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Executive Coordinator

Office of the President

The Executive Coordinator, Office of the President & Secretary serves as a key member of the President’s team and is responsible for supporting the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the activities of the President’s Office to fulfill the mission and vision of The Urban League of Philadelphia (ULP). This position undertakes and supports a broad range of critical activities for the Office of the President and the Board of Trustees while working closely with the Senior Staff, in helping the organization focus on and achieve its goals. This includes ensuring that the Board of Trustees and Executive Committees have the proper resources and materials for discharging its duties effectively, its actions are appropriately recorded and documented, as well as assisting the CEO in maintaining effective board relations. The Executive Coordinator is instrumental in documenting official meeting minutes from the respective meetings. This position is visible to the entire organization community, coordinate front-desk activities and interacts on a daily basis with internal and external stakeholders and constituencies and Senior Leadership.

Career Development Specialist

Office of Workforce Development

A Career Development Specialist is responsible for helping individuals identify and achieve their career goals. They provide guidance, support, and resources to assist clients in making informed career decisions, building job-search skills, and advancing in their chosen field. The Career Development Specialist, with a focus on data and analyzation, is responsible for providing critical support to the Workforce Program Manager and Workforce Employer Engagement Manager. This role involves data collection, analysis, and reporting to enhance the effectiveness of workforce development programs and employer engagement efforts. The specialist will work collaboratively with the program and employer engagement teams to improve strategies and outcomes.

Workforce Engagement Manager

Office of Workforce Development

The Workforce Development Engagement Manager is responsible for fostering partnerships, building relationships, and enhancing engagement with external organizations, stakeholders, and program participants to support the success of workforce development initiatives. This role involves collaborating with diverse stakeholders and communities to align and expand workforce development opportunities.



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