Chief Development Officer: Covenant House Pennsylvania

Who We Are

Covenant House PA is a force united by a promise to end youth homelessness as we know it in Pennsylvania. For over 24 years, we’ve led the way with community health initiatives and advocacy in local communities in Philadelphia and York. Covenant House PA provides shelter and a continuum of care for youth experiencing homelessness or commercial exploitation to make a significant impact with this critical issue.

Covenant House PA strives to perpetuate a culture of passionate, growth-minded professionals who thrive in a team environment and work collaboratively to inspire greatness! We take an ongoing approach to ensure open communication from all levels throughout the organization. 

What you’ll be doing in the role of Director of Development: 

The Director of Development plays an important revenue-driving role as an individual contributor, responsible for planning and implementing an aggressive fundraising strategy to generate revenue for the organization. Specifically, this role will lead all aspects of the organization’s advancement efforts, create and implement the annual development plan, including donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship; cultivation of major planned and endowment gifts; building the foundation for future capital campaign efforts; alumni and community-wide relationship development and stewardship; and major event planning and execution. Strategy, planning, and analytical skills are critical to performance success in this role. This role will proactively build channels of revenue that advance the brand and mission of Covenant House PA( CHPA).

The Director will manage an advancement team, support Board level committees and collaborate with other senior leaders to advance the mission of CHPA by identifying, attracting, and securing revenue in support of the organization’s financial sustainability. In addition, the Director will demonstrate effective leadership and mobilization of volunteers, increase corporate relationships, meet market fundraising goals and build awareness for Covenant House PA.
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Director of Staff: Youth Empowerment for Advancement Hangout (YEAH Inc.)


All questions can be directed to Please do not apply if you do not have experience in ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: Directing and Leading Teams, Program Management, Court Systems, Case Management, Finances, and Clinical. background.

**To be considered, you should be pursuing or have a LSW or LPC .

Schedule: 12 noon to 8pm, in person

Travel: Based upon the needs of the program, travel will consist of visiting sites, attending meetings, court and any other YEAH Philly event

Details: This position is slated to start July 2024 or October 2024

Summary: Youth Empowerment for Advancement Hangout (YEAH) is a Black-led, community-based non-profit supporting teens and young adults in West and Southwest Philadelphia ages 15 to 24 who are impacted by violence. YEAH works to create safe and authentic hangout spaces by providing culturally relevant engagement and implementing teen led interventions to address the root causes of violence. Utilizing teen action through peer led mediation and conflict resolution, community engagement, and economic opportunities, YEAH interrupts the cycle of youth community violence. YEAH acknowledges teens and young adults as the experts of their own lives and prioritizes pushing back against oppressive systems and addressing structural barriers that often lead to violence.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: The Director of Staff will be responsible for the oversight and coordinating of day-to-day financial, operations, programming, clinical and case management, staff supervision, and administrative office tasks that help YEAH Philly function as a new and growing organization. The Director of Staff will also provide support and directly supervise programs, case management, clinical and court advocate staff.  Examples of duties include providing weekly supervision meetings with staff, conducting staff evaluations, creating and implementing performance and improvement plans, debriefing and assisting with case reviews or problem solving issues that may arise with clients. This position will directly supervise up to 15 program staff at a time.  This position will work with various staff members and be supervised by YEAH Philly’s Executive Team.
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Staff Accountant: Camden Coalition of Healthcare

Position Summary

The Staff Accountant, reporting to the CFO at the Camden Coalition, collaborates closely with the organization’s financial team. This role primarily focuses on managing and controlling the General Ledger accounts and business transactions of the organization. It involves applying Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), conducting analytical work, and conducting comprehensive reviews of financial records to ensure accuracy and compliance.

Essential Functions

  • Review and confirm alignment of expenditure coding with budgets and grant funding.
  • Assist with month end procedures according to published deadlines.
  • Complete bank account reconciliations and analyze activity.
  • Assists with providing required support for external financial audit.
  • Follow internal controls and recommend process improvement where needed to ensure accuracy and to maintain integrity of financial data.
  • Participate in ad-hoc projects as requested or assigned.
  • Assist with customer invoicing for HIE and other contracts.
  • Assist with accounts receivable aging and collections.
  • Manage the expense reimbursement platform and process.
  • Provide support to the Finance Team.

