Staff Accountant: Philadelphia Museum of Art

We Are Committed to an Inclusive Workplace

At the Philadelphia Museum of Art, we actively seek to employ a diverse group of people who embody our organizational values. We welcome and encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply, especially those from marginalized and underrepresented groups in the museum field, who are inspired by our shared purpose and enjoy working collaboratively with others.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, citizenship or immigration status, color, disability, ethnicity, familial status, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other protected status.

How You Will Contribute

Reporting to the Controller, the Staff Accountant is critical to the execution of the daily accounting function of the Museum and, as such, the successful candidate must work efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced and multi-faceted environment.  This is a great position to master a variety of accounting and operational processes while supporting a critically important mission.  This individual will bring poise and diplomacy to their interactions with colleagues, visitors, and other members of the PMA community.  Additionally, they will bring creativity and ingenuity to help further automate processes.

Specifically, you will:

  • Support accounts payable process, including allocation of expenses to accounts, departments, grants; obtaining appropriate approvals; and maintaining a high standard of accuracy.
  • Perform monthly general ledger account reconciliations and analysis.
  • Prepare and enter assigned monthly standard and adjusting journal entries.
  • Perform reporting and analysis of operational data, such as memberships and attendance.
  • Assist with grant reporting requirements.
  • Assist in the annual independent audit process.
  • Assist with streamlining processes through automation, including assisting with system assessments, testing, and implementation.
  • Assist with payroll and HR related tasks.
  • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

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Budget Manager: Philadelphia Museum of Art

We Are Committed to an Inclusive Workplace

At the Philadelphia Museum of Art, we actively seek to employ a diverse group of people who embody our organizational values. We welcome and encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply, especially those from marginalized and underrepresented groups in the museum field, who are inspired by our shared purpose and enjoy working collaboratively with others.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, citizenship or immigration status, color, disability, ethnicity, familial status, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other protected status.

How You Will Contribute

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Budget Manager will oversee the organization’s budget process in collaboration with the CFO.  This role will strengthen the existing budget procedures, formalize the process with written procedures, identify and implement training opportunities, and establish relationships with financial stakeholders to create a cohesive and collaborative process that informs the annual budget.  This position thoroughly understands the established KPIs to ensure requests are aligned with these goals.  This position will produce reports on projections, costs, forecasts, and expenditures to evaluate the budget status throughout the fiscal year.  They will notify the CFO and other financial stakeholders of discrepancies and make recommendations for budget adjustments and transfers.

Specifically, you will:

  • In consultation with the CFO, establish standards and procedures to guide the administration of organizational budgeting.
  • Create strategies to optimize our organization’s budgets and spending.
  • Monitor spending patterns across the organization and implementing measures to promote adherence to budgets further.
  • Implement and maintain accounting best practices to ensure the financial good standing of the organization.
  • Provide financial analysis and strategic input to facilitate high-level decision-making by management.
  • Communicate complex accounting concepts to management and staff.
  • Formulate and developing departmental and organizational budgets with relevant financial stakeholders throughout the organization.
  • Maintain solid relationships with key senior leadership and financial stakeholders throughout the organization.
  • Report and explain budget decisions to internal financial stakeholders.
  • Prepare pre-established guidelines and instructions for the budget planning and forecasting process.
  • Maintain budgets for all fund types of the organization.
  • Provide support to financial stakeholders for all aspects of the budget planning process.
  • Prepare monthly reports for all financial stakeholders and quarterly forecasts to senior management.
  • Interact with the Grants and Projects staff to ensure budget management to ensure proper management and tracking of budgets.
  • Manage annual salary budget file and ensures salary increases align with the organization’s respective union agreements and KPIs.
  • Manage the processing of budget adjustments and transfers, changes of sources of funds, and salary transfers.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

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Executive Director and Director of Development: Chester Charter Scholars Academy Foundation

About the Company:

Chester Charter Scholars Academy Foundation is dedicated to supporting educational excellence at Chester Charter Scholars Academy. With a focus on fundraising and fund development, the Foundation aims to secure resources that empower the school to provide high-quality education to students in the Chester community.

Candidate Profile:

An ideal candidate for the Executive Director and Director of Development role at Chester Charter Scholars Academy Foundation is an accomplished development professional with a robust background in strategic fundraising, organizational development, and management in a non-profit setting. Possessing a minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible development experience, this candidate has a proven track record in successfully leading development strategies and campaigns, particularly within the education sector. This individual excels in articulating a compelling vision, aligning strategic goals with the Foundation’s mission, and has a deep commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Their experience in driving successful fundraising initiatives positions them as a transformative leader poised to elevate the impact and financial sustainability of the Foundation through exceptional interpersonal skills, enabling them to foster strong relationships with major donors, Board members, and key stakeholders. An advanced degree in Nonprofit Management, Business Administration, or a related field is preferred.
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Director of Communications: World Affairs Council of Philadelphia


The Director of Communications oversees the design and implementation of communications, marketing, outreach, social media, website, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) strategies and tools.  This includes coordinating with colleagues and external partners to develop the annual communications calendar and utilizing various tools to achieve the following: create general communications, attract participants to World Affairs programs for youth and adults; grow the World Affairs brand and position across the region; increase membership; media relations; and partner closely with the Development team.  This position will oversee key external vendor relationships for public relations, website, branding, and CRM (Salesforce) and will work with regional partners on collaborative messaging.  This role works closely with the President & CEO and the leadership team to ensure that organization-wide goals are defined and met.  This position reports to the Senior Vice President of Programs. Direct reports of this position include the Digital Content Manager.


