Director of Operations

TechEquity Collaborative is a start-up nonprofit based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We envision a world where a growing tech-driven economy creates opportunity for everyone and where tech-sector employees and companies are engaged and active participants in making our communities better places to live. Our mission is to build a movement of tech workers and companies that will advance this vision. We believe a more engaged tech sector is a more ethical tech sector and that immersing tech workers in the most critical issues where they live results in a more equitable economy for everyone. We focus on two issue areas: housing and workforce & labor. Learn more about our work at techequitycollaborative.org 

A newly-created role, the Director of Operations, will be vital to organizational operations as the organization continues to grow. The Director of Operations will work closely with TechEquity’s COO across a portfolio of ongoing responsibilities and one-off projects spanning organizational administration, initiatives, and functions. Reporting to the COO (who also serves as CFO), the Director of Operations will also partner across the Team to increase organizational effectiveness.

A skilled generalist, the Director of Operations, must possess strong communication, operational, and project management skills and be confident and adaptable in the face of ambiguity. The Director of Operations will need to quickly get up to speed on new challenges/projects and problem-solve independently while working collaboratively across the organization. In addition, the Director of Operations will help develop, track and analyze compliance, budgets, and fund-raising proposals/reports, organize and present data for reporting and decision-making, and oversee specific organization operations processes.

This Director level role is ideal for someone with the following traits:

  • 6 to 10 years of work experience across administrative, project management, and operational roles, including 2-3 years of experience working in a nonprofit or advocacy  organization 
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills and ability to communicate clearly and strategically across diverse audiences 
  • Exceptional attention to detail, ability to organize, project-manage, and prioritize crucial information and tasks
  • Team player with excellent collaboration skills and experience working cross-functionally with multiple levels of staff
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Experience supporting budget development, coordinating with accounting teams, and familiarity with AP/AR and vendor/client financial and legal processes. 
  • Interest in equity and social change aligned with organizational mission and work areas
  • Ability to be based in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area; a remote role requiring monthly trips to Oakland/SF and ~10% travel around the Bay Area

Specific responsibilities for this role include:

  • Oversee a portfolio of operational responsibilities, such as updating and tracking budgetary, operational, and compliance policies and processes in conjunction with the finance team, preparing state and federal filings, optimizing tech-stack and workflows,  and supporting COO in systems development 
  • Support org-wide project management and annual planning process
  • Manage data/insights dashboards to provide visibility and monitoring of key performance metrics and aid in the identification of trends and performance differentiators 
  • Supervise the Administrative Associate and collaborate to complete operational goals across legal, finance, HR, tech-stack, IT, and culture-building 
  • Support team adoption and learning related to project management (Clickup) and data tracking (Salesforce)  

Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated familiarity with administrative workflows and literacy in non-profit operations
  • Ability to craft effective presentations, trainings, and correspondence
  • Ability to independently complete day-to-day tasks across financial, operational, and regulatory processes and identify which tasks merit engaging COO
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a high degree of context-switching and ambiguity
  • Comfort working across different, sometimes unfamiliar subject matters to solve operational-related issues with various stakeholders
  • Passion for and experience in social impact/change
  • Experience as a change agent with strong change management skills is beneficial
  • Reporting experience with Government grants, foundations, and private donors is a plus
  • Experience in Project Management methodologies such as scrum, agile, lean, etc. is a plus 

TechEquity is a young startup with high growth potential. The person serving in this position needs to be excited to join the team while we scale and demonstrate comfort with the dynamism that entails. This means being open to fluidity, being willing to jump in and do the necessary even if it isn’t in the job description, and being passionate about building the organization in partnership with the founding team.

This is a competitive salaried position with medical/dental/vision/retirement benefits. We value work/life balance and offer unlimited time off and flexible work hours. Occasional evening and weekend work is required. 

The salary range for this position is in line with our organizational payscale: [$95-105k]

TechEquity is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage people from communities underrepresented in the tech industry and those originally from the Bay Area to apply for this role.

To apply, please submit your materials here. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.