Bachelor of Science: Animal Science & Technology The University of Rhode Island | December 2013
Activities: Equestrian Team Member. Compete in collegiate level horse shows. Help teammates with horses as a groom.
As an office manager consultant for a general contracting company, I ensure smooth operations and provide excellent customer experience. I prepare estimates , track job progress, keep records, and report necessary information to project supervisor.
Canterbury farm houses 13 horses of different breeds, backgrounds, professional skill, and temperaments. Review meal plans and prepare to the specific needs of each horse, including medicine and supplements. Ensure water buckets are fresh and full. Clean stalls of manure. Apply lime and new bedding as needed. Clear barn alley and common areas of debris. Stock feed, medications, medical supplies, and supplements. Observe behavior for signs of illness, discomfort, or injury. Safeguard safety of horses and riders alike
Sensitive and aware of body language and behavior of large animals. Operate small farm equipment. Organize and maintain barn supplies (i.e.) Feed, medications, medical supplies, and supplements, Keep records and notes on animals. Handle and lead animals to appropriate enclosures. Train and reward horses for good barn manners and behavior. Work in harsh climate conditions. Lift 50 Lbs. Muck stalls in a timely fashion
English flat work. My focus was caring for the horses. though training was a added bonus I enjoyed the husbandry aspect of my job more.
University of Rhode Island Equestrian Team Member. Compete in collegiate level horse shows. Help teammates with horses as a groom.
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