EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a corrected version of the Wyoming School of Horseshoeing’s search for a farrier instructor. American Farriers Journal is responsible for the errors that were contained within this article and are not a reflection of Wyoming School of Horseshoeing. We regret the errors.
The Wyoming School of Horseshoeing (WSH) is seeking a farrier instructor, to begin April 2019.
The desired candidate would have a minimum of 5 years’ experience working as a farrier. Brian Thompson, general manager of WSH, is looking for a farrier to teach real-world shoeing. Prior teaching experience is not required.
The position is most likely to begin in April 2019, but it could possibly be sooner. The typical instruction schedule would be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The newly hired farrier instructor will be working in a class under a senior instructor for a few courses while getting a feel for the classes.
The ideal candidate will be willing to relocate to Cheyenne, Wyo., where the school is located on the Terry Bison Ranch. Housing is offered if necessary and can be worked out as part of the salary. Salary is negotiable, based on experience.
To apply, please call the school directly at (307) 634-4171 or send your résumé and references to Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WSH opened 2 years ago and is seeing an influx of new students. The school is located on Terry Bison Ranch, a resort dedicated to educating guests about Wyoming culture and history while enjoying Western adventure, food and entertainment.