Employment Opportunities


Life at Hilltop

Hilltop offers the opportunity to be a part of a world-class facility filled with top FEI horses, renowned stallions, and quality broodmares and young horses. Nestled in the hills of northern Maryland for 30 years, Hilltop is a well-established leader in the sporthorse world with many of our staff being part of the team for over a decade. Staff work alongside leading professionals in a friendly team environment that understands the importance of continuing education in the workplace.

 

 

Current Employment Opportunities

Dressage Groom (Full-Time)

Have a passion for providing top-level competition horse care? Hilltop is seeking an experienced dressage groom to be based in Maryland with occasional travel for shows and potential to winter in Florida. The position works with a variety of horses ranging from young horses being started undersaddle to FEI competition horses and includes mares, geldings, and stallions. Applicant must be experienced with show grooming, possess solid horse handling skills, enjoy working in fast-paced, team environment, and be authorized to work in the US. Preference for applicants with sporthorse and stallion experience. This is a great opportunity to join a top team! See full job description here

Compensation Package:

  • On-site housing with standard utilities available if desired
  • Health insurance
  • Matching Simple IRA (after respective probationary periods)
  • Paid vacation/sick days and holidays
  • Discounted horse board/lessons (dependent on availability)
  • Weekly staff lesson (with own horse)
  • $13.50/hr starting rate

For consideration, please email your resume to the Operations Director or complete the online employment application form

 


Stable Groom (Full-Time)

We’re looking for a stable groom to join our sporthorse breeding operations! Position has the potential to work around foals/young horses, broodmares, stallions, and top competition horses to facilitate the daily operations of the farm. Duties include stall cleaning, feeding, administering medications/therapies, turnout, basic grooming, holding for vet/farrier, and general cleaning duties. The position is a five-day work week but does require weekends (i.e. days off will be weekdays). Ideal applicant will have solid horse handling skills, ability to regularly lift 50 lbs, enjoy a fast-paced environment, and have a valid US driver’s license. See full job description here

Competitive compensation package includes:

  • On-site housing with standard utilities included
  • Paid vacation/sick days and holidays
  • Health insurance/Simple IRA Matching (after respective probationary periods)
  • Discounted horse board/lessons
  • Group staff lessons (with own horse)
  • $13.50/hr starting rate

For consideration, please email your resume to the Operations Director or complete the online employment application form

 

Future Consideration

While our current openings are listed above, for future positions, please email your resume to the Operations Director or complete the application at this link. We will retain your resume for 6 months and notify you should a position become available that looks to be a good match.