Capacity Development Director: Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition

The Capacity Development Director will be focused on helping PICC answer the question: how do we build the organizational capacity, individual leadership, and infrastructure of our movement so that immigrant communities can access the services they need and have powerful vehicles for creating systemic and structural change?

The Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition (PICC) is a statewide coalition of over 60 member organizations, including community groups, service providers, advocacy organizations, labor unions, and faith communities. Our mission is to advance immigrant rights and promote immigrants’ full integration into society by advocating with a unified voice for greater public understanding and welcoming public policies throughout Pennsylvania. To further these goals, PICC leads and supports campaigns to advance immigrant rights at the local, state, and federal levels; builds immigrant electoral power through voter registration and education; provides training and capacity building support to grassroots community-led organizations; and coordinates PA is Ready! – a participatory grantmaking fund.

The Capacity Development Director will lead the work of developing and implementing a movement-oriented capacity building strategy that includes a robust public education program, leadership development, and providing organizational development support. The Capacity Development Director serves as a member of PICC’s leadership team and shapes strategic thinking for the organization, including program development, communications, and planning. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a flexible and team-oriented approach to problem solving, and be excited about building movement infrastructure. Roles and responsibilities of the Capacity Development Director will include:

Capacity Building

  • Develop and lead a robust public education program connected to PICC’s advocacy and campaign priorities
  • Coordinate the Community Navigator program, including hosting regular trainings and supporting a network of program graduates
  • Design training programs for leadership development
  • Work closely with staff to track the most exciting and compelling work of the organization, support participatory learning processes, and write case studies
  • Primary coordinator the annual Welcoming Schools survey and report

PA is Ready! Network and Fund

  • Support PA is Ready! grantees to help ensure successful completion of all projects and outcomes
  • Develop and lead program to provide organizational development support to PA is Ready! network partners and PICC members

Organizational Management

  • Assist with the hiring and training of staff members
  • Primary supervisor of 1-2 staff members and/or interns
  • Collect and report data on agreed project outcomes
  • Represent PICC at local, regional, and national events

Persons of color and from immigrant backgrounds strongly encouraged to apply.

This position can be based anywhere in Pennsylvania and will require some travel statewide. This is a full-time position with occasional weekend and evening hours.

Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of the following:

  • Experience and commitment to working with multicultural and immigrant communities
  • Experience as a project manager, including responding to multiple priorities in a timely manner
  • Experience developing training curriculum and leading trainings and workshops
  • Experience with organizational development, including management, governance, and leadership development
  • Coalition coordination skills and ability to build relationship of trust with long-term allies
  • Interpersonal and communications skills, with an emphasis on the ability to navigate coalition dynamics and support the leadership of immigrant community members
  • Ability to reliably track and report on project outcomes
  • Fluency in a language spoken within Pennsylvania’s immigrant communities (e.g. Spanish, Chinese, etc.)
  • Familiarity with PowerBase and Asana or similar


Benefits include full medical coverage, 5% employer match 401k, wellness program, and paid vacation and sick leave.

Level of Language Proficiency

Preference for candidates that are fluent in a language spoken within Pennsylvania’s immigrant communities (e.g. Spanish, Chinese, etc.)

How to Apply

Executive Director: Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels

ED has overall strategic and operational responsibility; managers 2 part-time employees, vendors and suppliers; provides oversight/coordination of daily food packing; attends Board meetings; emails activity reports to board; actively engages in promoting the organization’s mission.Qualifications: Strong written and oral communication skills; action-oriented, adaptable, and innovative; ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups; basic computer skills (Microsoft Office) & social media; experience working with older adults a plus.For a complete description and/or to apply please send a cover letter and resume to

About Us

Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels is a community-based, non profit organization devoted to meeting the daily nutritional needs of any of our neighbors challenged by illness, disability or age. Respecting our clients’ desire to live independently, our dedicated corps of caring volunteers home deliver two fresh meals each day, five days a week. Forced isolation is avoided; interpersonal relations between client and volunteer develop and individual freedom is supported.

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Director of Philanthropy: International Rivers

International Rivers is thrilled to be expanding our team and accepting applications for our Director of Philanthropy opening. The Director of Philanthropy is key to marshalling the resources needed to power our mission of protecting rivers across the world and defending the rights of the communities that depend on them. As the Director of Philanthropy, you will be a part of our leadership team, and coordinate closely with key staff and board members as well as your team to lead our development program.


International Rivers (IR) works at the intersection of the environment, human rights, and social justice. Working primarily in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, we work with an international network of dam-affected people, grassroots organizations, environmentalists, human rights advocates and others who are committed to stopping destructive river projects and promoting better options. International Rivers brings expertise in big dams, energy and water policy, climate change, and international financial institutions. We support partner organizations and dam-affected people by providing advice, training and technical assistance, and advocating on their behalf with governments, banks, companies and international agencies.


As our Director of Philanthropy, you will lead the design and implementation of the organization’s fundraising strategy, with priority on building our major gifts program. You will also provide critical direct support to managing our grants program, expanding and stewarding support among institutional funders, and building our membership base. You will work closely with the Board, Executive Director, and Management Team—all of whom are committed to playing a role in building the organization—to develop and execute our ambitious plans. As the Director of Philanthropy, you will guide and ensure the steady growth of the organization’s annual income and a significant increase in the organization’s support from individual donors


As the Director of Philanthropy, you will provide leadership around the strategy, management, direct fundraising, and growth of our development program. Specifically you will :


  • Develop and execute long-range fundraising plans that align to the organization’s strategic plan.
  • Develop and execute annual plans that generate the resources necessary to scale-up the ambition of annual program plans.
  • Lead quarterly planning to inform priority fundraising strategies, tactics, activities, and work plans across the organization.
  • Develop and execute fundraising plans with strategic program working groups and regions.
  • Coordinate with and report regularly to the Board, soliciting their strategic inputs and maximizing their contributions to organizational fundraising.


  • Train and manage staff, specifically a Communications and Development Associate and other consultants and staff as the development team grows.
  • Maintain and refine a structured approach to our fundraising systems and processes.
  • Participate in regular leadership team meetings to inform the strategic direction of the organization.
  • Develop and manage organizational income budgets and departmental expense budgets.
  • Facilitate regular meetings with the organization’s Development Working Groups, Program Working Groups, and regional offices to coordinate their role in fundraising and keep fundraising plans on track.
  • Identify and advocate for the resources required to advance International Rivers’ growth aspirations, including consultants, new hires, and staff realignment, and direct the subsequent hiring, training, and management required for any new staff.

Direct Fundraising

  • Manage and build a portfolio of major donors, securing gifts and building long-term relationships with our growing list of philanthropic partners.
  • Play a lead role in ensuring high retention of individual donors and increase in giving levels.
  • Generate opportunities to meet new philanthropic partners, such as finding paths to new networks of donors.
  • Design and oversee our expanded direct mail, phonebanking, digital appeals, and virtual/ in-person fundraising events.
  • Coordinate with program staff to build our foundation income, working toward increases in large foundation grants as well as multi-year grants.


