Blocker Hand Job Description Sample
Blocker & Bracer (29010) - Part-Time
The Blocker and Bracer secures cargo in or aboard cargo carriers such as trucks, vans, trailers, railroad cars, sea vans, barges and ships to prevent damage during its transportation, determines appropriate lumber size and kind and prepares the lumber required for braces, chocks, blocks, beams, planking, cribbing, skids, cradles, saddles, etc., using hand and power tools.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Tasks include providing technical advice for the positioning and securing equipment on cars; and blocking, bracing, and the tying-down of equipment, and perform final inspection of carrier's equipment with the carrier representative. This worker nails, spikes, bolts, or fastens with wood screws or lag screws supporting and bracing fixtures to secure cargo items, constructs weatherproof shelters over some types of deck loads, guys, lashes and binds heavy equipment to pad eyes, rings, eyelets, hooks, stanchions, cleats, or other supporting fixtures using chains, ropes, cable, wires or metal straps. This worker constructs temporary trestles, decking, bulkheads, cribbing and sheathing, and cuts dunnage to support, stiffen, or separate bulky or heavy cargo.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Resourcefulness, initiative and skill to function in a fast-paced environment
Attention to detail in goal/task accomplishment with minimal supervision
Professionalism and the ability to interact effectively with others
Ability to meet planned and unscheduled deadlines in a timely manner
Minimum Job Requirements:
High School/GED, Military technical training/formal apprenticeship/trade school desired with 3 years of experience in this field.
Blocker And Bracer - Direct Hire Authority
Help Duties Summary
The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win...in air, space and cyberspace. To achieve that mission, the Air Force has a vision of Global Vigilance, Reach and Power.
That vision orbits around three core competencies: Developing Airmen, Technology-to-Warfighting and Integrating Operations. Core competencies and distinctive capabilities are based on a shared commitment to three core values -- integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.
This is a Public Notice for positions being filled under the Direct Hiring Authority (DHA) for Domestic Defense Industrial Base Facilities and Major Range and Test Facilities Base, NDAA 1125 (a) and (c). Positions may be filled as permanent, temporary or term with a full-time or part-time work schedule. Pay will vary by grade level and geographic location.
Under this recruitment procedure applications will be accepted for each location/ installation identified in this Public Notice and selections are made for vacancies as they occur. There may or may not be actual/projected vacancies at the time you submit your application.
Please read this Public Notice in its entirety prior to submitting your application for consideration.
You are applying to a resume database, your resume and any documents submitted will be retained for six months and may be used at any time during this period. When a position is requested to be filled under the Direct Hire Authority, a list of applicants may be provided to management for review and possible selection.
You will not receive any notifications and your resume will not be reviewed for qualifications until a position is requested to be filled. This Public Notice may be used to fill positions in other equivalent pay systems. This public notice may be used to fill one or more vacancies at any time without notification.
Duties and responsibilities vary and may increase according to the grade level. This public notice may also be used to fill target grades (e.g. WG-08 Target WG-10).
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Federal Wage System (FWS) Salary Table for "Rest of US" (RUS) has been provided for your use and information. Salaries may vary dependent upon grade level and location selected. Please refer to the Salary Table link for more information: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/salaries-wages/
Link to FWS Qualifications for additional information:
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
Who May Apply This job is open to… This public notice is to gather applications that may or may not result in a referral or selection.
Questions? This job is open to 1 group.
Job family (Series)
4602 Blocking And Bracing
Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
U.S. Citizenship is required
Males must be registered for Selective Service, see www.sss.gov
Total salary varies depending on location of position
PCS expenses if authorized will be paid IAW JTR and Air Force Regulations
Recruitment incentives may be authorized
This posn is subject to provisions of the DoD Priority Placement Program
Conditions of employment:
1.) Some positions may be deemed drug testing designated positions and require participation in random drug testing.
2.) Incumbent may be subject to pre-employment drug testing as a condition of employment, and participation in random drug testing.
3.) Appointment may be contingent upon passing a physical examination.
