Executive Director: Hand2Paw

Salary Range: $90,000 to $100,000 based on experience and qualifications. Hand2Paw offers a healthcare reimbursement benefit and generous paid time off.

Email resume to hand2paw.program@gmail.com

The Organization:

Do you have a passion for youth and animals? Hand2Paw is seeking a dynamic Executive Director to lead our organization. Hand2Paw is a unique Philadelphia nonprofit that provides paid internships for youth experiencing housing insecurity or foster care involvement, allowing them to work with homeless animals while working through a curriculum of programming that enhances coping skills, emotional regulation and healing using animal assisted interventions.

The Position:

Hand2Paw is hiring its first Full-time Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for overall leadership, program direction, partnership development, and fundraising to advance Hand2Paw’s mission and programs. The Executive Director will bring innovative ideas to the work to develop new programming, connect with cutting edge organizations and resources nationally and locally, seek out city initiatives that Hand2Paw might leverage, and generally serve as a thought leader on positive youth development related ideas for partners.

The Executive Director will provide strategic management to staff members and build on our relationships within the community while having knowledge of trauma informed practices in positive youth development.  The ideal candidate will have had prior experience as an Executive Director and will be a highly collaborative, empathetic team leader with a strong commitment to Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI).  We are looking for someone who has expertise in and shares our passion for both youth and animals.
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Development Associate: HIAS Pennsylvania

Job Title: Development Associate

Supervisor: Director of Development

Status: Full-time, 35 hours a week

Salary: $55,000 – $60,000 commensurate with experience


HIAS Pennsylvania supports low-income immigrants of all backgrounds as they build new lives in our community. Through immigration legal services and an array of social services, we work to address their needs, defend their rights, and advocate for their equitable inclusion in American society.

Summary of Position:

This position will play a leadership role in managing activities that will increase the organization’s base of individual support. This role works alongside the Director of Development to provide tailored and donor-focused activities, including writing appeals, managing events, and providing administration support. The Development Associate will have the opportunity to assist with the strategy, content development, and execution of fundraising appeals; the management of special events; the drafting of stewardship communications; and will have the lead responsibility for improving digital giving and the online donor experience. This position can be fully in person or hybrid.
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Executive Director: Senior Adult Activities Center of Montgomery County

The Executive Director is a full-time position in charge of directing Montco SAAC’s strategic vision and advancing its mission. The responsibilities include overseeing the guiding leadership team, executing the strategic plan, and representing the organization to funders, other stakeholders, and the public.

  • Formulate and implement agency objectives and policy in collaboration with the Board of Directors.
  • Plan, organize, and direct agency operations.
  • Development, review, and implementation of Montco SAAC’s policy and procedures.
  • Manage fiscal operations. Develop and oversee Montco SAAC’s budget in collaboration with the organization’s head of finance and the Treasurer, and the finance committee of the Board.
  • Anticipate and identify social needs that can be met by Montco SAAC. Establish new programs or procedures to meet these needs.
  • Facilitate evaluation of Montco SAAC’s effectiveness and achievements.
  • Maintain and promote effective relationships with relevant external agencies including government, social service, consumer, and advocacy groups.
  • Participate in community planning, policy, and advisory boards and organizations relative to issues pertaining to older adults.
  • Maintain knowledge of issues and concerns in the senior services system and ensure opportunities for continued education and development of employees.
  • Prepare and interpret statistical and narrative reports regarding agency services. Maintain records and reports as basis for accountability and evaluation.
  • Facilitate community outreach and education, i.e., speaking engagements, media presentations, etc.
  • Manage leadership team.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Email resume to boardpresident@montcosaac.org

Program Manager/Assistant Executive Director: TriCounty Active Adult enter

Dynamic self-starter needed for growing senior center in Pottstown.  Reporting to the executive director, the assistant executive director will be responsible for creating and managing programs and activities for active older adults.  Proven success in working with older people and managing volunteers and employees is required.  Strong communication skills (both written and verbal), creativity, patience, and top-notch customer service skills are needed.  A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.  Fundraising experience, event planning, and strong computer skills are a plus.  This job is full-time, and requires occasional nights and weekends.

