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  • I am looking for a job in Muncie

 
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    05-16-2012, 10:31 AM
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Iím looking for a job in the Central-East Central Indiana area (I currently live in Muncie). I am willing to drive 30-40 minutes to work. I am a certified farrier and graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelors Degree in 2011. I have ridden and trained horses my whole life (I am 24 now) and I hope to continue to train and give lessons to all disciplines. I am currently working at a horse related business, helping out where needed, but mostly working on the computer with Quick Books or out exercising race horses. I am looking for something that will use my skills more to their full potential. I know I could be a great asset to any business! I would love to work with horses all day, every day, for the rest of my life. I can accomplish hard laborious tasks or work inside on the computer with bookkeeping- and Iím not too proud to sweep the floor! PM for more information and/or to get a copy of my Cover Letter and Resume! Thank you!!!


     

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