Are you ready to combine your business and nonprofit experience to drive an award-winning nonprofit to even greater productivity?
Do you revel in keeping all the headquarters operations of a nonprofit humming?
The Chief Administration Officer (CAO) is a NEW full-time REMOTE position reporting to the Bpeace part-time CEO who splits her time between Long Island and Florida. You will work closely with our full-time Chief Program Officer (CPO) in North Carolina who is responsible for all field operations.
We are looking for a mission-focused, process-minded, seasoned professional with both business and nonprofit experience. This is a hands-on role that requires delegating and managing both full time staff and part-time contractors.
Broadly, CAO activities focus on three headquarters core areas, constituent marketing and management, finance, and administrative oversight.
Constituent Marketing & Management
Communications and marketing to keep donors and volunteers engaged and increase our reputation. All typical tools are being used: newsletters; social media; testimonials, case histories; videos, storytelling, etc.; Manage all communications channels including website, social media, blogs, newsletters, online photo and video libraries, etc.; Supervise six part-time remote independent contractors.
Skillanthropist Management to ensure new Skillanthropists are integrated into Bpeace quickly and existing Skillanthropists continue to feel Bpeace meets their expectations.
Donor and volunteer administrative management implement Salesforce and other tools to optimize our ability to develop these relationships. This includes creating a vibrant onboarding experience for new volunteers. We currently have 350+ volunteers, and onboard approximately 60 a year.
Financial management Develop and manage a realistic organization budget; ensure compliance with the requirements of our external independent auditor.
Fundraising including managing: our annual appeal, our Major Gifts officer, two annual New York events. Estimated income projection for all of these activities in the next 12 months is $400,000.
Human Resource Management to recruit and onboard new staff and part-time consultants; and ensure our two full-time staff in the U.S. and our two full-time consultants in the field have clear roles and responsibilities.
Corporate Governance and Compliance Management that includes orchestrating regular Board calls/meetings, Board minutes; keeping the Board accountable on their give/get and new Board Director development.
Process and protocol standardization of what our Chief Program Officer and her team in the field develops, so that as we expand into new countries, we maintain our excellence.
Data analysis that measures effectiveness of program impact and our communication efforts.
Both business and nonprofit experience.
An experienced manager with strong operational focus, good judgement, strong writing skills, and sharp analytical capabilities.
10+ years’ experience that includes building and managing relationships with large groups of volunteers and donors; facility with the tools required to manage these groups.
Excellent corporate communication and marketing writing skills.
Experience in fiscal planning, budgeting and reporting.
Knowledge of regulations, laws, and infrastructures governing the nonprofit sector.
Based in the U.S. with the ability to travel to New York City twice a year for several days per trip. Proximity to North Carolina is a plus.
Experience in overseeing Salesforce implementation and ensuring those systems are customized for Bpeace purposes.
Proven ability to manage people remotely across myriad functional areas.
Highly flexible, with the ability to cope in diverse situations and with people of diverse cultures.
Highly proficient in Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
Demonstrated ability and willingness to both DO and MANAGE.
Resourceful, organized, excellent attention to detail.
Adept in change management; inspiring, training and managing staff at all levels.
Able to provide clear and organized direction especially around creative briefs.
International experience is a plus.
It essential that the CAO bring an energetic leadership style, and a practiced and proven eye to create efficient and effective systems to increase the sustainability of the organization. It is also critical that the candidate can contribute to the collaborative problem solving and creative spark that drives the Bpeace model.
At the headquarters level, the CAO will ensure Bpeace deploys well-articulated processes and appropriate technology to maintain efficiency and impact and stretch donor dollars. S/he must be comfortable with our nimble nature and commitment to a continuous feedback loop to analyze what’s working or not; adjust and advance.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: COMPENSATION
Compensation will be defined in line with nonprofit industry standards to reflect our size and sector and the geographic location in which the candidate is home-based.
All Bpeace-related expenses, including travel, will be reimbursed.
Bpeace is an award-winning nonprofit that provides impactful business advice to companies in conflict-affected communities, where women are underemployed and where we believe more jobs can cut the oxygen to violence.
In 2019 we are operating in El Salvador, Guatemala and Lebanon.
Bpeace “Skillanthropists” volunteer their skills and knowledge, both on-site and remotely, to help businesses in these countries grow, create jobs, become more profitable and secure a future for their workers and communities.
In 2018, Bpeace provided $2 million in pro bono consulting services to 77 businesses that in turn generated $183 million in revenue, provided over 5,000 jobs and supported more than 20,000 family members. More than 60% of these businesses are women-owned or led.
Bpeace has operated since 2002, and we’ve consistently maintained a stellar reputation among our donors and partners, both corporate and nonprofit. We have a talented and motivated staff, an engaged Board of Directors and 350+ Skillanthropists from 14 countries.