Director of Development: Philadelphia Film Society

As the producer of the Philadelphia Film Festival and creative force behind the Philadelphia Film Center, PFS Bourse Theater, and PFS East Theater, the Philadelphia Film Society (PFS) raises awareness of film as an important art form in Philadelphia and serves as a vital piece of the city’s arts and culture community.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Development will be responsible for all fundraising and development activities with a focus on establishing and implementing the infrastructure needed to grow annual revenue through the solicitation of major gifts, federal and state grants, special events, and corporate and foundation support. In addition, the Director of Development will oversee the Institutional Giving Manager, Membership Manager, and Development Coordinator and work closely with the board of directors as they take on a more active fundraising role.


• Create and implement an annual development plan and budget to support short and long term fundraising strategies, goals, and action plans

• Identify, cultivate, and manage a robust individual giving prospect list to develop and expand funding relationships, ensure effective cultivation strategies and solicitation plans to enhance PFS’s contributed revenue

• Build and maintain strategic partnerships with current and prospective institutional donors including corporations, foundations, charitable trusts, and other institutional entities

• Prepare grant requests and requisite budgets as required

• Create cultivation opportunities for PFS members and donors throughout the year via screenings and other activities for engagement

• Contribute to the planning and execution of events to ensure an exceptional experience with a focus on cultivation and stewardship

• Ensure that accurate and complete records of donor communications are kept

• Provide leadership, coaching, and active hands-on management for the development team to increase their capabilities and effectiveness

• Represent PFS at external events and functions as required and develop relationships with partners to support organizational positioning

• Design coordinated marketing strategies for development presence in all communications, creating and implementing a communication and promotional plan for increased donor engagement

• Oversee research funding sources and trends, with foresight, to help position PFS ahead of major funding changes or trends


• Flexible and adaptable style; a leader who can positively impact both strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives

• Ability to influence and engage a wide range of donors and build long term relationships

• Ability to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others; is adept at creating a positive, collaborative and entrepreneurial work environment

• Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders

• Use MS Office Suite, Google Suite, donor research platforms (DonorSearch), and database management software (DonorPerfect) proficiently

• Maintains professional growth and development through continuing education, including participation in conferences, workshops, and professional affiliations
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Senior Business Manager: Tyler School of Art and Architecture of Temple University

The Tyler School of Art and Architecture invites applicants for the position of Senior Business Manager. This position is an opportunity to work for a school with nationally ranked programs situated within Temple University. The Senior Business Manager provides direct financial support to the faculty, staff and students of Tyler by processing business transactions and providing financial guidance. Tyler is looking for a candidate who can communicate financial principles in a creative environment and who thrives in a high-volume environment.

Become a part of the Temple family and you will have access to the following:

  • A hybrid work schedule
  • Full medical, dental, vision coverage
  • Paid time off
  • 11 Paid Holidays (including the day after Thanksgiving & winter break)
  • Tuition remission – eligible employees and their dependents can obtain a degree TUITION FREE
  • A generous retirement plan and so much more!

Salary Grade: T25
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A variety of important factors are reviewed by HR when considering salary, including job duties, the applicant’s education and experience, all relevant internal equity considerations, department budget, and funding source.

Job Summary:

Under the direction of the Associate Director of Finance & Administration, the Senior Business Manager provides direct financial support to the faculty, staff and students of Tyler by managing the School’s budget through transactions, reconciliation and reporting. The Sr. Business Manger processes business transactions, including but are not limited to, creating purchase orders in TUMarketplace, hiring adjunct faculty and TA/Gas in Taleo, processing scholarships and tuition remission and approving payroll.  The Sr. Business Manager is also responsible for managing the School’s funds and providing financial reports to faculty and staff who oversee those budgets. This includes running and distribution of Cognos reports and preparing analysis of spending in Excel. The Sr. Business Manager works with the Director to ensure the School’s budget is on target and that fluctuations in revenue are reflected in account allocations. The Sr. Business Manager in conjunction with the Senior Facilities Manager oversees the operations of the Architecture building.

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Brand Engagement Manager: The Barnes Foundation

Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Brand Engagement, the Brand Engagement Manager serves several key roles in the Barnes’s growing Marketing function: business strategy (specifically, aligning communications initiatives with organizational strategic plan goals), marketing and communications, and data analysis and reporting. Manager will balance revenue goals against mission-driven brand storytelling opportunities to create and scale compelling stories across a variety of social media platforms, growing the Barnes’s brand reputation and relevance in art and education while communicating its programming to diverse audiences. Manager will have a thorough understanding of brand content and distribution strategies for social media and video publishing sites, including best practices and extensive experience with each distribution channel’s features. Manager is a key cross-functional content liaison for the Barnes’s internal constituents, including but not limited to: Advancement, Membership, Community Engagement and Public Programs, Education, Conservation, Library and Archives, Design and Editorial, Curatorial, Visitor Services, and the Barnes Shop. Manager plays a leadership role in the Barnes’ Brand Content Team, including leading regular meetings and reporting to senior and executive teams.


