Vice President of Operations & Finance and Director of External Relations
The Main Line Chamber of Commerce Manager of Events and Communications will be an active part of the Chamber team with key responsibilities for logistical planning and execution of the Chamber’s signature and networking events, and for the Chamber’s communications and marketing efforts, media relations and contacts. This is an exciting role that will directly impact the Chamber’s ability to effectively serve its members and make an impact in our communities.
- Bachelor’s Degree in communications, marketing, journalism or related major
- Minimum of four years’ experience in public relations, communications or related field
- Exceptional oral and written communication skills. Writing samples may be required.
- Strong social media content creation and technical ability
- Strong teamwork, networking and interpersonal skills
- Additional desirable skills include some or all of the following: video conferencing setup and administration, website administration, event management, design and video production
- Candidates with relevant association or non-profit experience may have an advantage
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy seeks a Programs and Communications Manager to lead our outreach efforts. The Conservancy is a member-supported nonprofit land trust, historic preservation advocate, and research archive dedicated to sustaining the green historic character and natural resources of Philadelphia’s Chestnut Hill and surrounding communities in Philadelphia and Montgomery County. The Programs and Communications Manager will handle the organization’s communications, website, and help to create engaging public programs to illuminate the area’s architecture, open space, and history.
Programs include in-person and virtual lectures, tours, exhibits, etc., organized with an active Program Committee. These are often presented in collaboration with partner organizations, and always with the goal of encouraging beneficial community growth through appreciation and knowledge of the elements that define this beautiful area.
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy seeks a Business and Office Manager to oversee the organization’s general administrative functions and activities, including financial and business management, staff support, and office administration. The Conservancy is a member-supported nonprofit land trust, historic preservation advocate, and research archive dedicated to sustaining the green historic character and natural resources of Philadelphia’s Chestnut Hill and surrounding communities in Philadelphia and Montgomery County. This role will strike a balance between dependably implemented organizational systems, and a creative and supportive office atmosphere. It relies on strong skills related to accounting, project and data management, human resources, building maintenance, creative problem solving, and positive team-building.
Supervised By: Director of Nonprofit Services
Annual Salary: $65,000
FTE: 1.0 FTE
The Associate Director of the Center for Nonprofit Excellence is responsible for building strong and productive partnerships with nonprofits and providers serving Delaware County to provide opportunities that strengthen individual nonprofits and the nonprofit sector. The Associate Director is also responsible for identifying and building relationships with nonprofit technical assistance and educational resources that can inform, educate, and assist nonprofit organizations.
This position must use a supportive and collaborative approach in our work with nonprofits and community partners in Delaware County to build relationships and cultivate an environment of learning.
REPORTS TO: Vice President for Advancement & Philanthropic Services STARTING SALARY: $80,000 – $85,000
Reporting to the VP for Advancement and Philanthropic Services, the Director of Foundation, Corporate, and Government Relations is responsible for managing and building the foundation’s portfolio of institutional funders and works in close coordination and communication with the Chief Impact Officer, Vice President of Programs, and program staff to develop and secure all foundation, corporate and government grants associated with the Foundation’s in-house community health programs. Other primary responsibilities include maternal health research in anticipation of future fundraising, working with staff to establish relationships with potential funders, tracking implementation of awarded grants, and maintaining knowledge of federal grant award requirements and agency grants management requirements and policies.
Who We Are
C.B. Community Schools, Philadelphia, (C.B.C.S.), is a vibrant, innovative high school, serving a unique group of students who are involved with, or have been involved with, The Department of Human Services and/or Philadelphia’s Juvenile Justice System. Our high school students are youth who are under credited, have attended multiple schools, and at high risk of dropping out. Located in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia, we are an independent school that serves students through an individualized, competency-based academic program and holistic environment. C.B. Community Schools uses a School-Wide Positive Behavior Intervention and restorative practice model, based in a peace and justice framework.
Working with talented faculty in a culture that blends strong academics and social-emotional learning, students are engaged and inspired to earn a High School Diploma. through a curriculum that inspires critical thinking, independent learning, self-advocacy and develops curious contributors to society
C. B. Community Schools is reviewing applications for its next dynamic Director of Development to oversee its development program, particularly the major gifts and campaign efforts, to increase philanthropic support.
Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Development will be responsible for implementing C. B. Community School’s donor relations and major gift fundraising activities. The Director of Development will dedicate the majority of his/her/their time to major gift identification, outreach, and solicitation. The selected candidate will be an externally-focused development professional with a passion for the mission of C. B.Community Schools.
Our Director of Communications and Development:
The Director of Development and Communications will be a development professional of exceptional skill, impeccable ethics, and proven experience. The selected candidate must be an energetic professional with a track record of building donor relationships and closing gifts.
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week) Exempt
Reports to: Executive Director
Salary range: $40,000-$45,000, commensurate with experience
Established in 1980, Mt. Airy CDC is a nationally-recognized nonprofit organization in Northwest Philadelphia that works to preserve, empower, and advance a diverse and vibrant Mt. Airy neighborhood. The organization fulfills its mission through four core program areas: housing counseling, business services, community programs (including schools, literacy, and public events), and real estate development.
The Communications Manager will play an important role in promoting Mt. Airy CDC’s multifaceted community programs and will support marketing initiatives that promote both the organization’s programs and the neighborhood at large.
A successful candidate will be an excellent writer and editor with the ability to deliver complex content in a clear, concise, and persuasive manner; have outstanding organizational skills including attention to detail, the ability to plan ahead, and the ability to prioritize tasks effectively; and possess the ability to think and execute strategically and creatively with visual and written content.
About College Possible
As one of the largest and most successful college access and success programs in the country, since 2000 College Possible has helped put more than 59,000 students from disinvested communities on the path to economic mobility via completion of a college degree. Its proven near-peer coaching model, delivered by recent college graduates serving as AmeriCorps members, provides high-touch interventions proven to help students navigate and overcome the most common barriers to college access, retention and degree completion. Nationwide, College Possible students are three times more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree within six years than their peers from similar backgrounds.
College Possible is a growing nonprofit coaching students from low-income backgrounds to and through college to break the cycle of poverty and empower the next generation of leaders. Our model has earned national recognition: the inaugural Evergreen National Education Award recognized our leadership in increasing access to and success in college for students from low-income backgrounds. It also earns top of-field results: a Harvard study found that the program more than doubles a student’s chance of enrolling in a four-year college, and our students are four times more likely to become college graduates than their low-income peers. College Possible has a budget of $33 million, more than 128 full-time employees and more than 321 AmeriCorps and VISTA service members. During the 2021-22 schoolyear, we will reach an estimated 21,245 students in all 50 states, with the support of 169 partner high schools and 107 partner colleges.
College Possible is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, and seeks to build a diverse workforce to create impact in partnership with the communities we serve. We welcome a diverse pool of qualified applicants. For each of its positions, College Possible is mindful about what best serves our students, and seeks to hire staff with relevant experience, skills and aptitude, and a commitment to the power of education. To learn more read our Diversity and Inclusion Plan.
Position summary This is an excellent opportunity for an energetic, motivated, self-starting individual looking to start a career in fundraising by joining our organization during a time of exciting growth. As development coordinator, you will provide administrative support to the Breastcancer.org development team in achieving our annual fundraising goals. This position reports to the director of development.
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Director of Development Job Description
The Fund for Women and Girls leads and unites the community through philanthropy and advocacy to ensure that women and girls have opportunities and resources to thrive in Chester County, PA. Since 1996, we have supported women and girls through fundraising, grantmaking, and educational opportunities. Since our inception, we have awarded more than $4 million in grants to 86 nonprofit organizations addressing critical needs.
To contribute to the mission, the Director of Development plans and executes the implementation of a strategic and comprehensive approach to fundraising, which includes but is not limited to: major and individual gifts, corporate contributions, grant writing and events. Working with all constituencies within The Fund, including staff, board, volunteers and donors, this position works closely with the Executive Director and Development Committee Chair to increase the organization’s financial and organizational growth. Respect, knowledge, and passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion are also important, as we are an organization that champions these initiatives and embeds DEI into our everyday practices.
This is a full-time flexible position requiring a regular presence throughout Chester County. This staff member will be in our West Chester office a minimum of two days each week, attending in-person stakeholder meetings, events, and activities throughout Chester County as needed, and participating in occasional evening and weekend hours for advance-scheduled special events and board meetings.