(Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia)
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National Liberty Museum is hiring for three positions: marketing manager, development director and manager of facility rental and group sales. The museum “brings liberty to life through stories of people whose character and courage have expanded liberty for all” — so, civic engagement enthusiasts only.
Enriched Schools is looking for “rockstar” substitute teachers to sign on to flexible teaching gigs. The org uses lots of buzzwords — guest educator, F.I.R.E. — to describe its work, which takes place in nine cities across the Eastern half of the country.
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is seeking a senior director of major gifts and grants for work with the nonprofit’s donors and philanthropic funders. The org that puts on the annual Philadelphia Flower Show “connects people with horticulture, and together we create beautiful, healthy and sustainable communities.” 🌻
Generocity sister site Technical.ly needs a marketing manager to promote its talent acquisition services for tech companies. Must love innovative business models for sustaining an independent, tech-focused newsroom.
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And a reminder: Technical.ly 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.
- Rock to the Future needs a site director for its MusiCore After School Program.
- Cliveden of the National Trust needs a CEO.
- PhillyCAM needs a house producer for its Community News TV program.
- Year Up needs an associate director of operations.
- Character Lab needs a director of school partnerships.
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