Academic Program Manager: ACLAMO (Norristown)

Essential Functions

The Academic Program Manager provides leadership to a team of passionate teaching professionals and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the five (5) different educational programs: Summer Bridge, After School, ELL, Citizenship classes, ADELANTE, and the Family Literacy Program. The ideal candidate will be a strong written and verbal communicator, experienced in education, and proactive with solutions and adjustments.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct supervision to the Education Department Staff:
  • Recruit, screen, and interview applicants for positions in the education department
  • Provide overall leadership by setting goals and objectives for all of ACLAMO’s educational programs
  • Coach, mentor, and counsel members of the department and answer questions or give feedback to staff members as needed.
  • Work directly with members of the department to ensure educational activities and events are effective and cohesive within the larger education curriculum
  • Conduct supervisory meetings at least twice a month with the entire department staff to review progress on program goals and objectives
  • Lead and assist the Career Coach as well as the Community Liaison between students/ parents, ACLAMO, and the school districts.

Be a leader and a mentor for teachers including the following:

  • Assisting them in leading engaging and practical activities for students
  • Helping them with the administration of assessments
  • Developing supports for students who require it to foster academic improvements, such as one on one tutoring or small group support
  • Providing feedback on their lesson plans and materials
  • Facilitating teacher training opportunities
  • Improve an established curriculum for the Education Department that targets set goals and objectives in literacy, math, science, and other core subjects
  • Develop and implement programs to promote staff engagement in preparing English language learner children and parents for academic success
  • Work closely with the Social Services Director to refer students/parents for information/referral and/or case management services


  • Gather data and prepare performance reports to ascertain the success of all educational programs including monthly and annual reports
  • Follow up with students to ensure that supports are effective, and if not, develop new, more pointed supports or seek out other resources
  • Communicate frequently with the Senior Programs Director on the status of education programs

Qualifications and Education Requirments

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education from an accredited college or university
  • At least one (1+) year of experience working with elementary, middle, or high school students
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to be a team leader, make meaningful decisions, and provide effective solutions
  • Demonstrated ability to multitask, remain flexible, and work independently in a fast-paced environment with minimum

Preferred Skills:

  • Proficient in Microsoft programs and comfortable with a variety of data management
  • Very comfortable working both independently and as part of a team
  • Detail-oriented and strong organizational skills
  • Ability to believe in the academic potential of all students
  • A passionate supporter of ACLAMO’s mission, vision, and programs
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

Special Notes:

  • Competitive salary; including benefits after a three (3) month probationary
  • This position’s working days are Monday through Thursday and Saturday
  • This position requires visual and auditory acuity and the physical ability to climb stairs, stand for long periods of time, walk distances, and lift or carry up to 20 pounds.

Must obtain the following three clearances:

  • Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance;
  • Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check; and
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Background


Development Director: ACLAMO


  • 5 Year Development Plan: Develop and execute ACLAMO’s “5-year Development Plan” (or Campaign)
  • Revenue Generation: Support ACLAMO’s strategic goal to raise between $300,000 to $500,000 per year in new donors’ contributions (Individual, Corporations, Foundations) by the year 2023
  • Building relationships with new Major Donors: Together with the Executive Director, the Board President, and other Board Members, help establish, grow and retain close relationships with a solid and selected group of key individuals and/or corporations (ideally ten or more), that are able to donate to ACLAMO every year amounts in between $50,000 and $100,000. In addition, build engagement and giving by new donors to grow charitable fund accounts and endowments
  • Support relationships with current donors: Work collaboratively with ACLAMO’s Executive Director, Business Development Manager, Staff, and Board of Directors in managing relationships with major donors and donor prospects.
  • Communications: Ensure a consistent and effective flow of communication with key donors and stakeholders
  • Donor Database: Update, improve, and administer our current “Donor Database” (CRM)
  • Fundraising activities: Support all fundraising activities/initiatives created or developed by ACLAMO, and ensure they are done with excellence, quality, integrity, meet our financial goals, and are done in adherence to legal regulations, and following our values as an organization
  • Facilities and Physical Space: Lead all fundraising efforts related to improving, moving, renting, buying, or finding physical space for the organization, including the establishment of an endowment in the near future


