We have an opportunity to work in the yard office as a receptionist. The role we are looking for now is to cover Wednesday and holidays/ sickness.
We have an opportunity to work in the yard office as a receptionist. It is a busy forward facing role so not for the feint hearted! We have a team of three receptionists who, together, cover all 7 days of the week. The role we are looking for now is to cover Wednesdays and to supply cover when other receptionists are on holiday or off sick. It is a full time role – 8 hours – starting at 9am and finishing at 6pm.
You will be the first to greet clients when they arrive for lessons so you need to be able to deal with the general public. You will help them choose a hat, if they don’t have one then introduce them to their instructor, and make any future bookings they want.
A key role is booking people in for lessons and taking payment when they call, email or in person.
As they finish their lesson you will seek them out to make the next booking, i.e. the role is proactive and you must be confident you can do this.
Additional to lesson booking you will undertake various other administrative duties. You must be outgoing, comfortable working with the public and happy to be busy. You also need to be computer literate, specifically fluent with Excel, Word and emails (Outlook).
We pay a competitive salary and you will get 5.6 weeks paid holiday.
Call or email now – email@example.com or 01344-884992 and ask for Tim, Maz or Rosie.
This is a great career opportunity to join the instructor team at the Berkshire Riding Centre.
You would have a minimum of your PTT and we would support you with both funds and instruction in achieving your nest step(s) up the ladder.
You would work a 5 day week including both weekend days. Whilst your main role would be teaching both, children and adults, like all staff you would support morning stables and other horse care work when not giving lessons. From a qualification point of view you will at least have your PTT, or your BHSAI. In return you will receive a competitive salary based on your experience and qualifications, 28 days paid holiday and support with your on going development. On site accommodation available.
We also take your development seriously and will support you financially with exams and ensure you get the training you need – as a BHS Where to Train Centre we are in a good position to deliver this to you.
If this opportunity sounds like something that may interest you, then send your CV now to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fill out your details and send them to us, and we’ll keep you on file and contact you should a job come up that requires your skillset.CONTACT US
We are a BHS approved Where to Train Centre and Rosie is qualified to deliver BHS training and NVQ training. Over the years we have helped employees get their BHS qualification from Stage I to BHSI.
We frequently work with staff who have a good level of qualification but want to go to the next step, whether it be BHSAI, BHSII or BHSI. To help our staff get there we offer subsidised training (normally the Centre will pay 50% of fees), and bring in outside instructors to help.
We also can help staff achieve apprenticeship qualifications:
Child protection and first aid courses are delivered regionally in co-ordination with the BHS.
Many employees have moved on to important roles in the horse world both in the UK and abroad having been trained at the Berkshire Riding Centre Ltd.
We offer 12 month apprenticeships leading to stage 2 NVQ qualifications. If you are interested in this contact us.