Positions and Their Jobs:
We need Logistical Officers capable of managing many accounts, and timeframes as their chief job will be how we get paid, when we get paid, and for how long we will be paid if someone rents one of our guard beasts, they would also need to handle what would happen if one of our beasts died while in the care of someone else out on the road. These tasks will be split up between 2 - 4 Logistic Personnel. Logistic Personnel would also be responsible for managing our day-to-day costs such as how much we will pay out for tamed beasts ready for breeding from individuals, etc.
A Supply Manager will also be needed to manage the supplies of the guild. We will need someone who can effectively procure feed and gather other needed resources for many beasts both in the process of being tamed, as well as our breeding stock. Their main job will be making sure the farm(s) have all the resources they need to breed and tame effectively.
Breeders, our bread and butter, are our main focus next to taming the beasts for breeding, they will need to be calm and capable in the handling of animals of all shapes and sizes, as well as temperaments. There is room for specialists in this field, such as people who only deal with Trison taming and breeding, or canids, such as wolves and dogs, or just a generalist, who has knowledge for all around taming.
Tamers, another of our most needed professions, will need to be capable of supplying our breeding pens with tamed animals to meet demand, the more dangerous the animal, the more you will be paid for a successful breeding pair, while single animals will be accepted in most cases if we have one of the same all ready tamed, we would prefer mating pairs, likely found in the same den, where there may already be babies of the species, if there are young ones there, a bonus will be paid out, as that would increase our ability to breed with future animals that come in, as well as learn the habits of the species.
Now as much as it may hurt sometimes, we will also need people capable of butchering dead animals. Their meat will go to the carnivores we will likely be breeding and taming, we will have livestock on hand for these situations, and some may not require you to butcher at all, and we would just release the would be food into the pen for the carnivore to eat in it's own time.
Tanners and Leatherworkers: These two professions, should go hand in hand, we will need people capable of turning raw hides into leather, and those who can work with that leather to make tools, such as whips, and aprons as well as other clothing to prevent injury while feeding, breeding, or taming our animals.
Logistic Officers: 3 Positions Open (1 Taken)
Supply Manager: 1 Position Open, 1 Apprentice Position Open
Breeders: Multiple Positions Open
Tamers: Multiple Positions Open
Butcher: 2 Positions Open, 2 Apprentice Positions Open
Tanner: 2 Positions Open, 2 Apprentice Positions Open
Leatherworker: 2 Positions Open, 2 Apprentice Positions Open