Details: Salary competitive with market
3553 NW 50th Street
The COO reports to the president and is responsible for effective organizational operations, including departmental programs and plans, donor development, staff productivity, and budgets. The COO monitors human resource and staff development needs and makes sure that success measures and benchmarks are articulated, tracked, reported, and assessed. This individual implements policies as set forth by the president and ensures effective implementation and integration of policies into the day-to-day operations.
Key accountabilities: Strategic planning and performance management; policy oversight and compliance management; and staff team development.
Key requirements: At least seven years’ organizational management experience; at least five years’ experience serving on an organization’s management team; at least five years’ experience developing and managing organizational budgets; demonstrated experience with homeless or similar social services programs; demonstrated knowledge about and experience with implementing nonprofit FASB accounting rules and principles; demonstrated experience with seeking, securing, and implementing foundation and government grants and contracts; firsthand experience with fundraising methods including direct appeal, major gifts, gift accounting systems, and prospect management; demonstrated experience with professional accounting software.
Character and competencies: The Miami Rescue Mission seeks an experienced professional with documented success in organizational management—programs and projects, staff leadership and development, planning and plan implementation, and performance management. Candidates must thrive in a service-first, Christian environment. The COO must uphold the promote the purpose of the Mission, part of which is to engage in religious, missionary and evangelical work that is non-denominational in nature; and to understand and embrace the Christian principles upon which the Mission’s programs are founded. The Mission seeks individuals who are passionate about serving the homeless and embrace the Mission’s “no one is homeless” vision; individuals who are highly motivated, are performance focused, are well organized, lead with humility, act and speak with integrity, are committed to mentor leadership, are vision focused, and demonstrate through words, actions, and work experience that they are trustworthy.
Health insurance, paid time off, and retirement benefits are included in the compensation package.
Level of Language Proficiency
English, fluency in Spanish is beneficial
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To apply, send resume with cover letter and three references to James Mueller at email@example.com. If you have questions regarding the position, please feel free to contact Mr. Mueller by email. Please do not contact the Mission directly regarding this position.