The College of Agriculture, Food and Environment Equine Programs unit seeks an Operations Coordinator. The position provides staff support for human resources, budgeting, office management and program support for equine-related activities. is responsible for human resources for Equine Programs and management of office operations. Project management responsibilities will include rider and equine safety programming and informal education.
Microsoft Office, publishing software, travel software, and online procurement systems.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Experience with finances and leadership of a non-profit equine organization. Experience with working with horses in a recreational or professional setting. Demonstrated ability to perform business and human resources support for a government or non-profit organization.
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