Non-Essential Functions

  • Attend relevant training as necessary to maintain professional certification and/or knowledge.
  • Adheres to CCHP’s guidelines and ensures the appropriate handling of sensitive information.
  • May work non-traditional hours based on operational needs and to meet the needs of the community.
  • Completes special projects specific to the function of the department or as needed for the department.
  • Other duties as assigned within the scope of position expectations.

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Director of Finance & Administration: First Person Arts

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Founded in 2000, First Person Arts, Inc. (FPA) is a Philadelphia-based not-for-profit 501 ( C ) 3 organization incorporated in 2000. Our core belief is, “… everyone has a story to tell, and that sharing our stories connects us with each other and the world.” The mission of FPA is to transform the drama of real life into memoir and documentary art to foster appreciation for our unique and shared experiences. FPA CULTIVATES true, personal stories through three principal programs: Monthly StorySlams; The Annual First Person Arts Festival; and, Year-Round Applied Storytelling Workshops and Events. FPA ARCHIVES stories in-house digitally and online via our YouTube Channel as a source of content and to document our social and cultural history. FPA SHARES stories annually through digital media products, including: Commonspace – a monthly radio hour and podcasts on NPR-Affiliate, WHYY, The FPA YouTube Channel and, The FPA podcast.

Position Overview

FPA is seeking a Director of Finance to strategically oversee and manage financial operations, including financial record-keeping, budgeting, and forecasting. You will report to FPAs’ Executive Director and work closely with board treasuer and team members to revise and create new financial policies and procedures, apply for and report on grants, budget for FPAs’ growth and track progress, and carry out other finance tasks as needed. In addition, you will help to plan and guide a long term strategic financial plan for the organization.

As FPAs’ work rapidly gains prominence, the Director of Finance has the opportunity to steward the organization’s growth into its next phase.

We are a small team, with an adaptive organizational structure. Position descriptions are therefore approximate, not inclusive of all possible job duties, and dynamic: applicants should be comfortable and excited to try new things, learn, and pitch in to support colleagues as needed. We are looking for a motivated and self-starter who can work both independently and as a collaborative team member dedicated to promoting FPAs’ mission and committed to FPAs values: diversity, inclusivity and empowerment. nimbleness, innovation and empathy.
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Associate Director of Development: Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art


The Associate Director of Development works to secure finding to advance Brandywine’s educational programs, exhibitions, conservation work, strategic initiatives, and capital projects; and is responsible for raising significant contributed revenue through funding from individuals, the community, and family foundations; tracking and managing a contributed revenue line and coordinating prospect research for potential museum and conservancy donors.  A key focus of this work will be building the Circles, two new $10,000 membership groups.  In addition, this person will work on an impending capital campaign.

This position is a key member of the development team, working closely with senior leaders and staff to meet fundraising goals. The successful candidate will have experience designing and implementing non-profit advancement plans, meeting annual fundraising goals, stewarding, and retaining donors, and maintaining strong working relationships with colleagues and support staff.


  1. Create and execute a multi-year development plan to meet the position’s short- and long-term financial goals through both existing and new fundraising opportunities.
  2. Cultivate strong relationships with potential sponsors and major donors. Solicit and secure support from major donors for Brandywine programs.
  3. Oversee Brandywine’s Circles program, growing support at the $10,000+ level and coordinating activities and events to recruit and engage donors at this level and above.
  4. Meet with and qualify potential donors to the impending capital campaign.
  5. Proactively engage the Chief Development Officer, Executive Director/CEO, board members, and volunteers in suitable fundraising initiatives.
  6. Actively identify and cultivate new donors and develop strategies for their engagement.
  7. Work collaboratively with colleagues to identify funding needs and assist in matching existing organizational priorities with potential grant opportunities.
  8. Prepare and present monthly fundraising updates to the Chief Development Officer, Museum and  Conservancy Directors and Executive Director.
  9. Assist the Development team with other duties as needed or assigned.

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Part-Time Chief Financial & Administrative Officer: The Better Angels Society

The Better Angels Society (TBAS) is the pre-eminent organization supporting excellence in American history documentaries to advance education and civic engagement. The organization raises funds to support films in partnership with public media, and its programs provide resources and recognition to an inclusive array of documentaries by established, emerging, and student filmmakers.

TBAS is committed to supporting a diverse community of organizations and individuals through inclusive excellence. We recognize the value of differences and differences of opinion and promote inclusion that reflects the multicultural nature of our nation, including those who experience discrimination or underrepresentation.

