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Part Time Operations Manager

On The Rise

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Please see our website to learn about On The Rise and see a detailed job description: http://ontherise.org/.

The Operations Manager role is an opportunity for an experienced administrative professional to work at a managerial level in a part-time (24 hours per week) schedule. The Operations Manager supervises two full-time Operations Associates responsible for the essential administrative functions of the organization, and manages/coordinates: an external bookkeeping service, an outsourced IT company, a payroll service, a cleaning service, and other contracted services. The position reports to the Executive Director. Due to the broad scope of responsibilities, the Operations Manager also has a “dotted line” reporting relationship with the Director of Programs and works closely with the Safe Haven Manager.

Areas of responsibility: Financial and accounting – Facility and office management – Human resources – Contracts, insurance and risk management – Information technology

Qualifications: Commitment to On The Rise’s mission and programmatic approach – BS in accounting and minimum 5 years of related work experience required – Supervisory experience required – Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) and QuickBooks required – High degree of comfort with technology and online applications needed (PC environment) – Direct service experience or exposure to homeless/trauma a plus

To apply: Please email resume and cover letter to martha.sandler@ontherise.org with “Operations Manager” in the subject header.