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Job Postings

Current Postings:

Advancement Specialist
Direct Support Professional (DSP)
Non-Medical Transportation Drive

Office Manager

Pegasus Farm is currently seeking an Office Manager in the Hartville, OH area. The Office Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the Farm’s bookkeeping and office management functions.


Bookkeeping Management related:

  • Maintain accurate records pertaining to financial operations including but not limited to; contributions, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fundraising events, petty cash, weekly bank deposits, process payroll and journal entry, tracking grant expenditures, provide financials for grants and grant reports, bank reconciliations, monthly financial reports, journal entry for investments.
  • Wage reports for individuals as requested by Social Security Administration or ODJFS
  • In QuickBooks Point of Sale, enter all inventory items, adjust prices, create inventory adjustments for shrinkages
  • Work with Executive Director, Treasurer, and Management Team to create annual budget.
  • Participate in the meetings and activities of the Finance and Budget Committee.
  • Prepare year-end items for CPA for the Form 990 and Annual Financial Review/Audit.

Office management related:

  • Participate in regular meetings with Executive Director.
  • Oversee paperwork and onboarding completion for new hires.
  • Maintain current employee files.
  • Review, create, and revise operating procedures related to position keeping in compliance with CARF, Path, Intl., and CHA Accreditations
  • Perform routine office duties including retrieving voice mail messages, email, directing inquiries to the appropriate person, and assisting students, parents, volunteers, visitors, and staff.
  • Handle incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Assist GMS with BWC claims processing
  • Assist with annual insurance review
  • Keep stored documents current with Documentation Retention Policy.
  • Order office supplies.
  • Monitor and manage the office budget.
  • Maintain OSHA Log and post summary as required.
  • Maintain current Labor Law posters in Main Office & Emergency Phone # signs throughout facility.
  • Supervise volunteer office assistants.


  • Associate degree or above preferably with training in business related coursework.
  • Minimum two years’ experience with bookkeeping.
  • Strong interpersonal and human relations skills.
  • Computer skills must have high proficiency in QuickBooks, Microsoft Word and Excel, online banking, and payroll processing.


  • Health Insurance
  • Paid Time Off

This is a full time position, but will start part time through a transition period. 

If interested, please submit a resume to:  Shelley Sprang, Executive Director, shelley@pegasusfarm.org


The Advancement Specialist is responsible for helping to implement fundraising and marketing activities for Pegasus Farm. This position is part time and reports to the executive director. He/she will coordinate the fund development program and provide support to those soliciting individual and major gifts. This individual should have prior experience in fundraising, especially annual giving, and marketing.


  • Minimum of two years of experience in fundraising and/or non-profit preferred
  • Degree in a related field
  • Excellent communication skills (public speaking, writing, etc.)
  • Ability to tell our story through multiple channels
  • Ability to balance multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including occasional evenings and weekends
  • Ability to plan and organize work in an efficient and cost-effective manner and without direct supervision
  • Proficiency with: Microsoft Office Suite products, graphic design programs, and some experience with eTapestry or other database systems, MailChimp, website management and social media preferred

Specific Responsibilities:

      Fund Development

  • Plan and execute annual giving and online giving campaigns
  • Assist with the implementation of the fund development operating plan, including major gifts, stewardship, and corporate giving
  • Manage major fundraising events including planning, logistics, committee work, and implementation
  • Manage, maintain, and implement our CRM, eTapestry, to enter gifts, steward our donors, and develop reports to enhance the donor experience for Pegasus Farm.
  • Assist in grant preparation, tracking, and research alongside the executive director


  • Coordinate marketing, e-newsletters, social media, and documents to support our programs from a marketing perspective
  • Coordinate and manage special events from a marketing and fundraising perspective
  • Manage the Pegasus Farm website
  • Coordinate community awareness campaigns including media releases, google ads, and retail ads
  • Other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director.


