Vice President, Administration and Finance: Heights Philadelphia

About this Role

The Vice President oversees finance, technology, administration and benefits, managing and coaching a layered team to lead and develop the organizational systems, processes, and practices that will propel Heights into its next phase of growth, sustainability, and impact. Working closely with the Co-Presidents and serving as a member of the senior management team, the VP’s primary focus will be evolving Heights’ financial and operating model to support and accelerate its goals, and collaborating with members of the senior management team to ensure that Heights is implementing a business plan that is ambitious and actionable.

This is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial finance leader with operational experience, who brings a big-picture approach centered in creative and collaborative problem solving.

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In pursuit of our mission and with a goal of serving 5,000 Philadelphia students by 2025, the Vice President provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that Heights’ has the infrastructure in place to effectively scale with financial strength and operational efficiency.

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Senior Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

Application Deadline: November 27, 2023


The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), headquartered in Philadelphia, is seeking a highly qualified professional to join our team as the Senior Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations. In this role, you will play a pivotal role in managing all aspects of human resources, labor relations, and personnel policies for our organization.

Role Overview:

As the Senior Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations, you will be responsible for overseeing the recruitment, selection, training, evaluation, discipline, professional support, compensation, and benefits for approximately 300 staff members based in AFSC offices across the United States and worldwide. Reporting to the Deputy General Secretary, you will provide strategic guidance on matters such as morale, labor law, and the impact of managerial decisions on staff. Additionally, you will lead contract negotiations with unions, ensuring compliance with collective bargaining agreements.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities: The key responsibilities of the Senior Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations include the following:

  1. Leadership and Management
  2. Lead and manage the Human Resources Department, overseeing projects, processes, and work plans.
  3. Supervise department staff, manage the department budget, and maintain efficient operations.
  4. Policy Development and Implementation
  5. Collaborate with the Board Governance Committee to develop personnel policies aligned with AFSC’s mission.
  6. Implement and communicate personnel policies and standards to promote a positive work environment.
  7. Ensure compliance with international, federal, state, and municipal laws.
  8. Implement inclusion and diversity goals outlined in the Affirmative Action Plan.
  9. Facilitate staff performance reviews and address employee relations concerns.
  10. Labor Relations
  11. Negotiate Collective Bargaining Agreements and act as the primary liaison for union communications and inquiries.
  12. Liaise directly with the International Program Staff Council
  13. Reporting and Support
  14. Prepare an annual report on Human Resources and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion metrics for the Board of Directors.
  15. Serve as an active member of senior management, providing expertise to the General Secretary and the organizational leadership.
  16. Maintain accurate employment records and timely reporting.
  17. Collaborative Partnerships
  18. Ensure consistency between overseas staff programs and AFSC’s Human Resources policies and procedures.
  19. Collaborate with other administrative departments on HR-related postings and organization-wide benefit cost analysis.

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Assistant Director, Alumni Engagement and Events: Moore College of Art & Design

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About Moore: Moore College of Art & Design is a historically all-women’s undergraduate college that has evolved to admit nonbinary and trans undergraduates, as well as co-educational continuing education and graduate students. Founded during the original industrial revolution to advance women in new fields, under principles of inclusivity and opportunity, our mission is more relevant than ever, as technology, sustainability, and diverse cultures drive and influence new and existing industries.  We strive to create a community of employees and faculty that mirrors our student body and offers a range of academic perspectives in their fields.  ​We welcome candidates who value diversity and support the inclusive culture we seek to nurture at Moore. The world needs Moore. For more information, visit and follow us on social media @moorecollegeart.

Benefits: Moore College of Art & Design offers a time off package consisting of 41 days paid throughout the year for holidays, winter break, vacation and personal days. In addition, we provide 2 weeks of sick time and offer a great benefit package including health, dental, and a 403b plan with an immediate match and 100% vesting.

Purpose:  The Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement and Events will assist in developing and managing strategic, creative, and content-driven programs that strengthen and promote new and meaningful connections with Moore alumni while elevating the visibility of Moore alumni throughout the College’s community. Working closely with the VP for Advancement and Alumni Council, the Assistant Director will support and collaborate with a range of colleagues and engage in diversity, equity, and inclusion work with an emphasis on building an inclusive and welcoming community among Moore’s diverse and global alumni.


  • Bachelor’s degree and at least two years of volunteer and events management experience;
  • Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Exceptional customer service, motivational, organizational, and time management skills;
  • A commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, and a proven record of engaging stakeholders who hold diverse backgrounds;
  • Collaborating across teams and clear judgement amidst multiple and/or shifting priorities;
  • Polished communication skills, both orally and written;
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office and development databases (particularly Raiser’s Edge).
  • Knowledge of the regional philanthropic and arts community;
  • Ability to travel if necessary as well as work evenings and weekends;
  • Positive, goal-oriented work ethic

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Executive Director: Women in Transition

About the job

If you are a non-profit leader, possess strong collaborative leadership skills, the ability to set and implement strategic vision and deliver impactful programs, this role may be for you.