  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, or related field with 4+ years’ experience in Social Media management, preferably within a cultural institution, educational institution, or nonprofit organization.
  • Deep knowledge of major and emerging social media channels and trends, with experience using scheduling tools and analytics platforms.
  • Demonstrated superior writing skills; a background or interest in art history and/or experience with writing for art/lifestyle/cultural/entertainment industries is preferred.
  • Deep digital and media fluency, with strong understanding of the impacts of video and content creation, the role of influencers, and the dynamics of brand reputation and community management.
  • Skilled creator and producer of social content with a passion for digital storytelling; able to take high-level concepts and break them down into tangible, executable, scalable content that can be digested by diverse audiences for a variety of institutional purposes (strong examples of previous brand content creation required).
  • A true fan of the Barnes with the desire to unite and inspire current and new audiences through innovative, relevant, and meaningful content.
  • Entrepreneurial, accountable, results-driven, energetic, dedicated, diplomatic, and able to maintain a sense of humor and grace under pressure.
  • Self-motivated and goal-driven; ability to proactively meet deadlines and guide projects from ideation to completion.
  • Enthusiastic collaborator; skilled at cross-departmental consensus-building and project management.
  • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends as necessary

Physical Demand Analysis:  

Physical Requirements:  Lifting up to 10 lbs.  80% of day sitting required.

Visual Requirements:   Extensive computer use.

Hearing Requirements:  Phone use

Working Conditions:  Position operates in an environment that is generally free of noise, dust, temperature extremes or other hazards. Availability for some weekends and evening events is required.

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Marketing Manager: The Mann Center for the Performing Arts

Job Description Summary

An essential member of the Marketing Department, the Marketing Manager is responsible for several marketing and communications-related functions including, but not limited to, delivering marketing ideas, promotional partnerships, marketing collateral approval process with internal and external partners, reporting, social media content calendar project management, and coordinating the publication process for the Mann Center for the Performing Arts. The ideal candidate will be motivated to work with all Marketing team members to assist in reaching earned revenue goals. At the same time, I manage expenses and projects and ensure that company messaging is supportive of and consistent with marketing strategies.

This exempt position reports directly to the Sr. Manager, Digital Strategy.

Primary Responsibilities

•Creates, edits, and optimizes marketing materials. Identifies and corrects copy composition, spelling, grammar, and formatting errors to ensure accuracy.

• Assists with implementing, tracking, and placing opportunities identified in Mann Marketing Plans. Works with supervisor to track all media and promotions efforts, including radio, print, and trade tracking.

• Project manages the Access the Arts Program implementation, including artwork, distribution, and tracking process.

• Coordinates and oversees publications, specifically Audience Access digital Mann’s concert programs, and printed programs from creation to distribution.

• Tracks marketing asset approvals and external partners, assisting the marketing department with internal approvals as necessary.

• Creates, plans, promotes, and executes all logistics for pre-show events and promotions, including site inspection, communication of on-site needs to the campus team, thematic consistency, and innovation.

• Initiates and project manages marketing promotional/trade relationships with external partners and ensures that all agreed-upon deliverables are executed seamlessly.

• Attends concerts and Mann events to fulfill marketing and digital marketing, promotions, and press responsibilities during the Mann’s season as the marketing on-call representative.

• Compiles payment proofs, ad samples, and other support materials into show settlements, ensuring each is delivered no later than the day of the respective show.

• Serve as a backup to the Marketing Insights Manager to process invoices for the department, as needed.

• Serves as a backup throughout the year, specifically during the announcement and peak season, providing additional support to the Sr. Marketing, Digital Strategy, and Director of Creative Services for a website, email, digital signage, and social updates in the office and on-site at events/concerts.

•Works closely with the Sr. Marketing, Digital Strategy and to monitor/respond to the Mann’s patron feedback and develop social media strategies, voice, and social content calendar.

•Project manage and oversee the marketing intern hiring process and daily management, working collaboratively with the VP of Marketing\Chief Brand Officer and Human Resources.

• Manage and track promotional comp ticket trades and submit to the Ticket Office

•Participate in the planning of new Marketing initiatives.

