Corporate Projects Lead, Animal Protection Nonprofit: The Humane League


The Humane League (THL) is a global nonprofit ending the abuse of animals raised for food. THL fosters a high-energy culture of teamwork and mission-driven problem solving, and we have earned recognition as Top Charity from Animal Charity Evaluators for all of their rating periods. Over the past few years, we’ve grown to a staff of 100+ talented individuals dispersed across the country and around the world. At THL, how animals are treated in the food system is at the forefront of our everyday work. As such, many of our staff are vegan by personal choice, and all of our THL-hosted events offer fully vegan menus. We welcome all mission-aligned candidates to apply, no matter where you are in your journey to end the abuse of animals raised for food.


THL’s Corporate Projects team is looking for an experienced project manager, communicator, and strategic thinker who can propose and test effective new strategies to advocate to a corporate audience for meaningful animal welfare reforms. As Corporate Projects Lead, you will join a team of high-impact advocates who engage with the country’s largest food companies on the most pressing issues affecting farmed animals. Your writing and communication expertise as well as your project management skills will underpin our Corporate Engagement work.

Your position plays a critical role in ensuring that THL can effectively engage with food companies about animal welfare, whether that be through the execution of new strategies, or the creation and management of educational websites, scientific reports, or other media. We want you because you know how to motivate audiences who might not think like you. You have experience managing multiple cross-departmental projects at once. You have a background in advocacy, communication, and strategic problem-solving. You can make decisions independently when faced with uncertainty and limited information. You’re ready to recognize corporations that make progress for animals and call out those that fail to stop cruel practices. This position reports directly to the Corporate Projects Manager.

This is a full-time, remote position. This position provides the opportunity for optional domestic and international travel, equivalent to approximately 1-3 trips per year, for week-long summits and retreats.

We are only able to consider applicants who reside in the United States and possess United States work authorization.

We will be holding a webinar on Wednesday, April 24th at 5:00pm PT/6:00pm MT/7:00pm CT/8:00pm ET for you to find out more about the role and ask any questions you may have. The webinar will be hosted by Michael Windsor, Senior Corporate Projects Manager and Dayne Alexander, Senior Corporate Research Lead. If you’re interested, please register here. As a webinar, you’ll only be able to see the presenter and not others watching. The webinar will be recorded and available here by Thursday, April 25th.

This position will close on Wednesday, May 1st, 2024 at 1:00pm PDT/2:00pm MDT/3:00pm CDT/4:00pm EDT. Late applications will not be accepted; if you are experiencing technical issues, please contact prior to the deadline. Please submit applications and all supporting documents in English.

Your responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Invent, evaluate, develop, and project manage new and innovative strategies—from national reports and cross-departmental projects to individual tools—that will influence corporations and their top executives. Lead collaboration with various teams at THL to execute these strategies.
  • Author and design strategic resources such as newsletters, websites, case studies, advertisements, and reports to educate corporate executives about animal welfare issues. Collaborate with the Corporate Engagement team to plan the distribution of these materials.
  • Develop and maintain expertise on corporate communications and marketing strategies used within the food industry. Act as a subject matter expert on effective corporate messaging to other THL departments, volunteers, coalition groups, outside vendors, and other stakeholders; this requires frequent professional communication.
  • Understand and stay up to date on the broader industry landscape on animal welfare issues and the nuances of the individual animal welfare policies THL is requesting of companies.
  • Leverage a variety of digital tools and platforms, such as Google Workspace, Asana, Slack, and Salesforce, to keep data and information organized and accessible.

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Communications Manager: OIC of America


The Communication Manager for OIC of America (OICA) is a key position responsible for driving the development and execution of communication and marketing strategies. This position requires an experienced professional with a strategic mindset, excellent project management skills, and a passion for promoting initiatives related to OIC of America.


Communication and Marketing Strategy:

  • Lead the formulation and implementation of comprehensive communication and marketing strategies for OICA initiatives, with a specific focus on Career Education and Training (CTE) and Science Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
  • Ensure alignment with organizational goals and key messaging across all communication channels.
  • Develops public relations strategies, timelines, and tactics to support organizational goals and objectives

Editorial Calendar Management:

  • Develop and manage an editorial calendar, overseeing the creation and timely delivery of high-quality content.
  • Collaborate with internal teams to gather content and coordinate with stakeholders for strategic alignment.