  • Assist the Executive Director with Board and Committee Operations
  • Provide clerical and administrative support to the Management Team as needed.
  • Provide support to the Executive Director as needed

General Responsibilities:

  • Maintain effective communication with Farm staff, customers and community.
  • Take an active role in special events and public relations activities.
  • Seek opportunities for professional development and keep with industry standards.

Hours: Part-time, hourly, 25-30 hours per week with the ability to increase hours as the position is learned

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Send your resume to: Shelley Sprang, Executive Director, shelley@pegasusfarm.org

Direct Support Professional

Pegasus Farm is currently seeking a part-time Direct Support Professional (DSP) in Hartville, Ohio. In this role, you will be responsible for supporting individuals served in Pegasus Farm’s Wings Adult Day Services Program with vocational habilitation activities and options as outlined in their Individual Service Plan. This position provides oversight to adults who work in our barns.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Provide formal and informal training on all vocational habilitation activities, assisting the individuals to acquire new skills and increase independence
  • Complete all skill development and support logs, progress notes, individual work records, incident reports and other work-related documents in a timely manner
  • Ensure a healthy and clean work environment for all individuals served
  • Perform administrative functions as needed
  • Take an active role in the Farm’s fundraising, special events and public relation activities
  • Complete all employee time sheets, time off request sheets and submit to direct supervisor in a timely manner


  • A High School Diploma
  • A current certification in CPR and First Aid
  • Previous experience working with individuals with disabilities
  • The ability to lift 25 pounds and carry it for 100 yards
  • A current Ohio Driver’s License
  • An acceptable BCII check with no violations involving abuse, neglect, assault, theft, or other potential client right’s issues
  • The ability to pass all background checks as required by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities
  • The ability to complete and maintain training and/or certification as a Direct Support Professional

Part time


  • Paid time off

If you are interested in this position, please submit a current resume to Karen Layton, karen@pegasusfarm.org 

Non-Medical Transportation Driver

Pegasus Farm is seeking a highly motivated, dedicated individual to work as a Non-Medical Transportation driver. The successful candidate will be part of the Pegasus Farm Direct Support Professional team and help to provide a meaningful work experience by ensuring that the individuals in the Wings Adult Day Services Program have safe and consistent transportation to and from the program. This is a part time position, approximately 15 hours, Monday through Friday.

Supervisor: Adult Services Director

Position Function: Provide Non-Medical Transportation to individuals with disabilities.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide non-medical transportation to individuals with disabilities in a vehicle with a passenger capacity of nine or more individuals.
  • Provide services and support as identified in each assigned person’s Individual Service Plan (ISP) as it pertains to non-medical transportation.
  • Each day the non-medical transportation vehicle is driven, prior to providing transportation to any individual, conduct and document a vehicle inspection on pre-trip inspection sheet.
  • Complete trip documentation for each individual served in accordance with the individual’s ISP in a timely manner.
  • Observe individuals served for signs of illness or changes in health and/or behavior and report to supervisor.
  • Provide behavior support and crisis intervention as needed and supported by the individual’s ISP.


  • Hold a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Training and/or experience in working with individuals with disabilities preferred.
  • Hold a valid license as specified by Ohio law.
  • Have a driving record with no more than six points.
  • Have valid liability insurance as specified by Ohio law.
  • Hold certification in First Aid and CPR
  • Complete testing for controlled substances
  • Have an acceptable BCI check with no violations involving abuse, neglect, assault, theft, or other potential client right’s issues.
  • Must not be listed on the Ohio Abuser Registry list or Nurse Aide registry.
  • Receive annual training in Incidents Adversely Affecting Health and Safety.
  • Ability to safely and effectively operate a vehicle with a passenger capacity of nine or more individuals.

Pay:       Dependent on experience

Part time, mornings and afternoons - approximately 15 hours per week. 


  • Paid time off

If you are interested in this position, please contact Karen Layton, 330-935-2300 ext. 103 or submit a current resume to Karen Layton, karen@pegasusfarm.org