Careers in the Sector 
Philanthropy Delaware connects people and resources to advance the sector.  Below is a compiled list of job openings in Delaware and the region to create value for job seekers and employers in the sector.

Have a job to post?  Please contact Lauren Christie, Strategic Initiatives Coordinator, at 302-490-5984 via phone or Lauren@PhilanthropyDelaware.org via e-mail. 

Job Openings

    • April 25, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Princeton, NJ

    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF; the Foundation) LogoThe Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF; the Foundation), located in Princeton, N.J., is the largest philanthropy in America dedicated solely to health. Since 1972, we have been providing funding, assistance, and research for projects and programs to help people, their families, and their communities be as healthy as possible. RWJF is committed to working alongside others to build a Culture of Health that provides everyone in America a fair and just opportunity for health and well-being.

    We take seriously our responsibilities, and we pledge to work in ways that reflect our Guiding Principles. These are rooted in equity and influence everything we do at RWJF. Diversity, inclusion, and collaboration allow our staff’s wide range of experiences, passions, and perspectives to enrich our work and strengthen our ability to address our nation’s most pressing health issues. With a career at RWJF, you will make a difference.

    Reporting to the senior vice president (SVP), Program, the assistant vice president (AVP) is a key partner with program leadership in the Robert Wood Foundation’s efforts to promote fair and just opportunities for health and well-being in the United States. The AVP will provide leadership to identify and advance strategic objectives and manage and guide operations.

    As with staff at all levels of the Foundation, AVPs are expected to demonstrate a passionate commitment to equity and to the Foundation’s mission and Guiding Principles.

    Click here for more information and to apply. 


    • April 25, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Princeton, NJ

    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF; the Foundation) LogoThe Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF; the Foundation), located in Princeton, N.J., is the largest philanthropy in America dedicated solely to health. Since 1972, we have been providing funding, assistance, and research for projects and programs to help people, their families, and their communities be as healthy as possible. RWJF is committed to working alongside others to build a Culture of Health that provides everyone in America a fair and just opportunity for health and well-being.

    We take seriously our responsibilities, and we pledge to work in ways that reflect our Guiding Principles. These are rooted in equity and influence everything we do at RWJF. Diversity, inclusion, and collaboration allow our staff’s wide range of experiences, passions, and perspectives to enrich our work and strengthen our ability to address our nation’s most pressing health issues. With a career at RWJF, you will make a difference.

    Scope

    Reporting to the chief operating officer (COO), the assistant vice president (AVP), Operations is focused across the Operations division and acts as delegate and deputy as required. In particular, this position will work with operation leaders and departments with key accountability for Operations division engagement, change and project management and serving as the primary point of contact and liaison to the day-to-day activities of the Operations division. Core deliverables for the AVP, Operations are to:

    1. Serve as a member of Operations senior leadership team and be a thought partner to the COO.
    2. Collaborate across and unify the division through relationship building and Operations division employee engagement.
    3. Provide direct oversight, management, and supervision of cross-collaborative process improvement, vendor management, and other initiatives.
    4. Develop standard approaches to operations change; project and performance management including the development of key performance indicators and tracking to support the direction and implementation of operations programs and projects; and for providing and promoting problem analysis and resolution at both a strategic and functional level.
    5. Engage with leaders on behalf of the COO as needed, including other AVPs and peers to provide coverage for the COO in their absence as requested or required to ensure consistent operations.

    As with staff at all levels of RWJF, AVP’s are expected to demonstrate a passionate commitment to equity and to the Foundation’s mission and Guiding Principles.

    Click here for more information and to apply.


    • April 26, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Logo of Multicultural Community ServiceUnder the direction of the Executive Director and the Language Services Program Director, the Language Services Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the overall coordination of the MCS Language Services Program including the Community Interpreter Training course, the annual Professional Development Workshop, and daily delivery of language services including oral interpreter and written translation needs.


    This job will require a schedule that aligns with DC Government operating hours (8:30am-5pm Eastern time).


    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    ·        Work closely with the Language Services Director and/or Executive Director to implement the Community Interpreter Training course, the Translators and Interpreters Professional Development Workshop, and coordinate daily language access services.

    ·        Suggest and implement marketing and outreach strategies to targeted language communities including the development of content for the MCS website and other advertising materials.

