Human Resources Director: Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence


JOIN A FORWARD-THINKING ORGANIZATION THAT HAS BEEN PROVEN TO MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON CHILDREN’S LIVES. Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence (BBBSI) is proud to have achieved a 4-star rating by Charity Navigator, their highest level of distinction. BBBSI is the largest BBBS agency in PA/NJ and fourth largest in the nation. Our mission is to build and support one-to-one relationships to ignite the biggest possible futures for youth. We also strive to strengthen the youth mentoring field through collaboration, training and technical assistance, data collection, and advocacy.


Reporting to the Vice-President, Administration, the Director, Human Resources acts as a strategic business partner to senior leadership on a variety of issues, including leadership development and talent management.  They will cultivate relationships to ensure that HR delivers value, service excellence and operational efficiency. They must be a deft communicator, fostering respect, trust, and collaboration among team members, and possess the ability to manage through change with flexibility and poise.


Leadership, Management, and Accountability

  1. Provide leadership and expertise for the full scope of Human resource functions, including talent management, HRIS, new-hire on-boarding and orientation, credentialing, compliance, employee benefits and compensation, employee relations, legal compliance, wage and hour (FLSA), ADA and FMLA compliance, workers compensation & unemployment administration, HRIS and recordkeeping administration, employee/supervisory training/development; performance management and HR policy development; payroll support
  2. Lead, manage, and inspire one direct report – Manager, Human Resources (Generalist) – toward accountable, goal-based outcomes with emphasis on a) Staff Recruitment, Hiring, Onboarding b) Compensation & Benefits Design/Administration & Payroll and c) Staff Engagement, Performance Management, and Training
  3. Develop annual individual & department goals and objectives; develop and monitor annual HR budget for HR related services and staff
  4. Maintain in-depth knowledge of changing employment regulations; implement policies, procedures and systems to ensure federal and state regulatory compliance and any impending changes; manage federal/state reporting (i.e., EEO, workers compensation, OSHA); ensure all notices and policies are communicated and updated; monitor tracking and prepare reports required for compliance
  5. Serve as primary contact for employment attorneys and Human Resources related government agencies; manage relationships with benefit brokers, obtaining and providing competitive and cost effective employee benefits plans and programs; ensure benefit plan orientations and training
  6. Identify and manage key metrics and analytics to support decisions driving the people agenda for the business. Accountable for ensuring legal and legislative compliance at all times

Organizational Development & Training

  1. Provide guidance and expertise in organization structure and design to ensure support of the short- and long-term goals of the organization. Support leadership on change management initiatives
  2. Provide counsel and leadership to develop training programs that align with Agency strategy and needs. Lead development of organizational training plan, acquire or create content where appropriate, deliver internal trainings, and monitor/evaluate success
  3. Develop and manage new hire orientation and onboarding
  4. Track survey data for training programs and orientation/onboarding; compile best practices data for improvement
  5. Maintain knowledge of industry trends and best practices in workforce development and change management. Assesses organizational need and recommends staff development for the organization

Talent Management & Acquisition

  1. Work with leadership to identify development needs, workforce challenges or talent gaps, and collaborate to develop solutions that address needs and support organizational development, effective talent management, and employee retention
  2. Coach and develop the leadership and management team to work cohesively and effectively, building on their management capabilities and ensuring that they improve the performance and output of their own people resources
  3. Lead talent acquisition for all staff positions, with emphasis on positions at the Director level and above. Interview management- and executive-level candidates, up to final selection
  4. Design and implement external candidate marketing and proactive recruitment programs. Anticipate strategic issues, understand and identify trends and best practices, implementing value added solutions
  5. Develop and maintain relationships with key employment agencies, placement firms, and recruiting job boards
  6. Work with Executive Leadership to review and enhance wage and salary policies and practices

HRIS/Payroll Systems

  1. Manage relationships with relevant technology vendors; maintain a human resource information system and implement other technology and procedural improvements to streamline the HR function
  2. Oversee payroll system, reporting, systems management, and inquiries
  3. Work with HR Generalist on all issues and day-to-day agency and Finance support

Employee Relations & Performance Management

  1. Provide performance management guidance to supervisors and support them in carrying out their responsibilities on all employee matters (coaching, mentoring professional development, disciplinary actions, terminations)
  2. Manage and resolve complex employee relations issues; where applicable, conduct effective, thorough and objective investigations
  3. Manage employee communication and legal issues, and ensure legal compliance
  4. Monitor Performance Management delivery and compliance
  5. Provide coaching and recommendations to management and leadership teams on employee relations and performance management issues
  6. Conduct employee exit surveys and interviews, track trends, and make recommendations to leadership

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Human Resources, Business, Psychology; Master’s degree in HR or business-related field preferred

Professional: Minimum of 10 years of comprehensive Human Resources management experience, with a minimum of 5 years supervisory experience, required. Prior experience leading an HR function in a non-profit, preferred. Deep understanding of current HR trends in compensation, benefits, and performance evaluation frameworks and fluency with primary HR functions.  Understanding of best practices and experience in building inclusive and engaged workplaces; cultural awareness and sensitivity with lens on racial and gender equity.  Demonstrated ability to foster trust & teamwork among direct reports, peers and throughout the organization. Ensure the professional development for all direct reports. Strong verbal, written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills.  Able to work well with individuals at all levels, both within and outside the organization.  Able to successfully manage multiple tasks, projects and priorities simultaneously.

