Posting DetailsOpen Date09/09/2020Close Date09/23/2020Classification TitleBarn ManagerDivisionCollege of Arts & SciencesDepartmentAthletics - Equestrian CenterFLSA StatusNon-Exempt HourlyCareer/Pay BandNE7Work ScheduleFull YearIf Other, specify monthsFull Time vs Part TimeFull TimeAppointmentRegularIf Term, specify number of yearsPrimary Function
Responsible for the care, maintenance, and operation of farm equipment as well as to collaborate with Equestrian Director regarding barn management operations including, but not limited to, facility upkeep and cleanliness, care of pastures and paddocks, and basic horse care.Typical Duties & Responsibilities
•Ensure cleanliness of barn and stalls.
•Adhere to services provided to boarders for all horses on the property.
•Operate farm equipment and perform repairs when necessary.
•Collaborate with domain manager and equestrian director on best practices for pasture and paddock care.
•Perform tasks for maintenance of barn grounds when necessary.
•Responsible for basic daily care of school and boarder horses, as advised by the Equestrian Director; including feeding, providing water, turning in and out.
High school diploma equivalent combination of education and experienceExperience
3-4 years related experienceJob Related Skills
Operate farm equipmentLicenses/Certification
Valid Driver’s LicenseStudent Contact
Frequent; assisting visitors, answering questions, resolving problemsInternal
Frequent; assisting visitors, answering questions, resolving problemsExternal
Periodic; assisting visitors, answering questions, resolving problems; interacting with vendors and contractors;Supervision ReceivedThis position receives general supervision. Broad instructions are provided and the staff member uses judgment and experience to carry out assignments. Completed assignments and finished products are reviewed by supervisor after completion.Positions Directly SupervisedPositions Indirectly Supervised
Assistant Barn Manager
Budget and salary informationWorking Environment
Work is generally completed outside.Physical RequirementsMust be able to stand for extended periods of time, Must be able to walk for extended periods of time, Must be able to climb (many stairs, ladders), Must be able to crawl and or kneel, Must be able to push and/or pull objects, Must be able to navigate steep and rough terrain, Must be able to use feet for repetitive tasks, Must be able to use hands for repetitive tasks, Must be able to lift between 51-100 pounds (Heavy work), Must be able to carry between 51-100 pounds (Heavy work)Any additional requirements specific to this positionUniversity Information
The University of the South comprises a well-regarded College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and a distinguished School of Theology. It is an institution of the Episcopal Church that welcomes individuals of all backgrounds. The University is located on a striking, 13,000-acre campus on Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau.EEO Statement
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