Executive Director: Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia


The Executive Director position at the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia offers an exciting opportunity to lead a dynamic and growing organization dedicated to promoting safe and enjoyable bicycling throughout the Greater Philadelphia area. The role entails implementing the organization’s Strategic Roadmap 2023-2028 with a focus on equity, diversity, and inclusion while leading a team of 13 employees, and overseeing various programs, fundraising, and community outreach efforts. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in leadership and management, a commitment to diversity and inclusion, exceptional communication and relationship-building skills, and experience in fundraising and marketing. This leadership position provides a chance to make a significant impact on communities across the city and region through bicycling advocacy and infrastructure, while fostering partnerships, engaging with stakeholders, and furthering the organization’s mission. Individuals with a passion for safe streets and neighborhoods, familiarity with the region, and a dedication to diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.

About the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia

The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP) is a dynamic and influential nonprofit organization leading the charge to create a safe and enjoyable cycling environment for everyone in the Greater Philadelphia region. Its mission is to advocate for and promote bicycling as a sustainable and equitable means of transportation and recreation. BCGP’s diverse programs span from advocating for the development of biking infrastructure and the Circuit Trails to implementing initiatives like Vision Zero for safer streets. BCGP hosts Signature Events such as “Bike Month”, “Bike to Work and Wherever Day”, and runs education programs including the Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling Program, the Better Bike Share Partnership and Neighborhood Bike Hubs. Committed to fostering diversity and inclusion, BCGP is currently implementing a Strategic Roadmap 2023-2028, which includes a specific set of Equity Commitments.  These are intended to extend its work into all Philadelphia communities, especially low-income communities and communities of color, disproportionately impacted by traffic violence. BCGP maintains a hybrid schedule and a flexible working environment for its team.

Candidate Profile:

Highly favorable candidates will possess a combination of strong management skills, a commitment to the organization’s mission, and a track record of successful leadership in the non-private, non-profit, and/or public sectors.  They should have strong experience in senior management, demonstrating their ability to develop and implement effective strategies that lead to organizational growth and increased scale while driving more impactful outcomes. The ideal candidate must be passionate about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and have a proven ability to both foster an inclusive and collaborative work environment and to develop programs that are meaningful to diverse communities.

Given the organization’s focus on advocacy and community engagement, favorable candidates will also have exceptional communication and relationship-building skills, enabling them to effectively engage with a wide range of stakeholders, including board members, partnering organizations, funders, local and regional leaders, and the diverse communities served by the Bicycle Coalition. Experience in fundraising and a proven ability to sustain and expand revenue-generating activities will be highly valued.

Furthermore, ideal candidates will have a strong marketing, public relations, and external communications background to enhance the organization’s brand and visibility. They will be adept at tailoring messages to various audiences, including staff, donors, media outlets, and government officials.

Favorable candidates need not be avid cyclists,  though they must have a deep appreciation for its importance as both a sustainable mode of transportation and recreational activity. Familiarity with the surrounding PA and NJ counties of Philadelphia is advantageous, as it will facilitate building partnerships and relationships throughout the region.
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Community Murals Project Manager: Mural Arts Philadelphia

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Mural Arts Philadelphia is the nation’s largest public art program, dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. For over 35 years, Mural Arts has united artists and communities through a collaborative and equitable process, creating over 4,000 artworks that have transformed public spaces and individual lives. Mural Arts aims to empower people, stimulate dialogue, and build bridges to understanding with projects that attract artists from Philadelphia and around the world, and programs that focus on youth education, restorative justice, mental health and wellness, and public art and its preservation.

Through participatory public art, Mural Arts Philadelphia inspires change in people, place, and practice, creating opportunity for a more just and equitable Philadelphia.

The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is seeking a Community Murals Project Manager position reports to the Director of Community Murals.

As a member of Mural Arts’ management team, the selected candidate will be able to articulate goals and create strategies that serve not only departmental objectives, but also the mission of the organization, and build and maintain effective relationships among staff, artists, funders, and community partners.

This position is a full-time grant-funded position anticipated for 2-3 years. Hiring will be subject to securing the full anticipated funding.

Essential Responsibilities

    • Facilitate formal review of proposed mural designs
    • Create contracts with artists and other contractors.
    • Communicate responsively to coordinate ordering, distribution and tracking of all project supplies and equipment
    • Build and manage partnerships with Mural Arts’ partners/stakeholders, including collaboration with schools, community and nonprofit organizations, city agencies, and vendors.
    • Supervise and monitor project team responsibilities as appropriate.
    • Create and monitor project timelines.
    • Facilitate traditional and creative community engagement approaches, including but not limited to events and workshops, public art unveilings, surveys, virtual or in-person public meetings, or forums, paint days and dedications
    • Formally present designs and describe projects to community stakeholders independently, and with artists when their schedules permit, communicating with all affected pirates to share information.
    • Coordinate and maintain project documentation for designated projects, including before shots, related permits, images of final design, finished project, and written descriptions.
    • Manage and monitor project budget
    • Contribute to evaluation of and reporting to funders on project outcomes.
    • Represent artists when an artist is not available at design review meetings, and other convenings as necessary.
    • Connect with the larger contemporary art scene locally, nationally and internationally to maintain knowledge of current developments in the field of socially engaged art and to generate a pool of artists to source for projects.  Identify, initiate, and pursue new programmatic and project opportunities in collaboration with the leadership of the program.
    • Maintain compliance with internal project management protocols

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Altru Development Analyst: Independence Seaport Museum

Compensation:  Competitive compensation commensurate with experience; generous benefits package

Description Reporting to the Director of Development, the Altru Development Analyst serves as the primary Altru database administrator and the resident expert ensuring exceptional gift record management and reporting, donor communications, and gift stewardship in support of the Development Department.  This includes management of all data, segmentation and audience analysis tools including Excel, Google Analytics, and Constant Contact.


