(Photo courtesy of Friends of the Rail Park)
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.
Bethesda Project is looking for a director of shelter to oversee its Our Brother’s Place shelter program for men. The responsibilities of this position include managing direct-service staff, engaging with and advocating for guests, and ensuring the facility complies with city and L&I regulations. See more here.
For the bookworms: The Free Library of Philadelphia’s Rosenbach, which houses a public collection of rare books, is seeking a manager of communications to create new marketing initiatives, oversee all internal and external communications and build the library’s audience. Check it out here.
Drexel University has an opening for its assistant director of workforce and economic inclusion position. This one involves managing Drexel’s portion of University City District’s $5 million Lenfest Foundation grant supporting the West Philadelphia Skills Initiative and overseeing adult ed and workforce development programming at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships. More about it here.
PhillyCAM is in need of a full-time community engagement director to promote awareness of the nonprofit’s events and programs, develop community partnerships, and create and lead programming. Must love media literacy, media policy and “people-powered media.” Learn more here.
From our Partners
Callowhill-loving Friends of the Rail Park is hiring a community engagement and programs manager. This position requires implementing a volunteer program and representing FRP at meetings and events while working under new ED Kevin Dow. The park’s quarter-mile-length Phase One is now complete and open to the public. Check out the job here.
Your favorite niche news and events company, Technically Media, is looking to hire an events coordinator. Responsibilities include the planning and execution of events such as Philly Tech Week, Technical.ly’s Super Meetup and Generocity’s INTER/VIEW. (P.S. We’re fun.) Learn more here.
Police Athletic League of Philadelphia is scouting for a grants manager to keep track of pending and committed grants, research grant funding prospects and write grant proposals and projects. The nonprofit fosters positive relationships between Philly kids and police through sports and other after-school programming. Learn more here.
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