Executive Director: The Village of Arts and Humanities

The Village of Arts and Humanities is an iconic, 36-year arts and community development organization rooted in Philadelphia’s deeply disinvested Fairhill-Hartranft neighborhood. Our mission is to support artists and Black community residents to imagine, design, and build a more just and equitable society.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, The Village seeks a strategic and community-oriented Executive Director to provide mission- and values-driven leadership, and management across all aspects of the organization. This person will oversee a $2.5-3.5M annual budget,a team of 16 full- and part-time team members, and a body of more than 20 teaching and visiting artists per year.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated experienced leader to join a highly respected and rapidly growing organization. The Village is prepared to offer a very attractive compensation package, including a competitive base salary between $120,000-$135,000.

Programming & Marketing Manager: Performance Garage

Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate:
$50,000.00
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate:
$50,000.00

Marketing:

The Programming and Marketing Manager is responsible for the overall promotion and execution of the marketing packages for renters of the PG, their classes, rehearsals, and workshops. This includes overseeing social media tools including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, as well as a quarterly online newsletter (Mailchimp), e-blasts and limited print materials. Additionally, the Programming and Marketing Manager develops content acting as videographer or photographer for use in communications and social media. This may include editing video testimonials, and basic graphic design and layout work.  In consult with the Development department and the Board of Director’s Gala Committee, the Programming and Marketing Manager oversees and helps implement tasks related to a special-events, such as the yearly Gala, and may include producing, printing and mailing of invitations, cultivation of silent auctions, catering, spirits, and sponsorships.  The Programming and Marketing Manager is responsible for all administration tasks related to Marketing.
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Special Project Program Officer: PA Humanities

The Organization:

PA Humanities is a fast-paced, high impact organization that works closely with communities across the state to put the humanities into action to create positive change. We are connectors and hands-on innovators who help bring Pennsylvania’s creative and dynamic projects to life. As a leading voice for the cultural sector, we advocate for a future where everyone has access to the resources and tools to lead change in their communities. Our team has a strong commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging principles. We are passionate about the humanities and dedicated to putting people first, innovating and growing, sharing tools and building networks. Learn more about us at pahumanities.org.

PA Humanities is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

The Role:

The Special Projects Program Officer develops, manages, and produces content for a portfolio of community-based programs and grantmaking across the state that demonstrate the impact of the humanities in action. This position is part doer and part strategy, a program producer who can both create content with communities and imagine new learning opportunities with them.   With a demonstrated ability to collaborate within diverse communities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, you will expand our civic engagement and education initiatives while producing new lines of programming and grantmaking to build up our statewide engagement, visibility, and resources. This is a full-time opportunity with responsibilities encompassing program strategy, development, and management. In addition to managing day-to-day program and partnership activities, you will produce and expand lines of community-based programming, grants, and special projects.
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Creative Strategist: Fresh Artists

Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate:
$70,000.00
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate:
$75,000.00

About Fresh Artists:

Fresh Artists is an innovative nonprofit located in East Falls, Philadelphia that empowers compassionate, creative, and capable K-12 public school children to partner with corporate America to tackle the critical shortage of arts funding in our nation’s public schools. Fresh Artists installs artwork in corporations to advocate for quality public art education and raise funds to deliver innovative visual art programs and art materials to public schools struggling with shrinking budgets.

Overview of the role:

Fresh Artists is seeking a Creative Strategist who wants to make a social impact and take on the challenge of developing and implementing strategies to grow our fundraising initiatives, corporate partnerships, and Corporate Art Program.

Looking for someone with: 

  • Strong leadership skills and has exceptional ability to motivate, manage, and mentor staff.
  • Excellent written, oral communication and presentation skills.
  • Strategic thinker and social innovator.
  • Goal oriented person who sees the big picture, plans, and puts thought into action.
  • Extensive experience in marketing, strategic planning, and fundraising.
  • Knowledgeable of greater Philadelphia’s philanthropic and corporate landscape.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize appropriately.
  • Thrives in social situations and make meaningful connections.
  • Passionate and cares deeply about the future of our nation’s children.
  • Creative and loves the arts and have a strong knowledge of visual arts, art procurement, curation and or educational programs.

