Looking For Work? 10 New Job Openings in Pittsburgh This Week

The Pittsburgh Foundation, Allies for Health and Wellbeing and The Children's Institute all have openings.
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Early Childhood Teacher
Literacy Pittsburgh
The Early Childhood Teacher is a member of the Family Literacy Program team and is responsible for ensuring the safety and welfare of children and for providing safe and developmentally appropriate programs that are aligned with all relevant federal and state standards. Learn more.

Community Engagement Coordinator/Manager
Black Equity Coalition/POISE Foundation
The Community Engagement Coordinator / Manager is responsible for building sustainable relationships with the Black communities across Pennsylvania. The incumbent must develop and implement a strategy to reach PA communities through community organizations, civic groups, fraternities, sororities, and other viable resources to reach PA’s Black communities. Responsible for writing and editing community outreach plan, messaging on hesitancy, documenting, and reports to promote BEC across Pennsylvania. Learn more.

Development and Grants Coordinator
Allies for Health and Wellbeing
The Development & Grants Coordinator is responsible for generating financial and in-kind support for Allies by successfully implementing fundraising strategies such as the annual campaign, fundraising events, donor cultivation activities and grant stewardship. The position will report to the Director of Development and work closely with Allies leadership and development volunteers. Learn more.

Director of Alumni and Donor Engagement
Point Park University
The Director of Alumni & Donor Engagement reports to the Assistant Vice President, University Advancement. This position is responsible for implementing an institution-wide comprehensive alumni, donor relations, and stewardship program that appropriately and consistently promotes interaction with and recognition of alumni and donors at all levels. The position requires excellent collaborative skills to be applied with all advancement including front-line fundraisers and partners across the University. This position requires the ability to oversee donor stewardship activities and events, and draft written materials to aid in the institution’s efforts to educate, cultivate, and recognize donors. This position, an integral part of the University’s advancement efforts, offers the opportunity to apply creative and critical thinking skills in a wide range of alumni and donor communications and stewardship projects that connect the University with its alumni and current and prospective benefactors. This position will oversee the Alumni & Donor Engagement Officer. Learn more.

AIDS Free Pittsburgh Community Outreach & Engagement Coordinator
AIDS Free Pittsburgh
AFP is looking to hire a Community Outreach & Engagement Coordinator who will help AIDS Free Pittsburgh 1) develop on-going community engagement opportunities and 2) coordinate activities to increase access to HIV testing, prevention, and treatment services in southwestern PA. People of color, people who identify as LGBTQ+, and people living with HIV are strongly encouraged to apply. Learn more.

Manager, Business Investment
Allegheny Conference on Community Development
As part of this team, you’ll contribute to efforts that will attract and retain businesses, with a focus on positioning Pittsburgh’s real estate, talent, incentives, and the broader interdisciplinary research and innovation ecosystem. In this role, you will have the opportunity to be innovative and purposeful. The position will be a healthy blend of individual and teamwork. Learn more.

Marketing and Media Manager
The Children’s Institute
The Marketing and Media Manager works in close collaboration with the Director of Marketing & Magic and as a key member of the organization’s Institutional Advancement team, the Marketing & Media Manager plays a key role in strategizing, developing, and executing marketing and communications efforts for The Children’s Institute. Learn more.

Behavior Care Technician
Animal Friends
The Behavior Care Technician’s primary duties involve direct care of the shelter animals. This care involves feeding of the animals and cleaning of the cages, as well as general cleaning and upkeep of the entire shelter. Behavior Care Technicians are in direct contact with the public, volunteers and other shelter staff and thus a positive, friendly attitude and ability to work with others are essential components of this position. Behavior Care Technicians are expected to maintain a professional, courteous demeanor with co-workers, visitors, volunteers, and other staff at all times. Candidates must also embrace the programs and mission of Animal Friends. Learn more.

Retail Sales Coordinator
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
As a member of the Retail Sales team, you will support our membership and enhance their membership experience through great customer service in our retail shop. Learn more.

Human Resources Generalist
The Pittsburgh Foundation
The Human Resources Generalist manages the day-to-day human resource functions for approximately 160 employees of the Foundation and its supporting organizations. Candidate should have a strong background in payroll on a leading automated system. Other Human Resource duties will include assisting in employee relations, recruiting and onboarding, benefits, leave of absences, workers’ comp, etc. Learn more.

Member Relations Coordinator
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
The Member Relations Coordinator is responsible for the management of the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh Membership program, including stewardship of long-term member relationships. The Member Relations Coordinator will develop strategy and implement plans for membership growth and member retention, understanding the unique needs of member families and how they utilize the Museum. Learn more.

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