Deputy Director, Quality Management: AccessMatters

About AccessMatters

AccessMatters, a non-profit, public health organization located in Center City Philadelphia, envisions a future where every person has the health care and information they need to thrive. In service to that vision, AccessMatters’ mission is to protect, expand, and enhance equitable access to sexual and reproductive health care and information for all people. Our team strives to advance our mission in accordance with these guiding principles:  (1) sexual health is an essential component of health and wellbeing across the life span; (2) access to quality, affordable health care – including sexual and reproductive health care – is a fundamental human right; (3) every person, family, and community deserves to be treated with dignity and respect; (4) programs and services should be evidence-based, prevention-focused, and person-centered; (5) organizational excellence is best achieved through a culture of inclusion, diversity, innovation, professionalism, and accountability; (6) clients, volunteers, staff, partners, and supporters should be treated with kindness, dignity, and respect in a trauma-informed and culturally responsible environment; and (7) everyone deserves a caring workplace environment that fosters trust, teamwork, creativity, and work-life balance where work is enjoyable and where staff are supported in their professional development and their pursuit of excellence.

Job Summary

Reporting to the Director, Quality Management (QM), the Deputy serves as the Director’s “right hand” in providing operational leadership, oversight, and management of the Quality Management team function and initiatives. The Deputy Director works closely with the Director in the effort to advance best practices at AccessMatters and across its broad network of health care providers through continuous quality control, quality management and quality improvement, while serving as a positive, professional “ambassador” for AccessMatters in all assigned duties. The Deputy Director must understand the public health resource landscape and the value of building and maintaining strong relationships with partner organizations. This position ensures that QM departmental goals and objectives are met through support for QM teambuilding and supervision, fiscal oversight, continual monitoring of program performance data, and effective communication and collaboration with other departments and agencies. The Deputy has access to highly confidential and sensitive information, including PHI, and is expected to handle and safeguard such information with great care and integrity, consistent with HIPAA and other standards. The Deputy represents AccessMatters and its programs and services in a positive and professional manner.

The Deputy Director also assists the Director in the daily operations for designated QM projects, programs, and activities, including planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting on program audits, data gathering, quality management documentation, and other quality management activities. The Deputy Director will take accountable responsibility for assisting the Director with QM infrastructure development, project management, and process improvement, including the development and implementation of policies and procedures relevant to managing the QM team and function. Additionally, this position will be instrumental to the larger Health Access & Service Delivery team by assisting with daily tasks, including but not limited to: preparation and dissemination of communications, drafting of reports, contracts management data monitoring, and training and capacity building activities.

As part of the HASD management team, the Deputy embraces and advances the mission and core values of AccessMatters, setting a positive example for staff by uniting colleagues and supervisees in support of the strategic vision adopted by the Board and Chief Executive. The Deputy helps to provide leadership, direction, and resource stewardship to the organization, while fostering a culture of accountability, professional development, high performance, and ethical behavior. The Deputy works closely with AccessMatters’ internal team members and external stakeholders, including auditors, consultants, community-based partners, government representatives, and the general community. This position will be expected to participate in all departmental and agency projects, meetings, and activities as needed and other duties as assigned. This position is full time and exempt.

Essential Functions

Reporting to the Director, Quality Management, the Deputy will:

Lead Program Operations, Stakeholder Relations, and Goal Attainment to Ensure High Quality Services

·        Align with the Director of QM to provide accountable leadership for assigned programs within the portfolio of QM services, including oversight and monitoring of continuous quality control, quality management and quality improvement functions across a dozen diverse HASD programs.

·        Assist the Director with the hiring, training, coordination, coaching, and evaluation of staff, and provide interim supervision and team leadership as assigned

·        In collaboration with the Vice President, HASD, Director of Quality Management, and Fiscal Department, actively participate in budgeting and financial processes for QM and other programs as needed; manage relevant budgets and contract requirements in areas of deliverables, compliance, expenditures, reconciliation, invoices, contracting, and reporting.  

·        Proactively gain and maintain knowledge of all active program grants and contracts that AccessMatters receives and fulfills, especially those from the Centers for Disease Control, the Office of Population Affairs, the Health Resources and Services Administrations, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.

·        Proactively gain and maintain knowledge of all active program grants and contracts that AccessMatters awards to sub-grantees, i.e., Provider Networks, especially Title X Family Planning partners, breast and cervical cancer providers, Health Resource Centers in high-schools and community agency facilities, Ryan White Part D HIV/AIDS providers, substance use treatment facilities, and HIV/STI testing partners.

·        Proactively gain and maintain knowledge of current developments in sexual and reproductive health, health care service delivery and quality management, HIPAA, nonprofit administration and technology, public/funder policy, and other areas pertinent to QM functions at AccessMatters.

Lead, Support, and Sustain a Culture of Quality Management and Best Practices

·        Work closely with the Director to ensure program adherence to federal, state, and programmatic policies and requirements, and assure the delivery of high-quality sexual and reproductive health services within AccessMatters’ Provider Networks.

·        Evaluate program network needs and activities, including the assessment and monitoring of all Provider Networks (both clinical and social service), and the establishment of shared measurement practices.

