SUMMARY ABOUT ACLU OF OREGON

It is an exciting time at the ACLU of Oregon: we are envisioning an approach to our work that centers Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), low-income, and other marginalized communities and voices, expanding our fundraising base, strengthening our legal and advocacy firepower, and amplifying public engagement with our work to fight threats to the freedom and wellbeing of individuals and communities head on – and win.

In addition to fulfilling our strong mission and high-profile work, we aspire to create and nurture an internal culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging and to dismantle white supremacy and replace it with equitable organizational structures. To this end, we are intentionally seeking to attract team members and leaders who are interested in shaping our future as an equity-focused organization that centers and prioritizes our internal and external work with the following values: anti-racism, anti-misogyny, anti-transphobia, anti-homophobia, anti-ableism, and other forms of anti-oppression.

We are committed to creating and sustaining an organization and community that values and respects differences of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family relationship to a current or prior employee, immigration status, citizenship, varying ability or disability status, veteran or uniformed service status, record of arrest or conviction, and socio-economic status.

We are committed to building and sustaining a culture of belonging by fostering an equitable and inclusive experience in all aspects of community work and dismantling white supremacist systems and practices by centering the voices and experiences of BIPOC, low-income, and other communities marginalized by dominant culture.

All positions at the ACLU of Oregon require strong and continued commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, anti-racism, anti-misogyny, anti-homophobia, and anti-oppression and the proven ability to incorporate these values into work internal and external to the organization.

FISCAL & OPERATIONS MANAGER POSITION

The Fiscal & Operations Manager will manage, lead, and engage in policies, processes, and programs in the following areas: organizational budget and finances, accounts payable and receivable, reconciliation, payroll, human resources and employee benefits, IT, facilities, and other operational and related areas. This position will also provide operational and transactional coordination and support – from day-to-day tasks to project management and special projects – for areas and staff across the organization. As well, this position will cross-train with the duties and responsibilities of other position(s) and provide backup and support to other position(s) as assigned.

This is a salaried, exempt, full-time position. The annual salary for this position is in the $60,000 range depending on experience. Benefits include paid vacation time, paid sick time, paid personal time, ten paid holidays per year, team wellness days and flexible Friday hours, health insurance (medical/vision and dental), life insurance, long-term disability insurance, and a 401(k) retirement plan with matching and other contributions of up to 5.5% of salary subject to the organization’s 401(k)’s plan requirements which include a vesting schedule. Please note that all employment-related benefits provided to ACLU of Oregon’s employees are subject to all applicable policies, practices, processes, and legal requirements, including changes thereto that may occur from time to time.

Please go to www.bitly.com/acluor-fiscal-ops-mgr-app for more information, including information about how to submit an application.

Please note that only those applicants who meet the minimum qualifications for this position as set out in the job description will be considered for invitation to next steps of the application process.

Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis starting May 19, 2021.