Managing Director

Managing Director

Managing Director

  • Full Time
  • Senior Level
  • Applications have closed
Job Category: Executive
Location: Brooklyn
Job Sectors: Other

The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture (BSEC), a religious non-profit with an annual operating budget of approximately $450,000, seeks a Managing Director to work alongside its lay leadership and staff to nurture and grow our community. More detailed information about the Society – its organization, governance, activities and resources, can be found on our website, www.bsec.org.

BSEC has a long history in a building in Park Slope and is planning on a move to an as-yet-to-be-determined new location with a revitalized approach to our mission. We are at a pivotal moment where a new home and corresponding increased budget can expand our operations and deepen our impact.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should provide a cover letter, resume, writing sample, sample financial plan, professional references, and other helpful materials such as audio/visual of recent talks; to the BSEC Search Committee [email protected], please use Managing Director Application in the subject line.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Managing Director is responsible for the fiscal health of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture and for ensuring sufficient resources to support growth and member engagement plans.  They will coordinate programming activities within the building and proactively seek to balance the schedule with a combination of income producing and mission driven activities.  They are tasked with recruiting, training, managing, terminating and delegating to employees and volunteers.  They will provide coaching, professional and organizational development for staff, trustees and committee chairs to improve organizational structures and overall planning.

Responsibilities:

  • Strengthen organizational design
  • Oversee business operations and financial performance
  • Support the Treasurer to plan and track budget
  • Ensure that funding is robust enough to meet objectives
  • Balance building use to advance mission within budget constraints
  • Support strategies for membership growth and engagement
  • Maintain positive and trust-based relations with staff, members, and renters
  • Assist the Trustees to articulate strategic plans aligned with financial projections

Duties:

  • Work with Board and Committee Chairs to build organizational change capacity
  • Facilitate mid-range and long-term strategic planning
  • Read & respond promptly to email, voicemail and mail
  • Manage rentals: negotiate leases/contracts
  • Manage Building Calendar Management (internal/external use)
  • Work with Outreach Coordinator to manage CRM
  • Responsible for recording income and expenses, tracking pledges, paying invoices, preparing deposits and reconciling accounts.
  • Produce financial documents, such as: budgets, P & L, and tax
  • Payroll & benefits: Use Payroll Service to run payroll, track staff holiday, sick, personal days
  • Taxes: Use Payroll Service to file Quarterly Employer taxes
  • Meetings: assist the Executive Committee to prepare documents
  • Archives:  assist the Board/Committees to archive minutes and memos
  • Serve ex-officio on the Board, Financial and Membership Committees
  • Administration: Develop, document and implement simplified administrative procedures
  • Employee Handbook: advise and assist the Personnel Committee to revise and expand the Personnel Manual into a clear and informative Administrative Procedures Guide

Salary, Work Hours and Benefits

  • Full Time position (35+ hours per week)
  • Initial Salary $75-85,000 pa plus benefits
  • Hours are flexible but some evenings and Sunday attendance are required, childcare will be provided, if necessary, on evenings and weekends
  • Generous vacation and sick leave policy
  • Comprehensive Health insurance

Managing Director Requirements:

  • Minimum 3 years Non-profit executive experience
  • Degree in business, non-profit management, change management or a related field
  • Experience in developing and implementing strategic and business plans
  • Excellent communication, negotiation, and presentation skills
  • Strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills
  • Good writing skills
  • Proficient in QBO for Nonprofits, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, CRM

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Understanding of Ethical Culture (or similar Humanist organizations)
  • Community organizing or Organizational Change experience
  • Conflict resolution training
  • Fundraising experience
  • Experience working with a Board of Directors
  • Connections to the local community

Application Deadline: Open until position filled

Anticipated Start: March 2022

Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture

  • New York,
  • Phone:
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