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West End Neighborhood House - Payroll & Human Resources Specialist

Posted: 5/27/2022

Salary Range: $48,000 - $60,000

West End Neighborhood House, Inc. is seeking a Payroll and Human Resources Specialist to work closely with the CFO of West End Neighborhood House as support for the accounting of the parent organization and two subsidiaries. 
Job Responsibilities

  • Oversee the entire payroll process including accurately and timely preparation and processing of biweekly payroll using Paychex Flex. Prepare scheduled payroll reports and ad hoc reports on request. Contact Paychex to resolve issues.
  • Maintain, manage and update personnel files for new hires, terminations, employee deductions, garnishments, status changes, direct deposit, tax changes, time sheet data and pay rate changes in a timely manner.
  • Assist employees with payroll system access, payroll and benefit questions, trouble-shoot online input of time sheets. 
  • Submit monthly, quarterly, and annual payroll tax returns as required including distribution of W-2’s and 1095-C’s.
  • Review and ensure company compliance with federal, state, local laws and regulations pertaining to payroll.
  • Create and maintain the integrity and confidentiality of personnel files and records. Maintain archive of past personnel files. 
  • Support the ongoing review of payroll processes to reflect best practices.
  • Timely process benefit enrollments for new hires and deletions of terminated employees.
  • Confirm that monthly invoices for benefits accurately reflect adds/drops in a timely manner.
  • Prepare timely and accurate 401k deposits.
  • Complete requests for verifications of employment and state unemployment claim requests.
  • To assist, when necessary, with the processing of accounts payable checks biweekly in Sage 50 Accounting Software.
  • Work cooperatively with other members of the accounting department and the agency.
  • Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities and Minimum Qualifications

  • Must have strong computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Word.
  • Proven time management skills with the ability to multitask, prioritize, and maintain deadlines in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills including the ability to recognize and resolve issues.
  • Attention to detail. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion when handling sensitive information.
  • At least three (3) years of experience demonstrating payroll proficiency.
  • Ability to work well both alone and as part of a team. 
  • Continued commitment to quality.
  • Position is on-site with plans to go partially remote.
  • Associate Degree preferred.

  • Employer contribution to 401k no employee match required
  • Health Insurance with Health Reimbursement Account paid by employer
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Employer sponsored Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • AFLAC/Colonial products available
  • Paid Holidays
How to Apply

Applicants should email a resume and cover letter to our CFO, Karen Klein, Salary is commensurate with experience. To learn more about our organization, visit
West End Neighborhood House is a cutting edge not for profit with over 100 years of history making social impact in the community. WENH is an equal opportunity employer. Please visit our website at to learn more about West End Neighborhood House. 

West End Neighborhood House - Accountant

Posted: 5/27/2022

Salary Range: $45,000 - $60,000

West End Neighborhood House, Inc. is seeking an Accountant to work closely with the CFO of West End Neighborhood House as support for the accounting of the parent organization and two subsidiaries. 40 hours/week.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable processes.
  • Support the month-end process: reconcile bank statements, general ledger accounts, intercompany accounts and prepare journal entries for two subsidiary companies.
  • Support the preparation of subsidiary financial statements including variance analysis for monthly and annual financial reporting for the board of directors according to schedule.
  • Support the preparation of bi-weekly payroll including review of on-boarding documentation and maintaining employee files.
  • Prepare monthly grant spending reports for submission to funders and monitoring of grant budgets.
  • Prepare draw requests for construction projects.
  • Monitor cash flow for two subsidiaries.
  • Assist other staff with management of rental property collections.
  • Assist the development and documentation of business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls.
  • Assist with the subsidiary audit including preparing reports as needed.
  • Assist with the preparation of the annual budget.
  • Perform other accounting, financial or administrative projects as needed. 
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Must have strong computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Word.
  • Proven time management skills with the ability to multitask, prioritize, and maintain deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills including the ability to recognize and resolve issues.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion when handling sensitive information.
  • At least three (3) years of experience demonstrating accounting proficiency.
  • Ability to work well both alone and as part of a team.
  • Ability and flexibility to work in a fast-paced changing environment.
  • Continued commitment to quality.
  • Position is primarily on-site.
  • Associate Degree preferred.
  • Construction and/or non-profit accounting experience a plus.
  • Experience with Sage, Paychex, Xero, software a plus.

  • Employer contribution to 401k
  • Health Insurance with Health Reimbursement Account
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Employer sponsored Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • AFLAC, Colonial products available
  • Paid Holidays
How to Apply

Applicants should email a resume and cover letter to our CFO, Karen Klein, Salary is commensurate with experience. 

West End Neighborhood House is a cutting edge not for profit with over 100 years of history making social impact in the community. WENH is an equal opportunity employer. Please visit our website at to learn more about West End Neighborhood House.

St. Michael’s School and Nursery, Inc. - Part-Time Development Associate

Posted: 5/25/2022

Salary Range: $25 - $30 per hour

St. Michael’s School seeks a highly-motivated and detailed individual to help support the school’s fundraising operations during an ambitious capital campaign. This hourly, contractual position (10-15 hours per week maximum) will be responsible for assistance with Development office administration, prospect research, database management, grant tracking, and donor communications.
Job Purpose
The school’s Development Department is primarily responsible for creating, administering, and implementing the organization's fundraising and development plan, including managing a $6 million capital campaign. This entails developing and implementing a growth strategy for the future, organizing outreach efforts, and managing relationships with the organization's new and existing donors. 