  • Work closely with our Executive Director and other staff in their high-dollar fundraising responsibilities, providing the support and structures necessary for them to succeed.
  • Manage the growth of our digital presence (email list, social media following, optimization of our website).
  • Manage and directly invest in prospect research to build out the organization’s supporter pipeline.
  • Work with program staff to secure and reallocate small grants to a growing number of grassroots and community partners across the regions we work in.


Required qualifications:

  • At least eight years of work experience as a professional fundraiser, preferably for environmental or social justice organizations;
  • A passion for a better and more just world.;
  • A proven track record of effectively soliciting large gifts;
  • Experience in supervising and managing a team toward accomplishing fundraising goals.
  • Demonstrated leadership in designing, managing and implementing a mix of development efforts, including experience in most of the of following: major gifts, planned giving, institutional grants, and membership-building programs;
  • Ability to write persuasively, with strong communications and listening skills;
  • Ability and enthusiasm to build strong relationships across the organization to accomplish our fundraising goals, including with our leadership team and program staff;
  • Experience with budgeting and financial management for a fundraising department;
  • Self-directed and able to work in an independent and team setting;
  • Experience working with people from a variety of ethnic, racial, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds. Cross-cultural competencies and experience in the U.S. or internationally.
  • Ability and willingness to travel within the US, and to work some evenings and weekends. As an international organization, we coordinate across time zones, and there will be a need for the Director of Philanthropy to join non-business hour staff calls. Please note: During the pandemic, our staff are working from home and currently not traveling.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Experience collaborating effectively with small and diverse teams to achieve results.
  • An international orientation and excitement for global work. Bonus if you have experience in the Global South or language fluency in any of the predominant languages in the regions in which we work.
  • Values and can effectively build relationships across regions to understand fully the work on the ground
  • Experience with researching funding trends and identifying new opportunities to effectively link to mission.
  • Experience maintaining donor software platforms and building data management systems for optimum efficiency and impact;

Location: Preference for candidates based in the Bay Area, though candidates in the U.S. but outside of the Bay Area are encouraged to apply. We will consider candidates based in close proximity to major U.S. airports. During the pandemic, all staff are working from home.

Our team: We are a global organization with headquarters in Oakland, CA, and regional offices in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Our staff come from a variety of regions around the globe and backgrounds, including civil society organizations, environmental and public health organizations, start-ups and more. We pride ourselves on being a welcoming place for women, people of color, LGBTQ+ people, various religious and ethic backgrounds, and parents, and we actively strive to be better.


Compensation and other details: This is a full-time position. The starting salary range is $110- $130K, depending on experience and location. The benefits package includes health care, generous paid vacation and holidays, sick leave, and a health care reimbursement account. You will report to our Executive Director. The travel expectation for this position is about 20% time and will primarily involve travel around the U.S. At this point, our staff are not travelling during the pandemic.


Philadelphia, PA

To apply: Please send a resume and cover letter, including your interest in our mission, to Please include “Director of Philanthropy” in the subject line and let us know where you heard about the position. Applications will be reviewed upon your submission, and interviews will be held on a rolling basis until the position is filled. International Rivers is working with Sarah Bennett Consulting to coordinate this search. Please feel free to reach out to Sarah and her team at the email address above with any questions.

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International Rivers is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates regardless of age, class, disability status, ethnicity, gender, race and sexual orientation.

Director of Community Based Health Services: AccessMatters

About AccessMatters

AccessMatters, a non-profit, public health organization located in Center City Philadelphia, envisions a future where every person has the health care and information they need to thrive. In service to that vision, AccessMatters’ mission is to protect, expand, and enhance equitable access to sexual and reproductive health care and information for all people. Our team strives to advance our mission in accordance with these guiding principles: (1) sexual health is an essential component of health and wellbeing across the life span; (2) access to quality, affordable health care – including sexual and reproductive health care – is a fundamental human right; (3) every person, family, and community deserves to be treated with dignity and respect; (4) programs and services should be evidence-based, prevention-focused, and person-centered; (5) organizational excellence is best achieved through a culture of inclusion, diversity, innovation, professionalism, and accountability; (6) clients, volunteers, staff, partners, and supporters should be treated with kindness, dignity, and respect in a trauma-informed and culturally responsible environment; and (7) everyone deserves a caring workplace environment that fosters trust, teamwork, creativity, and work-life balance where work is enjoyable and where staff are supported in their professional development and their pursuit of excellence.

Job Summary

Reporting to the Vice President, Health Access & Service Delivery, the Director of Community Based Health Services provides accountable, operational leadership, oversight, and management of the development and implementation of the full AccessMatters portfolio of HIV programs and community prevention services, including testing and counseling, navigation and linkage to care, case management, clinical network management, and others. This position develops opportunities across AccessMatters’ departments to address needs of underserved populations in our service areas, such as African American MSM, WICY (with particular attention to Black and Latinx youth) and individuals living at or below the federal poverty level, among others. The Director must understand the Philadelphia public health resource landscape and the value of building and maintaining strong relationships with partner organizations.

The Director serves as Principal Investigator/Project Director for several federally funded programs within the HIV services portfolio, including (1) a CDC targeted HIV/STD testing and linkage to care navigation program (named “Brothers United”) (2) a SAMHSA project designed to use the SBIRT model to enhance prevention services for Black/Latinx youth in Philadelphia who positively screen for Substance Use Disorder; and (3) a HRSA Special Project of National Significance (SPNS) (preliminarily named “Sisters United”) focused on improving the retention in care and viral suppression of Black women living with HIV. Additionally, the Director oversees AccessMatters Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program – Part D.

The Director takes a responsibility for ensuring that program goals and objectives are achieved, including the delivery of quality client services are met through team building and supervision of staff, continual monitoring of clinical providers and performance measure data, effective communication, and collaboration with other departments and other agencies. The Director is also instrumental to the larger Health Access & Service Delivery team by assisting the Vice President and fellow leaders with management tasks, including but not limited to programmatic infrastructure development, development and implementation of policies and procedures relevant to managing diverse HASD / CBHS programs and service networks, preparation and dissemination of communications, drafting of reports, contracts management, data monitoring, and training and capacity building activities.

As part of the Senior Management team, the Director embraces and advances the mission and core values of AccessMatters, setting a positive example for staff by uniting colleagues and supervisees in support of the strategic vision adopted by the Board and Chief Executive. The Director helps to provide leadership, direction, and resource stewardship to the organization, while fostering a culture of accountability, professional development, high-performance, and ethical behavior. The Director will be expected to participate in all departmental meetings and activities as needed and other duties as assigned.  As a program leader, the Director also advances AccessMatters’ organizational mission and strategic vision, serving as a role model for staff. This position is full-time and exempt.

Essential Functions:

Reporting to the Vice President of Health Access & Service Delivery, the Director will:

Provide Accountable Senior Leadership and Oversight of all AccessMatters HIV Programs

·        Assure program compliance with federal, state, and local funding agencies, and serve as Principal Investigator/Project Director for assigned projects, including (1) a CDC targeted HIV/STD testing and linkage to care navigation program (named “Brothers United”) (2) a SAMHSA project designed to use the SBIRT model to enhance prevention services for Black/Latinx youth in Philadelphia who positively screen for Substance Use Disorder; and (3) a HRSA Special Project of National Significance (SPNS, preliminarily named “Sisters United”) focused on improving the retention in care and viral suppression of Black women living with HIV.