Responsibilities include:

  • Creating and managing programs and activities
  • Supervising three part-time program staff and many contractors and volunteers providing programs
  • Managing content for bi-monthly newsletter
  • Volunteer coordination
  • Database management
  • Healthcare reimbursement management


  • Salary range $45,000 – $55,000 per year
  • 80% of employer-provided health insurance paid
  • Paid time off
  • Employer-paid pension starting after two years of employment

Send a resume and cover letter to:  brian@tricountyaac.org 

Operations Support Manager: Philadelphia Orchestra and Kimmel Center, Inc.


The Operations Support Manager takes ownership over the logistical aspects of event advance and follows it through to fruition ensuring a high standard of service across 4 buildings with multiple performance and ancillary spaces. This position acts as a leader to ensure fellow operations team members are working cohesively as it relates to event setups. This role is responsible for managing a 6-person Operations Support team who provide operational support by moving and setting up equipment and furniture, executing marketing initiatives, and general tasks in the front of house and office spaces on the Kimmel Cultural Campus.

Leading with our bold vision to inspire and connect humanity through the Philadelphia Sound, we at The Philadelphia Orchestra and Kimmel Center, Inc. are vital influencers and conveners, emblemizing our values of being exceptional, innovative, diverse and inclusive, and authentic. IDEAS—Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access Strategies—is a comprehensive transformation process, guided by our vision and values, to assess and improve all aspects of our operations, concerts, and programs, and to spur sustainable change.

Essential Functions:

  • Work with Associate Director of Event Services and Event Services Manager to ensure successful event setup planning and execution
  • Attend walk-throughs and meetings representing Campus Experience to gather event information and assist in event planning
  • Lead weekly cross departmental meeting to ensure seamless event coordination of logistics with colleagues and external partners
  • Meet with Venue Services, Guest Services, resident companies, and clients to determine setup needs/alterations before and during events
  • Lead Operations Support team to provide a high level of service campus-wide by ensuring accuracy and timeliness of setups and providing a welcoming, neat environment
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with fellow operations team members and clients to ensure event set ups are delivered as requested
  • Hire, train, and schedule a team of six full time Operations Support staff and conduct reviews, recommend recognition, and promotions
  • Develop time use analysis of Operations Support staff by event or scope of work
  • Generate Operations Support staff payroll
  • Assess Ops Support equipment for safety, appearance, and usefulness, making recommendations or decisions as necessary
  • Perform daily walk-throughs to ensure Event Services equipment and furniture is properly placed and/or stored
  • Manage Excel databases to track spending and equipment usage
  • Schedule exterior marketing installations
  • Maintain program material inventory and scheduling
  • Manage equipment inventory and determine logistics of storage and moving
  • Order Operations Support equipment and uniforms
  • Provide office logistics support as appropriate (furniture moves/assembly, material handling, etc.)

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Development Manager: The Clay Studio


The Clay Studio is Philadelphia’s only nonprofit solely dedicated to the education and promotion of the ceramic arts, and is one of the world’s leading institutions in the field.  Founded in 1974, The Clay Studio supports the ceramic arts through its artist residencies, gallery, studio space, and school, educational & outreach programs. The programs of the Clay Studio reflect the dual character of the organization: as a community centered institution involved with the life of the city and region, and as a national and international focal point for ceramic arts. The Clay Studio believes in promoting broad access to the ceramic arts, therefore programs are geared to all levels of interest and proficiency.


The Development Manager is a part of The Clay Studio development team, which also includes the Development Director, Development Assistant, and the Executive Director. The Development Manager provides support to all aspects of development including researching and grant writing, maintaining, organizing, and acknowledging the donor base and supporting all fundraising activities, including special events.


  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to exercise discretion with confidential or sensitive information.
  • Skilled at organizing and managing competing projects with high attention to detail and excellent follow-through to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to work effectively with a range of personalities and working styles, and with people at all levels of the organization, including staff, board, foundation officers, and donors.
  • Ability and experience working effectively on a team while performing a substantial portion of duties independently.
  • Experience working in or a strong interest in and understanding of the nonprofit arts community
  • Strong computer skills, including strong knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, and other software.
  • Experience working with databases.
  • Ability to extract and analyze data and produce reports
  • Positive attitude, sense of humor and lots of energy.

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Leadership Giving Manager: Museum of the American Revolution

The Leadership Giving Manager will advance the Museum of the American Revolution’s annual fundraising efforts related to high-end membership.  This position will cultivate an active donor community through our giving societies, the Revolution Society and George Washington Council, as well as the Collections Society, our affinity group. The Leadership Giving Manager administers these programs from communications and data management to forward-facing donor relations, in support of the Museum’s contributed revenue goals.

