Employment Opportunities

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

Associate Secretary for Advancement and Relationship

Position Summary: The Associate Secretary for Advancement & Relationship is a senior management position reporting to the General Secretary. The Advancement and Relationship team supports the organization’s relationship with the meetings and Friends within the yearly meeting, the communications with those constituents and with the public and fundraising. The Associate Secretary is responsible for managing the team in a collaborative manner, for cultivating relationships with individuals and major donors and for ensuring income from individuals, meetings and grants meets the organization’s goals and needs.

Executive Assistant

Position Summary: The Executive Assistant supports the effectiveness of the General Secretary by proactively coordinating and prioritizing activity, ensuring topics of importance are attended to in an organized and efficient manner, coordinating projects and proactively identifying other areas in which s/he can provide further assistance to the General Secretary. The Executive Assistant handles a wide variety of situations involving the clerical and administrative functions of the General Secretary’s office and is responsible for confidential and time sensitive material.

On-Call Childcare Assistants

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (PYM) seeks On-Call Childcare Assistants to provide childcare during Meetings and PYM events for our youngest friends.

Opportunities for Mental Health Professionals

The Friends Counseling Service of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting is currently seeking qualified mental health practitioners to join our staff.

Youth Program Facilitator – Children and Families

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.

Quaker Organizations

First Day School Teacher

Frankford Monthly Meeting seeks one or more experienced First Day School teachers to implement spiritual programming on First Days. We welcome our teachers’ gifts and interests as they build a curriculum using these touchstones…

Communications & Outreach Coordinator – Friends Peace Teams

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.