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On the market: 11 jobs for directors, coordinators, coalition organizers and more

Free Library of Philadelphia. June 3, 2019 Category: ColumnFeaturedLongPurpose


Updated to add an open position at Mural Arts.

On the Market is a column where we highlight noteworthy job openings. Want to be featured on our jobs board? Check out

Starfinder Foundation, the organization that uses soccer for sports-based youth development practices that promote physical, personal, and academic growth, is currently looking to fill two positions. The outcomes coordinator, Up2Us coach is a one-year service position (August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020). The outcomes coordinator will serve as a coach mentor, develop and implement recruitment strategies, directly support Starfinder team members, and collect data to support Starfinder’s measurements and evaluation plans, among other responsibilities.

The second open position is culture coordinator, Up2Us coach. Another one-year service position  (August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020), the culture coordinator will develop opportunities for teens to contribute to the Starfinder culture, design a calendar of events, organize and oversee Youth Council, among other responsibilities.


The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has an opening for a director of organizational effectiveness. The director of organizational effectiveness ensures that PHS has the talent, capabilities, culture, capacity and structure needed to succeed in its mission – uniting people together to use horticulture for the greater good.  The individual in this position will lead diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, performance management, design of organizational structure and roles, among other responsibilities.

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is an internationally recognized nonprofit organization founded in 1827, advances the well-being of the Philadelphia region by creating healthier living environments, building deeper connections between people, and increasing access to fresh food and economic opportunity.

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WURD — the only African-American owned and operated talk radio station in Pennsylvania, and one of few in the country — is looking for an account executive to secure advertising sales and sponsorships consistent with the station’s programming, company and individual financial objectives.

The account executive is responsible for presenting WURD and its on-air, online and in the community brand as a viable marketing resource to clients, and will also commit to effectively providing first class service while representing the station in a professional manner in all sales situations.


Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence, whose organizational mission is to build and support one-to-one relationships to ignite the biggest possible futures for youth. is currently looking to fill two positions. For the VP of advancement position, BBBSI is seeking a seasoned professional to lead sustainable growth, and work with the CEO and senior leadership, the governing board development committee, and the honorary board to drive new revenue, maintain and elevate current donors, and expand development capabilities with one of the country’s leading BBBS agencies.

For the position of director of special events & sponsorships, BBBSI is seeking an experienced fundraising events professional to plan sustainable growth, and work with senior leadership and Board-chaired Special Event Committees to drive new revenue, maintain and elevate current sponsors, and expand special events capabilities with one of the country’s leading BBBS agencies.


Other job openings:


Are you ready for a job with social impact?

Attendees networking at INTER/VIEW 2018. (Photo by Dominique Nichole)

INTER/VIEW 2019 is taking place June 12 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at PHMC, Centre Square East, 1500 Market Street, East Tower, in Philadelphia.

Presented by Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) and organized by Generocity, INTER/VIEW is an informal social impact jobs fair showcasing mission-oriented companies seeking talented people seeking to do good on and off the job.


  • Achieving Independence Center
  • American Red Cross
  • ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships
  • Azavea
  • Blessings, Inc.
  • College Possible
  • Dwell City Solutions
  • Georgia E. Gregory Interdenominational School of Music
  • Heritage Community Development Corporation
  • Heroic Gardens
  • Juvenile Justice Center of Philadelphia
  • National Philanthropic Trust
  • North 5th Street Revitalization Project
  • Philadelphia Women’s Network Connection
  • Philly Tech Sistas
  • PHMC
  • Riverbend Environmental Education Center
  • Starfinder Foundation
  • The Greater Philadelphia Diaper Bank
  • Throw Like a Woman, Social Impact Consulting
  • Urban Technology Project
  • YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School
  • Philly YMCA
  • WURD Radio
  • Network for Women with Careers in Technology
  • Live 24HRS
  • Psykee

The companies at INTER/VIEW are psyched to show off their company culture — and get to know who’s behind the resume. They’re organizations that don’t just want another employee or volunteer — they’re looking to build lasting relationships that work for both sides.


  • Looking for full-time work with a company that fits your skills & personality
  • Seeking opportunities to give back as a part of your career
  • Are a recent grad looking for an apprenticeship
  • Interested in freelance gigs
  • Currently employed, but want to feel out future opportunities


The jobs and opportunities available will highlight how you can do well and also do good — and not just at a nonprofit anymore. The employers at INTER/VIEW are looking to learn more than just what’s on your resume. You’ll still need chops to land your dream job, but at INTER/VIEW, your personality & “fit” carry real weight.


  • Suit & tie are optional
  • Drop off your resume and get feedback
  • Hang out during the event for networking and snacks
  • Visit the photo-booth for LinkedIn appropriate headshots

Register now for INTER/VIEW






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