Mil-Max Training Center is looking for a full-time barn manager to organize and care for a 26 stall barn. Duties will include, but not be limited to, AM/PM feeding, mucking stalls, general care and maintenance, organizing farrier and vet appointments, and ordering feed and shavings. Must have experience and references. This position can provide opportunities for a young would be trainer to learn skills and techniques from two of AQHA's best Professional Horsemen. Only those who feel that they are dedicated to the industry need apply. If hired, you would be caring for some of the best stock in the country, with purchase prices to match. The job demands someone willing to take on a great deal of responsibility, and more importantly, respects the amount of care these animals require.
Pays a weekly salary of $400+ and an off site apartment
Although it is not a requirement, knowledge of the horse show world would be very helpful, as this is all that we do. Basic first-aid skills, cleaning wounds, recognizing lamenesses, signs of sickness, colic, tying up, and the like are definitely required in order for us to leave someone in sole care of animals while we are away at shows for long periods. It is our obligation to see that our client's horses are well looked after.
Required Key Skills
The apartment, that we provide, is 1/2 mile off site in the small town of West Mansfield, Ohio. It is a very small little area approximately 20 minutes away from Bellefontaine, 28 minutes from Marysville, and about an hour from Columbus. It is a one occupant dwelling, and comes furnished, including television, washer and dryer, all new appliances, recently renovated. The occupant is responsible for utilities. On average, the water and electric run less than $100 per month combined.
Benefits include a weekly pay of $400 plus an off-site apartment.
Brent and Melissa Maxwell are AQHA Professional Horsemen who have been in the horse industry for over four decades. They specialize in training all-around horses and their riders in all events. Brent and Melissa have led many horse and rider teams to countless AQHA High-Point, World Show, and Congress Champions.