Horse Manager/Riding Instructor
North Country School and Camp Treetops provides exceptional outdoor experiential learning to middle school boarding and day students utilizing the special environment in which we live.
We seek a Horse Manager to manage our herd of resident horses and our unique horse-riding program for our school and camp. This person must have qualifications including CHA certification in instruction and trail guiding, as well as equine facility management. He or she must have demonstrated experience in teaching various styles of riding to children of all ages. He or she will be required to manage and assess the care of our herd, work with other staff that also assist in the care of our herd and safety of our students, and create meaningful programs for riding instruction.
This is a rare opportunity for someone who works well independently, has great communication skills, loves caring for horses, and has a desire to work with children. A more detailed job description is available upon inquiry.
To apply, or to request more information, please send by mail a resume and brief cover letter to: Horse Manager Search Committee, North Country School and Camp Treetops, 4382 Cascade Road, Lake Placid, NY 12946.
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