ArtsBoston

31 Saint James AvenueSuite 360
Boston, MA 02116
http://www.artsboston.org
customerservice@artsboston.org

Date Posted:
July 26, 2019

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Operations/Finance

Type:
Full-Time

Operations Manager

Description:

The Operations Manager works with the Executive Director and supervises a Part-Time Bookkeeper to:

1. Ensure ArtsBoston’s day-to-day operations run smoothly

2. Lead Human Resources and Finance functions

3. Support a wide range of critical operational administrative duties


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Finance

· Ensure all aspects of ArtsBoston Financial systems and processes run smoothly

· Lead annual budgeting process and ensure annual goals are monitored

· Work with bookkeeper on weekly, monthly, and annual finance reporting – including annual audit and required filings

· Create budgets and financial tracking for grants and programs

· Work with Treasurer to lead Finance Committee communications and meetings

· Work with Executive Director on long-range financial planning

Human Resources

· Administer HR paperwork and reporting including payroll processing.

· Ensure all HR systems are up to date an in compliance with all regulations

· Create onboarding process and materials for new hires that reflects organizational culture

· Coordinate ongoing trainings to build team morale and ensure a joyous, respectful work environment

· Maintain and expand employee benefits and ensure participation

· Act as point person for any HR questions or issues that arise

Operations and Administration

· Execute and maintain leases, contracts, and vendor relationships

· Maintain infrastructure and technology systems with IT consultants

· Oversee office management, including supply orders and organization, and equipment maintenance needs

· Manage logistics and record-keeping for staff, Board, and other meetings.

· Other duties as required

Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent); 3-5 years of experience working in non-profit finance or operations

· Excellent writing skills with a demonstrated ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, including editing and creating original materials

· Knowledge of and passion for Greater Boston’s performing and visual arts communities

· Knowledge of non-profit accounting

· Good judgment with the ability to effectively manage the expectations of others, make sound decisions within the scope of the job, and elevate issues as needed

· An optimistic attitude and ability to motivate people

· Demonstrated ability as a “self-starter” who shows the initiative to carry assignments beyond the original instruction in anticipation of future opportunities

· Strong organizational skills, deadline and service driven, and team oriented

How To Apply:

This position is full-time, Mon-Fri with occasional weekend and evening hours required for special events. Salary is commensurate with experience but budgeted at approximately $50,000 - $55,000. ArtsBoston offers amazing benefits including 100% medical insurance, 100% dental, an FSA plan, life insurance, long-term and short-term disability, and a 401k retirement savings plan PLUS frequent opportunities to attend arts performances and events. ArtsBoston is committed to hiring individuals who reflect the diversity of Greater Boston. People of color, members of the LGBTQ community, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
Submit your cover letter and resume tojobs@artsboston.org. Please put “Operations Manager” in the subject line. We will be interviewing on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Apply by:
July 27, 2019
Salary:
$50,000-$55,000
About this Organization:
A nonprofit founded in 1975, ArtsBoston provides our 175+ members with the research, support, and expertise they need to grow and diversify. We do this by: building relationships across every sector of our civic life; developing award-winning programs to stimulate demand and raise attendance; and helping businesses, government, and non-profits understand the value of an investment in the arts, culture and creativity. With a reach of over 1 million arts consumers, we are vital to the health and success of the arts sector in Greater Boston.