Manager, Finance and Operations job with The DigDeep Right to Water Project | 36131 – Chronicle of Philanthropy

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Position: Manager, Finance and Operations 
Location: Los Angeles, CA (Hybrid)
Employment Type: Full-time, Salaried, Exempt  
Compensation Range: Starting at $75,000/year DOE
Level: Manager
Reports To: COO
Manages: Operations Coordinator
Supported By: Office Assistant, Operations Coordinator, external CPA/Bookkeeping and finance contractor
Education Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience preferred
Start Date: ASAP

We are DigDeep  
The DigDeep Right to Water Project is the only WaSH (water, sanitation and hygiene) organization serving the 2.2+ million Americans who still don’t have a tap or a toilet at home.
DigDeep believes access to clean water is a human right. We run several nationally recognized programs that empower communities to build their own water and sanitation systems. We won the 2018 US Water Prize for our Navajo Water Project, which has brought clean, running water to hundreds of Native families across New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. DigDeep launched the Appalachia Water Project in July of 2020, which brings clean, running water into the homes of Appalachia families, starting in southern West Virginia. The project has already brought safe water to hundreds of homes through our innovative hydropanel project and a public-private partnership with the McDowell County Public Service District, which is helping families connect to new water lines.
DigDeep is deeply committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. We believe social change happens when people with a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, and identities come together with a common purpose. DigDeep is built on the principles of equity, transparency, and the power of human experience. Your work will improve the daily lives of real people – people you’re likely to meet. Every American should have the clean, running water they need to thrive. Join us, and we’ll close the US water gap in our lifetimes.
 
The Opportunity
DigDeep is looking for a highly organized tactician with a passion for implementing systems to join the Operations team as the Manager, Finance and Operations.  Reporting to the Chief Operations Officer (COO), the Manager, Finance and Operations is responsible for the day-to-day management of critical finance and administrative activities for DigDeep. This includes working with a team of staff and contractors on budgets and financial reporting; information technology; facilities and asset management; contract and grants administration; and compliance. This job is full-time. It involves occasional travel to project sites across the US.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about implementing systems and processes that support the entire organization to achieve its mission.  They will have a solid track-record of successfully managing, monitoring, and maintaining administrative and operational functions at a complex organization; possess a strong sense of initiative; and enjoy working in a collaborative environment.  
 
Key Responsibilities
This is what you’ll do once you join the team:
Finance & Accounting
Operations & Administration
Grants Administration
As the organization continues to evolve, duties or tasks may change without impacting the overall job description.  
 
Competencies 

Skills and Qualifications
 
Compensation and Benefits  
At DigDeep, we believe that great work requires a great job. We pride ourselves on creating industry-leading employment opportunities for our team across the United States. We’re a supportive environment that values creativity, diversity, and quick thinking. Here’s how we’ll support you in your work:
 
Interested?
When applying, please submit a thoughtful cover letter and resume. References should be available upon request. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please note that DigDeep cannot provide immigration sponsorship for this position. No office visits. No calls please. Thank you.
DigDeep is deeply committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. We believe social change happens when people with a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, and identities come together with a common purpose. DigDeep is built on the principles of equity, transparency and the power of human experience. Your work will improve the daily lives of real people. We believe everybody should have the clean, running water they need to thrive. Join us, and we’ll close the US water gap in our lifetimes.
DigDeep is a certified Great Place to Work® 
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