Student in Science Computer: looking for the increment of technology on the area of horses.
In search of more opportunities in another place which I feel is better for my growing. Able to pass through difficult situations and never give up. As I am right now.. Trying to apply onto a job I love: Dealing with horses!
Languages: Portuguese, English and Spanish (Medium).
Dealing with well behaved and difficult horses is quite normal for me and my family. The work I do: Is from feeding, caring for health problems, reporting any events on the farm, riding, selling/buying animals and much more.
My job on our farm is "simple" but at the same time, totally commited at it.
I'm quite accostumated with dealing with horses, cattle, pigs, chickens and sheeps.
Most of those animals (above) aren't required on this equine area that I'm trying to apply but it may help somehow. I've seen many types of the health problems and normally I would care of them (medicating); The way to care for different types of animals; The way of feeding; Regular schedules for each one of them; Various types of temperament I saw; Maybe it's a good experience and can be applied on stables.
Good at working with groups of people and willing to show my ideas if necessary. Always trying to help all people around, but also able to think in a "business way". For example: thinking ahead on the chargers of something. If it's the better or not, looking for more ideas to resume it all and check the best choice. Tends to advice of things that are harder or not, but still, showing and making sure other people be more prepared instead of leaving an idea behind.
Willing to learn all possible. From dressage, jumping and others.
Brazilian style of riding and taming may be different somehow. We tend to tame a horse with "horsemanship" which I've been learning as well. Safety is important on our farm. We have horses that have been on races before but can have kids on their back and nothing bad would happen to the kid. Being well behaved does not make a horse slower, it just brings safety for all and joy to the horse.
As a soon newcomer to Canada, this section is still unknown for me. "Competition Details" could stand for Real Competition with other people with horses or stand for details of the person I can be at work.
Although, I'm tested daily in many type of works. Working on farm and studying at night. As said before, I'm willing to deal with any situation if necessary. Always being respectful to all (Including animals).
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to job interviews: 0
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to first days of job: 0
Number of Leaving without Notice: 0