    • Prefer advanced knowledge of Altru database functions.
    • Bachelor’s degree with 2-3 years of professional experience in business development, marketing, database administration and/or fundraising.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Professional demeanor and strong interpersonal skills.
    • Must be a highly motivated team player, customer-oriented, and extremely detail-oriented.
    • Should exhibit impressive organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills, as well as flexibility.
    • Able to prioritize and execute follow-throughs.
    • Can work independently, anticipate needs, and manage multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously.
    • Should have creative ideas and commitment to the job.

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Co-Executive Director: Culture Works Greater Philadelphia

CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia (“CultureWorks”) seeks a strategic and equity focused leader experienced in facilitating growth and change in an organization undergoing transition to serve as Co-Executive Director – External Relations and Organizational Strategy. This is a new role that reflects an evolution in organizational structure for CultureWorks. This posting is for the first position, with the second Co-Executive Director – Operations and Internal Culture to be hired in mid- to late 2024. In partnership with the organization’s staff and board, the inaugural Co-Executive Director will lead a review of the organization’s strategy, implementation of any shifts in approach, and fostering a healthy and supportive internal culture.  Candidates must be committed to CultureWorks values of empathy, equity, creativity, boldness and sharing.

The Co-Executive Directors will report to the Board and represent the mission and vision of CultureWorks to the community at large, including funders, the government, the corporate sector, the many individuals and organizations that flourish as part of their member community as well as other key community partners. The Co-Executive Directors will work closely with the Board and the senior management team to develop and maintain a high level of quality and strategic vision regarding services, programs, policies and systems for CultureWorks and its sister entity, CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia (“CultureTrust”) (fiscal sponsorship arm) and to continue the organizational change process that is currently underway. The Co-Executive Directors will exercise executive powers for CultureWorks and CultureTrust.

About CultureWorks

CultureWorks was organized in 2010 as a management commons for the arts, heritage, and creative communities — a platform of space, human capital and services to help artists not only survive, but flourish. Between their fiscally sponsored projects and space members, CultureWorks provides equitable access to management resources for both individuals and organizations, the makers and preservers of culture. The commons is inspired by a means of community based economic and social support practiced within a vast variety of cultures, regions and time periods: The sharing of resources and harnessing of collective power.

CultureWorks currently serves 150 members, provides fiscal sponsorship to 88 organizations and has an operating budget of $1,100,000.

A Board of directors, composed of external and CultureWorks members, works closely with the staff. In a step towards adopting an organizational model that supports distributed power and decision-making, the Board recently moved to a Co-President model, with seats designated for a member organization and an external board member.

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Shelter Director: Lutheran Settlement House

Lutheran Settlement House is part of a movement rooted in radical compassion and focused on making lasting, meaningful change in people’s lives and in our community. The voices of our clients guide our work, telling us what supports they need and what needs to change in our city. Our staff shares deeply held values that make us a welcoming, responsive, and reliable safe haven for some of Philadelphia’s most vulnerable populations. We accompany our clients in times of crisis, we are catalysts for building community, and we joyfully celebrate the strength of those we serve. If this sounds like you, if you’re looking for a workplace where you can live out your values and a workplace that values your growth and development, we invite you to apply.

Scope of Position:       

Under the supervision of the Deputy Executive Director, the Shelter Director of Jane Addams Place is responsible for overall management of the family shelter, to ensure high-quality, trauma-informed, service provision and programming.

Essential Responsibilities:

·        Understands, articulates, and reflects in professional practice the mission and philosophy of Lutheran Settlement House / Jane Addams Place

·        Supervises the Assistant Director, Family Advocates, Therapist, and Manager of Child & Youth Programming

·        Coordinates and ensures the provision of comprehensive high-quality services for families in shelter program

·        Ensures adherence to agency policies and procedures

·        Ensures contractual compliance with the Office of Homeless Services (OHS) standards and policies

·        Supports and develops programming and community partnerships

·        Facilitates grant goals and spending

·        Manages client savings program

·        Meets regularly with Finance team to develop and review budget and identify program needs

·        Participates in agency leadership meetings and furthers initiatives outlined in LSH’s Strategic Plan

·        Participates in OHS providers’ meetings and housing provider advocacy groups

·        Prepares and responds to OHS monitoring reviews and audits

·        Distributes on-call coverage list; serves as back-up in conjunction with the Assistant Shelter Director

·        Maintains high-quality data and plans/adjusts programming to ensure efficacy and reflect resident interests

·        Researches and follows identified best practices for family emergency shelters

·        Plans and facilitates resident and staff meetings

·        Meets individually with residents and staff to resolve concerns where needed

·        Engage with volunteers, grantors, and donors where needed

·        Other duties as assigned
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