Operations Manager

Sound Impact

Either fully Remote OR Hybrid in Greater Washington D.C. Area

Work Location: Remote

Nonprofit Service Organization

Website Sound Impact

Founded in 2013 by three women Danielle Cho, Rebecca Jackson-Picht, and Tiffany Richardson, Sound Impact (SI) is dedicated to connecting, engaging and empowering youth beyond the concert hall. Its mission is to ignite positive social change through music and community engagement. SI reaches over 12,000 young people annually through programs including in-school education concerts, classroom curriculum, interactive workshops, a virtual education series, innovative ukulele training, incarcerated youth residencies, international festivals, and cultural exchange

Sound Impact is seeking an experienced Operations Manager who will report to and collaborate closely with the Leadership Team in the areas of operations, communication/marketing coordination, programs, and development. This part-time position will require up to 15 hours/week and is available as a fully remote or hybrid position.

● Develop collaborative relationships with the Leadership Team and board of directors
● Responsible for SOP creation, implementation, and documentation, and annual evaluation/revision
● Manage contractual agreements with partner organizations and collaborators
● Coordinate weekly operations meetings and manage internal communications
● Maintain the organization calendar
● Maintain annual reporting for organization
● Ensure volunteer engagement to support organization needs.
● Track finances and provide regular reports.
● Responsible for planning and implementation of program logistics including rehearsals, concerts,
residencies and tours
● Support and manage musician engagement, including scheduling and communication
● Serve as organizational liaison with external partners as needed
● Coordinate travel plans
● Identify and secure rehearsal spaces
● Track program outcomes
● Manage donor database (NeonCRM), and maintain communications and timely acknowledgement of gifts
● Collaborate with Leadership Team to meet fundraising goals through campaigns and events
● Prepare grant proposal supporting documentation
● Coordinate and implement monthly newsletters and social media
● Update website
● Responds to the needs of Sound Impact leadership, board, and artists in a professional and expedient
● Other duties as assigned

● 5+ years of relevant experience in nonprofit management/arts administration, and music performance or
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills
● Capability to think critically, work independently, and take initiative on completing tasks
● Enthusiasm for Sound Impact’s mission and programs
● Commitment to supporting historically resilient communities

● Passionate about equitable access to music education and social impact
● Collaborative team player who enjoys working with a small nonprofit that’s growing quickly
● Flexible, organized and resourceful
● Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, Mailchimp, Canva
● Spanish language skills a bonus, but not required

Interested applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to info@soundimpact.org by February 15, 2023.

To apply for this job email your details to info@soundimpact.org