·        Oversee the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program – Part D, which supports clinical care for Women, Infants, Children and Youth living with or affected by HIV through a Network of providers.

·        Proactively implement community based HIV/STD, and other sexual and reproductive health interventions and service models to diverse populations impacted by HIV/STD, through collaboration with community partners, organizations and leaders to ensure long term success based on knowledge, insight, and vision of AccessMatters’ mission and strategic plan.

·        Implement interventions according to funded program protocols and monitor quality of program components; develop and/or modify policies and protocols as needed.

·        Assure the implementation of overall program goals and objectives, the timely and accurate submission of reports, and any required remediation to assure program goals and objectives are met.

·        Ensure that appropriate and accurate program data is being securely collected, submitted, and maintained for reporting, evaluation, and analysis.

·        Develop and implement recommendations for service improvements and enhancements, identifying service gaps for additional program development.

·        Develop public health and awareness campaigns to support the work and work with communications team to promote AccessMatters’ HIV programs and initiatives, including use of online social media.

·        Develop and maintain strong community and partner relationships, while providing program guidance to program partners throughout the service area.

·        Assure support to the service providers in data collection, invoicing, referral relationships, and technical assistance as required.

·        Stay current on the changing Philadelphia public health resource landscape and remain updated on HIV literature and interventions to regularly assess strategies for community engagement and behavioral change to improve outcomes; research and analyze trends related to public health prevention programming and interventions.

·        Partner with area academic and community-based organizations around research and evaluation opportunities to further health disparities work.

·        Conduct trainings and presentations to represent HIV Services and community based health initiatives within AccessMatters and the community at large, to keep stakeholders informed about relevant programs and protocols.

·        Collaborate with external and internal stakeholders and agency departments to increase program impact, achieve deliverables, and advance the strategic vision of unified program networks that provide comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for all people.

Lead, Develop, Supervise, and Manage Individuals and Teams

·        Through active and positive team engagement, supervise, train, develop, coach, support, and motivate a team of direct reports, including the Deputy Director, Health Resource Specialists, and volunteers, to meet goals and work cooperatively to execute program strategies and manage all aspects of HIV program services and workflows.

·        Establish outreach schedule, train Health Resource Specialists, and monitor their work offsite. Hire, train, and evaluate staff; coordinate staff assignments, individual and group supervision, and team meetings.

·        Using a strengths-based perspective, coach each staff member to build and utilize individual strengths for program activities, while providing supportive feedback and learning enhancements to address developmental needs, and taking corrective action when warranted.

Manage Program Contracts, Funding Sources, and Budgets

·        In collaboration with the Vice President and Fiscal Department, manage and support timely workflow around relevant budgets and contract requirements in areas of deliverables, compliance, expenditures, reconciliation, invoices, contracting, and reporting.

·        Lead the recruitment and onboarding of subcontracted providers and network partners; oversee the negotiation, development, and execution of service contracts with all subcontracted providers.

·        Assure the monitoring of all contracted services provided by network partners in accordance with city, state, federal and other funding agency guidelines.

·        Initiate, execute, and oversee the development of program guidance for provider networks in the CBHS portfolio of services; review and incorporate funder guidance, and collaborate with Program Managers to identify and communicate network questions, concerns, and requests.

·        Facilitate and participate in network meetings, trainings, and outreach events to develop strategies to support network partners in meeting program goals and quality indicators.

·        Facilitate site visits and program reviews by funding agencies including the development of protocols, organizing of materials and program presentations to demonstrate program quality, effectiveness, and compliance with federal, state and local funding agencies contractual requirements.

·        Collaborate in Quality Management functions and initiatives in conjunction with internal Quality Management staff.  Participate as agency representative on assigned local and/or state Quality Assurance Committees or Coalitions.

·        Lead and actively participate in the identification and writing of all local, state, federal and foundation grant proposals to obtain and maintain funding for program services.

·        Develop and monitor all program expenditures and provide forensic review and reconciliation of all funds associated with programs and interface with Fiscal Department.

·        Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations, grant requirements, etc.

·        As needed, respond to client/community member inquiries regarding CBHS and other public health programs in the AccessMatters portfolio of services, conduct eligibility assessments, link prospective patients to care, and troubleshoot concerns.

Advance the Mission of AccessMatters and Fulfill Organizational Duties

·        Serve as agency “ambassador” and contact for external stakeholders to establish and/or maintain good relationships with provider agencies, key contractors, government officials, and collaborative partners to benefit consumers and facilitate the work of program team and the agency overall.

·        As a Program Leader, exemplify our Core Values and dedication to a culture of excellent leadership, in which leaders foster an environment where staff feel valued and appreciated, where all staff hold themselves accountable in service to our community and stakeholders, and all staff eagerly pursue excellence.

·        Demonstrate commitment to the principles and values of the AccessMatters Strategic Plan, including support for the organization’s efforts toward equity and commitment to social justice and public health.

·        Consistently exercise discretion and sound judgment to analyze, interpret and act, evaluating possible courses of conduct and making decisions for the best outcomes for the client, team and the organization.

·        Maintain high ethical standards and conduct regarding confidentiality, integrity, dual-relationships, and professional behavior overall, representing AccessMatters effectively and positively to all internal and external constituents.

·        Execute projects and perform other duties as assigned.


·        Demonstrated knowledge of health disparities and social determinants of health, inclusive of sexual and reproductive health issues and issues throughout the lifespan, across impacted communities.

·        Superior knowledge of HIV infection and sexually transmitted diseases, and their effects on diverse populations and communities.

·        Superior knowledge of HIV care and prevention interventions across impacted communities.

·        Knowledge of health care delivery systems.

·        Strong understanding of the concepts and practices associated with effective program management.

·        Excellent skills in counseling, staff development, and team leadership abilities for multi-dimensional program activities.

·        Knowledge and experience in regulatory/contract compliance and quality management methodologies, preferably in a public health or clinical setting.

·        Ability to manage business partner relations, monitor budgets and expenditures, and follow fiscal procedures.

·        Ability to review and analyze programmatic and service data to assess and monitor provider performance and quality of care and to identify trends.

·        Ability to perform with a high level of confidentiality, discretion, and integrity, including demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA and other federal, state, and local regulations governing client confidentiality.

·        Demonstrated ability and desire to work within a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team environment, serving diverse populations and institutions across a broad spectrum of community and clinical providers within sexual and reproductive health.

·        Knowledge and experience working with diverse communities with cultural humility and responsibility.

·        Superior written and verbal communication skills, coupled with highly developed interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to counsel others and facilitate meetings and programs in diverse settings.

·        Demonstrated ability to lead and work in project teams, managing multiple projects with multiple deadlines and priorities successfully.