    ·        Implement program goals, objectives, and activities according to the project timeline, meeting quality standards and related objectives.

    ·        Represent MCS at community meetings as requested.

    ·        Work effectively with customers and service providers.

    ·        Manage logistical aspects of the Language Services Program.

    ·        Maintain an accurate and accessible interpreter and translator database.

    ·        Other duties as assigned.


    PERFORMANCE FACTORS

    ·        Efficient and timely coordination of Language Services Program including successfully meeting customer needs within time frames.

    ·        Effective manager and team player with coworkers.

    ·        Able to take direction and initiative, launch implementation and follow-up.

    ·        Effective management of multiple interpretation and translation tasks along with other duties.

    ·        Management of multiple trainee internships throughout the year, including the recruitment process and day-to-day coordination of trainee work.

    ·        Maintain processes and data that is accurate and up to date.

    ·        Good attendance, dependability, and reliability.

    ·        Effective oral and written communication.

    ·        Able to perform other duties as required.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    ·        Coordination of a program or project

    ·        Strong organizational skills

    ·        Ability to prioritize

    ·        Ability to manage program budget

    ·        Energetic, flexible, creative

    ·        Ability to work effectively in a team and with people of diverse backgrounds

    ·        Attention to deadlines and details

    ·        Marketing background

    ·        Ability to work with minimal supervision

    ·        College degree

    ·        Excellent communications skills

    ·        Well-developed interpersonal skills and professional composure

    ·        Computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and Internet applications.

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    • April 30, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Logo of Family EqualityAs the leading national center for LGBTQ family policy expertise, the Department of Public Policy sets and advances a proactive agenda for family creation and recognition, family-inclusive education reform, and family-inclusive non-discrimination and safety reform; lobbies in support of legislative and policy changes at all levels of government that are beneficial to and affirming of LGBTQ families; drafts and passes model family-inclusive legislation; and provides legislative drafting and other technical assistance to national, state and local partners and elected officials. 

    Family Equality is a distributed organization, with employees in every part of the country. The Chief Policy Officer who will preferably be based in Washington, DC, will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer and the organization’s leadership team to conceive, expand, and implement Family Equality’s public policy agenda.

    The Chief Policy Officer is responsible for developing and overseeing the advancement of Family Equality’s policy platform and legislative and policy/advocacy priorities at the federal, state and local levels, including building the organization’s influence within the public policy community, cultivating relationships with strategic partners, policy makers and elected officials, shepherding Family Equality’s response to legislative and regulatory developments impacting LGBTQ families, and engaging LGBTQ families, friends and allies in advancing social and legal reform.

    The Chief Policy Officer directly supervises two senior-level attorneys and serves as part of the senior management team for the organization, assisting the Chief Executive Officer and other team members with the strategic management, direction and resourceidentification for the organization, and attending meetings of the Board of Directors.

    Responsibilities:

    ·       Develop and drive Family Equality’s federal, state, and local legislative, policy and institutional change priorities (both proactive and defensive), legal and legislative research, tracking and drafting, lobbying activities, and relationship building;

    ·       Build the influence, reach and visibility of Family Equality as the national family policy, education and engagement expert;

    ·       Identify innovative new relationships with key partners, networks and coalitions that can help achievepolicy, education and engagement goals;

    ·       Oversee the provision of legislative drafting and other technical assistance and resources tosupporters, community and institutional leaders, and policy makers working on legislative, policyand systems change issues affecting LGBTQ families;

    ·       Educate a range of audiences about LGBTQ family policy, education and engagement strategies through conferences, workshops, trainings and other public speaking (some travel required);

    ·       Develop and lead the implementation of educational programs that aid in creating andsustaining happy, healthy families over the continuum of their lives;

    ·       Develop and lead the implementation of engagement tools and strategies that will build thecapacity of LGBTQ parents to engage in and improve key legal and social institutions;

    ·       Supervise and support the organization’s policy, training, education and volunteer staff;

    ·       Participate in management team and staff meetings;

    ·       Participate in organizational development and strategic planning processes;

    ·       Prepare and manage departmental budget;

    ·       Assist with fundraising by helping prepare advocacy and education grants, participating in donoroutreach and education, and identifying and stewarding new and existing funding;

    ·       Prepare and present written and verbal reports to Board, members, funders and public;

    ·       Provide guidance and support to the development of communications for advocacy campaigns, press releases and other media interfacing related to key advocacy and education initiatives;

    ·       Participate in teams with Family Equality staff working on organizational priorities;

    ·       Represent Family Equality and its mission in the community;

    ·       Other responsibilities as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer. 