  • Together with the Executive Director, Board President and the Development Committee Chair, develop thE “5- year Development Plan” (or campaign) with clear and well-defined goals: Revenue target (Major, Board, Community and Parent gifts), timeline, sources and mapping of potential Major donors, specific goals by corporation/individuals, activities and tactics to reach the intended goals, networking activities, physical space plan and building endowment, etc.
    • Produce a high-level plan and strategies to create new ACLAMO’s key strategic relationships with potential major donors and maintain established stakeholders
    • Research potential donors to gain insight into needs, beliefs, and donation habits to understand how to position our organization to them
    • We define a Major Donor as people or organizations able to give ACLAMO in between $50 to $100k a year
  • Under ACLAMO’s Executive Director direction and close collaboration with the Board of Directors, the candidate will support the fundraising efforts of the organization
    • Support the ED and Development manager in the planning, organization, and execution of ACLAMO’s key fundraising activities and events
    • Be a consistent face and contact for existing and new donors representing ACLAMO internally and at external meetings, events, and fundraising
      • Ensure there is a regular flow of communications with our key donors
      • Manage all regular donor communications
  • Write an ACLAMO “Script or Case for Support” narrative to be used with potential donors and train the ED, Board, and Staff members in its use with all of our stakeholders
  • Develop, collaborate and/or customize all marketing materials and communications needed to support the establishment of the relationships with Major Donors
  • Database: Update, improve, and administer our current “Donor Database” (CRM).
    • Converted into a comprehensive, organic, and user-friendly “Donor” database: donor profiles, donors by segment, historical information, generate communications to donors, generate reports, etc.
    • Maintain complete and orderly records of donors
  • When appropriate and under the ED direction, represent ACLAMO with potential donors (individual, corporations Foundations) and important stakeholders to build or strengthen relationships, and/or to prospect and/or solicit gifts in partnership with the ED, President, and other Board members
  • Be a contributing member in the Development Team, providing insight and advice to the ED, Business Development Manager, and other relevant staff
    • Collaborate with the development of the fundraising budget together with the ED and Development Manager
  • Serve as the secretary and operational engine of the Board’s Development Committee. Be responsible for:
    • Supporting the Chair of the committee in establishing the agenda of the meetings, setting meeting dates, and other items needed for smooth committee operation
    • The development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of a fundraising plan
    • Serving as an active member of the Development Committee and attend regularly scheduled meetings as
    • Helping to carry out the responsibilities of the Committee
    • Serving as an important link between the ED, Board, and the Development Committee and any related ad- hoc committees
    • Keeping the Board informed with reports about current activities and plans
  • Support and contribute to ACLAMO’s Social Media efforts:
    • Collaborate with the Development Manager Social Media activities
    • Write and follow up with proposals, articles, e-mails, memos, recognitions, thank you letters, and any other document to complete an ask from a potential founder


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Fundraising, or comparable degree
  • Knowledgeable and experienced in Non-profit development experience is highly desirable
  • Proven track record of successfully identifying, securing, and cultivating major gifts in excess of $50,000 to $100,000
  • Able to network at a high level
  • Results-driven
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent and effective oral and written communication and organizational skills, including attention to detail and the ability to set priorities and meet deadlines
  • Responsible, dependable, creative, and collaborative
  • Commitment to the values of our organization: accountable, ethical, and respectful
  • Demonstrated ability to remain flexible, multi-task, and work successfully in a fast-paced environment with a high degree of attention to detail and minimum supervision
  • Able to work with people from different nationalities, cultural backgrounds, and cultural sensitivity
  • Full time (desirable): ACLAMO’s expectation is to have a full-time job position, but provided we find the right candidate that can only work part-time, the time needed to do the job varies throughout the year. It is estimated that an average of 12-16 hours per week throughout the year would be required to do this job well
  • Well-known in the Montgomery County business, government, commerce community (desirable)

Executive Director: Philadelphia Bail Fund

The Opportunity:

PBF is at an important juncture in its organizational history. Since 2020, the organization has grown rapidly from a staff of one to four full-time staff members. In response to COVID-19 and the uprisings against police violence in 2020, PBF greatly expanded its impact, helping free over 400 Philadelphians from the city’s jails – a 400% increase from the prior year. The organization has also increased its capacity to provide holistic post-release supports and to engage in intentional organizing with directly impacted communities. With our Board, staff, leaders (our directly impacted organizers), and volunteers, PBF is undergoing substantial growth as we build the grassroots movement necessary to end cash bail and pretrial punishment in Philadelphia.

We are hiring a dynamic and experienced Executive Director (ED) to oversee the continuation of this important work and lead PBF into this exciting new chapter. The ED will have primary responsibility for the management of the organization, with emphasis on strategic planning, administration, fundraising, and Board relations. The ED reports to the Board of Directors and oversees a staff of three people.


Staff Management & Leadership

The Executive Director directs the staff team in carrying out the day-to-day operations that move us toward our goals.

  • Oversee the administration and operations of the organization; ensure smooth functioning of ongoing programmatic efforts and implement systems to track scaling progress; regularly evaluate program components.
  • Supervise staff members, including goal setting, development, evaluation, and coaching; maintain a work environment that fosters teamwork, open communications, and dedication to PBF’s vision and values.
  • Steward the ongoing organizational transformation that is needed to attain PBF’s goals, and nurture an inclusive, collaborative, team-orientated work environment.
  • Provide direction and visionary leadership for the organization and plan and implement strategies to further shared mission and goals.
  • Oversee the work of contingent staff, including external consultants and vendors; monitor achievement of goals relative to established service level agreements and contracts.

Board & Governance

The Executive Director collaborates with the Board of Directors to develop and execute PBF’s strategic vision and direction.

  • Cultivate ongoing collaborative relationship with an engaged Board, equipping them with necessary information about organizational developments.
  • Serve as ex-officio member of Board and seek and build board involvement in strategic planning and direction.
  • Work closely with the Board to steer the organization to meet goals in alignment with mission.

Fundraising & Finance

The Executive Director ensures that PBF is fiscally sound and financially healthy.

  • Ensure a strong fundraising program that includes grassroots, major donor, and foundation strategies in addition to grant writing.
  • Develop, nurture, and maintain key funding relationships, especially among foundations and major donors.
  • Work with Board & Controller to develop, adopt and monitor annual budget, as well as ensure long-term financial health and stability of the organization.


The Executive Director maintains effective communications with internal and external stakeholders, ensuring that messaging aligns with PBF’s mission, principles, and goals.

