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On the Market is a column where we highlight noteworthy job openings. Want to be featured on our jobs board? Check out generocity.org/jobs.
First Step Staffing, a staffing agency and social enterprise, is looking for a regional sales manager with experience in sales strategies. The position holder will provide temporary staffing solutions in “event staffing, warehouses, food processing, hospitality and any business that requires temporary labor.” Check out the job here.
The Jewish Federation of Philadelphia, an organization dedicated to supporting the Jewish community in Philadelphia, is looking to fill three job positions. The first open position is a Northeast NORC (Naturally Occurring Retirement Community) service coordinator and requires knowledge in public benefit policies, as well as the ability to make home visits and phone calls to new and existing NORC members. The second is for a Mitzvah Food Program care manger who will work with clients in the Mitzvah Food Program pantries. And the third is a social responsibility coordinator who will do administrative work with the service planning department.
Local domestic violence service provider Women Against Abuse is looking for a VP of advancement with significant experience in funding development. The position requires extensive skills in building strategic relationships and at least three to five years of experience in major donor cultivation. Learn more about the position here.
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Senior Community Services, a nonprofit that provides various services to senior citizens, is looking to hire an associate director of advancement to lead “foundation grants, annual giving, planned giving, major gifts, corporate sponsorship, and special event components.” Learn more about the job here.
Bread & Roses Community Fund, a fundraising and development organization that funds grassroots social justice projects, is looking to fill its director of resource development position to organize all fundraising efforts. The position holder must have fundraising experience and a commitment to progressive social change. Check out the job here.
KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools is hiring for a managing director of development. Along with a new CEO, this position “will play a critical role in telling the KPPS story and designing a fundraising strategy.” See the position here.
Plus, these 11 orgs will be looking for new talent at Generocity’s INTER/VIEW hiring event presented by Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) on Monday, May 21:
- Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region
- The Business of Doing Good
- JEVS Human Services
- National Philanthropic Trust
- Rebuilding Together Philadelphia
- SPIN Human Services
- Throw Like a Woman, Consulting with Social Impact
- Turning Points for Children
Is your org hiring (and want literally free exposure)? Are you on the hunt yourself? There’s a place for you at INTER/VIEW.
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