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Episcopal Community Services of the Diocese of PA is hiring for a financial specialist to help low-income clients improve their “financial wellbeing” via career development, fund management and the like, and to train other ECS staff in financial topics such as budgeting and debt. The social services nonprofit hosted its Forum on Justice and Opportunity this past weekend.
The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration needs a development manager to support its fundraising program, including individual and corporate giving. The Radnor-based nonprofit has a staff of about 20 and supports research, awareness and education related to (obviously) frontotemporal degeneration, a disease that causes certain brain disorders.
ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narbeth is looking for an executive director to lead its seven-person staff and an army of volunteers to help older and disabled adults “remain in their homes with dignity.” The Bryn Mawr-based social services nonprofit also operates the Ada Mutch Community Resource Center and Food Pantry for the benefit of all low-income residents of the region.
Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia needs a manager of membership growth and stewardship to increase its ranks of “independent values-based” business members. Requirements: a passion for triple-bottom lines, a commitment to diversity and a familiarity with Philly’s biz community.
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Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church is hiring a part-time controller to manage its accounting, payroll and related functions. You don’t need to be a member to apply, but working at this Ardmore-based church means the pastor, Rev. Laura Tancredi, is your boss.
Bread & Roses Community Fund needs a project manager to co-run its cross-race, cross-class, intergenerational Giving Projects. The grassroots funder’s collaborative fundraising program trains socially minded community members to make grants to local activist groups.
And from elsewhere on the internet:
- Tiny WPA needs a program manager.
- University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice needs an academic coordinator to support its nonprofit leadership master’s degree program.
- Philadelphia Futures needs a director of college access and a college access coordinator.
- Center for Employment Opportunities needs a job developer.
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