A community services organization focused on promoting dignity, self-determination, and well-being of children and families is seeking a Chief Operating Officer. Under direct supervision of the Executive Director and Board of Directors, this position assists by performing a variety of administrative functions in order to ensure the health and effectiveness of the agency and its employees. The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for the business support/management of the daily operations, Agency mission, vision and values.
Responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of annual plans of excellence including risk, accessibility, strategy, technology and safety.
Oversee and manage Agency operations including information systems, maintenance and telecom, quality and community services.
Oversee the development of Agency marketing and fundraising plans and strategies.
Work with leadership team and Board of Directors to develop internal policies, goals, and best practices.
Oversee annual budget process for administrative services, buildings, acquisitions, and capital projects. Assist Chief Financial Officer where necessary in developing budgets and fiscal strategy.
Ensure the completion of all projects, contracts, and other commitments in a timely manner.
Assure the maintenance of accurate minutes of Board and other critical meetings.
Responsible for asset development and strategic implementation.
Assist with preparation of reports, grant applications, proposals, and other materials. Complete and edit detailed, complex written reports in coordination with Agency program and department staff.
Prepare and maintain administrative files including contracts and Board documents.
Ensure management/oversight of all correspondence, contracts, proposals and other communications are in compliance with the Agency's policies and procedures.
Ensuring that all building and equipment are maintained to applicable standards.
Along with the Executive Director, act as a liaison between the Agency and the Board of Directors.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree in Business, Public or Health Administration preferred.
Five years of experience performing a broad range of administrative, operational, and fiscal duties at a management level.
Supervisory experience required.
Experience in the non-profit/social service sector highly preferred.
Professional oral and written communication skills.
Youth for Change is a non-profit, public benefit organization licensed by the State of California to provide comprehensive treatment, education and support services in our community. Established in 1991, the Youth for Change team has continually developed community partnerships for the purpose of championing the well-being of children and families. Our programs are dynamic and respond flexibly to community and family needs.