Reporting directly to the CEO, the Chief Operations Officer
(COO) serves as a key member of the Executive Team, participates in
ongoing strategy development, and works collaboratively with peer
Executive leaders to ensure all finance, accounting, information
technology (IT), real estate, facilities, risk management, and
operations activities positively support Treehouse’s evolving
program delivery needs. The COO provides strategic staff management
for leaders across a wide array of functions, decision-making,
staff communication and other activities to build organizational
culture and support achievement of overall agency goals.
The COO will lead a team of Directors and Managers including the
Controller and IT leadership, and the opportunity to hire new
leaders in Finance and Operations. Treehouse is forecasting a
budget of approximately $20M for FY 2022 and anticipates the staff
to expand from about 135 to approximately 200 in response to an
expanded commitment to serving all youth in foster care across
Washington state by 2023.
Representative duties of the COO include, but are not limited
to: overseeing the annual agency planning and budgeting cycle;
overseeing long-term financial planning and management in alignment
with the strategic and business plan; overseeing and assuring
effective, accountable processes and reporting in finance and
accounting, information technology, facilities, and real
estate; assuring best practices and regulatory compliance;
preparing materials that reflect the operational and fiscal health
of the organization for management and the Board of Directors; and
developing mutually supportive, collaborative relationships with
Board members and other key volunteers.
Treehouse is charged with oversight and management of the
2100 Building, a
collaborative space where many local nonprofits are
based. The COO will oversee building management and
work as a representative of building ownership to tenants and
Treehouse is a rapidly growing nonprofit with a 30-year history
of addressing the academic and other essential support needs of
children, youth and young adults experiencing foster care. Services
are provided throughout Washington State, and Treehouse is an
emerging leader in the foster care and education conversation on
the national level.
More details about the programs and services that Treehouse
offers can be found here.
To learn more about Treehouse’s recent financial performance,
please click here.
You can find more information about foster care in Washington
Treehouse is committed to supporting all employees through
competitive salary and benefits, a commitment to equity and
inclusion, and training and professional development
Candidate materials are reviewed on an on-going basis and
initial interviews will begin by late October. Please submit a
resume and a two-page (or less) cover letter addressed to the Chief
Executive Officer, Lisa Chin at: https://valtasgroup.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0s25b/
Please upload the resume and cover letter as a single, combined
WORD or PDF document.
You may direct questions to Ed Rogan at email@example.com or