Lifecycle WomanCare (LWC), once known as The Bryn Mawr Birth Center or The Birth Center, is one of the oldest and largest freestanding birth centers in the country. Births take place in our own building, along with GYN care, contraceptive care, pre- and post- menopausal care, childbirth and family education and lactation support. Ours was the first licensed birth center in Pennsylvania, providing exceptional midwifery services for women of all ages, regardless of income, since 1978.
Lifecycle WomanCare is seeking it’s next Executive Director.
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Preservation Pottstown Inc., which does business as Mosaic Community Land Trust (Mosaic CLT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to area revitalization and homeownership. Mosaic helps make Pottstown stronger by stabilizing neighborhoods and creating a vital community; providing permanently affordable housing, operating community gardens, and fortifying the artistic spirit through our Pottstown Community Arts group. We empower Pottstown residents to make positive changes by offering well-rounded programs on gardening, nutrition and health, home maintenance, money management, and arts and culture.
Salary: $50,000 – 60,000 based on experience
Scope of the Position:
The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for managing staff, overseeing day-to-day operations, programming, capacity building, as well as all aspects of membership. The ED is responsible for grant writing. The ED will work closely with the Board of Directors to support and facilitate effective oversight and direction setting and check with the Board of Directors on any decisions with larger policy implications for Mosaic CLT. This job is task-driven. Recognize that some events and meetings will take place outside of normal working hours.
The Philadelphia Boys and Girls Choirs (PBGC) seeks an Executive Director to provide dynamic leadership for this nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the Philadelphia area’s pre- eminent youth choirs. Established in 1968 as a boys choir, PBGC now serves over 250 youth in the Philadelphia Boys Choir and the Philadelphia Girls Choir, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
The new Executive Director (ED) will lead efforts to leverage and grow PBGC’s local presence and national renown in choral performance. Through effective business management, the ED will lead operations, business development, fiscal management, human resources, and marketing while overseeing programs and facilities management. In partnership with the Board of Directors, the ED will refine, develop, and implement innovative strategic planning, fundraising and strategic partnership development, and community outreach and engagement.
- Minimum 5 years of experience in nonprofit or small business management, preferably in an arts and culture organization with a budget below $5M.
- Evidence of strong strategic fiscal management, oversight, and budgeting skills with experience in developing, managing, and growing an annual operating
- Experience in supporting the development and implementation of strategic plans with proven ability to provide strong and steady leadership, vision, and strategic
- Proven ability to cultivate and foster productive relationships and partnerships with various constituents, including families, volunteers, other organizations, and
- Experience in developing, overseeing, and executing a broad range of successful development activities, including donor
- Proven ability to work cooperatively, diplomatically, and effectively with a nonprofit
- Superior oral and written communications skills, with ability to speak publicly on relevant
- Proven business acumen and entrepreneurial savvy with excellent planning, time management, and decision-making
- Affinity for supporting youth
- Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people and promote community- building among all constituents while fostering a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and
- Willingness to work occasional weekends and evenings, as needed for
- Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree
Compensation range is $100-120K, depending on experience, and includes a benefits package. Please send a resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to: email@example.com. For initial consideration, please submit applications by January 31, 2023. PBGC is an equal opportunity employer. No telephone calls, please.
The Development Assistant handles the administrative and public relations aspects of fundraising for Orion Communities including individual and institutional donations, events, and grants. Tracking philanthropic requests, pledges, contributions and thank you letters is a key responsibility. The Development Assistant reports to the Development and Outreach Manager.
- Responsible for data entry, management and updating of Orion donor database, data quality control, and report generation on individual and institutional donors
- Complete calendaring tasks for fundraising including event planning and grant cycles
- Prepare mailing materials such as invitations, solicitations and newsletters
- Maintain calendar of events and fundraising activities.
- Prepare and send paper and/or electronic thank you letters
- Compile reports on current or prospective donors
- Provide donor database training and support for staff, board members and volunteers
- Draft proposals or grants as requested
- Maintaining fundraising related instructions, policies and procedures
- Provide fundraising material for Orion’s social media and website
- Support fundraising, events, and outreach including compilation of expense lists for events
- Perform research to discover market trends and fundraising opportunities as directed
- Available for occasional evening meetings and weekend events
- Adhere to professional code of ethics including maintaining donor and client confidentiality.