•Supports Marketing Insights Manager and Sr. Marketing, Digital Strategy by assisting with pulling marketing analytics, trades, reporting, list segmentation, surveying, and contact lists for mailing and e-mails.

•Assist the Vice President of Marketing and Chief Brand Officer Integrated and marketing staff with administrative duties such as scheduling meetings.

•Other duties are assigned as needed.
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Executive Director: Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation

About Bartol 

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

We believe:

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

For more information, please visit

About the Opportunity

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

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

This role will be responsible for operationalizing and scaling a portfolio of initiatives that seek to engage communities around volunteer service and civic engagement. These initiatives include days of service, community leadership workshops, donation drives and more.

The keystone of the portfolio is the Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service. Held each January, Global Citizen’s King Day of Service is the oldest and largest King Day of Service initiative in the country. The Special Projects Director will be responsible for managing the recruitment, engagement, and support of King Day organizing; creating systems to operationalize, scale and sustain the initiative. In addition to King Day, the Special Projects Director will be the Global Citizen’s point person for a number of other ongoing community engagement initiatives and making sure the many unique resources developed by the Global Citizen are accessible to and distributed to partners.

The successful candidate will be a mission-driven, solution-oriented go-getter. They are detail-oriented, skilled at planning and managing complex events, able to engage and support a diverse array of stakeholders, and a roll-up-your-sleeves team player.

There is a preference for a candidate who is bilingual, however this is not a requirement for application.

Cover letter required for consideration.

Why Work For Us?

Global Citizen offers a competitive compensation package. We offer the following benefits: flexible work environment, medical, dental, HMO and POS plans, disability & life insurance; Flexible Spending Accounts, retirement 403b, PTO, paid holidays (including floating).

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Global Citizen provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. We encourage Black, Indigenous, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, veterans, and people with disabilities to apply. The organization is committed to building a community that is inclusive and equitable.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Event Planning:

  • Manage Global Citizen’s annual Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service.
  • Work with a variety of external partners and Global Citizen staff to collaboratively design all aspects of the King Day Signature Site event
  • Recruit, register and support partners as they plan their events
  • Facilitate regular planning meetings
  • Plan one event each to kick-off and closeout the Day of Service
  • Provide event design and management for other Global Citizen events (as determined).

Project Management:

  • Collaborate with staff to manage the Global Citizen volunteer portal.
  • Work with partners to expand the enrollment in this service to more organizers and volunteers each year
  • Gather feedback for improving the portal
  • Manage Neighbors in Action Community Leadership Workshops and portal onboarding
  • Schedule and deliver presentations for engaging community members in partnership with Global Citizen
  • Establish a system for regular delivery of workshops or opportunities for recruitment
  • Identify opportunities to continue to expand the use of the portal and workshops
  • Handle logistics of special projects and pilot initiatives that arise over the course of the year (i.e. school supplies drive, sponsor engagement events, etc.)

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Director of Workforce Solutions: Beyond Literacy

About Beyond Literacy (BeLit)

BeLit is Philadelphia’s leading adult literacy nonprofit. We pride ourselves on high quality service to over 1500 striving adults annually through cost-free educational services including English language learning, GED-prep, digital literacy, family literacy, and career preparation. Come join our staff and help us change lives through literacy!

Job Summary 

The role of the Director of Workforce Solutions (DWS) is to represent, direct, and strategically advance Beyond Literacy’s career-connected program activities. Responsibilities include program system building, sector thought leadership, team member and partnership support, external relations as a primary BeLit workforce development (WD) representative, and administrative compliance. In addition, the DWS will collaborate with senior leadership to establish an environment that facilitates employability of BeLit program graduates while ensuring all WD activities meet organizational standards and objectives. The DWS will report directly to the Chief Program and Impact Officer, will oversee the Workforce Development Manager, and will work closely with organizational leadership to ensure the success of BeLit’s employment pipeline programs and services. Fulltime staff typically work onsite up to 4 days per week and work 1 day remotely depending on program needs.


Strategic Planning; Program Development, Implementation and Compliance  

• Develop and implement an annual program planning process, including annual program objectives.

• Research and respond to relevant RFP opportunities. Oversee program evaluations and bimonthly reports.

• Set standards and goals to meet grant deliverables and meet reporting deadlines.

• Identify, propose, and plan WD programming arising from organizational needs or strategic priorities.

• Regularly compile program statistical reports reflecting all activities, attendance, and participation.

• Keep the Chief Program and Impact Officer advised of WD activities and needs.

