Manager of Victim Services: Philadelphia Children’s Alliance

(Full-time, Exempt)

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

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

Key Responsibilities include the following:

Program Management

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

Direct Service on Assigned Cases

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

 Data Tracking   

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

Victim Services Community Interfacing

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

Qualifications and Skills:

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

Education and Experience

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

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

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

Managing Accountant: Asian Arts Initiative

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

Key Responsibilities

Transactional

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

Compliance and Reporting

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

General

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

First Year Success Criteria

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

Qualifications

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

Preferred Qualifications

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

Hours and Compensation

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

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

How to Apply 

Interested candidates are invited to send to jobs@asianartsinitiative.org:

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

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

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

 

Organizational Overview

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

Director of Development & Board Liaison: Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance

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

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

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

Primary Roles & Responsibilities

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

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

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

About the Cultural Alliance’s Work Environment:

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

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

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

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

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

President / CEO: Cornerstone Christian Academy, Philadelphia, PA

Cornerstone Christian Academy is a faith-based, non-denominational, co-educational, urban Christian school serving children in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Established in 1988, Cornerstone is an ACSI/Middle States-accredited independent school with an annual average enrollment of 180 students. Cornerstone is located in the Kingsessing neighborhood of southwest Philadelphia, among the city’s most economically disadvantaged communities. Through individual and corporate giving, all students receive annual scholarship support of up to 75 percent of tuition. Amid a strong charter-school presence, Cornerstone is committed to being a curriculum-driven, high-performing, technologically proficient school with a strong emphasis on responsive classroom practices and social emotional learning. Cornerstone is seeking an inspired, resourceful and collaborative leader as its next President/CEO to helm the next phase of its growth as a beacon of educational opportunity and achievement in Philadelphia.

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the President/CEO serves as the school’s chief ambassador and governing administrator, with responsibilities focused on strategy, financial sustainability, institutional advancement, organizational structure and community and spiritual leadership. The President/CEO delegates to the Principal daily responsibilities for academic and co-curricular affairs, school operations, faculty and staff development, student support and parent relations yet maintains a close relationship with the Principal and other academic leaders, staying abreast of and engaged in school operations.

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible senior leadership experience; prior nonprofit experience and management in an academic setting preferred. The successful candidate will have an appreciation and passion for the mission of Cornerstone Christian Academy with a deep-rooted commitment to Christian values. Must have knowledge of overall operations of an independent school, including academics, finances, development, admissions, marketing and care and maintenance of school’s physical facilities. Visionary and strategic planning capabilities to be applied toward the development of an innovative fundraising program, and the leadership necessary to ensure its successful implementation is essential. Advanced degree in education, organizational leadership, business, fundraising or ministry is required. Limited travel required; must be available to attend events after work hours or on weekends as needed.

For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on Cornerstone Christian Academy , visit our website at www.lambertassoc.com.

Qualified candidates may send resume and salary history to:

Tara Sweeney Lambert & Associates

222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201

Havertown, PA 19083 tsweeney@lambertassoc.com

Executive Director: A Woman’s Place, Doylestown

As the only domestic violence organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, A Woman’s Place (AWP) provides comprehensive free, private, and confidential service, support, education, outreach, and advocacy to victims of domestic violence and their children and the community. Founded in 1976, A Woman’s Place is dedicated to the empowerment of women and to ending intimate and domestic violence for all.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides leadership and direction to the staff and is responsible for the overall administration and operations of the organization including programming, fundraising, fiscal management, community relations, Board relations and strategic planning implementation. The Executive Director provides direction, goal setting and leadership to staff members, managing the operations and the activities of the staff while serving as the face of the organization building relationships within the community in order to promote the organization and its mission. Providing leadership and information to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will assist the Board in fulfilling its responsibilities in the areas of policy, governance, finance, fundraising and planning.

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of seven (7) years of increasingly responsible management and administrative experience in nonprofit organizations preferably in domestic violence services or related programs including human/social services, healthcare, housing, education, or substance abuse. Proven skills and experience in communicating and working with a Board of Directors, committees, and Board members. The successful candidate will have an appreciation and passion for the mission of AWP and the individuals it serves. Must have extensive experience in program development and implementation, including budget oversight and human resource management. She/he must be a visionary, collaborative, decisive leader and outstanding communicator who clarifies goals, builds teams and cultivates trust while at the same time demands accountability. Experience in fundraising and managing a complex structure of government contracts. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Must be willing and able to travel regionally including trips to Harrisburg and work some nights and weekends as required.

For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on AWP, visit our website at www.lambertassoc.com.

Qualified candidates may send resume and salary history to: Cathy McGeever

Lambert & Associates

222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201

Havertown, PA 19083 cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.com

Executive Director: Oxford Area Neighborhood Services

Oxford Area Neighborhood Services (NSC) is seeking an accomplished, visionary, and inspirational leader to serve as its new Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for the advancement of the mission and oversight of the ongoing, day-to-day operational work of this vital non-profit organization located in Oxford, PA. Working with the board, the best person for this position will seek to nurture existing relationships and develop new avenues of partnership and support in the local community. Raising funds to accomplish the ongoing mission is essential to ensuring our organization continues to serve individuals and families. This leadership position ensures the team is best suited to carry out the mission and is a champion of the Center’s work in the community.

The ideal candidate for the executive director position will be a person with the interest and ability to lead the organization with integrity, authenticity, and transparency, fostering an attitude of cooperation, collaboration and respect when interacting with staff, volunteers, board members, donors, stakeholders, and the community at large.

Equal Opportunity Employer.