WIT is an organization dedicated to empowering people with the knowledge, support, and ability to thrive beyond domestic abuse/intimate partner violence and substance abuse. Our staff are dedicated and passionate professionals who are inspired to create a world where people are free to pursue safety, healthy relationships, and supportive communities. WIT serves survivors off all gender identities and all of our services are offered free of charge.

Women In Transition (WIT) currently seeks an Executive Director to lead a passionate and mission-driven team of 15 direct service and operations staff. The Executive Director provides strategic leadership and direction to advance WIT’s mission, impact, fundraising capacity, and fiscal health and oversees the organization’s operations and programs. The position requires on-site work and reports directly to the Board of Directors.
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Director, Regional Marketing: The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia

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The Chamber brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.

Primary Position Purpose

We are currently seeking a Director of Regional Marketing who is responsible for developing and executing the marketing strategy and tactics to attract and expand companies, capital, and talent in the Greater Philadelphia region. This newly created role reports to the Vice President of Economic Competitiveness.

This body of work includes:

  • Business attraction and expansion marketing campaigns promoting the Greater Philadelphia region’s assets to targeted decision-makers and influencers in domestic and international markets.
  • Talent attraction and retention marketing campaigns targeting specific talent profiles needed to fill critical jobs required for industries both in-demand and poised for growth.
  • Other regional branding, public relations, and marketing tactics to improve perception of Greater Philadelphia as a world-class region for companies and talent.

The Director will leverage the newly relaunched Select Greater Philadelphia website and expand upon these assets to drive measurable outcomes including increased company leads and prospects and talent attraction and retention activity.

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Membership Manager: National Constitution Center

About the National Constitution Center

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

Our online educational classes, debates and seminars, museum programs and exhibits, and flagship We the People podcast facilitate conversations that allow people of different perspectives to transcend today’s polarized political narrative and instead explore areas of the principles and ideas rooted in the U.S. Constitution. Our highly acclaimed online Interactive Constitution—a nonpartisan tool that allows learners to engage with the text of the Constitution and discover how experts agree and disagree about its history and meaning—has received more than 57 million unique page views since its launch in 2015. Our website was on average in 2021 the fourth most visited individual museum website in America, and our online classes reached more than 240,000 students, teachers, and learners of all ages across all 50 states and 20 countries last academic year.

Position Summary

The National Constitution Center’s mission is to bring together people of all ages and perspectives, across America and around the world, to learn about, debate, and celebrate the greatest vision of human freedom in history, the U.S. Constitution. We seek to educate, inspire, and engage Americans about the Constitution and, importantly, teach the habits of civil dialogue and deliberation on which the future of our nation depends. Our mission could not be more vital today, and we have developed an ambitious, five-year strategic plan as we prepare for America’s 250 years of independence in 2026. From major programmatic initiatives to capital projects, we seek to build on our strong foundation in service of our mission.

To undergird our ambitions, we seek a Membership Manager who will take our membership program to the next level. The National Constitution Center’s Members ($50–$999 level) and 1787 Society donors ($1,000–$24,999 level) are key constituent groups vital to our short- and long-term financial growth and vitality. The Membership Manager will be responsible for actively soliciting and cultivating these constituents from the Philadelphia region and across the country, growing our base of supporters.

The Membership Manager will actively and regularly communicate with Members, execute monthly membership renewal and acquisition mailings and email campaigns, plan and execute Members-only programs to stimulate member engagement, track membership month over month, and manage all customer service systems to deliver the best-in-class communications with our Members.

The ideal candidate is strongly committed to the Center’s nonpartisan mission and is motivated by our important task ahead. We seek candidates with a minimum of three years’ experience in nonprofit development and fundraising, with a preference for experience with membership-type programs. The Membership Manager is dedicated to providing the highest standards of customer service for constituents across all mediums, virtually and in person. Candidates for this position must be detail oriented and have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a strong work ethic and desire to go above and beyond in serving constituents, sound judgment and a high level of discretion, and an entrepreneurial mindset.

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Director of Development: The Fund for Women & Girls

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Director of Development Job Description

The Fund for Women and Girls leads and unites the community through philanthropy and advocacy to ensure that women and girls have opportunities and resources to thrive in Chester County, PA. Since 1996, we have supported women and girls through fundraising, grantmaking, and educational opportunities. Since our inception, we have awarded more than $4 million in grants to 86 nonprofit organizations addressing critical needs.

