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Development & Planning Manager

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Background             

Founded in 1993, the Women's Opportunities Resource Center (WORC) is a nationally recognized not-for-profit headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. WORC was Philadelphia’s first microenterprise program for low-income people and one of the first in the nation. WORC enables low-income individuals - primarily women and their families - to increase their social and economic self-sufficiency through self-employment training, microlending, support services, savings programs and access to business & financial resources. WORC is a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), and an approved SBA micro-and Community Advantage 7A SBA lender.

Skills and Abilities   

Must have minimum B.A.; excellent communications (oral & written), analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills.

Experience                 

Five years of development-related experience with a demonstrated track record, including grant writing and annual giving. Strong computer/database skills.

Strategic planning and public relations experience preferred. Experience in economic/community development and/or microfinance a plus.

 Responsibilities

 1.   Researches and identifies potential sources of financial support (public & private; organizational and individual).

2. Prepares grant proposals, statistical and other reports for funding agencies.

3. Assists the President and Program Directors in organization- and program-level strategic planning and fundraising strategies.

4. Reviews and summarizes legislation related to WORC programming for dissemination internally and externally.

5. Grants management (e.g., track proposal and report deadlines; maintain correspondence with funders); generate status reports for internal use. 

6. Performs various public relations duties—e.g., prepares annual reports; news releases and publications; meets with community groups and community partners; makes presentations explaining WORC programs to garner public interest and participation.

7. Coordinates and supervises special projects, events and meetings.

8. As the need arises, assumes additional responsibilities as assigned by the President.

 


Background             

Founded in 1993, the Women's Opportunities Resource Center (WORC) is a nationally recognized not-for-profit headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. WORC was Philadelphia’s first microenterprise program for low-income people and…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule
  • Education
    4-Year Degree Required
  • Professional Level
    Professional

Salary

USD 52,000 - USD 83,200Health Insurance, Retirement Plan, Vacation, and Paid Holidays

Benefits

Health Insurance, Retirement Plan, Vacation, and Paid Holidays

Health Insurance, Retirement Plan, Vacation, and Paid Holidays

Location

On-site
2010 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA

How to Apply

Interested parties should mail your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to lcutler@worc-pa.com and careers@worc-pa.com

Interested parties should mail your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to lcutler@worc-pa.com and careers@worc-pa.com

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