    Minimum Qualifications:

    All candidates must have a “can do” attitude, enjoy a fast-paced environment, be highly organized without losing sight of larger objectives, and be committed to justice and equality for LGBTQ families. Qualifications include:

    ·       An advanced degree in law or policy;

    ·       Minimum of seven years of relevant policy experience, preferably directly with legislative and legalresearch, drafting, policy analysis and/or lobbying at the national, state or local level;

    ·       Experience in management of senior-level staff and proven ability to provide clear direction,delegate well and assume ultimate responsibility;

    ·       Experience managing budgets and administration; 

    ·       Demonstrated experience building healthy and productive coalitions;

    ·       Experience working effectively with broadcast, online and print media, including serving as anorganizational spokesperson;

    ·       Knowledge of the full range of policy, institutional and engagement challenges facing FamilyEquality’s supporters;

    ·       Ability to think “big picture” in developing programs and operations as well as translate those ideasinto realistic, actionable plans;

    ·       Experience in creating and implementing advocacy campaigns;

    ·       Experience with resource development;

    ·       Interest in working with the Chief Executive Officer and other leadership team members to raisefunds to support the organization (some travel required);

    ·       Exceptional writing, verbal and interpersonal skills, including public speaking;

    ·       Keen analytical skills and attention to detail;

    ·       Ability to handle and prioritize appropriately multiple tasks in a timely, efficiently and flexiblemanner;

    ·       Ability to synthesize policy and research information for different audiences;

    ·       Ability to collaborate on projects with staff from other departments, and a high level ofpersonal investment in contributing to the priorities of the organization as a whole;

    ·       Willingness to travel;

    ·       Ability to work from a fully-connected home office (or secure own office space) in theWashington D.C. metro area, preferably;

    ·       Desire to grow with the organization;

    ·       Demonstrated experience working in the LGBTQ or allied movements is preferred; commitment and desire to working in a multi-cultural environment where diversity based on race, ethnic origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical ability, family status andother characteristics is an important and practiced value is essential.

     

    For more information on Family Equality please visit our website at www.familyequality.org. We enjoy working in a team based environment and value the benefits of a diversified workplace.


    • April 30, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • West Chester, PA

    Chester County Community Foundation “Food for Thought” Board Trustee Edition Goes Digital This September | Philanthropy Network Greater PhiladelphiaDo you believe that everyone can be a philanthropist? If so, then welcome to the Chester County Community Foundation (CCCF). We make an impact because of caring individuals whose generosity makes charitable legacy grants possible.

    Chester County Community Foundation is seeking an experienced mid-level professional to help individual major donors and their professional advisors create endowed legacy funds at the Community Foundation. This full-time position identifies and cultivates prospective fund advisor donors, and oversees the stewardship of each and every Community Foundation legacy fund.

    A strong track record of relationship building, customer service, and professional interactions with a diverse variety of people is essential, as is a sense of humor. Technical experience in planned giving, financial planning, and/or charitable estate planning is required, as this position is a trusted partner interacting with the Community Foundation’s robust network of tax, financial and legal advisors who help build our pipeline of major and planned legacy gifts.

    Click here for more information and to apply on Indeed.com

    • April 30, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Princeton, NJ

    FacebookThe Rita Allen Foundation is a venture philanthropy organization that enables early-career biomedical scholars to do pioneering research, seeds innovative approaches to fostering informed civic engagement, and develops knowledge and networks to build the effectiveness of the philanthropic sector. Over recent years we have built investments, research, and coalitions in civic science—fostering new connections between science and diverse communities. Our partners include pioneering scientists and civic science leaders, renowned national organizations and emerging startups advancing positive social change, and networks of influential peer funders. Together, we work to collaboratively support inclusive scientific and civic ecosystems where discovery and the public good can thrive.

