Besides the local Chilean workers and guides who work with us throughout the year, we also welcome international helpers during the high season. If you're interested in joining us on the farm for a few months as a helper, please review the following information and then contact us.
…be able to work independently and handle large responsibilities.
…have good social skills and like dealing with our international guests.
…have experience with horses.
…speak fluent English and at least some Spanish.
…love to be outside, even in bad weather.
....Guiding tours on your own after a period of getting accustomed to the farm, horses, and trails.
.... Doing all manner of work connected with treks and horses, including catching, grooming, feeding, saddling, and herding the horses, as well as helping to prepare and pack for treks.
....Caring for our international guests in the cabin.
.... Helping guests and accompanying them on other activities, such as visit at hot springs etc.
As a helper you will:
…generally work about 8 hours a day, 6 days a week. Schedule will vary according to your needs and Antilco's programs.
... stay in a room in the farm house with separate entrance and bathroom. Room may be private or shared with another helper.
... eat meals together with the family.
During the 2012 - 2013 season we are looking for helpers for the following dates:
09/01 - 11/30
11/01 – 01/31
12/01 – 02/28
02/01 – 04/30
03/01 – 05/30
Interested? To apply, please send an email expressing your interest and include a short, informal curriculum vitae and 6-8 photographs, at least THREE (3) of which should feature you on horseback.Please make them 250k for visibility and download.
We look forward to receiving your application.
If you do not wish to work with us, or if we are unable to accept your application, you can explore the links below to find other volunteering options in Southern America.
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