At Bransby Horses, we believe that every horse
deserves a life free from cruelty and pain, and
we are looking for like-minded and dedicated
individuals who share this vision. Could you be
our next Equine Welfare Assistant?
Due to ongoing employee development, we currently
have numerous opportunities available on a full-time,
permanent and temporary basis for horse
Who are Bransby Horses?
As one of the UK’s largest equine charities, we are
recognised nationally for our welfare, rescue, rehabilitation
and rehoming work with horses, ponies, donkeys and
Our Bransby site just north of Lincoln is open to the public
all year round with walkways for visitors to explore, a Café,
Gift Shop, play park and picnic area.
So what does it take to become an Equine Welfare
Assistant at Bransby Horses?
As an Equine Welfare Assistant you will work on one of our
seven specialist yards providing all aspects of daily care
with plenty of chances to be hands-on with our horses. We
have over 300 horses across our two sites in Lincolnshire
so you won’t be short of four-legged friends.
We’re looking for compassionate individuals who will show
our equines TLC. You won’t be afraid to get stuck in or
muck out; have good physical fitness and will be happy
working outdoors whatever the weather. You must also
have your Level 2 in Equine Studies and at least one years’
practical experience as a minimum.
And what’s in it for you?
This is your chance to make a real difference in a truly
rewarding role. It gives you the chance to work with
friendly, like-minded individuals who always put horses first
and are dedicated to providing the best possible care.
In addition, we offer competitive rates of pay, an incredible
benefits package and regular opportunities for you to
develop and progress internally.
Our comprehensive training programme is designed
to upskill and empower you while our dedicated buddy
system ensures you quickly feel part of the herd. Plus, you
will get every other weekend off.
So what’s next?
Visit our website at BransbyHorses.co.uk/jobs and take
a look at the job description for more information about
the role. You can then apply using our dedicated online
application form. Please indicate any dates
you are unavailable to attend interview.
If you are invited for an interview
you will be required to complete
a morning on the yard to
demonstrate your equine skills,
followed by a formal interview
to assess your suitability for
There is no closing date
for this vacancy