Purpose: To oversee the finance, human resources, communications, and IT departments.
Professional Relationships: The Operations Manager will serve under the Operations Director.
Summary: Are you passionate about initiating church planting movements? Do you thrive in leadership and administration? If so, then we have a place for you! The Operations Manager forms a crucial role in the success of the ministry, through enhancing clear communications across the organization and building a strong infrastructure that will allow International Project to grow dynamically in the coming years.
Responsibilities: Finance • Oversee bookkeeper and ensure proper protocol is followed. • Manage all grants and participate in grant applications and reporting. • Coordinate with Treasurer for periodic review of books and any other audits or financial reports that are required. • Manage payroll and proper payment and filings of taxes and other liabilities. • Creating and maintaining department and overall budget process for the organization each year. Human Resources • Maintain all employee and partner files, in accordance with all applicable laws and best practices. • Ensure International Project policies and procedures for employees, team members, partners, and volunteers follows proper protocol and best practices. • Prepare all position descriptions and provide to communications and mobilization departments for advertising. • Cultivate an encouraging culture by developing relationships of trust with missionaries. • Provide care and/or referrals to qualified member care services to the IP staff. • Manage all pre-field coaching and processes after acceptance. • Design and implement a support raising coaching program. • Produce reports and briefs when needed regarding team • Ensure effective systems to track progress. General Operations • Ensure ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance, human resources, communications, IT; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals. • Implement effective systems to track progress, so as to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, donors, and other constituents. • Develop a yearly operational plan for approval by the Board. • Deepen and refine all aspects of communications with the goal of creating a stronger brand. • Manage IT strategies, needs, and contract with outside workers when necessary. • Produce reports, presentations, and briefs for all areas of the organization.
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree in related field, preferred. • Church or missions experience, preferred • Management and leadership experience, required • Strong communications skills • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, and familiar with Quickbooks and web-based communications • Ability to raise partial personal support as well as manage operations budget • Uphold a close and growing relationship with Jesus Christ • Ability to think strategically and lead other leaders with vision and diplomacy • Must participate in The Bridge Network of house churches. • Must agree with International Project’s Philosophy of Ministry.
The vision of International Project is to see church planting movements as we engage unreached people groups and ethnic communities in New York City and beyond. Through our EQUIP training, long term ministry and bi-vocational ministry teams, and week-long “Seed Weeks," you can be a part of a team and a community of believers who have a passion to see God’s name glorified among the nations. We'd love to talk more with you about how you can get involved!