Social Media Strategy:

  • Drive the social media strategy for all OICA initiatives, aiming to increase brand visibility, engagement, and impact.
  • Stay abreast of industry trends, leveraging insights to enhance the organization’s social media presence.
  • Writing external communication through social media or other platforms

Project Management and Relations:

  • Coordinate and execute communication and marketing projects.
  • Cultivate and maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders, ensuring project success and organizational growth.
  • Draft press releases, conducting communications-related research, media monitoring, community outreach, and research across multiple client
  • Provides communications staff support at meetings, conferences, conventions, and other public events

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About YSRP: The Youth Sentencing & Reentry Project (YSRP) seeks to end the practice of prosecuting youth in the adult criminal justice system. In the meantime, YSRP seeks to lessen the duration and impact of adult criminal sentences on children and their families, who are primarily low-income and Black and Brown. Through individual cases and policy advocacy, we work to transform the experiences of children prosecuted in the adult justice system, and to ensure that children who have contact with that system can return home and live full lives with dignity. We partner with court-involved youth, their families, and lawyers to develop holistic, humanizing narratives that mitigate the facts of each case in an effort to avoid adult incarceration and provide decision-makers with actionable alternatives. We make crucial connections to community resources, providing our youth and Juvenile Lifer client-partners with connections to supportive services in the areas of education, healthcare, housing, and employment. Finally, we work to raise awareness of the issues that young people face in the adult criminal justice system. For more information about YSRP’s mission, values and work, please visit our website.

Position Description: 

YSRP seeks a dynamic Director of Operations & Finance to ensure effective management and oversight of the organization’s operational and fiscal health. The Director of Operations & Finance is a full-time, exempt, staff position that will be part of YSRP’s Management Team and also will work closely with members of YSRP’s Board of Directors and external partners. This is a strategic position with key responsibilities related to the management of our financial resources, our team, and our core operational processes. The position reports to the Executive Director.

The Director of Operations & Finance will be responsible for the following core duties:

Managing operations functions of the organization, including:

  • Designing, overseeing and continuously improving operational systems and processes that enable the effective functioning of the team as we grow in size and complexity;
  • Ensuring team members have IT infrastructure and office security needs met; establishing and maintaining IT troubleshooting procedures in conjunction with third party IT support provider.
  • Supervising the Administrative Associate, and overseeing day-to-day office administration; and
  • Interfacing with insurance brokers, for general liability and other policies; managing relations with service providers, vendors, and external partners as needed.

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Manager, Research & Analysis: University City District (UCD)


University City District (UCD) is a non-profit, special services district that leverages a unique partnership of universities, health systems, large and small businesses, and community groups to invest in public spaces, address public maintenance and public safety issues, bring life to commercial corridors, promote job growth and innovation, and connect residents to career opportunities.

University City District prides itself on being a data-driven organization. The Manager, Research & Analysis position is an exciting opportunity to help understand the many dimensions of the neighborhood that UCD serves and inform all aspects of organizational strategy and communications. The position will initially report to the SVP, Strategy and work across the organization to support data needs including public safety, real estate, transportation, market research, and workforce development, among others.

The Manager is responsible for research and analysis across a wide range of areas impacting everyone who lives, works, or spends time in University City. The Manager’s work will advance UCD’s hyper local focus, but their research and data findings will also help to influence policy and practice on both a local and national scale. As a growing organization with evolving and expanding needs, the position is a good fit for someone with a wide range of interests who enjoys and responds well to new research and analysis challenges.

The Manager, Research & Analysis will:

  • Work with organizational leadership to determine and advance UCD’s research agenda.
  • Design and implement new research programs, potentially including a field research component. Leverage findings for maximum impact.
  • Conduct ongoing research and data analysis related to economic development, demographics, commuting and visitor traffic patterns, residential, office, industrial, retail and hospitality industry performance, job growth, and more.
  • Define research methodologies, data collection strategies, and analysis frameworks to ensure robust and insightful outcomes.
  • Facilitate the communication of data and analysis across UCD for a range of purposes including grant applications, improving public space maintenance, event planning, and public safety.
  • Ensure research outputs meet industry standards, are data-driven, and provide actionable recommendations.
  • Use current subscription-based software programs that include and combine with other publicly available data sources to conduct research and collect data for analysis and reporting.
  • Identify other applications/software required to produce outstanding economic development data.
  • Provide content for UCD’s ongoing communications/reports: white papers, bi-weekly eNews, Market Trends newsletter, Public Safety Newsletter, the annual State of University City report, grant reports, collateral materials, social media, and website.

