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As an organisation we are committed to welcoming new people to our team regardless of their background and we therefore welcome applications from anyone irrespective of age, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, disability, marital status, religion, or belief.


British equestian vacancies

There are currently no vacancies with British Equestrian.

Member body vacancies

British Showjumping

British Showjumping is looking to appoint a Membership Team Administrator to join their dynamic team. This role will report to the Membership Team Leader, alongside other dedicated members of our team.

The position will be based at our Head Office in Meriden.  A current driving license and access to transport will be beneficial.

The specifics of the role are detailed in the job profile below, and salary will be in the region of £16,500 to £18,500 dependent on age and experience.


If you are interested and would like to apply for this position, please send your CV and a covering letter to:

The closing date for applications is Monday 30th May 2022.


Riding for the Disabled Association

National Vaulting Lead Vacancy

The RDA are currently looking for an RDA Vaulting Lead.  The Vaulting Lead plays a vital role in providing direction and development of RDA Vaulting activities and supporting the promotion of RDA Vaulting.

RDA horses need to be special, but the people need to just as special too.

This is a voluntary role & if you feel like this could be for you, take a look at the role description & person specification at RDA Vacancies

Industry vacancies

Retraining of Racehorses (ROR) 

Regional Development Officers

Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) is British Horseracing’s official equine charity established in 2000 for the welfare of horses that have retired from racing.

In order to further develop the RoR regional education and community support programme, RoR have created 6 new posts for Regional Development Officers (RDOs) to provide the regional lead in Scotland, Wales, Northern England, The Midlands, South East and South West England.

Key responsibilities of the RDOs will be to manage and develop RoR activity in their allocated region, expand the regional RoR community support network, manage the regional budgets and accounts and recruit and manage RoR regional volunteers.

Each position is part-time, with a fixed salary based on two days’ work per week.

Applicants should reply in writing to enclosing their CV and stating their preferred region by 31 May 2022.

Full job description