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Executive Director for Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR)

FEATURED

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
CHARLESTON AREA THERAPEUTIC RIDING, INC.

Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding, Inc. (CATR), located just south of Charleston, South Carolina on Johns Island, is seeking an Executive Director to assume duties as of June, 2020. This is a full-time, salaried position reporting to the Board of Directors and overseeing a staff of up to eighteen full and part-time employees for both CATR’s therapeutic riding program, and traditional riding lessons and boarding services offered by CATR’s home base, Brickhouse Equestrian Center (BEC). The Executive Director is a key participant in CATR’s fundraising and donor development.

The successful candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills as well as a working knowledge of non-profit governance and accounting practices. The candidate must have a strong equestrian background; PATH Intl. instructor certification is preferred, but not required. Specific responsibilities may include:
– staff management and development;
– program oversight and development;
– oversight of equine health and training programs;
– farm management oversight;
– liaison with board of directors;
– donor cultivation;
– budget development and management.

ABOUT CATR AND BEC:

CATR is a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center celebrating its 28th year of operation. Eight certified instructors work with more than 140 students in a variety of programs, including interactive vaulting. In addition, CATR hosts several PATH Intl., AHA and other educational workshops each year.

Brickhouse Equestrian Center is a 42-acre property with six large pastures, three barns, two grass rings and a 48,000 sq. ft covered arena, all utilized by both CATR and BEC programs.

Resumes, references, and salary requirements may be sent to the attention of Board of
Directors, CATR, PO Box 146, Johns Island SC 29457, or may be emailed to jobs@catrprogram.org.

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