Chief Opperating Officer

Cancer Support Community Central Ohio
Ohio, United States
Salary Commensurate with experience
Closing date
Aug 15, 2022

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Position Type
Executive, Fundraising, Donor Relations, Fundraising Administration, Administrative, Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Public Relations and Communications, Sales and Marketing
Advocacy, Community Development, Health, Social Services
Employment Type
Full Time
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 Chief Operating Officer REPORTS TO: President/CEO STATUS: Exempt Full-Time Summary: Cancer Support Community Central Ohio (CSCCO) is a growing non-profit organization and a network partner within an international cancer support network of more than 175 locations. The Chief Operating Officer (COO) plays a key role in delivering on our strategic imperatives and accountable for all operating business segments of the organization. This position reports to the CEO and provides leadership to ensure we have the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization, increase operating efficiency and maintain financial strength. The COO will have a strong work ethic, outstanding customer service approach, experience leading and managing people, and exceptional interpersonal skills that lead to building relations across the organization.

Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements by July 26 to: Bev Soult, President & CEO - Cancer Support Community Central Ohio 1200 Old Henderson Rd, Columbus OH 43220

Primary Responsibilities: Team Leadership, Supervision, Financial, Business Operations and Technology • Support the CEO and Board in developing and implementing long-term growth and sustainability plans • Manage day-to-day operations, establishing operational benchmarks and resources needed to achieve strategic goals, proactively driving improvements as necessary; work to set standards of accountability and clearly defined measurements of success • Provide leadership to and support all departments with staff recruitment, development, and motivation • Oversee financial strategy, budgets, and analyses; leverage data to drive key operational decisions • Manage and monitor approved annual budget • Build constructive and positive relationships with the Board, staff, volunteers, and program participants • Create new and better ways to measure, support, and report financial performance • Negotiate and administer all contracts • Manage financials, banking, and investment accounts, payroll, employee benefits, business insurance and labor law employment practices • Anticipate needs for facility physical updates, changes, or expansion • Plan for contingencies to manage unexpected financial situations, market shifts and periods of both growth and contraction • Work with all staff members to create and achieve objectives centered on data management best practices; obtain accurate collection and analysis of data • Foster a healthy culture of teamwork, appreciation, and recognition • Assist with other duties as assigned by the

Preferred Behavioral Traits: • Collaborative leader who thrives in a supporting role to the CEO and Board • Growth-minded and passionate about building efficiencies and maximizing resources • Decisive when it comes to problems and challenges • Outgoing, friendly, and energetic relationship builder • Careful and analytical – likes to interpret, simplify, and communicate data

Key Qualifications: • Dedication to our mission and commitment to support individuals impacted by cancer • A strategic thinker who understands how operations and finances support the broader mission of the organization • Depth of experience in managing teams, supporting cross-functional collaboration, developing staff, and setting clear goals • Proven ability to forecast financial models, control expenses, while supporting organizational growth • Experience in nonprofit financial management, annual audits, revenue development strategies, including earned revenue and/or fund development strategies • High level of confidentiality required • Detail-oriented with strong analytical skills • People development skills and experience

Knowledge and Skills: • Minimum of seven to ten years of relevant experience in the disciplines in non-profit management or other equivalent experience. • Exceptional integrity, volatility, sense of urgency, creativity, and ability to thrive in a fast-paced and changing environment. • Strong supervisory and leadership skills. • Strong management skills that reflect ability to prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly • Excellent attention to detail and follow-through. • Solid computer literacy (QuickBooks, Word, Excel) with accurate data entry skills, proficient knowledge of working with spreadsheets and crafting formulas.

Education: • Bachelor’s Degree or related field or equivalent level of experience in the non-profit industry. • Other preferred, but not required: MBA or non-profit certification.

Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: Bev Soult, President & CEO - Cancer Support Community Central Ohio 1200 Old Henderson Rd, Columbus OH 43220 -

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