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8/13/2019 11:46:10 AM
Operations Manager
 Employer     : CHHA-BC
 From         :
 City         : Vancouver Job type:  Career
 Region       : BC Hours   :  Part-Time
 Country      : CA Duration:  Contract
 Deadline     : 9/11/2019
 Education    : University or above Experience:  5 years or above  
 Salary       : 2000/month
 Description  : The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association, British Columbia Chapter is seeking an Operations Manager. CHHA BC is a not-for-profit organization focused on hearing loss self-help and advocacy, with headquarters to be based in Vancouver.
The Operations Manager will ensure that the business of the organization is carried out and will manage the running of its office. The following will encompass duties of the Operations Manager:
• supervise office staff and volunteers
• oversee budgeting, membership process, reporting, planning and auditing
• ensure all legal and regulatory processes are followed and that documents are filed in accordance with laws and regulations
• oversee outreach, represent CHHA as directed, deliver presentations and respond to inquiries and correspondence
• prepare research briefs and policy statements in accordance with the mission and work plan of the organization
• manage projects of the organization
• provide operational assistance for the annual general meeting and board meetings
• Bachelor’s or Graduate degree in a relevant discipline
• Minimum of five years’ of work experience in a related field
• Experience in management, operations, and leadership
• Ability to innovate, develop, plan and implement projects
• Demonstrated attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks and projects
• Understanding of general finance, fundraising, budgeting, including profit and loss, balance sheet and cash-flow management
• Outstanding oral and written communication skills and the ability to build rapport and consensus with board members, volunteers, staff, and community partners,
• Proven public speaking, interpersonal and problem-solving skills.
• Excellent computer hardware and software skills and use of office equipment
• Adept technical skills including use of assistive technical devices for people with hearing loss (assistive listening devices, loop systems and alerting devices)
• Understanding of hearing loss issues and non-profit organizations

Compensation: $2,000 per month for a half-time position equivalent to a 20-hour work week

Resumes and covering letters are due by Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 to the email of Any enquiries should go to the same email. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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