The National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) is seeking a new executive director to lead the Pilot Point, Texas-based association.
The association said on its Facebook page that it is widening the search for its new executive director. Whoever is chosen would fill the post vacated late last year by former NRCHA Executive Director Jay Winborn, who left to take a similar position with the National Cutting Horse Association.
According to a job posting, the association is looking for someone with a proven track record of executive level management and experience in leading a highly competent staff. He or she would oversee all operations, and provide direction for the association’s program strategies, event management, growth, rule compliance, quality assurance and program efficiencies.
Deadline for applications is Aug. 28.
The association’s new leader would work directly with and report to the NRCHA Board of Directors and its Executive Committee.
According to the advertisement, his or her role would be to “to further develop and implement the vision, strategic goals and objectives of the Association while growing membership, partnerships and sponsorships while preserving the tradition of the Reined Cow Horse.”
Officials say résumés from interested applicants must be submitted by August 28, 2020 to Melissa Nation at [email protected] or by mail to: NRCHA c/o Melissa Nation, 310 W. Rennie Ave., Pauls Valley, OK 73075.