Full Horse Recruitment Package

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Full Horse Recruitment Package




This is a full-service horse recruitment package providing all your staffing needs. Time and money saved on fielding calls from jobseekers, reading resumes, interviewing and reference checking applicants can be better spent building your business or working your stud. It includes:

Placement of your job on our website and other prominent and popular horse related magazines in our general ads such as Horse Deals, The land, local papers, racing magazines etc.

All active jobseekers on our database will be notified of your vacant position. (Currently we have over 5000 registered jobseekers)

A link to your business’ website will be placed on our Links page for life. Alternatively your contact details will be listed if you don’t have a website.

Applicants will be screened and only suitable applicant’s details will be passed on to you.

Equine Staff will personally pre interview and reference check all applicants.

Your business and contact details will remain confidential. Equine Staff will handle all jobseeker enquiries relating to your vacant position.

You only pay a once off fee until your job is filled- no placement fee.

We guarantee staff so we will continue to recruit until we have found you suitable staff. If you fill the position through other advertising then we will give you 50% credit for your next staff.

We also offer a 3 month placement guarantee of staff.

Below are our service fees which are dependent on level of position.

Pack 1: Managers, Foreman, trainers, Veterinarians, Head Groom, Qualified Instructors level 2 plus, Administration Assistant, Accounts or Marketing staff.

$1690 per applicant.

Pack 2: Assistant Manager etc with more the 2 years of experience, Level 1 Qualified Instructors, Equine Vet Nurse, Foal Watchers, stud hands, stable hands or grooms with more then 3 years experience.

$1440 per applicant

Pack 3: Trainee riding instructor with experience giving lessons, Foal watchers, stud hands, stable hands or grooms with more the 1 to 3 years of experience.

$1190 per applicant


Horse recruitment agencies, also known as employment agencies or staffing agencies, are companies that specialize in matching job seekers with employers.

Equine Staff is an agency that acts as an intermediary, helping employers find suitable candidates for their job openings and assisting job seekers in finding employment opportunities.

Here are the steps involved when working with a horse recruitment agency:

  1. Research and select agencies: Start by researching recruitment agencies that specialize in your industry or the type of position you are seeking. Look for agencies with a good reputation, a track record of success, and positive client and candidate feedback. You can find agencies through online searches, industry directories, or personal recommendations.
  2. Submit your application: Visit the agency’s website or contact them directly to submit your application. This typically involves providing your resume, cover letter, and any other requested documents. Some agencies may also require you to complete an application form or provide additional information.
  3. Initial screening and assessment: The agency will review your application and may conduct an initial screening to assess your qualifications, skills, and experience. This could involve a phone interview, online assessments, or in-person meetings.
  4. Matching process: If you meet the agency’s criteria, they will work to match you with suitable job opportunities. They will consider your skills, experience, preferences, and the requirements of their client companies.
  5. Job placement: When the agency identifies a potential job match, they will coordinate interviews between you and the employer. If both parties are interested, the agency may facilitate further discussions, negotiations, and offer management.
  6. Follow-up and feedback: After you have been placed in a position, the agency will typically stay in touch to ensure a smooth transition. They may also request feedback from both you and the employer to assess the success of the placement.

It’s important to note that horse recruitment agencies may operate differently, so it’s a good idea to inquire about their specific process and any fees involved. In some cases, agencies charge employers a fee for finding suitable candidates, while others may charge job seekers a percentage of their first-year salary if they are successfully placed in a position.

Remember to maintain open communication with the agency throughout the process, provide any requested updates or information promptly, and be proactive in expressing your preferences and goals.

Complete the form or contact us to start working with Equine Staff Horse Recruitment Agency today.

Equine Staff Employment Services. We provide an effective ‘personal’ recruitment service which meets with individual client needs as well as a Job board Advertising Service for the Horse Industry.

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