Manager, Member Engagement: The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia

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, initiatives, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: tomake Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.

Primary Purpose

The Manager of Member Engagement will serve as the lead coordinator and point of contact for the Middle Market initiative and the Middle Market Action Team (MMAT). They will also manage assigned Chamber members’ experience and benefits by designing and implementing high-touch engagement plans and will oversee 1-2 Member Engagement staff members.
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Director of Communications: 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 Director of Communications leads the organization’s overall communications, public relations, advocacy, and marketing efforts, ensures there is one cohesive voice across the many programs and projects, and directs the lifecycle of engagement and experience for Fairmount Park Conservancy stakeholders. This role is tasked with raising the profile of the Conservancy to create a wider base of support for our work. The ideal candidate must be highly skilled at working with multiple partners across various sectors and simultaneously leading numerous projects.
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Education Program Manager: ACLAMO

Full Time Position

The Education Program Manager provides leadership to a team of passionate teaching professionals and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the five (5) different educational programs: Summer Bridge, After School, ELL, Citizenship classes, ADELANTE, and the Family Literacy Program. The ideal candidate will be a strong written and verbal communicator, experienced in education, and proactive with solutions and adjustments.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide direct supervision to the Education Department Staff:
  • Recruit, screen, and interview applicants for positions in the education department.
  • Provide overall leadership by setting goals and objectives for all of ACLAMO’s educational programs.
  • Coach, mentor, and counsel members of the department and answer questions or give feedback to staff members as needed.
  • Work directly with members of the department to ensure educational activities and events are effective and cohesive within the larger education curriculum.
  • Conduct supervisory meetings at least twice a month with the entire department staff to review progress on program goals and objectives.
  • Lead and assist the Career Coach as well as the Community Liaison between students/ parents, ACLAMO, and the school districts.
  • Assisting staff in leading engaging and practical activities for students.
  • Assisting staff with the administration of assessments.
  • Developing supports for students who require it to foster academic improvements, such as one on one tutoring or small group support.
  • Providing feedback on lesson plans and materials.
  • Facilitating teacher training.
  • Improve an established curriculum for the Education Department that targets set goals and objectives in literacy, math, science, and other core
  • Develop and implement programs to promote staff engagement in preparing English language learner children and parents for academic success.
  • Work closely with the Social Services Director to refer students/parents for information/referral and/or case management services.

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Director of Finance: ACLAMO

The Director of Finance will be responsible for leading and managing ACLAMO’s ongoing financial processes as well as being a trusted partner to the Executive Director on strategic decisions with financial impacts. The Financial Director reports directly to and partners with  ACLAMO’s Executive Director and CEO. She/He will set ACLAMO’s financial policy and direction while also being an active participant in, and driver of, the organization’s overall strategy. She or he will lead all financial administration, business planning, and budgeting. As a member of the senior leadership team, the Finance Director will work closely with a motivated and engaged finance and governance committee of the board of directors. This position includes the following essential functions:

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Will partner with ACLAMO’s Executive Director & CEO on all operational and strategic issues as they may arise; provide strategic recomendations to ACLAMO’s Executive Director & CEO based on financial analysis and projections, cost identification and allocation, and revenue/expense analysis
  • Lead budget development process
  • Manage ongoing financial operations
  • Oversee monthly financial reporting
  • Lead accounting staff and is responsible for basic financial functions such as invoicing, journal entries, and grant reporting
  • In partnership with Director of Development, lead financial aspects of grant management
  • Process bi-weekly payroll
  • Maintain current fiscal policies & procedures for the organization
  • Manage audit & tax reporting processes alongside external service providers
  • Draft management’s financial narrative for Board
  • Create cash flow projections and other forecasting information
  • Implement key financial recommendations provided by external consultants
  • Conduct basic trainings for non-finance staff to ensure skills necessary to fully participate in budgetary process
  • Participate in meetings with other Directors to lead organization’s strategy
  • Provide input and guidance to the rest of the leadership team with respect to financial decisions
  • Other duties as assigned as appropriate and determined by the organization

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Executive Director: Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic (ASCHC)

The EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of the Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic (ASCHC) provides innovative leadership, administrative and financial management, strategic planning, donor cultivation and stewardship, program development and organizational oversight in order to fulfill the ASCHC’s mission. The Executive Director plans, directs, implements, evaluates and continually improves the organization to provide integrated medical, dental and behavioral health care services to low-income, uninsured patients and families using the clinic as their medical home. The Executive Director reports directly to the Chairperson of the ASCHC Board.

