Bring on the Hidden Valley Ranch!
Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary – Amado, AZ
Daily duties of the ranch worker include, but are not limited to, feeding and watering of 63 equines, daily dragging and stall mucking 2x/day, performing interventions such as de-worming and vaccination administration, maintaining animal records as well as equipment records, loading/moving equines as necessary, performing physical inspections to maintain equine health, assisting with hay/feed deliveries and able to manage volunteer workers.
Skills such as physical strength, stamina, organization, teamwork, critical thinking, the ability to follow instructions, and coordination needed.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
I don’t know how you managed to do it, but you’ve combined two awesome things—ranch dressing and horses!
I see the horse part here, but what the ranch part? I have so many ideas to “up” the ranch game, like:
A giant ranch fountain! We can dip chicken tenders and pizza in it all day long and invite people to come see our gigantic ranch fountain!
Our own brand of ranch! Call it Straight from the Horse’s Spout!
For The Love of White Creamy Stuff,
I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.