    We are seeking a versatile writer, editor, and communications professional to join our entrepreneurial, mission driven organization. In addition to creating communications that advance our work every day, you will help map content strategies to engage high-priority audiences on emerging areas of exploration, and you will interface with our grant partners and collaborators to tell the story of our work. Communications serves a central role at the Foundation in advancing shared learning in our networks, celebrating excellence and ingenuity, and building collaborations that help our resources create greater impact. This position reports to the President and CEO of the Rita Allen Foundation.

    Click here for more information and to apply. 

    • April 30, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Washington, DC

    LogoThe Aspen Institute is a global nonprofit organization committed to realizing a free, just, and equitable society. Founded in 1949, the Institute drives change through dialogue, leadership, and action to help solve the most important challenges facing the United States and the world. Headquartered in Washington, DC, the Institute has a campus in Aspen, Colorado, and an international network of partners. The Institute’s communications team also serves as an in-house agency that provides communications and marketing support to the Institute’s 70+ programs, public events, fundraising efforts, and the President’s office. Learn more at aspeninstitute.org.

    The Institute is searching for a Manager, Advancement Communications, to work directly with the Aspen Institute’s Communications Department and in partnership with the Office of Institutional Advancement to develop marketing and communications strategies for engaging with donors and generating new fundraising opportunities.

    The role sits in the Communications department and will be an integral part of the Communications team, with a direct connection to the Institute’s Office of Institutional Advancement. This is a new position and with it the opportunity to form a compelling strategy to transform the Institute’s fundraising communications. Tasks described below may evolve as the strategy does.

    Position Overview

    The Advancement Communications Manager will lead development and implementation of a comprehensive communications strategy for the Institute’s fundraising and donor engagement efforts. The person in this position will use communications and advancement best practices to develop both online and offline text, graphics, multimedia, and more to engage donor audiences with the organization’s brand. This position also works to communicate the impact of the Aspen Institute, including work across our programs, public events, and the President’s office.

    Click here for more information and to apply. 

    • April 30, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Philadelphia, PA

    Founded in Boston in 2004, GreenLight Fund addresses barriers to economic mobility for children, youth and families in high-poverty urban areas by creating local infrastructure and a consistent annual process to:

    • Identify critical needs and barriers for people experiencing poverty;
    • Import innovative, entrepreneurial programs that can have a significant, measurable impact; and
    • Galvanize local support to help programs reach and sustain impact in the city.

    In addition to funding, GreenLight Fund provides ongoing support to the organizations it brings to a city (portfolio organizations) through access to a national network of partners and city-specific relationships and knowledge, as well as expertise developed through GreenLight Fund’s experience in other cities, which help ensure their success and impact.

    Currently, in addition to the founding site in Boston, GreenLight Fund now has sites in Philadelphia, the Bay Area, Cincinnati, Charlotte, Detroit, Kansas City, Atlanta, the Twin Cities, and is currently launching in Baltimore. Since our founding, GreenLight has launched and supported 33 innovative organizations in sites that reached more than 325,000 children and families last year.

    With a new strategic plan in place, GreenLight Fund is poised for continued growth, with a focus on deepening community impact, growing to new cities, building our learning capacity, building strategic partnerships, and centering equity in all that we do.

    To learn more about GreenLight Fund’s work, please visit http://greenlightfund.org/. 

    THE OPPORTUNITY

    Since its inception in 2012 with support from the federal Social Innovation Fund, GreenLight Fund Philadelphia raised over $8 million, and directly invested $4.2 million across five social enterprises in Philadelphia. In September 2020, the site announced it raised "GreenLight Philadelphia Fund III" - a $3.5 million fund to sustain GreenLight Fund's operations and investments in Philadelphia through 2024.

    GreenLight Fund is currently seeking a dynamic, passionate, and collaborative Executive Director to lead the next phase of GreenLight Philadelphia’s growth. The Executive Director will work with a Selection Advisory Council that includes private sector entrepreneurs and investors, nonprofit leaders, philanthropic leaders, social entrepreneurs and issue experts to identify critical needs in Philadelphia and vet, select, fund and launch the highest-performing national solutions that directly fit the needs of the community.