The Chief Financial & Administrative Officer (CFAO) will report to the President & CEO. This dynamic and multi-faceted position will play a key role in advancing the strategic growth of a small but complex organization. The CFAO will be responsible for all aspects of the organization’s financial reporting and controls financial planning and analysis, treasury operations, banking relations, investments, tax, audit, payroll, and human resources. The CFAO is the sole finance and HR staff member and will work collaboratively with a small staff focused on fundraising and programs, along with a financially savvy Board of Directors. The position is part-time, 30 hours/week, and fully remote with a flexible schedule. Annual travel is required for two board meetings and two staff retreats.

The CFAO will perform all finance and administrative functions, including accounting, HR, and IT. The CFAO will ensure the organization’s financial health, lead budget development and tracking, implement organizational and personnel policies, manage external vendors and contracts, and oversee fiscal partnerships. The CFAO will have an affinity and appreciation for TBAS’s mission and will be process-driven and results-oriented. The CFAO will have a proven ability to translate vision and strategy into a clear financial plan with measurable goals.

The CFAO will demonstrate tactical and visionary financial leadership, able to “deep dive” into the details while staying focused on the organization’s overall financial health. In an organization of this size, the CFAO will perform a range of tasks, from organizing expense reports to meeting with the Board of Directors. The successful candidate will have demonstrable professional experience in establishing effective internal systems, supporting a dynamic remote staff, and thinking creatively and strategically.


Financial Management & Strategy

  • Perform all accounting functions, including managing accounts receivable, fixed assets, accounts payable, and payroll, booking revenue and expenditures, and monthly reconciliations of all bank accounts.
  • Maintain the financial records in accordance with GAAP, including the tracking of all restricted assets and re-grants to public media partners. Provide accurate and timely monthly financial statements to the CEO and Board of Directors.
  • Work with the Fundraising & Finance Committee to manage the investment portfolio. Monitor cash flow needs and direct changes in the portfolio as needed. Ensure compliance with all financial and investment policies.
  • Guide the annual budget process, including reporting to the Board,  and manage a budget of $6.8M.
  • Manage all aspects of the annual audit and the preparation of the IRS 990 tax return, communicating with the Audit Committee and managing the relationship with the external audit firm.
  • Track and report on the organization’s financial position, including cash management, and provide monthly operational updates to the Board, CEO, Senior Director of  Operations & Stewardship and Program Director.
  • Engage with TBAS staff to craft fundraising proposals, assist in the development of a membership program, implement fiscal sponsorship arrangements for individual films, and support the establishment of planned giving initiatives and an endowment fund.
  • Strategize with the Board, CEO, and Program Director in building the organization’s financial sustainability.
  • Seek cost-saving interventions as possible and appropriate.

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Development Manager, Donor Relations: Moore College of Art & Design

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About Moore:

Moore College of Art & Design is a historically all-women’s undergraduate college that has evolved to admit nonbinary and trans undergraduates, as well as co-educational continuing education and graduate students. Founded during the original industrial revolution to advance women in new fields, under principles of inclusivity and opportunity, our mission is more relevant than ever, as technology, sustainability, and diverse cultures drive and influence new and existing industries.  We strive to create a community of employees and faculty that mirrors our student body and offers a range of academic perspectives in their fields.  ​We welcome candidates who value diversity and support the inclusive culture we seek to nurture at Moore. The world needs Moore. For more information, visit and follow us on social media @moorecollegeart.


Moore College of Art & Design offers a time off package consisting of 41 days paid throughout the year for holidays, winter break, vacation and personal days. In addition, we provide 2 weeks of sick time and offer a great benefit package including health, dental, and a 403b plan with an immediate match and 100% vesting.


Moore College is seeking a dynamic addition to its fundraising team who will support the operations of a quick-paced and ambitious advancement office. Using Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, the Development Manager will be Moore’s Database Administrator and will improve gift processing and acknowledgment; assist with the creation of reports, queries and data files; ensure that development staff is trained in the proper use of the database; develop and implement policies to guide data entry; and ensure that the database effectively captures alumni and donor information in order to generate accurate financial and analytical reports. The Development Manager will also assist staff with prospect research and implementing the College’s annual stewardship program.
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Director of Events: Independence Seaport Museum

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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.
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