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Operations Manager

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Full time position: Monday-Friday; Occasional weekend and/or evening hours may be assigned as needed; full time, exempt position, flexible schedule available

Salary range: Entry Level: $42,000-$45,000, Mid-Level: $45,000-$47,000, High Level: $50,000+

Job Summary

The Operations Manager assures the consistent quality of programs through strong HR and financial and reporting systems for the Asian Center. Operations Manager will work cooperatively with all grant/program area managers and Financial Director to ensure the reporting structures and mechanisms are in place for maintaining grant budgets and supporting financial documents for grants and will work with Programs Manager and/or tech contractor/evaluator to have systems in place for good data collection and management of database. Operations Manager will establish and monitor internal HR systems and enforce adherence to HR policies.


  • Oversee general operations of the Asian Center
  • Must divide time between multiple projects, including planning, processing, and implementation.
  • Work with project staff to assist in tracking and data upload to relevant database systems.
  • Provide support for staff and project partners in meeting the goals and objectives of programs and projects
  • Meet with grant project coordinators on project goals and implementation.
  • Works with Programs Manager to submit grant reports
  • Works with financial director and area program managers as to being on budget, below budget, or over budget 
  • Collect supporting documentation for sub-recipient financial monitoring when required
  • Prepare quality documentation and reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends including failed processes, corrective actions, with document grant reporting requirements in cooperation with tech contractor/evaluator and other program staff.
  • Provide or arrange training, support, and hiring procedures for ACCC staff and grant partners 
  • Work a flexible work schedule to accommodate the agency’s needs as applicable and  perform other work as requested by Administration


  • Must be able to work independently and demonstrate team-building, problem-solving, time management, stress management, and decision-making skills
  • Must possess great communication skills including effective verbal, writing and listening skills and the ability to make effective presentations
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills including the ability to maintain effective working and community relationships
  • Communicate in a friendly and informative manner with people from a wide variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds 
  • Must have prior supervision experience
  • Must have prior operations, HR,  and grant management experience
  • Must have great attention to details
  • Must have good computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet and e-mail. And develop proficiency in Access, Service Point or other data management software