    Reporting to GreenLight Fund’s National Portfolio Director, this entrepreneurial leader will continue to build a strong, diverse coalition to support GreenLight Philadelphia and its portfolio organizations. This is a fantastic opportunity to work at the intersection of social entrepreneurship and community need, to build and support a portfolio of high performing nonprofits to confront the community’s most pressing challenges.

    The Executive Director will lead autonomously in Philadelphia to deliver GreenLight’s Method of Impact, partner with peers across the country to find and spread what works, and support the national GreenLight network.

    Visit the website for more information and to apply: https://greenlightfund.org/about/careers/

    • May 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    The Pete du Pont Freedom Foundation | Do More 24 Delaware 2020Founded in 2003, the Pete du Pont Freedom Foundation (PDFF) identifies and brings to life bold and innovative ideas that create jobs and make Delaware a better place to live, work, and raise a family. The foundation is committed to expanding the legacy of former Governor Pete du Pont by focusing on business and nonprofit opportunities to improve Delaware. It creates, nutures, and celebrates for-profit and social entrepreneurs through the programs outlined below. Reinventing Delaware has a seven year history of discovering leaders of color and PDFF has increased its efforts in this area with the Equitable Entrepreneurial Ecosystem (E3).

    The Foundation is currently searching for an Executive Director to lead the mission-based nonprofit organization to expand its reach and impact and to facilitate innovative programs that promote and encourage bold ideas that better the State of Delaware.

    The Executive Director will need to possess vision, enthusiasm, and a fascination for innovative approaches to old problems.


    Requirements for the Position:

    ▪ Display success in discovering and understanding opportunities for the Foundation

    ▪ Possess proven entrepreneurial accomplishments within the for-profit, social, and/or nonprofit sectors

    ▪ A history of developing creative and innovative ideas as well as launching new programs that facilitate economic growth.

    ▪ Proven success at interfacing with business, political, and social leaders and building relationships that will win their endorsement and financial support for the Foundation’s initiatives.

    ▪ Successful at applying a business acumen that will structure, as well as manage the operational success of initiatives that achieve the desired strategic and financial goals of the project and the Foundation.

    Core Knowledge and Experience:

    ▪ 5 to 7 years of demonstrable results-oriented leadership in the for-profit or nonprofit sectors.

    ▪ An understanding of the challenges facing emerging and established businesses and non-profit organizations that are poised for growth.

    ▪ A passion for and understanding of the State of Delaware, and for facilitating the launch of entrepreneurial efforts within the state.

    ▪ Excellent communication skills and the ability to build relationships with local leaders and funders.

    ▪ Strong facilitation skills.

    More about the Foundation and its Current Initiatives:

    ▪ Headquartered in downtown Wilmington

    ▪ Current operating budget $500K to $600K (it is not a grant making foundation)

    ▪ A team of two (including this position)

    ▪ The Foundation’s current programs:

    The Equitable Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Program

    o Launched in early 2020 to provide greater support and encouragement to entrepreneurs of color.

    o Removes barriers to business and nonprofit organization creation.

    ▪ Reinventing Delaware Program

    o A leading brand in "crowdfunding for ideas”, launched in 2014.

    o Holds community events which identify and foster bold ideas.

    o Provides research, resources, and an organizational development process for those ideas and their creators, nurturing programs into existence.

    o Alumni include Zip Code Wilmington, The Warehouse (Reach Riverside), Wilmington Greenbox, and Second Chances Farm.

    The Pete du Pont Freedom Award Program

    o Established in 2003 to recognize an accomplished world citizen or organization which has demonstrated a life-long leadership commitment to the cause of preserving and enhancing individual freedoms, particularly through entrepreneurship.

    The Westview Associates has been contracted to perform a retained search for the next Executive Director of PDFF. Qualified candidates are to contact: Ernest W. Russom III Executive Director The Westview Associates 610-405-4818 ERussom@TheWestviewAssociates.co

    • May 01, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • West Chester, PA

    Chester County Community Foundation (@ChesCoCF) | TwitterGift Planning & Stewardship Director, Chester County Community Foundation  -  Do you believe that everyone can be a philanthropist? If so, then welcome to the Chester County Community Foundation (CCCF). We make an impact because of caring individuals whose generosity makes charitable legacy grants possible.

