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Philadelphia Health Partnership needs a manager of administration to keep the wheels turning via office management, grantmaking support and bookkeeping. The private foundation formerly known as First Hospital Foundation funds access to health services in the Philadelphia region, especially for children and families and immigrants and refugees.
Breastcancer.org is looking for a grant and proposal writer to find financial support for the Ardmore-based nonprofit that provides information on breast cancer to “an active and supportive online community.” In addition to, obviously, writing grant proposals, this part-time role is charged with managing existing grants and occasionally helping out with the organization’s events.
Resources for Human Development is hiring a clinical outcomes director to assess the effectiveness of its programs across the country, including by building a plan for the organization to measure KPIs. The massive human services nonprofit gained a new ED last year who told Generocity he’s all about a “values-based” organizational culture.
And from elsewhere on the internet …
- The Clay Studio needs a director of development.
- Center for Employment Opportunities needs a regional operations coordinator for the Mid-Atlantic region.
- Women Against Abuse needs a clinical director.
- Attic Youth Center needs a health and wellness program specialist and a trainer for its Bryson Institute.
- The Kimmel Center needs a director of client relations for its Ticket Philadelphia.
- University of the Artsneeds a director of visitor experience.
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