Assistant Manager of Visitor Services: Philadelphia Museum of Art

We Are Committed to an Inclusive Workplace
At the Philadelphia Museum of Art, we actively seek to employ a diverse group of people who embody our organizational values.  We welcome and encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply, including those from traditionally underrepresented groups in the museum field, who are inspired by our shared purpose and enjoy working collaboratively with others.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, citizenship or immigration status, disability, ethnicity, familial status, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected status.

How You Will Contribute

The Visitor Services Assistant Manager models superior customer service while ensuring a welcoming atmosphere for visitors in the public areas throughout the museum. They coordinate the activities of the Visitor Services Assistants and monitor visitor experience throughout the museum, redeploying staff resources as necessary to ensure a friendly and informative experience for all.

The Visitor Services Assistant Manager serves as the point-person for any complications that arise in the admissions area and throughout the public areas of the museum, including software or equipment malfunctions, gallery experience, line management, and resolving visitor concerns. Most of the Visitor Services Assistant Manager’s day is spent on the floor interacting with our visitors and staff.

Specifically, you will…

  • Lead the Visitor Services team by demonstrating extraordinary customer service skills.
  • At all times, be a welcoming and informed presence for visitors while motivating team members to do the same.
  • Ensure all visitor facing spaces, and personal workspaces, adhere to museum standards of cleanliness and sanitation.
  • Relieve Visitor Services Assistants (VSA) for breaks; covering admissions, coat check, gallery posts and other functions as needed throughout the day.
  • Train new VSA’s in both customer service and the technical aspects of their job.
  • Monitor activities in public spaces and intervene to proactively resolve issues before they escalate, with the goal of ensuring a smooth and pleasant experience for visitors.
  • Identify areas for improvement within the department and make recommendations to the Director of Visitor Services.
  • Work collaboratively with staff across the museum.
  • Assist in Scheduling VSA’s for all daily, special events and other shifts as needed.
  • Assist Visitor Services Manager(s) with the orientation and onboarding of new staff.
  • Assist Visitor Services Manager(s) with performance management of staff.
  • Ensure all Visitor Services Assistants have the information and supplies needed to carry out their assigned tasks successfully; check in at each of the stations throughout the day.
  • Responsible for daily opening and closing procedures.
  • Ensure accuracy of timecards submitted for VSA’s.
  • Perform other tasks as directed by the Director of Visitor Services.

Your background includes…

  • High School diploma, some college coursework preferred or equivalent relevant experience.
  • Outstanding customer service skills; prior customer service experience required.
  • Prior experience supervising or managing employees required.
  • Fluency in English; other language(s) a plus.
  • Excellent computer skills; familiarity with point-of-sale software a plus.
  • Good judgement, detail oriented, strong communication and problem-solving skills required.
  • Friendly and professional demeanor.
  • Genuine interest in communicating with and assisting others.
  • A track record of dependability and punctuality are essential.
  • Personal interest in the arts or a related field preferred, but not necessary.
  • Experience in hospitality, customer service and/or retail preferred.
  • Ability to work a varied schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume with your online application at:…

City of Philadelphia Public Art Director: Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, City of Philadelphia

The Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE) seeks a Public Art Director (“Director”) to steward the City of Philadelphia’s Public Art collection of over 1000 works, believed to be one of the largest and oldest city-owned collections in the United States. Located in indoor and outdoor spaces throughout the city, this extraordinary collection reflects Philadelphia’s rich history, diverse communities, and Philadelphia’s long-standing commitment to the arts. The City of Philadelphia’s public art is located in every neighborhood and is one of the City’s greatest assets.

The Director is tasked with establishing and enforcing the City’s public art policies; ensuring that the requirements of the Percent for Art Ordinance are met; managing the process of commissioning new artworks as required by that ordinance; overseeing conservation and collection management; and performing research, fundraising, public relations, and communications functions pertaining to the City’s collection of public art.

The Director reports to the City of Philadelphia’s Chief Cultural Officer.


Percent for Art Program:

The Director oversees all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the City’s Percent for Art Program.

  • Identifies capital-eligible projects for Percent for Art funding, implements the Percent for Art Ordinance as required, and manages artist competitions;
  • Works with representatives of various City departments, site representatives, project architects, and community representatives to discuss the building design, site plans, materials, artwork locations and aesthetics to successfully integrate artwork into each site;
  • Develops and distributes all Requests for Qualifications and Request for Proposals;
  • Works with the internal City operating departments to develop the contracts and ensure compliance with equal opportunity goals;
  • Oversees the assembly of the Percent for Art Committee for each public art commission that is responsible for the selection of the artists and the artworks.
  • Facilitates the integration of the art project with the design and construction process;
  • Manages ongoing correspondence, meetings, and approval of artwork at specific milestones; and
  • Facilitates conversation with the public through community engagement events such as workshops, virtual and in-person meetings, open houses, and surveys.

Conservation and Collection Management:

The Director oversees the conservation and restoration of City-owned artwork.

  • Seeks capital and outside funding for conservation and restoration activities;
  • Drafts conservation Requests for Proposals, manages the contracting selection and implementation process;
  • Manages condition assessments, collection files, public art inventory databases and utilizes them for short and long-range project planning including future deaccessioning, conservation, and relocation;
  • Coordinates and manages conservation work as well as temporary and permanent relocation of City-owned public art;
  • Contracts with and oversees art handlers, riggers, and conservators;
  • Ensures the routine maintenance of the City’s collection of public art including emergency treatment, removal of graffiti and acts of vandalism to artwork; and
  • Ensures that conservation treatments and collection management activities are performed per scope of proposal and treatment report.

Donation Management:

The Director manages the policies and processes related to proposed donations of public art, memorials, and monuments to the City of Philadelphia.

