Thank you for your interest in employment with Keystone Opportunity Center. Below are the jobs we have open. Instructions on how to apply are included in each posting.
Director of Fundraising
Keystone Opportunity Center, a social service agency fighting poverty by reducing barriers to food, housing and education, is seeking a key team member: Director of Fundraising. The person in this position will provide leadership in all areas of development to promote the mission and services of Keystone Opportunity Center to current and potential donors and the community at large.
S/he will create and execute plans for direct mail appeals, foundation grants, corporate giving, special events and major gifts, grow relationships with donors and foundations, and oversee use of Donor Perfect and other methods of donor recognition.
Candidate must embrace the mission of Keystone Opportunity Center, have strong interpersonal and writing skills, and have experience in the suite of fundraising techniques, as well as experience in communications.
The Director reports to and works closely with the Executive Director.
If you are unfamiliar with Souderton, it’s a beautiful town with a great deal of community spirit located 30-40 minutes from Allentown or Philadelphia.
This is a part-time Receptionist position for busy social service lobby. In a cross cultural environment, the successful candidate will answer the phone, greet people, provide information about programs, and complete a variety of administrative tasks. Duties include greeting callers and visitors in a professional and caring manner; providing program information, intake forms, surveys, or making referrals to the appropriate program staff; receiving rent payments, general donations and in-kind donations; and other administrative tasks as assigned.
Typical schedule is 17 hours per week. Wed & Thu 9am -4pm, and Fri 9am to 12 pm with ability to cover on Mon & Tues 9am to 4pm (as needed).
High School Equivalency (HSE) instructor needed for the remainder of the program year 2017-2018 in a Pennsylvania Department of Education Adult and Basic Literacy Education funded program. Will provide instruction to students that have expressed the goal of attaining a high school equivalency (GED or HiSET). This is a paid position for 18 weeks of instruction, beginning January through June. 5 hours of instruction per week and 2 hours of paid preparation time per week. Tuesday/Thursday evening class from 6-8:30 pm.
We’re looking for an ambitious college student who wants to gain experience in areas such as communications, public relations, social media, event creation, and relationship building.
Your unpaid college internship will allow you to work with the Executive Director and liaise with other department heads to help develop plans, execute projects and track participants. Activities could include designing social media posts, building lists, creating bulk emails, researching issues related to poverty, writing newsletters, identifying potential partners, capturing marketing statistics, staffing events and more.