Director of Development: Live Connections (World Cafe Live)

World Cafe Live is a nonprofit organization founded on the principles of welcoming and inclusion.  Our mission is to open doors to shared music and culinary experiences that create connections, inspire learning and celebrate who we all are. We are a place for music. We are a place for learning. We are a place for community.

Since opening in 2004, we have been a vibrant hub for independent live music in Philadelphia.  We invite over 150,000 people through our doors every year, supporting emerging and established artists, offering free educational programs, and welcoming audiences of all ages and abilities. In addition to presenting over 500 shows each year, World Cafe Live offers great food and beverages daily and caters over two hundred special events annually. Since our founding, our education and community programs have reached more than 50,000 participants. Programs include interactive performances at World Cafe Live and in-depth residencies for Philadelphia public school students and individuals with disabilities.

Shifting from recovery to resilience, we re-opened last fall with a renewed focus on civic engagement, accessibility, and what it means to define a positive WCL experience for all employees, artists, and guests. We look forward to you joining our team.


We seek a proactive, dynamic and strategic fundraising professional to join our leadership team as Director of Development.   Reporting to the CEO, this role is responsible for World Cafe Live’s contributed revenue portfolio, an exciting opportunity for an emerging or experienced professional with proven fundraising capabilities and innate partnership-building skills.

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Director, Regional Marketing: The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia

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The Chamber brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.

Primary Position Purpose

We are currently seeking a Director of Regional Marketing who is responsible for developing and executing the marketing strategy and tactics to attract and expand companies, capital, and talent in the Greater Philadelphia region. This newly created role reports to the Vice President of Economic Competitiveness.

This body of work includes:

  • Business attraction and expansion marketing campaigns promoting the Greater Philadelphia region’s assets to targeted decision-makers and influencers in domestic and international markets.
  • Talent attraction and retention marketing campaigns targeting specific talent profiles needed to fill critical jobs required for industries both in-demand and poised for growth.
  • Other regional branding, public relations, and marketing tactics to improve perception of Greater Philadelphia as a world-class region for companies and talent.

The Director will leverage the newly relaunched Select Greater Philadelphia website and expand upon these assets to drive measurable outcomes including increased company leads and prospects and talent attraction and retention activity.

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Development Communications Specialist: The Mann Center for the Performing Arts

The Development Communications Specialist is a full-time, exempt position reporting to the Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement; an important role in the Development Team, which partners with key internal and external stakeholders. This is an exciting opportunity to represent the Mann at in-person events on the Mann’s campus, as well as remotely, by assisting donors, members, and supporters of the organization.

Primary Responsibilities:

    • Coordinates with the Membership Fulfillment Coordinator to ensure the Mann’s members and individual giving donors receive benefits, parking passes, and all seasonal benefits.
    • Provides timely responses to donor requests for information received by mail, phone, and email.
    • Assists in preparation and writing of mailings and other communications with donors.
    • Supports the Senior Director of Major Gifts and the Membership Fulfillment Coordinator with the writing and creation and timely production/distribution of compelling print and electronic membership materials, including solicitations, renewals, brochures, annual appeals, website, e-blasts, and other materials as needed.
    • Sends pre-show emails to all donor/member ticket holders regarding parking information, gate opening times, food options and all show-specific membership benefits/amenities.
    • Supports the Senior Director of Major Gifts and the Membership Fulfillment Coordinator with the fulfilment of all annual fund donor benefits including concierge ticketing.
    • Creates Customer Service issue records for all donor-related compliments, complaints or out-of-the-ordinary situations or comments.
    • Coordinates with the Senior Director of Major Gifts and consults with the Membership Fulfillment Coordinator regarding the creation of renewal letters and year-end appeal materials to be sent to donors.
    • Assists the Director of Foundation and Government Relations in the preparation of materials for grant submissions.
    • Assists Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement with the creation of materials in celebration of the Mann’s 50th Anniversary and bi-annual development newsletter.
    • Participates in other duties/tasks as requested.

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Vice President, Finance & Administration: Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance

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The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance was founded in 1972 and is one of the nation’s best known and most effective arts service organizations. We operate in five counties surrounding Philadelphia, and also serve southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware as part of our metropolitan region. We have over 450 nonprofit and for-profit members, but the Alliance serves the entire cultural sector – over 1,500 performing arts, visual arts, history, science, horticulture, arts education, community art centers and other cultural organizations.

We are currently searching for a Vice President, Finance & Administration to join our team.

Position Summary

The Vice President of Finance and Administration position reports directly to the President and functions as part of the Senior Leadership Team of the Alliance, working closely with Programming and Strategic Development leadership to achieve the Cultural Alliance’s strategic goals and to sustain our work. It is a highly visible leadership role in the arts and culture sector of Greater Philadelphia, acting as an ambassador, connector and resource. The key challenge of this position is to develop and implement the Cultural Alliance’s financial management strategy and overseeing the organization’s administration.

The VP, Finance & Administration will be responsible for the development of the Cultural Alliance’s financial management strategy to support attainment of its key strategic goals and long-term. In addition, this position will be responsible for the development and implement of sophisticated policies and procedures for both the finance and administrative/operational areas of the company. The VP, Finance & Administration will oversee the staff of the Finance Department and will indirectly supervisor the Administrative Assistant.

