Education & Instruction

Assistant Teacher of After School Arts Program

Job Listing
Posted August 9, 2022

Portside is seeking Teaching Assistants to work with our minnows classroom (grades Pre-K and Kindergarten), our Sharks classroom (grades 1 and 2), and our Pirates classroom (grades 3, 4 and 5).  The Portside’s After School Arts Program introduces children to the fundamentals of arts education through a hands-on visual arts curriculum. The program incorporates components of socialization and homework assistance with a large dose of play. Our kids are fun, creative, thoughtful and excited to be at our center.  

Lead Teacher of After School Arts Program (ASAP)

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Posted August 9, 2022

We are currently seeking part-time Lead Teachers to work with us for the duration of the Philadelphia School District’s academic year. Our Lead Teachers work Monday - Friday, between 3:00 and 6:15 PM. Teachers with weeklong availability are preferred, but those with alternate schedules will also be considered. Additional hours may also be offered to work during our half and full-day camps throughout the year.

All applicants must have a passion for art and experience working with groups of children in an instructional setting.

Saturday Registrar

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Posted July 26, 2022

Main Line Art Center seeks a creative, energetic registrar to provide administrative and customer support for the Saturday classes and workshops. This part-time, 8 hour position is multi-faceted and requires a poised and professional demeanor. The registrar must maintain an exemplary sense of professionalism and the ability to proactively problem solve.

Director, Member Engagement

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Posted July 19, 2022

The Director of Member Engagement is part of the Academy’s fast-moving Institutional Advancement team.  This position is responsible for developing and implementing the strategy for all aspects of the general membership program and all related communications and member campaigns. This position is a member of the department’s leadership team, meeting regularly with other directors and the Executive Director to discuss and set strategy for Academy fundraising.  They also provide strategic guidance across the Academy on engagement opportunities, marketing, and mission-based content that will inspire prospects, ticket buyers, and the broader community to become members, as well as assist with developing upgrade strategies for current members. This position oversees the membership gift processing and fulfillment process and works alongside the Membership Coordinator to ensure accurate and efficient entry and acknowledgment of gifts. This position reports to the Executive Director of Institutional Advancement and supervises one full time position. 

The Director of Membership plays a unique role in connecting members to Academy science and staff by working across departments to create member components for public programs and producing members-only events such as the annual Members’ Night.  This is an exciting opportunity for a creative fundraiser interested in science and nature to inspire support for the Academy’s mission through unique offerings, experiences, and stewardship.

Assistant Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations

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Posted July 8, 2022

At Temple, you will find it easy to fit in while staying true to yourself.  We value what makes each employee unique and strive to maintain a culture of diversity and inclusion.  As an employee, you will enjoy our collaborative team-based culture that values innovation and creativity. 

The Assistant Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) will work with Temple’s CFR Executive Director and other CFR team members to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward foundation and corporate prospects to secure financial support for Temple University’s funding priorities. The Assistant Director will provide support in the following areas of CFR: fundraising, grants administration, stewardship, and other department administrative functions.  

Director of Education

Job Listing
Posted July 7, 2022

The Director of Education is responsible for overseeing the planning and directing all of Fleisher’s educational programs, which include art classes for all ages. The Director works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in all programmatic endeavors.

The Director of Education ensures that Fleisher’s education programs effectively and efficiently align with its mission, to bring the greatest amount of impact to Philadelphia residents who face barriers accessing art education. The Direct of Education is responsible for securing about one-third of Fleisher’s annual operating budget through tuition and fees, and in collaboration with the Associate Director of Youth Education informing, designing, and executing all education programs aimed to deepen student engagement and diversify the organization’s base of stakeholders.

The Director of Education will develop and be held accountable for an annual education programs budget. The Director of Education supervises a team of ambitious, highly-capable staff including the Children and Youth Manager, Adult Education Associate, Community Partnership in the Arts Manager, Education Coordinator, Registrar and Visitor Services Manager They provide support, professional development opportunities, and leadership for the team.

The Director of Education serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting Fleisher.

Major Gift Officer

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Posted July 5, 2022

The Major Gift Officer for Klein College of Media and Communication, reporting to the Assistant Dean for the College, is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major donor prospects ($50,000+) to the College. The Major Gift Officer will secure funds for Klein by managing a portfolio of assigned donors, representing the College and Temple University at large, and establishing connections between donors’ philanthropic interests and the priorities of Klein College of Media and Communications and Temple.  

The Major Gift Officer must be a highly energetic, organized, flexible and enthusiastic professional with a proven track record of closing major gifts of $50K+, and must be comfortable working autonomously, achieving performance-related metric goals, building donor relationships, working collaboratively and strategically with colleagues, and possessing a strong knowledge of the principles, ethics and practices of successful fund raising. 

Assistant Director of Stewardship

Job Listing
Posted July 5, 2022

Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Development, the Assistant Director of Stewardship is responsible for strategic stewardship at Tyler in the Development and Alumni Engagement Office. This position is responsible for supplemental gift acknowledgment at the school level in coordination with central Institutional Advancement Gift Accounting, as well as collaborating on Tyler donor recognition events. The Assistant Director of Stewardship also coordinates with Tyler’s Director of Development, Finance office, and central Institutional Advancement regarding pledge statements and endowment reports. In addition, the Assistant Director of Stewardship collaborates with Tyler Development field staff and other internal departments to report to donors on the use of gifts, to arrange meetings between donors and beneficiaries, to participate in the cultivation of new pledges in collaboration with gift officers (as appropriate), and to help celebrate gifts. This position is responsible for developing, implementing and growing a stewardship plan for Tyler. 

Manager of Education

Job Listing
Posted May 24, 2022

Position Overview

Media + Communications Manager

Job Listing
Posted May 17, 2022

Under the supervision of Fleisher’s Director of Communications, the Digital Communications Manager collaborates effectively with all departments to help guide Fleisher’s efforts in all communications, with particular focus on social media strategy, graphic design, and departmental communications.

The Digital Communications Manager is responsible for managing Fleisher’s social media calendar and content, developing new strategies for campaigns and initiatives to expand reach. Beyond managing content, the Digital Communications Manager also contributes creative content in the form of graphic design, supplemental photography, and video. This position plays a key role in developing efficient systems for organization and collaboration on SharePoint (Microsoft Office365) as well as providing key support in adding quarterly educational and program schedules to Fleisher’s website (in collaboration with the Director of Communications and the Registrar).

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