  • Support Communications team to deepen and refine all aspects of communications—from web presence to external relations with the goal of greatly expanding our publicity.
  • When appropriate and strategic, serve as the voice & spokesperson for PBF among press, coalitions, funders, and the community-at-large.
  • Cultivate key relationships, partnerships, and alliances within and beyond Philadelphia city limits.
  • Respond to unanticipated opportunities and challenges as they arise.


Successful candidates will possess the following qualifications. (We are less interested in titles and more interested in who you are and what you’ve actually accomplished.)

  • Demonstrated record of working to dismantle mass incarceration and carceral systems.
  • Prior experience in supervising staff and managing a cohesive staff team, and skilled in moving through conflict.
  • Effective experience in strategic planning, organizational development, organizational transformation.
  • A track record of successful fundraising through grants, events, and individual donor solicitation.
  • A deep knowledge of the cash bail system. Knowledge can be demonstrated by having experience with cash bail being imposed upon you, having posted/paid cash bail on behalf of another person, and/or having experience providing legal representation to someone subject to cash bail. Priority will be given to candidates who have been directly impacted by bail and/or the criminal legal system.
  • Dedication to centering the experiences and beliefs of justice-involved people in program design and development and experience working with justice-involved people.
  • High degree of cultural awareness; experience in navigating and challenging white supremacy, classism, racism, and other systems of oppression.
  • Visionary and strategic; the ability to anticipate and create possibilities during challenges and see the big picture while paying attention to details.
  • Strong facilitator; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; skilled in resolving conflict.
  • A collaborative leader; ability to lead through collaborative partnerships and engage others in planned change.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Roots in Philadelphia; familiarity with various communities and neighborhoods.
  • Candidates who have been directly impacted by bail and/or the criminal legal system.

Salary & Benefits

Compensation includes competitive salary and generous benefits package.


About Us

Founded in 2017, the Philadelphia Bail Fund (“PBF”) combats mass incarceration by working to end cash bail and pretrial punishment in Philadelphia. Until that day, we seek to prevent the harms of wealth-based detention by paying bail for our neighbors in need at the earliest possible moment after arrest. Every year, thousands of Philadelphians, overwhelmingly poor and Black, have a price set on their freedom. Our work stems from the belief that this practice is unjust, unnecessary, and inhumane. We are committed to creating a society where our work as an organization is no longer needed — a society that values people’s freedom and invests in equitable and transformative justice systems in which everyone feels safe and all communities have the resources they need to thrive.

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Please email your resume and a detailed cover letter explaining your interest in the position to Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis, but candidates are encouraged to apply by Monday, November 15 for priority consideration. This position will remain open until filled. Our hope is for the new Executive Director to start the role in January 2022, with a transitional period with the outgoing Executive Director. PBF is an equal opportunity employer. Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other People of Color, women, LGBTQI-GNC people, formerly incarcerated, and other people who have been directly impacted by criminalization are strongly encouraged to apply.

Director of Development: Pennsylvania Innocence Project

Position Summary:

We are seeking an experienced and dynamic Development Director. In partnership with the Executive Director, the Director of Development is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program that drives growth and sustainability for the organization. A successful candidate will feel a strong sense of commitment to the mission of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Assist Executive Director and Board in setting annual fundraising and marketing goals
  • Develop and execute annual fundraising plan
  • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations, government resources, and corporations
  • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors
  • Develop and track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising
  • Oversee the preparation and implementation of regular donor solicitation campaigns
  • Oversee development and implementation of fundraising events
  • Assist with Board Development Committee and engaging Board members in fundraising and special events
  • Create regular development reports for the Executive Director and Board
  • Create solicitation materials for the fundraising team.


The ideal candidate will possess excellent communication skills with a passion for social and racial justice. They will have demonstrated success in all facets of fundraising including individual and corporate giving, government and foundation grants and special events. They will have experience in recruiting, managing, motivating, and engaging board members in fundraising. Sensitivity to the unique needs facing exonerees who have spent years wrongly incarcerated is required.

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited 4-year institution is required, Certificate in fundraising management is helpful.  Five years Development experience including experience with fundraising software and familiarity with budgeting and financial reporting is required. Superior written, verbal, and interpersonal skills are essential.

We strongly encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply for this position and invite you to share with us your thoughts on how your background and experiences can contribute to the diversity, vitality, and cultural perspective of our staff, clients, and services.

Salary:  $70,000- $85,000, based on experience, with benefits.

About Us

The Pennsylvania Innocence Project is a non-profit, public interest legal organization dedicated to exonerating those who have been wrongfully convicted of crimes they did not commit and preventing innocent people from being convicted in the future. That mission is coupled with training law students and practicing lawyers to recognize and litigate valid innocence claims and providing reentry services to innocent people who have been exonerated to assist them in their transition home and back into society.

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Please attach: A cover letter, resume, and 3 references.

Executive Director: Food Moxie

The Food Moxie Executive Director (ED) oversees all strategic and operational responsibilities of the organization and provides leadership for Food Moxie’s staff, programs, strategic plan, and execution of its mission. Other key duties include fundraising, and community outreach and managing partnerships. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

The Food Moxie Executive Director shall lead the organization in its mission to educate and inspire people to grow, prepare, and eat healthy food.  Food Moxie activities include partnering with organizations in Philadelphia to engage youth and families in gardening, farming, and food education, to promote self-sufficiency, community connectedness, and advance food justice.  The ED will support the Food Moxie mission by working directly with community program participants to share information and resources with one another to grow and cook food, as well as learn about food systems and agriculture. In partnership with local schools and community-based organizations, Food Moxie’s signature programs and initiatives center around experiential learning, leadership development, and “building agency” with participants to bolster individual and community health.

