Oakhurst has full-time and part-time openings

General Barn & Farm Labor
*Full-Time Year-Round! Looking for a member to join our permanent team! One weekend day (or more if desired) will be required. Four – five days per week.
*Full-Time Seasonal Looking for a Full-Time seasonal, Friday – Monday or Sat-Tues preferred, at least one weekend day will be required. Four- five days per week.
*Seasonal Weekend Position Available – Great student or seasonal extra income job opportunity! Weekend and occational other fill-in days! Two days per week.
Do you enjoy working hard and take pride in your work?! Do you stop and look at what you accomplished at the end of the day and get excited about what can be done tomorrow?!
Rare permanent opening at Oakhurst for people who are not afraid of HARD WORK, the Oregon rain, or 100 degrees when bringing in hay. The job is primarily cleaning stalls and feeding animals, turning out and bringing in horses, As time allows fixing fence, landscaping, general property maintenance, etc… MUST have horse experience. Pig and cow experience a plus.
Looking for dependability with attention to detail, hard workers and someone who can take initiative. Must be able to take directions and work in a team. We must be able to count on you to be here when you are scheduled to work – animals don’t take days off. Must be comfortable leading and handling horses. We are a professional and clean environment and expect only the best. (this is not a grooming or riding position)
Interviewing immediately!
***Contact Oakhurst with resume to include work history and horse experience**** Bonus points for cow, pig, landscaping or equipment maintenance experience.
Must be physically able to perform the duties of Farm and Agricultural labor. Must be willing to work weekends. This is NOT a riding or grooming position.
Starting $16 -18 /hr. Room to grow.
Holidays, PTO
No on-site living available
Must pass background check
This is a W2 job!
Hours per week: 20-50
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
Dependable — more reliable than spontaneous
Adaptable/flexible — enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction
Autonomous/Independent — enjoys working with little direction

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