·        Work closely with staff across the agency to ensure timely and efficient processes for delivering QM services to network partners and HASD programs, including: audits (self and onsite); data collection, management, and verification; document creation, completion, security, processing, verification, filing and destruction; and federal, state, local, contract and grant compliance.

·        Communicate audit findings to program leaders, Senior Management, and Provider Networks; assist with and/or lead development and delivery of remedial training and technical assistance.

·        Monitor HASD program activities and data to assess program performance and provide quality assurances to management and staff, and to identify areas of deficiency that require attention and improvement.

·        Work with the team to ensure that QM processes are fully documented, analyzed, and ready for inclusion in reports, research publications, applications, presentations and other uses; improve existing QM procedures and manuals by identifying areas of need and designing standard protocols as warranted.

·        Provide project management and writing leadership for the timely completion of regular QM internal, external, and funder reports.

·        Develop, document, and implement “best practice” resources and protocols for program staff and network partners to use in diverse functional areas, including administrative and health care functions.

Initiate and Coordinate Cross-Team and Interdepartmental Activities to Strengthen Program Quality

·        Partner with the Research, Evaluation, and Data (RED) team, Fiscal and HASD program teams to provide accurate, timely data for program reports and proposals.

·        Work collaboratively with HASD, Fiscal and RED teams to actively participate in preparation of program reports and funding proposals.

·        Assist the Director in leading cross-team and intradepartmental initiatives to produce network-wide data synthesis and analysis for all HASD program networks.

·        Work closely with the Director to ensure effective communication and high-quality, efficient shared processes between HASD programs and the RED team to improve other functions and deliverables.

·        Collaborate closely with the Director to identify and implement opportunities for HASD programs to improve service delivery and team integration through cross-program and interdepartmental collaboration, joint projects, shared processes, and unified practices.

Advance the Mission of AccessMatters and Fulfill Organizational Duties

·        As a member of the HASD leadership team, exemplify our Core Values and dedication to a culture of excellent leadership, in which leaders foster an environment where staff feel valued and appreciated, where all staff hold themselves accountable in service to our community and stakeholders, and all staff eagerly pursue excellence.

·        Demonstrate commitment to the principles and values of the AccessMatters Strategic Plan, including support for the organization’s efforts toward equity and commitment to social justice and public health.

·        Consistently exercise discretion and sound judgment to analyze, interpret and act, evaluating possible courses of conduct and making decisions for the best outcomes for the client, team and the organization.

·        Maintain high ethical standards and conduct regarding confidentiality, integrity, dual- relationships, and professional behavior overall, representing AccessMatters effectively and positively to all internal and external constituents.

·        Create and maintain an inclusive and equitable work environment that is respectful of all, embraces diversity and equity, and includes diverse perspectives and talents in problem-solving.

·        Complete other projects and perform other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

·        Broad knowledge of public health and/or sexual and reproductive health programs and issues, including those related to adolescent health, family planning, sexually transmitted diseases, breast and cervical health, HIV/AIDS, health disparities and social determinants of health, throughout the lifespan, across impacted communities.

·        Proven knowledge and experience with the execution of quality management methodologies and regulatory/contract compliance practices, preferably in a public health or clinical setting.

·        Strong understanding of the concepts and practices associated with effective program management, service delivery, network management and non-profit functions.

·        Experience in writing, publishing, and implementing written policies, procedures, and other documents to assure delivery of high quality and compliant clinical care and related services.

·        Ability to review and analyze programmatic and service data to assess and monitor provider performance and quality of care, produce core reports, and identify trends.

·        Demonstrated knowledge and experience in applying HIPAA and other federal, state, and local regulations governing client confidentiality.

·        Experience working as a trusted partner in the “need to know” confidentiality circle handling highly sensitive information and assignments where sound professional judgment and discretion are required.

·        Excellent supervisory and staff development and counseling skills, and team leadership abilities for multi-dimensional program activities.

·        Demonstrated ability to lead teams, projects, and initiatives that require cross-team collaboration at all levels of staff within AccessMatters and our network organizations, to build and strengthen programs and agencies.

·        Ability to travel regularly for the implementation of Quality Management activities in Southeastern Pennsylvania as well as across the State of Pennsylvania as needed.

·        Ability and desire to work within a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team environment, serving diverse populations and institutions across a broad spectrum of community and clinical providers within the field of sexual and reproductive health and maternal and child health.

·        Knowledge and experience working with diverse communities with cultural humility and responsibility.

·        Superior written and verbal communication skills, coupled with strong interpersonal skills and capacity to counsel others and facilitate meetings in diverse settings.

·        Strong ability to produce excellent written work promptly and independently, with some direction or correction required.

·        Ability to manage business partner relations, monitor budgets and expenditures, and follow fiscal procedures.

·        Experience with web-based collaboration platforms and information management systems, portals, and intranets.

·        Ability to self-manage, independently prioritize, assess and solve problems, negotiate solutions, and effectively handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, while taking direction as needed.

·        Demonstrated ability to manage multiple details accurately, on time, and under pressure required; project management experience strongly preferred.

