Vacancy for a Working Pupil

Quob Stables is a professional, busy competition training and exam centre. We are currently looking for an enthusiastic working pupil to join our friendly team. To work 5 days over 7 to include some evening/weekend work. Minimum 30hrs with a maximum of 48 hrs work per week.  We offer 4 training sessions per week, all training provided plus a small wage and opportunity to compete for right applicant. Basic accommodation available if required.  To apply please email your CV to enquiries@quobstables.com

Vacancy for a Part Time Instructor

Quob Stables have a vacancy for a experienced, reliable part time instructor to join our busy riding school. You must be able to teach all ages and abilities including children as the centre runs a well attended Pony Club.To apply please email your CV to enquiries@quobstables.com

Vacancy for a Business Administration Apprentice

We have a vacancy for an enthusiastic Business Administration Apprentice at Quob Stables to help in the office and on Reception. The successful applicant would need to be comfortable around horses and happy to work weekends. To apply please email your CV to enquiries@quobstables.com

Vacancy for a Groom

 We are currently looking for an enthusiastic groom to join our friendly team. To work 5 days over 7 to include some evening/weekend work. Minimum 30hrs with a maximum of 48 hrs work per week.  Plaiting, gromming and trimming skills essential, but no teaching is required.  To apply please email your CV to enquiries@quobstables.com

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EXCITING VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES

Join other amazing young volunteers leading the way in equestrian sports. The Young Equestrian Leaders Award is designed to recognise the achievements of young volunteers aged 13-25 and provide the skills to create equestrian leaders of the future.

For more information, contact reception or visit www.yela.org.uk

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