4.) Incumbent may be required to obtain and maintain appropriate background investigation or security clearance.
5.) May be required to drive a motor vehicle. A valid driver's license may be required for the position.
6.) Employee may be required to work other than normal duty hours, to include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays.
7.) Shift work and emergency overtime may be required.
8.) Employee must maintain current certifications depending on series.
9.) PCS or moving costs may be paid for approved positions, dependent upon Organizational needs and authorization.
10.) Recruitment incentives or bonuses may be available for approved positions.
There may be additional conditions and/or requirements as determined by the position being filled.
EXPERIENCE: Applicants will be rated in accordance with the OPM Qualification Standards; for additional information refer to the General Schedule (GS) qualifications link above. Position requirements vary dependent upon the specific series and grade, you must meet any minimum experience or training requirements per OPM qualifications standards and show through experience and/or training that you possess the quality level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to perform the duties of the position at the level for which applying.
PART-TIME OR UNPAID EXPERIENCE: Credit will be given for appropriate unpaid and or part-time work. You must clearly identify the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the total number of hours per week.
VOLUNTEER WORK EXPERIENCE: Refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service Programs (i.e., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student and social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge and skills that can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
IF USING EDUCATION TO QUALIFY: You MUST provide transcripts to support your educational claims.
Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
FOREIGN EDUCATION: Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the requirements.
You must show proof the education credentials have been deemed to be at least equivalent to that gained in conventional U.S. education program. It is your responsibility to provide such evidence when applying.
Preschool Literacy Tutor - Educator Corps - Hand In Hand Preschool
A Preschool Literacy Tutor – Educator Corps is a current employee (classroom teacher, para or aid) of the service site where they serve. The tutor serves in a classroom of children ages 3 – 5 to develop children's early literacy skills in preparation for kindergarten. Tutors are trained in research-based early literacy strategies and collaborate with the classroom teaching staff to enhance daily literacy opportunities and conduct literacy assessments to increase the number of children on target with early reading predictors. This is an AmeriCorps service member position with the AmeriCorps program, Minnesota Reading Corps.
Early Literacy Instruction and Assessment
Provide intentional, meaningful and fun literacy instruction during all parts of the day to improve the early literacy skills of children ages 3 – 5, specifically focusing on the "Big Five Emergent Literacy Skills" that give children the opportunity to talk, read, write and play every day.
Write a theme related lesson plan each week that reflects daily talking, reading and writing with children.
Plan and facilitate small group literacy instruction as part of the daily routine.
Enhance the classroom literacy environment, as described in the Early Literacy and Language Classroom Observation (ELLCO), to achieve a "Basic" or "Better" score on the ELLCO by spring.
Implement elements of the Literacy and Math Rich Schedule, including greeting children at arrival, helping children write their name at sign-in, having "Strive for 5" mealtime conversations, writing a daily message, conducting a Repeated Read Aloud, journaling, enhancing literacy during choice time, leading one-on-one and/or small group targeted interventions daily for at-risk children, and leading "Big 5" transitions.
Provide targeted early literacy support to a minimum of 5-7 children daily in a one-on-one and/or small group setting using scripted early literacy interventions; achieve a high degree of fidelity to the scripted interventions.
Assess, with high level of accuracy, child outcomes and progress using tri-annual benchmark assessments and ongoing progress monitoring assessments.
Identify students who qualify for targeted one-on-one and/or small group Minnesota Reading Corps tutoring services based on assessment data and direction from the Internal Coach and Master Coach.
Record student and program data completely and accurately in an online database on a weekly basis; maintain confidentiality of all student data.
Participate in on-site coaching sessions (includes observation of tutor) two times per month to review student progress, plan, problem-solve and set goals; act on constructive feedback from coaching sessions.
Provide opportunities for family literacy involvement for Reading Corps children, including implementing the Reading Corps family literacy intervention - Talk, Read and Write with Me!
Communicate and interact with students in an age and developmentally appropriate way.
Act on constructive feedback provided by Internal and Master Coach and Program Staff.