Personal Attributes:  Demonstrate leadership, dedication, and an interpersonal savvy that helps establish effective relationships and an appropriate rapport with people; attentive and active listening skills; results/outcome oriented; approachable, organized; and demonstrate sound judgment in a leadership capacity.  Function well in a fast-paced environment, display a strong level of commitment and enthusiasm, demonstrate flexibility, and team player.  Motivated to help deliver the core mission.  Our best employees 1) set the bar high 2) are intentional and thoughtful about their choices 3) collaborate as a means to community solutions 4) are positive, can-do, and solution-oriented 5) embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion, and 6) are accountable and get it done


Cover letters and resumes can be submitted online at:  Note: only those applicants believed to be viable candidates for this opportunity will be contacted. No phone calls or 3rd party solicitation please.

BBBSI promotes a culture of inclusion and seeks talented staff from diverse backgrounds.  BBBSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected factor.

Director of Communications: Alliance for Decision Education

Position Description:

Reporting to the Executive Director (ED), the Director of Communications will set and guide the strategy for all communications (including earned media, branding, website, social media, and organizational collateral) to consistently articulate our mission and engage our stakeholders and the general public. The Director of Communications will significantly increase awareness of Decision Education and the organization with relevant stakeholders and the general public, and ensure that the Alliance is viewed as the primary reference and disseminator of information within our diverse constituency.

The Director of Communications will work closely with a senior peer group within the organization as the communications partner on a variety of strategic initiatives and will lead the Communications Department.


  • General
    • Develop, implement, and evaluate an annual communications plan across the network’s audiences in collaboration with the Alliance and constituents
    • Put communications vehicles in place to create momentum and brand awareness, as well as to test the effectiveness of communications activities
    • Track and measure the level of engagement within the network over time
  • Earned Media
    • Develop and manage all media contacts and significantly improve our organization’s visibility beyond its immediate constituency through earned media and other PR efforts
  • Content Creation and Management
    • Lead the generation of online content that engages audience segments and leads to measurable action. Decide who, where, and when to disseminate
    • Manage the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic collateral including, but not limited to, newsletters, brochures, annual report, e-newsletters, social media postings, and websites
  • Website/Social Media
    • Mentor and lead team members and vendors responsible for the Alliance for Decision Education’s websites’ administration and coordination
    • Coordinate webpage maintenance – ensure that new and consistent information (article links, stories, and events) is posted regularly
    • Coordinate social media engagement – ensure that new and consistent information is posted regularly


The Alliance for Decision Education is seeking an accomplished Director of Communications who has at least 7 years of communications experience, ideally in an “in-house” leadership role within a complex (based on number and variety of constituents) entity (nonprofit or for-profit). The ability to take knowledge and transform it into exciting and useful messages, and disseminate it to the right audiences through the best distribution channels is critical. The ultimate goal is to build an active, engaged, and growing community of interest.

Qualifications of an ideal candidate include:

  • Master communicator, story-teller, and brand ambassador
  • Exceptional writing/editing and verbal communication skills
  • Passion for Decision Education and the Alliance’s mission
  • Earned media expertise and significant experience with respect to other aspects of communications, including branding, content creation, stakeholder communications, website management, and social media
  • Experience building movements, coalitions, or networks and bringing together new constituents
  • Experience developing and implementing communications plans and strategies; a strong track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently
  • Sincere commitment to working collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff and board members, donors, and other supporters and collaborators
  • Relationship builder with the flexibility and finesse to “manage by influence”
  • High energy, maturity, and leadership with the ability to serve as a unifying force and to position communications discussions at both the strategic and tactical levels
  • Self-starter and entrepreneurial; able to work independently; enjoys creating and implementing new initiatives
  • Experience or interest in education and/or cognitive science is a plus

About Us

Organization Description:

The Alliance for Decision Education is an educational nonprofit dedicated to the belief that better decisions lead to better lives and a better society. Our mission is to improve lives by empowering students with essential decision skills.

The Alliance for Decision Education is gathering education and industry leaders, researchers, policymakers, teachers, program providers, and parents from across the country to ensure Decision Education is part of every middle and high school student’s learning experience. We are building the field of Decision Education and creating a national movement that will make a difference in the lives of students for generations to come.