·        Ability to self-manage, independently prioritize, assess and solve problems, negotiate solutions, and effectively handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, while taking direction as needed.

·        Flexible and open to changing priorities and managing multiple tasks effectively within a compressed timeframe.

·        Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint).

·        Experience with web-based collaboration platforms and information management systems, portals, and intranets.

·        Ability to travel for the implementation of program activities and offsite meetings in Southeastern Pennsylvania as well as across the State of Pennsylvania as needed.

·        Ability to supervise staff/activities at community locations outside of normal business hours, as needed (e.g., scheduled nights and weekends).


·        Required – Bachelor’s Degree in public health, social work, non-profit management, or related field; Preferred – Masters in Public Health, Nursing, Social Work, or other related health field. Relevant industry specific experience may be considered in lieu of degree where possible.

·        Required – substantial (e.g., 5 years minimum) experience in HIV care, prevention, and program leadership, including HIV related program planning and implementation, direct HIV care and/or prevention, health education/community based services, with preference for experience with CDC Behavioral Interventions for targeted communities.

·        Required – 5 years of experience in professional health program management, including staff supervision and team leadership in HIV programs, healthcare, health promotions, health data management, quality improvement, or other relevant function; experience service contract administration desirable; experience in a non-profit environment preferred.

·        Also required – substantial experience (e.g., 3 years) in technical writing to create grant proposals, formal reports, program guides and other authoritative materials.

·        Eligible for all city and state mandatory clearances, e.g. criminal and child abuse clearances.

HOW TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume to the Director of Community Based Health Services position posted at our online career site, by going to this link: Address cover letter to Elaine Petrossian, Vice President, Human Resources & Operations. Please include salary requirement and potential start date. **NOTE: While AccessMatters is currently operating remotely, candidates are expected to reside within commuting distance of our headquarters in Center City, Philadelphia. ** No calls, please. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with priority given to those received by January 15.
AccessMatters offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

HOW TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume to the Director of Community Based Health Services position posted at our online career site, by going to this link: Address cover letter to Elaine Petrossian, Vice President, Human Resources & Operations. Please include salary requirement and potential start date. **NOTE: While AccessMatters is currently operating remotely, candidates are expected to reside within commuting distance of our headquarters in Center City, Philadelphia. ** No calls, please. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with priority given to those received by January 15. AccessMatters is an equal opportunity employer.

Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

Status: Full-Time

Location: Philadelphia, PA and will consider other established AFSC locations

Application Deadline: January 20, 2021

For consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter with your application in addition to completing the application questions.

Summary of Principal Responsibilities

The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DDEI) will provide strategic and creative leadership to advance AFSC’s inclusion and diversity goals and established initiatives in the U.S. and in our international locations.  As a member of the Leadership Team, the DDEI will work collaboratively across the organization to develop, monitor and report on actionable and measurable DEI goals, strategies, and metrics in alignment with organizational development goals outlined in our 2020-2030 Strategic Plan. The DDEI will work directly with the General Secretary on key strategic initiatives with matrix reporting to the Deputy General Secretary. The DDEI will ensure that AFSC develops and implements proactive and integrative policies, strategies and practices that lead to a more inclusive work culture, a broad base of diversity knowledge with dynamic tools and continuous innovation and learning, and that supports staff affinity groups so that genuine inclusiveness is reflected in the workplace, the programs we carry out, and the relationships and partnerships we engage. The DDEI will serve as an institutional resource in areas of cultural diversity, structural racism, gender equality and justice, disability, sexual orientation, ethnic and religious tolerance, and gender identity and expression. The DDEI will use elements of Quaker process by consulting and collaborating widely and regularly in order to facilitate growth and change across the organization.

This highly strategic and facilitative position requires proven experience in diversity and inclusion training, coaching and an understanding of institutional and structural racism/oppression as experienced in the U.S and internationally. The position also requires project management skills including research, planning, organizing, developing, and participating in and/or leading cross cultural/functional teams. In addition, this role requires collaboration and experience in problem solving with a balance of empathy and pragmatism and someone who is a team player and leads by example to build trust and credibility.

The position requires someone who is committed to an appreciative inquiry approach, building a learning culture, and striving to help shape a positive, affirmative organizational culture.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities: The key responsibilities of the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion include the following:

Strategy Development and Support

  • Work with staff and Board leadership across the organization in developing proactive, integrative strategies, approaches and multiyear plans to successfully achieve the internal diversity and equity objectives and goals outlined in the 2020 – 2030 AFSC Strategic Plan.
  • Consult with and advise the senior leadership and the General Secretary in order to facilitate an organization-wide shared vision of dismantling institutional racism and oppression that may be present in AFSC and reporting on the progress of inclusion and equity strategies and goals.
  • Provide coaching, technical assistance, and monitoring to all AFSC programs and central office departments and units in their development of multiyear diversity, equity and inclusion strategies, objectives, and goals in alignment with AFSC 2020 – 2030 Strategic Plan.
  • Serve as the staff liaison to the Board Community, Equity and Justice Committee (BCEJC), providing support and guidance.
  • In cooperation with the Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations, ensure that staff recruiting, hiring and career advancement practices comply with all relevant Federal, State, and local AA/EEO and international diversity requirements as an employer.
  • Work with the Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations in the implementation and improvement of the biannual staff satisfaction survey to measure AFSC’s progress toward creating a workplace climate of unity and inclusiveness.

Organizational Learning

  • Create and deliver learning and capacity building opportunities for AFSC staff and volunteers around diversity & inclusion, institutional and structural racism/oppression, colonialism, gender justice and feminism, and overall cultural competence that reflects the global footprint of AFSC’s work.
  • Maintain active and current content in the Diversity and Equity resource center intranet page, with relevant resources, tools, and best practices, policies and directives, and procedures that are easily accessible and available to staff across the organization.
  • Develop targeted trainings, tools and resources to support program and Central Office managers in the management of diverse staff and teams.
  • Coordinate and facilitate the planning of the diversity and equity component of orientation for all staff and volunteers with the active support of Human Resources and BCEJC.
  • Design, develop, and implement organizational dashboard reports, workflow metrics, and analysis to identify historical trends.

Affinity Group Support

  • With the Deputy General Secretary (DGS), provide support to the Affinity Group Council to ensure that prospective and approved AFSC staff affinity groups are supported.
  • Provide guidance and support to new proposed staff affinity groups as outlined in the AFSC’s affinity group handbook.

Anti-Racism/Oppression Assessments

  • With the DGS, develop and enhance assessment tools on all forms of institutional oppression.
  • Provide coaching and training for staff and governance groups on the effective use of tools and templates in the appropriate decision-making processes.
  • Monitor, review and analyze completed assessment reports to extract and codify learnings in order to improve the toolkits’ use and format.
  • Prepare an annual report for senior management and Board on the learnings and effectiveness of assessments on decision-making across the organization.

