Program Director

BCRC, Inc.
131 Pleasant Drive, Aliquippa, PA 15001

Job Title: Program Director
Reports to:
Executive Director
Status: Full-Time, Exempt
Location: Aliquippa, PA

BCRC, Inc. (Beaver County Rehabilitation Center) offers a wide range of services to help people with intellectual, developmental, psychiatric and co-occurring disabilities to secure employment, work toward recovery, achieve increased independence, and participate in their communities. These programs are guided by values of promoting growth and community membership through person-centered, strength-based, innovative approaches.

Although BCRC, Inc. has expanded significantly since its inception in 1962, the agency remains driven by its mission to provide opportunity for growth and independence while respecting the dignity and uniqueness of each individual it serves. Today, BCRC serves hundreds of people and operates out of multiple locations within Beaver County.

Position Summary:

The Program Director is a senior management position responsible for providing administration and support to BCRC programming.  Responsible for management of personnel and operations, procedures and programming for all clients and sites.  Oversees program development, implementation, and evaluation of new areas of service. Provides oversight to regulation compliance. Assists in program budget preparation, tracks approved amounts, and ensures appropriate billing.


  • Supervision of department managers/supervisors assisting with staff hiring and personnel development.
  • Provide leadership, direction and supervision to department mangers/supervisors in the following programs: ID Facility programs, Community Participation and Small Group Employment, Supported Employment, Mental Health Services, Youth Services, Community Grant Programs, In Home and Community Based Support and Records Management.
  • Responsible for overseeing compliance in service definitions/processes and licensing regulations, including:   PA ODP (Office of Developmental Programs), PA OVR (Office of Vocational Rehabilitation), Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Peer Support – PA OMHSAS (Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services).
  • Provide oversight to BCRC’s grants to assure they are managed properly and meeting contractual obligations.
  • Familiar with ODP waiver service definitions and services in order to provide guidance as needed.
  • Maintains a full understanding of and ensures compliance with ODP (Chapter 6100) regulations.
  • Monitor services provided to clients to ensure appropriate hours, services, specified monies and activities are in accordance with contracts.
  • Understands, follows and implements agency policies and procedures.
  • Manage funding regulations and required documentation.
  • Knowledge of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Peer Support licensing regulations.
  • Make certain that all required timelines and due dates are met.
  • Identify new opportunities and new projects to assists in the growth and development of BCRC program and services.
  • Collaborate and network with community agencies and county contacts.
  • Serves on internal and external committees as requested by Executive Director


  • Educational experience expected to be in line with the requirements of the position.
  • Experience providing services and supports to individuals with disabilities.
  • Multiple years of nonprofit management experience overseeing programming.
  • Demonstrated strength in management and coaching skills.
  • Excellent track record of team building and leadership.
  • Working knowledge of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities system, Office of Developmental Programs regulations and requirements.
  • Financial management skills to oversee budgets, billing and reporting.
  • Ability to problem solve.  Is innovative and can reset priorities in keeping with the changing needs and workload.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills including computer proficiency.


  • Health, HRA, Vision, Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • Defined Pension Plan
  • Optional 403(b)
  • Supplemental Insurance (AFLAC)
  • Generous PTO
  • 11 Paid Holidays

Email resume to

Associate Director

KGSB Office of the Dean – Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh – (21001760)

The Associate Director (AD) for the Center for Sustainable Business will have primary responsibility for overseeing all three branches of the Center: research, teaching, and thought leadership. Specifically, the AD will have primary responsibility for overseeing budgets, writing grant proposals, tracking and reporting data related to grants, program development, coordinating the Sustainable Business Forum, supervising research collaborations between the Center and external partners, managing the Certificate in Sustainability program, running grant competitions for faculty and students, recruiting new clients, and acting as the primary relationship manager and liaison between the Center and external public and private sector entities. The AD will also supervise at least one full-time administrative staff member and at least one student worker who will have responsibilities for publicity and social media engagement, administration, and various center activities. The AD will work closely with other departments and schools regarding curricula, special courses, visiting scholars, speakers, and conferences. The AD reports to the Director of the Center for Sustainable Business. In collaboration with the Director, the AD monitors and makes decisions related to the centers’ multiple budgets, attends local and national meetings on the center’s behalf, and supports the Director in all activities deemed relevant by the Director to the success of the Center. The AD will also report to and interact with the Financial Manager within the Office of the Dean of Katz Graduate School of Business. The AD must be able to work with minimal supervision, represent the center in a professional manner, work efficiently on multiple projects, and maintain good rapport with university administrators, staff, faculty, students, and representatives or other domestic and international partner institutions. Occasional travel and weeknight/weekend hours will be required. Minimum 3-5 years of experience in a university or professional setting is required. Experience with supervisory responsibilities is also required. A relevant master’s degree is required. Superb writing skills are vital, as well as attention to detail, multitasking capabilities, and the ability to work in an extremely fast-paced work environment. Microsoft Office Suite, database, and web experience are required. Experience with data analysis software (such as STATA) is preferred. Other requirements include detailed knowledge of current research in the field of sustainable business strategy, the ability to think creatively about research designs that assess the impact of sustainable business strategies as well as how to implement those designs in practice, the ability to track data for grant proposals, oversee proposed activities and implementation, and write complex reports and proposals, as well as the ability to interact well with people at all levels.

Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a professional or university setting required. Previous supervisory responsibilities required. Occasional travel and weeknight/weekend hours will be required. Experience with data analysis software (such as STATA) is strongly preferred. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EOE, including disability/vets

Department Details The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration’s mission is to leverage the opportunities created by our urban location and strong research culture to prepare students to be catalysts for change. Our mission is to merge communities of knowledge with communities of practice to create exceptional experience-based learning outcomes for students and relevant insights for business leaders. Pitt Business is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or veteran status.

Assignment Category Full-time regular
Job Classification Staff.Administrator.III
Campus Pittsburgh
Minimum Education Level Required Master’s
Minimum Experience Level Required 3-5 years experience
Work Schedule Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Hiring Range $35,100.00 – $56,784.00
Relocation Offered No
Visa Sponsorship Provided No
Background Check For position finalists, employment with the University will require successful completion of a background check
Child Protection Clearances Not Applicable
Required Documents Resume, Cover Letter

Assistant Director of First@Colgate

Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
Division: Dean of the College
Department: Dean of the College

The Assistant Director of First@Colgate collaborates closely with other professionals across the Dean of the College division and the University to foster an inclusive and supportive environment for first-generation and underrepresented student populations. The Assistant Director’s primary responsibilities include coordinating, planning, implementing and evaluating support services for First@Colgate. The Assistant Director assumes a lead role in planning and coordinating Pre-Orientation programs for underrepresented student populations and serves as a liaison to the Provost and Dean of the Faculty Division providing support to the Office of Undergraduate Studies Summer Institute. The Assistant Director serves as a primary contact for students connecting them with campus resources and providing programming and advising on a wide range of topics including academic, transition, and financial matters as well as post-graduation preparation.

Department Statement:

The Assistant Director of First@Colgate collaborates closely with other professionals across the Dean of the College division and the University to foster an inclusive and supportive environment for first-generation and underrepresented student populations. The Assistant Director’s primary responsibilities include coordinating, planning, implementing and evaluating support services for First@Colgate. The Assistant Director assumes a lead role in planning and coordinating Pre-Orientation programs for underrepresented student populations and serves as a liaison to the Provost and Dean of the Faculty Division providing support to the Office of Undergraduate Studies Summer Institute. The Assistant Director serves as a primary contact for students connecting them with campus resources and providing programming and advising on a wide range of topics including academic, transition, and financial matters as well as post-graduation preparation.


Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Administrative Advising and Director of First@Colgate, the Assistant Director is an equity-minded practitioner, educator, and advisor/mentor. The assistant director position requires experience in program development and implementation, building partnerships across a university/college campus, counseling, advising or mentoring and knowledge of campus resources.

Program Design, Implementation, and Execution

  • Assist with, and often take a lead role in, the planning, implementation, and assessment of programming related to the strategic goals of First@Colgate, the Dean of the College Division, and the University’s Third Century Plan.
  • The assistant director must be able to take direction and initiative, work independently while managing multiple priorities, and support the vision of the assistant dean.
  • Serve as an institutional resource and advocate for first generation and underrepresented students, working closely with faculty, staff, alumni and other stakeholders to coordinate supplemental educational programming, transition, and support services.
  • Utilize assessment to measure the effectiveness of programs and to refine initiatives; monitor and evaluate student progress, engagement and success; and, assist in the development of the First@Colgate annual report and data analysis.
  • Provide programmatic and operational support to the OUS Summer Institute.
  • Collaborate with other University Offices to plan and coordinate Pre-Orientation programming.

Student Staff Supervision

  • Supervise undergraduate staff members who work with First@Colgate. Coordinate training, facilitate onboarding, and provide ongoing evaluation and professional development opportunities for student employees.

Student and Community Engagement

  • Encourage leadership identity development through trainings, mentorship, and the development of accountability measures. This may also include identifying, coordinating travel to and accompanying students at leadership conferences and retreats. Advise related student leadership committees or councils.
  • Provide individualized advising to students to facilitate social, leadership, academic, and identity development, financial literacy and to encourage their holistic well-being, self-advocacy, and ability to utilize resources and support services.
  • Coordinate and/or oversee the distribution of a First@Colgate newsletter and monitor and maintain First@Colgate social media accounts.
  • Serve as an institutional resource and first-generation advocate, identifying opportunities for ally development, interdepartmental collaboration, and community partnerships.
  • Represent First@Colgate through participation in campus-wide initiatives and committees within the Dean of the College Division and University.


  • Assist the assistant dean and director in budget management, reporting, communications, assessment, and other administrative tasks as needed.
  • Possess high levels of professional acumen, judgment, and leadership and serve in a variety of capacities in the absence of the director.
  • Serve in other capacities as needed.