·        Flexibility and openness to changing priorities and managing multiple tasks effectively within a compressed timeframe.

·        Excellent assessment, problem-solving, and negotiation skills.

·        Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint).

·        Ability to work outside normal business hours, as needed (e.g., scheduled nights and weekends).

·        Eligibility for all city and state mandatory clearances, e.g., criminal and child abuse.

Education and Experience:

·        Bachelor’s Degree required, graduate degree in pertinent field of study preferred (e.g., public health administration, data analysis/research, quality management, project management).  Relevant industry specific experience may be considered in lieu of degree where possible.

·        Experience performing Quality Management activities required, with minimum three (3) years of proven experience in a QM role strongly desired; supervisory experience preferred.

·        Experience utilizing QI tools (PDSA Cycle, root cause analysis, fishbone diagrams, etc.) in a health-related setting.

·        Experience in clinical settings, patient care, and/or non-profit programming preferred.

·        Experience in program development, implementation, management, and evaluation preferred.

·        Experience leading and participating in the preparation and submission of deadline-driven proposals, reports, materials, and other written updates needed to secure and maintain funding opportunities for new and existing public health services that align with AccessMatters’ strategic vision.

HOW TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume to the Deputy Director, Quality Management position posted at our online career site, by going to this link: Address cover letter to Elaine Petrossian, Vice President, and Human Resources & Operations. Please include salary requirement and potential start date. **NOTE: While AccessMatters is currently operating remotely, candidates are expected to reside within commuting distance of our headquarters in Center City, Philadelphia. ** No calls, please. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with priority given to those received by July 15, 2021. AccessMatters is an equal opportunity employer.

Director of Philanthropy: American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania

This is an incredibly exciting time in the ACLU’s history that presents an unparalleled opportunity for a dynamic, enthusiastic and experienced fundraising professional. After celebrating its 100th anniversary with a record-breaking event in February 2020, the organization is poised to capitalize on accelerated donor and funder interest stemming from its high-profile work surrounding the 2020 election, LGBT rights, immigrants’ rights, policing, and criminal legal reform. The Director of Philanthropy will leverage Pennsylvania’s key role in the nationwide struggle for justice and civil liberties to increase our affiliate’s revenue stream to support significant expansion of our influence and impact over the next five to ten years. Building on existing donor relationships and a robust major donor prospect pool, and partnering with our national office on key leadership gift strategies, the Director of Philanthropy will have a significant opportunity to increase investments in the ACLU-PA and to play a major role in an organization that continues to make a real difference in people’s lives. The right candidate will provide visionary, strategic leadership to build and strengthen relationships between donors and the organization, toward the goal of generating leadership gifts to support the ACLU’s current and future strategic goals.

The Director of Philanthropy, a member of the management team reporting to the Executive Director, is charged with developing and overseeing the program to raise funds, including identifying prospects that have both the capacity and demonstrated interest in investing in the ACLU to generate longstanding, tangible victories. Working closely with the Executive Director and key lay leaders and national ACLU staff, the Director of Philanthropy is responsible for planning, supervising and executing development programs to: 1) reach our annual and long-range fundraising goals, and 2) develop strategies to support the growth and expansion of the organization. The Director of Philanthropy supervises the Associate Director of Philanthropy, the Assistant Director of Philanthropy, and the Donor Communications and Development Operations Manager. Please note that, in response to COVID-19, this position is remote until September 2021, with the possibility of extension pending health and safety regulations.


$107,500 annually


Compensation and Benefits:

Salary is $107,500 annually. Excellent benefits include generous vacation and sick leave; individual/family employer-provided health insurance; life insurance and long-term disability; defined contribution plan with employer match; and 10 paid holidays. Relocation assistance may be available for out-of-state candidates. This position is full-time, salaried, and exempt from overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act.


Strategy and Support

  • Manage the Executive Director’s major gifts fundraising workload, including assigning and tracking weekly tasks and action steps
  • Develop goals, strategies, and cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship plans for each donor, ensuring that each receives frequent personalized “touches”
  • Generate and analyze data, to ensure that the department is successful in achieving clearly defined, measurable goals
  • Work strategically with, and provide progress reports to, the ACLU-PA’s Development Committee and Board of Directors

Major Gifts and Planned Giving

  • Develop and lead a comprehensive departmental work plan that focuses on major gifts and includes specific fundraising goals and targets for face-to-face solicitations of individual donors, proposals, appeals and campaigns
  • Expand the number of major donors ($10,000+ annual gift) in Pennsylvania
  • Manage relationships for a portfolio of 50-75 donors and prospects with the capacity to make annual contributions of $10,000+, including those assigned to the Executive Director
  • Pending COVID-19 health and safety regulations and assisted by technology as appropriate, engage in face-to-face solicitations and other direct engagement with donors and prospects, and arrange and support engagement for the Executive Director, program staff, and select volunteer leaders
  • Work with a team to draft donor correspondence and materials
  • Partner with colleagues from the national ACLU to advance key donor relationships
  • In partnership with national ACLU staff, conduct prospect research and actively lead identification of major gift prospects
  • Develop an annual fundraising case statement which encapsulates the ACLU-PA’s unique ability to address urgent civil liberties issues and demonstrates the need for support
  • Work collaboratively with national ACLU staff to pursue strategies and market planned giving opportunities to expand membership in planned giving programs
  • Track, cultivate and sustain planned givers
  • Utilize the ACLU’s nationwide database to manage donors, staff, and run reports


