COMPASSION OVER KILLING Remote
Nov 20, 2019Remote Work
Specifics: Terms of employment: Full-time, exempt Reports to: General Counsel/Senior Director of Operations & Compliance Supervises: Office Manager Location: Remote (Washington, DC office optional) Benefits: Remote work, flexible hours, health benefits, room for advancement Salary: competitive. commensurate with experience Overview: Compassion Over Killing (COK) is a national non-profit animal protection charity working to disrupt animal agribusiness and create a kinder world for all. COK is seeking a Director of Operations to oversee the organization’s operational function, manage and fulfill HR needs, and assist with finance management. Position Objective: Implement, monitor, build upon, and revise, as needed, COK’s operational systems and procedures to ensure federal, state, and local HR and financial compliance, improve internal processes, enhance internal efficiency, increase productivity, and accelerate growth. Work closely with General Counsel/Senior Director of Operations & Compliance and Office Manager to meet internal and external requirements of the organization. Primary Responsibilities: Manage and ensure that each department's operational function is performed in a timely and efficient manner in accordance with pre-defined goals Develop policies and procedures to ensure clear and consistent execution of programs and operations Oversee and improve internal management, communications, staff coaching, and continued education Facilitate and help manage interdepartmental communications to improve efficiency and flow of information Review and update existing organizational operating procedures on a regular basis and establish new procedures as needed Take lead on providing overall human resources services, including payroll, workers’ compensation, staff benefits, taxes, insurance, and federal/state/local compliance Execute staff onboarding and termination Take lead on coordinating yearly audit and requisite federal/state submissions Liaise with third parties, including accountant, audit firm, and insurance brokers Ensure compliance with organizational policies Review, update, and maintain job descriptions on an annual basis Promote positive and productive work culture Manage personnel matters Assist with planning staff retreats Assist with employee relations and conduct troubleshooting, training programs, and disciplinary action as needed Assist in budget management and reporting, as well as, tracking overall goals and departmental expenses Oversee process to evaluate overall performance by gathering, analyzing, and interpreting data and metrics Qualifications/Who We’re Looking For: Masters preferred or BA/BS degree in business, management, and/or non-profit management Proven experience (3+ years) in management of multiple department coordination, human resources, and finance. Project management or equivalent certifications preferred. Excellent complex problem solving skills and analytical skills Extremely detail-oriented and organized Strong writing, public speaking, and communications skills and experience Positive, assertive, and outgoing attitude, and strong interpersonal and social skills Familiarity with ADP, Zenefits (or similar platforms), and banking systems required Familiarity with Salesforce, Expensify, and Google Drive a plus Commitment to the core values of the organization Submit resume and cover letter.