  • Serves as the point of contact for organizations and individuals intending to establish memorials or other public art for placement on City-owned property; and
  • Liaise between the potential commissioning entities and the City Agencies and Commissions required to review and approve such proposals.


The Director will further foster the relationship between Philadelphians and the City’s public art collection.

  • Develop an accessible public facing database;
  • Responds to requests from the public and the media, providing information and raising awareness of the City-owned public art collection;
  • Updates and testifies before City Council on needs or projects related to public art;
  • Provides content and approves of public art related printed and digital material; and
  • Ensures public art related activities and news on the website is up-to-date and accurate.

Committee Participation: 

The Director participates in an advisory capacity on several committees.

  • Serves as City’s public art liaison to the Philadelphia Art Commission for the approval of artworks commissioned through the Percent for Art Program, and for conservation treatments and maintenance of existing city-owned artwork;
  • Acts as an advisor to the Philadelphia Art Commission regarding recommendations on the public art collection; and
  • Serves as staff to the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Committee – Public Art Subcommittee and to the Conservation Advisory Committee.


Demonstrated Knowledge of: 

  • Art in public spaces
  • Project management
  • Managing timelines and deliverables
  • Preparing and monitoring budgets
  • Computer and database literacy

Ability to: 

  • Multi-task and monitor multiple projects simultaneously
  • Communicate effectively (both written and verbal) for internal and external purposes and with communities
  • Problem-solve with limited supervision
  • Work effectively under pressure to meet deadlines and changing priorities
  • Excel in a fast-paced and demanding environment
  • Manage time efficiently and have excellent organizational skills
  • Demonstrate sound judgment and make informed decisions
  • Record, track, organize, and analyze data and documents

Training and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in relevant field required, Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of 6 years of administrative experience in public art, arts non-profit management, city planning, art history, curatorial work, creative industry, and/or government organization are required. Demonstrated proficiencies in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint are also required. Experience in any or all of the following is a plus: conservation, history, education, research, cataloging, grant writing, community engagement, and willingness to work on a full range of tasks – from analytical to administrative-is a must.

Licenses; Certificates; Special Requirements: Must be a Philadelphia resident, must be able to work remotely while COVID-19 restrictions are in place and to meet on-site at indoor and outdoor project locations throughout Philadelphia at various times. The possibility for additional evening or weekend hours will occur during program-heavy weeks. Candidate must pass a background check.

Physical and mental demands: Position requires a high level of mental concentration and commitment.

Compensation: This is a full-time exempt position with an annual salary range of $87,000-97,000. The City of Philadelphia offers a generous benefits package that includes medical insurance, prescription coverage, dental and optical coverage, flexible spending accounts, paid leave, life insurance, deferred compensation, and retirement benefits.

Education Level:
Bachelor’s degree in relevant field required, Master’s degree preferred.
To Apply

Please send a resume, 3 samples of previous projects you coordinated, 2 writing samples (one page each), and a cover letter to: with a subject line Public Art Director. Phone calls will not be accepted. Application materials are due April 23, 2021.

Human Resources Manager: Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation


The Human Resource Manager responsible for the overall planning, coordination, and administration of the human resources function for the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation, which has over 100 regular full time and part time staff and at times over 100 seasonal employees. The HR Manager is responsible for developing and ensuring effective implementation of plans, systems, policies and processes for workforce planning, talent acquisition, talent management and development, employee engagement, legal compliance and recordkeeping, employee relations, and total rewards (compensation and benefits). This position requires a person who is collaborative and capable of building consensus and commitment toward shared outcomes.


Work with the leadership team to formulate, develop, implement, and evaluate a HR and Talent Management Strategy to achieve the organization’s vision, mission, and goals, and to create value to its stakeholders. Regularly engage in direct communication with the Department Heads on key human resources matters.

Oversee all recruitment efforts to ensure that the organization is effectively and efficiently sourcing and selecting the right candidates and establishing a diverse work force.

Develop and drive talent management strategies to ensure effective staffing alignment with the needs of the organization, attract talent, identify critical talent needs, develop core competencies and corresponding development opportunities, and engage leadership in succession planning.

Identify ways to enhance staff retention and productivity, including strategies to enhance employee engagement, leadership and staff development, regular feedback and coaching, career pathing, and promoting an organizational culture that positions the Foundation as an “employer of choice.”

Identify and document areas of opportunities for greater diversity, greater inclusion and identify opportunities to ensure that all employees are treated equitably; resulting in a plan with leadership that will ensure a work environment where every employee feels valued.

Oversee and investigate any complaints of harassment/discrimination and any other unjust practice allegations and ensure timely and appropriate closure to any such allegations.

Manage the administration of the performance management process, making sure that the organization’s managers are equipped to engage in constructive and ongoing feedback and coaching, to encourage staff and actively address performance gaps.

Ensure that there is a consistent and effective onboarding process that assist the employee in understanding the structure of the organization, the mission, and values of the organization, how the employee’s position supports to the overall goals of the organization and the various tools and applications available to the employee.

Maintain current knowledge and application of all relevant laws and regulations at the local, state, and national level relating to employment and ensure organizational compliance. This includes educating and advising managers and senior leaders on HR-related legal and regulatory matters and ensuring HR programs, practices and policies are aligned.

Ensure that employee files and records are properly and securely maintained.

Analyze trends in compensation and benefits to ensure a  competitivea competitive total compensation to attract and retain staff, while monitoring best practices and partnering with leadership to develop a Total Rewards/Pay philosophy.

Manage benefit broker resources and benefits enrollment process, as well as manage leave administration and communicate with the payroll function.

Oversee all benefit related service provider billing activity to ensure accuracy and timeliness of any adjustments and payments.