  • Build portfolio of foundation/grant prospects and supervise the writing of grants
  • Maintain foundation grants calendar of submissions and reporting cycles
  • Maintain relationships with key decision-makers at grantmaking institutions, and keep them updated on key developments in the funded projects outside of the formal reporting requirements


  • Maintain accurate, confidential records of progress of all giving campaigns for the Executive Director and the Development Committee of the Board of Directors
  • Be proficient in national ACLU policies – including donor confidentiality policies, sharing rules, and national/affiliate agreements with regard to restricted gifts
  • Ensure that supervisees’ tasks are assigned and completed and individual goals are clearly articulated and met
  • Participate in the Development Department budget planning and monitor expenditures as well as providing goals and objectives for organizational budgets
  • Prepare quarterly development reports for the Board of Directors
  • Other duties as assigned


While no one person will likely have all of the qualifications listed below, a successful candidate will bring many of the following qualifications and skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least five years’ experience in fundraising
  • Demonstrated success in major gift solicitation ($10,000+) for an advocacy or community-based organization
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with and quickly gain the respect and support of various and diverse constituencies, including board members and other volunteer leaders, affiliate and national staff members, donors, and high net worth prospects
  • Excellent written, verbal, presentational and diplomacy skills
  • Previous experience managing direct reports with attention to creating an environment of equity, inclusion, and belonging within a team; strong performance management and delegation skills
  • Database and record-keeping proficiency, including donor database/CRM experience
  • Demonstrated ability to motivate, lead and collaborate with colleagues and volunteers in a strategic approach
  • Sound judgment in maintaining confidentiality of donor information
  • Expressed commitment to the core priorities of the ACLU-PA’s mission, including criminal legal reform, First Amendment rights, immigrants’ rights, LGBQ&T equality, privacy and security, and racial justice, and experience centering those directly impacted by these issues
  • Strong dedication to ethical fundraising through a racial justice lens, including an emphasis on centering the voices of directly impacted individuals and a resistance to using tokenism or white savior narratives in fundraising work
  • Valuing differences of race, ethnicity, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, ability, and socio-economic circumstances

Preferred Qualifications

  • Salesforce experience a plus
  • Experience with multi-faceted campaign planning, implementation and management
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ease working with donors, volunteers, and staff
  • A creative approach to problem-solving and an ability to innovate and implement new fundraising strategies
  • Experience developing successful marketing materials
  • High-level organizational skills; detail-oriented with strong follow-through and the ability to meet deadlines


Work may be performed anywhere in United States

To Apply:

All applications are treated confidentially. Interested candidates should send a letter of application, resume’, a short business writing sample and a description of a successful fundraising campaign effort to Please include “Director of Philanthropy” in the subject line of the email. In your letter, please indicate where you learned of the posting. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, at which time the job announcement will be removed from our website:

The ACLU-PA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public interest organization, dedicated to defending and enhancing personal freedoms protected by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights through litigation, legislative advocacy, and community education. It is a fast-paced environment that addresses headline-making issues with powerful personal stories and dynamic, precedent-setting solutions. The ACLU-PA has three offices, ten volunteer chapters, over 40,000 members and donors, 37 employees, and a $5.3 million operating budget.

The ACLU-PA is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU-PA encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status, or record of arrest or conviction.

ACLU-PA’s hiring process will comply with Philadelphia’s Fair Criminal Records Screening Standards (“Ban the Box”) ordinance.

The ACLU-PA comprises two separate corporate entities, the American Civil Liberties Union (the “Union”) of Pennsylvania and the ACLU Foundation (the “Foundation”) of Pennsylvania. The Union is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit corporation, and ACLU membership dues fund its lobbying work. Donations to the Union are not tax-deductible. The ACLU Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Foundation funds support litigation and public education efforts. Donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible. The Director of Philanthropy is an employee of the ACLU Foundation of Pennsylvania.

Both the ACLU of Pennsylvania and the ACLU Foundation of Pennsylvania have the same overall mission, and share office space, employees, and the same board of directors. The two entities are jointly known by the term “ACLU-Pennsylvania.”

Associate Director of Development: Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia

Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate: $45,000.00
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate: $60,000.00

The Associate Director of Development is a full-time staff position responsible for overseeing daily and strategic management of the Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia’s individual and corporate membership program and individual, corporate, foundation, and government fundraising efforts, and leading database administration and program analytics. As Associate Director, this position is part of the staff leadership of the organization and is a member of the Staff Leadership Team. All Staff Leadership Team members are responsible for guiding the strategic vision of the organization, implementing the board-approved Strategic Plan, and participating collaboratively in high level strategic management. This position reports directly to the Executive Director.

At JASGP, we continually celebrate cultural flexibility and curiosity through ongoing training and professional development. As an equal opportunity employer, we stay true to our mission by ensuring that our staff and board are representative of our varied stakeholders, including our neighbors in Philadelphia’s West Park and the Japanese heritage community in the Philadelphia region.

