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Membership and Communications Coordinator

Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust

Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust (ASMHPT) in conjunction with Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (PYM) seeks a Membership and Communications Coordinator to provide organizational and capacity building support to ASMHPT. We are looking for an energetic individual with excellent communications, writing and problem-solving skills to join our team. This position is responsible for administrative tasks related to the operation of AMSHPT, including: development of member programs, working with the Executive Director on development initiatives, maintaining a robust communications and social media presence and promoting ASMHPT to the public. The ideal candidate will value diversity and be familiar with Quaker practice and principles.

This is a full-time, temporary status (35 hour per week) benefits eligible (Health, Dental, Sick Leave, Vacation, and 403(b) retirement plan), hourly and nonexempt position. This position reports to the Executive Director of ASMHPT. Pay rate is $19.50 per hour. This is a 12 month, grant funded position which has the potential for fulltime, permanent status if additional funding becomes available.

About the Organization:

Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust (ASMHPT) oversees the preservation, operation, and educational programs at Arch Street Meeting House, a National Historic Landmark in Old City, Philadelphia. For more information, visit

PYM is a Quaker faith community which includes over 100 Quaker meetings, 10,000 Friends and the ministry they carry. For more information, visit


Administers communication-based activities such as website management, posting to social media platforms, and writing monthly newsletters;

Assists in organizing and developing member events on behalf of the ASMHPT;

Maintains the database of contact information for donors and supporters of ASMHPT; Updates information in and prepares reports using information from Salesforce and Mailchimp;

Maintains and updates the Communications Plan for ASMHPT;

Drafts a Social Media and Marketing Plan for ASMHPT;

Assists in the promotion of the ASMH to the public, members, donors and other relevant organizations;

Assists the Executive Director in grant writing and annual appeal efforts;

Assists with fundraising initiatives based on the Resource Development Plan in conjunction with the Executive Director;

Assists the Programs Coordinator in developing virtual and digital capabilities to engage with students and virtual visitors to the ASMH.

Other duties as assigned, general administration support such as updating Sharepoint, working the front desk in rotation with other staff and volunteers, providing support at special events or rentals, and assisting with school and education programs.


Bachelor’s Degree or demonstrated professional experience of 2-4 years;

Demonstrated organizational, time management, problem solving, and decision-making skills;

Social Media, Communications and Marketing experience;

Front-line customer service experience;

Experience promoting events or venues;

Ability to maintain a flexible schedule to supervise the logistics of programs and events as needed. Some weekend and evening work required;

Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills including experience working with individuals from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds;

Proficient with Microsoft Office, Mailchimp, Google products, and donor databases such as Salesforce. Familiarity with updating websites and social media platforms required. Graphic design experience desired.

Education Level: 
BA or 2-4 years of professional experience.
To Apply

To apply, submit cover letter and resume to Oskar Castro, Director of HR and Inclusion,

Accepting applications through October 30th, 2020.