Program Officer: Phoenixville Community Health Foundation

Do you want have a positive impact on the community? The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation (www.pchf1.org) is looking for our next Program Officer to assist our small staff in meeting our mission to improve the health and quality of life for people in the greater Phoenixville region. We do this by increasing equitable access to quality health and human services and promoting healthy communities through grantmaking and collaboration with health, civic, business, nonprofit, and community partners. The Program Officer will 1) work collectively with the Board of Directors and staff on the Foundation’s grantmaking, 2) direct its capacity building and other programs, 3) collaborate with the community to develop and implement solutions to ongoing and emerging health and wellbeing challenges, and 4) oversee the Foundation’s communications. We employ a trust-based approach to philanthropy that emphasizes the development and nurturing of relationships with our nonprofits and wider community. This full-time position reports to the President & CEO.

Key Responsibilities

Grantmaking

  • Administers, in collaboration with the staff, the Foundation’s annual grant cycle including reviewing grant applications, conducting due diligence, writing recommendations for the Board of Directors, monitoring progress of grants, conducting learning visits, and reviewing grant reports
  • Responds to inquiries and requests for feedback, prepares and sends grant award letters, grant agreements, and other related correspondence
  • Manages and administers mini grants and the Youth & Philanthropy program
  • Manages the online grants portal, including creating grant applications and review forms and working collaboratively with the Director of Finance and Operations on reporting
  • Stays up to date on philanthropic and nonprofit trends

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Chief of Staff: Healthy Newsworks

Healthy NewsWorks is making a difference in children’s lives. Our health-focused journalism program provides young students in under-resourced schools with skills and confidence that are critical to their
academic success and will help them develop as citizens who can strengthen communities.

Healthy NewsWorks is seeking a Chief of Staff who has strong organizational and project management skills to join a committed team that is focused on significantly expanding our program. The ideal
candidate will not only have the experience and qualifications described below but will be excited about ensuring that as many students as possible gain necessary skills to navigate and succeed in an ever more
demanding world.

The Chief of Staff will work closely with the Executive Director to attain goals articulated in Healthy NewsWorks’ 2023-2027 Strategic Plan, building upon two decades of steady, purposeful development.

The Chief of Staff will play a significant leadership role in fostering community and school partnerships, managing organizational activities, supporting the Board of Directors and Board-led activities, and
working with Healthy NewsWorks staff and consultants on program and strategic plan implementation.

This is a full-time position.

WHO YOU ARE

 Jack-of-all-trades, with wide-ranging experience and an eagerness to learn new skills.
 Strategic thinker who is analytical and action-focused in your approach to solving problems.
 Excel at building relationships and networks, with the capacity to work effectively with diverse constituencies.
 Comfortable in front of groups and behind the scenes; thrives on helping others be their best selves.
 Exceptional listening skills, a good sense of humor, flexibility, humility, and an appreciation of community service.
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Project Manager, The Graterford Archive: Haverford College

Development Campaign Manager (Part-Time): Historic Fair Hill

Historic Fair Hill seeks an experienced and community-driven Development/Campaign Manager to help create a sustainable program of giving as we embark on a $1 million capital campaign.

A community partner for over 30 years, Historic Fair Hill has been working to carry on the legacies of the abolitionists and activists buried at our historic site and arboretum. Our asset based community development programs target childhood literacy, combat food insecurity, and share a peaceful green space with our Fairhill neighbors.

As our organization grows, we are looking to elevate our fundraising through major gifts, grants, annual appeals, and fundraising events. We are also about to engage in the public phase of a capital campaign and looking to cultivate additional major donors. The person hired will work closely with our Executive Director to create a professional fundraising strategy to achieve these goals and increase our positive impact in the Fairhill community.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in developing and implementing three year development strategic plan

  • Manage capital campaign

  • Lead identification and solicitations for mid-level donor program

  • Track all donations and provide analysis reports through Salesforce

  • Assist with prospect research and proposal development

  • Lead fundraising and outreach events

  • Manage donor communications

Qualifications:

  • 3 years of development experience with a demonstrated track record of growth

  • Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills

  • Experience using Salesforce or similar platform

  • Ability to build supportive relationships in a variety of contexts

  • Demonstrated skill in managing projects

  • Facility with nonprofit research databases

  • Experience with capital campaigns

Hours: Part time with the ability to work some hours remotely

Salary: $35,000

To apply: Send a resume and cover letter that includes to info@historicfairhill.com with the subject line DEVELOPMENT MANAGER.

Equal Employment Opportunity

It is the policy of HFH to provide Equal Employment Opportunity to all people without discrimination because of race, color, religion/creed, gender, marital status, pregnancy, ancestry, veteran status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.  It is the policy of HFH to maintain a working environment free of all forms of discrimination, harassment and intimidation

Museum Operations Manager: Elfreth’s Alley Association

The Elfreth’s Alley Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to preserving and maintaining historical archives, artifacts, and the three Museum buildings it owns. The Association promotes visits to the Museum and to view the individually-owned historic houses of Elfreth’s Alley as a whole.

