Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson and Union Counties (BBBSEHU) is seeking a Program Manger to develop the strategy and execution plan for BBBS’ next phase of growth. Reporting to the COO, the Program Manager will oversee day-to-day programmatic operations to ensure high quality services to at risk youth. The Program Manager will be a key member of the Leadership Team that will accelerate BBBS’ growth and impact in the community. The ideal candidate must be equipped to lead in a fast-paced, ever-changing culture with the ability to shift focus quickly based on identified needs and enhanced goals.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence (BBBSI) is the largest BBBS agency in the state and fourth largest in the nation. Our mission is to build and support one-to-one relationships that ignite the biggest possible futures for youth, and strengthen the youth mentoring field through evidence-based mentoring services, collaboration and advocacy. BBBSI seeks a Manager, Community Based Enrollment & Match. Through effective leadership and guidance, the Manager, Community Base Enrollment & Match will be responsible for the overall management of a team that effectively implements enrollment and match practices in accordance with the BBBS brand and BBBSA Standards of Practice. This will include supervision of an Enrollment and Match department to ensure high-level performance and delivery of services and includes positive utilization of Team Leader staff to ensure high-level performance of the team. This position requires some workday and weekend travel to BBBSI office locations and agency events within our 7-county service area in Southeastern PA (Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties) and Southern NJ (Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester Counties).
Bachelor’s Degree, strong oral and written communication skills, experience with technical databases and Microsoft Office Suite. Experience working with diverse cultures, youth, and families desired. Flexible schedule. Some irregular hours and travel necessary.
The Vice President of Development (VPD) is responsible for managing the agency’s Fund Development Team and envisioning its fund development program, which includes the continued growth and development of all revenue streams. The Fund Development Team oversees fundraising from individual donors, private foundations, corporate partners, government grants, United Way, and special events. The VPD also leads donor stewardship efforts, and oversees prospective donor research and database management.
JOIN A FORWARD-THINKING AGENCY THAT IS HELPING MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN CHILDREN’S LIVES. Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence (BBBSI), seeks a Team Leader, Customer Relations. BBBSI is the fourth largest BBBS agency in the nation. Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. The ideal candidate will support the intake function via the successful coordination of customer relations functions, as well as effective performance of individual customer relations functions, practices and goals. This position can be based in Philadelphia or Exton, PA. If based in Philadelphia, this position will require travel to the Exton office twice a week.
BBBS of SWLA is seeking an individual with excellent relationship management skills including team leadership, community development, and conflict resolution. This person must have a strong understanding of child safety practices, demonstrate excellent analytical thinking combined with intuition and professional judgement, strong documentation and program oversight capabilities, and with a mind set on ensuring child safety and positive program impacts.
Reporting to the Director of Individual & Institutional Giving, the Donor Relations & Stewardship Coordinator supports all stewardship and prospect engagement work related to the BBBSI’s donors. They are responsible for planning, reviewing, completing, reporting on, and contributing to a portfolio of donor and prospect relations projects and programs to ensure the continued success and growth of the BBBSI’s fundraising efforts. In all relevant areas, the Coordinator will be expected to act proactively and critically, analyze, evaluate, and find innovative ways to improve processes and procedures, documenting modifications as needed.
Reporting to the Vice President of Marketing & Communications, the Marketing & Communications Coordinator will work closely with counterparts in Program, Advancement, and MENTOR Independence departments to accomplish agency marketing and communications goals and objectives. They will support the agency’s marketing efforts including content development, website and microsite development and maintenance, social media content, newsletter content development, and email campaign development and monitoring. Activities include, but are not limited to, planning and goal setting, search engine optimization, story collection and writing, copywriting, cultivation of donor leads, and volunteer recruitment. This position’s responsibilities will be heavily weighted toward the Agency’s Advancement (fundraising) efforts. In all relevant areas, the Coordinator will be expected to act proactively and critically, analyze, evaluate, and find innovative ways to improve processes and procedures.
Reporting to the Vice President of Advancement, the Director of Special Events & Sponsorships is responsible for maintaining and growing a special event portfolio exceeding $1.2M, and developing one direct report, both focused toward the goal of enhancing our mission, efficiently increasing fundraising outcomes pre- and post-event, and ensuring excellent customer service. BBBSI is seeking an experienced fundraising events professional to plan sustainable growth, and work with senior leadership and Board-chaired Special Event Committees to drive new revenue, maintain and elevate current sponsors, and expand special events capabilities with one of the country’s leading BBBS agencies.
Reporting to the Director of Individual & Institutional Giving, the Manager of Annual & Alumni Giving is responsible for maintaining and growing a sustaining donors portfolio exceeding $400K, including annual giving and appeals, alumni and volunteer (Bigs) giving, monthly giving, and related events. BBBSI is seeking an experienced fundraiser to develop sustainable growth in this portfolio, and work across the organization, with the Alumni Association, and with several Regional Advisory Boards (RABs) to drive new revenue, increase donor engagement, maintain and elevate current donors with one of the country’s leading BBBS agencies.