Maintain a strategy to optimize and integrate HR technology, enabling managers and employees to easily perform people-related transactions (e.g., benefits enrollment), facilitate delivery of effective HR services, securely stores employee data, and supports people-related decisions.

Perform other duties as assigned.


Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent years of experience in Human Resources or related field

SHRM  Certification preferred.

A minimum of 7 years of HR generalist experience partnering directly with senior leadership to develop, align and implement HR and organizational development strategies.

Ability to deal with sensitive issues with directness and compassion when necessary.

Experience implementing strategies and systems for talent management, compensation and benefits, and HR technology.

Strong business acumen and organizational skills

Strong analytical and critical thinking skills

Working knowledge of employment laws and other compliance issues

Ability to listen and probe to understand underlying needs and/or root cause of an issue.

Ability to provide thoughtful, progressive, and strategic guidance.

Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communications skills, including proficiency in developing and delivering presentations.

Demonstrated ability to anticipate and solve practical problems.

Ability to identify, influence, and collaborate with key stakeholders to achieve desired organizational outcomes.

Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and HR system applications


Must be able to lift 15 pounds at a time.

Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

Education Level:
Bachelors degree or equivalent HR experience, SHRM certification preferred
To Apply

Please email resumes to David Edwards, Interim CEO at

Manager of Institutional Relations: Mural Arts Philadelphia

Mural Arts Philadelphia is the largest public art initiative of its kind, dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. For over 30 years, Mural Arts has united artists and communities through a collaborative and equitable process, creating nearly 4,000 artworks that have transformed public spaces and individual lives. Mural Arts aims to empower people, stimulate dialogue, and build bridges of understanding with projects that attract artists from Philadelphia and around the world, and programs that focus on youth education, restorative justice, mental health and wellness, and public art and its preservation. Popular mural tours offer a firsthand glimpse into the inspiring stories behind Mural Arts’ iconic and unparalleled collection, which has earned Philadelphia worldwide recognition as the “City of Murals.”

Mural Arts Philadelphia seeks a Manager of Institutional Relations. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Manager of Institutional Relations is a key role within the Development Department. Working closely with the Director of Development and other members of the development team, along with program/project staff, the Manager of Institutional Relations is responsible for all grant applications, reporting, and securing of new grants for the organization. The Manager of Institutional Relations will craft proposals for institutional stakeholders, delegating writing assignments when appropriate; communicating actively with institutional stakeholders and prospects as project ideas are being developed and implemented; providing support to project/program managers as they work towards specific deliverables and outcomes, including evaluation requirements; and ending each institutional funding cycle with a well-written report that accurately documents use of funds, and positions Mural Arts for continued support.


Managing the Writing Process – Author grant proposals and reports; collaborate with program and project staff to propose conference presentations; manage the editing process for all documents they originate; delegate writing assignments to available authors, including interns, Development staff, and project/program managers; support them as they encounter challenges; monitor the quality of all out-going written documents.

Institutional Giving Systems Management – Manage the grants/correspondence calendar and build optimum timelines for proposal creation; participate in creating consistency and transparency between different internal budgeting systems; conduct institutional prospect research on a routine basis as well as regular funding audits that offer program managers a better sense of opportunities we could become qualified for as we grow; collaborate on institutional data entry and filing; maintain list of passwords and logins for institutions; track institutional giving and support the director’s reporting needs.

Institutional Relations Management – Maintain written correspondence with institutional stakeholders; prepare and participate in phone calls, meetings, and site visits with institutional partners as needed; pro-actively update institutional partners when staff, program/project implementation, or budgets shift from what was proposed.

Projects and Program Development in Conjunction with Major Grant Opportunities – Identify the appropriate internal staff and external partners; conduct research on funders’ interests and terminologies and share findings with staff and partners; develop timelines and organize meetings with identified stakeholders; channel the interests and concerns of funders during planning meetings; facilitate conversations between stakeholders with respect to outcomes, indicators, and metrics; document information from this process in preparation for implementation.

Institutional Data Gathering and Evaluation – Present and interpret data captured through existing departmental processes in proposals and reports to external stakeholders.

Grant Management Compliance – Facilitate grant compliance by clearly communicating contract requirements and holding meetings to review finances and deliverables; arrange for and attend grant launch and project implementation meetings as requested by project/program managers;  pro-actively update institutional partners when staff, program/project implementation, or budgets shift from what was proposed. Manage grant revision processes;

Training/Mentorship – Provide ongoing training and mentorship to staff and interns who aid in the grant-writing process.

Technical Requirements

·         A BA or BS in related field, or equivalent experience and knowledge.

·         Minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in grant writing, ideally with a focus in arts, culture, or social justice.

·         Knowledge of Microsoft office programs is required; Familiarity with nonprofit financial management and restricted grant reporting preferred.

·         Excellent communication skills (oral, written, and listening) and ability to work in a fast-paced environment are required.

·         Ability to clearly and comfortably communicate with many levels of staff, funders, donors, and public officials, both verbally and in writing.

This job description is a summary of the duties of the above position.  Other related duties may be required by the supervisor. This position is an office position and will require significant time using a computer.  This position may also be asked to be on-site for events and functions.

Mural Arts seeks candidates who value and demonstrate the following core competencies: committed problem solving, deep thinking & fearless creation, inquisitive learning, thoughtful communication, mindful collaboration, personal accountability, and a commitment to actively prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

To Apply

To apply for the position, please send your resume and cover letter via email with “Manager of Institutional Relations” in the title to Genny Boccardo-Dubey, Chief Advancement Officer at

Manager of Individual Giving: Theatre Horizon

Theatre Horizon seeks a Manager of Individual Giving to be responsible for cultivating, developing and overseeing relationships with existing and prospective donors. This position will develop and implement various fundraising strategies to sustain and grow the donor pool including spearheading our annual fund initiatives, developing and executing cultivation events, and soliciting prospects for gifts of all sizes. Responsibilities include the creation of the development calendar, gift management and tracking,  and maintaining donor relationships and profiles.   The Manager of Individual Giving should have an interest in exploring and implementing principles of community-centric fundraising.