 Essential Functions

1. Provide executive leadership, management and development of programs and staff/volunteers to deliver reliable, well-coordinated, family-centered health care services to the underserved community in Bucks County, PA.

2. Direct financial operations to ensure fiscal stability and long-term sustainability of ASCHC.

3. Serve as an integral participant of the Board-led strategic planning process to fulfill the clinic’s mission and the community it serves.

4. Drive fundraising initiatives in the cultivation and stewardship of donors and grantors.

5. Serve as the liaison with the ASCHC Board of Directors and Doylestown Health leadership.

6. Serve as the spokesperson for ASCHC and the community at-large.

JOB CRITERIA AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

    1. Provide executive leadership, management and development of programs and staff/volunteers to deliver reliable, well-coordinated, family-centered health care services to the underserved community in Bucks County, PA.

    2. Direct fiscal operations to ensure financial stability and long-term sustainability of ASCHC with Board oversight and guidance.

    3. Serve as an integral participant in the Board-led strategic planning process to fulfill the clinic’s mission and the community it serves.

    4. Drive fundraising programs in the cultivation and stewardship of donors and grantors. a. Proactively seek opportunities to introduce potential donors to the ASCHC mission.

    5. Serve as the key liaison with the ASCHC Board of Directors and Doylestown Health leadership.

    6. Serves as the Spokesperson for ASCHC and the community at-large

COMPENSATION:

$90,000-$115,000 plus benefits package

To submit your resume and a Letter of Interest, please contact Liz Vibber, lvibber@bbco-cpa.com.

Executive Director: Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS)

BCAS is looking for a highly motivated, visionary, and experienced leader to further enhance its programs, property and position as a Bucks County environmental destination.

The successful candidate will have a strong managerial background, fundraising and grant writing experience, and a commitment to the environment and education.

The position is full-time, with some nights and weekends required, primarily on-site at the environmental education center in New Hope, PA.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field; master’s degree a plus
  • 3-5 years of administrative experience; non-profit experience desirable
  • At least one-year of experience in fundraising, including individual giving, corporate partnerships and grant writing
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Familiarity with SalesForce, Quickbooks, Office 365 and Zoom preferred
  • Demonstrated flexibility and creativity
  • Passion for the natural world
  • A successful candidate must pass the following background checks:

Benefits

Salary range $65,000-$75,000, health care stipend, PTO and flexible schedule

How to Apply

Interested candidates should email a resume and a cover letter explaining 1) what experience, skills and personal characteristics qualify you for this position and 2) why the mission and work of Bucks Audubon appeals to you. Send all information to searchcommittee@bcas.org

Program Manager/Asst Exec Director: Tri County Active Adult Center

Dynamic self-starter needed for growing senior center in Pottstown.  Reporting to the executive director, the assistant 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

Compensation

  • 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

Vice President of Finance: NeighborWorks Affiliates

New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC) is a community development corporation committed to sustainable development in housing opportunities, economic development, vacant land strategies, community engagement, and real estate development. NKCDC advances social equity and economic empowerment by nurturing and creating opportunities for residents to live and actively shape their neighborhoods of choice. To that end, NKCDC provides free resources to residents and businesses in the Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond neighborhoods.

