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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS -- Opportunities are available within the following categories:
Administrative Assistant, Competition Licensing
US Equestrian Federation
Administration/General Management: Administrative/Executive Assistant
Under general direction of the Director of Competition Licensing, Evaluation & Safety, the primary focus of the Administrative Assistant is to provide advanced administrative assistance to all members of the Competition Licensing, Evaluation & Safety department. The Administrative assistant monitors Pending and Comparable competitions in the US Equestrian competition database (AHSD) and assists in the management of the US Equestrian Competition Calendar. This position also provides member service and technical assistance to competition managers, secretaries, and licensees related to the online Competition Management Dashboard online competition renewals. The Administrative Assistant provides clerical support, scanning, and electronic filing of documents, including, but not limited to, Accident/Injury Reports, Competition Report Addendums, License Agreements, Change Requests, and Cross Country Fall Forms. This position assists the Managing Director of Competitions in the processing of competition rating reclassifications and processes License Cancellations and Competition Contact/Manger/Secretary updates. This individual is responsible for complying with the US Equestrian Document Destruction and Retention Policy and other duties as assigned by the Director of Competition Licensing.
Associate’s degree or higher required. High school diploma plus two years of experience may substitute for degree requirement (in addition to experience outlined below).
At least one year of office or clerical experience required. Experience in the equine industry is strongly preferred.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Strong oral and written communication skills are required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Outlook and Word. Attention to detail, excellent typing ability, and capability of handling ever-changing priorities are required. Working knowledge of equestrian sport, equine background, and knowledge of Federation rules preferred.
**Please attach a resume in either Word document or PDF format. Applications that do not meet this requirement will not be considered.**
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.