- This is a 52 week/year, 25 hour/week position; compensation is $28,600/yr
- Employee contribution 403(b) plan is available
- Employee receives free classes and workshops
- Schedule is anticipated to be 5 hours per day, 5 days per week, totaling 25 hours per week, alternating afternoons and mornings, in the administrative offices located in the East Village.
The Operations Manager oversees administrative, finance and facilities operations for Movement Research. The position is responsible for oversight of accounts receivable and payable and meeting deadlines related to supporting monthly, quarterly and project/program-based finance reports for internal budgeting and grant reporting purposes. The position supports preparation of the annual audit and the completion of the Data Arts profile. The Operations Manager is responsible for oversight of MR’s IT needs, managing overall functionality of point-of-sale systems, database, computer hardware and software systems, and liaising with IT consultants and vendors. The Operations Manager manages all of Movement Research’s spaces including the administrative office, three studio spaces, and a co-working office.
The Operations Manager reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the management of the Finance Associate and the Operations Associate personnel.
To apply, please email the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Operations Manager” in the subject line:
- Cover letter
- Name, title, organization, email and phone number for two to three professional references.
Movement Research continuously seeks to engage a more diverse and inclusive participant body and strives to create equal opportunities for its community of participants across race, class, gender, disability status, ethnicity, sexuality and age. MR is committed to maintaining a strong connection to an existing diverse community of experimental artists and audiences, while at the same time expanding its definition of experimentation to more broadly include working within and pushing the boundaries of all movement-based forms. Movement Research recognizes the incredible need to diversify the range of aesthetics, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds represented on NYC stages and strongly encourages applications from individuals aligned with this vision.
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