Primary Role & Responsibilities

    • Provide high-level oversight and day-to-day management of non-profit organization’s finances, budgeting and financial operations
    • Advise the President & CEO, board leadership and other key members of the Cultural Alliance on financial planning budgeting, cash flow, and policy matters
    • Serve as the management liaison to the board and the Finance & Audit committee; effectively communicate and present critical financial matters at regular board and committee meetings
    • Contribute to the development of the Cultural Alliance’s strategic goals and objectives
    • Ensure that the Alliance is adhering to the strategic plan, delivering status reports to the board
    • Upgrade and implement an appropriate system of policies, internal controls, accounting standards, and procedures
    • Plan, coordinate, and execute the Alliance’s annual budget process
    • Provide analytical support to the Cultural Alliance’s internal management team
    • Create and manage the annual Finance Department budget to effectively meet departmental goals and key metrics
    • Manage and oversee metrics, capitalizing on data and insights to drive decision-making including development of internal management reporting capabilities
    • Improve administrative and operational accounting services such as 403-B plan, grants payment processing, payroll, accounts payable, and purchasing
    • Manage direct reports and additional consultant and contract support
    • Oversee and audit payroll and accounting processes.
    • Represents the organization externally, as necessary, particularly in banking and lease negotiations.

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Education Manager: Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture

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Primary Duties and Responsibilities: The Education Manager is a full-time position reporting to the Executive Director and requires working collaboratively with Al-Bustan team members, coordinating with project consultants, and managing several project assistants, interns, and volunteers. Al-Bustan has a wide array of education programming ranging from Arabic and ESOL classes for Arabs to music and art classes and workshops in schools and at Al-Bustan’s Hub. The Education Manager will be the direct supervisor or manager for these programs as well as Al-Bustan’s summer camp. Additionally, the Education Manager is expected to develop arts workshop ideas, pedagogy, and professional development lessons

Education Programming/Events/Programming/Public Art

Planning, implementing, and managing educational / public programming at the Al-Bustan Hub, schools, and other locations in the Philadelphia region such as Al-Bustan’s After School Arab Arts, Al-Bustan’s Summer Camp, public workshops, forums, films, talks, readings, and concerts with various partners as needed. Responsibilities may include are but are not limited to event management, talent management, and sales.

Planning, developing, and presenting lessons, professional development workshops, and arts-based activities for a diverse group of learners at schools, community organizations, and interested institutions.

Managing educational elements of Al-Bustan’s public art projects with the goals of:

strengthening public engagement around the art exhibitions

creating cultural exchange forums in schools and community settings that encourage dialogue around issues of immigration

designing creative ways to represent and engage with the diversity and complexity of people who live in our city and country


Assisting the Executive Director in the management and oversight of Al-Bustan staff, projects, and office as needed and in the absence of the Executive Director.

Assisting the Executive Director in interviewing, contracting, and onboarding staff, volunteers, and interests.

Providing regular month-end reports to the Executive Director

Providing project supervision of all Education programming, finances, and contractors


Assisting and serving as an event manager, when necessary, at Al-Bustan programming and events

Arab Community Day

Park Parties

Concerts and Performances

Film Screenings


Gallery Openings

Writing copy for Al-Bustan’s websites, advertising, and press releases as needed.

Working with the Executive Director and Senior Editor on Al-Bustan’s News Service to find and pitch appropriate stories

Engaging in continual self-education and research that draws upon Arab arts, culture and history, through readings, online resources, and exchanges with knowledgeable scholars, artists, and educators

Qualifications & Skills:


at least Bachelor’s degree in Education, Social Sciences, Arts Administration, or related fields

at least 1-3 years’ experience in educational institution, non-profit arts education organization, or project implementation working with diverse constituencies of youth and adults of various ethnic/religious/socio-economic backgrounds

staff, project, and budget management experience

excellent writing, public speaking, and interpersonal communication skills

excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task

strong creative, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills

proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Drive

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Major Gifts Officer: Museum of the American Revolution

The Major Gifts Officer is an integral member of the Development team and raises funds for the organization by managing an assigned portfolio of current and prospective individual donors capable of making outright or planned gifts of $100,000 and above. Reporting to the Chief Philanthropy Officer, this externally facing position will play a critical role in helping to broaden the Museum’s donor base as we approach the 250th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence in 2026, and the Museum’s 10th Anniversary in 2027.

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Director of Advancement: The Grayson School

Are you passionate about philanthropy driven by relationships, data, strategy, and mission? Do you have Capital Campaign experience? Are you inspired by the chance to be an influential leader of an innovative educational community?

The Grayson School is seeking an exceptional Director of Advancement who is entrepreneurial, highly motivated, and eager to drive philanthropic growth. You will bring your expertise, flexibility, and creativity to collaborate with the Head of School and the Board of Trustees to continue growing the School’s advancement efforts as well as plan future philanthropic strategy.

