Managing Director

Job Listing
Posted November 11, 2022

Background

ArtYard’s complex of art exhibition spaces, artist residencies, and state-of-the-art theater bring provocative art, performance, and creative mischief to a small town at the Delaware River’s edge in Frenchtown, New Jersey. ArtYard’s mission is to be an incubator for creative expression and a catalyst for collaborations that reveal the transformational power of art.

The Opportunity

Holiday Seasonal Guest Experience Position

Job Listing
Posted November 8, 2022

General Description:

Performs vital functions of the Guest Engagement department, meeting the guests' needs by providing professional hospitality and assistance before, during, and after the guests’ requests are satisfied. This position is dedicated to meeting the needs of any guest in areas across the Zoo including but not limited to, parking areas, entry experience, attractions and online.

Essential Job Functions:

1. Answer questions and provide information to guests in a manner that is welcoming and professional.

Director of Development Operations

Job Listing
Posted November 8, 2022

The Director of Development Operations will provide strategic oversight and management of fundraising activity across the museum and manage the day-to-day operations of the Development department. The Director will be responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining systems that ensure the successful and effective implementation of the department’s annual development plan, and oversee strategic and coordinated pipeline growth for all giving areas.

Gallery Assistant Director

Job Listing
Posted November 7, 2022

About Us

Gravers Lane Gallery was founded in 2010 and is one division of The Goldenberg Group, which is comprised of three entities: Goldenberg Development, People Helping People Foundation, and Goldenberg Enterprises. Located in the historic Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia with an outpost in Center City, Gravers Lane Gallery represents a diverse stable of regional, national, and international artists spanning many generations, from emerging to lifetime award recipients. 

Full Job Description

Facilities Manager/Caretaker

Job Listing
Posted October 25, 2022

Glen Foerd seeks a fulltime Facilities Manager and Site Caretaker. A rent-free 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom historic house is included as part of the salary package.

 

Facilities Manager (FM) performs skilled maintenance, repair, and minor construction work to ensure that the 1850’s Glen Foerd historic site and buildings are properly maintained and meet preservation standards. Responsible for total property maintenance and oversight as well as identifying and planning work. Duties may fall into a variety of trades, including carpentry, painting, mechanical, alarm responses, fire and life safety and keys/security systems. In addition to hands-on maintenance, FM identifies repair and maintenance projects requiring the assistance of contractors or vendors; participates in estimates and evaluations of project costs; monitors work of vendors or contractors; assists in the review of construction or remodel plans to assure compliance with preservation maintenance standards.

Executive Director

Job Listing
Posted October 21, 2022

The Executive Director (ED) will partner with Founding Artistic Director John Jarboe, The Bearded Ladies staff, Associate Artists, and the larger community in shaping the next phase of The Bearded Ladies Cabaret. They will lead The Bearded Ladies in community building, resource development and allocation, and strategic planning. The ED will manage staff and facilities, and partner with the Artistic Director on program strategy and the long-term growth of the organization.

Executive Director

Job Listing
Posted September 28, 2022

The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) seeks a visionary and experienced leader to take the highly respected nonprofit cultural institution and its expert staff to a new level.

The Executive Director maintains and enhances CCAHA’s position as a leader in the conservation and preservation fields. Internally, the Executive Director is responsible for the management and oversight of all CCAHA operations and programming—providing strategic vision and leadership, ensuring the Center’s financial health and stability, sustaining the staff’s expertise, development, and productivity, and maintaining the high quality of services for which CCAHA is known. Externally, the Executive Director builds and strengthens partnerships and collaborative opportunities, advocates for excellence in the conservation and preservation fields, promotes the importance of conserving and preserving our cultural heritage, and expands the organization’s network and impact. The Executive Director is challenged to deepen CCAHA’s profile both locally—serving institutions, individuals, and communities in the Philadelphia area and the mid-Atlantic region—and nationally and beyond.

The ideal candidate possesses excellent people and organizational skills; is a strategic thinker; is familiar with the community of museums, archives, libraries, conservators, and private collectors; understands nonprofit funding and finances; understands CCAHA’s operations as both “mission” and fee-for-service “business”; can speak knowledgeably about trends and developments in the conservation and preservation fields; and is invested in furthering the Center’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA).

This full-time, salaried position is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and requires a modest level of national travel. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes a competitive benefits package. 

Vice President, Finance & Administration

Job Listing
Posted September 14, 2022

The Vice President of Finance and Administration position reports directly to the President and functions as part of the Senior Leadership Team of the Alliance, working closely with Programming and Strategic Development leadership to achieve the Cultural Alliance’s strategic goals and to sustain our work. It is a highly visible leadership role in the arts and culture sector of Greater Philadelphia, acting as an ambassador, connector and resource. The key challenge of this position is to develop and implement the Cultural Alliance’s financial management strategy and overseeing the organization’s administration.

The VP, Finance & Administration will be responsible for the development of the Cultural Alliance’s financial management strategy to support attainment of its key strategic goals and long-term. In addition, this position will be responsible for the development and implement of sophisticated policies and procedures for both the finance and administrative/operational areas of the company. The VP, Finance & Administration will oversee the staff of the Finance Department and will indirectly supervisor the Administrative Assistant. 

Director of Finance

Job Listing
Posted September 13, 2022

Reporting to the COO, the Director of Finance will lead all day-to-day operations of the finance department, including budget development and analysis, accounting for investments, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, payroll, relationship management with banks and other vendors, and audit preparation. The Director of Finance will collaborate with a variety of internal constituents, including the CEO and Executive Director, COO, and department heads.

The Director of Finance will be charged with identifying new opportunities to improve efficiencies, eliminate backlogs, and respond proactively to other departments’ needs. They will need to analyze the existing processes and systems and work closely with the COO to streamline current systems, leverage new information technology, and establish standard operating procedures that provide maximum benefit to all parties involved.

ADMINISTRATOR

Job Listing
Posted July 29, 2022

The Parish is seeking an Administrator to join their collaborative team in maintaining active engagement with parishioners and their families, and act as the principal contact with the parish’s financial institutions, vendor community and regulatory bodies.

The various areas for which she or he will be responsible for on a daily basis require managerial, financial, human resources and plant and facilities experience and expertise.  As the senior non-clergy role of a not-for-profit institution, the Administrator is a multi-hat wearer: equally adept at communicating with church custodial staff and parish families as demonstrating financial expertise in Vestry meetings; and equally comfortable working hands-on with the parish Sexton as analyzing monthly budget reports.

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