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Nov. 9, 2017 1:51 pm

On the Market: These 10 Philly impact orgs are hiring for leadership positions

American Red Cross needs a local CEO, Girls Rock Philly needs a co-director, Committee of Seventy needs a senior director of development and seven more jobs open now.

Girls Rock Philly's 2016 youth showcase.

(Courtesy photo)

On the Market is a column where we highlight noteworthy job openings and the people who are lookin’. Want to be featured on our jobs board? Check out generocity.org/jobs.


We wrote earlier this year about Girls Rock Philly’s very cool shared leadership model. Join this music education nonprofit’s collaborative team as community organizing director if you’re interested in communications, volunteer management and social justice — plus, mentoring the next generation of  rockers. More info here.

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You know Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia for its annual conference and its work facilitating change-making conversations with funders. The org, led by new-ish ED Sidney Hargro, is seeking a director of leadership and advancement to support its strategic partnerships. Learn more here.

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Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the nonprofit that supports public space beautification (and that little thing called the Philadelphia Flower Show), has two open positions: program curator and project manager. The first will get to develop the engagement strategy for the forthcoming Pew-winning Farm to Table: Growing for Greater Good public art project. If landscape management is more your style, consider the latter role.

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Better government advocate Committee of Seventy just wrapped up a cycle of voter education ahead of Tuesday’s election and is now in the midst of collecting feedback on Philly voters’ experiences at the polls. It’s also hiring for a senior director of development to oversee fundraising and partnerships. Check it out here.

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Russell Byers Charter School in Center City, named for a Daily News columnist killed in 1999, is looking for a head of school with experience in urban elementary education. This hire will be tasked with leading the school’s expansion to include eighth graders over the next three years. More info here.

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Jewish life organization Tribe 12 is accepting apps for its trademark fellowship, which teaches entrepreneurial skills such as public speaking, financial planning and human-centered design to young people in the Jewish community looking to complete some personal or professional project. Learn more here.

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Socially conscious web design firm Message Agency needs a visual designer and brand strategist to work with clients in the nonprofit, university and philanthropy space. Hires get the benefit of being a part of a company that’s been rated one of the top B Corps in the world two out of the past three years by folks in the know. Check it out here.

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Here’s a big one: American Red Cross Eastern Pennsylvania Region is looking for a new CEO. This disaster relief chief would oversee operations of five Red Cross chapters: Southeastern PA, Tri-County, Poconos, Lehigh Valley-Bucks and Northeastern PA. (The office is in Center City, though.) Learn more here.

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Generocity and Technical.ly parent company Technically Media needs an operations coordinator. This role is perfect for folks who love QuickBooks, HR best practices and project management. Bonus: Sit next to this editor in our cozy Curtis Center office! More info here.

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See all available jobs here. Wanna post a job yourself? Have at it.

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Julie Zeglen

Julie Zeglen is the editor of Generocity. Previous to joining the Technically Media team, she served as managing editor of Star Community Newsweekly, a hyperlocal newspaper focused on Philadelphia’s River Wards. The Temple alumna lives in West Philly.

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