You will report to the Head of School and lead the School’s annual and long-term advancement initiatives, including:

    • Capital Campaign
    • Grateful for Grayson Annual Fund
    • Annual GROW Gala
    • Constituent Group Giving: Foundations & Corporations, Families, Leadership Donors, Board of Trustees, Faculty & Staff, Alumni

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Next Steps AmeriCorps Program Manager: PHENND

PHENND seeks a program manager for our Next Steps AmeriCorps Program

Overview: Manage all aspects of the Next Steps AmeriCorps Program including the recruitment, selection, and management of AmeriCorps members; manage documentation and ensure compliance with federal grant guidelines; communicate regularly with broad set of stakeholders; plan and execute multiple events for member development and direct service; provide guidance and coaching to three full-time AmeriCorps members on as many partner campuses; provide guidance to part-time members; complete quarterly progress reports; and attend trainings and webinars required by the funder.


– A Bachelor’s Degree and 2-3 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
– AmeriCorps experience preferred
– Candidates with a background in education preferred
– Proven record of setting high expectations and holding self and team accountable for performance goals
– Aptitude for developing diverse talent through performance plans, reviews, and leadership opportunities
– Commitment to and experience with community service, national service, and/or the development of young people as leaders, particularly through mentoring
– Efficient time management skills: ability to meet deadlines and prioritize multiple projects independently
– Detailed-oriented – capable of managing specific documentation for compliance and accountability
– Passion for education, youth development and college access & success
– Attitude essentials: growth mindset, passion for PHENND’s mission, detail-oriented, committed to teamwork, grit and resilience


Applications accepted through September 21st. Target start date of October 15th.

This position is contingent on grant funding which is renewed year to year.

To apply, go through the required steps on the Penn HR website.  See:

Membership Manager: National Constitution Center

About the National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization devoted to teaching about the Constitution. Located on Philadelphia’s historic Independence Mall, steps from where the Constitution was drafted and signed, it serves as America’s leading platform for constitutional education and debate, fulfilling its congressional charter “to disseminate information about the U.S. Constitution on a nonpartisan basis in order to increase awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people.”

Our online educational classes, debates and seminars, museum programs and exhibits, and flagship We the People podcast facilitate conversations that allow people of different perspectives to transcend today’s polarized political narrative and instead explore areas of the principles and ideas rooted in the U.S. Constitution. Our highly acclaimed online Interactive Constitution—a nonpartisan tool that allows learners to engage with the text of the Constitution and discover how experts agree and disagree about its history and meaning—has received more than 57 million unique page views since its launch in 2015. Our website was on average in 2021 the fourth most visited individual museum website in America, and our online classes reached more than 240,000 students, teachers, and learners of all ages across all 50 states and 20 countries last academic year.

Position Summary

The National Constitution Center’s mission is to bring together people of all ages and perspectives, across America and around the world, to learn about, debate, and celebrate the greatest vision of human freedom in history, the U.S. Constitution. We seek to educate, inspire, and engage Americans about the Constitution and, importantly, teach the habits of civil dialogue and deliberation on which the future of our nation depends. Our mission could not be more vital today, and we have developed an ambitious, five-year strategic plan as we prepare for America’s 250 years of independence in 2026. From major programmatic initiatives to capital projects, we seek to build on our strong foundation in service of our mission.

To undergird our ambitions, we seek a Membership Manager who will take our membership program to the next level. The National Constitution Center’s Members ($50–$999 level) and 1787 Society donors ($1,000–$24,999 level) are key constituent groups vital to our short- and long-term financial growth and vitality. The Membership Manager will be responsible for actively soliciting and cultivating these constituents from the Philadelphia region and across the country, growing our base of supporters.

The Membership Manager will actively and regularly communicate with Members, execute monthly membership renewal and acquisition mailings and email campaigns, plan and execute Members-only programs to stimulate member engagement, track membership month over month, and manage all customer service systems to deliver the best-in-class communications with our Members.

The ideal candidate is strongly committed to the Center’s nonpartisan mission and is motivated by our important task ahead. We seek candidates with a minimum of three years’ experience in nonprofit development and fundraising, with a preference for experience with membership-type programs. The Membership Manager is dedicated to providing the highest standards of customer service for constituents across all mediums, virtually and in person. Candidates for this position must be detail oriented and have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a strong work ethic and desire to go above and beyond in serving constituents, sound judgment and a high level of discretion, and an entrepreneurial mindset.

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Executive Director: Brandywine Workshop and Archives

Our founder-executive director Allan L. Edmunds is planning his retirement this fall and the Board of Directors has a five-year plan in place, Brandywine 2.0, to manage the transition of leadership.

The new executive director leadership position application is now ongoing through the summer or until we receive an adequate number of qualified candidates for the review. This is a challenging position due to the many local, national, and international programs BWA manages. The organization is seeking someone knowledgeable of contemporary diverse art, with experience in curatorial and collections management experience, development, and management background. Salary is commensurate with experience (range $80,000–$100,000).

Applicant, if selected, must be ready to start no later than January 1, 2023.

Qualifications and responsibilities will be sent to all who request application materials by sending an email to

Our history, mission, and programming are available at Brandywine Workshop and Archives and