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Please email your resume, a cover letter (stating minimum salary requirements and where you learned about the job opportunity), and samples of previous communications work to by June 30, 2020. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. The Alliance for Decision Education is an equal opportunity employer.

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Development Manager: Bread & Roses Community Fund

Do you love creating and maintaining systems? Are you known for your attention to detail? Are you a database maven? Do you value developing authentic relationships with a diverse range of people?

Bread & Roses Community Fund is the leading funder of grassroots organizing for racial, social, and economic justice in the Philadelphia area. We bring together a community of donors, community organizers, and other allies of movements for change around a shared goal of radically transforming individuals and society. Every year, we raise from the community nearly every dollar that we give out, and the community decides where those grants go.

Key responsibilities

  • Support creation and implementation of strategies for donor cultivation, stewardship, and engagement.
  • Manage constituent relations databases and any affiliated files.
  • Process all incoming gifts, including database entry and acknowledgment.
  • Oversee and conduct donor research.
  • Contribute to planning and successful execution of all fundraising events.

Skills and experience

  • Solid fundraiser: Fundraising experience, preferably with individual donors, paid or volunteer and with a community organizing mindset.
  • Database experience: data entry, report creation, advanced queries, and solid understanding of data integrity. Extraordinary attention to detail.
  • Event management: Experience planning a variety of events from start to finish. Strong project management skills and follow-through.
  • Customer service approach: Demonstrated ability to authentically build trust, credibility, and goodwill with a wide range of audiences and across race and class.
  • Mission alignment: Shares our vision of liberation for all people and our theory for change of movements as the key strategy to get us there.

This is a full-time position based in Philadelphia. The development manager will report to the director of communications & development. Occasional evenings and weekends are required.

Salary range is $40,000 to $45,000 based on experience; benefits package includes generous paid time off, 100% employer-paid health, dental, and vision coverage, FSA for health and childcare expenses, 401(k) with employer match after the first year, and more.

How to Apply
We strongly encourage Black people, indigenous people, people of color, women, LGBTQ people, elderly people, and people with disabilities to apply.
Email resume and cover letter as one pdf to No phone calls, please. The deadline to apply is July 10 with a projected start date of September 1. We appreciate all applicants, but we can only respond to those best qualified for the position.

Associate Chief Operating Officer: Uncommon Schools

Company Description

Uncommon Schools is a non-profit network of 54 outstanding public charter schools in grades K-12 across New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. Our mission is to start and manage outstanding urban public charter schools that close the achievement gap and prepare students from low-income backgrounds for success in college and beyond. We are accomplishing that mission every day, with a college graduation rate that is well above the national average and thousands of stories of our students and alumni achieving their dreams.

Job Description

Location(s): within their placement region; travel to other Uncommon regions will be required


The Associate Chief Operating Officer (ACOO) oversees school and regional operations within their region, in conjunction with the Managing Director of Operations. The ACOO is responsible for ensuring that the schools in their region operate at the highest level, with systems in place that allow teachers and Principals to focus on instruction and academic achievement. The ACOO ensures excellent school operations through direct management of a “portfolio” of Directors of Operations (leaders in each school who manage all non-instructional aspects of the school). The ACOO reports to the Managing Director of Operations.


We are seeking an experienced operational leader who will set a high bar for school operations and will achieve that vision of excellence by managing and supporting a team of Directors of Operations. The ACOO must be able to effectively build their DOOs’ capacity to run high-functioning, operationally excellent schools. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

School Management

  • Effectively support and develop a team of school-based Directors of Operations; ensure outstanding school operations through their core areas of responsibility, including but not limited to:
    • Daily School Systems
    • Facilities
    • Financial Management
    • Technology
    • Food and Transportation
    • Government Reporting
    • HR & Personnel
    • Assessment & Program Evaluation
    • Enrollment Management
    • Operations Leader Collaboration
    • Operations Team Management
    • Student & Staff Culture
  • Hold DOOs accountable to performance metrics (Operations Dashboard, Operations Inspections, Mid-Year Evaluations, etc.), and support them in improving performance and meeting goals.
  • Create, implement, and monitor cross-Uncommon operations initiatives in their regions (e.g. aligned toolkits for State Testing and School Launch; PD session facilitation and follow-up).
  • Steward a leadership culture for DOO teams within regions.
  • Ensure that school leaders are correctly implementing policies/procedures and intervene when needed if serious issues arise.
  • Oversee hiring, on-boarding, management, and evaluation of all operations staff, including Directors of Operations and school-based operations teams.

