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Manager - Mooroopna North

Horses For Hope

Horses for Hope (HFH) is a small but daring independent charity with our one-of-a-kind program and a world leader in Equine Assisted Narrative Therapy. By re-imagining service delivery, we actively work to challenge labels and convention models of healing. Our collaborative work de-pathologises humans and de-stigmatises horses.

It is a significant and exciting time in the life of Horses for Hope, and we are offering a great opportunity for an experienced and suitably qualified person to join our team as Manager; to lead the important and innovative work of Horses for Hope into the future.

There is potential for this role to grow as growth and development takes place and / or if the persons skill set allowed for the taking on of other roles within the organisation.

Our Vision

To be a centre of excellence, open to learning, courageous in reimagining services, challenging conventions and generous in sharing our learnings, in the provision of therapeutic services, research and training

Our Aim

Make the services of HFH available to more people that need it.

We are in a unique period of growth as we work to meet expanding demand and need. As Manager you will be accountable to the Board and responsible for;

  • The effective implementation and achievement of the organisation’s strategic and operational plans for sustainability and growth.
  • Maintaining a healthy and vibrant organisation and team, courageous in working toward our vision.

Key Roles

  • To manage the operations and development of Horses for Hope Limited as a viable and sustainable service.
  • To ensure all aspects of Horses for Hope operate effectively, efficiently and within the spirit and values of the organisation.
  • To ensure requirements of good governance, good stewardship of resources and practice standards and quality are upheld.
  • Model and ensure the HFH Values and Ethics are present and visible in all aspects of HFH at all times.
  • Provide effective leadership of the team.
  • Represent the organisation in community and Government and partnership relations.
  • Ensure a strong and positive profile within the community and philanthropic sector and that fundraising needs are met.


  • Fresh country air & the tranquillity of the bush.
  • Opportunities for creativity, innovation, research, and evaluation.
  • A workplace that takes seriously the ethics of practice and positions participants as experts in their own life.

Selection Criteria and other benefits

See our Position Description attached.

For further information about this position or to apply, please contact, Colin Emonson, Program Director and Founder on 0417541778 [email protected] using the subject line: Manager - Mooroopna North enquiry via EthicalJobs.

A position description is attached.

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