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Jewish Family and Children’s Services is looking for a corporate and mid-level donor manager to join its community engagement team. The 163-year-old nonprofit provides social services to children, families, adults with disabilities, older adults, Holocaust survivors, LGBTQ people and more.
Episcopal Community Services of the Diocese of PA is hiring for two positions: a director of emergency housing and an IT user experience specialist. The former will oversee ECS’s 100-bed shelter, St. Barnabas Mission, while the latter is a tech-heavy position for someone with a few years’ experience implementing or managing websites or intranets.
Maternity Care Coalition needs a case manager for its Safe Start MOMobile program to provide in-home case management services for medically high-risk pregnant women. MCC is one of a few local providers offering such trainings for under-resourced families, which can improve literacy rates and shrink the achievement gap.
Mural Arts Philadelphia seeks a director of development to lead fundraising for its $10 million budget. May every donor pitch meeting begin with an exploration of this gorgeous and easy-to-use Mural Finder app, which allows the user to locate the murals in any Philly neighborhood.
From our Partners
Message Agency is on the lookout for a user experience designer to build websites for nonprofit, university and foundation clients. The Callowhill-based B Corp is often listed on B Lab’s annual Best for the World list.
And from elsewhere on the internet:
- The Mann Center for the Performing Arts needs a director of individual giving and membership.
- Fleisher Art Memorial needs an operations manager.
- City Year Philadelphia needs an impact director.
- Philadelphia READS needs an executive director.
- Temple University’s Center for Community Partnerships needs a director.
- Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia needs a literacy center supervisor.
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