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Operations Manager

Citizens for Fauquier County (CFFC), a non-profit organization that has been protecting the county’s beautiful countryside for over fifty years, is looking for a highly motivated individual to help manage the organization’s day-to-day operations and work closely with CFFC’s president and board of directors to enhance the organization’s ability to carry out its mission. This is a full-time position and will pay an hourly rate consistent with the individual’s skills and experience.  The operations manager will work remotely 100 percent of the time but be expected to attend monthly board and other meetings on occasion. 


The successful candidate will share CFFC’s passion for conservation and preservation, and aspire to learn about land use practices and policies. The incumbent should have the initiative to work independently and the interpersonal skills to work collaboratively and effectively with various CFFC board members, partner non-profits, and other resources the organization depends on.  The ideal candidate will be interested in assuming higher levels of responsibility with CFFC as the scope of organization’s activities increase.  The position will report to CFFC’s President. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development of policies and procedures for the smooth running of CFFC’s day-to-day activities

  • Track various land use applications and county planning commission and board of supervisor meetings and similar activities for the Town of Warrenton.

  • Implement non-profit best management practices

  • File official documents related to CFFC’s 501C-3 status

  • Issue welcome letters to all new members and thank you letters for donations.

  • Manage Google Drive and other cloud applications that make sense for CFFC to utilize

  • Assist in CFFC’s fund-raising activities including grant writing, and local fund raising efforts: Give Local Piedmont in the spring and Giving Tuesday in the fall.

  • Manage CFFC’s membership data base, maintain email lists, and generate periodic e-mail blasts.

  • Process records of membership donations in coordination with CFFC’s Secretary and Treasurer.

  • Assist in organizing several events a year

  • Manage CFFC’s participation in Virginia’s Adopt-a-Highway program

  • Coordinate with CFFC’s accountant and communications resources as needed

  • Schedule CFFC management and board meetings and help set agendas


  • An undergraduate degree with a minimum of three to five-years’ experience performing similar responsibilities for other organizations, preferably conservation-oriented non-profit(s)

  • Familiarity with Little Green Light or comparable membership data bases.

  • Familiarity with QuickBooks and Tech Soup, a non-profit purchasing platform

  • The ability to work with minimal supervision to complete assignments

  • Ability to work with virtual collaboration and communication tools including Google Docs Zoom, and Microsoft Office

  • The ability to develop community outreach and volunteer programs

  • Familiarity with preparing grant proposals

  • Experience in communications, public relations and marketing would be desirable, but not required

Apply Now

Interested candidates should submit their resume and a cover letter explaining their interest in the position to:


Kevin Ramundo

President, Citizens for Fauquier County


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