Build professional relationships and communicate regularly with classroom teachers, Internal Coach, and the Master Coach regarding student schedules, interventions, student progress, etc.
Communicate effectively with Reading Corps staff and site personnel.
Regular, timely attendance during school hours Monday-Friday, along with before/after school hours as scheduled.
Commitment to the entire term(s) of service, including making regular and adequate progress toward the minimum total service hours required by the Member Service Agreement.
Attend all required Reading Corps sponsored training sessions, meetings, and coaching sessions, including Member Meet Ups (when applicable); travel as necessary.
Support the preschool classroom as assigned by Internal Coach, Master Coach, or Program Manager.
Represent Reading Corps at site-sponsored activities, meetings, and other activities (e.g., family night) and provide education about Reading Corps and general literacy awareness.
Actively participate in service projects and commemorating days such as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (as applicable). These may include evening and/or weekend hours.
Be an ambassador of our program by submitting Great Stories and participating in outreach activities.
Must be 18 years of age or older by your start date.
Must have at least a high school diploma or recognized equivalent by your start date.
Must be either a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States.
Must pass mandatory pre-service background checks.
Must not have served 4 or more prior terms of service with AmeriCorps State or National.
Must be employed by a Minnesota Reading Corps service site as a teacher, para or classroom aid.
Speak, read, and write English fluently.
Interest in education, specifically helping young children develop early language and literacy skills.
Dedication to community service.
Basic computer skills, including the ability to navigate online systems and email.
Energetic, results-oriented, student-focused style.
Strong planning and time-management skills.
Strong capacity to be flexible and adaptable to varied circumstances, paired with a conscientious commitment to adhere to the Reading Corps tutoring model with fidelity.
Ability to accept and incorporate constructive feedback from coaches and program staff.
Ability to work with diverse personalities.
Ability to adapt to a sometimes challenging and high-pressure environment.
Strong personal standards of excellence, ethics, and integrity.
Reading Corps will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant based on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, age, or any other category protected by law.
Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. This document is available in alternative formats.
Reading Tutor - Hand In Hand Preschool
OverviewThe Preschool Literacy Tutor is embedded into a classroom of children ages 3 – 5 to develop children's early literacy skills in preparation for Kindergarten, serving alongside a teacher. Tutors are trained in research-based early literacy strategies and collaborate with the classroom teaching staff to enhance daily literacy opportunities and conduct literacy assessments to increase the number of children on target with early reading predictors.
This is an AmeriCorps service member position with the AmeriCorps program, Minnesota Reading Corps. ResponsibilitiesEarly Literacy Instruction and Assessment Provide intentional, meaningful and fun literacy instruction during all parts of the day to improve early literacy skills, specifically focusing on skills that give children the opportunity to talk, read, write, and play. Implement elements of the Literacy and Math Rich Schedule, including greeting children at arrival, helping children write their name at sign-in, having "Strive for 5" mealtime conversations, writing a daily message, journaling, enhancing literacy during choice time, and leading literacy-rich transitions.
Provide targeted early literacy support to a minimum of 5-7 children daily in a one-on-one and/or small group setting using scripted early literacy interventions; achieve a high degree of fidelity to the scripted interventions. Assess, with high level of accuracy, child outcomes and progress using tri-annual benchmark assessments and ongoing progress monitoring assessments. Identify students who qualify for targeted one-on-one and/or small group Reading Corps tutoring services based on assessment data with direction from the Internal Coach and Master Coach.
Enhance the classroom literacy environment, as described in the Early Literacy and Language Classroom Observation (ELLCO), to support the classroom in achieving a "Basic" or better score on the ELLCO by spring. Record student and program data completely and accurately in an online database on a weekly basis; maintain confidentiality of all student data. Participate in on-site coaching sessions (includes observation of tutor) two times per month to review student progress, plan, problem-solve, and set goals; act on constructive feedback from coaching sessions.
