Director of development, Mural Arts Philadelphia, Philadelphia

Mural Arts seeks a Director of Development. This individual will have responsibility for all fundraising efforts for the organization and will manage and mentor the development staff. Mural Arts is a growing organization with a total budget of 10M, 55-65% of which is raised revenue. We are specifically seeking someone with experience in individual giving and major gifts who can grow these dimensions of our fundraising portfolio. The position will report directly to the Chief Strategy Officer. The Director of Development will serve on Mural Arts’ Leadership Team and will work closely with the Executive Director, Senior Staff, and the Board of Trustees to ensure Mural Arts has the necessary resources to achieve its goals and advance its mission. Interested applicants must submit resume and cover letter listing salary requirements addressed to with the following subject line: “Director of Development application 2018”. Candidates who advance in our selection process will be asked to submit writing samples. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until October 12, 2018.

Administrative Assistant, Upper Chichester Township PT

The Administrative Assistant position requires an organized, detailed individual able to perform a multitude of tasks related to supporting the Township’s Administration and Finance Departments. The individual must possess a positive attitude and able to interact with the public with a pleasant demeanor. Strong computer skills are necessary for success in the position. The position will report directly to the Township Manager, offering the right candidate experience working hand and hand with upper level management. This is a part time position of 26 hours per week and: Monday – Friday flexible between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. Friday availability is a must.


Policy and Program Manager, National Housing Resource Center, Philadelphia

The National Housing Resource Center (NHRC) is hiring an advocate to work with local and national nonprofit housing counseling groups on affordable housing issues in Congress and the Administration. The Policy and Program Manager will develop policy positions, working with member organizations and housing advocates to develop consensus positions on critical housing issues. This job is a high impact position with national significance, which will require resourcefulness and initiative. Please submit your resume to In your email or cover letter, please include a brief statement on why you feel you would be a good fit for this position. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.


Assistant OST Program ManagerLenfest Center, Philadelphia 

The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for supporting OST program management, processes, and operations onsite at the Lenfest Center. The primary focus of this position is to provide programmatic and administrative support to the OST Program Manager and Director of Programs. The Manager will coordinate the daily operations of the OST programs, including but not limited to engaging program partners, managing registration for each session, communicating with parents and families, and compiling reports on enrollment, attendance, and program participation. 


Project Manager, Foundation Communications, Lincoln Financial Group , Radnor, PA

This position will develop and manage enterprise employee programs including Lincoln’s United Way campaign, disaster relief efforts, volunteerism, other employee giving programs, and various activities related to Key Cities and other worksite locations. S/he will manage the annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report process including content development, project management, consultant support, budget management, and other duties as required. S/he will collaborate with Communications in providing content for CSR topics and issues through various internal and external channels.

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Senior Associate: Risk and Strategic Policy, PwC ,Philadelphia

As a Senior Associate, you’ll work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industry experience, helping our clients solve their complex business issues from strategy to execution.  As part of the team, you’ll work on developing integrated risk strategies and frameworks across all landscapes to help our clients navigate new and evolving laws, regulations, and complex industry specific compliance requirements.

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Senior Philanthropic Strategist, Vanguard Charitable ,Malvern, Pennsylvania

Reporting to the Director of Philanthropic Services, the Senior Philanthropic Strategist (SPS) is responsible for delivering on a strategic plan to drive growth and sustainability among our largest accounts. The SPS is expected to support more junior, or less tenured, team members in cultivating and driving relationships, mitigating client risk, and cultivating growth opportunities. The SPS is expected to collaborate with other business units to integrate client needs and solutions to deliver a strategic platform to the Premier client base that is aligned with overall business needs and objectives.

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 Manager, Employee Engagement, Volunteerism & Giving, Comcast, Philadelphia

The Manager, Employee Engagement, Volunteerism & Giving is responsible for the management and coordination of Comcast’s year-round employee volunteer and mentorship programs for Community Impact. The Manager is also responsible for program coordination and management, ensuring projects and events are delivered in a timely and budget-conscious manner.  Additionally, the team leads the strategy for year-round volunteerism and engagement, including all programmatic, data, reporting and technology aspects.