Communications Planning, Management, and Implementation

  • Through a collaborative approach, develops and implements an annual communications and marketing calendar.
  • Serves as the curator and steward on external communications including drafting content and reviewing copywriting done by others to ensure a consistent organizational voice utilizing key messaging.
  • Strategizes and actions key communications pieces including but not limited to: annual report, newsletters, event descriptions, fundraising appeals, remarks for staff speaking engagements, standard presentations, flyers, marketing tools, and letters written on behalf of the organization.
  • Leads story-finding initiatives to identify impactful experiences that can be utilized to advance World Affairs.
  • Maintains key messaging, including visual (photos and video) and written forms, for consistent use across the organization.
  • Leads website oversight and strategy, including content of all types and maintaining the digital “press room” and media relations webpage, in partnership with staff and an external vendor.
  • Manages design, procurement, inventory, and distribution of marketing tools such as tablecloths, flags, pop-up banners, giveaways, small, branded gifts, and related items.
  • Manages the budget for all communications, marketing, and related vendor contracts.
  • Collaborates closely with external partners and organizations on aligned communications for joint projects.
  • Manages vendor selection and relationships such as, but not limited to: public relations, branding, website, giveaway items, printing service providers, photography, videography, and customer relationship management (CRM)

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Communications Manager: Arden Theatre Company

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Arden Theatre Company seeks an experienced professional for a management position in the company.  Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications, the Communications Manager is responsible for implementing awareness initiatives and supports a broad range of communication efforts. The Communications Manager will work with the organization’s public relations agency to complete the designed campaigns. The Communications Manager will be responsible for press relations, promotions, and partnerships – including campaigns that include Old City District, Old City Dining Partners, Visit Philadelphia, Pennsylvania250, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance & Theatre Philadelphia.  The Communications Manager will participate in social media campaigns in cooperation with the Marketing Manager.

This position requires evening and weekend hours.

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To Apply

Please email cover letter, resume, and three references to:

Please include “Communications Manager” in the subject line.

No phone calls please.

Human Resources Generalist: National Constitution Center

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About the National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization devoted to teaching about the Constitution. Located on Philadelphia’s historic Independence Mall, steps from where the Constitution was drafted and signed, it serves as America’s leading platform for constitutional education and debate, fulfilling its congressional charter “to disseminate information about the U.S. Constitution on a nonpartisan basis in order to increase awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people.”

Position Summary

The Human Resources Generalist (“HRG”) will be responsible for a wide range of tasks supporting the daily functions of the HR department including recruiting, hiring, and onboarding staff, administering benefits, assisting with matters of compliance, and helping to enforce company policy and practices. The HRG will also serve an important role as a point of contact for employees’ queries on HR-related topics.

This is a largely in-person role based in Philadelphia, PA with the possibility of some hybrid/remote work.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Support the Director of HR in recruiting, interviewing, and hiring qualified candidates for open positions, and works closely with hiring managers to understand the skills and competencies required for the desired roles.
  • Conduct background checks and ensures that all legal requirements are met by both new and existing employees.
  • Implement a new hire orientation program for both on and offsite employees.
  • Support internship and volunteer programs.
  • Implement staff-centered programs such as wellness initiatives, memberships and partnerships with participating organizations, and educate staff on available benefits.
  • Perform routine tasks to administer human resources programs including but not limited to benefits and leave, compensation, disciplinary matters, performance and talent management, and compliance.
  • Answer employees’ questions on HR-related topics, and hear employees’ complaints, escalating complex and/or sensitive matters to the appropriate staff when necessary.
  • Maintain knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law.
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Please note that the Center may change specific job duties with or without prior notice based on the needs of the organization

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Director of Programs: Bread and Roses Community Fund


Bread & Roses Community Fund (Bread & Roses) seeks an experienced, progressive professional to help advance the organization’s mission to support grassroots organizing for racial, social, and economic justice. Bread & Roses focuses on change, not charity™ with the expressed goal of radically transforming society to make it more equitable and accessible for all.

The Director of Programs will lead the organization’s programs, including management and direction of all community engagement and grantmaking programs, as well as provide leadership, oversight, and evaluation. The person in this role oversees program design and implementation and must be adept at developing management infrastructure related to the overall operations of grantmaking and other programs at Bread & Roses. The Director of Programs will engage movement leaders and community members in setting the strategic direction and guidelines for Bread & Roses’ grantmaking and other programs. Ideal candidates will have experience with models of distributive leadership, managing staff and volunteers, creating and managing budgets, compliance as related to grants, contracts and regulatory bodies, and cultivating relationships with partners and stakeholders, as well as a proven ability to represent organizations in a public-facing role. This position reports to the Executive Director of Bread & Roses, is a key member of the Bread & Roses senior council, and regularly prepares reports for the Board of Directors and relevant Board Committees.