To contribute to the mission, the Director of Development plans and executes the implementation of a strategic and comprehensive approach to fundraising, which includes but is not limited to: major and individual gifts, corporate contributions, grant writing and events. Working with all constituencies within The Fund, including staff, board, volunteers and donors, this position works closely with the Executive Director and Development Committee Chair to increase the organization’s financial and organizational growth. Respect, knowledge, and passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion are also important, as we are an organization that champions these initiatives and embeds DEI into our everyday practices.

This is a full-time flexible position requiring a regular presence throughout Chester County. This staff member will be in our West Chester office a minimum of two days each week, attending in-person stakeholder meetings, events, and activities throughout Chester County as needed, and participating in occasional evening and weekend hours for advance-scheduled special events and board meetings.

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Communications Manager: Rebuilding Together Philadelphia

JOB TYPE: Full Time
SALARY: $58,000
ADDRESS: 4355 Orchard Street, 2R, Phila. PA 19124 (moving to 3001 Stokley, Phila. PA 19129 in early 2023)

ABOUT REBUILDING TOGETHER PHILADELPHIA: Founded in 1988, Rebuilding Together Philadelphia (RTP) is a nonprofit organization that revitalizes communities by transforming vulnerable, owner-occupied houses into safe, healthy and energy-efficient homes. RTP provides free critical home repairs, aging-in-place modifications, and workforce training. Every year, RTP repairs 125 homes with over 1,000 volunteers through our Block Build program, Asthma Trigger Reduction Program and Middle Neighborhoods Initiative.

Rebuilding Together Philadelphia embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team with a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. Please see RTP’s Diversity and Inclusion Statement and our Pronoun Statement.

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Development Manager: Share Food Program

Exciting Opportunities with Share Food Program! We are looking for a Development Manager to add to our team!

Share Food Program (“Share”) is the largest-serving hunger relief organization in the Philadelphia region, and one of the largest independent food banks in the nation. Before the Covid-19 crisis began, Share distributed food to 700,000 neighbors in need each month, 36% of whom were children, and 12% of whom were seniors. The need has risen sharply since early 2020—Share now serves more than 1 million each month.

The Development Manager will support Share’s Director of Development in expanding fundraising revenue from foundation, corporate and individual donors, and events. Activities will include managing donor database and cultivation assignments, gift processing, individual donor stewardship and cultivation, grant proposal and report development, and helping to plan and implement fundraising events.

In this role, the successful candidate will be able to:

  • Support donor stewardship and cultivation: track and document donor touchpoints, complete prospective donor research, and set up donor calls, visits and tours
  • Manage EveryAction donor database: create customized reports, pull mailing lists, and perform regular data entry & maintenance
  • Process gifts and create timely acknowledgment letters
  • Work with Capital Campaign leadership team on setting, assigning and tracking activities
  • Generate campaign reports and participate in strategy and feedback sessions
  • Grant development and reporting: help develop funding proposals, progress reports and letters of inquiry to foundation and corporate funders.
  • Research potential grant opportunities from foundations and corporations
  • Manage proposal and report calendar and ensure timely submissions
  • Support planning and implementation of fundraising events
  • Work with Directors of Development and Communication to support Share’s Fundraising and Development Committee
  • Work with appropriate program staff to ensure updated content for proposals

The successful candidate will also meet the following qualifications:

  • Experience in nonprofit fund development
  • Strong writing skills; grant proposal development experience preferred
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Strategic and long-term planning abilities
  • Experience with donor databases, and with data manipulation and analysis

Work Location: Hybrid option (remote and in-office)

Share Food Program is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender or gender expression, marital status, sexual orientation, parental status, age, disability, genetic information, or any other category protected by law. In addition to federal law requirements, Share Food Group complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Pay: $45,000.00 – $50,000.00 per year

Location: Hybrid (in office as well as remote work)


$45,000 – $50,000


 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Health insurance, Paid time off

How to apply

Impact Manager: City Year

The Impact Manager (IM) is responsible for leading a team of 8-16 AmeriCorps members (ACMs) through a full-time, ten-month, school-based service year. The IM manages the work of ACMs with the shared goals of: keeping students on track to graduate and establishing positive relationships with school partners. The Impact Manager will coach their ACM team through a journey of learning, reflection, and service to build civic capacity, civic identity, and leadership skills. Impact Managers report to an Impact Director and meet regularly with peers and department leadership members to share promising practices, challenges, and resources.Job Description

What You’ll Do:

AmeriCorps Member Experience Delivery

  • Lead, manage, and coach a team of AmeriCorps members (between the ages of 18-25) to support students through academic and student engagement supports
  • Develop AmeriCorps members as leaders throughout their service experience
  • Model leadership that reflects City Year’s culture and values, and create spaces that empower AmeriCorps members to access the power of City Year’s culture and values in personally meaningful ways
  • Develop talent from within the corps for City Year and the larger education field, and lead AmeriCorps members to have a successful and rewarding year of service through their in-school service and learning and development days
  • Support AmeriCorps members in their understanding of and compliance with City Year policies and operating structures
  • Utilize performance management tools to set expectations, identify strengths and areas for development, and to find ways to maximize leadership potential

