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When you join the Trinity team, you become a member of a culture of kindness – a community that truly cares. Through your work helping people with disabilities and mental illness flourish and live full and abundant lives, you will meet lifelong friends and experience ample opportunities for growth.

At Trinity, staff members receive recognition for outstanding work and discretionary effort, reinforcing the value of positive relationships throughout the organization, and are given room to exercise their talents and use them for the benefit of helping others. With ample opportunities to grow and flourish, join our team today! Apply for any of our open positions, below. For Independent Living Coach opportunities, click here.




LOCATION: Manhattan, IL

HOURS:  Part time- 7:00a-3:00p that will include weekends


 Under general supervision of the STRIDES program Coordinator, provides instruction/training in horsemanship skills to individuals who are disabled. Adapts horses and lessons taught to appropriate skill and age levels. Consults with relevant professionals in developing exercises, games, etc, to include safety and skill level factors. Prepares necessary reports and program records.


  1. Under the supervision of the STRIDES Director, assists disabled children and adult riders enrolled at Trinity Services, Inc. to help alleviate the rider's physical handicap or disability through a prescribed riding program.


  2. Promotes through this prescribed riding program an improvement in the individual's muscle strength and relaxation, balance and coordination, and development of an improved spatial awareness, body image, and self-confidence.


  3. Participates and interacts with adults and children during the lessons.


  4. Assists in training individuals participating in the STRIDES program.


  5. Is responsible, as designated by the administrator, for the care of the horses and program equipment.


  6. Responsible for general barn maintenance such as cleaning stalls, grooming horses, feeding hay, grain and medications and turn out of horses


  7. Assists with general upkeep with the stable


  8. Performs other duties as assigned by Program Coordinator


  1. Must have a High School diploma or GED.


  2. Must be at least 18 years of age


  3. The physical activities for this position involve: balancing, fingering, pulling, pushing, standing, climbing, grasping, stooping, crouching, crawling, kneeling, reaching, lifting, repetitive motion, pushing wheelchairs, and lifting up to 40 pounds.


CONTACT: Laurie Ferfecki at