The ED will ensure that organizational and programmatic operations align with Food Moxie’s commitment to equity and inclusion, cooperative principles, and promote local, small-scale, urban agriculture.

The ED position currently supervises a staff of two.

Executive Director Core Responsibilities:

Strategic Leadership 

  • Work with the board, staff, and key stakeholders/partners to develop and implement a mission-driven strategic plan.
  • Implement and track annual priorities, utilizing a metrics dashboard, and task list for strategic plan areas.
  • Utilize data-driven analysis in evaluating all operational and strategic operations.
  • Serve as liaison between board and staff, strategic partners, and funders. Present program reports, materials, and resources to the Board of Directors as needed and during scheduled meetings.
  • Ensure transparency of communication with board and staff.
  • Oversee capacity building in accordance with strategic goals and priorities
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with all donors and foundation and institutional funders. Review and finalize fund development initiatives, grant applications, fundraising events, and annual appeals.
  • Develop a long-term revenue plan that includes planned giving and other strategies to create sustained funding.
  • Lead budget review process in collaboration with board finance committee.
  • Oversee annual audit/financial statements and filing of 990 and BCO-10 in consultation with independent auditor.

Personnel Management

  • Review and refine recruitment of staff, including hiring, onboarding and performance review and evaluation. Ensure hiring, retention and training of staff are aligned with organizational values and goals.
  • Develop and maintain personnel policies and procedures, including benefits and compensation
  • Conduct performance reviews for direct reports.
  • Identify and secure opportunities for professional development and team building.
  • Lead and support an environment to examine, engage, and push forward Food Moxie’s commitment to race equity, advance food, and social justice, and build an organizational culture of collaboration, innovation, and joy.

Program Management

  • Ensure Food Moxie has a visible and respected presence in the community. Develop a comprehensive communications plan that keeps all stakeholders engaged.
  • Ensure Food Moxie continually applies for all USDA and other federal grants as appropriate and the successful management and compliance of those grants once they are awarded.
  • Serve as media spokesperson, including soliciting press coverage and securing public speaking engagements to raise awareness of Food Moxie.
  • Oversee relationships with major vendors, including insurance agencies, auditors, employee benefits providers (including Weavers Way Co-op), and city/state/federal agencies for licensing.
  • Ensure that legal and regulatory requirements are met; consult with legal counsel as needed.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field (years of relevant experience may be substituted for Degree).
  • Minimum 5 years of relevant non-profit leadership experience with an emphasis on organizational and resource development.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience with program development and management, grant writing and reporting.
  • Demonstrated passion and engagement in food education, gardening, farming programs and initiatives, preferred.
  • Ability to manage time efficiently – with great attention to details/deadlines – while working on several projects simultaneously.
  • Strong communicator who has effective relationship management skills and is an inspiring and credible external spokesperson.
  • Exceptional writing, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. High level of attention to detail.
  • Ability to motivate and develop staff and volunteers;
  • Ability to develop partnerships with service and program-related organizations;
  • Ability to work independently, think creatively, solve problems collaboratively, and make decisions in accordance with established policies;
  • Ability to budget time and delegate tasks according to the needs of the organization;
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically and understanding of strategic development;
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and interpret financial reports and conduct budgetary planning.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google products

Salary Range: $75,000-$85,000

About Us

From seed to supper, Food Moxie educates and inspires people to grow, prepare, and eat healthy food. Food Moxie envisions a world where all people have access to the skills and resources to grow, cook, and enjoy healthy food. We build healthy communities by connecting people to the earth and their food, as well as to themselves and one another. We partner with schools and community organizations to activate educational growing spaces that offer experiential learning in gardening, farming, nutrition, and culinary arts. We encourage our partners to engage with our growing spaces in ways that meet their individualized needs. We also provide the tools and resources necessary to inspire our communities to grow and cook at home.

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Food Moxie was founded in 2007 as Weavers Way Community Programs, the nonprofit affiliate of Weavers Way Cooperative. This is a full time, exempt position with occasional evening and weekend hours. Salary is commensurate with experience. Food Moxie offers a competitive benefits package including medical/dental/life/disability insurance; 401k plan with match; 15% discount at Weavers Way Co-op; generous paid time off. All Food Moxie employees must pass PA Child Abuse and Criminal Record Check and FBI Criminal Background Check. FOOD MOXIE values and promotes a culture of inclusion, seeking staff from diverse backgrounds. FOOD MOXIE is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome and encourage all qualified candidates to apply. To apply, send resume and cover letter to using the subject line: Food Moxie Executive Director. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. No phone calls please.

General Manager: Indego Bike Share System Bicycle Transit Systems

Bike Transit Systems, a Philadelphia-based woman-owned business, is the contracted concessionaire that manages and operates Indego, Philadelphia’s bike share system. Indego is one of the country’s most equitable and successful bike share programs and is run in close coordination with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability (OTIS).   Independence Blue Cross is the title sponsor for Indego. Since launch in 2015, there have been nearly 5 million trips and the system has grown to more than 160 stations and 1600 bikes (electric and classic). In the coming years, Indego is set to more than double in size.  