Provide opportunities for family literacy involvement for Reading Corps children, including implementing the Reading Corps family engagement literacy intervention – "Talk, Read and Write with Me!" Communication Communicate and interact with students in an age and developmentally appropriate way. Communicate regularly and effectively with Internal Coach, Master Coach, Reading Corps staff, classroom teacher(s), and site personnel. Attendance Demonstrate regular, timely attendance and adherence to hours as scheduled.
Commit to service for the full service term(s), serving the total commitment of hours within the term(s). Attend all required Reading Corps sponsored training sessions, meetings, and coaching sessions, including Member Meet Ups (when applicable); travel as necessary. Secondary Functions Perform assignments and/or duties as assigned by Internal Coach, Master Coach, or Program Manager, excluding activities that would displace a staff member. Represent Reading Corps at site-sponsored activities (e.g., family night) and provide education about Reading Corps and general literacy awareness.
Actively participate in service projects and commemorating days such as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (as applicable). These may include evening and/or weekend hours. Be an ambassador of the program by submitting Great Stories and participating in outreach activities.
QualificationsMust be 18 years of age or older by your start date. Must have at least a high school diploma or a GED by your start date. Must be either a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States.
Must pass mandatory Reading Corps background checks. Must not have served 4 or more prior terms of service with AmeriCorps State or National. Speak, read, and write English fluently.
Interest in education, specifically helping young children develop early language and literacy skills. Dedication to community service. Basic computer skills, including the ability to navigate online systems and email.
Energetic, results-oriented, student-focused style. Strong planning and time-management skills. Strong capacity to be flexible and adaptable to varied circumstances, paired with a conscientious commitment to adhere to the Reading Corps tutoring model with fidelity.
Consistent follow-through. Ability to accept and incorporate constructive feedback from coaches and program staff. Ability to work with diverse personalities.
Ability to adapt to a sometimes challenging and high-pressure environment. Strong personal standards of excellence, ethics, and integrity. Preferred: College degree or equivalent work experience.
Reading Corps will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant based on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, age, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. This document is available in alternative formats.
Hand Solderer I
Hand Solder I with our Manufacturing Production Team
Location: Rochester, MN
The Hand Solder I is responsible for properly hand soldering and/or using solder machines to locate components onto electronic assemblies.
This is a 1st shift position working Monday-Thursday from 6:00am. - 4:00 p.m.
Essential Functions and Competencies
Ability to read, write and perform basic math functions
Basic computer knowledge
Ability to successfully complete General Production Procedures Training
Ability to successfully complete hand solder Certification requirements
Ability to read and understand schematic drawings, process and manufacturing instructions
Demonstrate strong component recognition skills
Ability to work both independently and in a team setting
Demonstrate accuracy and attention to detail
Ability to work overtime as needed
Ability to cross-train to operate the varied solder equipment
Qualifications / Education / Experience
Print Dispatch List and determine which product takes priority based on the defined production guidelines
Obtain appropriate paperwork and necessary drawings for each job assignment and verify the paperwork has the correct effective date
Obtain and verify parts and materials from kits for current job assignment
Hand solder electronic components on boards per documented instructions and schematic drawings,inspects solder connections and clips excess leads as needed
Perform solder potting activities and dispose of contaminated materials per procedure and documented instructions
Route completed boards to the next facility for operation per manufacturing order
Perform wire add operations when required
Scan completed boards into PFS system
Perform "Report Operations Complete" Transactions in automated computer system
Use manufacturing routings and process instructions under minimal supervision
Perform record keeping and complete paperwork associated with job assignments
Maintain a clean work area and follow all safety and ESD practices
Perform data entry for labor and work in progress (WIP) tracking
Report daily throughput quantities to the Team Leader
All employees are responsible for the Quality of their work to ensure BEI meets, or exceeds Customer Satisfaction.
High School Diploma or GED
As a Hand Therapist you will evaluate and treat patients with hand/wrist/elbow injuries using physical, chemical and mechanical means in accordance with written and signed prescription and/or referral of a state licensed physician or authorized practitioner and maintain complete medical records for each patient.
Administers direct patient care in accordance with the written and signed prescription of the referring physician or other State authorized practitioner.