JASGP is a private nonprofit organization that connects Japan and Greater Philadelphia through: operating and preserving Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, which hosts over 45,000 visitors each year; producing the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival with up to 15,000 attendees; presenting a US-Japan Business & Public Policy Series; and providing Japanese arts, business, and cultural programming for all ages.

This is a salaried position with full health and dental benefits, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, and generous paid time off.

Responsibilities include:

  • Development, oversight, and implementation of:
    • Individual and corporate membership programs using Blackbaud Altru, with monthly membership evenings at Shofuso.
    • Corporate sponsorship for programs like the annual cherry blossom festival and 10k race, and other cultural and preservation programs.
    • US-Japan Business & Public Policy quarterly program with board committee support.
    • Foundation and government grants for general operating and project support, with strong contributions from other senior staff.
  • Individual giving through point-of-sale donations and campaigns on-site, mid-season Preservation Appeal, and end-of-year Annual Appeal. ED significantly supports major giving and board giving.
  • Annual Stakeholder Meeting and Reception with full staff support.
  • Supervision of two staff members:
    • Existing Marketing & Communications Coordinator (FT), who promotes JASGP programming and Shofuso visitation in addition to development communications.
    • New Membership & Development Associate (FT), to be hired by the new Associate Director of Development to begin year-end 2021.
  • Organizational advancement, development, and strategic support as a member of the four person Staff Leadership Team, composed of the Associate Director of Development, the Associate Director of Exhibits & Programs, the Associate Director of Administration & Operations, and the Executive Director.
  • Strategic thinking and action through regularly assessing JASGP’s long-term development goals and acting swiftly to take advantage of new opportunities.
  • Continuing professional growth and development through seminars, workshops and professional affiliations, as well as readings to keep abreast of fundraising and membership trends.

Position requirements:

  • Five years of experience in increasingly responsible development positions.
  • Exceptional computer and writing/communication skills with demonstrated ability to work cooperatively in a team environment; able to organize, integrate and present complicated information in an understandable and compelling manner; highly organized and able to multi-task with ease; proven successful, excellent interpersonal skills with good sense of humor.
  • Familiarity with developing and implementing strategies for donor engagement and solicitation is required. Demonstrated results in developing cultivation strategies, creating successful sponsorship packages and funding proposals.
  • Familiarity with cultural and corporate marketing and communications standards and best practices to individual, corporate, foundation, and government stakeholders.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office and G Suite, experienced with relationship management software, preferably Blackbaud Altru.
  • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends.
  • Interest and experience with Japan is a plus
Education Level:
Bachelors Degree
To Apply

Submit cover letter and resume as a single pdf by email to:

Kim Andrews, Executive Director

No phone calls, please. 


Senior Manager, Institutional Giving: The Philadelphia Orchestra Association

Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate:
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate:
The Senior Manager reports to the Senior Director, Institutional Giving, and will provide comprehensive assistance to help maintain current funding levels and to identify, cultivate, and solicit new funding sources to grow Institutional Giving support.

The Senior Manager will steward current institutional funders, including benefit fulfillment, ticket assistance, event planning and execution (with the Orchestra’s Events team), and other functions.

With an eye toward growing the Orchestra’s Institutional Giving program, the Senior Manager will work with the Orchestra’s Research team to develop and evaluate a pipeline of prospects for cultivation and solicitation. The Senior Manager will be involved in all stages of the cultivation and solicitation process, from outreach to in-person visits to proposal writing.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Manage a portfolio of current institutional funders, providing stewardship services to ensure continued annual support. Assist the Senior Director with other institutional funders outside of that portfolio.
  • Prepare letters of inquiry, proposals, reports, and budgets for current and prospective institutional funders, using the Orchestra’s database to document and track all activities.
  • Manage the delivery of all sponsor and funder benefits, coordinating with colleagues in other departments to ensure timely and accurate fulfillment.
  • Work closely with Development department colleagues to identify and research prospective institutional donors for all Orchestra and Academy of Music programs and fundraising events.
  • Works closely with Senior Director to attend to institutional donors at concerts and special events.
  • Provide administrative support to the Senior Director with revenue and expense tracking; meeting scheduling; calendar coordination; correspondence drafting (including acknowledgment letters); and general department recordkeeping.
  • Monitor the Institutional Giving budget, including monthly and annual reconciliation of budget transactions.
  • Manage the disbursement, tracking and invoicing needs for the Institutional Giving team.
  • Maintain filing systems for the Institutional Giving team, both hard copy and electronic.
  • Manage concert ticket inventory and distribution for dedicated Development Department boxes at all concerts.
  • With assistance from the Special Events team, help plan, organize, and execute Institutional Giving special events, meetings, and receptions.
  • Work closely with the Development Services team to ensure proper booking of all institutional gifts.
  • Uses the Orchestra’s CRM (Tessitura) to manage institutional profiles, run reports, and conduct basic donor research.