Leadership & Collaboration

  • Partner with ACOOs within and across regions to ensure consistent implementation of operations priorities.
  • Work seamlessly with Assistant Superintendent(s) to facilitate the support of Principal/DOO co-leader pairs for schools that they jointly manage.
  • Partner with regional school support team on all region-specific initiatives and systems (e.g. enrollment, Child Nutrition, government reporting, other projects identified through annual strategic planning).
  • Serve as the liaison between schools in their region and Home Office teams to identify issues and implement sustainable solutions.
  • Serve as an exceptional role model as a leader and manager, investing deeply in supporting and developing team members and growing their capacity to learn, contribute and engage in the work of the team and organization.



  • Significant experience in school operations management.
  • Demonstrates a high bar for excellence in school operations.
  • Able to effectively manage team members to concrete outcomes.
  • Excellent communication and relationship-building skills and ability to work towards a common vision with various stakeholders (e.g. school leaders, regional leaders, Home Office teams, Uncommon parents).
  • Able to effectively prioritize between multiple high-leverage, high-risk issues; impeccable judgment and understanding of the implications of decisions on schools and stakeholders.
  • Able to thrive in a fast-paced, high-change organization; flexible.
  • Excellent organization, time management, and follow-up skills; ability to demonstrate an appropriate sense of urgency.


·       3-5 years of experience in school or non-profit operations management

  • Experience managing a team to outcomes.
  • Strong commitment to the organizational mission.
  • A bachelor’s degree.

Additional Information

Uncommon Schools offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package.  Aside from extensive professional development, all our staff members are equipped with a laptop computer, email, and all necessary supplies.

Uncommon believes in the importance of being a diverse, equitable and inclusive organization that enables our students and staff to thrive.  We are committed to building a talented team that reflects the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our students. At the same time, we work to ensure an inclusive community through creating a space for important dialogue about issues of race and identity for our staff and students.  As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.


Project Assistant (P/T: 25 hrs/wk): Philadelphia Children’s Alliance

The role of the Project Assistant is to work collaboratively with the Northeast Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (NRCAC) Training and Resource Coordinator and project staff to manage logistics, fiscal reimbursements, data collection, and reporting for training and technical assistance activities for the NRCAC Training and Technical Assistance Project. This position is supported by a federal grant from the Department of Justice/Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Programs (OJJDP). Consultants are paid by the grant recipient, Philadelphia Children’s Alliance (PCA).

General Responsibilities:

The Project Assistant is responsible for administrative tasks, fiscal oversight, and technology support of the NRCAC Training and Technical Assistance Project.

Event Planning and Logistics Management

• Prepare training materials, track training registrations and respond to participant requests

• Manage lodging blocks and individual reservations

• Create and send logistics memos

• Follow up after trainings

• Complete Conference Cost Requests and Post Reports for funder


• Manage requirements for non-staff facilitators, consultants, and contractors

• Process, code, and track expenses

• Develop and manage Chapter Development/Training Grant RFPs and annual sub-grants

• Work with PCA finance department on NRCAC activities as needed

• Maintain most up-to-date information on Department of Justice fiscal information/updates to the financial guide

Database Management and Data Reporting

• Salesforce database management, develop and generate custom reports

• Compile and upload training-related and other documents to Google Drive

Marketing, Social Media, and Technology

• Social Media content posting and generate data reports

• Host and manage Zoom meetings/online trainings

• Maintain calendar of events on various funder and partner agency website

Education/Experience Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree in related field – diversity valued

• Self-starter with ability to work independently and as a team member

• Dependability in following through on projects within set timeframes

• Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to multi-task

• Proficiency in computer applications (e.g. Microsoft Office, Power point & Publisher) and Information Technology applications (e.g. WordPress, Salesforce, Zoom, Social Media)


The Project Assistant will report to the Project Director and work collaboratively with the NRCAC Training and Resource Coordinator on all grant activities and responsibilities.

Salary based on qualifications and experience. PCA/NRCAC is an equal opportunity employer. This position is approved and funded by a grant provided through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. This position is contingent upon receipt of continued funding of the NRCAC Project by the U.S. Department of Justice.

How to Apply


Clinical Director: Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia

Clinical Director

Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia seeks a Clinical Director to provide oversight and direction to the Counseling Center. The ideal candidate possesses a Master’s degree and LCSW or Ph.D. in Social Work, Psychology or related mental health discipline required and at least five years of experience providing outpatient mental health services to children, adolescents and adults. Experience, supervision and/or training in individual, family and group therapy also required. This person will be providing clinical supervision to LSW level staff therapists working toward their LCSW. The Director assumes primary responsibility for developing a shared understanding and vision of clinical and programmatic processes and goals and facilitates a team approach to program development tasks. The Director reports directly to the Executive Director of AVP.

Applicants must have criminal, child abuse, and FBI clearances within the last 5 years. Applicants should send a resume/CV and cover letter to The subject line must read Clinical Director. The cover letter must include salary requirements. Salary starts at $60,000+ commensurate with experience.

Video or phone interviews will be conducted because of the ongoing public health crisis. Applicants will be contacted only if selected for an interview.

The Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia (AVP) is an equal opportunity employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained staff. Women, minorities, people with lived experience, disabilities, fluency in languages other than English, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. In compliance with applicable laws and in furtherance of its commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, AVP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy and parenting status), disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status or genetic information in its programs or activities, including employment, admissions, and educational programs.

Clinical & Personnel Supervision Responsibilities:

  • Manages a staff of 5-7 Master’s level clinicians and one case manager.
  • Receives referrals from FMV and other sources, records receipt, assigns cases to appropriate Center staff and interns, and maintains record of outcome of referral.
  • Schedules regular, weekly clinical supervision for all therapists and additional supervision or consultation on an as-needed basis, including oversight of staff clinical record-keeping tasks, such as maintenance of chart notes, treatment plans, assessments and activity logs.
  • Supervises the case manager who oversees referrals from the Medical Examiner’s Office and conducts outreach to co-victims of homicide, including assistance with VCAP.
  • Convenes bi-weekly clinical meetings to provide opportunities for clinical supervision of cases and discussion of various administrative issues.
  • Provides discussion of program development issues and refining procedures that support and help rationalize delivery of direct services.
  • Oversees clinical record-keeping and data entry of Therapists.
  • Oversees the professional performance of Center staff and performs annual staff performance reviews and evaluations of interns.

Program Development & Training Responsibilities:

  • Supervises preparation of statistical and narrative reports, as required, for existing funding sources regarding Center activities. Compiles demographic, activity and outcome statistics.
  • Implements, designs, and modifies program evaluations and outcome measurements as necessary.
  • Ensures regular communication by Center staff with victim advocates regarding such issues as the status of cases referred by victim advocates to the Center and identification of co-victims currently receiving therapeutic services.
  • Coordinates, schedules and facilitates training for staff members as well as those activities provided by Counseling Center staff members to other mental health, human service, educational, and criminal justice professionals on topics related to trauma and grief.
  • Attends networking meetings with schools and other organizations whose services interface with those of the Center or are part of the network of agencies providing services to victims of violence.

Direct Service/Case Management Responsibilities:

  • Provides psychotherapeutic services to children and adults who are direct or indirect victims of violence on an individual, family, or group basis as appropriate.
  • Participates in providing crisis assistance in schools or other locations where groups of children and/or adults have been traumatized by violence.
  • Participates in providing internal and external training workshops.
  • Initiates and maintains contact (as needed) with referral sources.
  • Initiates and maintains contact with other professionals who may be resources for psycho-social support for the client, for example, victim advocates, Assistant District Attorneys, clergy, etc.
  • Initiates or attends meetings (as needed) with outside professionals for the purpose of promoting the progress and recovery of clients in treatment, advocacy, or educating representatives of other systems regarding the needs of co-victims of homicide and other crime victims.
  • Attends preliminary hearings and trials in support of clients and to provide psychological debriefing for clients following involvement with the criminal justice system.

Internal Administrative Tasks

  • Ensures staff have accurately recorded time and submitted timesheets and electronically approves staff timesheets.
  • Records hours worked daily and submits semi-weekly timesheet promptly.
  • Monitors staff data input to ensure that staff members are entering records into the database on a regular basis.
  • Prepares monthly activity reports and other reports as required.
  • Completes other forms and paperwork as requested by AVP Executive Director.


Deputy Director: Concilio

Founded in 1962, The Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations – Concilio, is the oldest Latino organization in Philadelphia. Concilio was founded to recognize and voice the needs of Philadelphia’s Puerto Rican and Latino communities. Our core value to improve the quality of life in our community means partnering with local government, community agencies, educational institutions, and the private sector. Most importantly, our mission is influenced by the community’s voice. Concilio is proud to have a well-established reputation for providing culturally relevant family support and child welfare services.

General Overview:

The Deputy Director works closely with the agency’s Executive Director and Board of Directors. The Deputy Director manages the organization in the absence of the Executive Director. The highly qualified individual appointed to this position will coordinate and oversee all administrative program functions and supervision of program managers at Concilio overseeing the Family Social Services and Community Based Services departments. This position has responsibility for overseeing grant compliance, quality assurance and agency data management. The Deputy Director works closely with the Executive Director to establish and achieve fundraising goals for the agency in the areas of foundation, government, individual and corporate support. The Deputy Director assists the Executive Director with strategic planning and coordination of the organization’s programs, projects, and policy positions.


  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Business Administration, Public Administration, Non-profit Administration or related field strongly preferred.
  • Minimum 3-5 years in a senior level position within a non-profit agency.
  • Ability to analyze data to ensure sound quality and program outcomes.
  • Excellent writing skills and the ability to synthesize information from different sources and present it in a variety of written formats and styles for various audiences.
  • Bi-Lingual (English/Spanish) strongly preferred.

