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Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA is looking for an institutional giving coordinator. This is a part-time, 21 hour/week position responsible for all aspects of PPSP’s foundation, corporate, and organizational fundraising; including the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of institutional donors and prospects, with an emphasis on securing and renewing gifts of $5,000 and above. This position is also occasionally responsible for the preparation of proposal narratives and reports relating to program specific gifts from individuals.
The job is based in center city Philadelphia. People of color, bilingual, and LGBTQ+ candidates are encouraged to apply.
Community Legal Services Inc. has two staff attorney openings . The staff attorney — language access and immigrant advocacy will support and further advocacy issues that impact low-income immigrant and Limited English Proficient communities. This includes issues that affect their access to benefits, courts, government agencies, systems, and services. This new staff attorney will work collaboratively and potentially supervise one other staff attorney who is also working part-time to support this advocacy. In addition to language access specific work, this position entails helping to coordinate CLS advocacy related to issues impacting low-income immigrants.
The staff attorney — family advocacy unit position combines courtroom representation of individual parents with systems and policy advocacy to improve outcomes for vulnerable families in the child welfare system. This position will entail significant courtroom advocacy with a heavy focus on high-quality client representation. Lawyers may also be asked to provide supervision and support to paralegals, social workers, parent peer partners, and interns who are providing advice, brief service, and some representation.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region is looking for a vice president, program. The ideal candidate will build upon a strong foundation of evidence-based mentoring, and lead the organization into the next phase of enhancement of programmatic evolution to create lasting outcomes for the families and communities served. In addition, this position oversees the community-based and school-based programs, through directors who manage intake, and will match support staff in delivering exceptional customer service to volunteers, youth, and families.
This position also ensures child safety, efficiencies in procedure and practice, and will work with schools, groups, agencies, public officials and other nonprofits in the community in order to provide effective solutions for youth and families.
Eluna has an opening for an accounts and grants coordinator. This part-time (24-32 hours/week) position has key duties and responsibilities that encompass grant accounting for corporate, foundation grants and federal awards; administration of employee benefits; bookkeeping responsibilities, and other duties as assigned.
Eluna is a public nonprofit with a mission to support children and families impacted by grief or addiction.
- The ACLU of Delaware is seeking an executive director.
- The Department of Human Services of the City of Philadelphia is looking for a operations director.
- Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site is looking for a specialist, institutional giving.
- The Franklin Institute has an opening for a vice president of external affairs.
- Media Mobilizing Project has three openings: people’s algorithmic power project national organizer: operations director, and community hearing coordinator.
- The National Constitution Center has an opening for a museum educator.
- The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is looking for an associate director of volunteers and competitive classes.
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