Administrative Assistant to the Museum Director

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Posted May 27, 2024

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Producing Associate

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Posted May 27, 2024

Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA is in search of a Producing Associate.  The Playhouse has become one of the leading regional theaters on the East Coast and is the largest arts organization in Bucks County.  BCP presents a year-round schedule of original productions, featuring stars of stage and screen, and visiting artists presentations.  Its two-acre campus includes the historic playhouse, an outdoor courtyard café, waterfall picnic area, river promenade, and a full restaurant/bar.

Reference Librarian and African American History Subject Specialist

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Posted May 23, 2024

The Library Company of Philadelphia seeks a Reference Librarian and African American History Subject Specialist. As Reference Librarian, the candidate will work as part of a team to assist all readers with our text-based special collections in the Scheide Reading Room. As a subject specialist, the Reference Librarian will be the primary voice on staff to assist readers with the use of our printed and published African American history resources.


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Posted May 10, 2024


Executive Director

Job Listing
Posted April 18, 2024

Reporting to the Chair of the MLSN Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership, management, programmatic quality, budget oversight, and economic viability of MLSN. All other staff members report to the Executive Director.


Working with the Board and staff, the Executive Director leads long-range visioning and strategic planning efforts. The Director is responsible for setting MLSN’s operational plans and reviewing the organization’s progress against plans. 


Arts & Culture Program Assistant

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Posted March 22, 2024

Arts & Culture Program Assistant

Glen Foerd is a dynamic cultural institution committed to enriching our community through arts, culture, and environmental education. As a Program Assistant within our Arts & Culture Department, you will play a vital role in ensuring the success of our programs.        

Director of Development

Job Listing
Posted November 28, 2023

About the Position

The Director of Development will join a talented fundraising team and will be primarily responsible for managing The College of Physicians' overall giving efforts. Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Director of Development is also responsible for cultivating, stewarding, and securing mid-level gifts while expanding the donor pipeline.

Primary Responsibilities

Manager of Interpretation and Engagement at Wyck

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Posted November 20, 2023

The Manager of Interpretation and Engagement is responsible for managing all of Wyck’s public programs, including History Hunters, public festivals, tour groups, and open hours.  The position includes adherence to Wyck’s interpretive mission, staff and volunteer coordination for programs, and evaluation.  The Manager of Interpretation and Engagement will attend meetings of the Collections Committee, Development Committee, Membership & Visitation Committee, and Young Friends of Wyck.

The Manager of Interpretation and Engagement will also work with the Executive Director, Development Committee, and other staff and volunteers to implement various aspects of Wyck’s annual fundraising efforts.

Assistant Director of Prospect Research and Gift Administration

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Posted November 13, 2023

Summary: Reporting to the Director of Advancement Operations, the Assistant Director of Prospect Research and Gift Administration will work to create and nurture an effective prospect research and gift administration practice at Gwynedd Mercy University. They will use best practices and evolving tools in prospect research to create and implement plans to identify new donors while measuring inclination and capacity to give to the University. The AD will work closely with UA leadership and members of the UA team on prospect strategy and portfolio management. The Assistant Director will also be responsible for the day-to-day processing of gifts, maintaining data integrity of the UA database and execute gift entry and acknowledgements for gifts of all levels. 


The purpose of this job description is to provide an overview of the scope of the position. This is not a comprehensive list of duties/responsibilities. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned:

Prospect Research and Development

  • Manages prospect research meetings and fundraiser portfolio reviews; manages portfolio optimization process for fundraisers, and assists in overall management of GMercyU’s prospect pool.
  • Performs prospect identification and research through analysis and interpretation of biographic, business, and financial information on individuals and organizations based on the University’s fundraising strategies and objectives.
  • Develops and manages internal rating system to help inform on fundraising strategies including segmentation, ask amount, and participatory involvement for prospects.
  • Assists with special projects for University fundraising initiatives (i.e. campaigns, targeted mailings, etc.) by analyzing prospect pools, and developing top prospect lists.
  • Uses prospecting tools such as data screening and modeling to provide analyses of targeted groups and overall prospect pool to better prioritize major gift prospects.
  • Prepares accurate, clear, and concise research profiles and briefings to communicate relevant details that advance the qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospective donors to major gift officers and senior leadership.
  • Helps to oversee the timely and accurate entry of newly acquired prospect management information (e.g. news articles about alumni, obituaries) into the CRM, communicating this information to key stakeholders as necessary.
  • Conducts wealth screenings as needed and imports results into CRM appropriately.
  • Inform on budgetary discussions involving the necessity of various researching software products for University Advancement and oversee relationship with prospect research vendors.

Gift Administration and Database Management

  • Performs daily gift and pledge processing functions including depositing, sorting, balancing, entering and validating gifts, and updating pertinent information necessary for the proper receipt, administration and acknowledgement of gifts.
  • Adds new constituent records into Raiser’s Edge when a gift is received from an individual, corporation or foundation not in the database.
  • Performs daily updates of existing constituent contact information by processing returned mail, alumni update e-forms, employee status notifications, online obituaries, etc. while utilizing UA research tools.
  • Accurately receipts and acknowledges all gifts and tributes as appropriate, including planned gifts.
  • Scans and indexes all gift documentation, acknowledgement and gift receipts to donor records.
  • Generates daily gift acknowledgement letters, major and planned gift acknowledgement letters, and weekly/daily gift reports with prospect and donor information.
  • Directly coordinates with the President’s Office to obtain live signatures for major and top-priority gifts and ensures high-level stewardship by issuing timely thank you notes, donor benefits, etc.
  • Tracks high-level requests, issues, and questions involving donor acknowledgments, gift agreements, and other stewardship activities that require quick attention.
  • Assists with handling internal and external constituents’ questions and requests for information on scholarships and other restricted funds.
  • Creates documentation to establish new annual and endowment scholarships working as a direct liaison to the Finance Department.
  • Assists Director of Advancement Operations in database management by maintaining data integrity and accuracy, as well as handling all global changes, imports, exports, and other comprehensive database functions and clean-up projects assigned by the DAO.
  • Manages and oversees appropriate database projects with student workers.
  • Adheres to ethical and confidentiality guidelines as indicated by the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA), the Association of Advancement Services Professionals (AASP), as well as university policies and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Education: Bachelor's degree in communications, marketing, journalism, business administration, a liberal arts field, or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience required.
  • Minimum 2-5 years related work experience required preferably in an advancement office in a higher education or non-profit setting.
  • Proficiency with RE/NXT (or comparable CRM). Preferred knowledge in prospect research data appends (i.e. ResearchPoint, DonorSearch, LiveAlumni, et al.)
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office suite products, particularly Excel for data manipulation and analysis.
  • Effectively manage projects that are both data-driven and relationship-driven
  • Outstanding time management skills, including the ability to organize, manage and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Writing and editing skills spanning multiple styles is required, excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent customer service skills when working with University colleagues, students, alumni and donor communities.
  • Skill in dealing with people, diplomacy, tact, discretion, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Commitment to the mission and core values of Gwynedd Mercy University.
  • Available to work occasional nights or weekends relating to University Advancement events or fundraising initiatives

Cabinet Maker / Woodworker

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Posted September 13, 2023

Loubier Design is a design build company that specializes in high-end custom millwork, cabinetry and furniture for both residential and commercial projects. We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated shop woodworker to join our team.

Fabricate custom cabinetry, doors, countertops, paneling, furniture and various types of architectural millwork. The majority of our work is done in the shop, though on occasion you may be asked to help with onsite installs. A willingness to travel to project sites in Philadelphia and its neighboring counties is needed.