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Pearl S. Buck International is looking for its next president and CEO. The organization, located in Perkasie (Bucks County), operates out of the former estate of writer Pearl S. Buck, where her National Historic Landmark home is open to tours. The organization offers diversity and inclusion training, writing workshops, events, exhibits and manages humanitarian programs in China, South Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
The Pennsylvania Humanities Council wants someone who can “create, incubate, lead, and sustain” for its senior director of content and engagement. Since 2013 the Council has focused strategically on areas of need in Pennsylvania where it believes the humanities can have the greatest impact: civic engagement and education.
There are four openings at Maternity Care Coalition, the nonprofit that works to improve maternal and child health:
- Case manager for the Healthy Families of America program
- Facilities and administration assistant
- Vice president of finance and administration
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PennFuture is looking for a legal program director to advance the organization’s legal activities in the coming years. PennFuture is one of the first statewide environmental organizations in Pennsylvania to employ a full-time legal staff to fulfill its mission to lead the transition to a clean energy economy in Pennsylvania. The location of this position is negotiable and can be based out of any of PennFuture’s offices in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, or Mt. Pocono.
Career Wardrobe is looking for a program director to lead a team of eight employees and manage the operation of client services programs in Philadelphia, Delaware, and Bucks Counties.
Next City — the nonprofit news organization with ad mission to inspire social, economic and environmental change in cities through journalism — has a development manager opening. Some travel will be required. It is a full-time position based in the Philadelphia office.
The National Liberty Museum has two openings currently: A grant writer to join the organization’s development team, and an administrative assistant. The museum, located at 321 Chestnut St., celebrates the stories of everyday heroes and champions of liberty.
Philadelphia Community Corps describes itself as a deconstruction job training nonprofit — that is, an organization that provides career training programs “that empower underserved citizens to revitalize blighted neighborhoods by deconstructing vacant buildings and salvaging materials for reuse.” The unique nonprofit is in search of a program manager.
- Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation has openings for a staff attorney, a director of compliance and monitoring and a human resources generalist.
- Penn Center for Community Health Workers is looking for an IMPaCT director.
- Philadelphia Children’s Alliance seeks an operations director.
- Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has the following openings: managing director international relations foundation, and senior facilities communication coordinator.
- The Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition is hiring a youth organizer.
- Women’s Medical Fund is looking for a manager of community organizing.
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