Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Minimum: $40,000

Published

08/24/2018

Start Date

09/24/2018

Application Deadline

09/07/2018

Address

1632 U Street, NW
Washington
DC
20009
United States

Description

Description:

Founded in 1996, Smith Center for Healing and the Arts is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit health, education, and arts organization. Our mission is to develop and promote healing practices that explore physical, emotional, and mental resources that lead to life-affirming changes for people affected by cancer. 

 

Job Responsibilities:

In coordination with the Deputy Director, the Operations Coordinator will work to ensure day-to-day functioning of the organization, as well as provide administrative, logistical support to all departments within the organization.

 

Administrative Support/Reception

·     Coordinate and oversee all administrative needs of a professional, organized and well-run office

·     Responsible for all front desk/reception duties including answering telephones and welcoming visitors and directing to appropriate staff members/departments

·     Maintain office systems and files (calendars, telephones, shared drives, shared office files including memberships, vendors, equipment, etc.)

·     Provide first response computer and tech support to office staff

·     Oversee and coordinate organization’s IT vendor

·     Triage and respond to organization’s email inquiries

·     Oversee the organization’s resource center healing library

·     Collaborate to ensure improvement and implementation of operations systems, processes and policies, in support of the organization’s mission

·     Manage and maintain office supply inventory

·     Supervise operations intern(s) to ensure effective telephone and mail communications both internally and externally to maintain professional image

·     Assist with Board meeting preparation and communication

 

Finance Support

·     Assist with weekly finance processing

·     Assist with managing operations departmental budget

·     Negotiate procurement of office supplies, furniture, and office equipment for the entire staff in accordance with policies and budgetary restrictions

 

Human Resource Support

·     Maintain and regularly update all operational manuals and handbooks

·     Assist with new employee on-boarding by coordinating orientations and meetings and conducting equipment, communications and general operations orientations

·     Assist with employee, volunteer and internship recruitment through placing ads, screening applicants when necessary and forwarding to appropriate department.

 

Facilities Support

·     Oversee the maintenance and alteration of office areas and equipment as well as housekeeping of office facilities

·     Oversee and coordinate all operations vendor relations and communications

·     Oversee the maintenance of and usage of all office equipment including staff training on equipment and basic office procedures

·     Oversee all building maintenance according to internal standards and budgetary restrictions

 

Qualifications

·     Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Nonprofit Administration, Business Management or similar fields preferred – other degrees are welcome

·     Nonprofit experience preferred

·     2-3+ years related office operations experience required

·     Demonstrated multitasking, time management and negotiation skills

·     Exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills

·     Ability to handle confidential information with discretion

·     Experience working in team or collaborative environments

·     Ability to work autonomously; self-starter with excellent initiative

·     Exceptional proficiency in Microsoft Office, Macintosh required

·     Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite preferred

·     Experience in computer problem solving preferred

·     Tech savvy skills preferred

·     Friendly, outgoing, flexible and positive attitude, a must

·     Desire to grow professionally in the field of nonprofit operations, finance, and human resources preferred

·     Knowledge of cancer, arts and healthcare and integrative healthcare a plus

·     Fully embraces Smith Center’s mission and values

Benefits

Competitive benefits including dental, vision, life, vacation, sick/personal and holiday time

 

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

michelle@smithcenter.org
http://www.smithcenter.org

Please send your resume with cover letter explaining why you want to work at Smith Center as well as why specifically we should consider your application for the Operations Coordinator position (maximum 2 pages). Send all materials to Deputy Director Michelle Clermont at: Michelle@smithcenter.org


We strongly encourage you to visit our website and learn more about Smith Center and services we provide before applying for this position.


Phone inquiries will not be returned.


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