Community Resources Manager: Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania

Posted August 25th, 2015 at 2:59 pm.

The Community Resources Manager works with, volunteers, agency staff, Planned Parenthood supporters, and community members to help meet external affairs department goals, including increasing Planned Parenthood’s visibility promoting our issues and services, and broadening our advocacy base. This position manages PPSP’s entire volunteer program and promotes volunteerism through effective recruitment, screening, training and placement of volunteers. This position also supervises the grassroots organizing staff and assists in planning community outreach, including some campaign work through our adjunct electoral organization.

The successful candidate must exhibit excellent written/oral communication and public speaking skills. Strong organizational skills are required as is initiative and ability to work well independently, ability to manage others, ability to maintain confidentiality of volunteers and employee information, juggle multiple priorities, take initiative, take risks, be a team-player and be willing to travel and accept a flexible work schedule that includes evening and weekend commitments. Successful candidate must have access to a car.

Bachelor’s degree and two to three years relevant professional experience required. Previous supervising, organizing, campaign, and volunteer experience strongly preferred as is experience in database management and familiarity with PPSP’s four-county service area.

This is a full-time position of 35 hours/week. We offer competitive salary, excellent benefits, and an opportunity to join a diverse team committed to respectful, confidential, top-quality reproductive health services. People of color and/or bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to apply

To apply send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Human.Resources@PPSP.org

Filed under: Management Level by Margie DuBrow

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