The Development Associate will provide administrative, project management and capital campaign support to the Development Director. This position also interacts occasionally with the Executive Director, school staff, Board members, capital campaign consultants and committees, funders and other stakeholders. Some work, such as donor prospect research, can be done remotely.
Duties and Responsibilities

The Development Associate’s responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
  • Conduct wealth screening and analysis; maintain and update research results in Excel workbook
  • Ensure data integrity through accurate data entry and ongoing clean-up efforts of donor database
  • Manage the timely acknowledgement of gifts and assure that all types of donations are properly documented
  • Maintain confidentiality of information for all donors and funders
  • Provide general administrative support to the Development Director
  • Assist with creating and maintaining organizational communication calendar and consistent communications specific to donors
  • Prepare accurate research on prospects and help to assemble materials for cultivation and solicitation visits
  • Ensure adherence to grant tracking and reporting as related to the capital campaign
  • Participate in campaign-related meetings as needed
  • Other duties as assigned 
Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or at least two to three years of experience in a field related to business administration, finance or fundraising
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to maintain privacy and confidentiality
  • Familiarity with Excel spreadsheets and experience with databases
  • Strong research and analytical skills
  • Attributes such as creativity, self-motivation, proactiveness, time management, positive attitude, detail-oriented, flexibility, good interpersonal skills and commitment to teamwork 
  • Ability to work effectively under tight deadlines
  • Ability to learn new systems if required
  • Available for occasional on-site work at the school
Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with research and analysis methods, data standards, and donor software such as DonorPerfect
  • Proficiency in Excel spreadsheets and workbooks
  • Experience in professional administration or fundraising at a nonprofit 
About St. Michael’s School
St. Michael’s School is a private, nonprofit organization that has been caring for and educating children in the City of Wilmington, Delaware for 132 years. We are a nurturing early care and education center for children ages eight weeks through pre-K serving the East Side community. 

St. Michael’s operates five days a week, year-round to support working families and an enrollment of approximately 120 children. We seek to provide the highest quality care and learning to a culturally and economically diverse population so children are prepared for success in kindergarten.
How to Apply

This is a part-time (10-15 hours per week), contractual, hourly position with some flexibility around scheduling hours. The position is expected to be filled for the duration of the capital campaign over the next 12-18 months. 

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to Lucinda Ross, Executive Director, at

The Music School of Delaware - Development Officer

Posted: 5/25/2022

Salary Range: $80,000
The Music School of Delaware provides excellence in music education, training, and experiences for people of all ages and levels of ability. Founded in 1924, The Music School of Delaware is a nonprofit organization that reaches thousands of new people from Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland through its instructional programs and over 100 public performances each year. The Music School is the only nationally accredited program of its kind in Delaware and is the only statewide accredited community music school in the nation. The Music School offers standard-setting instructional programs for all ages. The school has a faculty of 85 expert artists and educators with branch locations in Wilmington and Milford and 15+ satellite and outreach sites statewide.
Position Summary

The Development Officer is responsible for the overall planning, management, coordination, and evaluation of all The Music School of Delaware's fundraising programs; annual & planned giving; grants; sponsorship; scholarship drive; assist in developing centennial celebration initiatives. The Development Officer works closely with members of the board of directors and provides strategic leadership for all contributed revenue, and actively manages the cultivation, individual giving, donor relations, and stewardship processes. Supervises the Music School's advancement team made up of the full-time development associate and part-time grant writer. The Development Officer should have a proven track record of professional growth, excellence, communication/ interpersonal, proficiency in Donor Perfect Online or other donor software, and good organizational skills required. This position is all in an effort to provide sufficient resources to ensure the school can achieve its mission. All duties shall be subject to the approval of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and include but are not be limited to the following:
Responsibilities Reporting to the CEO

  • Conceive, structure, and conduct a comprehensive range of fundraising programs, including annual funds, annual scholarships, and planned giving, grant writing, sponsorship solicitation, alumni relations programs; 
  • Prepare and manage annual fundraising plan and goals/objectives; 
  • Assist in conceptualizing and assessing fundraising events and providing support for same; 
  • Plan and carry out donor cultivation and recognition programs and activities; 
  • Manage and maintain proficiency in utilizing the Music School database and donor records (Donor Perfect Online); 
  • Oversee and/ or carry out correspondence, record-keeping, recognition programs, audit, and financial functions, and communications related to fundraising activities of the school; and
  • Other duties in keeping with development areas of responsibility. 
The Development Officer attends Board, Advancement Committee, and Finance Committee meetings and attends and oversees development activities associated with concerts/events related to the school's fundraising activities.

  • Bachelor's degree and professional experience required. 
  • A minimum of five years (5) of related experience, preferably in a nonprofit development office. 
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written, and computer skills. 
  • Detail-oriented, problem-solver with the ability to organize and prioritize work. 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint) software. 
  • Database management experience preferably donor and customer relationship management software. 
  • Strong knowledge of alumni relations preferred. 
  • Ability to communicate effectively with parents, students, alumni, faculty, and other key constituents.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively with the CEO, Board, and Staff teams.
Other Demands 

This position may require the following demands:

  • Occasionally lift up to 15 lbs. 
  • Generally, works in standard office conditions and climate. 
  • May work at a desk and computer for extended periods of time. 
  • Manual dexterity to efficiently operate a computer keyboard and other business machines. 
  • Reliable personal transportation.
  • Availability to work evenings and weekends as needed with advance notice. 
Salary and Benefits

Commensurate with experience with base salary of $80,000; health insurance coverage, vision, dental, life; school holidays including winter and spring breaks; vacation, sick, bereavement, and personal days paid time off. 
How to Apply
Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references providing a salary range to Brian Criscuolo,

