18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Deputy Chief Operating Officer (COO) – Mecca
The Chief Executive Officer is accountable for the company’s entire operations, with the goal of delivering value-added financial services to members/owners in a profitable, competitive, and financially sound manner. The CEO shall establish supervisory controls and report to the board of directors, as well as providing executive leadership and guidance to the operational units in accordance with safe and good business practises.
Job Title : Deputy Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Location : Mecca, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 44.57 per hour.
Company : Org3D
Job Type : Full-Time
- Ensures that workers are productive and that the organization’s objectives are met, while also developing an inclusive work environment for all employees.
- It is up to you to make sure that the association’s controls, finances, and operations are being closely watched on a regular basis by someone who is knowledgeable about them (i.e., capital requirements, asset quality requirements, management and staff effectiveness, earnings requirements and liquidity requirements).
- accountable for reporting to the board of directors on all financial, operational, personnel, and marketing problems and activities must do so promptly and accurately.
- Serve as an engaging, approachable, and helpful team leader who promotes an organizational culture that recruits, maintains, and inspires a diverse, highly competent workforce. Strengthen communication and decision-making rigor, quality, clarity, and transparency. Encourage departments to work together constructively and collegially.
- Maintain the organization’s financial stability and track record of diligent, lean financial management. Assess its structure, operations, policies, workforce, business model, and financing needs after strategic planning and make improvements as needed. Strengthen and creatively utilize the organization’s usage of technology in all facets of its operations. To maintain the integrity of the organization’s activities on behalf of the public trust, ensure excellent stewardship and stick to very high standards.
- As part of encouraging communication, it’s important to make sure that everyone who interacts with the organization knows what it stands for and what it wants to achieve (all levels of employees, customers, the board, Farm Credit Administration, funding bank and communities, etc.).
- To assist in the development of productive and efficient work methods, as well as new initiatives, by making recommendations and offering solutions.
- Set up local procedures and programs, and use them in conjunction with management controls and standards to develop and implement the organization’s operations.
- In order to ensure that the company’s financial results are in line with our cooperative ideals, we must manage the company’s financial outcomes.
- able to use financial statements as a management tool and has previously been responsible for the operational budget
- Comfort with a wide range of tasks, from strategic to administrative, at the same time, with a proven ability to synthesize, prioritize, and act.
- It’s important to have a good grasp on how managed care works. This includes how the delivery system is set up and how money is spent, as well as how programs are made, how utilization is managed, network management, and quality improvement.
- Marketing, public relations, and fund-raising know-how combined with the ability to relate to individuals from all backgrounds.
- Management skills that are above average, like strategic organizational growth, motivating abilities, negotiation, communication, and interpersonal skills, are important.
- A person’s capacity for successful management and leadership includes the ability to recruit, hire, train and develop personnel as well as to achieve results through collaborating with others.