CV Ref No. CV Reference No. - 107666

Shepherdess in the making - Enthusiastic, quick learner with a passion for sheep.

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualifications

Not listed

Type of farming wanted

Mainly Livestock

Other qualifications

A level grades: Psychology: B Biology: C Chemistry: D June 2023
GCSE grade 9 in Religious Studies- June 2021
GCSE grade 8 in Biology, English Language, Physics, Spanish June 2021
GCSE grade 7 in Geography, Chemistry, English Literature, Mathematics- June 2021

Driving Licence

Full Car Licence

Equipment experience


Livestock experience

Goat, Sheep, Lambing, Poultry

Other equipment experience

Experience with moving bales, using a loading bucket, driving and reversing with trailers

Other livestock experience

Moving animals, treating minor illnesses and injuries, lambing, feeding and cleaning

Personal information


Other Information




Marital status



United Kingdom

Where are you currently living?


First language


Do you have the right to work in the UK?


Other languages



I enjoy spending time outdoors taking my dog for long walks. Looking after my own animals.

Pen picture (Height, weight etc.)

5ft 6 60kg

Relevant health problems


Farming background

Farm - December 2021 present

Livestock assistant: Daily feeding and cleaning tasks with a large variety of animals. Moving animals, medical assistance for minor illnesses and injuries, interactions with the public in interactive sessions and visitor experiences. I am able to work in a team as well as being trusted to work independently and be responsible for the welfare and safety of animals throughout the farm.

Lambing - 25th March to 16th April 2024

Assisting with lambing of 500 ewes, moving ewes and lambs, feeding pet lambs, castrations and tail docking as well as daily feeding and cleaning tasks.

Farm work experience April 2021

Assisting with lambing of 100 ewes, moving cattle, daily feeding tasks and treating minor injuries.

Farm volunteering August 2021 April 2022

Daily feeding and cleaning tasks, milking, moving animals and helping to give medical assistance to animals.

Equestrain Centre Volunteering from 2016 and working from June to November 2021

Preparing horses and riders for their lessons, turning out and bringing in horses from their fields, medical assistance for minor injuries, daily feeding and cleaning tasks.


Start: 25/07/2024 Finish: Not Specified

Preferred region

South & South East

Type of job


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