Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles (PSR-LA) has experienced significant growth over the past two years and we are currently seeking an Operations Manager who will work closely with the organization’s leadership team to support internal operational functions, while helping improve, develop and maintain administrative management systems for a growing organization.
The Operations Manager will support PSR-LA’s leadership team in the areas of bookkeeping, budgeting, financial management and human resources, as well as the development and upkeep of administrative and technological systems. The Operations Manager is also responsible for general office management and will need to be comfortable with managing and creating online processes since the organization is currently operating in a virtual environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Commitment to social, environmental and racial justice
- Experience in Quickbooks or other accounting software required
- Familiar with generally accepted accounting principles and non-profit accounting
- Familiar with labor and personnel laws and practices
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and database programs
- Experience in project coordination
- At least 3-5 years of experience working in nonprofit administration preferred
- Office management experience preferred
- Technologically savvy and comfortable navigating and learning new tech systems
- Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills, and ability to learn new skills that the job requires
Employment Status: Full-Time Exempt Salaried
Location: Position is based in Los Angeles, CA. We are temporarily working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, qualified applicants should reside in the Metro Los Angeles region and be able to work in a Los Angeles based office when social distancing restrictions are lifted.
Compensation: Salary ranging from $55,000 – $60,000 based on experience. PSR-LA offers a robust benefits package that includes employer paid healthcare, dental, vision premiums for employees and dependents, as well as paid time off, professional development and staff wellness benefits.
PSR-LA is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. In addition, the organization will consider for employment, qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring. PSR-LA is also an affirmative action employer. People of color, women, and LGBTQ are strongly encouraged to apply.
Preferred Start Date: October 2020
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume for consideration to email@example.com.
Deadline: September 8th, 2020
About Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles (PSR-LA)
PSR-LA is a physician membership organization focused on supporting environmental justice communities and promoting policies centered on the needs of front line communities. We address issues from nuclear threats to toxic chemicals from a public health perspective that is rooted in First Do No Harm. Working with health professionals and impacted communities, we build capacity to address the environmental health and justice threats facing disadvantaged communities. For over a decade PSR-LA has worked with a broad range of community-based organizations, health professionals and residents who are impacted by the cumulative impacts of racism, poverty and pollution. Focusing specifically on issues of toxic chemicals, air pollution, healthy land uses, equitable development, and the threats posed by nuclear weapons, PSR-LA provides health education, research, and policy solutions and we engage a wide range of groups, communities, and health professionals. Our work builds power for collective action to protect human health and the environment.
The majority of PSR-LA staff members are people of color and for the last 20 years our growth has been led by a woman of color. Our work is deeply aligned with the environmental justice movement and we are emerging as a strong public health voice for a just transition from the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis. By addressing the health harms of the extractive economy and the need to shift our collective resources from military spending, we seek to reverse the harm from racism, poverty and pollution. Our collective work to build a more caring, restorative economy demonstrates how the health voice can support the creation of resilient communities.