Website Raise the Future
What You Will Be Doing
Under the direction of the Director of Human Resources, the Office Manager provides support to human resources and operations functions as well as overseeing responsibilities for facilities management, purchasing and office services for each of the business office locations.
This position carries out administrative tasks for human resource functions as needed, including onboarding, record-keeping, file maintenance, data entry, job postings, managing applicants, benefits enrollment, and employment related records. In addition, the Office Manager helps employees with benefits-related problems, ensures positive employee relations, and ensures that HR policies, procedures, and processes are administered in accordance with federal and state regulations as well as contractual requirements.
The Office Manager supports all office locations from an operations/facilities standpoint and streamlines processes where possible. The position also manages vendor relationships where necessary.
Who We Are
At Raise the Future, we believe every young person goes through life knowing they have a caring adult by their side. So, every day, we show up for kids in foster care by listening to their needs and introducing them to adults they can rely on. We then surround those connections with support so that they grow into meaningful, lasting relationships that help our youth heal from the past. Because to truly raise the future, we must raise the bar for what it means to support vulnerable youth and families as they navigate life.
Since our founding in 1983, Raise the Future has designed and implemented evidence-based, wraparound services that reduce the amount of time youth in foster care live without a permanent family. Our programs increase the likelihood of forming and sustaining positive connections that help to transform their futures.
Who We Are Seeking
The successful candidate is determined—driven by a purpose to get results. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree preferably in human resources or other related field, and at least two years of related experience. Demonstrated knowledge of MS Office, MS Teams, HRIS, and project management tools is a must. See Qualifications below for additional details.
What We Offer
As a nonprofit organization, we are mission driven, and our employees are highly engaged in the work they do. The best reward is when our efforts payoff and our youth find lasting connections with an adult.
We offer a great culture and a full benefits package too. We value the need for work life balance offering four (4) weeks of PTO, one (1) week of paid personal time, 10+ paid holidays per year, plus much more—that’s 35 paid days off per year! Our benefits include:
- Health Insurance
- Dental & vision insurance
- 100% Paid life, long-term and short-term disability insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts for healthcare and childcare
- Health Savings Accounts
- 401k with matching contributions & immediate vesting
- Flexible work arrangements available on case-by-case basis
- Employee Assistance Program
- Discount programs
- Paid Parental Leave
The pay range for this position is $45,000-$50,000 annually*.
* This is the expected pay range for someone hired in Colorado. Actual hiring range may vary based on qualifications.
You Get to Work With
You will join an organization of passionate people that are raising the future for your youth—working in the back office, helping the organization fulfill its mission, indirectly helping those we serve. Because we are mission driven, our employees are highly engaged. It’s the work that energizes us each day. And you could be a part of this team. We offer a great culture, and are focused on breaking down silos, and collaborating with others to build a better future.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in business, human resources, or related field.
- At least two years related experience required.
- Previous experience working with human resource function is preferred.
- Proficient keyboarding, PC, and internet skills required.
- Demonstrated knowledge of MS Office, MS Teams, HRIS, and project management tools.
- Ability to work in a dynamic environment, and to adapt easily to change (required)
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate business requirements, including working overtime as needed. (Required)
Serious candidates should submit a cover letter.
Raise the Future is more than an equal opportunity organization. We are committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages. We are taking steps to meet that commitment in our employment practices, especially for members of traditionally underrepresented communities, including women, people of color, LGBTQ, and people who are differently abled.
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