Inneract Project is looking for an Operations Manager, responsible for managing our organization’s mission and strategic objectives. Areas of responsibility include working closely with the Executive Director, overseeing all aspects of nonprofit finance, human resources, information technology needs, and office operations.
The Operations Manager will also be responsible for providing seamless coordination and optimal support of programmatic activities and collaborative integration across volunteers, external partners and internal teams.
Administrative and General
- Develop and implement process and policies to support the organization’s mission.
Run Inneract Projects day-to-day operations.
- Oversee contract negotiations and maintain accurate records.
- Maintain database of teachers, parents and donors, oversee the maintenance of all records.
- Assist Executive Director in managing Human Resource functions including: Benefits, Payroll, personnel practices, employee records, employee handbook
Accounting and Finance
- Manage budget and provide ongoing analysis and reports detailing monthly and yearly performance, actual to budget comparisons, end of year projections and other relevant details that support Executive Director, finance committee, Board of Directors.
- Working with Company Accountant and Bookkeeper, manage and monitor all functions of nonprofit Finance and Accounting including: AP, AR, cash management.
- Develop/implement nonprofit organizational financial strategies, policies, systems and controls.
- Guide financial and administrative operations matters.
Board and Committees
- Act as staff liaison preparing agendas and reports, and working closely with the Treasurer, ensure accurate meeting minutes and Committee guidance through annual budget and audit processes.
- Provide information and insight to the board on financial operations and assist the Treasurer to present monthly and year-end reports to the board.
- Participate with staff and board in strategic planning and organization events.
- Bachelors degree with experience in education, art, early childhood education, or other related discipline.
- Work experience in nonprofit finance and budget management, preferably in an art oriented organization.
- Understanding of basic design principles.
- Demonstrated success managing the financial, human resources, and business operations of a non-profit organization.
- Highly organized and detail-oriented. Accurate, timely, and consistent in performance of duties.
- Advanced knowledge and skills in nonprofit finance and basic accounting and direct experience working with Windows/Office Suite, Google Docs and QuickBooks required.
- Skill with risk management and insurance liabilities issues, and in contracting and reporting processes.
- Entrepreneurial, but will to get into day to day problem solving.
- Exciting about mentor team volunteers.
- Great written and verbal skills.
Salary and Benefits:
This is a full-time position with benefits.
To apply for this position, please send a link and/or resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Inneract Project is a nonprofit program focused on providing underserved youth access to design and training through free design classes and initiatives. We work with youth as early as middle school in order to introduce them to the field of design and channel their creativity into careers.