The General Manager is the leader of Indego and the key axis between the City, Independence Blue Cross, the equipment supplier (BCycle), the Bike Transit Central team and local staff of over 40 people. We are seeking a leader who will lead a dynamic and passionate team to successfully achieve ridership, equity and financial system goals while growing the Indego system. The General Manger will support Bicycle Transit’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice (DEIJ). The General Manager reports to the CEO and is responsible for managing and developing team members and formulating and executing Indego bike share strategies. This role requires a thoughtful leader and confident decision maker with ability to measure and monitor performance. 

The General Manager will oversee all aspects of Philadelphia’s Indego Bike Share system. Core responsibilities include the following, but are not limited to: 

  • Lead the development of goals and strategy for Indego as part of overall Bike Transit operations to ensure the overall success of the Indego system. 
    • Develop and support effective working relationships between local Bike Transit staff and City of Philadelphia staff engaged with Indego. 
    • Lead the development of local system goals and strategy in collaboration with local staff, Bike Transit Central team, the City, Sponsor and other key stakeholders. 
    • Participate in the development and implementation of equitable bike share initiatives in partnership with oTIS, Bike Transit’s Chief Equity and Strategy Officer and other key stakeholders.  
    • Regularly review pricing and customer service policies; recommend modifications and coordinate implementation with management team.
  • Manage Indego Department heads 
    • Oversee Operating, Infrastructure, Engagement and Marketing managers to align departmental strategies and activities with system goals and service benchmarks.  
    • Set clear expectations for outcomes and productivity, and successfully lead the team to deliver on them. 
    • Build the culture of the Indego team in alignment with Bike Transit’s mission, vision and values. 
    • Support the scalable growth of the company by developing and enabling the success of each member of the Indego team. 
    • Inform and support human resource modeling, planning, and training.  
  • Assure financial performance of the Indego system. 
    • Develop and manage local budget; collaborate with finance team on financial forecasting, including operating expenses and revenues. 
    • Analyze financial performance to identify areas for improvement; develop plans in collaboration with key stakeholders and implement.  
  • Oversee local operation of Indego to align with key goals and strategy for Bike Transit 
    • Lead collaboration, communication and alignment of local system initiatives with Bike Transit Central strategy; ensure Bike Transit mission, vision, values and company goals are embraced at the local level. 
    • Participate in company committees (i.e. safety and DEIJ) and/or committee-hosted events. 
    • Ensure ongoing oversight and management of city assets, contractual obligations, company policies including strict adherence to safety policies and procedures. 
    • Implement, improve, and share organizational best practices. 
  • Ensure Indego expansion and operation commitments are attained 
    • Oversee system expansions both within Philadelphia and potentially to additional jurisdictions. 
    • Review and implement annual expansion plan in coordination with Infrastructure, Engagement managers and City staff. 
    • Manage supply chain relationships to assure supplier transparency and accountability on service, product performance and cost  
  • Oversee and manage critical relationships for the Indego program; support relationships with program sponsor, elected officials, other core partners 

Core Competencies: 

  • Leadership Skills: Inspire and motivate employees to successfully achieve operational goals; provide a stable, positive environment that challenges and develops employee potential; remove obstacles that interfere with team goals; earns respect of team and clients alike. 
  • Emotional Intelligence: Self-aware, easily establishes trust and integrity with clients and staff; leads with empathy while holding team members accountable. 
  • Communication Skills: Collaborate and communicate effectively; requires listening, strategic context, win-win negotiating, situational leadership; great written, verbal and presentation skills. 
  • Delegation and Project Management: Clearly outline project goals and deliverables, delegate, manage project milestones and hold staff accountable; strong problem-solving aptitude. Ability to identify priorities and focus on critical tasks. 
  • Resource Management: Work collaboratively with the team to find creative ways to accomplish goals in the face of resource constraints; develop and manage realistic operating budgets that accomplish program objectives. 
  • Continuous Improvement: Proficient in company best practices in each function; looks for ways to improve efficiency and performance; analyzes data to make fact-based decisions; incorporates feedback from various stakeholders to improve processes. 
  • Problem Solving: Ability to identify, analyze and understand root causes of issues to innovatively develop and implement measurable solutions. 
  • Adaptability: Enthusiastically adapt to changes in the work environment; manage competing demands; maintain team focus and optimism when dealing with frequent change, delays or unexpected events. 

Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:  

  • College degree in business administration, transportation or related field required. Advanced degree a plus. 
  • 8+ years of demonstrated success in leading large teams, developing and retaining key employees 
  • Prior experience championing and participating in diversity, equity, inclusion and justice principles and practices.  
  • Prior experience managing a budget including P&L responsibility. 
  • Strong computer aptitude: high proficiency in Microsoft 365 applications and prior project management software utilization. 
  • Must have demonstrated leadership experience and history of successfully developing and retaining key employees. 
  • Experience working with government, businesses, and non-profits strongly preferred. 
  • Passion for bikes or sustainability a plus. 

