Public Health Management Corporation
- Regional Manager, Healthcare and Emergency Management (NW and Central Pa.) — Provides expert consultation and technical assistance for emergency preparedness planners in healthcare systems and healthcare facilities to improve their individual emergency response plans and enhance their ability to participate in regional planning and response.
- Emotional Support Special Education Teacher — This position is responsible for the instruction of educational programs and curricula for exceptional students. The Emotional Support Special Education Teacher 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.
- CUA Case Manager — Turning Points for Children an affiliate of The Public Health Management Corporation seeks a Case Manager with extensive experience in human services case management work at the full performance level. An employee in this position performs a variety of counseling, referral, placement and/or adoptive functions related to services for children and youth.
- Psychiatrist — Provide 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.
- Case Management Supervisor — Turning Points for Children an affiliate of The Public Health Management Corporation seeks a Case Management Supervisor. The primary purpose of this position is to supervise the activities of, and gives consultation and direction to the case managers engaged in performing a variety of counseling, referral, placement and/or adoptive functions related to services to children and youth in the CUA.
Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels
Executive Director: overall strategic and operational responsibility; manages two part-time employees, vendors and suppliers; provides oversight/coordination of daily food packing; attends board meetings; emails activity reports to board; actively engages in promoting the organization’s mission.
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Grants Manager: will ensure that the Foundation’s grantmaking and related processes, documents, procedures and implementation are executed professionally, efficiently, on schedule, and in a manner consistent with best practices. Candidates are sought who are looking for a meaningful work opportunity and who have strong attention to detail, written and verbal communication skills, organizational and interpersonal skills, a strong sense of discretion, initiative, enthusiasm, flexibility, a sense of humor, and a willingness to work in a small team environment in a primarily internal-facing role.
Covenant House Pennsylvania
Accounting Manager II: responsible for the completion and review of month-end journal entries and reconciliations, preparing monthly financial reports, ensuring accurate accounts payable processing, checking payroll and related benefit transactions for the agency, accurate recording of revenue and accounts receivable, ensuring managers understand their budgeted and actual expenses and will maintain the Covenant House Pennsylvania Accounting system and control processes while ensuring compliance with the agency’s mission.
Education Law Center — PA
Development Director: the statewide nonprofit legal advocacy organization that has played a
leading role on key issues of educational equity and civil rights since 1975 seeks an experienced
professional for a full-time development position in our Philadelphia office. The candidate should have 8-10 years of experience in development for a non-profit, particularly working with individual donors, events and sponsorships, and foundations. The ideal candidate will also have a demonstrated commitment to civil rights, racial justice, and advancing the rights of underserved populations.
Fairmount Park Conservancy
Controller: will be responsible for the oversight of all finance, accounting, systems and reporting activities. The Controller will lead the day-to-day finance operations of a $10M operating budget and a $5M construction budget. Additionally, the Controller will manage the accounting software and accounts payable platform transitions. he Controller will ensure that FPC has the systems and procedures in place to support effective program implementation, execution and reporting. Additionally, she or he will oversee the annual financial statement audit.
Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger
Office Manager: This is a multi-faceted position that includes bookkeeping, managing office systems, operations, IT, and management of the volunteer program for the organization. This person must be flexible, a team player with a people focused approach, technology savvy, and a great problem solver.
Green Tree Community Health Foundation
Grants Manager / Communications Associate: primarily responsible for assisting Green Tree Community Health Foundation in the grants process and in the implementation of fund development activities. This position requires strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize as well as multi-task. Grants administration requires the ability to work with local nonprofit organizations as they move through the application process. Fund development is essential to the overall success of the foundation and therefore it is imperative that the person in this role be dedicated to providing the support needed to assist in securing the resources necessary to successfully achieve Green Tree’s goal.
Maternity Care Coalition
VP, Advancement & External Affairs: This role will be part of the executive team, responsible for the strategy and management of fund development; public policy & government relations; public relations; marketing and communications; and volunteer recruitment and management. The VP of Advancement and External Affairs will be responsible for building and leveraging strategic partnerships with academic and research organizations, health care institutions, managed care organizations, and other key community organizations and partners to achieve MCC’s growth and sustainability objectives.