This position has been designated as a Campus Security Authority (CSA), in accordance with the federal statutory requirements of the Jeanne Clery Act. CSA’s are required to and responsible for reporting allegations of crimes they receive from students and employees to the Campus Safety Department.

Professional Experience/Qualifications:

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working with first-generation and underrepresented student populations required; relevant experience in higher education strongly preferred.


  • A Master’s degree is preferred; preferably in higher education, student affairs, counseling, social work, ethnic studies, or related field.
  • In lieu of a Master’s degree, a bachelor’s degree is required in combination with 2-3 years of comparable full-time experience.

Other Information:

Among the top liberal arts colleges in the country, Colgate University is renowned for its academic rigor, the beauty and vitality of its campus, and the contributions of its alumni across a variety of fields and endeavors, who are exceptionally engaged with the institution. Larger than classic liberal arts colleges, Colgate boasts both substantial academic offerings as well as small classes, a strong emphasis on faculty-student interaction, and a residential community valuing all forms of intellectual curiosity. Colgate’s faculty members are leading teachers and scholars, committed to intellectual engagement in all its forms. Colgate’s approximately 2,900 highly motivated students achieve academically, athletically, and artistically, and are actively engaged in the world around them. Colgate is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff, and student population, fostering an inclusive community that embraces and values diversity in an environment of mutual respect, communication, and engagement.

Colgate was first founded in 1817 as The Baptist Education Society of the State of New York by 13 men with $13 and 13 prayers. The number 13 is still Colgate’s lucky number; Friday the 13th is always designated Colgate Day. New York State granted the school a formal charter in 1819, and the Baptists in New York City — soap maker William Colgate among them — consolidated their seminary with the Hamilton school to form the Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution in 1823. A state charter issued in 1846 changed the name to Madison University and established the right to grant degrees. Madison was changed to Colgate in 1890, in honor of the Colgate family’s enduring support.

Today, Colgate is a thriving, highly selective liberal arts institution. Located in the geographic center of New York State. Colgate’s campus in Hamilton, N.Y., boasts carefully preserved architecture, immaculate grounds, and a hillside setting. It is consistently named one of the most beautiful in the nation. It is a friendly and close-knit place where students develop lifelong bonds with the institution, with each other, and with faculty and staff members. More than 110 buildings on the 575-acre campus (the oldest dating back to 1827) and in Hamilton house Colgate’s core educational, administrative, and student life functions. Faculty and staff members make intentional choices to live and work in Hamilton, New York, and this leads to a strong scholarly community that provides the foundation for undergraduate education and preparation for life after college that is unique to Colgate.

The University’s academic program is grounded in its Liberal Arts Core Curriculum, which has been in place since 1928 and is required of every undergraduate. The five core classes are Legacies of the Ancient World, Challenges of Modernity, Communities and Identities, Scientific Perspectives on the World, and Global Engagements. Undergraduates may choose from 56 majors and more than 40 additional minors. Classes are small, averaging 17 students, and are taught by nearly 300 full-time faculty members, 99 percent of whom have received a Ph.D. or terminal degree in their field. Students are encouraged to collaborate with faculty members in research efforts, and Colgate undergraduates have co-authored articles in professional publications for more than 30 years.

Colgate also has a rich tradition of international and off-campus study and has one of the largest faculty-led off-campus study programs in the nation. The University is ranked first by the Institute of International Education in the percentage of students participating in mid-length off-campus study programs. The off-campus study groups run for an entire semester, in locations around the world, including Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe, South America, and within the United States. Extended study programs offer students between two and five weeks of study following the end of the semester. Through these and, more than 100 other affiliated programs, roughly two-thirds of Colgate students will study off-campus during their undergraduate years.

In recent years, the University has made significant investments in the campus in support of students’ academic and overall development, most notably the construction of Benton Hall, the new home of Colgate’s comprehensive career development initiatives; the addition of the Class of 1965 Arena to its athletics facilities; and a new middle campus quad featuring two new residence halls that will provide spaces for collaboration, intellectual exploration, and student-faculty engagement. They will open later in 2019. With its endowment valued at more than $900 million and an annual operating budget just above $200 million, Colgate holds a AA credit rating with S&P, which was reaffirmed in October 2018. In addition, Moody’s Investment Service affirmed Colgate’s Aa3 rating in August 2017 based on the University’s excellent strategic positioning as a highly selective private liberal arts school with a robust market and sizeable financial resources. To learn more about Colgate University, visit:

Hamilton and the Surrounding Community:

Founded in 1795, the Village of Hamilton, named one of the friendliest towns in the United States by Forbes magazine, has a population of roughly 4,000. The Hamilton Village Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 and is home to an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants. The area is ideal for outdoor recreation including biking, hiking, trail running, and skiing. Colgate’s golf course, Seven Oaks, was designed by Robert Trent Jones and has been repeatedly recognized as one of the best college golf courses in the country. The University’s location provides easy access for summer hikes and winter ski trips. It is less than a one-hour drive from Syracuse, four hours away from New York City, and five hours from Boston. Colgate and Hamilton have formed the Partnership for Community Development, which develops an active network of professional consultants, foundations, municipalities, and not-for-profit organizations located throughout the Central New York region to assist area residents, businesses, and visitors. This includes efforts to stimulate and support local businesses through small business development and the revitalization of historic buildings. To strengthen the relationship between the village and the University, and to add to the economic development of downtown, Colgate relocated its campus bookstore to the downtown area of the village. Similarly, Colgate owns the Palace Theater, a 300-seat performing arts venue that is leased to an external nonprofit arts organization.