Physical Requirements and Special Demands: 

  • Job may require hours that exceed 8 hours per day and/or 40 hours per week 
  • Must be able to perform field visits and travel to client/vendor meetings 
  • This role requires an on-site presence in the office to address ad-hoc, in-person requests and personnel matters. Working a shift from home can be accommodated on occasion, depending on department and system needs. *COVID-19 protocols may supplant this requirement 
  • This job operates in a professional office located in a warehouse environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers and digital screens 
  • Must be able to lift up to 20lbs. 
  • This role requires the ability to speak clearly so listeners can understand, understand the speech of another person, see details of objects that are less than a few feet away, stand or sit for several hours straight at a time, and bend or stoop as necessary. 
  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

A few of the benefits we offer:

  • Competitive compensation package
  • Affordable medical and dental insurance options
  • Voluntary vision insurance
  • 401k with up to 4% employer match
  • 15 days PTO + 10 company holidays per year
  • Paid parental leave
  • Free bike share memberships


We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/D 

About Us

Bicycle Transit Systems has paved the way for bike share in the United States, as our leaders have launched bike share systems in almost every major American city. We currently have over 100 employees, operating three major systems: Los Angeles’ Metro Bike Share, Philadelphia’s Indego and Las Vegas’ RTC Bike Share. 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, our dedicated staff maintain bicycles to be safe and smooth, service customers and get more people riding bikes. Our hallmarks are innovation, equity and operational excellence. Bike Transit launched the first member-incentivized rebalancing program, the first cash payment system, the first and deepest transit integration. Our Philadelphia system has developed industry leading equity efforts. And all of our systems have the same mark of safe, clean bikes and stations, maintained with the utmost care and professionalism. We imagine a world where there are more bikes on streets than cars and a bike share program in every city. It takes hard working, passionate, sometimes quirky and mission driven people to make this happen, and we are lucky to have people like this managing, promoting and operating our programs.


Development Manager: Association for Public Art


The full-time (currently hybrid remote & office) Development Manager will be an integral part of aPA’s team and report to the Executive Director & Chief Curator. We are a small, dedicated and dynamic team, seeking a proficient, highly motivated, astute, and organized professional to “hit the ground running” and represent aPA with enthusiasm and confidence.


  • Manage, strengthen, and build all fundraising activities (individual, foundation, government, corporate) including membership solicitations and contributions
  • Work collaboratively with aPA staff and Board Development Committee
  • Foster donor cultivation, relationships and prospect research
  • Track and acknowledge grants and gifts, maintain database, and create analytical reports
  • Facilitate Board participation, reports and major gift contributions
  • Oversee development related special events, including communications and printed materials


  • Two+ years proven non-profit fundraising experience
  • Master’s degree preferred, or Bachelor’s degree with comparable development experience
  • Prospect research and grant management experience
  • Superior record keeping, organization, and writing skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal and team member skills
  • Ability to engage with corporate, government, and foundation leaders
  • Experience with individual and corporate donor cultivation
  • Familiarity with non-profit budgets and reporting
  • Mac computer expertise and software knowledge
  • Experience with InDesign, Photoshop, Filemaker, and Mailchimp a plus
  • Ability to work flexible schedule and in-person, including occasional weekend and evening hours

Compensation and Benefits

  • Salary commensurate with experience $55,000 – $65,000
  • Excellent paid benefits package, including health, dental, and disability

About Us

About aPA

 The Association for Public Art (aPA), founded in 1872 as the nation’s first private, non-profit public art organization, seeks an experienced fundraising professional to oversee a vigorous development and membership program and related activities.

The aPA’s award-winning and innovative programs carry out our mission to commission and acquire, preserve and protect, interpret and promote public art in Philadelphia. The aPA is dedicated to creating a Museum Without Walls that informs, engages, and inspires diverse audiences, while advancing opportunities for artists to contribute to the city’s places and spaces. The aPA is committed to building a more diverse and representative public art collection in Philadelphia, and advancing equity, diversity and inclusiveness in our work. In 2022 the aPA will celebrate its 150th year as a leader in the field of public art.

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To apply, put DEVELOPMENT MANAGER in the Subject line and submit the following via email attachment to • Cover letter • Resume • Brief writing sample • Names & contact information for 3 references

Impact Manager: Starfinder Foundation

What We Need

The Impact Manager will help to support the organization and leadership team in meeting organizational strategic, financial, and programmatic impact goals. This role will help to optimize organizational capacity through utilizing data monitoring, evaluation, and analysis and to inform program design and planning and to tell the story of Starfinder Foundation to an external audience of donors, volunteers and the community as a whole.

The Impact Manager will report to the Executive Director and will be the organization’s key collaborator in assessing organizational effectiveness. They will develop systems, processes, and efficiencies to aid in achievement of goals, and serve as a cross-departmental liaison for operations, development/fundraising, program execution and administration, and marketing and communications. This integral role will implement the systems and tools that will identify and capture the depth and breadth of organizational impact.

What They’ll Do

  • Develop, implement, and monitor Starfinder key performance indicators and evaluation plan addressing logic models, strategic and program evaluation questions, data collection methods, analysis and reporting to support
  • Assist in developing tools and processes that allow for both qualitative and quantitative data collection in program delivery, marketing campaigns and fundraising initiatives
  • Analyze, synthesize, and produce key insights that can easily inform multiple audiences via narrative or visual story telling
  • Collaborate with organizational leadership team to identify insights, strengthen evidence to inspire fundraising and community support, and cultivate relationships with other key program delivery stakeholders
  • Engage program delivery team to assist in envisioning and embedding creative methods for impact measurement and optimizing outcomes for program implementation
  • Participate in annual and seasonal program planning to ensure short and long term program plans align with organizational mission, vision and goals
  • Assist in facilitation of the effective use of funding through budget monitoring and management
  • Participate in advising the organization’s strategic direction

