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Enjoy working close to home in the Equestrian Centre of an independent primary and secondary school located near Berwick. Crest Education comprises two Independent, Coeducational schools with over 1800 students, an Equestrian Centre and Environmental Centre at Clyde North. Hillcrest Christian College, established in 1981, operates from Early Learning to VCE levels. Rivercrest Christian College, which opened in 2014, has Early Learning to Year 6 students. The Ayr Hill Equestrian Centre caters for students from Year 5 at Hillcrest and Rivercrest. We invite applications from a suitably experienced Equestrian Trainer/Coach to work as part of the Equestrian teaching team and reporting to the Equestrian Centre Manager. The successful candidate will have the ability to deal directly with students who are participating in a range of programs – elective school subjects, after-school and holiday lessons, as well as extra-curricular competitions and events. You will use your outstanding skills to: Instruct students undertaking Equestrian electives during school hours.Instruct students undertaking the After School Riding Program and/or School Holiday ProgramAssist with allocating horse and rider combinations.Assist in schooling the herd as required. You are required to hold a relevant riding instructor qualification (minimum Equestrian Australia Introductory Coach or equivalent) and have the demonstrated adaptability to be an all-rounder in performing equestrian tasks. A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification would be an advantage, however not required, together with eligibility for Victorian Institute of Teaching Permission to Teach. Your strengths include the ability to multitask, communicate effectively and create strong professional relationships with the academic, administrative and property services staff. You will be flexible and prepared to work outside standard business hours when necessary. Specific key selection criteria on the role are included in the attached Position Description. This role is suited to a candidate who is:Available to work part timeAvailable for one week of each of the school holiday period to assist in the coaching of holiday programs, if required. Applicants must be able to demonstrate a genuine commitment to the Christian ethos of Crest Education. Crest Education is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College’s Code of Conduct and Child Safe Policy. Applicants are required to provide a valid Working With Children Check and will be subject to background checking in accordance with this policy. Applications will be considered as receipt.   Applications are now being accepted online. Applicants are required to complete the online application and supply a covering letter and CV. Applications should be addressed to Mrs Joanne Ball, Human Resources Manager. Alternatively, for further information, please call Joanne on 9707 7324. https://www.ayrhillequestrianpark.com/  Australia - VIC Melbourne - All locations Bayside & South Eastern Suburbs

Job Opportunity | Equestrian Trainer/Coach - Expression of Interest | Crest Education

Equestrian Trainer/Coach - Expression of Interest

  • Part time role for an energetic and competent riding instructor
  • Enjoy working in an industry that interests you

Enjoy working close to home in the Equestrian Centre of an independent primary and secondary school located near Berwick.

 

Crest Education comprises two Independent, Coeducational schools with over 1800 students, an Equestrian Centre and Environmental Centre at Clyde North. Hillcrest Christian College, established in 1981, operates from Early Learning to VCE levels. Rivercrest Christian College, which opened in 2014, has Early Learning to Year 6 students. The Ayr Hill Equestrian Centre caters for students from Year 5 at Hillcrest and Rivercrest.

 

We invite applications from a suitably experienced Equestrian Trainer/Coach to work as part of the Equestrian teaching team and reporting to the Equestrian Centre Manager.

 

The successful candidate will have the ability to deal directly with students who are participating in a range of programs – elective school subjects, after-school and holiday lessons, as well as extra-curricular competitions and events.

 

You will use your outstanding skills to:

 

  • Instruct students undertaking Equestrian electives during school hours.
  • Instruct students undertaking the After School Riding Program and/or School Holiday Program
  • Assist with allocating horse and rider combinations.
  • Assist in schooling the herd as required.

 

You are required to hold a relevant riding instructor qualification (minimum Equestrian Australia Introductory Coach or equivalent) and have the demonstrated adaptability to be an all-rounder in performing equestrian tasks.

 

A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification would be an advantage, however not required, together with eligibility for Victorian Institute of Teaching Permission to Teach.

 

Your strengths include the ability to multitask, communicate effectively and create strong professional relationships with the academic, administrative and property services staff. You will be flexible and prepared to work outside standard business hours when necessary.

 

Specific key selection criteria on the role are included in the attached Position Description.

 

This role is suited to a candidate who is:

  • Available to work part time
  • Available for one week of each of the school holiday period to assist in the coaching of holiday programs, if required.

 

Applicants must be able to demonstrate a genuine commitment to the Christian ethos of Crest Education.

 

Crest Education is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College’s Code of Conduct and Child Safe Policy. Applicants are required to provide a valid Working With Children Check and will be subject to background checking in accordance with this policy.

 

Applications will be considered as receipt. 

 

Applications are now being accepted online.

 

Applicants are required to complete the online application and supply a covering letter and CV.

 

Applications should be addressed to Mrs Joanne Ball, Human Resources Manager.

 

Alternatively, for further information, please call Joanne on 9707 7324.

 

https://www.ayrhillequestrianpark.com/

 

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