The Elfreth’s Alley Association is looking to hire a MUSEUM OPERATIONS MANAGER.

  • 30 hours per week
  • $22 per hour
  • Year round

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Oversee the day-to-day operations of the museum from April through November
  • Manage the Volunteer and Visitor Engagement Associate from April through November
  • Organize and maintain the museum houses, office, and gardens
  • Lead the Guest Services Experience to bring guests into the museum and increase ticket sales and reach goals set by BOD before season
  • Metrics tracking and reporting: Tracking visitors, Museum admissions, financials, digital traffic to website and social, newsletter metrics and providing a monthly report to all board compiling all key metrics.
  • Communicate with customers / ticket holders as needed
  • Lead and organize planning for fundraising events (2-4 per calendar year)
  • Assist in management of Ticketleap pages
  • Work with Board sponsor to coordinate First Friday events
  • Work Elfreth’s Alley Association events to ensure successful outcomes
  • Take an active role in the Gift Shop and communicate with the Board liaison re the shop
  • Keep equipment, basements, storage spaces organized
  • Clean museum as needed (or engage volunteers to help clean)
  • Assist in maintaining an organized office space – filing papers (mail, weekend reports, etc) into an agreed system ( duties in conjunction with Office Manager)
  • Assist as needed with other duties not described up to a maximum of 30 hours/week

    YOU:

  • Are fully authorized to work in the United States
  • Are available to work up to 35 hours per week
  • Can start within two weeks of hire date
  • Can come to our Old City location to work
  • Have computer access if working remotely
  • Can comfortably get up and down twisty old staircases
  • Are able to complete errands as needed within a 10-block radius
  • Can carry up to 40lbs up and down twisty old stairs and on local errands as needed
  • Enjoy initiating interactions with visitors, volunteers, and staff
  • Are comfortable prioritizing tasks and enjoy working independently
  • Have experience leading others: Giving them direction and giving them positive and negative feedback
  • Can compile necessary tasks and plan and ensure completion over time
  • Can flex your schedule as necessary to work during Elfreth’s Alley Association events (ex: 2-4 Saturday afternoon fundraising events per year, First Fridays)
  • Like to be busy and look for ways you can make a positive difference
  • Are comfortable doing light troubleshooting with electronics as needed (ex: turn items off and back on, search online and try recommended solutions)
  • Want to contribute to the long-term sustainability of a historic non-profit

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Assistant Program Director: Resources for Human Development

Sign-On Bonus Of $1500 for Full-Time Positions after 90 days of employment.

RHD offers up to $5,000 reimbursement to employees who has a goal of obtaining a professional clinical licensure (LCSW, LPS, LMFT). RHD values employee professional growth and development and the quality of services in each of their programs. Come work for RHD and RHD will invest in you!

Generous PTO package and some flexibility in schedule is available. This position works on a Sunday through Thursday schedule with some nontraditional hours.

Position Summary

The Assistant Program Director provides leadership to staff in collaboration with the Program Director. The Assistant Director will assist the director with staff supervision, training and hiring of staff. The APD is responsible for helping to ensure all program operations are conducted in an ethical and professional manner. A commitment to the RHD values should be demonstrated as job duties are performed.

Essential Duties and Functions

Leadership, Staff Management and Organizational Strategy

  • Supervise Site Supervisors, Program Specialists, Medical Staff and Direct Support Professionals to include daily operations, supervision practices, implementation of consumer plans and documentation.
  • In collaboration with the Fiscal Administrator or Office Manager, provide oversight to the recruitment process to include scheduling candidates for and participating in interviews. Oversee the hiring, and orientation of new staff as necessary.
  • Support management team with documentation around supervision to include progressive discipline as warranted.

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Director of Real Estate: New Kensington Community Development Corporation

New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC) is a community development corporation committed to sustainable development in housing opportunities, economic development, vacant land strategies, community engagement, and real estate development. NKCDC advances social equity and economic empowerment by nurturing and creating opportunities for residents to live and actively shaping their neighborhoods of choice. To that end, NKCDC provides free resources to residents and businesses in the Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond neighborhoods.

NKCDC has a strong reputation, both locally and nationally, with longstanding credibility of serving as a trusted and valuable partner and collaborator. The organization is currently one of only two community development organizations in the City of Philadelphia that are chartered members of the NeighborWorks America network. Our current work using a trauma-informed community engagement model, applying a racial equity lens across the organization, and leading programs at the intersection of health and housing are keeping NKCDC at the cutting edge of community development. NKCDC draws on the strengths of the communities in Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond — a population of over 62,800, 23% of whom live below the federal poverty level — to make sure neighborhood development benefits all residents. More information can be found at nkcdc.org.

Function

The Director of Real Estate will play a crucial role in advancing the NKCDC’s real estate initiatives. This individual will be responsible for supporting the Vice President of Real Estate and Economic Development and overseeing the planning, execution, and management of property acquisition, redevelopment, and related activities. The Director of Real Estate will work collaboratively with the VP to achieve programmatic and operational goals, supporting the implementation of the mission-driven real estate development strategy and strategic economic development plans.