    We seek an experienced mid-level professional to help individual major donors and their professional advisors create endowed legacy funds at the Community Foundation. This full-time position identifies and cultivates prospective fund advisor donors, and oversees the stewardship of each and every Community Foundation legacy fund.

    A strong track record of relationship building, customer service, and professional interactions with a diverse variety of people is essential, as is a sense of humor. Technical experience in planned giving, financial planning, and/or charitable estate planning is required, as this position is a trusted partner interacting with the Community Foundation’s robust network of tax, financial and legal advisors who help build our pipeline of major and planned legacy gifts.

    Click here to read more and to apply


    • June 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Logo of The Literacy LabThe Literacy Lab is seeking a full-time Marketing and Communications Manager to join our team. This is an excellent opportunity to support various aspects of communications and marketing, while working for a successful non-profit.


    About The Literacy Lab: The Literacy Lab is a fast-paced, Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide students in historically underserved communities with individualized reading instruction to improve their literacy skills, leading to greater success in school and increased opportunities in life. We partner with school districts to add capacity in high-need schools to close the literacy achievement gap for children before third grade. 


    Responsibilities: The Marketing and Communications Manager will report to the Director of Advancement in the short-term, as the organization works toward building out a communications unit, and will perform the following functions: 

    • Implements The Literacy Lab’s social media strategy, including scheduling posts and innovating around how to utilize social media to further the organization’s mission.
    • Supports the planning, writing, and managing of various forms of digital content including blog posts and eNewsletters.
    • Drafts and designs marketing material and takes ownership for managing media and material used for outreach. 
    • Ensures the organization’s website remains updated, and oversees the annual website audit process.
    • Ensures the organization’s Guidestar and other external profiles are accurate and regularly updated.
    • Supports the Advancement, Recruitment, and regional teams with event planning, including virtual events.
    • Creates spaces to collaborate with regional teams by convening communications team meetings, and developing workflows and processes to facilitate collaboration.
    • Manages the organization’s external stakeholder contact lists, ensuring it remains updated and organized. 
    • Plans and supports outreach to external audiences about The Literacy Lab’s mission. 
    • Collaborates with staff on new ideas for marketing and communications. 
    • Performs related duties as requested.


    Qualifications: We are seeking candidates with:

    • A college degree, preferably in a related field (for example, English, Marketing/Communications, or Public Relations). An Associates degree in a related field and/or other training in combination with relevant experience will also be considered.
    • Firm grasp of social media platforms and tools.
    • At least two years of related experience in marketing or communications is a plus.
    • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2010 (or later) software, especially Word and Excel; fluency with a variety of online and technology systems. Knowledge of HTML and graphic design is a plus.
    • Strong spoken and written communication skills.
    • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines.
    • Strong problem-solving skills and a can-do attitude; up for new challenges.
    • Strong professional communication skills and the ability to work well with others.
    • Enthusiasm for The Literacy Lab’s mission.


    Start Date: Position open until filled.


    Work Location: This position can be based at any one of The Literacy Lab’s regions- Metro DC; Virginia (including central Virginia); Kansas City, Missouri; Baltimore, Maryland; Western Massachusetts; and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

     

    Work Demands: This position may require out-of-town travel of approximately 5-10 nights per year for training, staff events, and conferences as well as travel within the DC region to complete duties and tasks. Performance of duties may require occasional evening or weekend work.


    Application Details: Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references with contact information via email to jobs@theliteracylab.org (ATTN: Marketing and Communications Manager). 

    • June 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Variety-PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia area nonprofit serving children with disabilities is seeking excellent writer who is detail oriented to be part of an exciting, goal-oriented development team. Must have experience writing grants. Bachelors required. Ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, and be able to take initiative and multitask. Position is based on site and requires a car.  Send resume to Dominique.bernardo@varietyphila.org.

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    • June 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    About - American OversightAmerican Oversight is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to accountability at all levels of government. We use targeted public records requests and litigation to expose evidence of corruption, abuses of power, or conflicts of interest. 

    This job is about relationships. The ideal candidate will be passionate about accountability and irrepressibly collaborative. 