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Director of School Engagement – Project Lead The Way, Philadelphia/E. PA/Delaware (Remote)

The Director of School Engagement (DSE), leads all aspects of the engagement and service experience, leveraging knowledge of assigned accounts to identify PLTW products that best match the needs and goals of district and school leaders.  The DSE engages with assigned accounts to conduct compelling product pitches and to nurture and grow accounts, anticipating evolving needs over time. As the quarterback of the engagement process, the DSE collaborates with other members of the Engagement Team as appropriate to answer questions, develop specialized plans, troubleshoot barriers and close deals. Once the DSE transitions accounts for implementation support, the DSE remains available as needed and routinely checks in with the account to ensure satisfaction and to nurture growth opportunities over time. This role is a remote, field-based position and works from a dedicated home office within the assigned region, Pennsylvania/East Pennsylvania/Delaware. The ability to travel regularly is an essential component of this position.

Please apply via Linkedin here.


Assistant Director Of Development, Anti-Defamation League ,Philadelphia 

ADL is looking for an assistant director to oversee the development, engagement and activation of ADL young leaders (professionals ages 25-40) in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware. Equip young professionals with the knowledge, skills and passion to more effectively advance the work of the League in the region. Create a pipeline of talented and dedicated young leaders who are able and willing to step into progressively more responsible roles within ADL at the regional and national levels.
Manage ADL’s digital presence in the region. Engage in online efforts to promote the work and mission of the League through electronic newsletters, blogs, social media, website and other digital tools. Execute national and regional social media initiatives and strategy. Grow ADL’s digital following across multiple platforms, and leverage that following to expand the League’s impact and fundraising efforts.

Please apply via linkedin here.


Program Associate, American Board of Internal Medicine  , Philadelphia

The American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation (ABIMF) is currently seeking a Program Associate to join our Foundation team. The Program Associate will perform a variety of tasks to support the Choosing Wisely® campaign and other medical professionalism grants and projects. The ideal candidate has a graduate degree in a healthcare-related field preferred with experience analyzing data in SPSS or SAS. To succeed in this role, one must have excellent organizational, project management and planning skills, and must be extremely detail oriented.  Please apply via LinkedIn.


Assistant Borough Manager, Borough of Bridgeport, Montgomery County, PA

The Borough of Bridgeport (0.71 square miles in size, population approx. 4,500) is conducting a search to fill the newly created position of Assistant Borough Manager. The Assistant Borough Manager’s responsibilities will focus primarily on the financial administration of the borough and its $5 million general fund and $1.4 million sewer fund budgets, including budget research & development, payroll, insurance claims, pension funds, developer escrows, audits, monthly financial reports, bank reconciliations, and accounts payable. In addition, this position will be responsible for other routine duties and special projects as delegated by the Borough Manager.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Education: Candidates must possess, at a minimum, a Bachelor’s Degree in finance, accounting, public or business administration – CPFO, CPA, or MPA preferred but not required; 3-5 years of municipal administration experience involving fiscal and budgetary activities in a governmental operation or non-profit organization with supervisory duties; and knowledge of public finance and fiscal planning, organization and functions of municipal government, payroll and accounts payable functions, budgetary and accounting and reporting systems along with GASB knowledge. Candidates should also possess knowledge and experience of other aspects of municipal management, such as grant writing, social media & public information, planning & zoning and employee benefits. Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

Salary range is $78,000-87,000, depending on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package. Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume (with three references) and salary history all in one attachment by October 5, 2018 and send to Keith Truman at , Or to Borough of Bridgeport, Attn: Keith Truman, 63 West 4th Street, Bridgeport, PA, 19405. EOE.


