Part time (10-30 hrs/wk)
The HANDLE Institute is an innovative nonprofit dedicated to individuals with neurodevelopmental challenges and supporting the providers who assist them to function easier and be happier. The HANDLE Institute envisions a world in which loving and connected people - aware of interrelating factors that contribute to struggles experienced in sensation, function, or interaction - live in acceptance of neurodiversity and empower one another in gentle ways. We believe that everyone has dreams worth hearing, value to contribute, and reasons to be grateful. The Institute has chosen the Sociocratic organizational structure [Learn More], providing a voice to all involved.
The Executive Operations Manager is responsible for managing day to day operations of the organization and ensuring the volunteers, as individuals and committees, are on task and supported. There is opportunity to provide creative input as the organization develops and grows. The Executive Operations Manager’s responsibilities include other administrative and program support as determined by the Sociocratic Top Circle (similar to a Board of Directors).
· Oversee day to day operations
· Recruit, support and manage volunteers
· Provide timely communication with all stakeholders
· Data input, tracking and reporting
· Keep accurate and timely data of day to day operations and volunteer coordination
· Report to the Top Circle (Board) and participate in Top Circle meetings with decision making rights
· Participate in other Circle (committee) meetings with decision making rights
· Coordinate meetings, organization wide communication and task delegation
· Recruit and retain new volunteers and community partners
· Perform other duties as agreed upon
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Well organized and works well with deadlines
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Ability to work virtually and tech savvy including Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, Zoom, general comfort with online databases and platforms
- Driven, takes initiative, professionally responsible, can work independently
- Ability to translate policy goals into a series of specific actionable tasks.
- Preferred 3 year commitment
- Must have cultural awareness and an enthusiastic interest in supporting individuals and families whose lives are affected by neurodevelopmental challenges.
- Experience and comfort working in a highly collaborative team setting
[Available 15-25 hrs/week, which includes participating in frequent video-conferences at different times of day (to accommodate staff in various time-zones).]
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
· Experience managing others preferred
· College graduate or equivalent experience
Note: This is a volunteer position. We appreciate your time, energy and talents in supporting our organizational work and in exchange will provide you with the following:
· Flexible location: This is a virtual position
· Flexible schedule: Administrative tasks can be completed at any time. Video-conferences can be scheduled as convenient except for two mandatory meetings set for every first and second Friday of month at 3 pm Eastern.
· Career building: Sociocratic management coaching
· Access to HANDLE training and services (TBD)
- Training Provided
How To Apply
To apply please send cover letter and resume in Word or pdf format. Due to the number of applicants we will only respond to viable candidates. We will attempt to respond promptly.