Executive Director: Phoenixville Free Clinic

Phoenixville Free Clinic (PFC), formerly known as “The Clinic,” is a 501(c)3, licensed, non-profit organization and free health care clinic providing high quality medical services to adults and children who are uninsured and underserved in an atmosphere that fosters dignity and respect.  Founded in 2002 to serve patients in Phoenixville, PA and the surrounding area, Phoenixville Free Clinic is recognized by community and professional organizations for the dedication and quality of care provided by its staff and volunteers.  Medical services include primary care, specialty care and lab services.  A Behavioral Health program was introduced in 2023.

Phoenixville Free Clinic began as the dream of two women, Dr. Lorna B. Stuart and The Reverend Marie Z. Swayze, to create a medical center that would provide comprehensive healthcare to those who did not have medical insurance.  Since opening its doors, PFC has cared for over 175,000 patients in the Greater Phoenixville area and routinely serves individuals facing adverse socioeconomic conditions and multiple health problems.  Between 50-60% of patients are native Spanish or Portuguese language speakers who are served by staff translators and LanguageLine®.

Phoenixville Free Clinic’s mission of providing access to quality healthcare is enabled through partnerships with Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, Independence Blue Cross Foundation, United Way of Chester County, Paoli Hospital/Main Line Health, and Phoenixville Hospital/Tower Health among other community supporters.

Position Summary

The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, finances, fundraising, external relationships, and execution of Phoenixville Free Clinic’s mission in a manner consistent with the vision, goals and values of the organization and Board of Directors.  This position is dually focused on providing day-to-day leadership to staff and volunteers and guiding forward-looking initiatives to reimagine and ensure the long-term sustainability of PFC’s mission into the future.

The Executive Director will play a primary and highly visible role in identifying and developing funding opportunities and promoting collaborative partnerships and connections with a broad range of community non-profits, healthcare providers, private foundations, public charities, faith-based groups, educational institutions, government agencies, and other organizations concerned with access to healthcare services for uninsured members of the community.

Working in collaboration with the board, staff, volunteers and partners, this role sets the vision, builds consensus, and fosters a culture of shared teamwork toward common objectives.  The new leader will bring a resourceful, entrepreneurial mindset to help the organization meet unanticipated challenges, adapt to changes in the healthcare industry, and pivot toward opportunities that align with strategic goals.
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Executive Director: Philadelphia Jobs With Justice

Philadelphia Jobs With Justice is a grassroots coalition organization with a 25 year history of fighting for justice for working people in Philadelphia, both on the job and in our communities. We believe in long-term multi-issue coalition building, grassroots base building, organizing, and strategic action as the foundation for building a workers’ movement. We believe that by engaging a broad community of allies we can win bigger victories. Philly JWJ is an autonomous chapter of a national network of local coalitions. In addition to our mission of building solidarity between unions and community organizations to win bigger victories, our Board of Directors, composed of representatives of member organizations, develops strategic campaigns that build power for working people, particularly working people of color.

In 2018, in collaboration with the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Philly JWJ launched an autonomous domestic worker organizing project to build a broad membership base of domestic worker leaders in Philadelphia and win a Philadelphia Domestic Worker Bill of Rights. In 2020, following the passage of a 10-Year Tax Abatement reform bill that inadequately addresses the funding needs of our public schools, our leadership recognized an opportunity to launch a new campaign for wealthy nonprofits to contribute their fair share of funding to our public schools. After a year of sustained pressure, our campaign member leaders won a $100 million commitment from the University of Pennsylvania to fund the remediation of lead and asbestos in our city’s public schools. In 2022, Philly Jobs With Justice launched a campaign to build power and fight for safe and healthy workplaces for warehouse and delivery workers in Philadelphia. The Executive Director will play a lead role in advancing the goals of the campaign.

