Instructor

YARD INSTRUCTOR (full-time) Initial Salary £25,750 rising to £30,000

Reporting to the Yard Manager, the person filling this role will become one of the School’s full-time Yard Instructors delivering training in both riding and yard work to young people entering the racing industry as stable staff.

A thorough knowledge of racing and experience of working in a racing yard is essential unless you are a qualified BHS instructor at Stage 3 or above. Ability to work with young people and good communication skills are also required. Previous instructional experience and a Level 3 Diploma in Racehorse Care and Management are desirable but not essential.  This role requires assessing and writing reports all of which are completed online so you should be familiar with basic IT systems. You will be required to work from 6am to 12 midday and again from 2pm to 5pm Monday to Friday, you will also work 1 weekend in every 4.

The British Racing School is an equal opportunities employer. We take the safeguarding of our trainees very seriously, the successful candidate will be required to provide 2 references, undergo a DBS check and all qualifications will be clarified with the awarding body.

Applications will only be accepted on a BRS application form which can be downloaded here,  BRS application form for employment this application should be returned to Carol.Bramhill@brs.org.uk no later than 16/08/2019 accompanied by a CV and cover letter.

 

 

Evening Diploma Tutor

A centre of excellence in training staff for the horseracing industry, the British Racing School has recently been judged Outstanding by OFSTED. We now require an additional Evening Diploma Tutor to deliver sessions in the theory of horse care in a classroom setting from approximately 6-7.30pm on some weekday evenings.

The position is based at the School in Newmarket and hours will vary from month to month depending on how many young people we have on site requiring tuition.

Candidates must have experience in working practically with horses, preferably racehorses. A teaching qualification is desirable but not essential along with good grades in both Maths and English. Experience in delivering apprenticeship programmes or working in a college environment would be beneficial.

The British Racing School is an equal opportunities employer. We take the safeguarding of our trainees very seriously, the successful candidate will be required to provide 2 references, undergo a DBS check and all qualifications will be clarified with the awarding body.

Applications will only be accepted on a BRS application form which can be downloaded here,  BRS application form for employment this application should be returned to Carol.Bramhill@brs.org.uk no later than 31/07/2019 accompanied by a CV and cover letter.

 

Assistant Instructor  – (Term Time Only)

A centre of excellence in training staff for the horseracing industry, the British Racing School has recently been judged Outstanding by OFSTED. We now require an Assistant Instructor to aid teaching of the flexible learning programme (FLP) for 14-16 year olds. This course runs during term time and school hours (9am to 3pm) on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.

There is the possibility of extra hours to assist with the delivery of pony racing training during school holidays should a candidate be interested

Candidates must have experience in working practically with racehorses. A teaching qualification and Level 3 Diploma in Racehorse Care are desirable but not essential. Experience in a riding school or working in a college environment would be beneficial.

The British Racing School is an equal opportunities employer. We take the safeguarding of our trainees very seriously, the successful candidate will be required to provide 2 references, undergo a DBS check and all qualifications will be clarified with the awarding body.

Applications will only be accepted on a BRS application form which can be downloaded here,  BRS application form for employment this application should be returned to Carol.Bramhill@brs.org.uk no later than 31/07/2019 accompanied by a CV and cover letter.