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Volunteer and Community Outreach Manager: Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education


This is a full-time salaried position with a benefits package that includes vacation, medical, dental, vision and retirement. This position reports to the Director of Communications. The salary range for this role is $37,000 – $50,000 per year.

This is a hybrid position with a typical schedule of three days in the office and two days working from home. All employees are welcome to work from the office five days a week if preferred.


Volunteer Management

  • Develop, implement, and oversee all aspects of the organization’s volunteer program, including planning, program operations, and volunteer management.
  • Develop and administer policies and procedures governing the volunteer programs and services, aligning them with the organization’s mission and vision.
  • Identify ways to improve efficiency and effectiveness with volunteer management to improve the volunteer experience, develop welcoming and inclusive opportunities, and to support Center initiatives.
  • Work closely with department leaders to assess volunteer needs, identify new opportunities, and design engaging volunteer roles across various programs and departments.
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for corporate and community volunteer groups, establishing and maintaining partnerships with schools and organizations.
  • Communicate clearly and promptly with potential volunteers, organizations and businesses looking for volunteer opportunities.
  • Utilize MailChimp to create and distribute e-newsletters and maintain website content dedicated to volunteer updates and programming.
  • Manage and mentor high school students involved in service projects, providing guidance, support, and fostering a positive volunteer experience.
  • Oversee the Center’s Toad Detour program, including management of Facebook posts, training sessions, and scheduling of shift managers.
  • Oversee data management for volunteers, maintaining accurate records of volunteer profiles, volunteer hours, and ensuring adherence to clearance requirements. Compile reports on volunteer activities as needed or requested.
  • Train volunteers to support the Center’s wide breadth of volunteer activities including stewardship activities and event support.
  • Supervise and train Center staff on volunteer management, training, and relationships.

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Development and Events Manager: Emily’s Entourage

About Emily’s Entourage

Emily’s Entourage (EE) speeds lifesaving research and drug development for individuals in the final 10% of the cystic fibrosis (CF) community that do not benefit from currently available mutation-targeted therapies. Founded by Emily Kramer-Golinkoff with family and friends in 2011, EE has awarded millions of dollars in research grants, launched a now-acquired CF gene therapy company, developed a patient registry and clinical trial matchmaking program to accelerate clinical trial recruitment, and led worldwide efforts to drive high-impact research and drug development.

While the urgency of the organization is inspired by Emily’s advanced-stage disease, the work of EE gives impetus to advances that can benefit not only people with CF, but also millions of people living with genetic diseases, as well as those combating antibiotic-resistant infections for whom there are no existing treatments.

About the Position

Reporting to the Chief of Staff, Genevieve Mack, the Development and Events Manager will play a vital and impactful support role in amplifying CF research and therapeutic development for the final 10%.

As a Development and Events Manager, you will play a key role in planning, coordinating, and executing fundraising initiatives and events for our organization. You will be responsible for developing strategies to attract donors, sponsors, and participants for our events, while also overseeing the logistical aspects of event planning. The ideal candidate will have strong organizational skills, excellent communication abilities, and a passion for supporting our mission through effective fundraising and event management.

The Development and Events Manager will join a core team of eight, composed of two co-founders, a Chief Scientific Officer, Chief of Staff, Senior Director of Operations, Director of Marketing and Communications, Development Assistant, Database Manager, and additional freelance support staff.
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Vice President, Supportive Housing Operations: Project HOME


The mission of the Project HOME community is to empower adults, children, and families to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, to alleviate the underlying causes of poverty, and to enable all of us to attain our fullest potential as individuals and as members of the broader society. We strive to create a safe and respectful environment where we support each other in our struggles for self-esteem, recovery, and the confidence to move toward self-actualization.

