It is recognized in Alberta as a fundamental principle and as a matter of public policy that all persons are equal. Diversity and inclusion are values supported by Horse Racing Alberta (HRA).
Security Investigator Role Description:
Security Investigators report to the Assistant Director of Regulatory. They are responsible for ensuring safety and security on racetrack grounds. They ensure that everyone is acting in a lawful and orderly manner. They also perform surveillance activities and drug test personnel as required.
HRA is a not-for-profit corporation governed by individuals who represent various racetrack and breeding organizations and the general public. HRA licenses horse racetracks in Alberta and administers the rules that guide the conduct of officials, owners, trainers, and jockeys during horsing events.The mandate of Horse Racing Alberta (HRA) is defined by the Horse Racing Alberta Act, and states that HRA will:
HRA’s core business strives to stabilize, enhance, and ensure the growth and integrity of the Alberta horse racing and breeding industry in Alberta.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a properly formatted (PDF) cover letter along with their resume clearly indicating how their experience has prepared them for this role.
Sit with anyone who works with horses for ten minutes, and you will undoubtedly hear stories of the good and the bad, from long ago and more recently, and always about the one that got away.
These stories are what we want to hear from you!
Send them to us. If you found it interesting, then other people in the horse industry probably will too. Whether it’s about people, horses, or even other four-legged critters, these stories are best when shared.
Also, we are revamping the Horse Racing Alberta website. What changes do you think we should make? What content would you like to see?
Drop us a line and tell us what’s on your mind. Give us the best that you have, and we will do our best so everyone else gets to enjoy it too!