Primary Responsibilities:

Work closely with Director of Development, Individual Giving to develop donor communications, including invitations, e-newsletters, analog and digital appeals, proposals, and other correspondence

Maintain an upgrade strategy for members capable of moving up the pipeline

Manage a portfolio of 150 Membership and Leadership Giving prospects, cultivating renewals and upgrades through a schedule of personal communications and donor visits

Maintain timely and accurate renewal notices to the roughly 500 donors giving $1,000 – $10,000+ annually.  Responsibilities include personalized acknowledgements, fulfillment, event invitations, stewardship outreach, conducting research, and tracking data to ensure timely and proper moves management.

Oversee email marketing strategy for Leadership Giving – including communications schedule; list imports/exports between Luminate and Raiser’s Edge; tracking and reporting; and copy writing

Manage annual giving appeals throughout the year as identified by Director of Development, Individual Giving

Work with Manager of Special Programs to develop and execute Leadership Giving programs, working with Director of Development, Individual Giving to ensure all programs are strategic, efficient, and effective in furthering the Museum’s mission

Work with Director of Development, Individual Giving to execute a donor travel program, including select day trips, overnight trips, and international travel for Revolution Society and George Washington Council members

Create and oversee all special event RSVPs and onsite event registration for Leadership Giving events. Ensure staff are well-briefed on their roles and responsibilities around events

Maintain accurate calendar of leadership giving events and schedule of communications.

Manage annual donor recognition listing, working with the Donor Systems Manager

Provide concierge service for all members and leadership donors to the Museum, assisting with ticketing, tour reservations, and other visit planning needs

Manage the design and production of all Leadership Giving print and digital collateral

Manage Revolution Society Committee meetings and communications

Collaborate cross-departmentally, working closely with Marketing, Visitor Engagement, and Executive Office to ensure highest quality donor experience
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Assistant Director of Membership: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

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

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

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


The Assistant Director of Membership works with the Director of Membership in the creation and implementation of strategies designed to acquire new members, retain, and upgrade existing members, and deepen member engagement. This position will assist in maintaining and developing engagement opportunities for Members, manage renewal campaigns, measure program and campaign outcomes, and adhere to project deadlines. This individual also handles several administrative responsibilities.
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Coalition & Convening Manager: Fairmount Park Conservancy

Organizational Overview:

Fairmount Park Conservancy brings parks to life. We work with the City of Philadelphia and its communities to steward our parks and nurture our shared environment, cultural resources, and public health.  We lead capital projects and historic preservation efforts, foster neighborhood park stewardship, attract and leverage investments, and develop innovative programs throughout the 10,200 acres that include Fairmount Park, six other watershed parks and more than 130 neighborhood parks and gardens around the city.

Position Overview:

The Coalition and Convening Manager is a unique position recently created by Fairmount Park Conservancy. This position will primarily work on:

  • Convening community members, citizen advocates, and public space partners around key geographies and common issues
  • Drawing on these networks to advance FPC’s strategic plan, priorities, and initiatives
  • Building and documenting FPC’s network of resources and trusted partners amongst Philadelphia’s diverse communities of park neighbors and partners
  • Creating opportunities for constituents to learn from one another, inform, and support FPC’s project and program delivery

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Executive Director: Philadelphia Outward Bound School

Lincoln Leadership

The Philadelphia Outward Bound School (POBS) seeks a dynamic and collaborative leader to serve as its Executive Director (ED).

Founded in 1992, POBS’s mission is to change lives through challenge and discovery. POBS uses an experiential learning framework based on Kurt Hahn’s educational philosophy to inspire students to discover innate capabilities, develop character and leadership skills, and engage in service to others to improve their lives and their communities. A robust $3.4M nonprofit educational organization headquartered in and committed to the City of Philadelphia, POBS serves a diverse student body, the majority of whom attend public schools in the region. With 30 full-time employees and 25 seasonal instructors, POBS engaged more than 8,500 youth and adult participants in 2022 in experiential single and multi-day programs that foster character development, leadership and community service. POBS is one of 10 regional Outward Bound schools in the US and serves Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and northern Delaware from its headquarters at The Discovery Center in East Fairmount Park near the Strawberry Mansion neighborhood. POBS is the only Outward Bound school accredited by the Association for Experiential Education.
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