Colgate Students and Student Life:

Colgate students are achievers intellectually, athletically, and artistically, and are actively engaged in the world around them. For the Class of 2022, fewer than 2,430 students were offered admission, chosen from more than 9,700 applicants representing 50 states, the District of Columbia, and 133 countries. The acceptance rate was 24.9 percent. Admitted students had an average GPA of 3.82 and the middle 50 percent achieved a combined SAT score of 1400–1510. Fifty-five percent of students are women, domestic students of color constitute 22 percent of the student body, and international students account for 15 percent. Forty-four percent of students receive financial aid, and Colgate meets 100 percent of demonstrated need.

The curricular and co-curricular overlap and intersect often at Colgate. The student-faculty ratio is 9:1 and the average class has 17 students. Small classes are common and allow professors to advise and mentor students inside and outside of the classroom. Colgate is a residential university with more than 93 percent of students living on campus. Housing options include traditional residence halls; interest-based residential communities; townhouses; apartments; and University-owned houses. The University recently launched a Residential Commons system designed to create strong and welcoming living/learning communities. The creation of these communities has required the renovation of existing dormitory facilities and the construction of new residence halls. Starting with the Class of 2021, every first-year student calls one of four Commons home and beginning in 2019–2020, all sophomores will also live in a Commons. Through membership in their Commons, students engage with professors and each other in special recreational, social, and intellectual activities. More on the

Junior and senior students may live in college apartments, college houses, Greek-affiliated chapter houses, or townhouses, or they may apply to live off-campus. The 250 students approved to live off-campus through the lottery take part in the Neighbor to Neighbor program, a collaborative effort between the Village of Hamilton and the Colgate community to ensure a positive and healthy relationship between the village and the campus. The University’s visual and performing arts offerings support the creative endeavors of students on campus, as well as host visiting artists, musicians, filmmakers, theater groups, and other creative professionals.

Fraternities and sororities are part of a long-standing tradition at Colgate, dating back to the first fraternity charter adopted in 1856. Roughly a third of all Colgate students are affiliated with the fraternity and sorority community at Colgate University, which includes eight internationally affiliated Greek-letter organizations. Students are eligible to join a fraternity or sorority in their sophomore year and Colgate owns and oversees all chapter houses.

Colgate also has a rich and competitive athletic tradition. Approximately 25 percent of students are involved in a varsity sport, and 80 percent of students are involved in some form of varsity, club, or intramural athletics. There are 25 varsity teams, more than 40 club sports teams, and 18 different intramural sports. Colgate is part of the NCAA Division I Patriot League for all varsity sports (ECAC of Division I for men’s and women’s hockey) and consistently has one of the NCAA’s top graduation rates among student-athletes.

Work Schedule:

Weekdays, with occasional evenings and/or weekends.

EEO Statement:

It is the policy of Colgate University not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of their race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, pregnancy, national origin, marital status, disability, protected Veterans status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, being or having been victims of domestic violence or stalking, familial status, or any other categories covered by law. Colgate is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Candidates from historically underrepresented groups, women, persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.

Clery Act:


The Campus Safety Department will provide upon request a copy of Colgate’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This report includes statistics as reported to the United States Department of Education for the previous three years concerning reported: 1. crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Colgate University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus and 2. fires that occurred in student housing facilities. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security and fire safety, such as policies concerning sexual assault, life safety systems, and other related matters. To obtain a copy, contact the Campus Safety Compliance Manager via e-mail at You may also access the report from the Campus Safety web page at:

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Deputy Director, Analytics, Technology and Planning

The Job

The Deputy Director is responsible for providing county and community leaders with the insights, information, and well-considered options they need to improve the quality, equity and reach of human services in Allegheny County. This individual leads the 200+ person Office of Analytics, Technology and Planning (ATP) which: creates the information infrastructure (data and technology) to support decision-making and information-sharing across human services; answers important questions through their analysis; supports leaders in choosing priorities based on community need, opportunities, and federal and state policies; plan programs and systems in line with priorities and that tie to budgets and service delivery; and supports equity and quality improvement. This position reports to the Director of this $1B organization and supports her in working with government and community partners in driving policies that improve well-being for people in the county.