With a $1 million annual budget, Theatre Horizon produces an ambitious season of plays, musicals and concerts for the general public, while educating nearly 1,000 children annually in the Philadelphia suburbs via our drama classes. Theatre Horizon is located in Norristown and serves a diverse array of stakeholders. Like most theatre companies in this moment, we are asking big questions about our purpose during and after the pandemic and are seeking to innovate in ways that prioritize our values.

Duties include

  • Take primary responsibility for stewarding relationships with donors
    • Cultivate and solicit prospective donors while maintaining and growing relationships with current donors through personal meetings, on and off-site.
    • Create various donor benefits to continue to develop relationships with donors at every  level.
    • Attend performances and events as part of donor cultivation efforts.
    • Respond to donor gifts with thank you notes, phone calls, and other individualized touchpoints
    • Coordinate logistics for all development events and ensure an exceptional donor experience, with a focus on cultivation and stewardship.
  • Lead year-round donor stewardship via phone calls, mailings, and digital communications
    • Manage  appeal processes including the writing, production and mailing of letters and overseeing digital components of campaigns.
    • Create and distribute the donor newsletter
    • Maintain and update Fundraising-specific sections of website
    • Create and oversee distribution of Annual Report
  • Oversee all efforts to achieve the annual contributed income goal
    • Implement  new strategies and protocols to steadily increase individual giving income.
    • Solicit  individual prospects for major gifts or recommend prospects to the Artistic Director for solicitation.
    • Lead donor prospecting by conducting research on prospective individual donors.
  • Manage the development department budget
  • Oversee  ad hoc Cultivation Committee of Theatre Horizon Board Members & Supporter
  • Leverage Theatre Horizon’s CRM, Salesforce, for all fundraising tasks, including prospecting, cultivation, stewardship, reporting, and financial reconciliation.
    • Maintain individual donor files in Salesforce
    • Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence
    • Continually update our Salesforce database and pull various donor reports to create targeted email lists
    • Analyze giving trends and pull financial reports in order and use this information to create best practices
  • Event Management
    • Develop vision for and oversee all logistics of cultivation events (including creating budget for events, sending invitations, booking space, contracting personnel, and soliciting donations from our partners)
    • Manage the dining partner program; Meet and/or exceed goals by soliciting new dining partner accounts and maintaining relationships with existing accounts.
  • In tandem with Artistic Director, create and implement new community-centric fundraising practices that are in alignment with Theatre Horizon’s antiracist action plan
  • Assist Artistic Director with monthly touchpoints for Major Donors and other duties as assigned by Artistic Director



  • Professional experience with Individual Giving/Development for a Non-Profit Organization (preferably in the arts)
  • Excellent written / oral communication skills
  • Proven ability to generate excitement and enthusiasm for an idea and bring others on board
  • History working with a wide variety of people and personalities; ability to create and facilitate a welcoming environment.
  • Keen attention to detail and follow through.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Proficiency working in Google Suite (Gmail, Google Calendar, Docs, Forms and Sheets)
  • Impeccable record-keeping abilities
  • Database management experience (Salesforce experience preferred but not required)
  • Ability to present information concisely and effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to prioritize tasks, take initiative, and stay organized, with flexibility to take direction when departmental priorities shift.
  • Availability and willingness to work on some nights and weekends for donor events.
  • Understanding of the confidential and sensitive nature of fundraising efforts and donor information.
  • Ability to work in a hands-on environment with limited resources.
  • Interest in the performing arts & culture sector.
  • Dedication and drive to succeed, willingness.
  • Strong knowledge of principles, ethics and practices of theatrical creation.
  • Ability to work in a hands-on environment with limited resources.
  • Please note that although this job is currently remote, it may require in-person work at Theatre Horizon’s office as early as June 2021.

Work environment: We value work/life balance and maintaining flexible schedules. Even when it is safe to resume working on-site in our offices, a combination of working in the office and from home may be possible. Theatre Horizon is dedicated to building an actively antiracist and creative environment.

Compensation: This 30-hour/week position will be paid between $38,000-$42,000 depending on experience.  We do not provide health insurance but all employees working 30 hours/week (or more) receive a $412/month stipend. Employees also receive complimentary tickets for all season productions, paid leave, paid vacation and holidays off.

To Apply

To Apply: Please submit the following items for consideration: cover letter, resume, list of references. Email all materials to Please include “Manager of Individual Giving” in the subject line.  Individuals from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Director of Public Engagement: Christ Church Preservation Trust

The Christ Church Preservation Trust (“CCPT”) seeks an experienced and passionate public education professional, with dynamic public speaking skills, to partner with and support the Executive Director and the Rector of Christ Church in all aspects related to education, outreach and public engagement.

Reporting to the Executive Director, and working closely with the CCPT Board’s Education Committee, the Director of Public Engagement will be responsible for the development and administration of dynamic programming relevant to existing audiences and committed to growing our audience reach, with a focus on presenting Christ Church’s history with professional accuracy, integrity, and truth-telling inspiration, including by bringing to the fore themes concerning diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion.

The DPE will be responsible for expanding the scope of the CCPT’s public engagement, establishing and nurturing both a national audience and community partnerships in strategic ways, and designing programs that deepen the relationships with the wide-ranging communities we serve and, most particularly, with Philadelphia public schools we hope to more widely serve. The Director must balance the creative and intellectual process of educational programming with duties associated with administration. The ideal candidate will be curious and engaging, have broad historical perspective, and be able to engender trust and a shared vision for inspiring and reaching wider communities while deepening our local impact.

