A NESsT nemzetközi civil szervezet állásajánlata budapesti irodájába
"Operations Manager" pozícióba.
NESsT Operations Manager - Central Eastern Europe (CEE)
NESsT is an international nonprofit organization that works to solve
critical social problems in emerging market countries by developing and
supporting social enterprises that strengthen civil society
organizations' financial sustainability and maximize their social
impact. Please visit our website at www.nesst.org.
NESsT (www.nesst.org) is seeking an Operations Manager (OM) for its
Budapest, Hungary, office. The OM will be primarily responsible for
ensuring that NESsT global operations in CEE are efficient,
professional, high quality and designed to maximize NESsT performance
and mission impact. The OM oversees and continuously works to develop
and improve NESsT operations and systems in CEE in: financial
management, human resources and office management, legal/regulatory
issues, and technology. This full-time position is based in the
Budapest, Hungary office and reports directly to the Director of
Operations and Communications (DCO) in Santiago, Chile. The OM will
directly supervise the Administrative Associate in Budapest, Hungary.
1. Financial Management
- Work with the DCO and Finance Manager in the budget development
process for CEE and monitor budget compliance on an ongoing basis.
- Support the shift from a regional-based program to a country-based
- Support DCO in overseeing organizational cash flow, payroll and
monthly financial accounting process across all NESsT CEE offices.
- Oversee the annual independent financial audit processes in Hungary
and Romania and oversees accountant activities in CEE in general.
- Review quarterly financial and operational reports for CEO approval
and distribution to Finance Committee of NESsT Board of Directors.
- Oversee development of CEE project budgets for proposals and complete
financial reporting to donors and client billing.
2. Human Resources
- Support DCO in implementing HR strategy in CEE.
- Manage recruiting, career development and day-to-day human resources
issues in CEE (including NESsTER -intern- program).
- Develop and implement human resource policies and procedures in CEE
based on Employee handbook.
- Research and oversee legal and regulatory issues related to the
establishment and maintenance of all legal entities of NESsT in CEE.
- Manage relationship with outside legal counsel in CEE.
- Review all CEE contracts to minimize risk exposure and maintain
central legal files.
- Support the organizational technology plan, including identification,
selection, implementation and maintenance of all operating systems
(hardware and software) & optimizing processes, specifically for CEE.
- Ensure optimum usage of all systems to support NESsT global
operations, including salesforce.com technology (on-line data management
system), the NESsT shared virtual network (Groove), knowledge management
system, and others.
- Provide on-going training on technologies and systems in CEE.
- Contribute to developing and reviewing/updating annual NESsT work plan.
- Demonstrated experience in managing and overseeing development of
operations, HR issues and complex systems.
- Excellent communication and organizational skills, strong attention to
detail and the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Proven supervisory/management skills.
Fluency in English and Hungarian required: verbal and written. Other
languages - Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Romanian - recommended.
- Candidates must have experience working in emerging market countries.
- University degree and minimum 5 years of relevant work experience.
- Knowledge of EU legal framework, nonprofit accounting procedures and
experience in budget management and reporting.
- Advanced Microsoft Office, virtual technologies for information
- Knowledge of international nonprofit environment and commitment to
NESsT's social mission.
- Ability to be flexible, resourceful and innovative in a dynamic
- Experience working in a multicultural, diverse, and very virtual
- Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
- Willingness and predisposition to travel
Compensation: Salary in local currency (HUF). Competitive nonprofit
salary based on experience and salary history.
The position starts in April 2010.
Review of applications and interviews will begin immediately, however
the cutoff date for applications is March 12, 2010.
Send resume and cover letter in English, including net salary
expectations and salary history for the past three years, via email to
Ildiko Szolga at firstname.lastname@example.org. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!
In the subject of the email, please write "Operations Manager application".
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.