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Director of Operations

The Hill Havurah is seeking a Director of Operations to join our growing team of professional staff to administer and coordinate the Havurah’s activities and programs. The role requires a mission-focused individual with experience building and maintaining organizational systems and processes. The Director will work alongside our dynamic Rabbi Hannah Spiro, and among a group of diverse, talented individuals. 

The Role

This is a dynamic, full-time position requiring flexibility and collaboration. The Director of Operations will administer and coordinate many of the Havurah’s activities, support our Rabbi and education programs, and oversee the work of a part time Operations Assistant. The position may require working on some weekends and holidays to meet the demands of the Jewish calendar and other events. The position is open until filled.  If interested, please submit a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume that includes professional references to DirectorPosition@hillhavurah.org.  

Overall Responsibilities

 Board Support: Assist Treasurer in development and management of annual budgets, tracking membership, and manage daily income and expenses. Work with Board Members to publish weekly online newsletter.

Facilities: Manage business aspects including space, contracts, licenses, and insurance.

Events: Manage major events, including High Holidays and other major Jewish holidays. Procure and oversee related supplies for events and schools.

Technology: Manage website and data systems (membership, school enrollment, financial, event registrations).

Finance: Manage payroll, reimbursements, bank accounts, credit cards, bookkeeping and accounts payable in collaboration with outside accountant.

Human Resource: Manage part time employees. Assist in teacher and student recruitment.

Licensing: Secure annual licensing for pre-school and ensure all requirements are up to date.

 

Required Qualifications and Experience

  • College degree required.  
  • A proven track record of success as a collaborative internal manager with strong organizational skills.
  • Experience with a range of business functions and systems, including planning, budgeting, finance, website and operations (preferably in a not for profit/faith based environment) and events management. Comfortable with technology including basic website maintenance, MS-Office, Google Suite, and QuickBooks.
  • Experience with event planning and administration. 
  • Knowledge of Jewish traditions: life cycle events, Shabbat, Jewish Holidays, basic Hebrew terms, and religious practices.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Sat, May 25 2019 20 Iyar 5779