South Lane Mental Health seeks a Director of Operations to serve as a member of the agency director team, and to participate with that team in the implementation of the agency’s strategic vision and mission. The Director of Operations oversees the financial operations, facilities operations, and human resources operations of South Lane Mental Health.
South Lane Mental Health employs My Accounting Team (MAT) and its staff primary manage accounting duties as well as providing budgetary reporting and analysis. South Lane Mental Health employs a Financial and Bookkeeping Specialist, a Facilities Manager, and a Human Resources Manager. A key role of the Director of Operations is to oversee and supervise these managers and ensure that each department has adequate resources and staff to carry out their responsibilities.
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100% employer payment of health insurance premiums for the employee, plus 100% employer coverage of in-network copays and deductibles.
100% employer payment of dental and vision premiums. 5 weeks Paid Time Off per year.
9 paid holidays per year.
Up to 12 weeks of paid family/medical leave as needed, plus paid bereavement and civic duty leave.
Robust Employee Assistant Program, including gym and wellness discounts and resources for legal and financial advice.
Opportunities for pre-tax contributions to a 403(b) retirement account, and to acquire supplemental insurances (disability, life, etc.)
Eligibility for state and federal student loan forgiveness/repayment programs. Flexible schedules.
Exceptional culture where employees are supported, trusted and treated as adults.
South Lane Mental Health is committed to fostering an environment of diversity and inclusion. Studies have shown that qualified individuals frequently do not apply for positions if they feel that they do not perfectly meet all the listed requirements. SLMH encourages applications from people who have gained the knowledge, skills, and abilities to be successful in this role through both typical and atypical means. One way to have gained the knowledge and skills to be successful in this role would be:
Bachelor’s Degree or greater in the areas of business management, finance, non-profit administration, or equivalent experience.
Minimum of four years progressively responsible management experience.
Experience in social services, mental health, or other public health service agency preferred.
Technical and management knowledge in non-profit or behavioral health administration, finance, facilities management, and human resources.
History of managing, supervising, and coaching a range of staff in a safe and supportive workplace.
Ability to prioritize tasks, coordinate completion of duties within teams, and prioritize time and resources effectively.
Ability to balance the clinical service mission and cultural values of the agency with practical business and financial needs.
Ability to interact positively with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Sound computer skills.