Monitoring and Reporting

  • In collaboration with the Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations, monitor and report annually on the implementation and progress toward staff and board numerical Affirmative Action goals.
  • Works with Human Resources and BCEJC to identify areas of concern and develops appropriate strategies to achieve AA goals outlined in the Affirmative Action policy and plan.
  • Visit programs periodically, meeting with the program leadership and staff to support and address diversity goals.
  • Provide periodic reports outlining the progress, barriers and proposed improvements in implementing D&E goals and strategies with staff to senior leadership.

Relationship Management/Development:

  • Participate in national and international diversity and equity networks and partnerships to ensure that our policies and practices are in keeping with the best practices in the field and to share AFSC’s experiences and learnings in this regard.

Minimum Qualifications

Education: Baccalaureate degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of formal education and experience required.


  1. A depth of understanding of the US and international issues of diversity and inclusion and experience with implementing organizational transformation activities.
  2. Direct experience working with Equal Employment Opportunity and/or Affirmative Action issues. Working knowledge and understanding of all applicable EEO laws. Direct work experience with issues of cultural differences, gender equity, religious tolerance, structural racism, agism, gender identity and expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability. Demonstrated sensitivity to these issues.
  3. Demonstrated experience in workplace diversity and inclusion.

Other Required Skills and Abilities:

  1. Demonstrated ability to exercise discretion; set and maintains standards for confidentiality, apply policies with consistency, use creativity in problem solving; ability to integrate information and use sound judgment and retain a positive outlook under pressure.
  2. Experience with and commitment to the principles of AFSC in regard to issues of race, class, age, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation, and disability. Commitment to implement AFSC’s affirmative action policy of non-discrimination and plan for the inclusion of women, gay and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, people of color, and persons with disabilities.
  3. Commitment to affirmative action as witness to the Quaker belief in the equal worth of all people. Experience working with a wide range of people from diverse racial, cultural, economic, and other backgrounds. Demonstrated ability to work and communicate with diverse staff and be sensitive to their personnel needs.
  4. Demonstrated ability to clearly convey information and ideas both verbally and in writing. Resiliency, flexibility and capacity to be effective, maintain productivity, keep focus on results and use sound judgment are required attributes.
  5. Demonstrated ability in assessing staff development needs and implementing training solutions as needed. Evaluate effectiveness and integrate in lessons learned for future staff training.
  6. Ability to work collaboratively, building relationships and teams across functions. Ability to negotiate, influence and compromise. Ability to provide and receive feedback.
  7. Requires sound judgment and decision making skills.
  8. Computer proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Experience working with various types of software preferred.
  9. Willingness and ability to travel, as needed, to attend evening and weekend meetings, and to be available for consultation within and outside office hours.
  10. Commitment to Quaker values and testimonies. Understanding of and compatibility with the principles and philosophy of the American Friends Service Committee including non-violence and the belief in the intrinsic worth of every individual.
  11. Understanding of and commitment to the principles, concerns, and considerations, of AFSC in regard to issues of race, class, nationality, religion, age, gender and sexual orientation, and disabilities. Demonstrated ability to work and communicate with diverse staff.


To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies in the position:

  1. Non-Profit Management Acumen
  2. Managing Vision and Purpose
  3. Creativity
  4. Listening
  5. Managing Diversity
  6. Political Savvy
  7. Analytical
  8. Strategic Agility

Compensation: Salary range $105,000-115,000, commensurate with experience – Exempt – Comprehensive medical and hospitalization plan; term life, accident and salary continuation insurances, defined benefit pension plan, plus fringe benefits; participation in unemployment and worker’s compensation and social security.

The American Friends Service Committee is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified persons are encouraged to apply regardless of their religious affiliation, national origin, race, age, sex, gender identitysexual orientation or disability.

AFSC’s Central Office and some of its offices in the U.S. are unionized workplaces. This position is not represented.

The American Friends Service Committee is a smoke-free workplace.

How to Apply

For consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter with your application in addition to completing the application questions here.

Director of Finance: James A. Michener Art Museum

The James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown seeks a Director of Finance to join our leadership team. The Director of Finance provides leadership and direction for the financial management of the Michener Art Museum. The position is responsible for developing a fully integrated approach to financial procedures and controls across all Museum departments, including all aspects of risk management. The individual will oversee financial accounting, human resources, retail operations, visitor services, property management, investments, and guidance for all earned revenue at the Museum.

The position will build and sustain the capacity of the Finance Department and provide stewardship through the establishment, monitoring and overall improvement of budgeting, accounting and cash flow systems and procedures. The Michener Art Museum has an annual operating budget of approximately $3.0 million, and assets in excess of $30 million.

The position reports the Executive Director of the Michener Art Museum, serves as a key member of the Executive Team and coordinates with other museum directors to ensure the smooth flow of information and resources to help the organization overall. The Director of Finance works in active partnership with the Board Treasurer and staffs the Finance, Investment, and Audit Committee.

Primary Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Participate as a member of the Museum’s Executive Team. Work closely with the Executive Director and directors to address high-level organizational issues and opportunities. Attend board meetings and take on occasional cross-functional projects to advance mission.
  • Provide effective and timely financial information to the Executive Director and executive leadership team to support decision making
  • Lead the Museum’s Financial Management, including:
    • Accounting: With staff support, manage accounts payable/receivable; review invoices and check requests; review and process checks to be paid. Manage cash flow; produce regular cash flow reports. Prepare payroll and liaise with payroll vendor. Provide a high quality, detailed analytical review of balance sheet and income accounts each month. Manage general banking and checking accounts. Reconcile bank accounts, credit card accounts and processing fees, petty cash and cash advances. Reconcile and file sales tax returns on monthly basis. With contract auditor, prepare and file 1099 and 1098 forms and files. Evaluate internal accounting controls, as needed.
    • Budgeting: With Executive Director, oversee annual budgeting and planning process; drive efficiencies through a critical review of current processes and procedures; administer and review all financial plans and budgets for over 25 departmental budgets; monitor progress and changes; and keep executive leadership informed of financial status.
    • Financial Reporting: With contract accountant, prepare monthly financial reports for staff and board in a timely manner. Explain significant budget variances. Prepare financial data for development department applications and reports. Monitor cash, bank loans, investment, and interest activity. Prepare pre-season estimates and post-season recaps for all presented events. Oversee all financial, project/program and grants accounting.
    • Audit: Serve as main point of contact for independent auditors on completion of the annual organization-wide financial statement audit and preparation of the annual Form 990, preparing supporting schedules and providing backup documentation as requested.
  • Performing risk management by analyzing the Museum’s liabilities and investements in insurance practices, cyber security, and all institutional operations.
  • Present monthly reports detailing critical analysis, significant variance, and cash flow forecasts to the Executive Director, Finance, Investment, and Audit Committee, and at regular Board Meetings.
  • Serve as primary point of contact with the organization’s bank, investment advisor, insurance broker, payroll, HR, and outside compliance firm, ensuring positive relationships with consistent, effective, and timely communication.
  • Provide leadership for all HR activities including compliance, performance management, training and development, employee relations, recruitment and retention, diversity and inclusion, compensation, conflict resolution and strategic planning.
  • Oversee all retail operations for the Museum, investigating creative opportunities for growth.