Organizational Learning and Advancement

  • Build an organization wide data management approach to ensure relevant data is accessible to all staff
  • Develop operational processes that support the seamless exchange of data and information across departments to promote collaboration and knowledge sharing
  • Partner with development team to ensure that accurate and reliable data is integrated into grant proposals, marketing and other externally facing communications

Evaluation and Measurement

  • Partner with program team to provide strategic guidance and technical assistance to support data collection and evaluation
  • Oversee and manage the systems and processes for collecting, storing, and organizing key data
  • Support internal staff in their ability to understand, make meaning of and utilize data to deliver on strategic priorities
  • Visualize data and plans through dashboards, summaries, reports, infographics, and presentations


This could be a great fit if you have:

  • Passion for Starfinder’s mission and the belief that all youth, regardless of background deserve equitable opportunity
  • Experience in fields such as, education, social science, program evaluation or data analysis
  • Demonstrated experience in gathering, organizing, and analyzing large amounts of data to support improvement efforts
  • Advanced skills utilizing various software and web-based tools for data collection, management or reporting (e.g., MS Excel, Hello Insight, Canva, etc.)
  • Proficiency in standard office software and communications tools; with a “systems” approach to administrative work and project management.
  • A knack for being detail-oriented, process-oriented, and extremely conscientious about follow-through
  • Previous experience in program evaluation and/or data analysis
  • Grounding in positive youth development and/or social change theories
  • A highly self-driven attitude, capable of working alone and a still, a successful team player
  • Ability to thrive in a collaborative professional environment
  • Experience working with diverse constituencies
  • Demonstrated experience providing technical assistance and support to a team

Other Requirements

  • Must be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends to support program delivery efforts, and organization wide events and meetings
  • Must satisfactorily complete necessary background checks to work in a youth serving organization
  • Must provide proof of vaccination for Covid-19, or acceptable religious or medical exemption



Salary is commensurate with experience

Position includes medical and dental benefits, holidays, paid time-off, and 403(b) participation

About Us

Who We Are

Starfinder Foundation is an organization that uses soccer to inspire social change and transform the lives of youth in underserved communities, one kid at a time. Our vision is a Philadelphia region where the playing field is level, and all kids are thriving. We are guided by the following principles:

  • All kids deserve to learn grow and thrive
  • A strong community is our greatest asset
  • Young people have a great deal to contribute
  • Soccer is a powerful vehicle for youth development
  • Play makes life better

Why We Do It

At Starfinder Foundation (Starfinder), we are actively refuting the idea that Philadelphia’s underserved youth need to stay underserved. We refute the idea that only the kids with the most resources can be successful or that graduation and college is attainable to some, but not to all.

This is why we do not just help kids on the soccer field; we help them develop off the field, too. We provide educational resources, emotional support and leadership training. We cultivate a supportive, tight-knit community that pushes each of our kids forward.

Starfinder is an award winning, internationally recognized nonprofit organization that promotes positive youth development for elementary, middle, and high school youth, through high-quality youth sports programming. We use soccer as a framework to provide the opportunity and support youth need to be healthy contributors to their communities. We offer young people an experience through which they can excel in athletics, while practicing life and leadership skills in a safe, fun, supportive, and challenging environment.

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Director of Institutional Giving: Rock to the Future


Rock to the Future provides student-driven music programs in a safe and supportive environment at no cost for Philadelphia youth. Through music, our students build life skills to unlock their fullest potential to support current and lifelong well-being.

This is a full-time, exempt role and is responsible for leading and achieving institutional giving fundraising goals at Rock to the Future. This position is primarily remote for administrative duties with occasional in-person attendance at events, team building opportunities, fundraising events, donor meetings, site visits, and as requested. Evenings and weekends may be required in-person for events and virtually for Board and committee meetings. Compensation starts at $55,000+ with medical, dental, vision benefits, paid time off, and paid holidays.

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to No calls please. We will follow up with qualified candidates the first week of November.


  • Primary point of contact internally and externally for all foundation, corporate, and government giving
  • Manage and implement fundraising strategy for institutional giving (foundation, corporate, and government) to achieve organization fundraising goals
  • Manage a robust portfolio of of institutional giving funders at various stages of the fundraising cycle from identification through solicitation and stewardship
  • Manage and improve grants calendar
  • Improve grant narrative and accompanying materials and submit applications in alignment with the grants calendar
  • Develop and implement moves management strategies
  • Improve and implement corporate sponsorship strategies
  • Work with the Board of Directors, Resource Development Committee, and other organization stakeholders to map relationships and identify growth opportunities
  • Provide compliance requirements for grants to the appropriate program and operations team members and ensure compliance completion
  • Create and maintain systems that promote good working relationships with program staff to ensure clear and timely communication for grant proposal development and/or reporting requirements.
  • Maintain grant awards, grant agreements, reporting and compliance requirements, database records, files, and resource materials pertinent to institutional giving with Bloomerang and Google Suite
  • Provide communication to institutional funders demonstrating organization impact and success
  • Submit Institutional Giving expense budget needs each fiscal year
  • Other duties as assigned related to institutional giving

Skills / Experience Required

  • COVID 19 Vaccine required
  • 3+ years in institutional giving, corporate giving, government grants, and/or foundation giving
  • Resident of Philadelphia with strong connections to the communities we work in (North, Northwest, West, and Southwest Philadelphia)
  • Knowledge of fundraising and grant trends
  • Experience with a fundraising CRM
  • Strong technology skills
  • Strong writing and storytelling skills
  • Strong networking and engagement skills
  • Strong multi-tasking, task and time management, and project management skills
  • Upbeat, creative personality
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Full commitment to and passion for social justice, racial justice, and equity
  • Dedication to the pursuit of continuous learning

About Us

Rock to the Future provides student-driven music programs in a safe and supportive environment at no cost for Philadelphia youth. We prepare the next generation for every stage.