Reports to

Vice President of Real Estate and Economic Development
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Director of Development: New Kensington Community Development Corporation

New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC) is a community development corporation committed to sustainable development in housing opportunities, economic development, vacant land
strategies, community engagement, and real estate development. NKCDC advances social equity and economic empowerment by nurturing and creating opportunities for residents to live and actively shaping their neighborhoods of choice. To that end, NKCDC provides free resources to residents and businesses in the Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond neighborhoods.

NKCDC has a strong reputation, both locally and nationally, with longstanding credibility of serving as a trusted and valuable partner and collaborator. The organization is currently one of only two community development organizations in the City of Philadelphia that are chartered members of the NeighborWorks America network. Our current work using a trauma-informed community engagement model, applying a racial equity lens across the organization, and leading programs at the intersection of health and housing are keeping NKCDC at the cutting edge of community development. NKCDC draws on the strengths of the communities in Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond — a population of over 62,800, 23% of whom live below the federal poverty level — to make sure neighborhood development benefits all residents.

More information can be found at nkcdc.org.

Function

The Director of Development is part of NKCDC’s leadership team and leads planning and successful execution of NKCDC’s fundraising strategies consistent with the organization’s annual and long-range development goals. She/he is responsible for implementing strategies to support the growth and diversification of revenue sources in line with NKCDC’s mission, vision, and goals. The Director also works to enhance NKCDC’s image and develop and implement strategies that effectively communicate NKCDC’s efforts to key target audiences.
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Director of Housing Services: New Kensington Community Development Corporation

New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC) is a community development corporation committed to sustainable development in housing opportunities, economic development, vacant land strategies, community engagement, and real estate development. NKCDC advances social equity and economic empowerment by nurturing and creating opportunities for residents to live and actively shaping their neighborhoods. To that end, NKCDC provides free resources to residents and businesses in the Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond neighborhoods.

NKCDC has a strong reputation, both locally and nationally, with longstanding credibility of serving as a trusted and valuable partner and collaborator. The organization is currently one of only two community development organizations in the City of Philadelphia that are chartered members of the NeighborWorks America network. Our current work using a trauma-informed community engagement model, applying a racial equity lens across the organization, and leading programs at the intersection of health and housing are keeping NKCDC at the cutting edge of community development. NKCDC draws on the strengths of the communities in Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond — a population of over 62,800, 23% of whom live below the federal poverty level — to make sure neighborhood development benefits all residents. More information can be found at nkcdc.org.

Function

The Director of Housing Services works to build healthy communities and expand homeownership opportunities for low and moderate-income households. As Director of Housing Services, you will provide your clients with the education, support, and skills to buy and maintain a home, provide them with energy assistance, or improve their current housing situation. He/She will recruit residents into the program through outreach and marketing events; working with people individually; educating people about credit and managing their finances; and working with their financial position to prepare for loan application, loan modification, workout, or other appropriate solution. The Director of Housing Services is responsible for the supervision of all department functions, staff, funding opportunities and processes.
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Budget Finance Analyst-Grants and Projects: Philadelphia Museum of Art

How You Will Contribute

Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Budget Finance Analyst-Grants and Projects including restricted and unrestricted designated funds will be responsible for the development, monitoring, and reconciliation of grant and project budgets.  This position will work closely with principal investigators (PI) to manage study and research budgets and monitor transactions, expenditures, and sub-awards.

The Budget Finance Analyst-Grants and Projects will serve as the liaison to multiple principal investigators, department staff, and other key stakeholders to ensure the budget expenditures are aligned with the goals and objectives of the established budget for the grant, fund, and/or sub-award.  Preparing monthly, quarterly, and annual reports as required by the funder; reviewing monthly activity to ensure that it aligns with the budget and funding objectives; completing monthly reporting and reviews to the respective PI to ensure appropriate classifications.

Specifically, you will:

  • Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Budget Finance Analyst -Grants and Projects will also support the Advancement Team, which supports incoming grants and endowments, PI’s and other stakeholders that manage grants.
  • Monitors, verifies, and reconciles expenditures of budgeted funds, and prepares financial statements reflecting the status of programs and activities.
  • Analyzes financial data and prepares financial documents and reports for internal and external purposes.
  • Ensures compliance with organization and sponsoring agency policies and procedures.
  • Analyzes grants and contracts budget variance reports for salary and non-salary cost categories including projection of the award expenditures through the end of the project period.
  • Ensures timely and accurate interim and final financial reports of grants and contracts, in collaboration with Information Systems.
  • Review restricted accounts approving transaction requests by determining the allocability and allowability of the charges to the grants.
  • Perform ongoing reconciliation of the grant accounts versus budget and adhere to the monthly review to avoid cost transfers that may arise in the interim.
  • Track and review grant expiration dates.
  • Performs professional work requiring knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and a good understanding and application of concepts, theories, principles, and applied bases of accounting.
  • Prepare restricted funding endowment reporting, as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned.

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