    This is a leadership position–the director will serve as a key liaison between the entire American Oversight team and allies–so we anticipate strong candidates will have five or more years of relevant experience, as well as a demonstrated interest in government accountability and transparency.  

    ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Build and strengthen senior-level relationships with partners, expanding our influence with peer organizations. 
    • Represent American Oversight in meetings with allied organizations and government staffers, through webinars, and in other outward facing opportunities.
    • Step up in coalitions by offering to draft group letters and position papers, coordinate working groups, and facilitate communication with political leaders.
    • Work with partners to develop ideas for open record requests and keeping them updated on the progress of filed requests.
    • Coordinate with AO research, communications, and legal staff members to meet partner goals.
    • Serve as go-between for AO communications staff and partners to coordinate messaging opportunities and to amplify impact.  
    • Keep track of commitments to partners and coordinate internally to make sure AO is meeting them.
    • Prepare regular reports on communications with other organizations to keep AO leadership updated.
    • Maintain awareness of the roles and responsibilities of other AO staffers and seek opportunities to include them in relevant meetings with partners, Congress, and other government officials.
    QUALIFICATIONS 
    • Ideal candidates will have a minimum of five years of experience in a similar role with a track record of success in partnership development. However, we encourage you to apply if you meet the other qualifications for the role but have less experience.
    • Exceptional writing and verbal communications skills.
    • Confidence to speak out and step up in shared spaces.
    • Entrepreneurial approach to developing relationships
    • Experience working with diverse stakeholders and coalitions.
    • Interest in government ethics and accountability; familiarity with open records work preferred.
    • Sound judgment in anticipating reaction of partner groups to our efforts.
    • Outstanding ability to work collaboratively.
    • Strong project management skills and detail-oriented.
    • Quick learner willing to develop fluency across a wide swath of policy areas.
    • High degree of professional ethics and integrity.
    • Commitment to diversity and inclusion.
    HOW TO APPLY

    Interested applicants are encouraged to apply at https://www.americanoversight.org/strategic-partnerships-director soon as possible. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.

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    • June 01, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Remote / Wilmington, DE

    Logo of RodelRodel is a Philanthropy Delaware Member .    The core role of the Development/Fundraising Associate is to be a collaborative team member helping Delaware become a global leader in public education. The Development/Fundraising Associate will support our fundraising and grant management functions through all facets of the process. Working in collaboration with the entire team, the Development/Fundraising Associate will provide research on potential funders and help manage our funder pipelines. This role will manage the application processes for grant applications to both local and national partners and coordinate reporting requirements. The Development/Fundraising Associate will manage our contact management system, keeping the database updated and providing accurate details for the team.

    A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred for this position but not required if the applicant has relevant work experience. At least 2 to 4 years of experience coordinating and managing administrative activities is required. Prior experience in development or grant management is a bonus.

    For further information on Rodel, please visit us at www.RodelDE.org

    To Apply:

    Submit a cover letter and resume to Tiffany Trawick via email to ttrawick@rodelde.org.

    • June 01, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Remote / Wilmington, DE

    Logo of Cinnaire Corporation Cinnaire is a Philanthropy Delaware Member.  A Portfolio Manager is responsible for the proactive management of loans post-closing. The Portfolio Manager monitors borrowers for reporting and covenant compliance, manages and mitigates potential defaults and credit losses, and conducts an annual review of each borrower in the portfolio and supports the annual portfolio review process.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Serves as primary point of contact for borrowers post close:

    • Reviews loan terms and conditions post-close to manage compliance with loan documents
    • Manages collection, review, and analysis of borrower financial and other required reporting
    • Maintains accurate and complete loan files
    • Maintains accurate and complete borrower data in loan tracking systems
    • Prepares annual reviews of borrower loans, recommending risk rating changes based on the annual review.

    2. Assists with the analysis of loan portfolio trends and identifies portfolio vulnerabilities by interpreting data on payment trends, borrower financial ratios, pricing, economic influences and other factors affecting the portfolio.

    3. Manages troubled loans:

    • Monitors delinquencies
    • Resolves payment issues
    • Implements default processes
    • Downgrades risk ratings as appropriate for troubled loans.