Job Type: Full-time


  • supervisory: 5 years (Required)
  • Quality Assurance: 5 years (Required)


  • Spanish (Preferred)

Additional Compensation:

  • Bonuses

Work Location:

  • One location


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off
  • Flexible schedule
  • Parental leave
  • Professional development assistance
  • Tuition reimbursement


  • Monday to Friday
  • On call

Company’s website:


Company’s Facebook page:

  • @Conciliophilly

Work Remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19
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Manager of Victim Services: Philadelphia Children’s Alliance

(Full-time, Exempt)

Mission: The Philadelphia Children’s Alliance (PCA) is an independent non-profit organization that promotes healing and justice for sexually abused children in Philadelphia. Using a multidisciplinary approach, we collaborate with our partners in child protection, law enforcement, and medical and mental health services to provide forensic interviews, victim support and counseling services at the Philadelphia Safety Collaborative, a co-located child-friendly facility. We are committed to using best practices and we promote this model locally and nationally.

Position Summary: Reporting to the Associate Director of Programs, this position oversees the functions of the Victim Services Department. The Manager of Victim Services provides direct supervision to the Victim Services Family Advocates and encourages culturally sound supportive service to the victim children and their families.  The Manager of Victim Services maintains a close eye on the day-to-day functions and a careful review of documentation and referrals to ensure quality. This role also delivers direct service and is a “working manager.”

Key Responsibilities include the following:

Program Management

  • Provide clinical support to the Victim Services Program and Staff.
  • Coordinate overall services in a team approach with other Program managers.
  • Assume a leadership role in recruitment of all new Victim Services Family Advocates and provide training for these positions, which consists of development of training schedules, orientations, binders of all PCA services and protocols, binders of relevant research, and intensive instruction and supervision.
  • Provide initial training and clinical supervision of PCA’s Victim Services program staff, MSW interns, and volunteers, including program monitoring and evaluation.
  • Assign cases to Family Advocates daily.
  • Provide direction to Victim Services Program with a view toward the national standards and other child advocacy centers around the country.
  • Assure state-of-the art methodologies, practices, and programs in all areas of Victim Services work.
  • Maintain an up-to-date training log for all Family Advocates and Interns to ensure training requirements are met in accordance with the highest standard.
  • Work closely with the Manager of Clinical Services to help develop practices for referrals and assessments for in-house clinical services.
  • Participate in case conferencing activities, which includes collecting information to help track cases through the criminal justice system and ensuring that children and families are receiving comprehensive services.
  • Maintain up-to-date referral resource lists to be utilized to ensure families are referred to agencies that can assist with providing support and monitoring their needs.
  • Monitor referrals for mental health services to ensure that families are being offered appropriate services.
  • Screen all mental health referrals and submit to Manager of Clinical Services as appropriate.
  • Serve as part of the administration team for the on-site medical clinic and assist with monitoring referrals made for exams, utilization of the calendar, scheduling transportation, and checking in patients.
  • Complete weekly review of documentation of all Family Advocates in NCAtrak and ensure errors are corrected for quality assurance and compliance with PCCD reporting and VOCA regulations.
  • Facilitate and supervise non-offending caregiver psycho-educational support group at PCA and child self-esteem support groups at PCA.
  • Maintain knowledge of all PCCD/VOCA grant requirements, including but not limited to, code of ethics, case tracking requirements, certification requirements for professionals and volunteers.
  • Maintain knowledge of and adherence to National Children’s Alliance standards, particularly regarding Victim Services, Case Conference, and Case Tracking.
  • Enter, track, and report on client and team satisfaction measurements.
  • Maintain and manage resource library of appropriate materials on sexual abuse for children, families, the community, and volunteers.
  • Under direction of Associate Director of Programs, assess, evaluate, and continuously improve Victim Services support programs such as caregiver meetings, referrals, follow-up contact, court support, and support group services. Assessment, evaluation, and continuous improvement of multidisciplinary team relationships and collaboration.
  • Other duties as assigned, including, but not limited to, projects related to the management and development of PCA, including grant writing and fundraising endeavors.

Direct Service on Assigned Cases

  • Serve as Family Advocate for support/information to families during Day-of-Visit to Alliance, including explanation of the process and going over the Victim Services folder, containing all consent forms, sharing of information forms, and VOCA forms, as needed.
  • Serve as Family Advocate for support/information to families referred for Victim Services only, including explanation of the investigative process, services available and making referrals for all supportive services needed by the family.
  • Provide Victim Services to all CSEC referrals for MH treatment submitted by outside providers.
  • Serve as interpreter and liaison between families and all affiliated agencies for assigned cases, including making referrals for mental health treatment, medical examinations, etc.
  • Provide individual crisis counseling to non-offending caregivers and complete appropriate screening for trauma-symptoms indicating the need for mental health treatment.
  • Coordinate Crisis Assessments of clients who need an emergency behavioral health evaluation.
  • Serve as a rotational on-call responder to after-hour cases to coordinate a team to provide a forensic interview, victim support services, and childcare.
  • Assist with providing court preparation for families, teaching and demonstrating court process and assisting with formal Court School Program.