About the Organization: 

Bread & Roses Community Fund is a social justice fund, and Philadelphia’s leading funder of community organizing for racial, social, and economic justice, Bread & Roses’ mission is to effect change, not charity™. Bread & Roses Community Fund connects donors, organizers, and communities to move money to advance grassroots organizing that directly impacts communities impacted by injustice. They provide training and support to movements for change and work to build community across differences of race, class, and gender. Bread & Roses Community Fund directly engages community stakeholders through community-led grantmaking to determine the initiatives and organizations that it supports.

Candidate Profile:

An experienced decisionmaker who understands the evolution of community organizing and can skillfully build trust with staff, grantees, donors and other community stakeholders. The ideal candidate will have advanced professional experience in program design,  implementation, evaluation, and fiduciary oversight and be inspired by mission-driven, community-engaged work. Competitive candidates will have experience in program management, communications, change management, and people management. The successful candidate will be an experienced leader who is comfortable establishing professional boundaries and leading teams in a dynamically changing work environment.
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Director of Development: Legacy of Life Foundation

The Legacy of Life Foundation, a mission-driven organization dedicated to saving lives and strengthening families, seeks a dynamic Director of Development to serve as a key member of our leadership team. In this role, you will:

  • Shape a data-driven fundraising strategy
  • Build and lead a dynamic development team
  • Exceed fundraising goals, making a direct impact on our mission
  • Forge strong partnerships with major donors.
  • Join a vibrant, mission-focused community
  • The Legacy of Life Foundation offers a competitive salary, a 401K with an employer contribution, health benefits, generous PTO, and more!
  • Position Requirements and Details

This is a great position for a mission-aligned development professional who has the skill set to lead a development team with passion and purpose and enjoys using data to inform strategies to achieve results! Requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline
  • 3+ years of successful nonprofit fundraising
  • Proven leadership in team management
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Adherence to mission and core values including faith-based, empathy, commitment, teamwork and growth.
  • Ability to travel within the five counties of Southeastern Pennsylvania Valid Driver’s License and access to reliable transportation with insurance coverage.

Submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to:

Program Officer: Phoenixville Community Health Foundation

Do you want have a positive impact on the community? The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation ( is looking for our next Program Officer to assist our small staff in meeting our mission to improve the health and quality of life for people in the greater Phoenixville region. We do this by increasing equitable access to quality health and human services and promoting healthy communities through grantmaking and collaboration with health, civic, business, nonprofit, and community partners. The Program Officer will 1) work collectively with the Board of Directors and staff on the Foundation’s grantmaking, 2) direct its capacity building and other programs, 3) collaborate with the community to develop and implement solutions to ongoing and emerging health and wellbeing challenges, and 4) oversee the Foundation’s communications. We employ a trust-based approach to philanthropy that emphasizes the development and nurturing of relationships with our nonprofits and wider community. This full-time position reports to the President & CEO.

Key Responsibilities


  • Administers, in collaboration with the staff, the Foundation’s annual grant cycle including reviewing grant applications, conducting due diligence, writing recommendations for the Board of Directors, monitoring progress of grants, conducting learning visits, and reviewing grant reports
  • Responds to inquiries and requests for feedback, prepares and sends grant award letters, grant agreements, and other related correspondence
  • Manages and administers mini grants and the Youth & Philanthropy program
  • Manages the online grants portal, including creating grant applications and review forms and working collaboratively with the Director of Finance and Operations on reporting
  • Stays up to date on philanthropic and nonprofit trends

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Chief of Staff: Healthy Newsworks

Healthy NewsWorks is making a difference in children’s lives. Our health-focused journalism program provides young students in under-resourced schools with skills and confidence that are critical to their
academic success and will help them develop as citizens who can strengthen communities.

Healthy NewsWorks is seeking a Chief of Staff who has strong organizational and project management skills to join a committed team that is focused on significantly expanding our program. The ideal
candidate will not only have the experience and qualifications described below but will be excited about ensuring that as many students as possible gain necessary skills to navigate and succeed in an ever more
demanding world.

The Chief of Staff will work closely with the Executive Director to attain goals articulated in Healthy NewsWorks’ 2023-2027 Strategic Plan, building upon two decades of steady, purposeful development.

The Chief of Staff will play a significant leadership role in fostering community and school partnerships, managing organizational activities, supporting the Board of Directors and Board-led activities, and
working with Healthy NewsWorks staff and consultants on program and strategic plan implementation.

This is a full-time position.


 Jack-of-all-trades, with wide-ranging experience and an eagerness to learn new skills.
 Strategic thinker who is analytical and action-focused in your approach to solving problems.
 Excel at building relationships and networks, with the capacity to work effectively with diverse constituencies.
 Comfortable in front of groups and behind the scenes; thrives on helping others be their best selves.
 Exceptional listening skills, a good sense of humor, flexibility, humility, and an appreciation of community service.
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