Working as a leader at Allegheny County DHS gives you the chance to impact the lives of hundreds of thousands of people—applying your skills to ensuring DHS can serve as many children, youth, and families as possible, with high quality and equity. You will be part of a smart, collaborative, and driven leadership team that focuses each day on ensuring a safe, healthy, and thriving county.

Who We’re Looking For

Someone who loves working with others to solve a challenge, who’s a terrific leader, and who’s been searching for a way to a real difference for people, through their work. Ideally, this person also has deep experience in tech and analytics, is innovative and creative, has a facility for thinking and leading in strategic ways, and is good at explaining what they mean. Essential in any person we’d hire is their commitment to anti-racism in their work and their lives; and the respect for others and what they think and understand.

How to Apply

The Deputy Director position is posted here:

It’s a position that has the benefits of working for county government.

More Details on Responsibilities

The Deputy Director of ATP will:

  • Lead the office that provides information for people in human services, the public, and clients to understand needs, issues, and opportunities and to make decisions. ATP is composed of these teams:
    • Analytics, which answers critical questions of impact, performance, quality and equity; provides community needs and strengths data, including information based on client feedback and ideas; and frames options for program design and improvement
    • Technology, which builds and maintains the data infrastructure for analytics and that support decision-making by clients, service providers, and leaders across the county
    • Planning, which supports DHS and the human services network in selecting priorities based on information, including policy changes and trends; and developing plans and budgets that align with priorities
    • Quality assurance
  • Manage the office so that it delivers results, including through direct supervision and development of key staff (5 direct reports and 200 total staff) and through good communications within the office and throughout DHS.
  • Serve and support DHS’s aging, behavioral health, people with disabilities, child protective services, and community services offices and programs, so they can deliver effective services, equitably; as well as assisting the offices responsible for administration, and community engagement and equity.
  • Recommend policy and other strategic priorities; and support in implementing those priorities.
  • Serve on DHS’s leadership team and on community-oriented boards that contribute to understanding needs, strengths, and opportunities.
  • Build and sustain strong partnerships with community and civic organizations, health insurance organizations, and state, federal government officers to learn how DHS can better meet its aim of improving health and well-being through quality services, delivered fairly.
  • Work with other offices and the human services network to identify potential for greater impact, including community/state/federal-level policy changes.
  • Provide the planning and leadership to drive policy change with DHS community partners.
  • Build an office composed of staff who are highly collaborative, free to innovate, and inspired by the meaning of what they do.
  • Listen and respond to suggestions, issues, and requests by staff; community; and family members.
  • Maintain a high-level view of federal, state, and county funding and policies and work with other deputies to develop strategies for optimizing funding for DHS and community priorities.

About DHS

DHS is the largest agency in Allegheny County government, with a budget of over $1 billion. DHS serves over 200,000 people a year through services that include: Protecting children and youth from abuse and neglect and preventing future occurrences of maltreatment; improving child wellness through family support, home visiting, early intervention and in-home services; providing treatment for behavioral health issues such as substance use disorders and mental illness; managing the care of adults with intellectual disabilities; preventing unnecessary nursing home stays; and services that prevent homelessness and provide shelter and housing for families and individuals. People are drawn to working for DHS because:

  • It is innovative. Most recently, the national attention and awards we’ve gotten are for how DHS integrates data and uses them to improve the safety and well-being of children through tools that support front-line staff in making decisions (using predictive analytics).
  • DHS is diverse, but we strive to be even more inclusive.
  • It has strong, assertive leaders. We do not hire yes-people.

You can make a big impact here. We stand out as one of the best human services organizations in the country. But we need problem-solvers, innovators, and terrific leaders to make sure we are smart in how we use our funding so that we reach the people who most need our help to make lives better.

Assistant Director

Organization Overview

Allegheny County Conservation District (ACCD) is part of a national regulatory network tasked with the mission to protect, conserve, promote and improve our natural resources. ACCD is an innovative Conservation District with a diverse program portfolio including urban and rural agriculture, stewardship of and improvements to watersheds and wetlands, and state delegated regulatory enforcement of PA Chapter 102 and 105 Acts which protect soil and water.

Position Overview

ACCD is looking for an organized, approachable individual who can manage multiple tasks and effectively direct others while maintaining a positive can-do attitude. This is an opportunity for someone with proven management and operations experience to grow with the ACCD team. The Assistant Director will be the internal facing operations counterpart to the Executive Director, responsible for day-to-day staff management and will work closely with key staff to achieve the vision outlined in the strategic plan. This position reports to the Executive Director and is a significant member of the Leadership Team.

