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Employment

CTRC offers its employees a dynamic working environment -- fun staff, great participants, a wonderful herd of therapy horses and a chicken or two. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. Benefits for full-time employees include vacation, sick, and health insurance. CTRC is a PATH Intl. Premiere Accredited program located in beautiful Boulder County, Colorado.
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CTRC has exciting employment opportunities for a Head Instructor and a Therapeutic Riding Instructor.

HEAD INSTRUCTOR
Responsible for providing therapeutic riding instruction according to PATH, Intl. and CTRC guidelines with the utmost attention given to maintaining rider, volunteer, and horse safety; serve as liaison between participants, their families/caregivers and CTRC; all aspects of instructor supervision; perform rider evaluations; participate in horse evaluations; ensure safety and innovation in lessons; ensure instructors adherence to emergency and safety policies; program development, implementation and evaluation; coordination of workshops, special events and clinics. Evenings and weekends may be required. All hours must be worked on site. See full description.

This position can be physically demanding and requires the ability to mount and dismount participants weighing up to 200 pounds, running and standing in arena footing and working outside in all weather.

Positions open until filled. Please cover letter and resume to Heather McLaughlin, Program Director.

PART-TIME THERAPEUCTIC RIDING INSTRUCTOR
Responsible for providing therapeutic riding instruction according to PATH Intl. and CTRC guidelines with the utmost attention given to maintaining rider, volunteer, and horse safety. Evenings and weekends may be required. Days and hours needed may vary during session breaks. All hours must be worked on site. See full description.

This position can be physically demanding and requires the ability to mount and dismount participants weighing up to 200 pounds, running and standing in arena footing and working outside in all weather.

Positions open until filled. Please cover letter and resume to Heather McLaughlin, Program Director.

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