Careers 2017-11-17T09:48:38+00:00

We Love Our Work & We Love Where We Work

As a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited center CTRC delivers unparalleled Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) services to a diverse range of riders year round and offers its employees a dynamic working environment of engaging staff, heroic participants, benevolent volunteers, a commendable herd of therapy horses and an outstanding community. 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 looking for qualified candidates to fill the following positions:

Barn Assistant

Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center

Job Announcement

Barn Assistant

Posted: November 2017

Anticipated Start: December 2017

The Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center (CTRC) is seeking a full-time Barn Assistant. CTRC is located in southeast Longmont on Highway 52, five miles west of I25. CTRC maintains a herd of over 30 horses and each week serves 150 participants with disabilities year-round. The Barn Assistant helps the Operations Manager meet horses’ needs for food, water, shelter, health/first aid and safety. Barn Assistant has primary responsibility for daily feeding, turn-out, turn-in and mucking stalls/paddocks. Help maintain horse areas for cleanliness and safety. Assist with seasonal facilities tasks such as weed control, arena watering, fence maintenance, mowing and shoveling snow. Help coordinate farriers. Work closely with staff, community members and volunteers, including managing volunteer muckers. Trailer horses as required. 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. Must have significant experience handling and working with horses. Must be able to multi-task; prioritize tasks; uphold all safety standards; communicate clearly; promote a climate of respect; maintain confidentiality and boundaries; model professionalism; possess a team player attitude; and stay balanced in a fast-paced environment. This is a full-time position with benefits. Visit for complete job description. To apply email cover letter and resume to Resumes accepted until position is filled. No phone calls please.

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


Exciting opportunity for PATH Intl. Advanced Instructor (or able to test in Advanced within the first 3 months of hire)  with beautiful Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center; FT with benefits. Strong background in equine-assisted programming; therapeutic riding and able-body instruction; equine evaluation, training and first aid; adaptive tack; instructor supervision; client relationships; volunteer management; show coordination; and PATH Intl. standards/safety. Please possess excellent computer, organizational, administrative, and oral and written communication skills; promote climate of respect; maintain confidentiality; demonstrate professionalism and team attitude.

Experience required instructing adults with physical disabilities and persons with ASD. Able to run in sand footing and work in all weather conditions. Hold or test within three months as PATH Intl. Advanced Level Instructor. Requires some evenings and Saturdays. Email cover letter and resume: Resumes accepted until position filled. No calls please.

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Position open until filled. Please email cover letter and resume to Michele Bruhn, Executive Director.


We are looking for new team members! PATH Intl. Certified Riding Instructor will be 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. 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. See full job description.

Position open until filled. Please email cover letter and resume to Michele Bruhn, Executive Director.


Where you will find CTRC

Located along the Front Range just outside of scenic Boulder, CO this is area is known for its outdoor adventure, universities, cultural experiences and feel-good lifestyle. Situated on 39 acres in South West Longmont, CTRC has a country feel but is in close proximity to Boulder, Denver, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville and other neighboring cities.