The Executive Director’s primary responsibilities include:

Program and Campaign Management:

  • Work with the coalition and Board to develop strategic priorities and plans;
  • Translate strategic plans into actionable steps with measurable benchmarks and outcomes;
  • Manage a coalition of 30+ unions and community organizations;
  • Perform day-to-day programmatic duties and tasks related to coalition and campaign work.

Staff Management: 

  • Create long and short term work plans for staff;
  • Conduct weekly check-ins to track progress and identify growth areas;
  • Promote staff development through identifying professional development opportunities.

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CEO: Prevention Point Philadelphia Prevention Point Philadelphia

Prevention Point Philadelphia (PPP) seeks a visionary Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead its multi-service public health organization dedicated to promoting health, empowerment, and safety for communities affected by drug use and poverty in Philadelphia. As the CEO, you will have the opportunity to shape the future of PPP, driving strategic initiatives, fostering partnerships, and ensuring the delivery of high-quality harm reduction services.

About the Organization:

Prevention Point Philadelphia (PPP) is a pioneering organization committed to meeting drug users where they are, providing non-judgmental, culturally sensitive services such as sterile syringe exchange, mobile medical care, and prevention case management. With a focus on harm reduction, PPP empowers individuals by offering resources and support to address their health and social service needs.

Candidate Profile:

A dynamic leader with 10 years of progressively responsible experience in this or adjacent fields, including at least 5 years of management/leadership experience in a similar role. The ideal candidate will demonstrate cultural competency, financial acumen, and a commitment to harm reduction principles. A higher education degree in public health, social work, or a related field is preferred, however, significant professional experience and demonstrated competency in leading similar organizations and/or experience in adjacent fields such as Healthcare, Business or Healthcare Administration, Human Services, non-profit management are also considered acceptable credentials. Strong candidates will possess strong interpersonal skills, a collaborative mindset, and the ability to navigate complex political environments.

Professional Characteristics: Required / Desired Skills

• 10 years of progressively responsible experience in this or adjacent fields, including at least 5 years of management/leadership experience in a similar role

• A higher education degree in public health, social work, or a related field is preferred

• Strong programmatic and financial management skills

• Experience leading organizational change initiatives

• Direct experience with harm reduction is required, experience working specifically with injection drug users (IDUs) is preferred.

• Cultural competency to work effectively with diverse populations

• Strategic thinking and vision-setting abilities

• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

• Commitment to developing leaders and fostering a culture of care within the organization

• Proficiency in Microsoft Suite and Google Suite applications
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Executive Director: Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity

Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity (PLSE), a nonprofit, non-partisan organization, is seeking an Executive Director. PLSE provides free legal advice and representation to low-income Pennsylvania residents whose criminal records are holding them back from achieving their social and career potentials. PLSE seeks a more equitable social environment for those with criminal records through individual representation, strategic litigation, community education, research and advocacy. PLSE does this by seeking expungements in criminal court and pardons from the Governor; educating elected, business, and community leaders; empowering and organizing under-resourced communities; and leading legislative, administrative and systemic reform.


• The Executive Director must possess strong organizational acumen, supervisory leadership, strategic planning, fundraising, and interpersonal skills; exhibit outstanding judgment; and be a critical thinker.

• The Executive Director champions the organization’s mission and values and leads the development of strategies for the organization’s core priority areas in cooperation with the Board of Directors.

• Executive Director must be adept at balancing internal management with external impact and visibility.

• The Executive Director will be enthusiastic about implementing and embedding people-centric workplace norms, values, and practices that embrace inclusion, diversity, and equity. The Executive Director will welcome difficult conversations, foster connections, build the community, and value collaborative decision-making.

• The Executive Director will possess effective leadership with external stakeholders: corporate and institutional funders, individual donors, law firms, pro bono attorneys, and other legal and non-legal nonprofit organizations.


• Formulate a compelling vision in partnership with the board and staff to advance PLSE’s mission.

• Review the quality of legal work, ensuring appropriate staff oversight and training and monitoring workloads.