An active and dynamic parish with 400 members, Christ Church was founded in 1695 as a provision of William Penn’s Charter. During its history, hosting members of the Continental Congress during the American Revolution and Presidents George Washington and John Adams in the first decade of the newly established Republic. Among early members were Benjamin and Deborah Franklin, Betsy Ross, John Penn (William Penn’s grandson) and (with Franklin) signers of the Constitution and of the Declaration of Independence, including Robert Morris, Benjamin Rush, and Francis Hopkinson.

Dating to 1744, the current building has been cited as “our finest Early American church” and one of the finest Georgian structures in America. Its steeple (completed in 1754), financed by a lottery organized by Benjamin Franklin, is the work of Robert Smith, one of America’s earliest architects. For 56 years, the Christ Church steeple was the tallest structure in North America, and and remained tallest in Philadelphia for 119 years until 1873. Christ Church is a privately managed historic site that is an official component of Independence National Historical Park.

Christ Church Burial Ground is located at 5th and Arch Streets in Philadelphia and is one of America’s most unique Colonial and Revolution-era graveyards, with 1,400 markers on two beautiful acres right in the heart of historic Philadelphia. The Burial Ground is the final resting place of some of our most prominent leaders, including Benjamin Franklin and four other signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Founded in 1963, the Christ Church Preservation Trust is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is the preservation and protection of Christ Church historic properties and responsible for the programs that welcome the general public for education and inspiration.  With an independent Board of Trustees and Executive Director, the Trust works closely with the Christ Church Vestry and clergy.

The DPE will be responsible for forging a consensus vision, designing, building and implementing the educational programming initiatives at the Church and the Burial Ground.

The DPE will cultivate strong relationships with Trust colleagues; provide thought leadership regarding effective methods and dissemination of education and community relations, with special attention relative to the history of the Church and of Philadelphia.

The DPE must possess a comprehensive understanding of professional standards and best practices as established by the American Alliance of Museums and are expected to maintain a genuine and deep commitment to historical accuracy, diversity and inclusion.

Primary Responsibilities:

The Director will hire and oversee training for up to 20 part-time educators and must be able to communicate effectively with various constituent groups, have strong organizational and operational skills, able to develop historically accurate, engaging and insightful curriculum, and must be self-directed and a team player.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Curatorial Duties

  • Develops the strategies for public engagement to meet the needs of existing audiences, while simultaneously expanding audiences to engage a wider audience, particularly with respect to the growth of younger and diverse attendees.
  • Collaborate closely in the identification and cultivation of donors, and in the research and application of grants designed to support the Trust’s vision for programming.
  • Networks out to organizations in the area to invigorate programming partnerships
  • Strategizes and contributes historical and thematically engaging content for the website, digital outlets, and social media channels

Administrative Duties

  • Management of staffing in public programs, educational programming, group tours, sometimes including volunteers, docents, and interns.
  • Oversees general operation, including ticket sales, overseeing the setting up and preparing of cash register efficiencies and working with POS system.
  • Works closely with Executive Director to ensure fulfillment of assigned strategic initiatives, including educational content and annual program offerings
  • Active member of staff and in overall management, attends meetings with Board Trustees, representing the Trust effectively and with integrity in public forums.
  • Examines and evaluates all programming efforts at the Church and the Burial Ground.


  • Degree in History or Museum Education preferred, with 5 years of public education leadership experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
  • Demonstrated management and administrative abilities
  • Commitment to the best practices in public history education
  • Excellent written and interpersonal skills; leadership ability, and proven ability to work with a range of colleagues based on consensus building
  • Excellent writing and public speaking abilities
  • Experience with virtual programming, including live streaming and revenue models associated with creating programs.
  • Willingness to work nights and weekends when necessary and to organize key CCPT events and program schedule

This is a full time regular, non-exempt position

Education Level:
Master’s Degree preferred
To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to Barbara Hogue, Executive Director at

Executive Director: Impact100


(Part-time, 20 hours per week)

About Impact100

Impact100 is a collaborative and forward-thinking nonprofit organization that brings together individual women in order to make large, collective grants. Since its founding in 2008, Impact100 Philadelphia has awarded more than $3.5 million in grants to nonprofits in the Greater Philadelphia region with missions including arts & culture, education, environment, family, and health & wellness. Grants are awarded annually by a vote of the membership. For its 2020-21 grant cycle, Impact has 431 members and will award $420,000 in funding.


Impact100 Philadelphia engages women in collectively funding high-impact grants that address unmet needs in the Philadelphia region and raise the profile of smaller nonprofit organizations. Through this work, our goal is to make our community more just, equitable, and healthy for everyone.

Position Overview

Impact100 Philadelphia is seeking a dynamic and experienced leader who will work collaboratively with the Board of Directors to fulfill our mission, implement our strategic plan and manage all aspects of our volunteer-based, grantmaking organization. Reporting to the Co-Presidents, this role includes oversight of the administration, fiscal management, programs, and activities of Impact100 Philadelphia. One part-time administrator reports to the Executive Director.

For the foreseeable future, this position will be entirely remote. Once Covid restrictions ease, this position will be remote with work carried out from home, but it requires that the candidate live in the Greater Philadelphia region and be available to attend meetings of the Board and other working groups, participate in occasional evening events and meetings, and build relationships in the local community.


Leadership and Management

  • Work closely with the Board of Directors to implement Impact100’s strategic plan, particularly related to membership retention, growth and grantmaking.
  • Support each Board Committee in planning and implementing annual goals and assisting with technology needs.
  • Collaborate with Board leadership to develop, initiate and maintain a succession plan for key volunteer roles.
  • Participate in and contribute to Board meetings.
  • Participate in occasional evening events and meetings.
  • Along with Board Co-Presidents, act as a primary spokesperson, representing Impact100.
  • Develop and maintain key community relationships to further the goals and increase awareness of Impact100 Philadelphia.