Bachelor’s degree required. A minimum of three (3) years of experience working in institutional fundraising at a nonprofit organization, including demonstrable experience writing proposals and reports, as well as grant compliance and outcome measurement. Knowledge of fundraising best practices and experience using a CRM platform are highly desirable. Appreciation of orchestral music and an understanding of the role of a performing arts organization in community life are important.


  • Strong organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously while adhering to strict deadlines and producing quality results with attention to detail.
  • Impeccable writing, editing, and communication skills, with an emphasis on proposal and report writing for institutional funders and persuasive articulation of the Orchestra’s mission and programming.
  • Solid interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively across the Development department and the entire organization.
  • Ability to work independently, problem solve, exercise good judgement, and maintain a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality.
  • Experience with meeting and event planning.
  • Strong computer skills are required, including database management and the ability to learn new software. Experience with standard office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, Zoom) is required, and ideally experience with donor research platforms.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment with rapidly evolving priorities.

Working Conditions/Physical Demands

Routine for office environment. The employee will be required to have a flexible schedule to accommodate and staff events. This position will require early mornings, late evenings, and weekends.

Education Level:
Bachelor’s degree

Marketing Manager: Museum of the American Revolution

Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate: $46,000.00
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate: $55,000.00

The Marketing Manager will work closely with the Director of Marketing to develop, manage, and implement marketing strategies that result in audience growth, increased visibility and brand awareness, on-site attendance, and digital engagement.

Primary Areas of Responsibility:

Assist Director of Marketing with development of goal-driven, audience-centric marketing strategies for the Museum.

In collaboration with and under the supervision of Director of Marketing, manage all marketing and promotional activities for the Museum.

Lead marketing project management and work closely with all divisions to ensure deadlines are met.

Manage the implementation of advertising schedule, ensuring all advertising creative is approved and submitted on time.

Work collaboratively with Museum’s graphic designer to create multi-channel marketing materials in line with strategic marketing goals and objectives.

Manage the development and production of marketing collateral.

Assume proactive responsibility for marketing public-facing programs and events.

Monitor and report on effectiveness of marketing campaigns. Analyze and synthesize insights from multi-channel marketing touchpoints to make recommendations for refining marketing strategies, in line with Museum goals.

Develop and implement on-site and online visitor surveys; evaluate and report results on visitor preferences and demographic data to better inform marketing initiatives.

In collaboration with, and under the supervision of Director of Marketing, create a transparent, centralized program for the dissemination of all Museum audience insights.

Maintain effective internal communications to ensure that all relevant company functions are kept informed of marketing objectives.

Build and maintain relationships with local cultural institutions and partners in managed effort to promote region as a tourist attraction.

Represent the Marketing Department at both internal and external events as needed.

Perform other duties as assigned.


Bachelor’s degree or higher

2-3 years of marketing related experience with a museum, cultural organization, tourist attraction or other not-for-profit organization

Strong preference for candidates with demonstrated successful experience working collaboratively to ideate and implement audience engagement events

Mission- and goal-driven, proactive, accountable, and results-oriented, with growth mindset

Analytical, with creative outlook

Superior writing skills required

Strong project management and organizational skills

Ability to produce under tight deadlines with multiple priorities

Ability to work independently and as part of a dynamic team

Ability to work weekends, evening hours, or holidays as needed

Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite programs. Knowledge of and proficiency using e-CRM and CMS systems preferred

Education Level:
Bachelor’s degree or higher
To Apply

The Museum of the American Revolution ( is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to

Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations – Full-Time Position: Settlement Music School

The Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations will be responsible for securing funds in support of Settlement’s financial aid program, off-site partnerships, award-winning
Pre-K program, capital needs, and more. This position will be assigned a portfolio of donors and prospects and will be charged with actively building that portfolio through researching and forging new relationships with prospective foundations and corporate funders. This position also works in concert with the development department to develop effective strategies for reaching overall annual and campaign goals as a team.

The successful candidate will write compelling requests for funding and be adept at matching donor needs with organizational goals. The candidate will have the ability to manage complex proposal and reporting requirements within the School’s organizational structure.

Qualifications: Five years of progressively responsible fundraising experience is preferred. Candidates for this position must be extremely organized, enjoy a fast-paced environment, be detail-oriented, and will have the ability to manage multiple deadlines and projects simultaneously. Must be goal-oriented, strategic, and a self-starter. Superb oral and written communications and interpersonal skills are a must, as is a great sense of humor. Experience with Word, Excel, and fundraising software is essential. An interest and relevant experience in music and/or education are helpful.


  • Maintain calendar of proposals and reports and research new opportunities
  • Manage a calendar of 70+ proposals and reports annually, gathering pertinent program and financial details from program and finance personnel
  • Lead and facilitate research into new institutional initiatives and prospects within the Advancement team and senior staff.
  • Develop stewardship plans for the foundation and corporate donors and set up and participate in site visits
  • Participate in the development of high-level strategies to match Settlement’s goals with funder priorities
  • Maintain meticulous records of communications with donors
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
To Apply

To Apply: Please submit your cover letter, resume, and writing samples by email only to

Settlement Music School is an Equal Opportunity Employer that encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for this position. 

