Scranton Redevelopment Authority (SRA)
The Executive Director directs and manages all operations of the Scranton Redevelopment Authority with the goal of expanding access to opportunity for all Scranton residents and businesses. Reporting to the SRA Board and in coordination with the Office of Economic and Community Development, the Executive Director leads several core functions on behalf of the City and Authority, including blight remediation, fostering job creation, supporting entrepreneurship and small businesses, and accelerating affordable housing and mixed-use redevelopment.
Mt Lebanon Partnership
The new part-time Executive Director will be talented and organized, facilitating and amplifying the work of the Mt. Lebanon Partnership in support of its vision: The Mt. Lebanon Partnership makes Uptown Mt. Lebanon’s community-serving, best-in-class business district a regional destination. In this newly created part time flexible contract position (approximately 20 hours per month), the Executive Director will provide organizational and administrative support for the Partnership working in tandem with a dedicated Board. The position will provide management and governance support while coordinating and helping to guide the execution of the annual workplan, including assisting with planning and logistics for events, supporting a revenue strategy, and engaging in special projects.
Urban Revitalization Manager
York County Economic Alliance
The Urban Revitalization Manager has the unique opportunity to leave a lasting, positive imprint in our community by spearheading a variety of placemaking economic development projects within the City of York and York County. This role implements Downtown Inc’s urban revitalization strategy, which includes “clean and green” activities, historic preservation, redevelopment, public art and mural installation and management, wayfinding, bike and pedestrian improvements, and public safety. The Urban Revitalization Manager works within the Strategic Development and Downtown Inc teams, collaborating across the YCEA organization to advance strategic economic development initiatives, such as the Codorus Greenway beautification project, or the recently re-opened historic Yorktowne Hotel redevelopment.
Full Time Manager Position
Souderton Connects is looking to hire an enthusiastic individual with a strong work ethic and interpersonal skills, who is self-motivated and has a great attention to detail. The manager is responsible for overseeing the Business Improvement District growth, multiple events within Souderton borough and fundraising. The ideal candidate will have experience fostering relationships with individuals to bring them on board with the organization’s vision. They will also have experience coordinating multiple events per year, including organizing volunteers and delegating tasks, obtaining sponsorships, and handling all logistics.
Part Time BID Coordinator
Souderton Connects is looking to hire an enthusiastic individual with a strong work ethic and interpersonal skills, who is self-motivated and has a great attention to detail. The BID Coordinator supports the Businesses, Community and Souderton Connects Board of Directors and will serve as a liaison between Souderton Connects and the BID Stakeholders and businesses.
Part Time Fundraising/Event Coordinator
Souderton Connects is looking to hire a highly motivated individual with a strong work ethic, interpersonal skills, who is self motivated and has a great attention to detail. The fundraising/event coordinator is responsible for overseeing and running all Souderton Connects events, leading fundraising initiatives and reporting updates to the Board of Directors.
Partnership Project Coordinator
PA Hallowed Grounds (PAHG) in partnership with Preservation Pennsylvania has received grant funding from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the 1772 Foundation to assist in conserving African American cemeteries in Pennsylvania. The Partnership Project Coordinator is an eight-month independent contractor that will assist Preservation Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Hallowed Grounds and the 2023 Grant Recipients of the Pennsylvania African American Cemetery Assistance Project. The contractor will communicate and build partnerships with cemetery stewards, funders, the PAHG Grants Advisory Committee, and other interested parties. A particular focus of this role will be engaging internal and external stakeholders, the collection and collation of information on the progress of the grant projects, using the PAHG website and social media, and planning/coordinating partnership meetings and events.
Roxborough Development Corporation
The Roxborough Development Corporation’s (RDC) mission is to provide Roxborough residents with high quality shopping, dining, and entertainment experiences. Central to its mission is a commitment to reinvigorate Ridge Avenue, Roxborough’s principal business corridor, as a focus of a broad range of community life and activities. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and has overall responsibility to ensure that program objectives are clearly stated and that program activities are focused on achievement of stated goals, keeping the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission, vision, and financial objectives. He / she will implement the strategic goals and objectives of the organization.
Erie Downtown Partnership
Erie Downtown Partnership seeks a Development Director. This person should be a highly motivated individual experienced in traditional and non-traditional development and fundraising models to work with our dynamic programming team to build capacity for implementing bold, impactful, community-led downtown revitalization initiatives. Development Director candidates should demonstrate an aptitude in market and funding research, grant writing and fundraising campaign implementation, as well as business and donor relationships.
Citywide Development Corporation
This full time position provides visionary, strategic, active oversight, and management of the ‘Hometown Blueprint Plan’ implementation. This executive role serves as a leader in the community who builds capacity, and creates the conditions which are conducive for community and economic growth in the City of New Castle. He/she will work to promote and strengthen the vitality and appearance of the downtown business district and strengthen the economic base for the municipality.
Lackawanna River Conservation Association (LRCA)
The Lackawanna River Conservation Association (LRCA) is seeking a candidate who can easily work independently and who would be responsible for reporting to the board president and board on a routine basis. The Executive Director plays a key role in the organization’s day-to-day operations as well as long-term goals and pursuit of growth opportunities. The ability to lead and navigate through local initiatives and local politics to achieve results with the LRCA’s mission is needed. Knowledge of land and water resource conservation practices, environmental issues, current state of affairs a plus. Experience with non-profit work, grant writing and board structures is helpful.
Borough of State College
The Planner (Redevelopment) is responsible for project management and implementation of a wide-range of redevelopment activities, including real estate, public finance and housing development. The incumbent is the main administrator of the State College Redevelopment Authority’s activities, business grant and loan programs, and other public initiatives in affordable housing, business support, and public infrastructure financing. The Planner will provide leadership in a high-performing, cross-disciplinary team, with opportunities to significantly impact the future of State College.