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Ranch Manager Trainee

HERE'S OUR RANCH MANAGER AD IN ITS ENTIRETY:

HARD WORK, POOR PAY.  Alpaca Ranch Manager Trainee.  We have an opening for a man or woman with tenacity, honesty, patience, great work ethic, responsibility, integrity, some experience, morality and a desire to be a vital part of a growing operation with growing pains.  HERE'S WHAT WE NEED:  SKILLS: reading and writing and arithmetic, husbandry, mucking, woodcutting and splitting and stacking, fencing, welding, gardening, carpentry, concrete, sales/marketing, computer, butchering or meat cutting helpful, oilfield helpful, CDL or willingness to get one, ability to go from task to task easily, vision to see down the future, tractor and implement skills, great and positive ATTITUDE, team-worker, ability to train others, problem solving abilities, safety consciousness, and more.  TONS OF REFERENCES NEEDED (we will check every one of them thoroughly).  WHAT WE HAVE: Alpacas, goats, calves, chickens, garden, horse, dogs, mice and snakes (not intentionally), and cats.  WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU: AT FIRST: room (small trailer and utilities paid), board (three squares per day), SMALL monthly stipend, satisfaction of a job well done, training (where needed) and more.  LATER (EVENTUALLY): all the above PLUS house with appliances, farm vehicle, insurance, profit sharing, commissions, paid vacation, BIGGER stipend and much more.  There will be a 6 month and 1 year trial period for all of us.  WE ARE LOOKING for an "old school" (show us first) type hand who we can take care of for a LONG time, so commitment is absolutely necessary.  Some travel involved. This career isn't for just anyone.  It is for a certain person who looks to a bright future that includes hard work, our appreciation, real personal satisfaction and financial growth and, from time to time, a real PAIN IN THE NECK!         WE ARE a Christian pastor and wife team.  info@adobefarms.com.  Take a look at our operation.  THANK YOU for your interest.


Updated November 17, 2011