West Chester Friends School - Director of Development

Posted: 5/10/2022

Salary Range: $50,000 - $53,000

West Chester Friends School is seeking an experienced, well-rounded and innovative fundraising professional to serve as its Director of Development; a full-time year-round position with benefits that reports to the Head of School and serves as a member of the Administrative team. 
The Director of Development will execute a comprehensive development program that includes database management; EITC tax credit program; annual fund; corporate and foundation requests; alumni relations, planned giving, and special events in addition to donor stewardship and solicitation. 
Founded in 1836, West Chester Friends School (WCFS) is an independent Quaker elementary school, serving approximately 150 students from age three through 5th grade. WCFS is located in the heart of historic West Chester; its four buildings are nestled between the West Chester Monthly Meeting House and the Hickman Home. The school is accredited by the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools.
WCFS students learn in the context of Quaker values, including respect for one another, self-discipline, peaceful conflict resolution, and responsibility to the community. Our school’s culture, rooted in the idea that collaboration engenders achievement, can be traced to our Quaker heritage and abiding belief in the Quaker values of simplicity, equality, honesty, stewardship of the environment, and peaceful resolution of conflict. Our teachers strive to cultivate the light within each student, developing their intellectual, extracurricular, and social passions, and preparing them for lives of impact.
Position Summary
The Director of Development manages all aspects of development at WCFS. This position manages the school’s Raiser's Edge NXT and database of 7,000 constituents (30%); manages relations with the Friends Collaborative and solicits participants in Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) (20%); conducts the annual appeal (20%); grant writing (5%), communications (5%); planned giving (5%), “Friends Meeting Friends” and other events (5%), and alumni relations (5%) and contributes to regular school activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Sets metrics, goals, and tracks progress for Development
  • Works with Head of School to prioritize work
  • Responsible for database entry and management; fundraising and campaign reporting and tracking; event and communications mailing list creation and tracking; gift processing and acknowledgment; prospect research and moves management
  • Works with the Board Advancement Committee and prepares Advancement reports for the Board of Directors. 
  • Raiser's Edge NXT database manager; interfaces with others using the Blackbaud platform.
  • Promotes positive donor relations by helping to ensure the accuracy, confidentiality, and integrity of biographical, demographical, gift records and other information.
  • Remain at the forefront of best practices, procedures and actions for database management
  • Creates and implements prospect management protocols and interacts with department directors regarding the tracking and reporting of constituent activity.
  • Processes and acknowledges gifts, pledges, pledge payments, tribute gifts, and other contributions in a timely manner with efficiency of processing; manage the reconciliation of restricted/unrestricted funds between Development and Finance
  • Designs, executes and maintains customized database reports, lists, and queries and fulfill requests for information from others, including building queries and lists for communications
  • Organizes and conducts annual appeal
  • Cultivates and solicits donors and attends meetings and events as appropriate
Qualifications and Personal Skills
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Significant experience with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge/NXT or other fundraising software required
  • Familiarity with Pennsylvania EITC program ideal
  • Experience in all aspects of development desired, including database management, annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, capital, and endowment campaigns
  • Proven track record of personal success in donor cultivation, major gifts development, successful grant proposals, and meeting fundraising goals
  • Proficiency using Google Drive applications and Microsoft Office skills.
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality and handling of sensitive information.
  • Commitment to the mission and values of West Chester Friends School 
  • Commitment to continuous learning and personal growth desired
  • Desire to cultivate and maintain appropriate relationships with all members of the Friends School community, including donors, trustees, administrators, faculty, staff, families and alumni; interpersonal skills to work effectively with School leadership, prospects, benefactors, and the community. Ability to build strong collaborative relationships 
  • Highly developed organizational skills, with an eye for detail
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, think independently, employ metrics, meet deadlines
  • A commitment to the traditions and philosophy of a Quaker educational community, including Quaker values and social justice
Commitment to Diversity
West Chester Friends School embraces the Quaker testimony of Equality and seeks applicants who represent all backgrounds and demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We value a diverse student population with families from 19 different countries; 24% of students are Black, Asian or multiple races. We actively seek faculty representative of our students’ diversity. 
West Chester Friends School educates students for a global world and welcomes, without discrimination, faculty and staff representative of all backgrounds including race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or a person's status as a qualified candidate with a disability.

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter and a resume with three references to Brian Fahey at Please put WCFS DOD Position in the subject line. 

Caesar Rodney Institute - Director of Development

Posted: 5/5/2022

Salary Range: Maximum of $70,000

About the Organization

Caesar Rodney Institute is a respected non-profit, nonpartisan, public policy research organization in Delaware that provides the public, state and local legislators and their staffs, and private sector corporations with opportunities to work together to develop policies and programs that promote economic freedoms, limited government, and civil liberties. 
About the Role

In the last two years, CRI has accomplished a number of public policy successes on a modest budget. After rigorous review, CRI’s efforts have been recognized by two foundations with five and six figure grants, and with two personal gifts, also of five and six figures. 
With the leadership of the new Director of Development, CRI’s objective is to now secure charitable support on a more reliable basis so the organization can continue to implement new public policy initiatives - thus expanding the breadth of its influence - while simultaneously diversifying its private support base.  
The primary objective of this position is to develop and implement an ambitious and comprehensive, yet targeted fundraising program capable of identifying and successfully securing more philanthropic support from individuals, foundations, and corporations for CRI’s programmatic and operating priorities.  
To those ends, the Director of Development will formulate an annual departmental plan with a range of goals and strategies designed to increase gift income and the participation and effectiveness of CRI’s Directors.  
This position will report to the Executive Director and will work in collaboration with a major gifts consultant. The hours are flexible for this role and it can be executed virtually from within the state of Delaware or nearby in surrounding states. 