Position Responsibilities

  • Day-to-day staff and operations management.
  • Direct oversight of two staff, with additional responsibility and authority to oversee project management timelines for the Leadership Team that ensure milestones are met in a timely and accurate manner. The number of direct reports is expected to grow over time.
  • Ensure resources and staff work plans are aligned to achieve strategic vision.
  • Dynamic project management, lead teams and complex projects.
  • Assist with development and implementation of organizational policies.
  • Conduct benchmarking research at an appropriate depth and synthesize information into reports and recommendations.
  • Must be able to motivate, delegate and communicate effectively with staff.
  • Understand and monitor budgets, finances and business contracts.
  • Attend Board meetings and serve on committees relevant to organizational priorities.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Competencies and Attributes

  • Enjoy cultivating knowledge and serving as a resource for staff, providing guidance and insight on issues related to operations and achieving strategic plan priorities.
  • Confident, informed and timely decision making.
  • Ability to work independently, accurately and with attention to detail to achieve goals.
  • Strategic and critical thinking, ability to connect the dots.
  • Fair, consistent, active listener.
  • Naturally curious with an appetite for learning and integrating emergent knowledge into operations planning.
  • Good time management and ability to hold staff accountable.
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing needs and priorities.
  • Ability to connect and collaborate with diverse individuals.
  • Enjoy working with people and have a good natured tolerance for appropriate interruptions.


  • 5-7 years’ experience acting as a Direct supervision of staff and/or leading teams.
  • 5-7 years’ experience with Operations oversight (including familiarity with HR, Finance and Organizational Policy)
  • College degree or exceptional progressive professional experience in business management, nonprofit management or an environmental science field.
  • An understanding of ecological concepts is desired.
  • Demonstrable and extensive project management experience, including process improvements.
  • Exceptional organizational skills including managing multiple priorities.
  • Ability to understand budgets and team dynamics.
  • Outstanding written and verbal communications.
  • Computer literacy and ability to learn new systems quickly.

Compensation Overview

ACCD offers a competitive total compensation package including a 3% Simple IRA match, health insurance with family coverage, generous paid vacation and sick time, short and long term disability insurance and life insurance, as outlined in the ACCD Employee Manual.

ACCD is an Equal Opportunity Employer

ACCD is an EOE employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations. ACCD follows Pennsylvania’s at-will employment policy. People of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must provide references upon request and pass a background check as a condition of employment. These are two factors in determining candidacy.

To apply, please send a cover letter describing your interest along with a resume with ‘Assistant Director’ in the subject line to The position will remain open until filled.

Deputy Director

Carnegie Museum of Art creates experiences that connect people to art, ideas, and one another. We believe creativity is a defining human characteristic to which everyone should have access. CMOA collects, preserves, and presents artworks from around the world to inspire, sustain, and provoke discussion, and to engage and reflect multiple audiences.

Carnegie Museum of Art is arguably the first museum of contemporary art in the United States, collecting the “Old Masters of tomorrow” since the inception of the Carnegie International in 1896. Today, the museum is one of the most dynamic major art institutions in America. Our collection of more than 30,000 objects features a broad spectrum of visual arts, including painting and sculpture; prints and drawings; photographs; architectural casts, renderings, and models; decorative arts and design; and film, video, and digital imagery. Through our programming, exhibitions, and publications, we frequently explore the role of art and artists in confronting key social issues of our time, combining and juxtaposing local and global perspectives.  With our unique history and resources, we strive to become a leader in defining the role of art museums for the 21st century.

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is interested in candidates who, through their experience and collaborations, will contribute to diversity and excellence of the Carnegie Museums community.

A key member of the senior leadership team of Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA), the DEPUTY DIRECTOR is charged with maintaining the museum’s day-to-day business operations and advancing its strategic goals. The Deputy Director partners with the CMOA Director and others on organizational initiatives, strategic planning, and policy decisions; ensures that the museum’s strategic goals are met in creative and efficient ways; furthers the organizational mission of the museum by setting operational standards and administrative processes; and acts as liaison with Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh (CMP) finance, human resources, general counsel, facilities planning & operations, IT, development, and visitor services components. In addition to these internal business functions, the Deputy Director contributes essential leadership for institutional partnerships by guiding the successful implementation of programs and initiatives that broaden the museum’s reach, increase its audience, expand contributed and earned revenue, and advance its reputation regionally, nationally, and internationally.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in business, arts management, or a related field (MA or MBA preferred) and at least 10 years of increasingly supervisory arts administration experience; an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Experience with business administration, strategic planning, accounting and financial reporting, recruitment and human resources, and contracting is essential.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Superior problem-solving, organizational planning, and written and oral communication skills are essential as well as a tested ability to manage and motivate staff from diverse backgrounds in a team-oriented environment. Other necessary skills and abilities include analyzing complex data, managing risk, and guiding teams to make informed operational decisions; directing accounting and financial activities including budgeting, forecasting, monitoring, and reporting; fostering employee engagement and managing professional development; negotiating contracts and supervising contractors; and managing a complex organization to increasing levels of service, recognition, and support. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite; expected to gain familiarity with Asana, the museum’s project management software, Raiser’s Edge, and Financial Edge. The ability to cultivate and maintain a network of professional contacts in the arts is essential.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Work is primarily sedentary in nature; no special demands are required.


