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Volunteer and Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Facilities Manager and Equipment Operator
Ensure all riding, stabling, driving, parking and storage areas are properly maintained, and that Park vehicles and equipment are operated safely and kept in good working condition. Handle basic utility, mechanical and construction tasks. Groom riding areas (four outdoor arenas, one covered arena, cross country course, lunge pads, obstacle course) and maintain manure storage, livestock pens and other designated grounds. Operate heavy and small equipment, and oversee work performed by others. Support changing needs and varying schedules to host a wide range of english and western activities. Work includes weekends and some long days in a beautiful outdoor setting. This full-time position reports to the Operations Manager.

Administrative Manager
Manage routine processes and record information involving visitor, member, donor and sponsor transactions. Tasks include data entry, payment handling and acknowledgement, management of paper and electronic forms and communication, downloading data and preparing spreadsheets and other reports. Communicate with customers and others in person, via email/text, by phone and through social media. Handle special projects, including event management, automation, preparation of marketing materials, etc. Average 30 hours/week. Position reports to the Executive Director.

Grounds Keeper
Help ensure the Park is kept neat, clean and safe for recreational riders and event participants.
Deliver shavings bales, remove stall bedding, wash stall walls, empty trash, replenish gravel, handle temporary fencing, load and move equipment and materials, water plants, etc. Must be reliable and able to handle very physical work in an outdoor environment. May operate heavy equipment depending on qualifications. This seasonal position involves some weekends and some long days. It might become year round and reports to Facilities Manager.

To Apply: Please email explaining why you are interested and attach resume detailing work experience to director@wahorsepark.org. The Horse Park is a non-profit, equal opportunity employer. Visit www.wahorsepark.org for more information.

Please Consider Volunteering!

The Horse Park is a non-profit organization and we rely on volunteers to help us operate and keep our costs low. Here are just some of the areas where volunteer help is always needed:

  • Work parties - Check our calendar for more information. We hold many throughout the year to help prepare for opening of park and trail in the spring, keeping everything in top shape during the season and then buttoning everything up for the winter.
  • Event support at several of our larger events - no horse experience necessary! Event set-up, take-down, parking, judging assistant, office, etc.
  • Accounting/bookkeeping
  • On-Site Park ambassador
  • Special event committees
  • Data entry
  • Fundraising (including the Gala Committee)
  • Mailings, phone calls
  • Social media
  • Mapping
  • Graphic design

If these or other areas interest you, please contact the Executive Director at 877-635-4111 or director@wahorsepark.org.

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