Qualifications and Skills:

The ideal candidate will be strategic, detail-oriented, and creative with the ability to explain financial processes and procedures to that others can understand. They will maintain confidentiality and professionalism at all times, and have experience working with non-profit organizations and boards. They must be a strategic thinker skilled in analysis and problem solving. The idea candidate will be motivated and a self-starter with excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong interpersonal and supervisory skills and the following:

  • Bachelor’s of Accounting or Finance with a minimum 5-7 years experience managing a financial department or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Demonstrated experience as a finance director, or similar role, for a non-profit or governmental organization with specific responsibilities for administration and management of accounting functions and staff.
  • Demonstrated experience in financial management with responsibilities for the development, monitoring and reporting on the financial status of the organization and its various strategic and programmatic initiatives.
  • Experience in developing and monitoring annual budgets for a non-profit or governmental organization with an annual budget exceeding $2 million.
  • Experience with continuous or process improvements techniques with particular emphasis on improving efficiency of business processes
  • Experience with human resources policies and procedures including direct supervision of staff.
  • Expertise in Microsoft Suite and Quickbooks required, with understanding of POS systems a plus.
  • Knowledge of federal and state legislation affecting nonprofits, including IRS regulations, and fund accounting and nonprofit GAAP.
  • Experience in grants management including compliance and reporting for grants and contracts.
  • Experience with personnel practices and human resources, HRCI or SHRM certification a plus.
  • Strong communication and organizational skills required


In 1988, with the support of many dedicated citizens, the James A. Michener Art Museum opened as an independent, non-profit cultural institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the art and cultural heritage of the Bucks County region. The museum is named for Doylestown’s most famous son, the Pulitzer-Prize winning writer who first dreamed of a regional art museum in the early 1960s.

The Museum has evolved from a modest facility with a locally derived mission to an accredited world class-facility with a broad vision. A world-class collection of Pennsylvania Impressionist paintings and special exhibitions showcasing a wide range of historical and contemporary work attract annually more than 135,000 visitors from around the world.

Salary is commensurate with experience plus excellent benefits. This is a full time regular, non-exempt position.

The James A. Michener Art Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Education Level:
Bachelor’s of Accounting or Finance with a minimum 5-7 years experience managing a financial department or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
To Apply

Interested candidates should submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Applicant review will continue until the position is filled. Please indicate your last name and “Director of Finance” in the subject line. No phone calls, please. We will respond to those candidates whose qualifications are best aligned with the components of this job description.

Chief Executive Officer: Broad Street Ministry

Reports to:    Board Chair and Vice Chair

Manages:    Chief Operating Officer, Chief Development Officer, Pastor

Position Type:    Full Time, Exempt

Effective Date:    October 2020

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by January 29, 2021 to


Broad Street Ministry (BSM) was established in 2005 when a team of visionaries, led by Convening Minister and Founder, Rev. Bill Golderer, opened Broad Street Ministry in the historic Chambers-Wylie Presbyterian Church in order to create a space that would inspire, nourish, and welcome people from all walks of life. With seed funding from several local churches, Broad Street Ministry was created as a broad-minded faith community with a mission to foster creativity, extend inclusive hospitality, and work for a more just world through civic engagement. Over time the mission evolved to include serving Philadelphians living in deep poverty who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity. To that end, BSM began serving a Thursday meal in 2008.

Today, the Hospitality Collaborative is the flagship program offering five community meals and a wide array of services (mail service, personal care, mending, clothing closet, therapeutic arts, reentry services, and counseling) to over 7,000 unique guests per year. BSM also provides case management (“Concierge Services”) for its most vulnerable guests to help them to access a broad range of stabilizing services. Strong partnerships with nonprofits, local businesses, and the City of Philadelphia have been created to ensure effective and coordinated provision of basic needs and supports. In addition, BSM continues to have an active and vibrant worship community and volunteer chaplaincy program to meet the spiritual needs of those welcomed to the space, offered on a voluntary, opt-in basis. “Radical Hospitality,” collaboration, and civic engagement permeate through all of BSM’s programs and activities, creating a rich foundation for social impact for its guests.


The CEO is responsible for developing, implementing, and executing BSM’s overall strategy.  In addition to being the architect of the strategic plan, the position will focus on philanthropic fundraising, determine best practices for all programs and activities at BSM and the long-term financial success of the organization.   Additional critical issues include external relations, building partnerships with city agencies, related non-profits, and networking with critical constituencies.  This is not a faith-based position, nor does it require membership in any religious institution.

Broad Street Ministry is seeking an innovative and entrepreneurial leader, who can meet unexpected challenges and pivot to meet strategic needs.  The CEO will be responsible for positioning BSM for success in the future and determining a clear path forward.  The CEO is entrusted with building a culture of caring that honors BSM’s mission and values, while executing on the strategic priorities of the organization.


a. Organization Management – 10%

  • Acts as the chief executive officer/chief administrator of the organization
  • Staff management – hires, supervises, trains, and motivates senior staff
  • Ensures Senior Leaders are managing their staff and developing their leadership skills
  • Works with the staff to develop programs and implement policies/procedures to fulfill the organization’s goals
  • Identifies gaps in staffing, establishes individual goals for senior leadership based on organization’s financials
  • Works with finance to manage organizational spending, monitor budget compliance, and mitigates financial risks

b. Interaction with Board – 10%

  • Supports the Board in fulfilling its governance function
  • Partner with the Board in helping them govern the strategy, direction, and policy
  • Assists the Board in helping them monitor the strategic plan, assist them with their fundraising goals, and annual budgeting oversight
  • Anticipates the needs of the Board and the community with respect to the mission, and communicate those needs and corresponding changes to the Board
  • Reports regularly to the Board on the activities of the organization
  • Facilitates Board and Committee discussions and functions
  • Participates actively in all Board meetings as a non-director

c. Fundraising – 30%

  • Manages the organizational fundraising in partnership with the Board and CDO
  • Drives key results in fundraising identifies, cultivates and solicits donors and key leaders of prospective new corporate and foundation contacts
  • Promotes a culture of fundraising in the organization both at the staff and board level
  • Cultivates and stewards major gift prospects
  • Works with the Chief Development Officer to develop a comprehensive annual fundraising plan
  • Serves as the spokesperson of the organization at events, in the media, and other key presentations.

d.  Strategy – 50%

  • Responsible for creating and implementing BSM’s strategic goals and objectives, identifying new opportunities, and leading BSM to accomplish these goals
  • Executes the vision, strategic direction, operations, fiscal and development objectives necessary
  • The CEO will be the steward of BSM’s five-year strategic plan and actively monitors its growth.  She/he consistently has the strategic plan top of mind and strives to meet major milestones
  • He/she understands the BSM brand and his/her role in growing and protecting the reputation
  • Ensures goals of inclusiveness and diversity among staff and volunteers are achieved


  • Mission focused.
  • Leadership:  Team Builder.  Ensures the right people are in the right roles.   Experience managing a staff of a minimum of 20 employees.
  • Collaborator – Understands the diverse roles and contributions of all stakeholders.
  • Experience in social services/social work including service delivery to vulnerable populations preferred.
  • Strategic thinker – knows how to develop and work within a strategic plan.  Consistently monitors and evaluates the organization’s performance in relation to the plan.
  • Experience with a Capital Campaign preferred.
  • Organizational development – teach, mentor, and develop talent.
  • Ensures goals of inclusiveness and diversity among staff and volunteers are achieved.
  • Results Driven:  Dedicated to shared and measurable goals.
  • Strong communication skills – written and oral; a persuasive communicator with excellent presentation skills.
  • Interpersonal and influencing skills.
  • Business acumen:  Possesses a high level of broad business and management skills and is effective at garnering financial support for the organization.
  • 10 years of experience in non-profit leadership.
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field.


