Requires a person of maturity and good judgment, who can operate with a minimum of guidance from the District Vice President or COO
Requires ability to exercise appropriate independent judgment, to assess facts and issues, and make non-routine decisions regarding day-to-day operational problems and issues.
Requires effective team-building and team-leadership skills
Must maintain cooperative, functional relationships with senior leadership team, peers, and subordinates.
Must maintain positive, energetic attitude toward work, goals, and values
Physically able to successfully complete required job functions, including use of hands, arms, fingers, able to talk and hear, use a computer, sit and stand, regularly move/lift up to 50 pounds,
Enters all environments (office spaces, indoor and outdoor maintenance/mechanical areas, fitness areas, pool and pool space, camping areas, unimproved outdoor locations and other program areas)
Must have ability to respond to emergencies 24 hours a day, and to travel as needed for operational management, including on-site presence in managing major operational problems
Must have superior oral and written communication skills and the ability to respond to a wide variety of constituencies, including staff, volunteers, members, program participants, vendors, community leaders, etc.
Performs the duties of direct reports as needed
Strong business operations background with a proven track record for producing growth and strong financial management
Bachelor's Degree in Human Services, Business Management, Business Administration or equivalent
Ten or more years of successful management experience, preferably or other nonprofit agency in the health & wellness, business or related field
Must have previous successful experience working with diverse populations
Supervision of full and part time employees and accountability of annual budget exceeding $1 million
Ability to lead assigned operations including staff development and supervision, development and monitoring of budgets, membership and program development, financial development, marketing and public relations, board and volunteer development
Ability to establish and maintain collaborations with community organizations
Organizational Leader or Multi-Team Leader certification preferred
Associated topics: corporate development, district manager, executive vice president, front office, general management, general manager, manager i, manager ii, overall, regional director
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