We’re hiring! Join the LSA team as our Manager of Operations

With a decade of successes now under our belt, LSA is ready to take the organization’s impact to the next level and is seeking a creative, organized, collaborative, and resourceful team member to help build and refine systems, streamline and manage communications and procedures, and keep the organization operating smoothly. He/She/They will be integral in establishing a solid foundation for the growth of Living Streets Alliance.

 

Living Streets Alliance is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to fostering an environment that is inclusive and welcoming for diverse board and staff members with different backgrounds, identities, and lived experiences. By welcoming “diversity,” we mean that our office culture embraces differences in gender expression and identity, age, culture, ancestry, ethnicity, race, color, sexual orientation, physical ability, learning style, religion, familial status, marital status, occupation, veteran status, nationality, citizenship, socio-economic status, and the many forms of composite subjectivity and life experiences. LSA acknowledges the role transportation planning has played in creating and exacerbating racial and socioeconomic inequities and recognizes the need for centering and elevating voices that are traditionally underrepresented in transportation planning and decision-making spaces. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) individuals, people from working class backgrounds, women, and LGBTQ+ people.

 

Salary

This is a non-exempt, part-time $22-$24/hour position depending on depth of experience, with the potential to become a full-time position

Role

The Manager of Operations will provide administrative support, work closely with the Executive Director to move forward systems and processes for optimal business operations, and support team members in developing and implementing mission-critical events, programs, and initiatives.

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Administrative Support (80%)
    • Partner with the Executive Director in creating processes and systems that will help the organization grow by streamlining and leveraging technology
    • Research, develop, propose and implement solutions around technology, best practices, and business systems, and bring processes and procedures into alignment with organizational values
    • Coordinate proposal preparation, contract delivery and interact with partners, vendors and donors as makes sense
    • Lead HR, talent acquisition/retention processes when needed, including the development of Job Descriptions and hiring/onboarding processes
    • Monitor compliance and reporting as they pertain to 501(c)(3) and business standing
    • Manage facilities
    • Work closely with bookkeeper (independent contractor) to monitor finances, deliver reports, and inform budgets
  • Program Support (10%)
    • Support the team in moving forward program or service specific initiatives
    • Support events needs from participating in planning, to preparation and day-of/on-site management
  • Donor Management & Fundraising Support (10%)
    • Work closely with CRM (donor database) consultant to monitor fund development, deliver reports, and manage donor cultivation tasks; support the team in board and donor retention and outreach

Essential Skills & Qualifications

  • Minimum of 2 years of work experience in an administrative/office management role
  • Excellent attention to detail and organizing ability
  • Ability to self-start and lead projects with minimal supervision; strong desire and ability to learn quickly
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal – including digital communication and other technology communication networks or channels
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive, QuickBooks Online, and other back office support systems
  • Proven problem-solver and able to conduct research, present/compare options and walk teams to a solution
  • Highly collaborative and continuous learner with a desire to grow with the organization; ability to co-create
  • Deep connection to the mission of Living Streets Alliance and the values of the organization (innovation, equity, inclusivity, integrity, collaboration)
  • Flexible schedule to work evenings and weekends as needed
  • Demonstrated multicultural competency
  • Interest in and passion for transportation equity, justice, and antiracism
  • Experience utilizing alternative modes of transportation on occasion
  • Reside in Tucson

Nice to Haves

  • Nonprofit experience
  • Familiarity with payroll procedures and processing
  • Conversational Spanish proficiency
  • Experience in bookkeeping, financial operations, and budget development
  • Familiarity with standards and practices that ensure compliance with labor and other administrative regulations, particularly those applicable to nonprofits
  • Ability to use or learn to use social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and other digital communication tools (Google Drive, Microsoft Suite, Slack)

Benefits

Creative, collaborative and mission driven environment within an organization that has tremendous local impact

  • Flexible work schedule that can start part time and grow to full time
  • Close-knit team who are passionate about the work and dedicated to learning together
  • Open PTO and a focus on work-life balance
  • Group Health Insurance

Click here to apply*

 

*Note: because of our limited capacity at the moment (hence the need for this position!), we are working with The Talent Store—a woman-owned, Tucson-based small business—to help facilitate the hiring process.

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