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Delaware River Waterfront Corporation needs some help promoting the many outdoor attractions it oversees, including Spruce Street Harbor Park, Race Street Pier and RiverRink Winterfest, as we crawl toward warmer months. Check out the marketing manager position here.
Sustainable Business Network is hiring for three positions: programs and events coordinator, to manage the network’s calendar of events; membership manager, to oversee the P&E coordinator and member activities; and policy and research intern, to support SBN’s Good Economy Challenge, aimed at making legislation more startup- and small-business-friendly.
Our Closet is a program of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia that provides clothing to vulnerable Philadelphians. It needs a program manager to lead pop-up shops and manage partnerships; check out the job here.
Grassroots Campaigns is behind those canvassers asking if you have a minute for the environment and other progressive causes on college campuses. The national org is hiring locally for canvassers or field managers and an assistant canvass director.
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Legal services nonprofit Community Legal Services tackles a whole host of issues, including food security, housing and “Clean Slate” laws. In 2018, it’s making two new hires: a development associate, to help with fundraising efforts, and an office manager for its neighborhood office, the North Philadelphia Law Center.
AccessMatters works to increase access to sexual and reproductive health care. The nonprofit is looking for a director of community-based health services to head up its HIV/STD prevention offerings for underserved populations. Check out the job here.
Biz advocacy org Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia needs two roles filled: coordinator of member engagement, to manage membership accounts, and coordinator of its Middle Market Action Team, to support its work to “amplify the region’s competitive advantages.”
The Jenkintown-based American Anti-Vivisection Society fights the use of animals in science. The org is hiring for a business manager to handle its accounting and other office needs; see the job description here. (Only furball lovers need apply.)
Per Executive Director Joseph Conyers, Project440 teaches “young musicians the importance of service through music and then gives them the skillset to be able to go out in the community and do those services.” 440 needs a managing director to oversee its strategic operations; check it out here.
You know The Business of Doing Good as the social enterprise training program for middle schoolers. The nonprofit is looking for an entrepreneur coach to teach students the ins and out of, well, the business of doing good during program workshops. See the job here.
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