The mission of Broad Street Ministry is to transform our city, our institutions, and ourselves by embracing the individual needs of our most vulnerable sisters and brothers, and by embracing radical hospitality.  We believe that the only way to achieve that mission is to have a diverse staff that is representative, at all job levels, of the citizens we serve.

Broad Street Ministry does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, criminal record, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.  Broad Street Ministry believes that diversity and inclusion among our staff is critical to our success as a community services organization, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

The successful candidate will receive a competitive compensation package that includes: medical, dental, and vision, 401(k) retirement plan, paid holidays and PTO.

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by January 29, 2021 to

To Apply

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by January 29, 2021 to

Director of Donor and Partner Relations: Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve

Background and Mission

Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve (the Preserve) was founded in 1934 with a mission to inspire the appreciation and use of native plants by serving as a sanctuary and an educational resource for conservation and stewardship. It is a member-supported nonprofit organization that has come to be recognized as a local treasure, a state resource and a national institution. Known regionally for its community-based programming, it is considered a statewide source for wildflowers and is the only accredited museum in the nation focused exclusively on native flora.

Position Summary

The Director of Donor and Partner Relations serves a critical leadership role for the Preserve in partnership with the Executive Director, providing development, special event, financial and administrative design, planning and management to maximize fundraising efforts, build effective partnerships, and leverage organizational resources to further the Preserve’s mission and reach. The successful candidate will be a front-facing leader with exceptional communication skills, an energetic and passionate demeanor, and the ability to enthusiastically articulate the mission and goals of the Preserve to the community. A proven track record in obtaining major individual gifts, foundation support, government grants and corporate sponsorships is essential. While the Director of Donor and Partner Relations is anticipated to have some grant management staff support, they will be responsible for database management and maintenance, donor and member acknowledgements, list management, direct mail appeals, membership recruitment and renewals, and special events. The Director of Donor and Partner Relations reports to the Executive Director.



  • In partnership with the Executive Director and Development Committee, create an annual plan of achievable and stretch goals, objectives and outcomes for development initiatives
  • Collaborate with the Board of Trustees and Development Committee through direct meeting participation and support for their participation in development activities
  • Research funding sources and trends in order to position the Preserve ahead of significant changes in the fundraising environment
  • Serve as staff management in the absence of the Executive Director

External Relations

  • Research and identify donor prospects, including individuals, corporations, governments, and foundations, and work with the Executive Director to cultivate, solicit and close gifts
  • Design and implement strategies to grow the Annual Fund and Membership programs through individual and institutional gifts, special events, and corporate sponsorships, including a communications and special event calendar
  • Analyze and oversee fulfillment of Membership benefits, making ongoing recommendations for appropriate updates
  • In partnership with marketing staff, develop, manage and implement communications associated with development and special events, including but not limited to brochures, websites, social media, press releases and email campaigns for membership recruitment and renewals, annual fund appeals, newsletters, Preserve Notes and event invitations
  • Develop future capital and endowment campaigns by working in partnership with the Executive Director, Board of Trustees, Development and/or Campaign Committee, and consultants
  • Design and execute small, medium and large special events for both fundraising and cultivation purposes, building long-term support and engagement
  • Investigate and develop strategy for planned giving program
  • Participate in local, regional and/or national associations of development professionals and network with community, business and sister NPO leadership


  • Oversee and manage lists, including but not limited to membership, business partners, sponsors, donors, prospects, Land Ethics Symposium and other education program lists for mail appeals, digital appeals, invitations, newsletters, registrations, and Preserve Notes
  • Maintain internal physical and digital file retention system for tracking and reporting purposes
  • Recruit, train and manage staff and volunteers involved with development activities
  • Manage the maintenance and future upgrade of existing CRM software, or research, propose and implement migration to new CRM system
  • Process, deposit and acknowledge all charitable contributions including donations, in-kind contributions, tribute and memorial gifts, memberships, grants, event proceeds, and matching gifts
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years of experience in donor relations
  • Superior communication skills – written, verbal and interpersonal
  • Excellent time management and flexibility with job duties
  • Creativity, self-starting ability, strong organizational skills, and oriented to a high level of detail
  • Demonstrated ability to work well independently and with competing priorities
  • Proficiency in Raiser’s Edge, Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and social media platforms (Facebook and Instagram in particular)
  • Occasional travel for external meetings and special events
  • Knowledge of the southeastern Pennsylvania philanthropic community a plus but not required

Work Schedule

This is a full-time position with occasional weeknight and weekend work as needed. Some remote work is possible for the right candidate.

Visit us at for more information.

The Preserve is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to non-discriminatory policies. All decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotion and all other terms of employment will be made without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, marital status, status as a qualified handicapped or disabled individual, or any other impermissible factor in accordance with applicable laws.

Education Level:
Bachelor’s degree
To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and references to:

Peter Couchman, Executive Director

Director of Finance—NKCDC (Philadelphia, PA): NeighborWorks Affiliates

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

NKCDC has a strong reputation, both locally and nationally, with longstanding credibility of serving as trusted and valuable partner and collaborator. The organization is currently the only community development organization in the City of Philadelphia that is a chartered member of the NeighborWorks America network. Historically, our approach to arts-based development and vacant land management have been considered innovative and transformative. Our current work using a trauma-informed community engagement model, applying a racial equity lens across the organization, and leading programs at the intersection of health and housing are keeping NKCDC at the cutting-edge of community development. NKCDC draws on the strengths of the communities in Fishtown, Kensington, and Port Richmond — a population of over 87,000 residents, 35% of whom live below the federal poverty level — to make sure neighborhood development benefits all residents. More information can be found at


The Director of Finance manages accounting and financial systems for New Kensington Community Development Corporation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, as well as related business and operational affairs of the organization, including financial operations and accounting and information system. The position serves as a key member of the management team and reports directly to the Executive Director. The Finance Director supervises two positions, our Bookkeeper, and an open Finance & IT Specialist position, both full-time positions. The Finance Director works closely with the Director of Human Resources, Director of Operations and the Board of Directors, the organization’s ruling body, and serves as a liaison to the Financial Controls Committee.

