On the Market: 30 openings at healthcare providers, museums and other social impact orgs - Generocity Philly


Jan. 23, 2020 6:30 am

On the Market: 30 openings at healthcare providers, museums and other social impact orgs

Multiple job openings at Public Heath Management Corporation, Philadelphia Youth Network and Urban Creators; plus listings from nine other organizations.

PHMC's headquarters at 1500 Market, with active design elements such as an internal staircase, treadmill desks and natural light.

(Courtesy photo; design by Bradberry and Kheradi)

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Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) has five open positions:

  • Turning Points for Children community umbrella agency case manager — Turning Points for Children, an affiliate of PHMC, seeks applicants with extensive experience in human services case management work at the full performance level.
  • Special education teacher — This position is responsible for the instruction of educational programs and curricula for exceptional students at Fairwold Academy.
  • Certified medical assistant — This position performs a wide variety of duties and responsibilities in a manner that places emphasis on quality of care and customer service.
  • Psychiatrist — This position provides leadership in psychiatric services in PHMC’s Health Services and Behavioral Health Services division.
  • Fulltime interviewer — The Research & Evaluation Group at PHMC (R&E Group) is seeking someone to conduct survey data collection and reporting activities, while fostering strong working relationships between the project team and participants.

PHMC is a nonprofit public health agency whose mission is to create and sustain healthier communities through partnerships with city, state, federal government, foundations, businesses and community-based organizations. PHMC reaches more than 350,000 clients through its programs, network of subsidiaries and partnerships throughout the city.

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Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust is looking for an executive director. The Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust (ASMHPT) is a nonprofit corporation formed in 2011 to oversee the preservation, operation and educational programs at the Arch Street Meeting House and grounds — a National Historic Landmark and the largest Quaker meeting house in the world.

The organization’s mission is to increase public understanding of the impact and continued relevance of Quakers and Quaker history. The executive director will lead the organization as it seeks to be the preeminent destination for experiencing and learning about Quakers’ unique contributions to society.


CORA Services is looking for a drug and alcohol counselor. Located in Northeast Philadelphia, CORA Services, Inc. is a nonprofit social services agency providing professional human services to children, youth, adults and families in an outpatient setting.

This position provides individual, family and group counseling services to adolescents, adults and families. Services also include comprehensive assessment, recovery case management activities and advocacy on behalf of clients. Individual and group services are performed at agency sites, as well as in school and community locations.


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


Good Shepherd Mediation Program has an opening for a 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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