The Florida Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (FHBPA) has officially launched its search for a new Executive Director, the organization announced.
“This position will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for FHBPA programs, our staff and our mission,” said FHBPA Board Member Adam Lazarus, who is chairing the Search Committee. “We’re looking for a dynamic leader who will develop and advance programs to promote Florida horse racing.”
The new FHBPA Executive Director will represent the organization throughout Florida and nationwide in all matters affecting horsemen and the horse racing industry. Based at the FHBPA’s Hallandale Beach, Florida office inside of Gulfstream Park, he or she will work with race track management, state officials and lawmakers, as well as with various racing and breeding associations.
In addition to representing Florida Thoroughbred owners and trainers, the FHBPA also administers various programs benefiting horsemen and their employees, including a benevolence mission and racetrack chaplaincy, an on-track health services program and FloridaTRAC.com, a Thoroughbred retirement program.
Current Executive Director Kent Stirling will transition out of his position during the next few months.
To view the job description, click here. Interested applicants should forward resumes to jobs@FloridaHBPA.com.