Employment Criteria:

A. Education: Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred

B. Competencies:
1. Nonprofit management experience, including responsible fiscal and programmatic oversight.

2. Proven fund development experience, including both fundraising and making lasting community connections.

3. Ability to deliver visionary and strategic leadership. Ability to motive staff, board, and volunteers. Ability to engage the community and develop partnerships.

4. Experience working with nonprofit boards.

5. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus.

6. Supervisory experience.

7. Ability to work with a diverse population.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume/CV to NSC Search Committee at ksipple@oxfordnsc.org

About Us

Oxford Area Neighborhood Services Center (NSC) empowers people experiencing a crisis or sudden hardship by providing direct assistance and/or connecting them to available resources.

NSC has been a cornerstone of Oxford and the surrounding townships since 1971. The multi-faceted agency is the heart and soul of the Oxford area, providing income-eligible individuals and families with safety-net services to meet their most basic needs – a food pantry, financial assistance for housing and utilities, case management, and information and referral. These essential services help families address obstacles they encounter when faced with unemployment or under employment, homelessness, health crises, substance abuse and mental health issues, as well as emergencies that impact their ability to provide for their families.

Apply for this job

Please email a cover letter and resume/CV to ksipple@oxfordnsc.org. Applications will be accepted through February 28, 2020.

Managing Director: The Philadelphia Citizen

Overview

The Managing Director will work closely with the Co-Executive Directors to strategically guide organizational growth through development and management of a diverse set of revenue streams.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

  • Manage and further develop The Citizen’s current primary earned  & contributed revenue generation streams: event sponsorship sales & foundation/donor gifts
  • Work with Co-Executive Directors, board members, and senior staff to develop and implement secondary revenue generation streams: membership, underwriting/advertising, and major gifts
  • Work closely with Event/Sales Manager to optimize event/sales strategy and execution of roughly 3-4 quarterly events, and one annual signature event (Dec)
  • Own and develop execution of grant proposals, reports, and donor communications with a long-term, relationship-building approach
  • Work with staff to develop and pilot innovative products (such as new newsletters, text campaigns, community pop-ups) as new ways to engage our audience (both online and offline)
  • Manage relevant operations and systems related to organization: Includes working with contracted Accounting Associate (YPTC) to oversee payroll (paychex), bill processing (bill.com), donor/customer management database (Kindful)
  • Work with Co-Executive Directors to manage board communication and development

Primary Qualifications

  • Mission-driven entrepreneurship mindset
  • Knowledge of non-profit media/journalism is preferred
  • Proven track record of achieving financial/business development goals
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Familiarity with donor/customer databases and ability to use data for analysis
  • Demonstrated excellence in project management
  • Previous experience managing direct reports is preferred but not required

Anticipated salary range of $75,000 to $85,000 based on experience and qualifications.

About Us

The Philadelphia Citizen is a non-profit civic media organization that combines solutions-oriented journalism & thought-provoking events with specific tools for civic action.

Apply for this job

Send resume and cover letter to: roxanne@thephiladelphiacitizen.org

Project Manager, VP University & Community Partnership: Drexel University

About Drexel

Drexel is a comprehensive global research university ranked among the top 100 in the nation. With over 24,000 students, Drexel is one of America’s 15 largest private universities. Drexel is one of Philadelphia’s top 10 private employers, and a major engine for economic development in the region. Drexel has committed to being the nation’s most civically engaged university, with community partnerships integrated into every aspect of service and academics.

Job Summary:

Drexel is seeking a full-time experienced Project Manager to support its Promise Neighborhoods Initiative. Functions include reporting, performance measurement for contracted partners, grant administration, and compliance, and team operations/administration. This position reports to the Promise Neighborhood Project Director.

Essential Functions:

  • Support implementation and success of activities and partnerships in coordination with content area managers.
  • Perform administrative activities such as correspondence, mailings, data entry, preparation of spreadsheets, reports, and other materials. Schedule staff meetings and events, including planning and logistics, preparing materials, recording and distributing minutes, and supporting administrative follow-up tasks, as requested.
  • Develop and implement processes and procedures for bi-annual federal reports and quarterly partner check-ins.
  • Manage strategic planning and priorities for meetings with contracted and community partners. Facilitate bimonthly and monthly meetings with partners.
  • Serve as key liaison between Data & Research Core and Implementation team.
  • Assist Communications Specialist with the creation and maintenance of relevant communication and media, including newsletter, printed materials and grant website.
  • Create strategic and meeting plans for both Project Management Team and Community Advisory Council meetings.
  • Support community outreach events.
  • Supervise student workers, interns, and/or other staff as required.

Required Qualifications:

Bachelors Degree. Minimum of three years experience.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Highly organized, strategic thinker who works well both independently and collaboratively and is solutions-oriented with strong analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills.
  • Public sector or community work experience a definite plus.
  • Experience managing relationships with multiple stakeholders and community members
  • Experience/comfort working in majority black and low-income communities.
  • An eagerness and enthusiasm to improve and innovate organizational functions.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, and Power point), Google docs, and Basecamp.
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment.
  • A personable, helpful team player.
  • Able to attend some evening and Saturday meetings and events.

Physical Demands

Job Location:

University City

Additional Information

This position is classified as exempt with a salary grade of l. For more information regarding Drexel’s Professional Staff salary structure, https://drexel.edu/hr/career/ducomp/salstructure/

Special Instructions:

Please make sure you upload your Resume and Cover Letter when submitting your application.

Apply for this job

Applicants should apply at https://careers.drexel.edu/, Requisition # 494394