Reports to

Executive Director


The responsibilities of the Director of Finance include but are not limited to:

  • Prepare monthly financial reports for Board of Directors nonprofit corporation.
  • Meet with Financial Controls Committee on a regular basis to assess current cash flow, financial well-being, and other accounting issues.
  • Supervise finance staff, our Bookkeeper and Finance & IT Specialist.
  • With assistance of Executive Director, create annual budget.
  • Work closely with bookkeeper to maintain accurate bookkeeping and recording processes including but not limited to accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, benefits and check requests.
  • Provide financial needs and requirements of grant and contract applications and close-outs.
  • Review financial content of contracts and maintain accounting systems to fulfill contract obligations.
  • Assess, develop and assist implementation of management, budgeting, bookkeeping and internal control systems.
  • Maintain system of checks and balances to ensure the company is following all Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) guidelines and internal accounting policies.
  • Help establish and maintain budget control measures for programs and administration.
  • Develop and maintain accurate and usable budgets for both the overall company’s operations and specific programs.
  • Provide development and execution of more effective accounting processes to improve and foster growth and strength within the organization.
  • Work with external auditor for annual audit and tax return preparation.
  • Work with the Executive Director to ensure day-to-day financial operations are healthy and consistent with the long-term direction of the organization.
  • Assist HR Director with Human Resources payroll, time and labor management, and Human Resources Information System (HRIS), as well as benefits and administration needs.
  • Review affiliated partnership companies (Coral Hagert Streets, LP & Orinoka Mills, LP) financial statements and assist with annual audit and tax returns.
  • Additional tasks as assigned.


  • Advanced experience and training/certification in non-profit finance leadership required; Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance highly desired
  • Minimum 7 to 10 years of accounting experience with a successful track record of reporting on funds from foundations, corporations and government sources
  • Knowledge of accounting principles and procedures
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize work, take initiative, manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines
  • Knowledge of Abila/Sage MIP
  • Knowledge of Paylocity or comparable HR, Payroll and Time & Labor Management Information System
  • Knowledge of IT/Systems and MS 365/Other conversion experience highly desired
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, flexibility and attention to detail
  • Ability to track and maintain project budgets
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Knowledge of Participatory Budgeting processes
  • Residence in or knowledge of service area a plus


Competitive salary with excellent benefits including HMO health plan, long- and short-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid vacation and 403(b) retirement plan. Salary for this position will be $1,414.00 per week, with a full-time schedule, 35 hours per week. This position will be located on-site at our main office, 2771 Ruth Street, Suite 1, Philadelphia, PA 19134, but may require significant remote work per City of Philadelphia pandemic safety restrictions.

To apply

Applications received by Monday, January 4, 2020 will be considered on a rolling basis. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Severa Kata, our Human Resources Director, at, with “[YOUR NAME] NKCDC Finance Director Application” in the subject line. All candidate resumes are given due consideration and are kept on file for one year, but we cannot always respond personally due to the high volume of inquiries.

NKCDC provides Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, race, national or ethnic origin, gender identity or expression, religion, language, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or physical ability.

Applications received by Monday, January 4, 2020 will be considered on a rolling basis. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Severa Kata, our Human Resources Director, at, with “[YOUR NAME] NKCDC Finance Director Application” in the subject line. All candidate resumes are given due consideration and are kept on file for one year, but we cannot always respond personally due to the high volume of inquiries.

VP of Advancement and External Affairs: Maternity Care Coalition

Organization Summary

Maternity Care Coalition (MCC), a dynamic nonprofit, works to improve the health and well-being of pregnant women and parenting families, and enhance school readiness for children 0-3. Our intended impact is for parents in Southeastern PA communities impacted by structural inequities, particularly racism, can birth with dignity, parent with autonomy and raise babies who are healthy, growing, and thriving.

Position Summary

As part of MCC’s Executive Team the Vice President of Advancement & External Affairs (A&EA) is responsible for strategy and management of fund and new business development; public policy & government relations; public relations; marketing and communications; and volunteer recruitment and management. Builds and leverages strategic partnerships with academic and research organizations, health care institutions and managed care organizations and other key community organizations and partners to achieve MCC’s growth and sustainability objectives.

Essential Tasks

  • Direct and manage all aspects of Maternity Care Coalition’s (MCC) Development and External Affairs program
  • Responsible for management of fund development, new business development; public policy and government relations; public relations; marketing and communications; and volunteer recruitment and management. Coordinates and collaborates with MCC’s Grant Management Team.
  • Accountable for implementing MCC’s comprehensive fund development program that utilizes MCC board and committee members, volunteers and staff to realize the fundraising goals for the organization.
  • Works with relevant board committees, task groups and Executive Team to identify, establish and secure funding for agency strategic priorities. Focuses on establishing pathways to revenue sustainability.
  • Supervises leadership staff responsible for the functions above and works with those departments/individuals to develop an annual department plan that includes vision, goals and objectives.
  • Oversees MCC’s major gift fundraising efforts, including prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
  • Coordinate and support CEO’s fundraising efforts, including prospect outreach efforts, meeting preparation and follow-up, strategy development, pipeline and gift proposals. Accompany CEO on prospect visits on an as-needed basis.
  • Manage a personal pool of 50-75 high-level prospects and donors. Maintain primary responsibility for cultivating high net worth individual prospects.
  • Act as primary point of contact within MCC for individual major donors.
  • Effectively communicates and increases awareness of MCC as a high performing, innovative and agile nonprofit organization; as a nationally recognized leader in addressing the diverse needs/interests of pregnant women and children 0-3 years of age; is able to engage diverse families, measures outcomes, demonstrate impact and describe policies.
  • Serves as primary staff liaison to the Advancement Committee of the Board of Directors.
  • Seeks out strategic partnerships that will position MCC for opportunities, expand MCC’s footprint and/or enhance research, policy, and services to families
  • Deepens and strengthens, coordinates and leverages relationships with various partners, volunteers, donors, and corporate, philanthropic, government, academic. social enterprise and community leaders.
  • Represents MCC (and CEO where designated) in the media, on relevant boards and task forces and at selected meetings and conferences of nonprofit, social enterprise and philanthropic entities, professional associations and community organizations.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  •  Demonstrated leadership ability and experience and entrepreneurial thinking needed to develop and execute strategic and effective advancement strategies
  • Experience in fund development and ability to interface with senior government, executive, industry and foundation leaders and major donors
  • Demonstrated experience advancing work though a racial equity lens
  • Familiarity with maternal child health and early childhood
  • Knowledge of social service and government programs and public policy
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills including grant writing, public speaking, making sales pitches, and posting on blogs and social media
  • Computer competency including knowledge of Microsoft Office and familiarity with donor database systems, project management applications, web and social media platforms
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and as a member of and leader of a team
  • Ability to work independently, analyze and solve problems and meet deadlines
  • Ability to inspire, motivate and hold teams accountable
  •  Ability to collaborate with other agencies, funders and strategic partners

Experience, Education, and Licensure

  • A minimum of five to seven years of progressive related work experience, preferably in the nonprofit sector, including leadership and staff supervision
  • Prior experience with Development, Government Affairs, Marketing and Communications
  • Knowledge of the Philadelphia region and relevant partners and players desirable
  • Master’s degree required, or equivalent relevant professional experience

How to Apply

Interested candidates should attach a cover letter, resume, and a professional writing sample