NKCDC has a strong reputation, both locally and nationally, with longstanding credibility of serving as trusted and valuable partner and collaborator. The organization is currently one of only two community development organizations in the City of Philadelphia that are chartered members of the NeighborWorks America network. Our current work using a trauma-informed community engagement model, applying a racial equity lens across the organization, and leading programs at the intersection of health and housing are keeping NKCDC at the cutting-edge of community development. NKCDC draws on the strengths of the communities in Kensington, Fishtown, and Port Richmond — a population of over 62,800, 23% of whom live below the federal poverty level — to make sure neighborhood development benefits all residents.

More information can be found at nkcdc.org.

Function

The Vice President of Finance manages accounting and financial systems for New Kensington Community Development Corporation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, as well as related business and operational affairs of the organization, including financial operations and accounting and information system. The position serves as a key member of the management team and reports directly to the Executive Director. Additionally, the VP of Finance supervises the Accounting Specialist, and works closely with Human Resources and the Board of Directors, the organization’s ruling body. The VP of Finance also serves as a liaison to the Financial Controls Committee.

Reports to

Executive Director
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Partnership Development Director: Philadelphia OIC

Since 1964 Philadelphia OIC has been a leading workforce development and education provider. OIC offers adult and youth populations valuable job training, life skills, digital literacy, high school equivalency preparation, and employment opportunities.

Summary:

The Partnership Development Director manages the daily activities of the Philadelphia OIC’s development programs. This role provides high-level development of goals and strategies for all fundraising campaigns plans and implements marketing programs and special events to maximize prospect donor engagement. This leadership level role is the keystone for all fundraising efforts, including grant research and writing, maintaining a grants calendar, compiling reports, and preparing grant applications. Stewardship of our funding is a critical part of the role, and the Partnership Development Director will ensure that organizational milestones and goals are met and are adhering to approved budgets.

Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Develop and execute Philadelphia OIC’s annual fundraising plan
    • Sets annual monetary goals and budgets according to short- and long-term goals.
    • Maintains a list of potential financial donors including corporations, foundations, and individuals.
    • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations, and corporations
    • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors
    • Overseeing organization of special events
    • Developing and tracking proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising
    • Produces relevant and informative fundraising literature for distribution to previous donors and the public.
    • Research potential sources of, and applies for, grants and public funding.
    • Oversees the fundraising process and maintains records of receipts and disbursements of funds.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.

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Human Resources Manager: Nationalities Service Center

ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND

For 100 years Nationalities Service Center (NSC) has welcomed people from around the globe who seek refuge, hope and opportunity in the Greater Philadelphia area. Our mission is to empower immigrants and refugees to thrive in our communities and pursue a just future. NSC delivers a 360° client experience from early pathways to stability towards long term economic mobility. Our comprehensive and integrated services include housing and community resettlement for refugees, asylees, and victims of trafficking/torture; English language classes; legal protections and remedies; health and wellness; job readiness training and employment placement.  Each year NSC serves approximately 5,000 individuals from over 110 countries.

As a 501(c)(3), NSC currently has 100+ full-time and part-time employees. Our revenue mix includes public grants and contracts, foundation grants, individual donations, fee for service, corporate sponsorships, and earned revenue. Headquartered in Center City, Philadelphia, PA, we are currently operating a hybrid-remote office schedule.

Employment at NSC means joining a resilient, motivated, and global team committed to fulfilling our mission and being ready to stand with immigrants and refugees. We believe it’s important to cultivate a team that is reflective of the communities we serve, and highly encourage individuals from diverse and global backgrounds to apply.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Human Resources (HR) Manager is responsible for performing HR-related duties to support all NSC employees. This position carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: recruitment, interviewing and hiring staff, onboarding, retention, compensation and benefits, training for staff, performance management, and enforcing organization policies and practice.

In collaboration with colleagues, the HR Manager ensures that applicants are properly sourced and recruited and represent the communities we serve; team members are onboarded, developed, and engaged; and managers and team members are utilizing best practices and technical and people support systems to enhance and manage engagement, performance, compensation and benefits, training, and development. The HR Manager is also the HRIS administrator and reports to the Senior Director for Business Operations & Process Improvement.
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