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Adaptive Horsemanship Program Director

Eagle Mount Bozeman is a non-profit that provides adaptive recreation for people with disabilities and camps for children with cancer. Eagle Mount is now hiring an Adaptive Horsemanship Program Director. The Adaptive Horsemanship Program Director supports the preparation, delivery, and evaluation of adaptive horsemanship programs for Eagle Mount participants and families. Programs include group lessons, private lessons, and day camps.

Position Qualifications:
Advanced horsemanship skills.
Registered PATH International Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor, Advanced or Master Level.
Knowledge of current standards, techniques, and best practices in therapeutic/adaptive horsemanship.
Experience and working knowledge of all aspects of a therapeutic/adaptive riding center.
Experience in equine and herd management.

Minimum Qualifications:
BA/BS in related field or five-years of equivalent experience.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products including Excel, Word, and Outlook.
Previous experience working with individuals of all ages, with a variety of disabilities.
Knowledge of currents standards, techniques, and best practices in adaptive recreation.
Previous experience with program and event management.
Previous experience with staff and volunteer supervision.
Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.
Ability to lift or move objects up to 50 pounds.
Valid driver’s license and ability to be insurable per Eagle Mount’s parameters.
Reliable personal transportation.
Basic CPR/firs-aid certification (can be provided upon hire if necessary).
Strong interpersonal, management, and organizational skills.
Detail-orientation, ability to track and report upon pertinent information.
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.

Compensation and Benefits:
The Adaptive Horsemanship Director is a full-time, exempt position, $50,000 - $62,000 DOE. Benefits package includes: agency sponsored health/dental/vision, 4% 403(b) retirement match, generous PTO and the opportunity to work in a mission-driven culture.

Anticipated Start Date and How to Apply:
The selected candidate will begin in February 2022. If interested, please respond with a resume and cover letter in PDF format to sstober@eaglemount.org. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt, preference will be given to applications received by December 17th, 2021.