  • Identify, research and cultivate potential major gift prospects from CRI’s lists and records of current and former donors & members, or individuals who may share an interest in CRI’s mission and goals
  • Identify and prioritize new individuals, corporations, and foundations most likely to consider a significant investment in CRI’s program or operating needs
  • In collaboration with the Board of Directors and Executive Director implement both short and long-term strategies to secure donor’s generous participation
  • Coordinate the effective participation of all Directors and the Executive Director in donor cultivation and / or solicitation activities
  • Write and submit all foundation and corporate proposals as well as personalized solicitation letters to individuals
  • Continually evaluate and upgrade CRI’s annual giving campaign as well as its net revenue
  • In collaboration with the Director of Communications, research the practicality and timing of new fundraising initiatives (e.g., special events), secure necessary approvals from the Executive Director, and help implement as decided
  • Contribute reports, updates and articles of interest as requested for CRI’s newsletters, press releases, and fund raising and marketing materials.
  • Increase awareness and positive perceptions of CRI in Delaware, especially in its philanthropic community
  • Represent the CRI at appropriate community functions and events 

  • 6-8 years of development experience with proven success
  • Alignment with and passion for the mission of CRI
  • Superior communications and presentation skills effective with a range of audiences (volunteers, CRI staff, executives of foundations and corporations, board members)
  • Ability to collect pertinent data, draw conclusions, make credible recommendations to CRI’s leaders
  • Proactive and high energy work style
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Working knowledge of development software and basic research databases 
  • Ability to travel up to 20% within the state of Delaware
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • An understanding of the New Castle County philanthropic environment - and the individuals prominent in those circles - is a major plus  
How to Apply

Qualified candidates should submit the following in one PDF file with your name in the file:
  • Resume
  • Cover letter detailing your interest in the position/the mission of CRI
Applications should be submitted to Talent Market via this link:

There is no application deadline for this position. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. This job will remain posted on our site until it is filled.

Questions can be directed to Katy Gambella, Director of Network Engagement of Talent Market, who is assisting with the search:

Jewish Federation of Delaware - Controller/CFO

Posted: 4/25/2022

Salary Range: $80,000 - $100,000

Position Description
The Controller/CFO will help lead day-to-day finance/IT/HR operations, including accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, benefits, and technical support. The Controller/ CFO will ensure the organization has the systems and procedures in place to support effective program implementation and conduct flawless audits. The Controller/CFO will also be involved in supporting presentations to the Board of Directors and Finance Committees and will work closely with the senior leadership team.
In addition, s/he will partner with the senior leadership to enhance and better integrate finance, HR, and IT functions. 
Finance and Accounting Responsibilities

  • Oversee all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems ensuring compliance with appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Maintain internal control and safeguards for receipt of revenue, costs, and program budgets and actual expenditures.
  • Consistently analyze financial data and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements; monitor progress and changes and keep senior leadership abreast of the organizations’ financial status; assist leadership in the annual budgeting and planning process; administer and review all financial plans and compare to actual results with a view to identify, explain, and correct variances as appropriate.
  • Support the Board of Directors and Finance Committee around issues and trends in financial operating models and delivery.
  • Manage and track the performance of invested assets in keeping with policies and investment guidelines, including unitization reports for multimillion dollar family of investment funds.
  • Lead month-end close process, including journal entries, revenue recognition and inter-organization transfers.
  • Maintain inventory of physical assets and depreciation schedules.
HR / Payroll Responsibilities

  • Provide oversight and backup for all payroll functions.
  • Oversee benefit administration, including enrollment and termination.
IT Responsibilities

  • Diagnose, troubleshoot, and resolve software, hardware, and connectivity issues.
  • Liaison with technology consultants and vendors.
  • Monitor and maintain access to facilities through security system, including setting up new and updating existing members and employees.
  • Set up and maintain technical systems access for all employees.


This is an extraordinary opportunity for an accomplished accounting professional who wants to make a difference in the community. 
Qualifications include:

  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and unwavering commitment to the mission of Jewish Federation of Delaware 
  • A proactive, hands-on strategic thinker who will own, in partnership with the President & CEO, the responsibility for finance
  • Impeccable attention to detail and commitment to establishing and adhering to rigorous internal controls
  • Minimum of a BA and 5+ years of progressive finance experience
  • Experience in a complex nonprofit that has multiple programs preferred
  • Solid experience coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, budget development and analysis, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, payroll, and accounting for investments
  • Technology savvy with experience selecting and overseeing software installations and managing relationships with software vendors; advanced knowledge of accounting and reporting software
  • Keen analytic, organization and problem-solving skills which allows for strategic data interpretation versus simple reporting
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills; experience in effectively communicating key data, including presentations to senior management, board, or other outside partners
  • Ability and desire to translate complex financial concepts to individuals at all levels including finance and non-finance managers
  • Assistance with year-end audit and budget preparation 

How to Apply

Interested applicants should submit a resume with cover letter to Seth J. Katzen, President & CEO,

Kennett Flash - Executive Director

Posted: 4/25/2022

Salary Range: $60,000

Organizational Summary
The Kennett Flash is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that showcases local, regional and national musicians and performers. Founded in 2010 and located in the heart of Kennett Square, The Flash has come to be known as an important part of the local community. It has two venues: an indoor space which features an intimate, stage-centered, café style listening experience and a unique summer outdoor rooftop stage, located on the top level of the Kennett Square Parking garage. Last year, despite the COVID quarantine, The Flash hosted close to 100 concerts and performances.
Currently The Flash is poised for growth both programmatically and organizationally, which will expand and diversify its offerings, contributing to the organization’s future sustainability. 
Position of Executive Director 
The Executive Director, in partnership with the Board of Directors, is responsible for shaping the organization’s future and managing its overall operations. The Executive Director ensures ongoing programmatic and operational excellence, effective program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance, administration, fundraising and communications.
Executive Director Responsibilities 

  • Manage all aspects of the organization, including staff, volunteers, marketing/communications, ticket sales, food service, finance, development, and partnerships
  • Structure and lead the delivery of high-quality programs, featuring professional regional and local artists
  • Conduct negotiations and communications with artists, including signing of contractual agreements  
  • Coordinate seasonal outdoor venue and shows
Development, Public Relations and Marketing