• Plan or coordinate opportunities for BeLit community members to participate in career pathway experiences and community events (e.g. fairs, job shadow events, workplace tours).

• Identify local organizations that need skilled employees; help develop talent pipelines to benefit both BeLit community members and local employers
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Operations Manager: Neighborhood Bike Works

Position Summary:

Neighborhood Bike Works (NBW) is seeking a full-time Operations Manager to maintain NBW’s facilities and oversee the financial activities of the organization. The Operations Manager works directly with the Executive Director in the areas of basic financial management and bookkeeping, tracking retail operations, assisting in fundraising and development operations, and overseeing communications and public relations activities. This position requires an organized and motivated individual who can multitask and continually reassess shifting priorities while seeing projects through to completion.

About Neighborhood Bike Works: 

Neighborhood Bike Works (NBW) is a nonprofit organization that provides educational, recreational, and career-building opportunities for urban youth in underserved neighborhoods in greater Philadelphia through bicycling. By learning bicycle mechanics and exploring the city by bike, young people at NBW build life skills and healthy habits and gain leadership experience.  It also promotes cycling as a healthy, affordable, environment-friendly form of transportation. In addition to our youth programs, NBW provides a DIY community bicycle workshop space for adults as well as community outreach programs to promote cycling.

Reports to: Executive Director

Schedule:  This is a full-time, exempt position requiring some weekend and evening hours occasionally. Some hours may be worked remotely.

Primary Responsibilities:

●      Maintain and improve administrative systems, including record-keeping for financial transactions, bicycle donations and sales, in-kind donations, and all other physical and digital records in the filing system and server

●      Oversee information systems, including website, social media accounts, general email accounts, computer networks, phone and voicemail systems, and online donation systems

●      Maintain office inventory and manage the purchasing of office supplies

●      Assist bookkeeper with accounting activities, including entering bills, check requests, payroll, sales tax, and other routine payments into QuickBooks, and creating and submitting invoices to customers

●      Oversee the annual financial audit of NBW with an external auditor

●      Prepare and present regular fundraising progress reports and other financial reports (i.e. P&L reports, Balance Sheets, YTD reports) for NBW financial committee meetings and board meetings

●      Process donations including monetary, stock and in-kind donations of service or goods.

●      Oversee production of promotional materials, including brochures, event and program materials, and business cards

●      Responsible for communicating facilities maintenance matters with landlords of Offsite Storage Facility, Bike Shop, and Administrative Offices and management of leases for those rental buildings

●      Assist Executive Director with development and fundraiser duties such as writing and editing material for grant applications and reports, and providing support for planning and execution of fundraising events, and annual fundraising campaigns; producing publications such as monthly newsletter, marketing materials, and annual report

●      Collaborate with the Bike Shop Manager on organizing and executing Bike Valet Service at Philly Bike Expo
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Development Director: 12 Plus

About the Organization:

12 Plus an education nonprofit that partners with high schools in Philadelphia and Camden to support postsecondary access and achievement through College & Career Readiness (CCR) programming.

Our mission is to increase educational equity by building school cultures that inspire academic achievement and empower students to pursue education beyond the 12th grade. To do this, we operate PLUS Centers in every school so that our students have daily access to our Site Teams as they discover and navigate their postsecondary opportunities.

To learn more about our organization’s work and impact, please visit

Job Description:

12 Plus is looking for an experienced Development Director to help lead its growth as we enter into the organization’s next chapter. The Development Director will work directly with the CEO and Leadership team to help build and execute a development strategy that both amplifies existing funding sources and taps into new funding opportunities. This will include:

  • Connecting with and communicating our work to 12 Plus’s existing donor base, including acknowledgement letters, donor recognition programs, and regular communication updates
  • Seeking out new donors and strategic partners to both strengthen and diversify funding sources
  • Serve as a public representative of the organization’s values, mission, and impact.
  • Periodically visit sites to help capture and communicate the stories from our schools.
  • Assist in translating data and qualitative evidence into informative materials to be used in development efforts.
  • Maintain an existing grants database, manage grant reporting schedules, and lead in sourcing new grant opportunities.
  • Work with members of the Leadership team to compile content for grant submissions.
  • Investigate and pursue local, state, and federal funding opportunities
  • With the CEO, establish new partnerships with community organizations, corporate sponsors, and postsecondary institutions.
  • Plan and execute fundraising events, including managing logistics, securing sponsorships, and coordinating volunteers
  • Act as the primary point of contact for funding, donations, and fundraising event inquiries.

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Director of Program Administration: Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia


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


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

Program Staff Management/Training

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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