Business Manager

Business Manager


Financial Management:
– Lead financial planning, budgeting, expenditure tracking, reporting processes, and monitoring of cash flow.
– Work with bookkeeper and staff to ensure:
~ Tax filings and audits are accurate.
~ Timely collection of Accounts Receivable.
~ Accuracy and timely payment of Accounts Payable.
Collaborate with the Finance Committee and Development Director to establish fundraising needs and goals.

Support to Program Directors:
– Provide financial and logistical support to the Camp Director, Retreat Center Director, and Year-Round programming staff.
– Work with Camp Director, Retreat Center Director, and Year-Round programming staff in developing budgets that foster successful programming.
– Serve as the interim Retreat Center Director
– Attend a minimum of two retreats per year to assist with on-site management.

Vendor Relationships:
– Establish and maintain relationships with vendors, ensuring the selection of appropriate vendors for office and operations management.
– Collect W-9 forms from vendors and ensure accurate invoicing and payment processes.

Operations and H/R:
– Maintain efficient office operations, overseeing supplies, infrastructure, and vendor relationships.
– Manage the insurance policies of the organization to assure that they provide comprehensive coverage and risk management.
– Manage HR processes including:
~ Recruitment, hiring, and onboarding.
~ Payroll and collection of organization time sheets.
~ Employee benefits.
~ Filing of workers' compensation claims
~ Ensuring employees have organization email access.

Organizational Relationships:
– Forge strong relationships with organization leadership including the Executive Director, program directors, and board members.
– Collaborate with external partners, vendors, and service providers to support organizational objectives.

Note: This job description encompasses the primary responsibilities and qualifications for the Business Manager position at Bnei Akiva of Los Angeles. Flexibility and adaptability are essential as additional duties may be assigned to support organizational needs.