Renaissance Secondary School - Leader of Business Operations
All employees of Renaissance Secondary School will work together to achieve our school’s vision and mission.
The Leader of Business Operations will report to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for monitoring and supervising the operations, financial administration, and human resources at the school.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Oversee site level procurement of supplies, materials, equipment, and inventory management.
Oversee transportation, food services, facilities maintenance, security and other third party service contracts, ensuring ongoing monitoring and implementation of contracts.
Oversee all aspects of free and reduced lunch program/process, including managing the entire application process.
Coordinate technology implementation (planning, procurement, and training).
Work with the Administration Team to implement the enrollment campaign for students (e.g., new students, intent to attend, waiting lists) including engagement in local marketing initiatives, demographic analysis, coordination with local/regional communications specialists. Lead the operational side of the enrollment process.
Oversee maintenance of integrity and accuracy of student records, including maintenance and tracking of attendance and retention.
Ensure all necessary reporting on operations is compliant with CDE and DCSD requirements. Report operations to the Board as requested.
Financial Administration Functions:
Responsible for budget development in collaboration with the Interim Executive Director and Leader of Learning, monitoring and management, with input from the Finance Committee and approval from the Board.
Oversee and review monthly financial reports and update monthly financial estimate templates. Provide and present quarterly financials to the Board, or more frequently as directed.
Coordinate with the grant writers for all federal, state, and local grant applications and reporting.
Oversee the management and reconciliation of the school's petty cash funds.
Provide financial oversight, including the procurement process.
Manage accounts payable and payroll processes, including any contractors hired.
Oversee year-end audits as well as any site audits from state or federal agencies.
Human Resource Management Functions:
Manage day to day activities of designated non-instructional staff.
Implement policies and procedures at school (e.g., compensation, vacation/sick days; recruitment screening, background checks, etc.).
Oversee the processing of all new hire paperwork.
Oversee the maintenance of personnel files for all employees.
Lead orientation for new non-instructional hires.
Lead annual performance reviews for non-instructional staff.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Business, Accounting or Finance preferred).
Preferred skills and work experience:
Demonstrated success in monitoring budgets of $3 million.
Demonstrated success in managing contracts of up to $500,000.
Experience working in education organizations.
Experience with staffing processes and general human resource
Operations and facilities management experience.
Knowledge of financial modeling (using Excel) and cost analysis techniques.
Experience in managing and enforcing service level agreements and contracts for outsourced services.
Demonstrated ability to manage staff of 5-10 exempt and nonexempt employees.