Service Delivery and Impact

  • Develop and manage partnerships with school administration, teachers, and staff to ensure the necessary conditions and resources are in place for AmeriCorps members to deliver attendance and course performance interventions as well as social emotional learning support for students
  • Lead, manage, and coach a team of AmeriCorps members to implement City Year’s Whole School Whole Child service model, which balances the delivery of whole-school support (Tier-1) and small group and one-on-one tutoring (Tier-2) for students at assigned Philadelphia school
  • Partner directly with a City Year Instructional Coach to provide observation and coaching to AmeriCorps member to improve their student interventions
  • Monitor and analyze student-level data to identify trends and improve whole-school and small-group support, ensuring student impact completion and improvement in targeted area through team level training

Service Partner Management

  • In collaboration with impact director, build and cultivate strong partnerships with teachers, principals, school officials, and other key decision makers and stakeholders
  • Lead on the development and implementation of school partnership agreements, maintaining a strong leadership presence in school to advance conditions for success

Organizational Initiatives & Site Support

  • Engage in structured discussions and trainings on diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging aimed at developing stronger cultural competency, both individually and collectively as a site
  • Participate in impact department working groups to develop service improvements, tools and resources, and AmeriCorps member trainings
  • Partner with City Year Philadelphia’s departments and staff to ensure that site-wide goals are met, including, but not limited to, the AmeriCorps member applicant interview process, stakeholder engagement, event and service day participation, and cross-departmental committees
  • Attend conferences as needed, as well as additional engagement and training activities throughout the year

What You’ll Bring

  • At least one year of experience in a role managing or leading others; experience working in a school, educational, or youth-support setting preferred
  • City Year or other AmeriCorps experience a plus
  • Knowledge of large, urban education systems serving predominantly Black and Brown students and communities
  • Proven record of setting high expectations and holding self and team accountable for performance goals
  • Aptitude for developing diverse talent through coaching, performance planning, and leadership opportunities
  • Strong initiative and ability to work independently to achieve goals
  • Efficient time management skills: ability to meet deadlines and prioritize multiple projects
  • Passion for education equity, national service, and the values of inspirational leadership, belief in the power of young people, social justice, empathy, inclusivity, teamwork, and excellence
  • Willingness to engage in conversations on race and all aspects of identity, along with a passion for developing practices grounded in diversity, belonging, inclusion, and equity
  • Enthusiasm for investing in your own growth and development; ability to authentically model your passion for personal and professional development for those you lead
  • Ability to adapt and excel in diverse, high energy, entrepreneurial, and rapidly-changing environment
  • Attitude essentials: growth mindset, passion for City Year’s mission, committed to teamwork

How You’ll Grow

City Year values diverse skill sets and encourages staff members to seek continuous growth.  A successful impact manager will bring and continue to develop themselves in the following competencies:

  • Civic Knowledge & Fluency in Education Practice & Reform:  actively seeks to understand current issues and debates related to national service and education policy and the impact they have on the communities we serve; can articulate how City Year’s service helps advance education reform
  • Communication: clearly articulates information and ideas orally and in writing; translates mission and vision from organization level to AmeriCorps members; inspires diverse audiences through compelling, tailored messaging; communicates with confidence and credibility; listens carefully and is responsive to feedback
  • Executes to Results:  accomplishes tasks on time with high quality; accepts accountability and takes initiative; achieves transformational results with students in the classroom and at the school level
  • Problem Solving and Decision Making: applies knowledge, experience, creativity, and critical thinking in solving challenges; looks beyond the obvious for answers; uses sound judgment to make well-informed, ethical decisions; understands when to escalate issues for support
  • Relationship Development:  Establishes and builds diverse, mutually beneficial, and sustainable partnerships within City Year, with school partners , and in the communities we serve; balances delivery of results with relationship building
  • Team Collaboration & Leadership:  Provides inspirational leadership that mobilizes diverse groups towards achieving goals; leverages diverse strengths of team members to achieve desired results; coaches and empowers others to lead; addresses and resolves team conflict proactively and effectively
  • Talent Development: challenges and encourages professional growth of others; provides ongoing coaching to motivate others to achieve their maximum potential; takes a systematic approach to meeting the organization’s future leadership needs


Full time employees are entitled to compensation commensurate with experience. Benefits for full time employees include health insurance with Flexible Spending Account, paid vacation, holidays, parental leave, 401K, and more.

City Year is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse workforce. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including persons with disabilities and veterans.

Please complete the online application and attach a resume and thoughtful cover letter in the “Resume/CV” field on the “My Experience” page. Internal applicants should apply through cyresource.