Office Manager (Multiple locations available)

FLSA: Non-exempt

Starting rate: $18.75 per hour

Shift: Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM


The Office Manager is responsible for direct supervision of Administrative and Maintenance staff assigned to multiple programs and /or satellite programs. Assists Program Directors in carrying out fiscal and administrative duties. 


  • Responsible for the supervision of all customer service, clerical, maintenance and security staff assigned to program in accordance with Agency policies and procedures.
  • Assigns work to administrative staff, indicating priority and required completion date, and monitors quality and timeliness of outputs.  Manages deployment of staff among Program sites and satellites.
  • Is responsible, with input from the Program Directors, for the recruitment, selection and job performance evaluation of clerical staff and provides training and orientation for new administrative staff.
  • Develops and maintains record-keeping and client scheduling and billing system utilizing Agency software.
  • Develops and maintains agency filing system for correspondence, program and administrative materials; originates and implements improvements in office organization.
  • Participates in Same Day Access and Senior Secretaries committees
  • Maintains inventory and purchase records for review by Program Director.
  • Receives, disburses and keeps records of Petty Cash funds.
  • Maintains staff schedules and attendance records.  Manages request for time off from Admin staff to maintain office coverage
  • Maintains appointment and meeting schedule for Program Director, schedules and cancels meetings as assigned.
  • Types fiscal, administrative, personnel and statistical reports. Takes and transcribes dictation of technical and administrative correspondence emanating from administrative office staff
  • Maintains confidentiality of communications, especially related to personnel and Program Director correspondence.
  • Facilities responsibilities: ordering/shopping for supplies, assists with health inspections and audits, reports any building issues to Facilities Manager.

·  Schedule and assigned duties are subject to change based on the needs of the program and the clients we serve.


·  Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with other employees, as well as with the general public. 

·  Effective Supervisory skills. 

·  Must have ability to relate, either in person or by phone, to individuals in crisis.  Ability to exercise good judgment, courtesy and tact in receiving callers.

·  Ability to type and file accurately.  Ability to understand and follow routine oral and written instructions.  Knowledge of the operation/use of keyboard data entry equipment.

·   Knowledge of office procedures and equipment.  Knowledge of appropriate English grammar and usage.


·  High school diploma


·  Equivalency including or supplemented by courses in typing and computer operations plus three (3) years full time paid experience performing some combination of secretarial and data input duties


·  Graduation from two year business school with courses in typing and computer operations.


·  Minimum of two (2) years' experience in supervision of staff

Benefits include:

  • Sign on bonuses for all
  • Multiple health insurance options
  • Employee referral bonus
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Clinical license renewal reimbursement
  • Generous paid time