Program Management

  • Provide support to Membership and Grants Chairs, including grants process and member engagement.
  • Work with Programs Chair to support planning and execution of education programs and other events.
  • Work with Membership and DEI Board Chairs to develop and manage effective programs supporting membership retention and growth, with an emphasis on broadening membership diversity and membership satisfaction.
  • Build and maintain relationships with local philanthropic and nonprofit institutions and the business community to drive progress on membership goals and nonprofit engagement.

Financial Management & Administration

  • Manage day-to-day business operations of Impact100 Philadelphia including direct supervision of Administrator and oversight of financial resources and organizational budget.
  • Oversee and evaluate operational systems (e.g. databases, financial, workflows, and website).
  • Provide support to the Communications Chair to develop a communications plan and promote Impact100 through newsletters and social media.
  • Develop and execute a fundraising plan with support of the Board to expand revenue streams in support of operations.


The successful candidate will have the following attributes:

  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of five years of senior management experience.
  • Experience in and knowledge of the nonprofit sector in Philadelphia a plus.
  • Previous experience with fundraising, a record of securing gifts, and demonstrated track record of revenue growth.
  • Experience with Impact100 not required but a plus.
  • Experience managing volunteers a plus.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills, as well as strong ability to write clearly and persuasively.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • Solid technical and analytical skills, including proficiency in G-suite applications.
  • Familiarity with DonorPerfect, Constant Contact, SlideRoom, is a plus.
  • Highly developed interpersonal, networking and relationship-building skills.
  • Highly organized with ability to pay extraordinary attention to detail.
  • Self-starter with great initiative who is able to work independently, but also collaboratively.
  • Availability for some in-person, evening events.
  • Enthusiastic support of the mission of Impact100 Philadelphia.


Compensation will be $35,000 to $45,000, commensurate with experience. Impact100 offers schedule flexibility and paid leave.

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to by April 12, 2021. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and the position is open until filled. Those invited to submit further materials or schedule an interview will be contacted directly. The position is expected to begin July 1, 2021.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

Impact100 Philadelphia pledges to do the hard work of looking inward, listening to all those our organization touches, and seeking to become a truly inclusive and equitable organization. Impact100 Philadelphia’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Committee was formed in 2019 and we are committed to fostering an inclusive environment and doing more to combat prejudice and systemic racism through our philanthropy.

Level of Language Proficiency

English language proficiency required.

Please send a cover letter and resume to by April 12, 2021. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and the position is open until filled. Those invited to submit further materials or schedule an interview will be contacted directly. The position is expected to begin July 1, 2021.

Communications and Grants Manager: Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, is seeking a creative, resourceful, analytical, and strategic communicator with demonstrated success in securing grants and creating effective messaging for a variety of audiences to play a significant role in advancing PAWS’ mission of making Philadelphia a no-kill city.


The Communications and Grants Manager has primary responsibility for PAWS’ grant-seeking efforts, including stewarding relationships with current funders and identifying new potential funders whose priorities align with our work. The Manager will also be responsible for key communications functions, including messaging and media relations, to strategically advance PAWS’ visibility and support. The Communications and Grants Manager is an essential member of PAWS’ development team, working closely and collaboratively with the Executive Director and staff managers to further our lifesaving efforts in a manner consistent with our values.


Communications/Media (60%)

  • In collaboration with the Executive Director and development staff, create and implement a strategic, comprehensive, and integrated annual communications plan that:

– Advances PAWS’ mission, increases its visibility, and supports development efforts.

– Ensures cohesive and consistent messaging across all of PAWS’ channels.

– Identifies and maximizes fundraising opportunities throughout the year, incorporating major events, holiday promotions, and other campaigns, both established and new.

  • Oversee content strategy with a creative eye and supervise PAWS’ Digital Content Manager, who creates and maintains our social media presence and email marketing. Set measurable goals, establish expectations and priorities, and guide messaging to be used across platforms as needed.
  • Lead PAWS’ media relations effort by: cultivating and maintaining relationships with members of the media; pitching and placing stories that illustrate PAWS’ impact and position PAWS as a thought leader; monitoring the news for story opportunities and industry trends; writing/distributing news releases and media alerts; and, serving as primary contact for members of the media.
  • Assume primary responsibility for writing and design of PAWS’ key stakeholder communications, including the midyear and annual impact reports, year-end direct mail fundraising appeal, and other pieces as needed.
  • Ensure PAWS’ web site content is current, impactful, and reflective of our range of programs and efforts.
  • Utilize metrics and other analytic tools to assess efforts and develop actionable insights to increase individual giving revenue and audience engagement.
  • Serve as a liaison between PAWS and community partners and other external organizations as needed.
  • Assist with event planning as needed.

Grant Writing/Management (40%)

  • Maintain PAWS’ grant calendar, prepare compelling proposals, fulfill reporting and recognition requirements, and steward relationships with funders to maximize engagement and support.
  • Research, evaluate, and identify new grant opportunities, ensuring potential support for all PAWS program areas; develop proposals accordingly.
  • Establish and work to meet annual grant funding goals.
  • Utilize PAWS’ fundraising database (Salesforce) to maintain accurate and timely records of all interactions with funders and to track proposals, pledges, receivables, receipts, and reporting deadlines.


  • Remain knowledgeable of trends, tactics, and best practices in animal welfare, as well as in nonprofit communications, marketing, and fundraising.
  • Uphold the integrity of the organization at all times, working collaboratively with colleagues and volunteers to ensure its smooth operation.


  • Outstanding interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with the ability to articulate messages to a variety of audiences
  • Passion for PAWS’ mission and an ability to bring it to life through persuasive storytelling and impactful metrics.
  • A persevering, outgoing, mature self-starter who:

–  Thinks big, yet has careful attention to detail, and is organized, prepared, and reliable.

