Location: Flexible/Remote. We work on an Eastern time zone schedule with some flexibility for non-Eastern time zones.

Reports to: Terry Kush, Chief Operations Officer.

About Majority Action:

Majority Action is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering shareholders of all sizes to hold corporations and their leaders accountable to high standards of long-term value creation, corporate governance, and social responsibility.

Our campaigns expose harmful corporate governance and behavior, catalyze investor and public action, and confront the minority who make corporate abuses possible to defend the long-term financial, environmental, and social interests of the majority. Learn more at www.majorityaction.us.

Majority Action staff collectively believe that transformational change is possible and that achieving such change requires tenacity, creativity, rigor, and collaboration. We strive to balance strategic pragmatism to advance campaigns with the courage to challenge ideas and systems that undermine sustainability, equity, and inclusion.

Our team values:

Integrity in our relationships
Asking hard questions and adapting based on what we learn
Excellence in our work
Nimbleness and strategic flexibility in the face of challenge
Deep, equitable, and mutually beneficial partnerships
Working with awareness of and respect for our needs


About the Role:
Majority Action campaigns to transform corporate behavior on climate change, racial Justice and inequality. We do this by weaving together investigative research, institutional investor engagement, strategic communications, and grassroots partnerships into integrated strategic campaigns to hold corporate boards accountable.

While Majority Action is not a traditional membership-based organization, the team works in close partnership with grassroots organizations. We work together to develop strategies and execute tactics that support activists to make their power felt in corporate boardrooms.

Majority Action is seeking an experienced Business Manager to manage our organization’s business operations, working closely with the Chief Operating Officer. As a member of the operations team, you will help build our organizational systems, manage projects, and promote collaboration between departments. The successful candidate will have a strong background in project management and complex administrative support, with the ability to creatively and proactively navigate changing circumstances. Success in this role will rely on the ability to multitask, proactively foster internal and external coordination, and perform creatively with nimbleness in the face of changing circumstances.




Vendor relationships and contracts, ensuring compliance with organizational policies and procedures.
Cyber security protocols and implementation and compliance to ensure the security of organizational data and information
Manage and Own:

Grant financial reports and reporting to ensure timely and accurate financial information is provided to stakeholders
Expense reimbursements, bill.com/org card(s), and other financial transactions to ensure timely and accurate recording of financial transactions.
Monthly close-out of finances to ensure the accuracy of financial statements.
Monthly and quarterly report generation (including reports to the board and executive members) to ensure timely and accurate reporting of financial information.
Chart of accounts to ensure accurate recording of financial transactions

Financial policies and procedures to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations
Lead and Support:

Organizational development to ensure the effective and efficient functioning of the organization
Accounting team to ensure accurate financial statements and compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
Travel planning and logistics to ensure the smooth operation of organizational activities
Executive office functions as needed, including campaign work when needed to help on one-off projects that call for all hands on deck.
3 or more years of experience in a business operations and/or finance management capacity, preferably in a non-profit setting
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail to ensure the accuracy of financial information and compliance with relevant laws and regulations
Experience managing finances and developing financial policies and procedures
Ability to multitask and prioritize competing demands to ensure timely and accurate completion of tasks
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to foster internal and external coordination
The ideal candidate will have:

A history of running operations and supporting an executive in a virtual setting
Must be fluent in project management
Deep commitment to racial, economic, and climate justice demonstrating priority for racial equity in the development and execution of internal culture, strategies, and tactics
A background for analyzing challenges within an organization and crafting solutions and a track record of developing, cultivating, and leveraging relationships
A knack for simplifying complex organizational issues, and meticulous attention to detail
Ability to drive work forward effectively and quickly in a rapid response moment
An ownership mentality where you are empowered to seek feedback, remove barriers, and implement new systems in collaboration with the executive office and operations department
Demonstrates self-awareness, cultural competency, and inclusivity with the ability to work with colleagues and stakeholders across diverse cultures and backgrounds.
Excellent communication skills and time management with the ability to manage multiple processes independently
Proficiency in the use of Google Drive and exposure to Google Workspace (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Gmail, etc.) and other operations programs, including project management software such as Asana.
Ability to work effectively as a geographically dispersed team member and communicate with staff in different timezones. This includes comfort with communicating via phone, Zoom, Slack, etc…
Familiarity with Slack, CRMs, and basic accounting is preferred but not required.
Knowledge of Quickbooks preferred but not required
Clear alignment with our mission around corporate accountability, with prior experience in corporate accountability campaigning and/or shareholder advocacy helpful, but not required


Majority Action is acutely aware that irresponsible corporate behavior disproportionately harms communities of color, working-class communities, women, and LGBTQ people. Centering diverse perspectives is critical to breaking down systemic structures of oppression and holding those in power accountable. People of color, women, LGBTQ individuals and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
This is a full-time, Exempt position based anywhere in the US. While we are a fully remote organization, COVID vaccinations are required for in-person meetings and work. The salary range for this position is $80,000 annually.

Majority Action is proud to offer the following:

100% employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance
Unlimited PTO
Home office stipend
401k Safe Harbor Plan – Employer contributes 3% for all employees
Professional development opportunities
This is a full-time, exempt position. Majority Action is an equal-opportunity employer. Majority Action prohibits unlawful discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, age, national origin, genetic characteristics, disability, status as a special disabled veteran or veteran, marital status, sexual orientation, sexual identity or any other basis prohibited by law. If you require reasonable accommodations for a disability so that you may participate in the selection process, please email destinee@mesosolutions.org.

About Majority Action

Majority Action is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering shareholders of all sizes to hold corporations and their leaders accountable to high standards of long-term value creation, corporate governance, and social responsibility.