 Data Tracking   

  • Assist in tracking cases from report through investigative outcomes, prosecution, and treatment.
  • Maintain an effective tracking mechanism (NCAtrak) to manage cases from initial investigation through court support, medical/mental health intervention and treatment.
  • Complete a weekly review of investigative outcomes to create the agenda for Case Conference and assist with facilitation of monthly case conference.
  • Regular data collection to track and measure victim support services to ensure that performance of victim services program meets or exceeds agency goals.

Victim Services Community Interfacing

  • Represent PCA at city-wide health fairs and other community forums as appropriate.
  • Provide educational trainings as necessary on CAC model, PCA services, and Victim Advocacy.
  • Participate in community coalitions and teams, including monthly meetings of the Philadelphia Coalition for Victim Assistance, the DHS multi-disciplinary teamings, DHS Sexual Abuse teamings, and the Pennsylvania Coalition for Victim Assistance Programs when appropriate.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Strong supervisory and management skills and collaborative, team-building work style.
  • Ability to complement and encourage excellence in a culturally diverse workplace.
  • Excellent customer service skills and cultural competence.
  • Maturity, discretion, and professionalism.

Education and Experience

  • Master’s Degree required and appropriate clinical experience in services to sexually abused children.
  • At least two years of supervisory experience.
  • Self-development, workshops, and other experiences to demonstrate drive for continuing education.
  • Digital literacy including knowledge of Office Suite and database functions.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; presentation experience helpful.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Application Process: Submit cover letter and resume to with “ Manager of Victim Services” in the subject line.

Equal Opportunity: PCA recruits, hires, compensates, trains, and promotes qualified individuals in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, or by any other basis protected under applicable law.

Managing Accountant: Asian Arts Initiative

The Managing Accountant works with the Executive Team on financial policies and procedures; budget management and accountability; reporting internal and external stakeholders. This position will supervise staff and consultant financial support positions.

Key Responsibilities


  • Reconcile general ledger and maintain workpapers for balance sheet and all bank accounts, monthly.
  • Conduct monthly journal entries, including depreciation, recognition of prepaid expense, accruals, reversal of accruals, reclasses of expenses or income, etc.
  • Monitor the cash receipts log and ensure timely deposits are made.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain processes and controls that are current best practices related to transaction processing.

Compliance and Reporting

  • Review budget vs. actuals and generate expense reports monthly, identify and report variances and work with appropriate department personnel to ensure compliance.
  • Reviews and reconciles quarterly payroll tax reports with general ledger payroll expense; check payroll to ensure federal tax payments are made.
  • Monitors organizational credit card use, access and account.
  • Responsible for financial reporting which includes cash flow analysis, monthly financial reports, monthly projections and financial reports for government and private-sector grants.
  • Prepares records and reports for year-end audit by independent audit firm. Performs pre-audits for all appropriate sources.
  • Creates and maintains breakdowns of functional expenses assuring that administrative expenses are kept in-line.


  • Supports the implementation of strategic goals and objectives.
  • Assist with the development of budgets. Manage and track organizational and departmental budgets where relevant.
  • Prepare financial scenarios as requested.
  • Staff liaison to the Board of Directors Finance Committee.
  • Positive attitude and willing participation in a small team dynamic. Willingness to work outside of main responsibilities and serve as an organizational ambassador as advised by supervisor.
  • Lead and/or collaborate on fundraising activities where relevant.

First Year Success Criteria

  • Organizational budget filings are delivered consistently and on-time in collaboration with external and internal teams.
  • The organization’s financial processes are clearly documented and staff are utilizing the processes successfully.
  • Financial reports are timely, accurate, appropriate, and provided with context for analysis and implementation by Executive team and Board of Directors.


  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business related field.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of financial reporting, grant accounting and budgeting.
  • Proficiency with accounting software. QuickBooks Online preferred.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google Media, Home & Office and Social features.
  • Strong analytical, quantitative, problem solving and technical skills; superior attention to detail.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information and high ethical standards.
  • Commitment to organizational values of social justice and equity.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Excellent time management skills; ability to perform multiple tasks and meet critical deadlines while maintaining accuracy and quality.
  • Proven ability to make complex and time-sensitive decisions in the best interests of the organization.
  • Nonprofit or industry related experience.

Hours and Compensation

This is a full time permanent exempt salary position at approximately 40 hours/week. Evening and weekend hours may be required. Evening and weekend hours may be required. The salary is $45,000-$50,000. The position is eligible for AAI’s medical and dental group plan, a commuter pass benefit and a generous paid time off package on a prorated basis.