  • Works in concert with CMOA Director to ensure the effective operation of the museum in keeping with appropriate standards of quality and excellence. Leads and oversees the museum’s business support functions on a day-to-day basis. Sets operational standards, creates and maintains effective administrative processes, and ensures successful implementation. Proactively monitors trends within and across business support teams to iterate and improve workflows and communication.
  • Monitors the fiscal health of the museum and provides forecasting and adaptive management. Advises CMOA Director on the interpretation of business policy/design and resource allocation. Ensures the museum’s activities adhere to regulatory requirements as well as industrywide best practices and standards. Manages the collection and communication of data to inform business decisions, monitor performance, and achieve objectives. Provides regular and clear reporting to CMOA Director and other stakeholders on business and team performance.
  • Oversees the museum’s contracting process with regular input from legal counsel and CMOA’s senior leadership team. Prepares and negotiates contracts in support of the museum’s operations and strategic goals. Reviews contracts and related documentation for accuracy and completeness to ensure compliance with CMP policies and procedures.
  • Identifies and pursues strategic institutional partnerships in order to broaden the public reach of the museum and expand its ability to garner earned and contributed revenue. Serves as lead project manager for such initiatives and writes business plans as appropriate.
  • Assists CMOA Director and Advisory Board on strategic planning efforts and contributes substantively to the planning process. Disseminates strategic direction and goals to teams across the museum, determines tactical plans in concert with members of CMOA’s senior leadership team, and tracks museum-wide progress to goals. Advises CMOA Director on the allocation of resources necessary to achieve strategic priorities.
  • Proactively fosters an inclusive organizational culture and manages employee engagement efforts. Works closely with members of the CMOA senior leadership team and CMP business partners to identify and implement solutions to workplace challenges. Manages professional development activities for CMOA’s professional staff and advises on the allocation of related resources. Promotes teamwork and mutual respect across the organization. Leads agenda setting for all-staff meetings.
  • Serves as CMOA’s primary liaison with CMP Human Resources to oversee personnel functions, including processes and decision-making regarding hiring, selection, promotion, termination, compensation, and performance management and review.
  • Collaborates with CMP Development to align the accountabilities of CMOA fundraising activity and contributed revenue growth. Contributes to fundraising goals and strategies as well as cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities as appropriate. Ensures the timely completion of CMOA deliverables with regard to grant management and compliance. Advises the CMOA Director on the appropriate alignment of CMOA’s strategic plan, programs, and staff capacity to fundraising opportunities and goals.
  • Works closely with the CMOA Advisory Board and its committees to advance the strategic goals of the museum. Monitors Advisory Board committee goals and tracks progress to date. Collaborates with CMOA Director on preparations for quarterly Advisory Board meetings and all board-related reporting.
  • Actively cultivates contacts within the museum field, art world, and philanthropic community. Keeps abreast of relevant trends and issues in the museum field. Advises CMOA Director on such matters insofar as they are germane to institutional advancement and the museum’s strategic priorities.
  • Other duties as assigned, including but not limited to representing the CMOA Director at meetings and events, participating in CMP planning efforts, iterating and communicating internal and external policies, and managing institutional priorities and concerns as they emerge.


The following PA Act 153 clearances, or proof of application of clearances, are required beginning employment and as a condition of continued employment:

  • Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance
  • Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check
  • FBI Fingerprint Criminal Background Check
  • Obtaining the required clearances is completed as part of the new hire process.

Carnegie Museums is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minorities / Females / Veterans / Individuals with Disabilities / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity

The above job description reflects the essential functions and qualifications for the position identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the position. The job description does not constitute an employment contract and does not alter the at-will relationship between CMP and the employee.

Deputy Director

The Deputy Director will ensure the smooth day-to-day operation of the organization through oversight of program budgets and deadlines.  S/he will work closely with the Executive Director to translate organizational strategy into operational tasks.  The Deputy Director will regularly interact with managers of regional engagement efforts located in multiple offices, further the fundraising and development activity of the organization, and manage records and processes related to employees and contractors.

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Director of Administration and Operations

Since 1952, Light of Life Rescue Mission has been a safe refuge for homeless and hurting people in the Pittsburgh area. The organization is currently seeking an experienced professional as Director of Administration and Operations. Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the senior leadership team as well as the Board, will oversee all aspects of Administration and Operations. Light of Life Ministries, Inc. has an operating budget of $7.9 million, 70 dedicated employees, and a skilled Board of Directors.  It is an exciting time as Light of Life is in the midst of a Capital Campaign and relocation project.

Principle Responsibilities:

  • Assists the Executive Director in facilitating effective and strategic decision-making and acting as an advisor to the Senior Management team.
  • Will make final decisions about benefits, insurance and salary changes, as well as accounting, human relations, technology and operations in addition to managing the departmental budgets.
  • Leads the Administration and Operations staff to work in healthy, life-enhancing environment, meeting the expectations set according to Light of Life Board, GAAP, and labor and employment federal and state laws.
  • Creates processes, procedures, and routines that create efficiencies for reporting progress and clear feedback from the systems utilized by the organization.
  • Acts as a coach, mentor and teacher to other Light of Life leaders to help them produce desired outputs.