Assistant Director of Career Development, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University

The Heller School at Brandeis University seeks to hire an Assistant Director for Career Development to be responsible for providing professional career advising, education, and programmatic services to Heller School students and alumni that will assist them in exploration, interviewing, searching for, and making decisions related to internships, jobs, and other professional experiences. This role will have a primary focus on supporting students within our global programs (MA Conflict Resolution and Coexistence, MA Sustainable International Development, and MS in Global Health Policy). Through marketing and leveraging personal, professional and Heller contacts, the Assistant Director will cultivate and maintain relationships with private, non-profit, multinational, non-governmental and humanitarian organizations around the globe.

The Heller School was founded in 1959 to answer a pioneering question: how can we use policy to work towards the well-being of all members of society? Through graduate education, the pursuit of applied interdisciplinary research and active public engagement, we have a long history of responding to the changing needs of vulnerable populations.

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Director Of Development, Benefits Data Trust

Benefits Data Trust (BDT) is seeking a Director of Development who will implement diverse, proven development strategies to assist BDT in achieving its mission of transforming benefits access. The Director of Development must be able to think strategically and proactively to create and implement a comprehensive, results-oriented development plan that will support and maintain BDT programs, as well as support innovations. The successful candidate will communicate effectively with current and prospective donors and work to support the development team for our organization.

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Program Director, Delaware River Watershed, National Audubon Society

The National Audubon Society has identified the Delaware River basin as a national conservation priority and a centerpiece of Audubon’s hemispheric water strategy. The Delaware River watershed spans four states—Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York—and is home to nearly 7 million people. It also supports the second largest population of migrating shorebirds in North America and in the fall, thousands of migrating songbirds and raptors pass through the watershed on their southbound migration.

Audubon is now seeking its first Delaware River Program Director to organize and expand our work across the watershed, and leverage our partnerships and assets to advance a comprehensive restoration and protection plan for the entire basin. Reporting to the Vice President and Executive Director of Audubon Pennsylvania and closely collaborating with our Vice President for Water Conservation, the Program Director is charged with overseeing and strengthening existing programs, leveraging them for maximum mission impact, creating innovative strategic partnerships that diversifies funding sources, and executing a comprehensive strategy.

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Development Manager, Philadelphia Academies

Philadelphia Academies, Inc. is seeking a Development Manager to enact a comprehensive and strategic fund development plan focused on expanding corporate giving and individual donors.We connect students to industry, and industry to schools. Philadelphia Academies, Inc. is a non-profit whose mission is to design and implement industry informed, career-connected learning strategies for schools that position young people for success in postsecondary education and the workforce. Founded in 1969, PAI’s initial work was the creation and implementation of Career Academies, a specific model of career-connected learning that has since been put into action in over 8,000 schools nationally. While still supporting the Academy Model, PAI has recently created a more diverse portfolio of career-connected services including Work-Based Learning (WBL), Career Pathways and Pre-Apprenticeship Bridge Programs. By partnering with schools on one hand and Industry and Post-Secondary Institutions on the other, PAI seeks to support students and teachers as we envision a world where all young people have the skills, resources, and networks to reach their full potential.

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Executive Director, Montgomery County Library and Information Network Consortium

The Montgomery County Library and Information Network Consortium (MCLINC) seeks an experienced and ambitious Executive Director to lead the operation of the 16 member library consortium.

Located within Montgomery County, PA, MCLINC headquarters manages the successful delivery of services to MCLINC libraries to maximize the available resources within the Consortium. Supported services include the automated integrated library system (ILS), related technical operations and overall operations.

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Development Manager, Mazzoni Center, Philadelphia, PA

The Mazzoni Center is hiring a Development Manager. The Development Manager manages, maintains, creates, and supports special and third party fundraising events, identifies and cultivates corporate sponsors and major gifts in kind, and leads and directs development volunteers. The role prepares fundraising plans and works with event committees and enlists support of key volunteers, board members and staff to implement fundraising initiatives, and to meet event-related goals

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Leadership Development Program – The Broad Residency

Work at the manager or director level within an Urban School District, Charter Management Organization (CMO), or State Department of Education. Residents work as managers reporting to senior leaders. Opportunities in general management as well as functional areas (strategy, finance, operations, human capital, etc.) are available nationwide.