  • Develop a robust and effective annual giving campaign
  • Identify grant opportunities, cultivate relationships with respective foundation program officers 
  • Develop and coordinate successful on-line and in-person fundraising events
  • Develop and coordinate membership program
  • Identify donors and solicit gifts
  • Develop and oversee effective multi-channel marketing and social media relations campaigns

  • Responsible for budget development and monitoring
  • Manage the annual audit process
  • Maintain expenses at or below budget
  • Implement strategies to meet revenue budget goals
  • Communicate with Board Treasurer on relevant financial matters
Board of Directors 

  • In partnership with Board President, steer and support board development and governance
  • Support the development of the board agenda and assure all members are sent necessary reports
  • Attend Board meetings, participate in Board sub-committee meetings
  • Assist with the identification and cultivation of potential Board Members 

Key Qualifications

  • Advanced degree, ideally Master’s degree in Not-for-Profit Management or Arts Administration or commensurate experience
  • At least 8 years of not-for-profit senior level management experience
  • A demonstrated record of success with donor engagement and fundraising
  • Ability to work independently and with a high level of accountability
  • Excellent communication and public speaking skills
  • Outstanding written communication skills, preferably through grant writing experience
  • Past success working with a Board of Directors and the ability to cultivate individual positive relationships with members
  • Familiarity and working understanding of not-for-profit statements
  • Ability to communicate effectively with diverse community stakeholders
  • Strong technology skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite. Familiarity with QuickBooks, Patron Manager, graphics and/or other CRM platforms. Must be comfortable with digital media.
  • Knowledge of and affection for Kennett Square and Chester County is a plus!

Salary & Benefits

  • Salary: $60,000
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Medical insurance benefits

How to Apply

Interested parties should apply at

Kingswood/REACH Riverside - Development Associate

Posted: 4/14/2022

Salary Range: $50,000 - $60,000
Reports to: Director of Development
Classification: Exempt, Full-Time
Organization Overview

REACH Riverside serves as the coordinating organization to support and leverage efforts and resources that create pathways out of poverty for residents of the Riverside neighborhood located in northeast Wilmington, Delaware. As a Network Member of Purpose Built Communities and in partnership with key stakeholders in the community, REACH Riverside will develop and implement a comprehensive community revitalization strategy. The revitalization will focus on the three pillars: redevelopment including high-quality, mixed-income housing, a cradle to college education and career readiness pipeline, and community health, wellness, and safety initiatives. Through a shared services agreement, REACH Riverside provides leadership to two service partner organizations: Kingswood Community Center and The Warehouse, an innovative partnership with more than 150 teen-serving organizations providing services focused on recreation, education, arts, career exploration, and health. The three organizations, The Warehouse, REACH Riverside and Kingswood Community Center, are collectively known as the "WRK Group".

Position Summary

The Development Associate will work closely with the Development Team, Marketing and Communications Team, and the Finance Team to drive the development goals of The WRK Group. The Development Associate will be a keystone member of the team, with a concentration in successfully managing our donor management system, Bloomerang. This position will also manage our monthly impact/cultivation events and will assist with grant writing and reporting as needed. This position requires someone to think strategically about the larger efforts of the department while performing highly detailed daily work.

More specifically, the Development Associate will: 

  • Oversee accurate gift processing standards, including timely gift entry and acknowledgement and integrity of data
  • Effectively utilize the donor tracking database through accurate entry, advanced reports, and integrated communication options
  • Ensure all donors are acknowledged in a timely manner
  • Manage donor pledge process
  • Along with the Director of Development, manage a pipeline of donors from introduction to the organizations to making annual gifts to major gifts
  • Manage donor reporting including creation of new reports
  • Recommend development process modifications
  • Manage all aspects of Onsite Tours and Virtual Lunch and Learn Sessions including all pre-event and day-of logistics
  • Complete timely database entry related to these events
  • Help identify motivated participants and complete appropriate stewardship activities to help ensure they remain connected
  • Participate in creating and successfully executing the Development Plan
  • Remain current on the latest fundraising techniques to attract new donors and adopt new practices to further the agency’s fundraising goals
  • Attend staff meetings and complete any mandatory certifications, requirements, and evaluations on time
  • Enhance/improve current procedures and processes; where needed, develop new procedures and processes  
  • Carry out duties in compliance with all state and federal regulations and guidelines.
Demonstrated ability to:

  • Effectively communicate, verbally and in writing, with all levels in our organizations
  • Participate in planning and implementation of an effective, well-rounded development campaign
  • Use sound judgement and discretion regarding confidential information
  • Organize and prioritize workload and multi-task while maintaining strict attention to detail
  • Manage time effectively
  • Develop strong relationships both internal and external stakeholders
  • Evaluate trends in data or information and outline the implications of a course of action or solution
  • Interpret and apply common sense understanding to carry out a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form
  • Solve problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
  • Manage details, meet fundraising goals, build momentum around events, and work in a collaborative manner
  • Create comprehensive and meaningful reports to provide executive level insight into development activities and progress toward goals
  • Be flexible and occasionally work outside of normal working hours including nights/weekends

Supervisory Responsibility

This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in fundraising, special events, and/or donor communication
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in successful event management from planning and implementationincluding management of budgets, resources, staff and volunteers
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience as project manager of multiple simultaneous complex projects
  • Computer skills required include: Microsoft Office Suite, Donor management/CRM systems (e.g., Bloomerang), and internet-based fundraising tools (e.g., QGiv)

How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit a resume with a cover letter to

REACH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, veteran status, or any other status protected under local, state, or federal laws. 

