The Operations Manager has central role in procuring and managing in-kind donations. Providing administrative support to all staff and coordinating office operations (mailings, building maintenance, cleaning etc.) are also significant elements to this role.
Support medical supply procurement by supporting existing relationships and cultivating new relationships with medical supply donors, manufacturers, and supplies managers in Bolivia.
Manage in-office inventory of medical supplies; including overseeing inventory database, organizing supplies in office/warehouse, and packing supplies for mission trips and shipping container.
Provide office reception; including but not limited to copying, filing, office supplies, and maintaining a professional physical space, etc.
Provide IT support to ensure computers and software meet business needs
Coordinate all missioner application materials and certifications for mission trips
Manage the recruitment, orientation, and supervision of office volunteers and interns.
Coordinate the preparation and execution of bulk mailings.
Manage various activities related to the prep and implementation of annual fundraising gala.
Manage incoming cash donations and database details (online and mail-in donations)
Proficiency in Excel, Powerpoint and Word.
Proficiency in Access (preferred)
Spanish fluency (preferred)
Professional demeanor and excellent communication skills
Versatility, critical thinking and problem solving skills
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail
Desire to grow professionally and ability to receive constructive feedback
Ability to work with diverse groups of people
Sound judgement, professionalism and a positive attitude
Resourcefulness, creativity and accountability
Ability to be proactive with well managed timetables for completion
About Solidarity Bridge
Solidarity Bridge is a 501(c)3 nonprofit committed to serving those living in poverty by providing critical medical care. Located in Evanston, Illinois, we primarily serve the people of Bolivia, the poorest and most indigenous nation in South America.