Find the full description and application details here. 

Executive Director, Philadelphia Veterans Comfort House

The organization seeks a dynamic, entrepreneurial female Executive Director, with a strong military and social services background, to aggressively scale its mission.

Working with the Board of PVCH, this energetic leader will start with the formalization of a strategic plan to complete renovations and reopen the House, and then will play an integral part in building every aspect of PVCH, including the execution of daily operations for residents of the House, daily service to the Veteran community, holiday open houses, fundraising and community building. The Executive Director will play a key role in developing relationships with donors, forging partnerships with other Veteran Service Organizations (VSO), and collaborating with both independent social service providers as well as the VA to provide a seamless infrastructure that will care for our Veterans from intake to placement in transitional programs and permanent housing. The Executive Director will have ultimate responsibility for the organization’s operational and capital fiscal performance.

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Program Associate, Venture Café, Philadelphia, PA

Venture Café powered by Quorum is slated to become Philadelphia’s largest weekly gathering for the innovation, entrepreneur and startup ecosystem. The Program Associate, Venture Café Philadelphia will work in tandem with the Program Manager, VP Ecosystem Development and the Quorum team to convene, catalyze connections and help grow Philadelphia’s innovation and entrepreneurship communities. The Program Associate, Venture Café Philadelphia will help position Venture Café powered by Quorum as a valuable neutral player in the local ecosystem. The Program Associate, Venture Café Philadelphia will become a leader in Greater Philadelphia’s innovation community, helping Philadelphia maintain itself among the top US cities as a hub for startups.

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Communications Manager, Read by 4th

The Read by 4th team is looking for the perfect person to round out or fabulous team. We are hiring for a communications manager who will lead all of our digital and online platforms (social media, website, blog, digital newsletters) and help us shape our first internal role focused on communications and PR. We need a self-starter, with high energy, good judgement, and excellent writing skills. Experience with graphic design and minor video editing is a plus. Having experience working with and knowing Philadelphia families is ideal.

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Project Manager, Economy League of Greater Philadelphia

The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia is seeking a highly-motivated, team-oriented professional to fill the role of Project Manager. Ideal candidates will combine expertise in economic development, policy analysis, or city and regional planning with experience in in-depth research, quantitative analysis, stakeholder engagement, and project management. Project Managers are key members of the Economy League staff. They report to the Managing Director, Projects & Operations, and manage research projects and strategic initiatives focused on business growth, education & talent development, and infrastructure.

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Director of Business Development, JEVS Human Services

JEVS Human Services currently has an exciting opportunity for a driven, problem solver to join our growing team as the Director of Business Development. We are seeking an individual with strategic planning skills and the ability to network and develop lasting relationships. As the Director of Business Development, you will be responsible for providing strategic and leadership support to the SVP of Business Development, and you will be instrumental in fostering agency growth.

Within this role you will collaborate with members of the Business Development department and with the Executive team to conceptualize and design new programs and fundable service models. To be successful, you must develop relationships to secure substantial funding and contract awards as well as to establish partnerships and affiliations vital for agency growth.

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AmeriCorpsAbility Program Member – The Arc of Philadelphia

The Arc of Philadelphia AmeriCorpsAbility program focuses on inclusion services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the community. Members will have service opportunities in the following areas: economic opportunity and healthy futures.

In order to serve as an AmeriCorps member, you must: have a high school diploma, GED or its equivalent; receive a satisfactory criminal background check; be at least 18 years old; and have a willingness to serve for a year as a full time AmeriCorps member (1700 hours).

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Career Pathway Specialist, Philadelphia Academies

The Career Pathway Specialist is responsible for working with schools, teachers, and industry partners to support existing career pathways as well as to develop new pathways in PAI’s partner schools. They will also work directly with PAI’s new Pre-Apprenticeship Bridge program, supporting students and teachers in 3 CTE Programs through a 3-year pilot intended to better prepare students to graduate into successful careers in welding, electrical and carpentry trades. Additionally, this person will serve as a support staff in PAI’s role in the STEAM Scholars program. The Career Pathway Specialist is a key member of the PAI team, coordinating with fellow staff and outside partners to ensure schools are empowered to develop and grow thematic and CTE pathways in high-priority occupation areas.

