Inglis to offer Bloodstock Intern role in 2018
7th Dec 2017
An excellent opportunity to gain an understanding of the workings of Australia’s number one thoroughbred auctioneer has become available with an Inglis Bloodstock Internship.
The successful applicant’s time will be predominantly spent within the bloodstock division, while being exposed to the company’s marketing, insurance, digital and leasing divisions.
This unique opportunity will allow the successful applicant the chance to build a succinct knowledge and thorough understanding of an auctioneer/bloodstock agency.
Based primarily in Melbourne, the successful applicant will spend time with industry leaders, gaining an intimate understanding of pedigree and conformation evaluation which forms an integral part of the selection process for yearlings entered in the company’s annual yearling sale series.
The successful applicant will be given the opportunity for interstate travel between the Melbourne and Sydney offices and throughout Australian’s primary breeding regions.
Applications should be emailed to James Price (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 20 December 2017 and should include a current CV along with a cover letter explaining why you feel you are a worthy candidate for this internship.
Interviews will be conducted mid-January 2018, with the commencement of the Internship set for early to mid-February.
The internship will run for 12 months.