  • Bachelor’s degree or greater
  • 10 to 15 years’ related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience in several of the administrative areas and at the highest level of an organization.

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Associate Director of Prospect Development

Position Purpose:

The Associate Director of Prospect Development, as a member of the Advancement Services team in Development at Whitman College, is responsible for developing and executing prospect development strategies and managing the prospect development program and staff. In partnership with the Development team’s senior leadership, the Associate Director helps guide fundraising efforts to build a sustainable pipeline of major and planned gift donors to the College.

Principal Accountabilities:

  1. Provide overall program management of Prospect Development efforts, focused on prospect research and optimal deployment of staff in major and planned giving.
  2. Manage Prospect Development staff, presently including the Prospect Research Analyst.
  3. Build relationships with senior Development office leadership and actively communicate challenges and opportunities as they arise.
  4. Relationship Management: Working in collaboration with senior Development leadership, develop and maintain relationship management policies.
  5. Prospect Strategy/Portfolio Management: Plan and coordinate prospect strategy and portfolio management meetings with fundraisers. Help build and coordinate agendas for these meetings with senior Development leadership.
  6. Relational Database Management: Coordinate policies and procedures for recording prospect development data. Responsible for data processing with assistance from Prospect Research Analyst, administrative assistants, and students.
  7. Call Reports: Complete or oversee the tracking, review, and entry of call report information. Analyze resulting information for strategy or moves recommendations.
  8. Prospect Pool Analysis: Utilize Whitman’s database and related programs to provide detailed reporting on portfolios, prospect pools, and moves management. Perform analysis and provide recommendations to senior Development leadership.
  9. Other Data Analysis: Utilize data and business intelligence tools to provide information that informs fundraising strategy at all levels.
  10. Reporting: Work with Advancement Services to provide on-demand reporting as well as self-service reporting, such as dashboards, for fundraisers and senior Development leadership.
  11. Performance Management Metrics: In concert with senior Development leadership, maintain and refine definitions of fundraiser success and coordinate reporting accordingly.
  12. Pipeline Management: Support the maturation of the prospect development pipeline through active management with senior Development leadership team.
  13. Orient and Train Colleagues: Coordinate the training of fundraisers and related staff on the prospect management systems, policies, and procedures.
  14. Prospect Research, Identification, and Qualification: Responsible for the program and staff. Includes managing prospect screenings, determining and utilizing identifiers of a good prospect, providing profiles to fundraisers, delivering a research newsletter, completing event bios, and utilizing research tools and methodologies to identify potential prospects.
  15. Understand basic financial principals and wealth indicators. Read relevant industry publications to learn about and keep up-to-date on business trends.
  16. Project Management: Employ strong organizational and project management skills.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Bachelor’s degree required.
  2. Two or more years of experience in prospect development, including prospect management and/or prospect research, required.
  3. Satisfactory clearance of background check required.

Preferred Qualifications:

A job candidate must be able to explain and/or demonstrate that he/she possesses the knowledge, skills and abilities to safely and effectively perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation.

  1. Experience working in higher education preferred. Other non-profit experience will be considered.
  2. Supervisory experience preferred with proven success in managing, mentoring, and retaining staff.
  3. Familiarity with fundraising CRMs (examples: Millennium, Blackbaud, Advance), prospect research tools (examples: iWave, LexisNexis, DonorSearch), reporting tools (examples: Qlik, Tableau, Crystal Reports), and Microsoft Office, especially Excel. Must possess ability to learn new software applications and programs with ease.
  4. Strong written and verbal communications; strong interpersonal skills.
  5. Strong sense of professional ethics and confidentiality standards including the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement code of ethics.

Physical Demands:

Must be able to work at a computer 8 hours a day.

Work Hours:

Full-time position. Standard hours 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, M-F. Infrequent travel for conferences. Weekend/evening work required periodically for events.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Review of applications will begin February 18, 2020.

Whitman College is building a diverse academic community and welcomes nominations of and applications from women, members of historically underrepresented minority groups, persons with disabilities, and others who would bring additional dimensions to the College’s learning environment. Whitman is responsive to the needs of dual-career couples. Whitman College is an EEO employer.

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Program Director, Hello Baby Priority

This is an advanced-level professional position providing leadership and administration of programming for families of newborns in Allegheny County who have complex needs. As a member of the leadership team for the Hello Baby Priority program, the Program Director will work alongside the Healthy Start Chief Executive Officer and Allegheny County DHS staff to co-design and serve as primary program lead—ensuring that the program exemplifies the core principles of community engagement, authentic healing relationships, family and child well-being, equity and respect.  The Program Director has strong administrative skills and clinical expertise, is passionate about families and community-based services, is a creative problem solver with strong analytical skills, has a demonstrated track record of successful program and staff management, values diversity, and fosters collaborative relationships. The Project Director will manage all members of the Hello Baby Priority team, all program activities and the program budget. Social work licensure and experience with reflective supervision highly preferred.

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