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Project-Based and Work-Based Learning Specialist, Philadelphia Academies

The Project-Based and Work-Based Learning Specialist will focus on developing and supporting project-based and work-based learning (PBL/WBL) efforts in partner schools. The Specialist will train and support teachers in planning and implementing projects and will also serve as the liaison with business partners and outside agencies, coordinating trips, volunteer participation, and PBL/WBL efforts. Additionally, this person will work closely with PAI’s Career Pathway Specialist to assist with case management for PAI’s new Bridge Program as needed. The PBL/WBL Specialist must coordinate efforts within the Programs Team at PAI, working with school teams to support grant deliverables at partner schools, and to ensure that work is integrated and coordinated with other PAI and school efforts.

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Executive Director, Keep Philadelphia Beautiful

Keep Philadelphia Beautiful is looking for a collaborative, innovative and creative Executive Director who can step into a passionate organization with a big mission and continue to build sustainable capacity, strong programming and organizational reputation.

Are you a changemaker? Do you believe community beautification leads to healthier, safer and more economically viable neighborhoods? Is rolling up your sleeves part of your mission? Do you thrive on building relationships with diverse groups to spark collective action? Do you love Philadelphia?

Then join us, as we work to make Philadelphia a beautiful city to live, work and play.

Find the full description and application details here. 

Project Manager (Visiting Research Associate), Department Lake Institute on Faith and Giving, IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

As Visiting Research Associate, position will manage the current research portfolio of Lake Institute. Current research portfolio centers around the National Study of Congregations’ Economic Practices ( and is funded for the next two years through a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. Duties include developing all aspects of the research project alongside the study’s PIs (David King and Brad Fulton. The Project Manager will serve as liaison to project staff NORC at the University of Chicago, the Institutional Review Board, and other collaborative researchers and practitioners inside and outside of Indiana University.

The full description and application details can be found here: NSCEP Project Manager – Position Listing


Program Manager, Pennsylvania and Delaware – National Parks Conservation Association, Philadelphia, PA

The National Parks Conservation Association, the nation’s leading national park advocacy organization, seeks a skilled advocate based in Philadelphia or Harrisburg to lead its advocacy programs in the two states. The successful candidate is a self-starter, a leader who can equip and support a team, and can manage the demands of a fast-paced environment. The successful candidate will have a record of planning and executing strategic conservation/preservation campaigns; of building productive, collaborative relationships with community and political leaders in rural, suburban and urban communities; of leading and contributing to interdisciplinary teams; and will demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills. Significant travel and weekend/evening work required.

The full description and application details can be found here.


Program Specialist, Cradle of Liberty Council, Boy Scouts of America

The Cradle of Liberty Council, Boy Scouts of America is hiring Program Specialists to run our after school programs for youth in distressed communities such as Chester and Darby in Delaware County and certain sections of Philadelphia. A Program Specialist will engage Scouts in active and imaginative activities and will draw in and manage parents and potential leaders. Program Specialists need to be self-starters, self-motivated, be able to work independently and have a desire for community involvement.

Program Specialists are paid leaders who run Cub Scout Packs and Boy Scout Troops. We are looking for any graduate students or any new grads looking to get into the education, social work, or non-profit fields. Any interested applicants can contact Ryan Martin, ’13 MPA, or Stacey Graham our Program Specialists Coordinator.

Find the full description and application details here: COL Program Specialist Description final


Assistant Township Manager, Whitemarsh Township, Montgomery County, PA

The Assistant Township Manager assists the Township Manager to develop and implement strategic initiatives and provides leadership and management over multiple Township departments.  They must have experience in various communication platforms, budget and finance as well as human resources.  The Assistant Township Manager also serves as manager on various municipal projects as required and provides staff support to various boards and commissions. Find the full job description and application details here.

