Prixview Data Journalist
Love horses? Want to get paid to attend horse shows? We're looking for someone like you.
As a member of our global journalist network, you'll get to attend Jumping competitions in your area. While you're there, you’ll report the live action back to us through our data collection software.
Prixview was founded by "horse people” who want to showcase the dynamic nature of Equestrian Jumping sport to broader audiences. That’s why we’ve built the software and team to capture Jumping sport data in real-time and synthesize it into reliable insights & analytics. Next, we’ll leverage our proprietary data and partnerships to create engaging fan experiences and be the first mover in bringing the global trend of fantasy & legal sports betting to Jumping.
This is an opportunity for exciting and fast-paced work in the equestrian space as an independent contractor. You will receive training in how to use Prixview software in order to provide the best analyses of the competition as possible, including:
- Entering pre-competition information (course plan, starting order)
- Logging faults, time and the other details of each round as they happen
- Providing post-round notes and competition reporting
- Flexible working hours
- Travel stipend to competitions
- Show Passes to all competitions covered.
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As the assistant barn manager, you will assist in daily facility operations as well as the hiring, training, and continued development of staff. Responsibilities include planning, assigning, and directing of work, providing feedback (including discipline of employees), and addressing and resolving complaints. The supervision of grooms is required at least two days every week, in the absence of the barn manager, and any other needed time. You are also responsible for organizing and overseeing care for all horses such as feeding, turnout, shoeing, grooming, haying and watering, monitoring their general health, and the administering of medications and supplements. The assistant barn manager oversees the overall appearance of the equestrian center including the barn, landscape, and offices. The assistant barn manager is required to live on site and participate with other staff in a work schedule that assures 24/7 coverage, including weekends.
- Bachelor's degree in equine science or related field
- Proven ability, experience and a sound understanding of equine care
- Bilingual (Spanish/English) highly valued
- Experience driving a horse trailer
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Type of internship offered: The work will be varied and include a combination of digital content production, social media posts and magazine editorial content. The intern will work with other team members and the marketing department to create a broad spectrum of digital and print media. Tasks will include: adding SEO details to digital media, writing video descriptions and content, posting articles to the website, assisting with social media posting, assisting with website organization and proofreading articles.
Requirements: At least a junior in college. Strong writing and editing skills are necessary. Prefer knowledge of SEO best practices, Adobe Suite, Word Press, Microsoft Office, Canva, Later, Emplifi and social media platforms.
Work is remote and approximately 20 hours per week. Hourly wage is available.
Please email your resumé, published clips and references to Stephanie Ruff, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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