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Administrator for Standardbred Transition Alliance

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Standardbred Transition AllianceCranbury, NJ
  • Job July 9, 2019 The Standardbred Transition Alliance (STA) is seeking an administrator for the 501(c)3 charitable organization.
  • The STA has a mission to award grants to approved organizations that acquire, rehabilitate, train and re-home Standardbred horses.
  • It was established in 2018 and is modeled after a similar Thoroughbred organization.
  • An administrator will be responsible for working closely with the Board of Directors to manage all functions of the organization, including fundraising, accreditation and granting, and communication.
  • Please see the full job description here.
  • Applicants are asked to reply by July 31 with a cover letter detailing compensation requirements and resume to
  • Applicants may be subjected to a background check.
  • The STA is an equal opportunity employer

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