Children & Families First - Controller

Posted: 4/14/2022

Salary Range: $95,000 - $115,000
Responsible for agency accounting, general financial activities, and smooth functioning of finance department. Maintain computerized, double-entry modified accrual accounting system. Generate monthly and financial statements and prepare reports as assigned. Coordinate contribution entries and account transfers. Verify AP, AR, and GL entries are posted in compliance with the agency’s annual budget. Maintains computerized documented system of accounting policies and procedures; implements a system of controls over accounting transactions to minimize risk. Oversees the production of periodic financial reports; ensures that the reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles or international financial reporting standards. Input financial data including, but not limited to month ending journal entries, payroll entries, AP/AR adjustments/correction. Recommends benchmarks that will be used to measure the company’s performance. Produces the annual budget and forecasts; reports significant budget differences to management. Provides financial analysis, with emphasis on capital investments, pricing decisions, and contract negotiations. Works with external auditors and provides needed information for the annual audit. Files quarterly and annual reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal government requirements. Track and monitor agency’s temporary and permanently restricted funds. Coordinate annual audits (agency, pension, 401(k)) as required. Maintain financial records in compliance with agency’s document retention and destruction policies. Maintain payroll records and reports as assigned. Supervise staff as assigned. 
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration with experience. Advanced manual and automated accounting skills. Prior experience with using and managing Microsoft Dynamics GP and Management Reporter preferred. Strong organizational skills, demonstrated in the planning and performance of work. Experience in non-profit accounting preferred. Experience supervising and developing staff preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license, which meets the requirements of the agency’s insurance carrier and reliable transportation
Full-Time with benefits, including health and dental insurance, 401(k), tuition assistance, paid holidays, vacation, sick and personal time. 
Position is located in Wilmington.
How to Apply
Send cover letter and resume to

Delaware Center for the Inland Bays - Director of Development

Posted: 4/12/2022

Salary Range: $65,000 - $95,000
Primary Objective

The Center for the Inland Bays seeks a motivated fundraising professional to advance fundraising efforts in support of our mission to preserve, protect, and restore Delaware’s Inland Bays and their watershed. The Director of Development is a full-time position that works under the supervision of the Executive Director and is responsible for arranging and structuring the Center’s Development Program and soliciting funds or gifts in-kind with support from the Center’s Director and Development Committee. The ideal candidate is someone who identifies with the Center’s mission and can effectively inspire individuals, corporations, and foundations to support the Center’s work.

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or related degree
  • 5+ years of fundraising experience
  • Ability to solicit and secure major gifts ($5,000+)
  • Strong communication skills, including written, interpersonal, and verbal
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Strong organizational and marketing skills 
  • Experience in writing grant proposals
  • Knowledge and experience in fundraising principles, and procedures
  • Ability to plan and execute fundraising events
  • Ability to motivate donors
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Proficient with social media platforms
  • Experience in online fundraising and email marketing
  • Experience in measuring campaigns and event success to determine marketing effectiveness
  • Experience in managing and tracking the funds received from donors and analyzing the collected data 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

The Director of Development plans for, establishes, builds and maintains relationships with, and secures financial support from individual donors, foundations, and corporations. They will prepare and execute fundraising plans that include major gifts programs, annual fund strategies, planned giving, and fundraising events and campaigns. They will plan and implement special events and other income generating operations and assist in coordinating capital campaigns. They will manage event and campaign contractors, train and manage volunteers, and work with the Development Committee of the Center’s Board of Directors. 

Individual Donor Coordination

  • Researches giving opportunities; compiles and analyzes information on contributors.
  • Coordinates staff, Board, and volunteers to take clearly defined actions.
  • Develops and cultivates relationships with existing and potential donors.
  • Conducts one-on-one solicitations, cultivation calls, and visits with donors.
  • Oversees operation of donor database (Bloomerang).
  • Works with staff to craft outreach tools such as webpages, newsletters, and case statements.
  • Composes and conducts donor communications including acknowledgements, multimedia communications, and appeals.
Foundation and Corporate Relations

  • Researches sources of foundation and corporate funding.
  • Collaborates to match funders with Programs and writes proposals.
  • Cultivates funder relationships via acknowledgements, tours, and site visits.
Events & Other Income Generating Operations

  • Implements fundraising and friendraising events.
  • Markets events and secures sponsorships and auction/raffle items.
  • Organizes participation of vendors, volunteers, Board and staff in events.
  • Develops and implements other income generating operations such as facility rentals and merchandise sales. 
General Duties

  • Develops annual development plans and individual development project plans.
  • Ensures practices comply with accounting standards, codes, and policies.
  • Prepares regular program reports and assists with annual budget preparation.
  • Serve as the liaison to the Board’s Development Committee.
  • Represents the Center at certain speaking engagements. 

Salary Range and Benefits
$65,000 - $95,000/year commensurate with qualifications and experience. The Center offers a competitive benefits package that includes generous paid vacation days and paid holidays, health insurance (medical, dental, vision), 401(k) with profit sharing, and more.

Physical Demands and Work Environment
Work is performed in both an office environment and occasionally in the field. Field assignments may require some physical exertion, and occasionally contend with adverse weather conditions requiring special clothing and safety precautions. Evening or weekend work to attend meetings and events is sometimes required. A flexible schedule is permitted. The position is subject to the Center’s Employee Handbook.

To Apply
Email resume or CV with cover letter in a single PDF file to Applications will be accepted until April 25, 2022.

The Center for the Inland Bays is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome and encourage applications from persons of every race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political belief, orientation, gender identity, veteran and military status.

Longwood Foundation - Office Manager

Posted: 4/12/2022

Salary Range: $60,000 - $70,000
Since 1937, the Longwood Foundation has invested in Delaware and the Kennett Square area. Our mission is to improve the quality of life in our region by catalyzing and strengthening nonprofits to better serve their communities. The Office Manager will organize and coordinate office administration and procedures, in order to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency for a 9-10 person staff.


