AQHA seeks Executive Vice President candidates
AQHA is accepting candidate resumes for the role of AQHA Executive Vice President.
AQHA’s Executive Vice President works with the AQHA Executive Committee to develop and implement the strategic goals and objectives of the Association and Foundation, targeted toward promoting and growing the membership and breed registry, preserving the welfare and history of the American Quarter Horse, practicing fiscal responsibility and working to ensure ongoing regulatory compliance. This person also enables the Executive Committee to achieve its governance responsibilities as well as creates a culture both internally (employees) and externally (with members and partners) of integrity, respect, open communication, collaboration, innovation and creativity to support the organization’s mission, goals, vision and values.
If you or someone you know is qualified and interested in leading AQHA by continuing to guide the Association to meet the needs of its membership as well as maintain the integrity of the breed and welfare of the American Quarter Horse, we encourage qualified candidates to submit their resumes and be considered to join the AQHA team.
Send resumes to email@example.com by Sept. 30, 2014.
Compensation and benefits commensurate with the role.
If you have questions about this leadership opportunity, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the complete job description, including experience requirements.
AQHA, located in Amarillo, Texas, is the world’s largest equine breed registry and membership organization. AQHA serves more than 280,000 members and has registered more than five million American Quarter Horses.
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