    4. Provides technical assistance to support borrower financial health.

    5. Supports compliance with portfolio and collateral monitoring procedures.

    6. Prepares recommendations for loan modifications, restructurings, and renewals.

    7. Provides continuous process and content improvements to policies, procedures, and risk rating methodology.

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
    • Five or more years’ experience in community development portfolio management.
    • Strong analytical skills Excellent customer service skills
    • Competencies:
    • Analysis to Synthesis: Interprets data and information from multiple sources and translates it into coherent messages that inform decisions.
    • Intellectual Agility: Can flex and adapt thinking skills to meet the needs of different situations and circumstances. Doesn’t limit problem solving to one approach or methodology.
    • Perseverance: Accepts uncertainty by remaining focuses and engaged on assignments. Looks for plausible solutions to difficult problems.
    • Insight to Action: Acts on conviction and advances from concept to implementation toward a goal. Draws upon knowledge and professional judgement to orchestrate the steps required to get results.

    Travel Required: 20%

    Click here for more information and to apply.

    • June 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    One Village Alliance - MentoringOne Village Alliance, a thriving, Delaware based non-profit organization offers great opportunity for growth as a valued member of our uniquely qualified Leadership Team!

    Summary of Position The successful candidate for this position is a highly motivated, energetic “Go-getter”! The Community Impact Coordinator leads outcome oriented work to ensure high quality, intergenerational programs including mentoring, after-school, and summer camp for historically marginalized youth and families. This role serves to efficiently implement programs in a manner consistent with agency mission goals and projected outcomes. Extensive organization, planning, and community engagement required.

    Required Knowledge and Skills:

    ▪ Principles of youth program administration (planning, management, record keeping, budgeting, marketing)

    ▪ Excellent oral and written communication skills

    ▪ The ability to effectively lead and individually work to accomplish community impact goals

    ▪ Use of Technology, MS Office, Social Media, etc. Key Roles: − Administrative Program Development/Management − Student Recruitment/Retention − Program Implementation/Impact − Communications (newsletters, social media)

    Send any documents/questions to family@iamthevillage.org

    • June 01, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Remote

    InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is experiencing tremendous growth and fruit in our ministry on college campuses. To continue growing, we are seeking talented fundraisers who are committed to our mission and can identify, cultivate genuine relationships with, and solicit funds from major donors for national priorities and territorial/regional priorities as they align with national priorities.

    The purpose of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world. We are currently in the home stretch of a national fundraising campaign focused on growing our witnessing communities and strengthening evangelism and discipleship. The financial goal is $81M in cash and planned gifts.

    Duties:

    • Major gift fundraising: 45%.  Engage donors and prospects who have the capacity to make significant gifts to support and transform InterVarsity and help them accomplish their philanthropic goals.
    • Donor Visit Preparation and Follow-up: 45% 
    • Team Meetings, Training, Video Call Meetings, and IVCF National Conferences and Events:10%

    Qualifications:

    • Annually affirm InterVarsity’s Statement of Faith
    • Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred
    • Demonstrate skills and experience of a major gift officer, is familiar with moves management strategies and practices and has applied them with major donors.
    • Significant major donor fund development experience with a minimum of 5-7 years of transferable professional experience. Familiarity with moves management.
    • Passionate about InterVarsity’s mission to be a redeeming influence in higher education 

    How to Apply

    External candidates must submit:

    1. Completed InterVarsity General Application*

    *If located in Alabama, Atlanta (GA), California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Vermont, or Washington use the General Application – without salary history

    1. Completed Pastor/InterVarsity Staff Reference
    2. Completed Employment Reference
    3. Email the completed application along with cover letter and resume to Human Resources.

    Internal candidates must submit:

    1. Updated Resume
    2. Internal Application
    3. Email the completed application to Human Resources.

    *This is a remote position; candidates will ideally live in the Eastern United States.

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    • June 14, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Logo of Variety - the Children's Charity of the Delaware ValleyTeachers in our ESY program will have a degree in Special Education. Responsibilities include: Executing and Tracking IEP Goals, Recording data and Monitoring Progress, Managing Classroom, Implementing Behavioral Strategies, Fostering an inclusive classroom environment. Teachers will receive training from CHOP on Safe Lifts and Transfers as well as Crisis Prevention and Intervention Certification. This is a summer program running from June 14th-August 6, 2021.

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