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Assistant Manager; 12- Month Paid Internship

Chazy, New York 12921
United States
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Date Posted: 01/04/2022 | Last Updated: 01/04/2022
Assistant Manager, Breeding Farm Assistant, Trainer - General, Working Student
Positions Available:
Full Time, Temporary
Annual Salary Range:
$20,000 - $24,999
Minimum Education Level:
Four Year Degree
Horse Breeds Associated With This Job:
Languages Required:
Drivers license required?
Commercial drivers license required?
Own car required?
Pets allowed?
Non-smoker required?
Live on site?
Will pay to relocate?
Height/Weight Specifications
(For riding positions only)
Height:   ft   in
Weight:   lbs
About The Facility
Historic educational and research farm in upstate NY. ~20 stall barn + full time pastures for ~30 Morgan horses used for internships and other educational purposes. Full breeding lab. Outdoor arena, trails, small indoor. Classrooms, offices and apartments on campus.
Job Description
Year-long equine internship is a rolling start 12-month position acting as assistant to the Equine Manager. All aspects of horse management, foaling out mares, breeding mares, stallion collection, instruction/management of summer interns.
Job Requirements
College graduate seeking a career in the equine industry. Confident horse handling skills, intermediate rider, ability to work independently. Valid Driver's license. Open minded to learning and joining the culture of positivity of Miner Institute.
Competitive salary, health insurance, clothing allowance, housing, meals when cafeteria is open, professional advancement opportunities.
Description of Housing Provided
Apartments for all interns (equine, dairy, research) are in duplexes on campus, approximately 1/2 mile from the farm. Each intern has his/her own bedroom with shared common areas. Included free: Wifi, washer/dryer, parking. Ability to bring a horse can be discussed.