On the Market: 44 openings at Philadelphia-area nonprofits - Generocity Philly

Jan. 8, 2020 2:04 pm

On the Market: 44 openings at Philadelphia-area nonprofits

Positions are available at 17 organizations, including United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, Good Shepherd Mediation Program, PhillyCAM, LISC Philly, People's Emergency Center, and more.

Current opening range from mediation coordinator to director of environmental art.

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United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey has an opening for a private philanthropy officer, leadership giving & Women United.

The Private Philanthropy team focuses on engaging individual donors in United Way’s mission to end intergenerational poverty. The private philanthropy officer, Leadership Giving & Women United is responsible for cultivating and stewarding a portfolio of approximately 50 donors at the Leadership level ($1,000 – $5,000) using personal communication and annual visits.

Other duties include: strategic oversight of the donor affinity group, Women United, including growing the membership base, increasing donors to leadership level giving, and engaging the group through volunteer opportunities related to UWGPSNJ’s core focus areas of early education, workforce development, and financial empowerment.

The position also acts as an ambassador and champion of the WU Initiative throughout the community and works collaboratively with the overall department to build strong donor communities.


Good Shepherd Mediation Program has an opening for a part-time mediation coordinator.

The community mediation center’s  mission is to encourage peace, reconciliation, and social justice and empower individuals to resolve conflicts. The open coordinator position is responsible for intake, scheduling, case management, monitoring, and follow-up of all mediations, circle processes, victim-offender conferences, and other dialogue processes. Also record keeping and reporting, volunteer coordination and outreach, as needed.

The position is currently a 24-hour per week temporary position, but there is potential for it to become fulltime and permanent.


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