–  Is proactive, works with a sense of urgency, and thrives in a fast-paced environment surrounded by extremely motivated and determined colleagues who are both compassionate and analytical.

–  Has good judgment, strong problem-solving skills, and can work independently, prioritizing and managing multiple tasks with minimal supervision or direction.

  • Ability to:

–  Work respectfully and productively with a culturally diverse community of stakeholders.

–  Empathize, making stakeholders feel valued, and deepening their sense of connection to PAWS.

–  Promote a humane and caring attitude toward all animals, treating all animals properly and with compassion at all times, including those who are sick, injured, feral, or aggressive.

–  Maintain a calm, pleasant, tactful, and professional demeanor, even in stressful situations.

  • Technologically savvy, with the ability to troubleshoot, identify, and learn to use new tools that may aid our development and communications efforts.
  • Proficiency in WordPress, Salesforce CRM, and G Suite/standard office software.
  • Basic graphic design and photo editing skills and ability to create graphics as needed strongly preferred.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Bachelor’s Degree with 3-5 years of non-profit communications experience, preferably in animal welfare, and demonstrated success in securing significant grant funding, implementing strategic communications plans, working with members of the media, and managing staff.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: No allergic conditions that would be aggravated by handling or working with animals.


HOURS: This is a full-time, exempt position. A minimum of 40 hours per week is required. Some evening and weekend hours may be required.

COMPENSATION: PAWS offers competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience.

TO APPLY: Please send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and salary requirements to


  • Health, dental, and prescription insurance, plus access to additional voluntary benefits (disability, life, and accident insurance).
  • Major holidays off and competitive paid time off (PTO).
  • Endearing four-legged officemates. New arrivals daily – we are always face-to-face with our mission!
How to Apply

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If you have 3-5 years of non-profit communications experience, preferably in animal welfare, and demonstrated success in securing significant grant funding, implementing strategic communications plans, working with members of the media, and managing staff, please send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and salary requirements to

HR Director: Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence


JOIN A FORWARD-THINKING ORGANIZATION THAT HAS BEEN PROVEN TO MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON CHILDREN’S LIVES. Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence (BBBSI) is proud to have achieved a 4-star rating by Charity Navigator, their highest level of distinction. BBBSI is the largest BBBS agency in PA/NJ and fourth largest in the nation. Our mission is to build and support one-to-one relationships to ignite the biggest possible futures for youth. We also strive to strengthen the youth mentoring field through collaboration, training and technical assistance, data collection, and advocacy.


Reporting to the COO, the Director, Human Resources acts an individual contributor and strategic business partner to senior leadership on a variety of issues, including leadership development and talent management. They will cultivate relationships to ensure that HR delivers value, service excellence and operational efficiency. They must be a deft communicator, fostering respect, trust, and collaboration among team members, and possess the ability to manage through change with flexibility and poise.


Leadership, Management, and Accountability

1.    Provide leadership and expertise for the full scope of Human resource functions, including talent management, HRIS, new-hire on-boarding and orientation, credentialing, compliance, employee benefits and compensation, employee relations, legal compliance, wage and hour (FLSA), ADA and FMLA compliance, workers compensation & unemployment administration, HRIS and recordkeeping administration, employee/supervisory training/development; performance management and HR policy development; payroll support

2.    Lead, manage, and inspire one part-time direct report – HR Specialist– toward accountable, goal-based outcomes with emphasis on a) Staff Recruitment, Hiring, Onboarding b) Compensation & Benefits Design/Administration & Payroll and c) Staff Engagement, Performance Management, and Training

3.    Develop annual individual & department goals and objectives; develop and monitor annual HR budget for HR related services and staff

4.    Maintain in-depth knowledge of changing employment regulations; implement policies, procedures and systems to ensure federal and state regulatory compliance and any impending changes; manage federal/state reporting (i.e., EEO, workers compensation, OSHA); ensure all notices and policies are communicated and updated; monitor tracking and prepare reports required for compliance

5.    Serve as primary contact for employment attorneys and Human Resources related government agencies; manage relationships with benefit brokers, obtaining and providing competitive and cost effective employee benefits plans and programs; ensure benefit plan orientations and training

6.    Identify and manage key metrics and analytics to support decisions driving the people agenda for the business. Accountable for ensuring legal and legislative compliance at all times

Organizational Development & Training

1.    Provide guidance and expertise in organization structure and design to ensure support of the short- and long-term goals of the organization. Support leadership on change management initiatives

2.    Provide counsel and leadership to develop training programs that align with Agency strategy and needs. Lead development of organizational training plan, acquire or create content where appropriate, deliver internal trainings, and monitor/evaluate success

3.    Develop and manage new hire orientation and onboarding

4.    Track survey data for training programs and orientation/onboarding; compile best practices data for improvement

5.    Maintain knowledge of industry trends and best practices in workforce development and change management. Assesses organizational need and recommends staff development for the organization

Talent Management & Acquisition

1.    Work with leadership to identify development needs, workforce challenges or talent gaps, and collaborate to develop solutions that address needs and support organizational development, effective talent management, and employee retention

2.    Coach and develop the leadership and management team to work cohesively and effectively, building on their management capabilities and ensuring that they improve the performance and output of their own people resources

3.    Lead talent acquisition for all staff positions, with emphasis on positions at the Director level and above. Interview management- and executive-level candidates, up to final selection

4.    Design and implement external candidate marketing and proactive recruitment programs. Anticipate strategic issues, understand and identify trends and best practices, implementing value added solutions