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Senior Business Partnership Specialist: Philadelphia Youth Network, Inc

About the Partnerships for Employment Pathways Department:The Partnerships for Employment Pathways department collaborates with partners locally, regionally and nationally to support career-connected education and employment pathway opportunities for youth and young adults. We do this by engaging the regional business community to understand their current and future talent needs and connect them to initiatives, programs and opportunities that develop a true talent pipeline of Philadelphia residents. In addition, we strive to achieve excellence in worksite quality across PYN initiatives and use innovative approaches in the direct management of youth workforce opportunities.

Key areas of focus include:

  • Partnering with key stakeholders to launch, coordinate and manage citywide campaigns targeted towards engaging the business community
  • Cultivating relationships with the employer community to support career-connected education opportunities
  • Leading worksite quality efforts across PYN initiatives
  • Supporting city-wide partners and projects to promote high-quality employment pathway opportunities for our city’s youth and young adults

General Description:

The Senior Business Partnership Specialist (SBPS) position requires an energetic and innovative individual who will connect employers to talent by building and maintaining relationships within the regional business community, understanding their current and future workforce needs and connect them to the larger youth workforce system. The SBPS will work closely with the Director, Partnerships for Employment Pathways, other members of the department and organization, and key external stakeholders to increase investments by the business community in city-wide career development programs. Travel occurs throughout the City of Philadelphia and the surrounding counties to via walking, public transit and on occasion personal vehicle.  This will constitute 50% of the position with more frequent travel occurs during pre-summer and summer season.  Another 30% will be dedicated to attending meetings and networking events in the evening.

The SBPS’S responsibilities span the following general areas:

  • Business Engagement
  • Account management
  • Worksite Education and Resources
  • Workforce trends and data
Essential Functions:Business Engagement:

  • Expand engagement of the regional business community, build relationships and understand their current and future talent needs
  • Connect businesses with identified talent needs to career pathway training programs that meet those needs
  • Support the launch of citywide campaigns that increase business investment and participation in career pathway training programs
  • Coordinate business recruitment strategies with external partners including the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, City of Philadelphia and other workforce development organizations
  • Represent PYN at meetings, forums and events with the business community and other stakeholders
  • Identify, cultivate and solicit year-round stewardship with corporate and individual sponsors and partners to meet revenue goals

Account Management

·       Manage relationships with employers in the implementation of year-round and summer programs

 Worksite Education and Resources

  • Disseminate tools and resources to employers that build their capacity to run high-quality programs (i.e., toolkits, orientations and training videos)

 Workforce trends and data

·       Collect workforce related data from a variety of resources including Philadelphia Works and the Economy League of Philadelphia

·       Share workforce data with the provider network to support their business recruitment strategies and keep abreast of trends as they design their career pathway programs

·       Delivers briefs and presentations to internal and external stakeholders that include workforce and industry trends


Education, Experience & Skills Required: 

•               Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or related field required

•               3-5 years’ experience in employer engagement and relationship management required

•               Experience with talent development, marketing/sales, and supporting enterprise-wide talent programs.

•               Experience conducting market research, analysis, and identification of target markets.  Knowledge of industry career options, trends and opportunities.

•               Demonstrated experience building and maintaining effective working relationships with stakeholders and partners; knowledge of donor cultivation and solicitation principles and processes required

•               Ability to effectively articulate and pitch programs and services a plus

•               Experience in assessing the needs of an employer and making an effective match

•               Employment program experience in a similar role will be considered an asset.

•               Demonstrated success collaborating with businesses in addressing their various talent needs.

•               Excellent customer service.

•               Ability to employ flexibility and creativity in the face of ambiguity and challenges.

•               Strong leadership skills, self-direction and the ability to take ownership and drive responsibilities through to completion while balancing the needs of all stakeholders.

•               Ability to design and implement systems necessary to gather, maintain and analyze statistical data and generate reports.

•               Proficiency in Microsoft Office as well ability to integrate a wide range of technology and data management into daily work.

•               Excellent oral and written communication skills, including visual presentation of information and high-level command of grammar, spelling and word usage.

•               Strong organizational, analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

•               Successful completion of background checks (PA State Criminal, PA Department of Public Welfare Child Abuse, U.S. Department of Justice National Sex Offender Registry, and F.B.I. fingerprinting.


Philadelphia Youth Network offers a comprehensive employee health & wellness benefits program and a competitive salary range based on past experience, job knowledge, and demonstrated skills and abilities. 

PYN alleviates poverty by preparing young people to succeed in tomorrow’s workforce. PYN coordinates partners that connect young people to education and employment experiences, equipping them with the skills employers need. As a result, PYN creates a system of services that help young people become successful, creating a diverse local talent pipeline. Learn more at

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Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume with salary requirements to and please indicate Senior BPS in the subject line.