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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.

CTRC has exciting employment opportunities for the following position...

The Head Instructor provides therapeutic riding instruction (up to 20 hours a week), performs new rider evaluations, participates in horse evaluations, and oversees all aspects of instructor supervision in addition to a wide variety of other responsibilities. Candidate must hold or be prepared to test within three months for PATH Intl Advanced Level Instructor Certification, have a strong background in equine assisted programming, experience in managing volunteers, have a solid equestrian background, and must possess strong leadership, client relationship, and solid organizational skills. Additionally, must be experienced with adults with physical disabilities and with persons on the Autism Spectrum. This is a full-time position with benefits. See full job description.

This position works some evenings and Saturdays and must be able to mount/dismount participants up to 200 pounds, run in sand footing, and work in all weather conditions.

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

The Barn Assistant helps the Barn Manager meet horses' basic needs for food, water, shelter, health/first aid and safety. Primary responsibilities are daily feeding, turn-out, turn-in, cleaning water troughs and mucking stalls/paddocks. Help maintain horse areas for cleanliness and safety. Assist Barn Manager with basic first aid, coordinating vendors (e.g. farriers, and trailering horses as needed. Assist with seasonal facility maintenance as needed (e.g. weed control, arena watering, fence maintenance, mowing and shoveling snow). Work closely with staff, community members and volunteers, including managing volunteer muckers. Must have significant experience handling and working with horses. This is a full-time position with benefits. See full description.

This position is physically demanding, requiring the ability to regularly lift a minimum of 70 pounds. Most of the work day is spent outside in all weather conditions. Occasional work on weekends, evenings and holidays.

Position open until filled. Please cover letter and resume to Lindsey Moloznik, Barn Manager.

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.

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

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