NZTBA Industry Employment Exchange
Latest Update 18 March 2013
How it Works:
Job-seekers' requests for work in New Zealand are posted on the first, WORK OFFERED column below.
Studs and other prospective employers will be regularly reminded by email about the Employment Exchange and the latest listings.
Listings offering work in New Zealand are posted on the second, WORK WANTED column below.
Please read the following notes for more information.
NOTES FOR JOB-SEEKERS & PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYERS
If you are looking for work in the New Zealand thoroughbred breeding industry
or wish to offer stud work to New Zealanders please contact Sally Cassels-Brown
For further information and links to employment in the equine industry both in New Zealand and internationally click here
|If you have work available in the equine industry in NZ contact the NZTBA on firstname.lastname@example.org to list the situation available here
If you want to work in the Equine Industry in NZ contact the NZTBA on email@example.com to list your details
STUD FARM POSITION
A position exists at our Hamilton based Stud Farm for a person seeking a career in the Thoroughbred industry.
The applicant should have a good background in horses but most importantly have an eagerness to learn and develop their horse skills. You must be fit and reliable and be prepared to join a team that possesses a complete commitment and passion for their work.
Good wages and working conditions are offered.
Please apply in writing with your CV to:
247 Gillard Road
R D 2
| Listed 25 September 2012
STUD WORK WANTED
Hello, my name is Claire Pooley. I am 27 years old and currently staying in Auckland, i am from the UK and plan to stay in New Zealand until March 2013.
I am currently looking for work with horses, preferably stud work or grooming.
Back home in the UK I used to work with horses, my first role was with a horse transport company, as well as all yard duties and some rehabilitation.
After that I was a yard person for a thoroughbred yard, this just included general stable duties.
I owned my own horse, a thoroughbred mare, back in the UK up until June this year, i have been around horses since the age of 12.
I am used to handling all kinds of horses from young stock to older horses, all different breeds.
I have a first diploma in Horse Care from The College of West anglia, Milton, Cambridgeshire, England. I also have my british horse society stage one in horse care.
I am an eager and enthusiastic team player, willing to take on any role and very keen to work with horses whilst here in New Zealand.
Please contact me if you may have a role to suit me.
Email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're seeking work:
Name, qualifications, summary of industry experience,
preferred type, term and location of work
CV (if available) & referees
This information will be posted on this web page, in the Work Wanted table.
If you're offering work:
Name & location of stud or farm, description of work offered,
proposed term of employment,
special conditions/incentives offered
Details of the work offered will be posted on this web page, in the
Work Offered table. Inquiries may be directed to the employer or
to the NZTBA which will forward replies to the prospective employer.
Please note that sending this information to the NZTBA will be deemed
to constitute your authority to publish all information supplied
by you on the NZTBA website.
Please note further:
The Exchange is offered as a free service primarily to support New Zealand thoroughbred studs, breeders and employees, and is designed to handle the regular inquiries we receive in an efficient and fair manner. Information provided is as supplied by studs & prospective employees.
The NZTBA can act only to put prospective employees and employers in contact with each other. We do not provide advice on employment agreements or immigration matters. A guide to various sources of information about visiting & working in New Zealand can be found on the NZ Government website.
The NZTBA accepts no responsibility for the outcome of individual placements.