Executive Operations Coordinator-League to Save Lake Tahoe

Executive Operations Coordinator-League to Save Lake Tahoe

  • Full Time
  • South Lake Tahoe
  • Pay range: $28.85 – $31/hr DOE. USD / Year
League to Save Lake Tahoe
2608 Lake Tahoe Blvd
(530) 541-5388
About League to Save Lake Tahoe

Executive Operations Coordinator

Hybrid in the Tahoe Basin

The League to Save Lake Tahoe is searching for an exceptionally organized, detail-oriented “big picture thinker and doer” to join our fun and growing team of environmental experts and enthusiasts. As the backbone of our Operations program, the Executive Operations Coordinator will lead and coordinate many aspects of the entire organization’s day-to-day needs, including responsibilities ranging from daily mail logging to executive-level assistance for the Chief Operating Officer. This position will also play a key role in helping the League transition into a high-functioning, hybrid, nonprofit organization which attracts the best talent. The role is instrumental in leading and advancing key employee programs and is therefore vital to the League’s success. This selected applicant will contribute at both hands-on and strategic levels, and partner with cross-functional teams to design and deliver solutions that maximize the League’s efficiency and our valued staff’s work/life balance.

The position will report directly to the Chief Operating Officer.

Our world-renowned “Keep Tahoe Blue” sticker is both a symbol of an increasingly important mission and an intentional, sustainability-focused lifestyle. Founded in 1957, the League is the oldest and most successful environmental organization focused on protecting and restoring Lake Tahoe’s environmental health and beauty. We have a culture of trust and respect that supports and guides our decision-making and planning for the future.

Our organization has embarked on a thoughtful DEI journey focused on delivering our programs and services in a culturally mindful manner that centers and lifts a wide array of partners and supporters. Our work environment is collaborative, respectful, and inclusive, with a focus on building allyship and a sense of belonging that empowers all team members to show up as their full selves every day. Come to learn, grow, and succeed while sharing your passion for protecting one of America’s most treasured regions.

Because of the nature of this position, candidates will need to be able to work from our South Lake Tahoe office (occasional hybrid work options will be available).

What the position involves: 
  • Supporting the Chief Operating Officer with employee management, human resources, budget tracking and reporting, and other high-level tasks.
  • Help develop then manage all of the day-to-day operational systems for the League, including implementing digital best practices, tools to streamline processes, and interpreting and administering policies.
  • Oversee all project management aspects of the Operations team.
  • In conjunction with the Chief Operating Officer, develop and implement programs to shape culture and the employee experience.
  • Develop and implement an engaging and active recruiting program that attracts the most competitive talent to the League.
  • In conjunction with the Chief Operating Officer, explore and implement learning programs to expand individual and team competencies.
  • Assist the Chief Operating Officer and executive leadership team with executing on the League’s strategic goals.
  • Analyze and identify issues within teams and support them with resources and best practices.
  • Manage content in network file locations to ensure up-to-date and accurate information.
  • Draft and maintain administrative procedures and policies. Communicate and apply these policies as needed.
  • Update operational procedures as needed, or as requested by supervisor.
What YOU bring to the League:
  • A skilled strategist with expertise in implementing large-scale systems change who is capable of managing all the emotions, roadblocks, and issues that may arise in the process.
  • A digital-savvy leader who can foster meaningful connection in a dispersed workplace.
  • Possesses a keen ability to see how short-term tasks impact long-term outcomes and can prioritize workflow with long-term success in mind.
  • An excellent and engaging communicator (written and oral) who can tailor their communication style and professional demeanor to earn the confidence of partners, stakeholders, and staff.
  • Has an interest in environmental conservation and the League’s mission to protect, restore, and advocate for the ecosystem health and scenic beauty of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
  • Is highly organized and has the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously while maintaining composure with competing deadlines.
  • Is committed to setting an example of healthy work/life balance.
Your professional capabilities include:
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office (SharePoint, OneDrive, Excel, Word, etc.), Zoom, and project management software. (This is the MOST important part of this job, so only apply if you have a deep understanding of these programs/systems.)
  • We do not require a college education but do expect that your professional experience will reflect this position’s responsibilities.
  • 7+ years professional experience.
  • Strong analytical and excellent organizational skills, with a keen attention to detail.
  • Ability to plan, prioritize, and manage a variety of tasks in a fast-paced environment.
  • Efficient and effective at managing and completing tasks to meet deadlines.
  • Maintains a high degree of accuracy in data and confidentiality.
  • Must be detail- and solutions-oriented.
League-specific requirements: 
  • Employees are required to have a vehicle that is in good working order, proof of valid driving license, non-expired vehicle registration, and effective insurance coverage. Travel around the Tahoe Basin, Bay Area, Reno, and Sacramento may be required.
  • The position requires some physical activity, such as bending, stooping, carrying, and lifting up to 50 pounds.
As a valued representative of our organization, you will:
  • Be on a team that engages Tahoe’s diverse and evolving community of visitors and residents to protect Lake Tahoe by spreading awareness and taking action.
  • Work at a place that promotes environmental protections and policies backed by science that ensure Tahoe is resilient in the face of the climate crisis.
  • Take part in crafting resolutions to the challenges facing Tahoe that strike a balance between enjoyment today and preservation for future generations.
The League offers many benefits, including:
  • Competitive pay – we believe our employees are our most valuable asset and aim to offer a Thriving Wage.
  • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance 100% covered by the company for employees.
  • $125/month company Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution with select health plan choice.
  • IRA match up to 3% of employee’s salary.
  • Two weeks of vacation (increasing with tenure), paid volunteer time off, plus 13 paid holidays and extra paid time off the week between 12/25 and 1/1.
  • Pet-friendly environment.
  • Merchandise discounts.
  • Awesome KTB swag and discounts on gear from our corporate partners.
  • A flexible working environment that empowers employees to have life/work balance.
  • And much more!
Pay range:

$28.85 – $31/hr DOE


Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

Supervises: N/A


If this sounds like the job for you, please fill out this application form.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

We also encourage people from differing life experiences to consider how they may be a fit for any of our positions and encourage anyone with adjacent skills and a passion for conservation or Lake Tahoe to apply.

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