Manager of Programs and Special Events: Science History Institute

Job Status: Full Time
Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate: $55,000.00
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate: $55,000.00
Science History Institute

The Science History Institute is currently recruiting for the full-time position of Manager, Programs and Special Events.  This newly-created position is a part of the Development department and will report to the Vice President of Development and External Relations. The Manager of Programs and Special Events will manage development-related programs to include special events, awards, as well as industry-related affiliate programs.  Additionally, the Manager of Programs and Special Events will assist in managing Board of Directors meetings and communications.

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in history, communications or science.
  • Minimum of five years of professional work experience in a non-profit, preferably in development.
  • Proven project management skills, including the ability to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously, to meet deadlines, to create and maintain project management documents and tools, and the ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Strong computer and database skills, including solid knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.  Experience with Raiser’s Edge is a plus.
  • Experience or knowledge of social media management strategy.
  • Strong professional presence and interpersonal skills, with the ability to represent the Institute in a professional manner to leaders in the chemical industry, scientists, donors and Board members.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally (5-10%)
Education Level:
Bachelor’s Degree
To Apply

To be considered for this position, please send cover letter, resume and contact information for 3 professional references to:

The Science History Institute provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants and prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. The Science History Institute is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion and strongly encourages applicants from underrepresented groups such as women, racioethnic minorities, LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities to apply.

About the Organization

The Science History Institute collects and shares the stories of innovators and discoveries that shape our lives. We preserve and interpret the history of chemistry, chemical engineering, and the life sciences. Headquartered in Philadelphia, the Institute houses an archive and a library for historians and researchers, a fellowship program for visiting scholars from around the globe, an acclaimed museum that is free and open to the public, and a state-of-the art conference center. Visit to participate in one of our robust public programs, view our collections and exhibits online, and for free resources for historians, parents, teachers, and students.

Corporate Relations Manager: Mural Arts Philadelphia

Mural Arts Philadelphia is seeking a full‐time Corporate Relations Manager. Reporting to the Director of Development and a key member of the development team, this individual will manage and steward a Portfolio of corporate partners, establish new philanthropic partnerships, ensure ongoing high impact Corporate relationships, and obtain sponsorships for events and major projects from the local business community.

Essential Responsibilities:

●        Design and implement an annual outreach strategy for corporate partners

●        Manage sponsorship benefits fulfillment and steward corporate contacts to ensure

exemplary communication and opportunity matching

●        Research and pursue new corporate partnership leads.

●        Create letters, packets, proposals, reports, and other written materials targeting corporate partners

●        Design and manage benefit packages for event sponsors; create sponsorship packets   Manage and execute a portfolio of smaller donor events per year.

●        Partner with the Director of Development in overseeing corporate strategy and corporate sponsored events

●        Maintain accurate records of corporate sponsorship activity in the Raiser’s Edge database

Qualifications Include:

●        Strong attention to detail, organization skills, and ability to manage several projects at one time

●        Ability to work well within a diverse team in a fast‐paced environment

●        Familiarity with the Greater Philadelphia corporate community

●        Ability to anticipate project needs and discern work priorities

●        Creativity and passion for linking the private sector to Mural Arts’ mission

Education and Experience:

●        3+ years of professional experience ideally in business development

●        Nonprofit experience is favorable but not mandatory.

●        Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge or comparable CRM system experience strongly preferred

●        Able and willing to work non‐traditional hours, including evenings and weekends as needed to fulfill primary duties.

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.


This is a full-time, exempt salaried position. Mural Arts offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits and holiday package. The salary range is between $45,000.00 – $47,000.00

Anticipated start date: August 9, 2021

To Apply

To Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Carolyn Nagy at, specifying you are applying for the position of “Corporate Relations Manager.” Resumes will be reviewed as they are submitted. Deadline to apply: July 23, 2021. No phone calls, please.

For more information, call 215-685-0750 or visit Follow us on social media: @muralarts on Twitter and InstagramMuralArtsPhiladelphia on Facebook, and phillymuralarts on YouTube.

Assistant Director of Grants Management: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library encompasses an unrivaled museum of American decorative arts in its mansion and galleries and a magnificent 60-acre naturalistic garden—all set on 1,000 gorgeous acres.

Winterthur employs a wide array of positions in the areas of curatorial, horticulture, education, conservation, library, maintenance, marketing, development, technology, and administration.

At Winterthur, employment is more than just work. The Winterthur employee is offered a unique and rewarding experience that is rich in culture and natural beauty. Winterthur considers its employees and volunteers to be among its greatest assets and welcomes applications from candidates who will contribute their specific skills to its mission “to inspire, enlighten, and delight all of its visitors while preserving and enhancing [Winterthur]” and also uphold its core values of agility, excellence, innovation, integrity, inclusion, and transparency.


Under the direction and mentorship of the Director of Philanthropy at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, the Assistant Director, Grants Management will play a key role in the Development Department in meeting fundraising goals. The Grant Manager advance and support the organization’s efforts to secure foundation, state, and and federal funding support, including: locating funding sources, preparing grant proposals, communicating with and coordinating among internal and external stakeholders, and fulfilling all reporting requirements. They must possess the ability to distill complex ideas and organizational strategy into a clearly articulated, data-based case for support. They will work in collaboration with the Development, Curatorial, Conservation, Library, Gardens, Exhibitions, Academic Programs, and Facilities teams to create funding proposals, stewardship reports, correspondence, and other Development writing needs for internal and external audiences.