Communications Specialist, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health External Affairs office,Villanova, PA

As a Communications Specialist at Devereux, you will assist the National Director of Communications in executing Devereux’s communications strategies to: 1) help employees across the organization be well-informed, engaged and connected to our overall mission; and 2) generate awareness of Devereux’s brand, as well as its signature programs and services, to external audiences.

Coordinator of External Relations, The School of Public Policy, University of Maryland Baltimore County

The incumbent will work with faculty, staff and the university communications team on effective communication about social sciences; to include social media and newsletter.  Specific duties include: plan social sciences events featuring policy discussions relevant to Maryland and School of Public Policy; design marketing literature for degree programs and promotional literature highlighting department faculty, students and alumni; coordinate partnerships, publicity, social media and other outreach efforts with local employers who hire social sciences students; collaborate with Alumni Relations on fundraising and support continued development of relationships with alumni; provide support for outreach initiatives for student recruitment; plan, manage and attend meetings with External Advisory Board; and perform other duties as assigned.

President & CEO, Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania

The President & Chief Executive Officer develops and directs a strategy to advance the organization’s vision, mission and values. In the regional, state and national arenas, position the organization at the forefront of the industry leaders. Ensure that organizational services and objectives are responsive to and in alignment with current and anticipated market forces. Direct the effective and efficient operation of participation and administrative services. Identify and initiate new business opportunities and develop strategies to attract resources to generate independent financial support. Foster an environment that sustains an engaged and effective board of directors that excels in fiduciary, development and consultative responsibilities.

Human Resources Associate, Penn Asian Senior Services, Penn Asian Senior Services

Maintains the work structure by updating job requirements and job descriptions for all positions. Maintains organization staff by establishing a recruiting, testing, and interviewing program; counseling managers on candidate selection; conducting and analyzing exit interviews; recommending changes. Prepares employees for assignments by establishing and conducting orientation and training programs. Ensures planning, monitoring, and appraisal of employee work results by training managers to coach and discipline employees; scheduling management conferences with employees; hearing and resolving employee grievances; counseling employees and supervisors.

Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, PA

Assistant OMWI Director and Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia is one of the 12 regional Reserve Banks that, together with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up the Federal Reserve System. It helps formulate and implement monetary policy, supervises banks and bank and savings and loan holding companies, and provides financial services to depository institutions and the federal government. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia serves eastern and central Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware.

Gov’t Relations & Compliance Coordinator, Health Partners Plans, Health Partners Plans

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. Minority and women are encouraged to apply. We maintain a drug-free & nicotine free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
The GRC Coordinator provides outreach and administrative support for the Government Relations and Compliance (GRC) department.Working collaboratively, under the direction of the Director and Manager of the departments, this position is responsible for maintaining a working interface within the departments and regulators, to ensure ongoing compliance with the Medicaid and CHIP Programs.

Director for Training and Technical Assistance, Center for Community Health Workers, University of Pennsylvania, PA

If you want to spearhead training and technical assistance for an innovative healthcare organization committed to social justice, this is the job for you! We have developed IMPaCT, a nationally-recognized, evidence-based Community Health Worker (CHW) model, and there is growing demand from organizations across the country to replicate the program in their communities. We’re looking to hire a highly-organized, energetic, creative individual to develop relationships, programs and capacity with and for our partner organizations.

Philadelphia Program Coordinator, Benefits Data Trust

The Philadelphia Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Pennsylvania Program Manager to deliver and successfully implement the BenePhilly Initiative and other Philadelphia-based projects within BDT’s Philadelphia Vision plan.

Executive Director, Need in Deed,  Philadelphia PA

The Executive Director (ED) will have strategic and operational responsibility for NID’s staff, programs, resource development, vision and execution of its mission. The new ED will be a skillful thinker who will work in concert with the Board to develop a long term, multi-dimensional development strategy, raise the organization’s public profile and create a plan for the organization’s future growth.