On the Market: 13 new Philly jobs in fundraising, nonprofit leadership and more - Generocity Philly

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Aug. 22, 2018 12:14 pm

On the Market: 13 new Philly jobs in fundraising, nonprofit leadership and more

Open positions from Fairmount Ventures, Science History Institute, Read by 4th!, Brandywine Health Foundation, Children's Crisis Treatment Center, Council for Relationships and TreePhilly.

TreePhilly's October 2017 yard tree giveaway with Esperanza and the Wyoming Library.

(Photo via facebook.com/TreePhilly)

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Fairmount Ventures needs to fill two positions: a fundraising project manager and a part-time project coordinator. The former will design and execute all aspects of the consulting company’s nonprofit clients’ campaigns, while the latter will serve as project manager for aspects of the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation’s ongoing capital campaign.

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Science History Institute is looking for a web content manager to oversee all content on its chemistry, engineering and life sciences-focused website, plus contribute to strategic planning. Heads up: The institute was formed after the merger of the Chemical Heritage Foundation and the Life Sciences Foundation in early 2018.

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The Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation is in need of a grants manager to oversee the development activities of its Read by 4th! campaign. Responsibilities include writing grant proposals, growing an institutional funding base and thinking on a five-year timeline. Must love literacy.

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Philadelphia Parks and Recreation and Fairmount Park Conservancy seek a program specialist for their TreePhilly program, which promotes Philly’s “urban forest” and provides residents with free trees for their homes and public spaces. This position will manage the city’s annual Arbor Day celebration, coordinate distribution of trees and more.

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Brandywine Health Foundation needs a strategy officer to manage cross-sector partnerships, evaluate program effectiveness and oversee the development of the community health organization’s long-term strategy. The person in this position will also serve as team lead for projects such as the Greening Coatesville Initiative.

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Children’s Crisis Treatment Center is looking for a development and marketing specialist to assist with its fundraising and external comms efforts, including social media and grant applications. The social services nonprofit recently hired a new director of development, John Moeller Jr.

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Council for Relationships is on the lookout for a director of advancement to manage fundraising and communications for the nonprofit. The role reports to the CEO and oversees a marketing coordinator. CfR provides counseling services on a sliding scale for Philadelphians in need.

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Bonus leadership jobs:

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