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Bryn Mawr Riding Camp Barn Manager 2019

Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18431
United States



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Date Posted: 01/02/2019 | Last Updated: 01/02/2019

Categories: Farm Office Staff, Instructor, Manager - general, Rider - english, Summer Camp, Working Student
Positions Available: Full Time, Temporary
Annual Salary Range: $0 - $4,999
Minimum Education Level: None
Horse Breeds Associated With This Job: Any Breed
Languages Required: English
Drivers license required? Yes
Commercial drivers license required? No
Own car required? No
Pets allowed? No
Non-smokers required? Yes
Live on site? Yes
Will pay to relocate? Yes
Height/Weight Specifications
(For riding positions only)
Height:   ft    in
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About The Facility
Bryn Mawr Riding Camp's facilities include a beautiful 50 acre farm that houses 30 horses, as well as a 12 stall barn on our main campus. Our accommodations include 42 stalls total, 5 outdoor riding arenas, an indoor arena, acres of trails, a cross country course, and several paddocks for turnout. Bryn Mawr Riding Camp is an all-girls sleepaway camp located in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Job Description
The Barn Manager’s main responsibility is to oversee and maintain the daily care of our 40 horses. This includes seeing that they all have adequate grooming, feed, water, and bedding on a daily basis. The barn manager will also keep careful farrier and medical records, and help to schedule appointments for each horse. They will see to each horse’s individual nutritional needs, and weight tape/make feed adjustments to keep them at a healthy weight. They will also keep track of any medications, and treat any injuries/lameness issues as needed. They will ensure that each horse has properly fitting and well maintained tack and equipment. The barn manager teaches lessons on a daily basis, and does night check 4 days per week.
Job Requirements
Must be currently enrolled in college or a college graduate. Must have 5+ years of horse experience and strong knowledge of horse care. Must have exceptional organizational skills. Preferably 21+, must be female.
Benefits
Leadership members will utilize and improve their skills in staff and stable management, as well as have an opportunity to ride and take lessons while employed.
Salary as well as housing, meals, and travel stipend are provided.
Description of Housing Provided
Leadership members will live in cabins with other members of camp leadership.
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