Education Level:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business related field
To Apply

How to Apply 

Interested candidates are invited to send to

  1. A cover letter a) stating where you learned about the opportunity and b) addressing your interest and qualifications;
  2. Resume;
  3. 3-5 professional references with a variety of relationships to the candidate (direct supervisor, direct report, colleague, external partner, etc.);

Applications will be accepted through March 12, 2020. No phone calls please. Applications missing requested materials or submitted after the deadline may not be considered. Candidates selected for an interview may be required to take an accounting skills assessment.

AAI’s services and employment are provided in a nondiscriminatory manner, without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, ability and age. Asian Americans are encouraged to apply.


Organizational Overview

Asian Arts Initiative is a multi-disciplinary and community-based arts center in Philadelphia that advances racial equity and understanding, activating artists, youth, and their communities through creative practice and dialogue grounded in the diverse Asian American experience. Through exhibitions, performances, and community projects, we provide an inclusive gathering place for conversation and exchange of ideas. Our community-based arts initiatives seek out and cultivate innovative models for artists to engage with local communities, with a particular emphasis on working in partnership with our immediate neighborhood. Our primary programs include: 1) Artist residencies, commissions, and presenting of performances and exhibitions for artists to develop professionally and to create socially relevant artwork reflecting community experiences; 2) Year-round out-of-school-time programming for middle school youth, offering creative development and a safe place; 3) Participatory curatorial practices and various community development initiatives in our immediate neighborhood of Chinatown North/Callowhill.

Director of Development & Board Liaison: Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance

The Director of Development & Board Liaison plays a critical role in helping the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance fulfill our mission of leading, strengthening and amplifying the voices of Philadelphia’s arts and cultural community. The Alliance’s work promotes that mission through initiatives that build support for arts and culture, grow and connect with audiences and promote diversity.

The Director of Development & Board Liaison position is an opportunity to hone leadership, project management and fundraising skills in a wide range of activities, including developing institutional funding strategies and proposals, cultivating individual donors and managing board activities. This position advances the Cultural Alliance’s mission and programs by implementing strategies to meet the organization’s contributed income goals.

The Cultural Alliance is mindful of diversity, equity and inclusion and welcomes and encourages individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds to consider this position.

Primary Roles & Responsibilities

  • Work with the Vice President of Development, leadership team and staff to craft proposals for institutional (foundation, government and corporate) funders
  • Prepare effective, timely communications to current institutional funders, including proposals, budgets, reports, acknowledgment letters, etc.
  • Manage and maintain grants calendar
  • Research new and existing institutional funders to support leadership in cultivating prospects and tailoring messaging and projects to address funders’ priorities or evolving trends in the field
  • Track progress and generate departmental reports and budgets regarding foundation, corporate and government giving goals
  • Work closely with staff at all levels of the organization to understand all facets of the Cultural Alliance’s programs and operations and interpret for prospective funders
  • Oversee all aspects of the Annual Fund for sustainability and growth, including messaging and design, list and prospect development
  • Support the Vice President of Development and leadership team in high-end donor circle cultivation and renewals
  • Support the Emerging Leaders Circle, including stewardship, outreach and cultivation and annual programming
  • Manage all board logistics, including meetings, communications and meeting notes and records
  • Oversee all aspects of data maintenance, including salesforce management, gifts processing, donor acknowledgements, updates and reporting

A Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of nonprofit development experience, or relevant education and non-development experience, are required for this position. The Director of Development & Board Liaison must be a team player who possesses strong development, project management, communication, journalistic and record-keeping skills, attention to details and deadlines and a clear and concise writing style. Knowledge of or experience working in Salesforce and financial literacy a plus.

This position is full time and reports to the Vice President of Development. Salary range is $40,000-$50,000 based on skills and experience.

About the Cultural Alliance’s Work Environment:

As the Cultural Alliance serves our members and the broader arts and culture sector, we also celebrate the people who make that vital work possible. We know that as happy, healthy and fulfilled individuals, we are better advocates for the Cultural Alliance and its constituents.

We create an inclusive and supportive environment by practicing respect, empathy and valuing the diversity and perspective of each individual. Through our actions, we are accountable to our mission and values and considerate of each other and our stakeholders. We encourage work/life balance because we know that our unique backgrounds, passions and interests outside of work help to inspire innovative solutions.

We believe that we are all leaders, all possessing important insight into the mission of the Cultural Alliance, and all deserving of opportunities for advancement and professional development. We work as a team to build trust and collaborate in a way in which everyone’s input is heard and their contributions appreciated. We promote creativity and out-of-the-box thinking and challenge ourselves to continually ask what a strong organization looks like.

Education Level:
Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of nonprofit development experience, or relevant education and non-development experience
To Apply

The application deadline is February 17, 2020. Please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to