• Cultivate, develop, solicit, and steward individual and institutional donors and funders actively and consistently.

• Oversee PLSE’s finances, including preparing and monitoring the budget and annual audit. Manage external accountant’s monthly financial reports and review them with board audit/finance committee. Ensure appropriate financial controls are in place, including written financial procedures.

• Serve as the primary spokesperson and liaison with community and media. Develop relationships and communicate with the media. Participate in speaking engagements and writing about the organization and its impact.

• Connect with individuals and organizations, including pro bono attorneys and community groups, and maintain contacts with other public interest groups.
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Executive Director: La Puerta Abierta, Inc

La Puerta Abierta, Inc is a community-based small non profit which offers pro bono, bilingual, culturally and trauma-informed counseling and  therapy support that is flexible and accessible for the (predominantly) Spanish speaking  community of immigrants who meet our criteria for service. While LPA’s work is  therapeutic at its core, we are responsive to the complicated needs and issues facing this  diverse community, particularly in the context of local and national immigration policies  that create barriers to services and supports that ensure wellbeing. LPA collaborates closely with other clinicians, educators, and community service providers others who  work with immigrants to better understand the broad range of migration, acculturative,  and family stressors that can affect the mental and behavioral health of immigrant youth  and families. LPA’s services include a range of programming designed for newcomer  immigrant youth, particularly those who have arrived unaccompanied, individuals and  families seeking behavioral health support but who face challenges due to legal,  language, economic and social barriers to care.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Executive Director position of La Puerta Abierta provides  the oversight and management of all key aspects of the LPA organizational system that  ensures its smooth, transparent, and effective functioning while developing  opportunities for growth that aligns with the values and mission of the organization and  expectations of all stakeholders.

More general responsibilities include the cultivation of relationships, coordination of  partnerships in the local and international community, all aimed to promote and  maintain the highest standard of mental health care and related support to our most  vulnerable populations of youth and families.

Specific responsibilities of this position include:


• Oversee compliance with all necessary registrations, documents, audits and  state/federal financial records and state/federal subcontracts.

• Maintain and oversee ongoing development and implementation of human  resources support that aligns with the size and scope of the organization. • Oversee the development and dissemination (as indicated) of all training  materials, policies and guidelines that relate to the mission of the organization. • Conduct routine meetings with the Board of Director Executive Team members relating to organizational matters and attend to governance of LPA matters as  needed.

• Oversee the safety, ethical and best practices of all aspects of the organizational  structure.

Leadership and Management (INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL): • Support LPA’s Board of Directors through transparent communication,  participation in board meetings, and providing information to board committees. • Collaborate with the board to define and update the strategic goals and objectives  of the organization.

• Provide guidance and support in the implementation of board-led initiatives. • Cultivate LPA/provider relationships within the local and international  community that relate to the mission of the organization.

• Develop, coach, and motivate management-level staff and provide oversight  regarding all areas of compliance and organizational management.

• Oversee organizational structure, onboarding, recruitment, staff development,  and retention.

• Function as lead coordinator of internship and volunteer recruitment and  oversight.

• Coordinate and co-facilitate interviews and related evaluations of students and  volunteers.

• Develop and implement annual evaluations and measures that inform  advancement of qualified staff as is appropriate.

• Set compensation policy, including benefits for staff and contractors.
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Development Director: CASA Youth Advocates

The Development Director is accountable for achieving the fundraising goals of CASA Youth Advocates through leadership and execution of a strategic development plan, including annual giving, donor relations, special events, corporate partnerships and grants management. The Development Director works collaboratively with the marketing team to create awareness and support for CASA. Development Director co-chairs organization’s Development Committee with a Board member. The Development Director leads a team that includes the Development and Communications Manager and a contracted grant writer.