Project HOME achieves its mission through a continuum of services comprised of street outreach, a range of supportive housing, and comprehensive services. We address the root causes of homelessness through neighborhood-based affordable housing, economic development, and environmental enhancement programs, as well as through providing access to employment opportunities, adult and youth education, and health care.

Project HOME is committed to social and political advocacy. An integral part of our work is education about the realities of homelessness and poverty, plus vigorous advocacy on behalf of and with homeless and low-income persons for more just and humane public policies.

Project HOME is committed to nurturing a spirit of community among persons from all walks of life, all of whom have a role to play in making this a more just and compassionate society.


Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President of Supportive Housing Operations, the Vice President of Supportive Housing Operations (VPSHO) is a member of the senior management leadership team and is primarily responsible for property management and oversight of residential social services for ~13 sites (approximately half of Project HOME’s total housing portfolio). The VPSHO will integrate the department’s initiatives and services in response to the organization’s strategic plan and is responsible for managing relationships with key internal and external stakeholders. The VPSHO manages a growing team of 100+ with three direct reports and a $10M portfolio. They will also closely collaborate with a partner VPSHO (who manages the other half of the housing portfolio) and other organizational leaders to ensure the organization’s overall sustainability and success.

This is an ideal opportunity for a strategic and equity-focused leader within the affordable housing community who is passionate about developing and streamlining effective strategies and services to best support Project HOME’s residents and communities during a time of significant growth for the organization.
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Director of Finance Bebashi: Transition to Hope


Are you a dynamic financial leader with a passion for making a difference? Bebashi – Transition to Hope, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the health and well-being of underserved communities, is seeking a visionary Director of Finance to join our team.

As the Director of Finance, you will be responsible for overseeing all financial activities, ensuring fiscal responsibility, and providing strategic guidance to drive our mission forward. If you have a proven track record of financial management, a commitment to social impact, and thrive in a collaborative environment, we want to hear from you. Join us in our mission to empower individuals and communities towards a brighter, healthier future. Apply now and be a catalyst for change!

Bebashi – Transition to Hope is a dynamic and inclusive non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health and wellness, with a specific focus on Black and Brown populations. Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion drives our mission to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals through innovative programs and services. (to be added)


  • Assist Executive Director in creating annual organizational budget and monitoring cash flow.
  • Reports organization finances to Executive Director and/or Board, and offers suggestions about resource utilization, fiscal operations and performance through policy, guidance and direct support.
  • Supervise general accounting function and personnel, which includes accounts receivables, accounts payables, 3rd party billing, and payroll.
  • Responsible for short-term and long – term fiscal solvency of the agency through accurate forecasting and cash flow management; maximizing income where possible.
  • Lead annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with Senior Leadership Team
  • Ensure documented practices and policies are implemented to ensure compliance in the following areas:
  • Tax and government regulations at the federal, state and local tax level
  • Fulfill requirements of private grants that may include monitoring contractual terms, generating reports, and responding to inquiries and audits.
  • Adherence to statutory requirements of withholding payments of taxes, charitable status, etc.
  • Ensure agency fiscal records are current and organized in accordance with legal and agency policies and procedures.
  • Stay current on all financial management and accounting trends, laws, regulations and procedures to ensure changes are reflected in the organization’s “Fiscal Policy and Procedures Manual”
  • Oversight of organizational audits through the efficient management of the process with the independent auditor, with focus on minimizing exceptions and the correction of audit findings.
  • Source and negotiated the agency’s Liability, Worker’s Compensation and Property and Casualty insurance policies.
  • Works collaboratively with the Director of Human Resources to ensure employee benefits plans are properly funded and competitive.
  • Oversee the management of all leases, contracts and other financial commitments.
  • Manage relationship with the agency’s bank, which includes lines of credit, and other financial commitments.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

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Director of Events: Seaport Museum

Hours:  Full-time; days and hours may vary with event bookings.  Weekend and evening hours required.

