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Jan. 8, 2019 12:49 pm

On the Market: 12 new Philly jobs to make an impact in 2019

Want to change your title to special events manager, grant portfolio director or (psst) Generocity editor? Consider these open positions.

Tech in the Commons' Smart Cities project night at the Innovation Lab.

(Photo by Chris Wink)

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.


Knight Foundation is looking for its next director to manage its Philadelphia investments and support grantees (including Generocity’s Tech in the Commons series). Patrick Morgan vacated the position at the top of this month to join Parks and Rec’s senior leadership team; in his three years with the funder, he oversaw the dispersal of over $26 million via 113 community-focused grants.

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Emily’s Entourage is hiring a special events manager to develop and execute large-scale events such an annual gala as well as smaller events such as networking and donor mixers. The Bala Cynwyd-based nonprofit funds research about cystic fibrosis.

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Some personal news: By the end of this month, I’ll be transitioning to a new role at Technically MediaTechnical.ly managing editor. I’m so sad to leave Generocity but very excited to take on new responsibilities at the company I’ve grown with for the past three years. If you or someone you know has the journalism chops and passion for social impact in Philadelphia, consider the Generocity editor position.

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And a heads up: Technical.ly Philly is hosting its annual NET/WORK jobs fair on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at The Fillmore Philadelphia. Anyone on the hunt for a job in the tech sector (which certainly doesn’t only include developers or UX designers) should register below.

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Find your next tech job. RSVP for NET/WORK Philly

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Other jobs:

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See all available jobs posted on Generocity here. Want to post a job yourself? Have at it. P.S. A handful of these social impact jobs are still available, too.

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