Requirements:

  • 7+ years marketing, fundraising and strategic planning experience for small to mid-sized organizations.
  • Work with the Executive Director (ED) and President to guide the mission, purpose, and priorities of the organization.
  • Set annual monetary and programmatic goals and work with the ED to create budgets according to short- and long-term goals.
  • Fundraising by working with the ED and President to maintain and grow our contributed revenue.
  • Develop and implement individual and institutional giving strategies.
  • Manage and maintain Donor Perfect donor management system.
  • Grant writing and management.
  • Work with the President and Executive Director to identify and pitch our Corporate Art Program and partnerships to current and potential corporate partners.
  • Design and implement a marketing and communications strategy to increase fundraising efforts and grow our Corporate Art Program.

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Development Services Manager: Tyler Arboretum

Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate:
$40,000.00
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate:
$50,000.00

The Development Services Manager (DSM) is a unique opportunity to work with the tight-knit development team at Tyler Arboretum at a time of great growth and excitement.  The DSM will be responsible for ensuring the complex day-to-day operations of the department are running smoothly.  Competitive candidates should be ready for the processing, printing, mailing, and data management associated with the Development department, and be committed to the delivery of excellent customer service to the Tyler community. Working in a department with grants, major gifts, corporate and foundation relations will allow you to learn about each of these important aspects of development work at Tyler.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

-Day-to-Day Operations: Process, fulfill, and service all revenue and giving programs administered by the Development department, such as membership and auto-renewals, regular and monthly donations, the Library Pass program, sponsorships, corporate memberships, and more.

– Answer Inquiries: Serve as the primary point of contact for members, donors, and others to contact the Development department via phone and email.

– Volunteer and Seasonal Staffing Management: Use your excellent people skills to manage volunteers and/or interns.

– Reconciliation: Interface with Accounting department to ensure data consistency between the accounting software and ALTRU database.

– Mailings: Process department mailings and/or emails for membership, annual giving, bequest appeals, stewardship and invitation mailings, and more.

– Events: Represent Development and perform key duties at donor cultivation and stewardship events, fundraisers, members-only programs, and the membership sales table (requires some nights and weekends).

– Database: Act as the point person for Development data management, entering and pulling data accurately for lists, reports, and other uses. Serve as one of Tyler’s key database administrators, continually finding improved ways to use Altru and assisting other departments with database questions or tasks as they arise.
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Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships: Main Line Art Center

The Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships will be a key part of the Art Center’s leadership team. They will be responsible for the cultivation, management and solicitation of individual gifts, annual giving, corporate funding, and some grant writing. They will also be responsible for the proactive identification and cultivation of strategic partnerships within the business and philanthropic communities of greater Philadelphia. They will have proven success in identifying and cultivating relationships with prospects and donors and the acquisition of large gifts. They will work with the Board and staff in order to meet the funding goals of the Art Center.

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

This position includes a benefits package including fully funded health and dental insurance and matching SIMPLE IRA plan. Staff are also encouraged to take a free class each term.

Foundation, Corporate and Government Funding:

  • Establish and maintain relationships with existing corporate and foundation donors
  • Continually research opportunities for funding through individual, foundation, and corporate channels
  • Maintain annual grant calendar and execute all renewals
  • Write targeted grants and reports for awarded grants in collaboration with Co-Directors
  • Solicit corporate sponsorship for programs including summer camp, exhibitions, community and accessible programs, among others
  • Proactively seek out beneficial partnerships within the business community through participation in committees, groups, and events
  • Handle all aspects of the Center’s participation in the EITC (Educational Improvement Tax Credit) program including renewal and identification of new EITC partners

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Director of Human Resources: Mural Arts

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 process, rooted in the traditions of mural-making, to create art that transforms public spaces and individual lives. Mural Arts Philadelphia exists to provide transformative experiences, progressive discourse, and economic stimulus to the City of Philadelphia.