  • Manage office operations by developing systems that maximize efficiency and support the culture for all staff members across multiple teams. 
  • Serve as first point of contact for the Foundation office greeting visitors, answering or directing inquiries, while ensuring quality customer service. 
  • Handle day-to-day operations including but not limited to mailing, shipping, and ordering/maintaining office supplies and equipment for all team members.
  • Receive and sort incoming mail and deliveries, and manage outgoing mail.
  • Coordinate and maintain office conference rooms scheduling.
  • Assist with scheduling meetings, events or luncheon coordination, logistics and material preparation. 
  • Assist with event preparation and logistics. 
  • Record minutes during team meetings.
  • Draft, edit and proof responses to letters of inquiry, agendas, presentations, and other documents. 
  • Maintain brand standards and consistency through design and use of templates for all modes of communication.
  • Assist with onboarding of new staff members by establishing access to the Foundation’s various systems and software programs, as well as working with the building management to procure photo I.D.s and associated credentials.
Foundation President Support

  • Schedule trustee meetings and attend, acting as recording secretary drafting minutes.
  • Manage Foundation President’s calendar.
  • Research areas requested by President.
  • Produce standard and custom reports as requested.
Procedural and Technology

  • Investigate, recommend and implement work/technology systems designed to optimize efficiency.
  • Maintain files and file retention protocols for the Foundation in accordance with established Records Retention guidelines.
  • Coordinate space design, office moves and furniture needs.
  • Maintain IT and phone systems and manage interface with external providers.
  • Manage contractor relationships both ongoing (technology resources) and intermittent.
  • Liaise with building management for maintenance, cleaning, and any communications.

  • Plan, prioritize and organize workload independently.
  • Maintain rapport with other organizations to ensure knowledge of best practices within areas of responsibility. 
  • Support Grants Administrator as needed. Cross-train on key areas. 
  • Assist with special projects.
  • Lead a project of personal interest that benefits the Foundation’s communities.
  • Assume other responsibilities and explore new opportunities that arise with the evolving needs and aspirations of the Foundation.
Reports to the President of the Foundation
The Foundation’s offices are located in the Community Service Building in Wilmington, Delaware. The Office Manager will work in the office 4-5 days/week, 40 hours/week.
Compensation and Benefits
Salary $60,000-$70,000 with outstanding benefits including retirement.
Expected Competencies

  • Exemplify Longwood’s values with a high emphasis on integrity.
  • Outstanding communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Strong organizational and prioritization skills, and the ability to adapt to various competing demands.
  • Strong detail orientation and follow-through.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Thoroughness/attention to detail.
  • Team-oriented with strong interpersonal skills.
  • Quickly able to adapt to changing environments and identify new approaches to support a dynamic organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to deal with highly confidential information and act as a liaison between senior leadership and other constituencies, both internal and external.
  • Learning and continuous improvement orientation.
Experience and Education

  • 3 years full scope of office management with supervisory experience preferred
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Familiarity with BoardEffect (board portal), Foundant (grants management), and Box (cloud-based file storage) is beneficial, but not required
  • Office technology systems implementation
  • High school diploma
To Apply
Please send a cover letter and resume to Cynthia de Leon, Search Consultant, at with the subject line “Office Manager”. Interviewing will begin when candidates are identified; the job will close when an offer has been accepted.
For more information, visit The Longwood Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls - President (Philadelphia, PA)

Posted: 4/11/2022

Salary Range: $120,000 - $125,000

Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls, a Roman Catholic high school located in the Hunting Park section of Philadelphia and one of the high schools that make up the Secondary School System of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, has an iconic tradition of preparing young women for academic and leadership success since its inception in 1939. With 500 students in grades 9 through 12, the school is accredited by the Middle States Association of Secondary Schools and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Little Flower is looking for a leader excited by the challenge of shaping Catholic girl's education for a multi-cultural school community. The President serves as the school’s chief ambassador and governing administrator with responsibilities focused on strategy, financial sustainability, institutional advancement, organizational structure, community, and spiritual leadership. The President delegates to the Principal daily responsibilities for academic and co-curricular affairs. Guided by Catholic faith and an educational philosophy that reflects a learning, serving, worshiping, and witnessing community, Little Flower’s next President will implement strategic initiatives designed to increase its market presence, enrollment, and philanthropic support to promote a robust and purposeful educational experience. 
Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible senior leadership experience in business, education, or nonprofit sector. The successful candidate will have an appreciation and passion for the mission of Catholic education and Little Flower High School with a deep-rooted commitment to Catholic faith and teachings. Must have broad knowledge of overall operations of a successful integrated organization including finance, budget development, admissions, fundraising, marketing, and care and maintenance of physical plant. Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree in education, organizational leadership, business, fundraising, or ministry preferred. Limited travel required; must be available to attend events after work hours or on weekends as needed.
Application Procedure
For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls, visit our website at

To apply, please submit the following materials, confidentially and as separate PDF attachments in one email to Marie Foody O’Riordan. Please include Little Flower High School in the subject field.

  • Cover letter
  • Current resume 
  • Statement of Catholic educational philosophy
  • Before employment can begin, the remaining requirements must be met: PA required clearances and a letter of recommendation from the Pastor of the parish in which you are registered

Marie Foody O’Riordan
Lambert & Associates
222 S. Manoa Road, Suite 201
Havertown, PA  19083   

Exceptional Care for Children - Development Manager

Posted: 4/4/2022

Salary Range: $55,000 - $62,000

The Role
Exceptional Care for Children seeks a Development Manager to support ECC’s fundraising campaigns. This position reports to the Director of Development. The Development Manager will build out strategies to grow individual and corporate giving revenues beyond its current budget of roughly $700,000 in collaboration with the Board of Directors, Senior Management, and ECC’s Development and Event committees. The position is based in Newark, DE.
Primary Responsibilities

