Chief Operating Officer - Goodwill

Status: Full-time position

Location: Albuquerque, NM

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Job Summary: Goodwill is currently seeking to fill the position of a Chief Operating Officer in Albuquerque, NM

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Business or related field plus five years experience with two years of senior management experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Non-profit experience a plus.

Duties: Adherence to the attendance and punctuality policies of Goodwill
Exhibit excellent customer service skills as related to your position
Contributes to the organization’s effectiveness by offering information and opinion as a member of the senior management team, integrating objectives with other functions, accomplishing related results as required.
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by conducting research, attending workshops, conferences and seminars, conferring with related agencies and organizations.
Contributes to department effectiveness by identifying short-term and long-term issues and goals that must be addressed, providing information and commentary pertinent to deliberations, recommending options and courses of action, implementing directives.
Directs and coordinates the activities of GINM’s retail operations ensuring that the annual goals for the department meet or exceed the objectives of the GINM Strategic Plan as expressed in the annual budget.
Research, identify and acquire properties, subject to CEO & Board approval. Authorized to negotiate purchase and lease agreements and lease options and renewals, in conjunction with the CEO, to the point of Board approval.
Oversee facility construction and/or renovation to the point of occupancy.
Assure directives, policies and procedures established by the Board of Directors and President/CEO are implemented.
Coordinates the activities of, and resolves differences between, supervised departments.
Initiates and manages effective reporting processes for areas of responsibility to continuously monitor, adjust and achieve progress against goals.
Responsible for the hiring, evaluation and discipline of all direct reports. Consults with the CEO and CAO in arriving at agency decisions on disciplinary actions and separations of employment. ◦ Anticipates and projects the financial needs of GINM thus ensuring its short and long- term fiscal health.
Oversees the development, coordination and implementation of annual operating budget for areas of responsibility.
Manages and reviews departmental financial information and maintains department within budget parameters.
Monitors monthly operating expenses and, when necessary, recommends timely corrective action to President/CEO to ensure that the cost-effective operation of all supervised divisions/departments/regions.
Is authorized to negotiate contracts in the absence of the CEO.
Recommends business policies, programs, practices and expenditures requiring President /CEO and Board of Directors approval.
Ensures HIPAA compliance.
Responsible for the safety of all persons served and staff under his/her supervision.
Responsible for CARF compliance and maintaining standards in areas of responsibility.
Implements CARF standards into all programs and follows professional ethics as set in the Code of Conduct/Business Ethics policy.
Maintain confidentiality of all privileged information.
Perform other incidental and related duties as assigned by the President & CEO including the management of special projects. Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted or change at any time at the discretion of the President/CEO.

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