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

Director of Human Resources

Mural Arts Philadelphia seeks a full-time Director of Human Resources to build and oversee the organization’s Human Resources Department. The position will formulate, implement and administer legally compliant policies, procedures and best practices for the organization. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Director of HR will be an integral member of the Executive Team. The successful candidate will be an experienced HR professional who is both a strategic thinker and is willing to be hands-
on with day-to-day responsibilities. This role will partner with Mural Art’s department / program leaders to plan, coach, and offer guidance in employee relations matters, while ensuring compliance and fully supporting the organization’s mission and vision. The
primary responsibilities of the Director of HR include policy development and administration, compensation and benefits, talent management (recruitment and retention), performance management & development, employee information management, compliance, as well as culture initiatives with focus on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB).
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Environmental Program Manager: Glen Foerd

Position Description:

Glen Foerd seeks an energetic Environmental Program Manager to manage its environmental programs and work directly with youth and the public throughout the year. The Program Manager will lead Glen Foerd’s summer teen environmental program; its youth boatbuilding initiative; its summer kayaking program; and its public environmental programs. This position will also oversee the organization’s community garden and will serve as Glen Foerd’s representative to the Riverways Collaboration. The Environmental Program Manager will manage seasonal employees and will report to Glen Foerd’s Executive Director.

Qualifications:

  • At least two years of experience developing and implementing programs designed for youth from diverse communities
  • Demonstrated experience designing public programs in partnership with community members
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Experience conducting water quality tests
  • Significant on-water experience with kayaks, rowboats, and/or motorized boats
  • Experience working with Eventbrite; Mailchimp; Squarespace; Typeform; and Canva is a plus
  • Valid driver’s license

Compensation:

$42,000 – $48,000 annually, healthcare benefits

Glen Foerd strives to build a team that reflects the diversity of the communities it serves. We especially encourage applicants from traditionally underrepresented groups to apply.

Education Level:

Bachelor’s Degree
To Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to rossmitchell@glenfoerd.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Lindy Scholars Program Manager: Drexel University

The Program Manager will lead the planning, support, and implementation of Drexel-operated programs that support middle school students in university-supported schools. The Program Manager will focus on the key strategy of this program, which is building connections between Drexel students and local middle school students using a two-pronged approach: by developing and offering project-based programming to middle school students; and developing and managing customized campus tours on Drexel’s campus that are appropriate for a middle school audience.

Essential Functions

  • Develop a strategy to recruit student groups to develop and offer programming to middle school students in OST space. This may include a process for developing and evaluating RFPs, outreach to student organizations, and/or recruitment presentations to student groups.
  • Act as connector between school community and Drexel groups.
  • Provide onboarding support and logistics for Drexel students and faculty and staff advisor, including meeting regularly with each student group to offer ongoing coaching and feedback to improve programming.
  • Work closely with OST and school staff to align scheduling between university and school district calendars.
  • Identify alternate opportunities for students and faculty to engage in serving middle school students.
  • Manage multiple projects and stages of program design and implementation Essential Edit Remove
  • Build the capacity of Drexel community members in supporting neighborhood-based middle school partnerships.
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for Enrollment Management and Student Success (EMSS) to develop a Drexel University campus tour that is targeted to engage and motivate middle school students.
  • Provide on-the-ground support to middle school groups visiting campus as well as coordinating transportation and lunch as needed.
  • Develop evaluation tools and regularly evaluate program with support from OST partners, including developing surveys and other tools.
  • Prepare reports for external program funder and UCP Drexel leadership.
  • Provide and post content on appropriate professional social media accounts.

Application Deadline: December 20, 2022

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Bilingual Collective Impact Coordinator: Ceiba

Ceiba is a Latino non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the economic development and financial inclusion of the Latino community through collaborations and advocacy aimed at ensuring equitable access to affordable housing.  The Bilingual Collective Impact Coordinator spearheads efforts to promote equitable community development in the Latino community.

Responsibilities: Include but are not limited to:

  • Work with the Executive Director to ensure the efficient running of the Ceiba – Latino Equitable Development Collective (Ceiba – LEDC)
  • Oversee and coordinate the project management of Ceiba – LEDC Work Groups: Housing, Economic Development,  Neighborhood Identity, Education
  • Write narrative reports for internal and external distribution
  • Keep up to date on public policy matters relating to equitable community development.
  • Represent the Ceiba – LEDC at meetings, conferences, presentations, and other events
  • Work a flexible schedule, including some weekends
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

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