The Operations Director is part of EAC’s core leadership team and is responsible for the organization’s financial management, business operations, personnel administration, grant performance and monitoring, and information and technology management. The Operations Director supports the Executive Director in reviewing staff performance and goal setting. The Operations Director works closely with the Executive Director and leadership team to determine and implement fiscal strategies to fulfill the organization’s mission and meet operational goals. This position requires the Operations Director to work from the office in Point Reyes Station ideally three (minimum two) days a week and includes the option to work one day remotely subject to the approval of the Executive Director.
Professional experience in operations and management supporting teams to meet organizational goals.
Strategic thinker who understands how operations and finances support broader organization mission.
Extensive knowledge of QuickBooks. Experience in office software, and strong technical skills.
Experience in dealing with vendors (utilities, contracts, etc.).
Proven ability to use financial models, and control expenses, while creating the fiscal systems necessary to support growth.
Experience in nonprofit financial management.
Strong knowledge of nonprofit accounting practices, annual audits, and grant management.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Team player, good with people and developing relationships including with funders.
Support EAC’s fundraising efforts.
Experience managing staff and handling human resources items.
Aligned with EAC’s mission and shared environmental values, as well as committed to DEIJ values.
Spanish language proficiency.
Tax preparation experience including 1099s, sales tax, etc.
Experience running payroll.
Experience with government contracts.
Graduate or higher-level education (e.g., nonprofit/public administration, MBA, etc.).
Experience developing internal operating procedures.
About Environmental Action Committee of West Marin
We protect and sustain the unique lands, waters, and biodiversity of
West Marin through advocacy, education, and engagement.