Date of birth: 23/08/1989

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About Joanna

Newtown, Powys

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Last Updated: 12th January 2021 (15 days ago)

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First name: Joanna
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Date of Birth: 23/08/1989
Town/City: Newtown
County/State: Powys
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Current Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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CV Headline:

An enthusiastic hard working individual, who prides herself on being reliable, committed and punctual. Able to work as a member of a team or equally can be independent. Willing to undertake any training to enhance skill base. Organized and conscientious, pays attention to detail.

Job Type: Groom, Head Groom, Yard Manager, Rider, Work Rider, Secretarial / Administrative, Personal Assistant, Public Relations, Sales / Marketing
Type of yard looking to work on: Dressage, Showjumping, Eventing, Hunt, Livery, Riding School, Showing, Stud, Polo, Office, Other, National Hunt
Relevant Qualifications: BHS Stage 1, BHS Stage 2, Degree, Other
Relevant Experience:

NE showjumping: Freelance groom January 2020-September 2020
Competition and home groom
• Grooming at home and show Jumping competitions
• Exercising/hacking horses
• Veterinary assistance and care administered when needed
• Liaising with the manager about stock levels and routine plans

Douglas and Gordon: November 2019 – July 2020
Lettings Negotiator
• Responsible for applicant customer service
• Arranging viewings as required and establishing rapport with applicants
• Efficiently deal with landlord and tenant enquiries
• Manage paperwork efficiently and effectively to ensure tenants can move in on time
• Organise external parties to carry out work on properties
• Excellent customer service skills

O Equine, Hong Kong Jockey Club: March 2019-October 2019
Head Event Groom
• Grooming for the Hong Kong Jockey Club event horses at home along with national and international competition.
• Exercise of the event horses on a daily basis, including flat work, lunging and fast work.
• Meeting strict deadlines at high pressured competitions.
• Ensuring that eventing barn is maintained to a high standard with excellent organisational skills.
• Veterinary care administered, clipping, plaiting, bandaging and general stable duties.
• Liaising with Performance managers, Yard manager and Riders regarding horse updates.

HM the Queen, London: January 2015 – March 2019
Liveried helper
• Caring for and maintaining health and wellbeing of the horses, including but not limited to administering veterinary care, clipping, plaiting, bandaging (stable and exercise) and general grooming.
• Ensuring stables are clean and tidy for tourists, general harness cleaning including brush polish to a high standard.
• Role includes training, driving and riding the horses around central London for and on State Visits, Credentials and Investitures.

Myerscough College, Preston: August 2013 - January 2015
Equine Lecturer
• Writing lecture material for first, second and third year students.
• Keeping up to date records of student progress through summative and formative assessments.
• Course tutor and personal tutor for second year students.
• Sole module lecturer on equine biomechanics, equine biology, equine therapy, data handling, equestrian psychology, equine health and equine training and behaviour.
• Sole responsibility for marking and assessing students throughout the year.
• Liaising with other departments for collaborative work.

Potters yard, Newtown: January 2013 - August 2013
Stable hand
• Working with young stock, feeding, checking horse’s health and well-being turned out at pasture, general yard duties (mucking out, grooming, aiding the farrier with young stock, minor veterinary care).
• Reporting to Owner the progress of the youngstock.

Lluest Equine centre, Aberystwyth: December 2012 - January 2013 (Seasonal Work)
Groom
• Working with University horses.
• General grooming duties, mucking out stables daily, feeding and exercising horses.
• Delegating work to other seasonal workers.

Julian Graves, Aberystwyth: January 2010 – June 2012
Sales associate
• Sole charge of shop opening and closing promptly.
• Responsible for cash handling and paying in to the bank in a timely fashion.
• Ensuring shop floor was presentable and full of products.
• Providing customers with excellent customer service.

Aberystwyth University: November 2009 - December 2009
Annual fund caller
• Telephoning Alumni to raise funds for University projects

Lancashire Constabulary Mounted branch, Preston: January 2009 - September 2009
Casual Stable hand/Groom
• Grooming and preparing police horses for duty in Central Lancashire.

Power Sports Horses, Newtown: June 2009 - August 2009
Groom
• Exercising horses (hacking out), mucking out stables, feeding, lunging and attending shows when needed.
• Turn out for shows (plaiting, quarter marks, bandaging).
• General yard maintenance (driving small tractor, maintaining school surface)
• Turn out and home grooming of the Stallions

Vastre Veterinary centre, Newtown: March 2008 - June 2009
Trainee nurse
• Reception duties, administering advice to clients.
• Also monitoring post-operative patients, nursing in theatre and dispensing medicines.
• General nursing duties such as maintenance of operating equipment and sterilisation.
• General administration work, updating records, contacting insurance companies, meeting and greeting clients as they enter the reception.
• Registering new clients and offering packages provided by the Veterinary surgery

Current Role (Description):

ASRS - Qatar: September 2020-ongoing
Stable manager
• Responsible for managing a yard of over 140 horses
• Managing a team of 25 grooms and the farrier daily, including rota planning, holiday planning and disciplinary action
• Responsible for liaising with procurement to purchase supplies on bulk order
• Sole charge of administering veterinary care (IV injection, IM injection and first aid)
• Liaising with riding co-ordinator to implement training plans for the riding school horses
• Training and schooling horses
• Reporting to the Royal Family on progress of centre improvement
• KPI and report writing for the centre and individuals
• Assisting and teaching lessons to clients
• Member of the horse and facility improvement team
• Maintaining an excellent working relationship with livery clients, lease clients and riding school students

Accommodation Required? No
Own Your Own Horse? No
Do you have any pets? Yes

Job Type And Location Interested In

I am looking for a: Full-time role
Country I am looking to work in: United Kingdom
County (UK ONLY): Berkshire
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