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Transportation Choices Coalition seeks an experienced Operations Manager to lead the internal operations of our organization. The Operations Manager works closely with the organization’s leadership team to develop and run internal policies, financial protocols, and office management. Tasks range from administrative tasks such as scheduling, filing, and ordering materials to organizational operations work including income and expense budgeting, supporting hiring and onboarding new staff, and developing HR protocols. We are looking for someone passionate about cultivating an adaptive people-centered culture grounded in advancing racial equity and social justice along with strong employee performance and engagement.
This is a fast-paced job and requires the ability to time manage toward deadlines, switch tasks frequently, and be detail-oriented. As part of a small and mighty team, they will assist in other cross-functional work, including racial equity work and event support. The Operations Manager reports to the Deputy Director, and works closely with contractors such as TCC’s accountant, IT professional, and HR and racial equity consultants.
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