Deputy Director of Operations

The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF)

About the organization

The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) is the only national, multi-issue advocacy organization in the United States with the mission to build collective power of all AAPI women and girls to gain full agency over our lives, our families, and our communities. Founded in 1996, we are a growing and dynamic organization with staff in five offices and local volunteer-led chapters in fifteen cities.

Duties

NAPAWF is seeking a seasoned, collaborative, and effective professional responsible for the financial and cultural sustainability of the organization, working with the executive team to create the infrastructure and human capital strategy necessary for NAPAWF’s continued success and growth.

The Deputy Director of Operations will be a thought partner to the Executive Director (ED) and the other members of the Executive Team, supporting the overall work of the organization by serving as the glue to holds together the Executive Team, helping move the internal work forward, and ensuring an infrastructure and managing change to support a growing organization. The Deputy Director of Operations of will be charged with the day-to-day management of both the finance and development functions to include, grants administration as well as providing robust support to the ED around Board relations. The Deputy Director of Operations will also work to ensure all team meetings/ interactions and overall professional development are oriented toward a culture of learning with a bias for effectiveness, and works to set a tone commensurate with the values of the organization, which are leadership, boldness, racial and gender justice, co-creation, and responsive and adaptive learning. The Deputy Director will own large-scale events, coordinating other staff members and stakeholders to plan and execute successful events that align with the organization’s leadership development and policy agenda.

Qualifications

• Providing leadership, guidance, and support to direct reports (e.g. Development Associate), team members, and others that drives success and reinforces our core values.
• Designing and leading large-scale initiatives aligned to the organizational strategic plan.
• Supporting on the prospect identification/ cultivation towards new funding models and opportunities
• Coordinating cross-functional events and meetings (e.g. for fundraising, team retreats, etc.)
• Cultivating ongoing professional learning opportunities and team goals across the organization, in concert with Program and HR & Operations

Salary

Salary for this position is set on a non-profit scale and is commensurate with experience.

Application instructions

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