5.    Develop and maintain relationships with key employment agencies, placement firms, and recruiting job boards

6.    Work with Executive Leadership to review and enhance wage and salary policies and practices

HRIS/Payroll Systems

1.    Manage relationships with relevant technology vendors; maintain a human resource information system and implement other technology and procedural improvements to streamline the HR function

2.    Oversee payroll system, reporting, systems management, and inquiries

3.    Work with HR Specialist on all issues and day-to-day agency and Finance support

Employee Relations & Performance Management

1.    Provide performance management guidance to supervisors and support them in carrying out their responsibilities on all employee matters (coaching, mentoring professional development, disciplinary actions, terminations)

2.    Manage and resolve complex employee relations issues; where applicable, conduct effective, thorough and objective investigations

3.    Manage employee communication and legal issues, and ensure legal compliance

4.    Monitor Performance Management delivery and compliance

5.    Provide coaching and recommendations to management and leadership teams on employee relations and performance management issues

6.    Conduct employee exit surveys and interviews, track trends, and make recommendations to leadership

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Human Resources, Business, Psychology; Master’s degree in HR or business-related field preferred

Professional: Minimum of 10 years of comprehensive Human Resources management experience, with a minimum of 5 years supervisory experience, required. Prior experience leading an HR function in a non-profit, preferred. Deep understanding of current HR trends in compensation, benefits, and performance evaluation frameworks and fluency with primary HR functions. Understanding of best practices and experience in building inclusive and engaged workplaces; cultural awareness and sensitivity with lens on racial and gender equity. Demonstrated ability to foster trust & teamwork among direct reports, peers and throughout the organization. Ensure the professional development for all direct reports. Strong verbal, written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills. Able to work well with individuals at all levels, both within and outside the organization. Able to successfully manage multiple tasks, projects and priorities simultaneously

Personal Attributes: Demonstrate leadership, dedication, and an interpersonal savvy that helps establish effective relationships and an appropriate rapport with people; attentive and active listening skills; results/outcome oriented; approachable, organized; and demonstrate sound judgment in a leadership capacity. Function well in a fast-paced environment, display a strong level of commitment and enthusiasm, demonstrate flexibility, and team player. Motivated to help deliver the core mission. Our best employees 1) set the bar high 2) are intentional and thoughtful about their choices 3) collaborate as a means to community solutions 4) are positive, can-do, and solution-oriented 5) embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion, and 6) are accountable and get it done


Cover letters and resumes can be submitted online at: Note: only those applicants believed to be viable candidates for this opportunity will be contacted. No phone calls or 3rd party solicitation please.

BBBSI promotes a culture of inclusion and seeks talented staff from diverse backgrounds. BBBSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected factor.


Generous Vacation/Sick/PTO

Tuition Reimbursement

9 Paid Holidays

Retirement (403b)

Long Term Disability


AD&D Coverage

Supplemental Benefit Coverage

Life Insurance


Program Manager: The Monkey and the Elephant

April 7, 2021
March 22, 2021
$18,000 – $20,000

The Monkey & The Elephant (M&E) is a non-profit coffee shop operating a transitional employment program for former foster youth. Former foster youth face barriers that challenge their long-term success, including high rates of homelessness, incarceration, unemployment and low educational attainment. Utilizing a strength-based and trauma-informed approach, we mitigate barriers and provide employment related skill development within paid learning opportunities at our café.

The Monkey & The Elephant is a highly evolving organization. The potential candidate needs to be open to the possibility that their role and responsibilities may evolve in concert with the organization.

The Program Manager will have three main areas of focus, as described below. While time spent on each area varies on a monthly basis depending on the needs of the organization, the general breakdown is below.

1.     70%: Coaching and support of program participants including:

  • Coordinate weekly/bi-weekly professional development sessions with program employees, occasionally facilitating pre-set lesson plans.
  • Support program participants and conducting bi-weekly individual meetings/coaching sessions to support their short term and long goals, personal/professional development and ultimately support transition to meaningful work or education.
  • Support employer and program participant at one off site worksite.
  • Coordinate and/or facilitate bi-monthly training with Café leadership to inform strengths-based trauma-informed practices and mindsets.
  • Identify, centralize and share resources for young people aging out of foster-care.

2.     20% Coordinate Art & Music monthly events.

  • Curate First Friday monthly Art & Music community engagement event with a focus on artists who have experienced the child welfare system.
  • Coordinate with partner organizations (AIC and E3) to curate and install or showcase work.
  • Supervise program employee supporting First Friday events.
  • Facilitate alumni and partners networking at First Friday events with the goal of sharing opportunities and making direct connections.

3.     10% Liaise with partner organizations, primarily by:

  • Partner with Philadelphia older youth serving organizations and conducting bi-weekly progress calls with any partnering organizations and program participant(s)
  • Maintain and create connections pipeline programs and opportunities for program employees post M&E, including educational, vocational and other work opportunities.

Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Recruiting and Interviewing potential program participants and selecting candidates alongside the General Manager
  • Completing program intake paperwork
  • Supporting the tracking and reporting of relevant data for grants, monthly board reports, and strategic planning and growth.
  • Coordination of worksite partnerships and participating in citywide workforce development collaboration and partnerships.
  • Participate in program committee board meetings.

Required Experience:

  • 3+ years of experience in workforce development and human services/social work or related field with young adults with histories in child welfare.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in experience.
  • Experience and/or training in Trauma Theory grounded in Strength Based philosophy of practice
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite and Google Docs
  • Experience coordinating partners and projects
  • Experience supervising young adults

The position requires a combination of in person and virtual work.  Monday afternoons and first Fridays will be required, the other hours are flexible.  Compensation range is $18-20,000 and includes PTO.


Paid Time Off

Free coffee and snacks

Flexible Schedule

Temporarily Remote
Work must be performed in or near Philadelphia, PA
Associated Location

Philadelphia, PA