Employment Opportunities – Job Descriptions

Stable Hand

Nature and Scope: Primary duty is to make sure the horses and their living quarters are clean and organized

• Muck and assist with trash disposal.
• Check, clean, and fill all water troughs.
• Feed and give supplements to equines.
• Clean and keep organized the barn office and stables.
• Must arrive anytime between 7:00-8:00 am to begin duties which may take up to an hour.



• Dependable and ability to work independently.
• Ability to problem solve and exercise sound judgment.
• Physically able to occasionally lift 30-40 lbs.

Marketing Coordinator


• Maintain social media platforms (Facebook and Instagram).
• Reply to customers on social platforms.
• Provide internal communication with volunteers and families.
• Ensure documents and marketing materials are current, accurate and properly reflect the brand and desired messaging.
• Planning, promoting, and executing the advertisements for fundraising events.
• Create newsletter and distribute to sponsors.



• Highly organized with the ability to carry out multiple tasks efficiently with little supervision.
• Ability to problem solve and exercise sound judgment.
• Computer knowledge and experience with Office program, i.e. Outlook, Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, and Publisher.
• Social media savvy with a good sense of current trends and social networking tactics.
• Strong communication skills.



• 1+ year working for non-profit organizations.

Board of Directors

The officers of the board of directors are the president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. The officers, except the president, usually chair standing committees and assist the president by performing any duties the president may assign.



• Presides at all meetings and is the chairman of the board of directors.
• Responsible for all books, reports, and certificates as required by law.
• Appoints all committees.
• Submits an agenda prior to board meetings.
• Submits a progress report at meetings of the Board of Directors.
• Liaison between the Board and the Executive Director.


• If the president is absent or unable to fulfill his or her duties, the vice president assumes the president’s role.


• Maintains the minutes and records of the organization and is responsible for the files of any certificates required by any federal or state law.
• Responsible for all the organizations written correspondence, including responding to requests for information on the center.


• Responsible for the proper care and custody of all money belonging to the organization.
• Monitors the system of receiving and disbursing funds and reports to the board on their recommendations for change on an annual basis.
• Prepares periodic financial reports, as dictated by the board.
• Serves on the finance committee to provide information regarding budget needs.


• Attend all board meetings, prepared to further the success of TROT.
• Accept special assignments as designated by the Executive Director and/or President.
• Remain current on the activities of TROT by following its notifications electronically or in print.
• Remain current on issues affecting the non-profit sector as it relates to the mission of TROT in our community.
• Inform the Board and staying proactive in helping position TROT to support families coming to TROT for services.
• Acting as a role model, change agent, and professional exemplar.