  1. Research, identify, solicit, and steward prospective and current grant and foundation funders to support programs and projects throughout the organization.
  2. Coordinate a portfolio of major grant and/or foundation prospects including NEA, NEH, IMLS, the Getty Foundation, Terra Foundation, and others.
  3. Prepare grant applications and reports to meet specified deadlines, including research, inter-departmental collaboration, authoring, editing, and submission.
  4. Lead cross-departmental grant efforts toward the submission of compelling grant applications; comfortable with project management to keep team members on track to fulfill requirements by established timeline.
  5. Monitor the progress of awarded grants and meet reporting deadlines as set by the funder.
  6. Assist with preparation of written proposal solicitations presented to individuals, corporations, and foundations outside of the grant process.
  7. Respond to a variety of writing requests associated with efforts to cultivate, solicit, and steward donors, sponsors, and members.
  8. Plans, develops, implements and manages assigned budget and allocation of assigned resources
  9. Support other Philanthropy Department initiatives. Fill current role gaps when needed. Participate in special project based fundraising and future capital campaigns. Complete other departmental activities as required.

Compensation: $45,000 – $55,000

Benefits: Including, but not limited to, medical, dental, and vision insurance; generous paid time off plan; 403b with employer match for eligible employees.


Minimum Experience: Bachelor’s degree with 3+ years in grant writing or grants management, as well as experience with nonprofits.

Preferred Experience: Experience in the museum field, with a focus in the decorative arts.


  1. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Ability to communicate with a variety of stakeholders.
  2. Ability to complete complex grant proposals. Strong project management skills.
  3. Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgement.
  4. Strong attention to accuracy and detail.
  5. Ability to multi-task and think critically.
  6. Ability to work independently, as well as within a team, with initiative
  7. Ability to manage time, independently and cross departmentally with proficiency
  8. Ability to understand and maintain the highest levels of confidentiality
  9. Knowledge of grants management, philanthropic trends, and the cultural heritage landscape.
  10. Strong computer skills with experience in Raiser’s Edge and Microsoft Suite. Ability to assemble reports and spreadsheets.
  11. Flexibility, adaptability, and ability to shift priorities as needed to support institutional priorities.


  1. Ability to work on a computer for the duration of the workday.
Education Level:
BA or BS
To Apply

Program Manager: Penn Center for Community Health Workers

About the organization:

Penn Center for Community Health Workers ( is a national center of excellence focused on achieving health equity through effective, sustainable community health worker (CHW) programs. We have developed IMPaCT, a nationally-recognized, evidenced-based community health worker model that has served more than 13,000 Philadelphians. CHWs share life experience with the people they support and provide community-based social care, advocacy and navigation to those made disadvantaged due to race and socioeconomic position. In addition to our work in Philadelphia, we work with organizations across the country to help them launch and scale effective CHW programs, and partner with other organizations to shape local, state, and federal policies that impact the communities we serve and the CHW workforce. We are part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, which provides competitive salaries and exceptional benefits, including an annual tuition benefit.

About the position:

To support our goals in helping to dismantle structures and systems that create injustice and inequity, we have expanded leadership opportunities within our organization. We are hiring two individuals, each of whom will lead a team of community health workers to improve health in marginalized communities through one-to-one patient relationships and manage a strategic portfolio within our organization. One program manager will lead our policy initiatives and the other will focus on community engagement and communications.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

About 80% of your time will be spent:

• Supervising the daily workflow of 4 CHWs, ensuring quality of patient outcomes by producing regular reports and coaching your team to develop their skills and do their best work

• Integrating CHWs into hospitals and primary care clinics and building strong relationships with clinical partners

About 20% of your time will be spent:

• Co-creating and implementing the Center’s policy or community engagement/communications strategic priorities

• Building and managing a team of CHWs and other staff who work with you to achieve the goals in your strategic area (e.g. policy or community engagement/communications). This includes support to be effective storytellers and ambassadors for our work, promoters of the CHW workforce, and local and national collaborators

Preferred Qualifications

• At least 5 full years of professional work experience

• Leadership experience within community-based organizations, preferably in a supervisory role

• Familiarity with healthcare and social service systems • Experience with social work and/or case management

• Comfort producing reports and using data to drive performance results

• Ability to thrive in a dynamic organization, where flexibility, organization, high performance, and creative thinking are strongly valued

• Passion for advancing health equity and social justice

• For the policy focused manager: prior experience working in partnership with other organizations, crafting briefing notes and position papers, and prepping others to speak compellingly to achieve policy goals

• For the community engagement/communications focused manager- self-starter who can make strong connections with individuals, local businesses and community organizations; excellent oral and written communication skills

To Apply:

Send cover letter and resume to Terry Mittelman ( with subject line “Project Manager – (Insert position for which you’re applying).”

Please label attachments as follows: Lastname Firstname_PMcoverletter LastnameFirstname_PMresume