Designs and implements a treatment plan that best meets the needs of the patient and works toward achieving established goals.
Develops and implements treatment plans to improve gross and fine motor coordination, movement and function of upper extremities.
Fabricates custom splint/orthosis, as required/prescribed.
Facilitates the use of Durable Medical Equipment (DME) and instructs patient in use and protocols for dealing with malfunction of same. Makes appropriate recommendations for follow-up care upon discharge
Instructs patient and caregivers in daily living skills including, but not limited to: dressing, feeding and household activities in order to promote a more independent and self-sufficient level of functioning.
Observes patient tolerance and/or status during treatment and modifies treatment program, as needed.
Responds to established department emergency procedures for patient safety and care, when necessary.
Follows all documentation guidelines and submits required documentation in accordance with the policies and procedures of the department.
Participates in quality improvement chart reviews and activities.
Attends family meetings/conferences and interacts with members of the inter-disciplinary team pertaining to the welfare and management of assigned patients.
Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy or Occupational Therapy, required. Master's Degree, preferred.
Current license as a Physical Therapist or Occupational Therapist in New York State
Certified Hand Therapist (CHT), strongly preferred.
Armed Security Officer - Must Have Commission Card In Hand And Valid Drivers License
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. Allied Universal, North America's leading security services provider, is experiencing tremendous growth. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental, vision, flex spending, 401K, an anniversary bonus, and an on-the-spot recognition program. We promote from within our company! You can start with little, to no, security experience and become one of Allied Universal's many success stories.
Apply to join the LARGEST SECURITY COMPANY in the United States!
The Professional Security Officer is the heart of Allied Universal Services. Our officers allow us to accomplish our company's core purpose which is "to serve, secure and care for the people and businesses in our communities". They are responsible for the safety and security of the facilities they protect. The armed security officer is a deterrent to criminal activity by remaining visible and presenting a neat and professional appearance in properly worn uniform and associated equipment.
The Armed Security Officer may be asked to perform many essential functions at the facility where they work, although not an exhaustive list, these are a few of them:
Ensures the facility is provided with high quality security services to protect people and property
Maintains proficiency in the use of all assigned protective equipment, restraint devices and weapons
Preserves order and acts to enforce regulations and directives for the site pertaining to personnel, visitors, and premises
Builds, improves and maintains effective relationships with both client employees and guests
Greets guests and employees in a cheerful and welcoming manner
Answers questions and assists guests and employees
Patrols the facility on foot or in a vehicle
Monitors closed circuit television systems and alarms
Reports safety concerns, security breaches and unusual circumstances both verbally and in writing
Handles security issues or emergency situations appropriately
Fully embraces security/safety training programs to enhance their ability to advance in their careers
Participates in industry specific security/safety training programs to offer our clients the best trained officers at their sites
Meets and continues to meet any applicable state, county and municipal licensing and permit requirements for Armed Security Officers and specific protective device and weapons qualifications
Works in environments and under conditions that require carrying authorized weapons and ammunition, the use of protective gear and devices, and awareness of personal safety and safety of others
Maintains awareness and familiarity with the site-specific operations performance manual and post orders
Physical and Mental Functions:
Stand or walk constantly (for up to an entire shift) on various surfaces (tile, concrete, carpet)
Climb stairs, ramps, or ladders occasionally during shift
Occasionally bend/twist at waist/knees/neck to perform various duties
Occasionally lift or carry up to 40 pounds
Run as needed
Constant use of both hands and arms in reaching/handling/grasping/fingering while using phone, notepad, writing reports, and other administrative tasks
Constant use of eyes (correctable vision to normal level required) to observe, read, interact with public and co-workers, view security monitors; includes hand/eye coordination
Work in various environments including adverse outdoor conditions such as cold, rain or heat;
Constant mental alertness and attention to detail required while setting priorities and following up on assignments
Qualified applicants for the Armed Professional Security Officer position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below:
High school diploma or equivalent required
At least 21 years of age
Must possess effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills with ability to deal with all levels of personnel and the general public in a professional and effective manner; must be able to use initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines
Must be able to frequently prepare written reports and logs in neat, legible handwriting; may require computer skills
Must be able to read and understand all operating procedures and instructions
Must be able to obtain a valid Guard License and Armed Guard License as required in the state for which you are applying
As a condition of employment, employee must successfully complete a background investigation and a post-offer/pre-employment drug/alcohol test
As a condition of continued employment, employee must maintain current active status of all required License at all times, and must carry the license at all times while on duty
Must display exceptional customer service and communication skills
Remain flexible to ever changing environments; adapt well to different situations
Intermediate computer skills to utilize innovative, wireless technology at client specific sites
Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard;
Neat and professional appearance
Ability to provide quality customer service
Ability to handle both common and crisis situations at the client site, calmly and efficiently
Read, understand and clearly speak English; constantly use speech and hearing (correctable to normal level required) in communicating with public/co-workers, giving and receiving instructions, using phones
Must be able to handle pressure of working with high volume general public (constantly to occasionally depending on assignment)
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. With over 140,000 employees, Allied Universal delivers high-quality, tailored solutions, which allows clients to focus on their core business. For more information: 866.825.5433 or www.AUS.com.
