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Breast cancer support nonprofit Living Beyond Breast Cancer is looking for a corporate relations manager to maintain and form new relationships with its corporate partners. This position will also oversee the LBBC Shop and Support program as well as LBBC events and other projects. Learn more here.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services needs a program associate and driver to pick up and deliver clothing items to Our Closet, a volunteering-driven program powered by JFCS. This part-timer will work with the Our Closet program manager to coordinate pick-up and drop-off times and manage inventory for pop-up shops. Check it out here.
Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project, a nonprofit that helps low-income Philadelphians stabilize their debt or get out of bankruptcy, is scouting for a new executive director to provide leadership in the CBAP community, maintain a relationship with CBAP’s partners, publicize the org’s mission and projects and develop plans with current and incoming donors and sponsors. See the job here.
And from elsewhere on the internet:
Reinvestment Fund has an opening for a program director of its Healthy Food Financing Initiative, an enterprise that aims to improve access to healthy food for low-income families. The nonprofit is one-half of PhilaImpact Fund, Philadelphia’s new place-based impact investment fund. More about the job here.
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The faith-based nonprofit Esperanza has an opening for a full-time digital marketing associate to promote the org through social media, email campaigns and content marking. The idea candidate is passionate about strengthening Philadelphia’s Hispanic community. See more of the position here.
Two jobs in one! Sustainable Business Network is hiring for two positions: development and operations associate and government relations manager. The former’s responsibilities include maintaining current relationships with philanthropic supporters and corporate sponsors and ensuring effective and efficient environments. The latter oversees the membership-based nonprofit’s policy-related activities and is a liaison between SBN members and the city’s decision-makers.
For those with experience in counseling and social work, Women Against Abuse in looking for a program manager to oversee its behavioral health team, including therapists. Trauma-informed therapeutic service delivery experience is a must. See the job here.
Transformation Yoga Project, which provides mindfulness and yoga programming to vulnerable populations, is in need of an executive director to manage the TYP team, maintain relationships with donors and funders, create events and projects for TYP and acts as spokesperson for the organization. P.S. A trauma-sensitive “yoga for recovery” training is being hosted by the org on October 13 and 14. Find out more about the job here.
Philadelphia Artists Collective seeks a development director to support the org’s fundraising and donor management. Recently, PAC finished its run of “Maria Marten, or, The Murder in the Red Barn.” See more about the job here.
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