New Kensington Community Development Corporation
Director of Finance: manages accounting and financial systems for New Kensington Community Development Corporation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, as well as related business and operational affairs of the organization, including financial operations and accounting and information system. The position serves as a key member of the management team and reports directly to the Executive Director. The Finance Director supervises two positions, our Bookkeeper, and an open Finance & IT Specialist position, both full-time positions. The Finance Director works closely with the Director of Human Resources, Director of Operations and the Board of Directors, the organization’s ruling body, and serves as a liaison to the Financial Controls Committee.
Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations
Policy Director: seeking an experienced candidate to lead the PACDC Policy Team (which also includes the Executive Director, and the Health and Special Projects Manager) to advance a focused policy and advocacy agenda to expand and preserve resources for affordable homes and community development activities; improve systems and programs that enhance efforts to improve the quality of life in lower-income communities; and advance equitable development to ensure that lower-income residents and communities benefit from neighborhood revitalization.
Philadelphia Mural Arts Advocates
- Social Media and Marketing Manager — the Social Media and Marketing Manager plays a key role in furthering the mission of the organization through robust and dynamic social media presence, driving awareness and engagement with a broad array of stakeholders.
- Director of Communications and Brand Management — This individual serves as the strategic brain of Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Communications team and is responsible for guiding the evolution and impact of the Mural Arts brand. As a senior member of the Mural Arts staff, the Director guides the strategy and implementation for all communications, to consistently articulate and represent the organization’s core values. The Director ensures that Mural Arts stands out in a crowded arts and culture field as a creative, dynamic, and mission-driven public art organization that engages and builds community among local, national, and international audiences.
The Pew Charitable Trusts
Senior Officer, Philadelphia Research and Policy Initiative: develops, in consultation with the director and other senior leadership, the processes and implementation strategies that leverage in-depth research to inform and enable Philadelphia policymakers. The senior officer is responsible for leading the conceptualization, design, editorial operations, and implementation of policy research and communication on key issues affecting the city of Philadelphia. This includes leading team editorial and messaging in conjunction with communications, and providing input to and helping to oversee high-quality, evidence-based research in conjunction with the Washington, D.C.-based research review and support team, ensuring that all projects are unbiased, methodologically sound, and accurate.
Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia
Membership Manager: recruit, support, and retain a diverse community of local independent values-driven businesses; and to work with SBN’s team to bring the organization into its next growth phase. The ideal candidate has a track record of building and maintaining diverse, equitable, and inclusive communities; is energized by personal interactions; communicates effectively in a variety of forums; and embraces ownership and accountability of their work.
performs office and administrative functions primarily related to Taller’s membership processes, in support of operations in day to day clerical tasks and in marketing such as communications, invitation to events, etc., assisting in social media postings. Supports Taller’s membership and individual donors procedures maintaining and updating database and membership enrollment. Collaborates with colleagues on events, etc., attends Staff Meetings, conferences, and assists with fundraising events, etc. Under supervision, posts on and monitors social media platforms. Collaborates and supports Taller’s marketing needs as appropriate.
- There are 18 openings at Benefits Data Trust.
- There are seven openings at Congreso de Latinos Unidos.
- Free Migration Project is looking for a staff attorney.
- GALAEI is looking to fill the position of executive director.
- The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has an opening for a farm manager, community gardens.
- Pennsylvania Prison Society seeks to find a major gifts & development manager.
- Philadelphia Immigration and Citizenship Coalition has an opening for a capacity development director.
- The City of Philadelphia’s Office of Immigrant Affairs is looking for a language access program manager.
- Springboard Collaborative has an opening for a senior learning designer, scholar instruction.
- Wharton SMASH Program is looking for a site director.
- There are 11 openings at Wonderspring Early Education.
Request for proposals:
The Food Trust
Nonprofit Strategic Planning
Submission deadline: Wednesday, January 27 at 2:00 PM EST
The Food Trust (TFT) has initiated a Request for Proposals (RFP) process to identify a qualified consultant to guide and execute a strategic planning process with the board of directors and staff to produce a three- to five-year strategic plan. for 2022-2026.
The project is expected to include the design and execution of a strategic planning process that includes project management, facilitation, budget for implementation, and support structure for plan implementation.-30-
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