Reports to: Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer

Description:   The Director of Events is responsible for promoting event space at the museum to achieve revenue goals and maximize ISM exposure to potential clients in the region and to the events community. This includes the sale, oversight, and successful execution of Independence Seaport Museum’s space rentals and events.  This position provides services to clients for event scheduling, planning and execution, with attention to business details and a positive, customer-centric attitude.  This includes, but is not limited to: serving as, or overseeing the Museum’s representative for load-in prior to the event, greeting clients, guests, caterers and/or other vendors upon arrival to the event, overseeing the event set-up, monitoring the needs throughout the event and proactively problem solving any issues that arise during the event, and overseeing break-down of the event and space.  They work as a team player within and across departments to advance the mission and vision of the Museum.


Exceptional oral and written communication skills for dealing with clients, vendors, visitors and staff including excellent interpersonal skills, exuding a warm, professional, and outgoing personality when dealing with clients and the general public. Must demonstrate skill in dealing with a variety of client personalities and navigate delicate situations with diplomacy.

Strong organizational and planning skills to coordinate the actions of multiple parties with attention to detail.

Creative thinking skills to design events that fit the visions of the clients.

Multitasking ability necessary to move from one task to another at a fast pace.

Computer skills for using events management software, Altru, MS Office, spreadsheets and e-mail.

Basic accounting skills to track spending with proven budget management abilities.

Knowledge of risk management to identify potential legal liabilities and take steps to mitigate them.

Good networking skills to build relationships with vendors and suppliers and attract new customers.

Minimum of high school diploma or GED, bachelor’s degree preferred.

At least 3-5 years relevant experience with event sales, coordination, management, execution and/or planning preferred.

Ability to regularly work evenings and weekends as required.

Excellent negotiation skills to provide a superior customer experience.

Must exercise sound independent judgment and exemplary integrity in all internal and external interfaces with event clients and members.

Commitment to keep client events compliant with policies and procedures of the Museum.

Must have, or obtain, the following certifications:

  • Food Safety
  • RAMP

Prior experience with managing a liquor license and liquor inventory, including performing inventory counts, tracking inventory usage, maintaining stock levels, and ordering inventory preferred.

Demonstrated ability to manage time effectively and independently, organizing multiple tasks and prioritizing to meet timely deadlines.

Ability to think on feet and problem solve if an issue arises during the event.
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Controller: People’s Light

Position Summary

People’s Light, a LORT D theater located outside of Philadelphia, seeks an experienced Controller.  Now in its 49th season, People’s Light is a nationally recognized and award-winning theatre company located in Chester County, PA. People’s Light also owns and operates The Farmhouse at People’s Light, a for-profit catering venue, and The Fern & Fable restaurant.

Reporting to the General Manager (GM), the Controller oversees all accounting and related financial reporting systems, ensuring accuracy and internal controls, as well as compliance with GAAP and regulatory requirements.

The Controller is responsible for managing the daily operations of the Finance Department including supervision of staff who perform accounts payable, payroll processing, bank reconciliations, daily cash receipt functions, and monthly financial reports.

The Controller will work with General Manager (GM), Producing Artistic Director, senior staff, and department heads in developing the Annual Budget and keep accurate budget projections.

The Controller will take the lead in preparing for and working with all external audits, as well as all regulatory filings. They are responsible for establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal controls to protect the organization’s assets.

This is a full-time salaried exempt position. People’s Light aims to provide flexibility with in-person work where possible. This position is expected to be in-person at least three days per week. Full vaccination against Covid-19 is required.

Responsibilities include:

  • Supervise Staff Accountant (responsible for payroll processing, accounts payable and cash tracking) and Senior Accountant & Benefits Specialist (responsible for bank reconciliations, monthly close and company health benefits)
  • Track and report on restricted funds and certain prepaid expense funds
  • Supervise preparation of monthly financial statements and submit to General Manager
  • Report on financial matters at five board meetings per year
  • Track, analyze and report weekly cash flow to General Manager
  • Investigate and discuss budget to actual differences with General Manager and department managers
  • Prepare budget projections as needed
  • Complete financial surveys
  • Work with General Manager and outside broker on annual insurance coverage renewal
  • Work with Development Manager on grant budgets
  • Work with General Manager on cash flow analysis and planning
  • Lead all external audits, and tax preparation and reporting processes, in collaboration with the board audit committee, General Manager, Finance Team, and outside audit and tax firm
  • Monitor internal controls and propose/implement new controls as necessary
  • Maintain up-to-date oversight and compliance on non-profit best practices and federal and state laws regarding non-profit operations

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