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On the market: 35 openings across the nonprofit sector

May 8, 2020 Category: ColumnFeaturedLongPurpose

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Featured openings:

Big Brother Big Sisters Independence is looking for a grant accountant.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence (BBBSI) is the largest BBBS agency in the state and fourth largest in the nation, with a mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships to help youth realize their full potential.

The grant accountant is responsible for processing grant activities and maintaining the financial records in compliance with terms and conditions and audit standards. This position provides accounting support for Federal, State, and Local grants. The position also assists with the grant closing process, reconciling funds and accounts to identify errors or discrepancies and perform general ledger account analysis.


Covenant House Pennsylvania has an opening for a director of development.

Founded in 1999, Covenant House Pennsylvania (CHPA) works to move Pennsylvania youth who experience homelessness toward stability and independence. CHPA operates three sites in PA (two in Philadelphia and one in York) and delivers basic needs and supportive services to youth and young families.

The organization is looking for a director of development to oversee the organization’s fundraising efforts and the development team. The optimal person will be: a fundraising generalist with experience securing foundation, corporate, individual, and government support; familiar with Philadelphia’s philanthropic landscape; and accustomed to developing and managing a small team of fundraisers.


The Hispanic Family Center of Southern NJ is looking for an executive director.

The comprehensive human services organization, with three locations in Camden and one in Gloucester County, writes that the the ideal candidate will be bilingual/bicultural and have an authentic, inclusive and strategic leadership style; demonstrated social sector management experience; strong finance, fundraising and communications skills, and; a passion for serving the Latino community in Southern New Jersey.

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Public Health Management Corporation has three current openings: CUA case manager, psychiatrist and special education teacher.

Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is a nonprofit public health agency serving the Greater Philadelphia region for nearly 50 years, and reaching more than 350,000 clients through its programs, network of subsidiaries and partnerships throughout the city.

The CUA case manager works for Turning Points for Children, an affiliate of PHMC. The position performs a variety of counseling, referral, placement and/or adoptive functions related to services for children and youth. Work includes performing case management activities, assessing client and family needs, developing an appropriate service and/or treatment plan, developing group activities, providing on-going counseling and referral services and/or determining appropriate placement actions.

The psychiatrist/associate medical director provides leadership in psychiatric services in PHMC’s Health Services and Behavioral Health Services division. The candidate will provide direct clinical services as well as ensure that clinical services are integrated into each client’s overall treatment plan, consistent with the program model of care or services.

The special education teacher is responsible for the instruction of educational programs and curricula for exceptional students at Fairwold Academy. The position develops and implements the Individual Education Plan (IEP) for each student and collaborates with members of the instructional team in the planning and implementation of behavioral and academic interventions and supports to ensure students receive a quality educational program.


Regional Housing Legal Services has an opening for a senior manager, housing development legal services.

Regional Housing Development Services (RHLS) is a nonprofit law firm that works with nonprofit housing developers to create decent, safe, affordable and sustainable housing for lower-income people living in Pennsylvania. The open position is an opportunity for an attorney with strong management skills who wants to help lead a skilled team of transactional lawyers helping nonprofit partners turn dreams into safe, affordable communities.

RHLS describes its employee benefits package as generous, and says the salary to be offered will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.


Supportive Older Women’s Network (SOWN) has an opening for a director of programs – social work opportunity.

For 35 years, SOWN has extended many critical services to older adults in the Philadelphia area, with staff and a team of volunteers that support older adults living in the community.

The organization is seeking director of programs due to an interim promotion. This is a full-time, long term position (6+ months) with the potential for continued, regular employment. As the supervisor and coordinator of direct service providers, the position reports to the interim executive director, and plays a key role in helping both older adults and children thrive.


The Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia has two openings: program associate and government relations manager.

The Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia is a membership organization that inspires, challenges, and supports the local independent business community to be change agents in the movement towards social equity and climate resilience.

The program associate will provide programmatic and administrative support across SBN’s team, specifically for membership, government relations, and green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) partners departments.

The manager of government relations will lead the implementation and evaluation of SBN’s advocacy and government relations activities at the local and state level.


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