We proudly support the Veteran Jobs Mission, a group of over 200 companies that have committed to collectively hiring a total of one million military veterans.
EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Allied Universal Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
License # B15802
Perform wiring and soldering, including rework, wire bonding, precise rtv application, and soldering under a microscope. In addition, may perform assembly operations as assigned by the production supervisor.
Duties of this position may include:
Assemble electrical or electromechanical devices or components using a variety of hardware / tools
Operate a variety of equipment as needed to fulfill customer requirements
Understand and identify defects in accordance with applicable workmanship standard and class
Perform verification tests in accordance with assembly instructions
Rework and/or repair assemblies as required
Perform work with minimal supervision and instruction
Adhere to General Requirements of Team Members
Responsible for the proper handling and management of hazardous waste generated in their work area
Perform other assignments as required
Skills & Qualifications
HS Diploma / GED Required
Basic soldering skills
Ability to read and follow assembly instructions
Strong mechanical aptitude and dexterity
Strong math and measurement skills
High level of attention to detail and accuracy
Strong problem solving skills
2222 East Pensar Drive
Appleton, Wisconsin, 54911
Slick Line/E-Line Combo Hand
Warrior Energy Services is looking for a Slick-line/Electric-Line Combo Hand for our Harvey La. location. The applicant must have had previous experience with both Slick-Line and E-Line work, preferably in an offshore setting. The applicant must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be able to perform heavy physical labor, work many hours out in the elements during rain, snow, wind, extreme heat and cold.
Essential Functions of the Job:
Assist general operators in loading jobs and make sure all equipment is 100% to go on jobs
Cleaning and rebuilding tools in shop and service locations
Redressing Baker #20 and #10 setting tools with supervision
Assisting operator I and III with rig up and rig down of wire line equipment
Knowledge of tools used and how they are set up as per well site
Knowledge of crane signals
Knowledge of how to use a multi-meter to check tools
Assist in setting up lubricator and pressure control operations
Knowledge of all rules and regulations for explosives and DOT regulations
Communicate with level III operator as per job task
Identify hazards and address the issue with supervisors
The electric line operator will be required to assist Plug and Abandonment crew when not performing e-line operations
Stable Hand (Full Time*)
Pebble Beach Company
Stunningly situated on Californias Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach Resorts is renowned the world over as a legendary place. For almost a century, we have offered our rich tradition of unparalleled accommodations, warm hospitality, expert service and spectacular recreation. Come enjoy a truly incredible experience, all in one spectacular corner of the world.
Perform stall and corral cleaning and horse turnout duties. Assist Stable Foreman with maintenance work when needed. Basic English skills - ability to understand and communicate job related information.
Must have excellent horse handling skills
Basic knowledge of maintenance and simple tool use
High school diploma or equivalent
Ability to stand for long periods of time. Repetitive hand use.
Firm grasping required. Able to lift up to 50 pounds.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
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