Philadelphia Yearly Meeting is dedicated to the principle of equal employment opportunity as a matter of conviction. Philadelphia Yearly Meeting employs a small staff of full time and part time professionals. Openings occur from time to time. Please check back regularly for future opportunities.
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
Event and Rental Coordinator manages and executes rentals of the Arch Street Meeting House (ASMH) and serves as a key contact for all building users including Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (PYM) and ASMH committees.
The Office Administrator has responsibility for keeping administrative processes and the mechanics of the PYM office running smoothly, developing and managing routines and responding to admin needs as they arise.
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (PYM) seeks On-Call Childcare Assistants to provide childcare during Meetings and PYM events for our youngest friends.
The Friends Counseling Service of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting is currently seeking qualified mental health practitioners to join our staff.
The Youth Engagement Coordinator plays a leadership role in framing, articulating and championing a vision for families, children, and youth in our yearly meeting community that inspires, connects and strengthens
The Children and Families Program Facilitator is responsible for creating space for experiencing the movement of Spirit within and among the community of k-5th graders. The Facilitator stewards the sense of community and meaningful relationships among Quaker children, their parents and their families.
The Middle School Friends Program Facilitator is responsible for creating space for experiencing the movement of Spirit within and among the community of 6-8th graders. The Facilitator stewards the sense of community and meaningful relationships among middle school age Quakers, their parents and their families.
Friends Peace Teams is seeking a Communications & Outreach Coordinator to help us take the passion we have for the work of global peacebuilding and share it with our communities in the United States and throughout the world through the spoken and written word. Peacebuilding is a personal and communal process. We need your help in proactively managing our external and internal communications and outreach to create an even stronger network of Friends concerned for peace.