Key areas of responsibilities include:

1.    Individual Giving Campaigns

2.    Donors Relations and Tracking

3.   Corporate Partnerships

4.   Special Events/Fundraising

5.   Public Relations

6.   Community Ambassadorship

7.    Grant Writing and Grant Management

Design and implement a comprehensive annual development funding plan, which supports the budgeting needs of CASA Youth Advocates and provides future financial resources for growth and expansion. Plan includes: individual giving (including multi-year and monthly giving commitments), major donor giving, grant writing and management, corporate giving, annual appeal, fundraising events, and digital fundraising campaigns.

Utilize designated CRM to collect, organize, and maintain a complete and accurate database record of donors and funding received. Create funding target for donor groups, including individuals, corporations, grants, major donors and Board of Directors. Develop and meet donor metrics; provide monthly reports of results against budget. Oversee and ensure compliance with gift accepting, gift counting, and gift processing policies and procedures.

Develop and maintain positive relationships with donors to ensure retention and expansion of donor commitments. Develop strategies for new donor acquisition and cultivation of new prospects. Support the stewardship of major donors, planned giving (including growing CASA’s endowment), and major corporate sponsors. Plans and executes strategies for donor recognition and engagement, including annual celebration events, personal acknowledgement and cultivation activities, personalized invitations to special events, etc.

Develop strong relationships within the community to foster a positive impact such that companies, schools, civic organizations, and individuals consider CASA Youth Advocates as a local nonprofit of choice for funding.

Provide leadership to the marketing team to ensure positive impact and consistency of CASA’s messaging. Review call to action in all printed and digital marketing campaign materials to ensure effective support of funding goals. Lead and manage major fundraising events, including the CASA Gala and Superhero 5K. Develop and implement program management plans and timelines, sets monetary and attendance goals. Develop and implement sponsorship programs for special events and contracts and manages all vendors. Identify opportunities for additional fundraising and friendraising events, in-kind donation drives, and provides support for individual fundraiser events organized by Board members or other CASA supporters.
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Director of School Culture: YouthBuild Philadelphia

Who We Are:

YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School is a tuition-free, public charter high school, with a singular focus on supporting youth aged 17-20 who have been pushed out of traditional schools. During our 1-year alternative program, Youthbuild facilitates a warm, loving culture that uses a variety of structures to build community, such as a restorative-justice approach to discipline, weekly community meetings, and school-wide service projects. Students are empowered to attain their high school diploma and vocational certifications, while receiving unconditional support by the staff around them. At YouthBuild, we work intentionally to disrupt the cycle of poverty and support our students to achieve post-secondary success (4-year college, 2-year college, vocational training program, or liveable wage job). Visit https://www.youthbuildphilly.org/ to learn more.

The Opportunity:

The Director of School Culture is a member of the school leadership team serving under the Principal who plays a pivotal role in developing the school’s culture systems and structure.  The Director of School Culture will support and build a community that embraces cultural respect and understanding, restorative practices, individualized support and community-building.  This position requires an individual who works collaboratively with faculty, staff, students and families to create and implement initiatives that promote a culture of respect, excellence and perseverance.  Through proactive measures and responsive strategies, the Director will lead a team of assistant deans in addressing conflict, support student well-being, and cultivate an environment where all members of the school community feel valued and supported.

 Who You Are: 

 You are/have… 

  • Invested in our core values – Respect, Excellence and Perseverance.
  • Equity-focused and believe that all students can achieve.
  • Passionate about community service and civic engagement.
  • Excited to mentor students and support them throughout their time at YouthBuild and beyond.
  • Collaborative and dedicated to personal and professional development.
  • A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university and 5 years of experience working in a similar role, required.
  • Experience in leading restorative practices.