  • Partner with key staff responsible for fundraising to develop, implement and achieve detailed annual fundraising plans, revenue targets and calendar;
  • Represent ECC publicly and play a key, public-facing role for office presence, constituent relationships and partnerships, and revenue generation; and
  • Provide strategic inputs into organization-wide fundraising strategies, helping to identify and reach increasing revenue goals in the context of organizational growth/expansion. 
Event Planning and Management

  • Serve as ECC’s lead for the planning and execution of all fundraising and stewardship events both virtual and in-person, including its Holiday Toy Drive, Sheldon Scramble Golf Tournament, and Gala; 
  • Coordinate all of the event logistics with each vendor, including catering, florals, audio/visual, event venue, photographer, and event consultants;
  • Manage guest lists and event registration, serving as the first point of contact for all registered sponsors and donors;
  • Train and supervise event volunteers and staff;
  • Track and manage all event-related expenses and reconcile with the finance department in a timely manner; and 
  • Assist with the event fundraising strategy and work with ECC’s Board of Directors to meet budgeted goals.
Donor Cultivation and Engagement 

  • Develop a plan for a year-round engagement of new, monthly, and annual supporters of ECC;
  • Assist with the conceptualization and strategy of ECC’s fundraising campaigns, including our Annual Campaign, Year-End Campaign, Giving Tuesday Campaign, Do More 24 Delaware Campaign, monthly giving program, and other campaigns;
  • Assist in developing relationships with individual donors to sustain and increase giving;
  • Write and conceptualize fundraising appeals and campaign materials, including e-blasts, solicitation letters, campaign books, newsletters, web content, and other materials; 
  • Conduct independent prospect research, including preparing profiles, verifying research data, providing proactive research, and analyzing data on individual constituents of interest; and
  • Oversee the dissemination of acknowledgment letters.
Additional Responsibilities

  • Support the Director of Development and contracted Grant Writer in grant-writing, and on occasion will need to write grants that are assigned by the Director of Development to applicable foundations or corporations for sponsorships, operating or capital funds. Prepare and submit related grant reports;
  • Assist with managing a donor database, producing relevant reports and queries to accurately and continuously analyze ECC’s effectiveness in donor engagement;
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive social media and content marketing strategy for ECC that includes strategies for brand development, reputation management, and growth, promotion, conversion and engagement;
  • Maintain current knowledge of best practices by regularly engaging in professional development activities, reviewing industry publications, and establishing a professional network of peer mentors; and
  • All other duties as assigned.
Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree and at least 2-3 years of previous relevant experience in the nonprofit sector
  • Exceptional writer and communicator skilled in analyzing and communicating complex ideas
  • Experienced in producing or assisting with large-scale events
  • Excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail, and ability to meet deadlines
  • Experience with Kindful, Classy, or other CRM databases
  • Experienced with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Powerpoint, Excel)
  • Ability to work under limited supervision, both independently and as a team member
  • Ability to work where resourcefulness, persistence, and patience are particularly required

  • Monday – Friday 40 hours/week (flexible schedule outside of 9 am-5 pm, including remote work, is negotiable)
  • Evening and weekend hours are required for fundraising and stewardship events 

  • 100% Employer Paid – Employee/Employee Children Health Insurance Benefit
  • Generous Paid Time Off Benefits
  • 403B with Employer Match
  • Company Paid ST/LT Disability
  • And much more
How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit a resume with cover letter to
Exceptional Care for Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex/gender (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, age, physical or mental disability, military or protected veteran status, citizenship, familial or marital status, genetics, or any other legally protected category in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA).
Exceptional Care currently requires that all new associates receive the complete COVID-19 vaccine within 30 days after date of hire, subject to religious and medical accommodations as applicable.

YWCA Delaware - Chief Development Officer

Posted: 3/31/2022

Salary Range: $78,000 - $83,000

Join an amazing team that advances opportunities for women and their families to achieve their dreams in a supportive, nurturing environment. YWCA Delaware is recruiting a Chief Development Officer (CDO) to provide strategic leadership for all contributed revenue and actively manages the cultivation, individual giving, donor relations and stewardship processes. The CDO works closely with the CEO on public relations efforts and with volunteer Board committees to “friend raise” and fund-raise for our mission to eliminate racism and empower women. 
Priority Objectives include: 

  • Compelling annual campaigns and benefit events, particularly the annual Celebration Breakfast
  • Partnership with volunteers to cultivate and secure major gifts
  • Strategic agency publications, web-based and social media communications
  • Management of an experienced three-person team for grants, individual giving and communications functions 


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of certifications and experience
  • Minimum five years in the not-for-profit sector, with experience in individual fundraising, donor management, grants management, supervising staff and volunteers  
  • Experience in community relations, marketing or public relations, and working with diverse populations
  • A creative thinker and diplomatic communicator with strong project management skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Salesforce strongly preferred; experience with donor management systems required
Candidates must embrace the YWCA mission to empower women, eliminate racism and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity in all aspects of their work for YWCA.
Job Type:
Full-time, exempt. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, hybrid remote/in-office schedules and value work-life balance.
How to Apply:
Qualified candidates should use this link to apply: Please include a cover letter.
YWCA Delaware is an equal opportunity employer. We value inclusivity and encourage qualified candidates from all cultures and communities to apply. YWCA Delaware communicates with applicants via email. Please make sure to regularly check your spam/junk mail folder for our communications and/or add emails to your trusted email address list. 

No phone calls, please

YWCA Delaware is a leading advocate for women by providing housing, economic empowerment, gender-based violence prevention and crisis intervention services, racial justice and youth programming. We empower women politically, financially and socially while fostering the confidence and can-do attitude needed to eliminate barriers and overcome life’s obstacles. We are a statewide organization headquartered in Wilmington, DE. Annually we serve 7,000 people. Visit or follow us on social media @ywcade.