Luthersville, GA

What you'll be doing

A feeder will work as a caretaker when the equestrian director is off duty. Duties include bringing the animals in for daily feeding, turning the animals out after they have been fed in the barn, checking on water, throwing hay, cleaning stalls in the barn, maintaining general health of the horses, minor first aid as needed, and any other horse related duties assigned by the equestrian director. To care for horses when the equestrian director is off duty. Feeding, throwing hay, cleaning stalls, cleaning paddocks and arenas, first aid, tack needs etc., working with the other horseback staff and campers. To enforce and practice safety procedures and regulations at all times. To teach horse care as assigned. Carry out other responsibilities as designated by the equestrian director.

What your background should be

Ability to work both independently and with a team. Ability to work with and care for basic needs of a herd of 26+ horses. Ability to recognize and act in an equine emergency. good health and stamina necessary to work in the camp barn setting. Ability to lift and carry 50-75 lbs, ability to walk over rough terrain while leading a horse. Ability to drive the barn truck and throw hay. Ability to commit to a feeding schedule a month in advance, with reliable transportation.

Required Schooling / Training

High school diploma or equivalent.

Who is the client company

Serves girls and adult members in many counties in the greater metropolitan Atlanta area, northwest Georgia and Polk county.
If you are interested in this position, send your resume to apply@kochdavis.com