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Chief Development Officer: Covenant House Pennsylvania

Who We Are

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

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

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

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

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

About Bartol 

Bartol supports work at the Intersection of arts, education, healing, and social justice. Our objective is to facilitate equitable access to creative art-making experiences that are profound, relevant, and joyful. Bartol Foundation’s grants and programs are specifically designed to support arts education programs created by and for communities historically under-resourced due to racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ageism, ableism, and other forms of oppression. We recognize and support these communities’ abundance of arts and arts educators. It’s important to note that we support programs for everyone, not just young individuals, provided they are actively engaged in the creative and artistic process.

We believe:

  • The arts possess intrinsic value, guiding us in understanding, interpreting, and communicating the core aspects of our lives and community.
  • The arts engage, connect, and educate, supporting young people’s growth into productive, creative adults.
  • The arts foster dialogue, respect, and understanding, thereby building strong communities.
  • Artists play a central role in animating and educating our community about and through the arts.
  • Everyone has the right to engage in high-quality, relevant, and accessible arts practices and experiences.

For more information, please visit www.bartol.org.

About the Opportunity

We are seeking our new Executive Director to join our team at Bartol. Working closely with our team of consultants and facilitators and reporting to the Board of Directors, the incoming Executive Director will play a key role in guiding our organization’s mission of supporting community-led and community-serving arts education programs and teaching artists. This role is a pivotal one in co-visioning and implementing Bartol’s future and maintaining its stellar reputation. This role requires a dynamic individual who can balance various responsibilities, drive the organization’s vision forward, and foster an environment of mutual respect and understanding.

Our ideal candidate will be previously or currently a practicing teaching artist or arts educator, or possess a strong background in arts-based administration and management. They would be based in Philadelphia, and have in-depth knowledge of the city, a strong connection to the arts education field, and a deep understanding and appreciation of its value and impact. Our ideal person would have the preparation and practical experience of being able to work with different partners and constituents, including having the dexterity to navigate relationships with organizations and grantees.
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Director of Program Administration: Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia


The Director of Program Administration (DOPA) reports to the Chief Program Officer and is responsible for the direct supervision of the Program team that carry out scholarship administration. The DOPA will ensure that all CSFP scholarship applicants and families experience the highest levels of customer service. The DOPA will lead the administration of the lifecycle of the scholarship program from application process to award confirmation. They will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with established organizational guidelines and policies. The DOPA will ensure that all scholarship program information is conveyed to families in a clear and concise manner. They will demonstrate a commitment to delivering exceptional customer service and train their team to implement a customer-oriented strategy. The DOPA will manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously to ensure that all scholarship administration tasks are completed efficiently and on time.


All the duties and responsibilities outlined below are essential job functions subject to reasonable accommodation. This job posting should not be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Individuals may have to perform other duties as requested by their supervisor, subject to reasonable accommodation. This position posting is not all-inclusive and will regularly be reviewed.

Program Staff Management/Training

• Lead onboarding and ongoing training for program staff in associate level positions to ensure that team members are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to assist all families.

• Creatively mentor and incentivize a productive Program team, fostering innovation, collaboration, and high performance.

• Develop and implement strategic customer service initiatives, metrics, and plans to provide high quality customer service.

• Maintain a key focus on high-quality customer service for CSFP families.

• Handle escalated customer correspondence, complaints, and inquiries. Effectively lead and manage customer service-related issues and process improvements efficiently.

• Ensure high quality service to all internal and external stakeholders (including staff, applicants, scholarship recipients, school partners, etc.) by always portraying a positive image of CSFP.

• Take time to answer questions and explain decisions; follow through on commitments to constituents in a timely manner; maintain a commitment to continuous improvement.

• Develop and maintain good working relationships with families, coworkers, and school partners.

• Ensure that staff provide excellent customer service to CSFP stakeholders through written and oral responses, as well as timeliness of response. Develop department goals in accordance with our plan of achievement.

• Model high levels of motivation, performance, dedication, and commitment; create, implement, and /or support CSFP initiatives and policies; inspire, encourage, guide, and earn support toward accomplishing individual, team, and organizational goals; adapts leadership style to a variety of situations.
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