Careers at the Chamber

Grow your career while supporting the economic growth of our region

The Chamber provides all the benefits of working for a mid-size business combined with the values and mission focus of a nonprofit. As part of a leading organization in the region’s business community, team members have access to a wide array of resources, connections and opportunities throughout their career with the Chamber. With 85+ employees, the Chamber is right-sized for new team members to have the support of their talented colleagues, opportunities to lead and room for personal and professional growth.

Culture Goals

We seek to foster a workplace where team members are encouraged to be themselves and everyone’s behaviors demonstrate fairness, respect, trust, inclusiveness and teamwork along with the following characteristics:

development

DEVELOPMENT

We help individuals reach their full potential by investing back in employees. There is a commitment to learning, coaching and development.

performance

PERFORMANCE

Our rewards, development and other talent-management practices are in sync with the underlying drivers of performance.

collaboration

COLLABORATION

We recognize that the exchange and sharing of ideas among individuals and teams results in our best work and requires being open to new ways of thought, teamwork and productive debate.

innovation

INNOVATION

We inspire each other to push the envelope in terms of new ways of thinking.

morale

MORALE

We encourage our team members to be themselves. Our employees value their positions and desire to work here for a long time. Productivity is high and colleague gatherings are enjoyable and rewarding.

adaptability

ADAPTABILITY

We seek out, recognize and seize good opportunities and look for ways to grow the Chamber.

ownership

OWNERSHIP

Our team members take personal responsibility for our overall business performance. They strive to do the right thing for the Chamber, putting aside issues of personality or territory.

Benefits Package

The Chamber offers a competitive benefits package designed to provide flexibility and support for team members throughout their career with the Chamber:

  • Health Insurance – The Chamber provides substantial support of employee health care costs, including partial coverage of comprehensive health, prescription and vision plans covered under Independence Blue Cross and dental coverage from United Concordia.
  • Paid Time Off & Holidays – The Chamber offers paid time off in the form of separate banks of vacation, sick and personal time, along with 9 paid holidays during the calendar year.
  • Retirement Plan – The Chamber offers a 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with company matching after one year of service.
  • Other Benefits – The Chamber also provides Parental and Bereavement Leave, Life Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability and access to a Flexible Spending Plan, among other benefits. Candidates who are moved through our hiring process will receive a comprehensive overview of the Chamber’s full benefits package.

Job Postings

We’re looking to add dynamic new team members to bring new ideas, experience and energy to our organization.

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia (The Chamber) brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business. The Chamber’s Councils support our mission by engaging new constituencies and addressing specific areas of growth for the region.

We are currently seeking an Executive Director of our Arts + Business Council (ABC). ABC’s mission is to catalyze a creative advantage for the region by advancing a new framework to innovate and connecting business and creative communities in programs that foster immersive exchange.

ABC’s current program of work includes:

  • Targeted leadership development programs (Business on Board, Designing Leadership and CreativeXchange)
  • A thought leadership series (Defining Innovation Global Speaker Series)
  • A volunteer network providing pro bono legal and business services to the creative economy
  • An annual celebration of the creative economy in Greater Philadelphia

More information about the Arts + Business Council can be found at artsbusinessphl.org

ABC’s Executive Director reports to the Chamber’s Chief Operating Officer and is a member of the Chamber’s Management Team.

The Executive Director is responsible for the strategy, programs and administration of ABC. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position also manages an Advisory Board. ABC is supported by shared services of the Chamber including programs and events, finance and accounting, human resources, information technology, graphic design and office services.


Essential duties and responsibilities:
  1. Financial Performance and Viability: Develops resources sufficient to ensure ABC’s financial health, with an eye toward growing the organization’s impact.
    1. Submits to the Chamber a proposed annual budget and is responsible for fiscal management ensuring that the business unit operates within the approved budget.
    2. Responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support ABC’s mission. Revenues including corporate sponsorship, foundation support, government support, in-kind contributions and earned income from program fees and events tickets. Develops a revenue generation strategy, and manages and leads outreach to donors and sponsors. Coordinates fundraising with Chamber management and utilizes ABC Advisory Board Members, staff and other volunteers to conduct in-person, telephonic and electronic outreach for revenue generation as appropriate.
  2. Organization Mission, Strategy and Execution: Works with the Chamber, the ABC Advisory Board, and ABC staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through high quality programs and events and community outreach.
    1. Responsible for the development and implementation of ABC’s programs and events supported by the programs and events staff of the Chamber
    2. Provides weekly updates to and works closely with the Chamber management team, seeking to align ABC’s work with that of the Chamber and to increase the overall visibility of ABC.
    3. Responsible for strategic planning to ensure that ABC can successfully fulfill its mission into the future.
    4. Serves as ABC’s primary spokesperson to constituents and the general public. Responsible for the enhancement of ABC’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with arts and culture and other civic organizations.
    5. Oversees ABC’s marketing and other communications efforts.
    6. Responsible for the recruiting, supervision and retention of competent, qualified staff. Provides leadership to maintain a culture demonstrating fairness, respect, trust, inclusiveness and teamwork.
  3. Board Engagement: Works with the Advisory Board comprised of investors and representatives of the creative economy to fulfill the organization’s mission.
    1. Responsible for communicating effectively with the Advisory Board in a timely and accurate manner and engaging them and their organizations in ABC’s work.
  4. Other duties as assigned.
Required experience and education:
  • A bachelor’s degree
  • Transparent and high integrity leadership
  • Ten or more years senior nonprofit management experience, with a preference for experience in association management and/or arts and culture.
  • Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation
  • Outstanding communication skills with a demonstrated ability to convey orally and in writing a vision of ABC’s mission to staff, board, volunteers, sponsors and donors
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations and the ability to interface and engage diverse sponsor and donor groups
  • Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff
Working at the Chamber:

The Chamber provides all the benefits of working for a mid-size business combined with the values and mission focus of a nonprofit. As part of a leading organization in the region’s business community, team members have access to a wide array of resources, connections and opportunities throughout their career with the Chamber. The Chamber offers its employees a dynamic, fast-paced environment with competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.

Work Conditions/Physical Demands:

The Executive Director of the Arts + Business Council works in a typical office environment. On a standard workday, time is spent sitting at a desk or conference table, using the computer and interacting with colleagues in internal meetings. However, on a regular basis, this role will be required to attend events and outside meetings with prospective and current constituents. These meetings/events may take place outside of regular business hours and outside of center city Philadelphia.

Application instructions:

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and the names/contact info of three professional references to upload with the application. Applications that fail to fulfill this requirement will not be considered.

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia (The Chamber) brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. Our members represent eleven counties, three states, and roughly 600,000 employees from thousands of member companies and organizations.

We advocate for regional development, business-friendly public policies, and economic prosperity. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. And all that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.

We are currently seeking a Manager in our Civic Affairs Business Unit. The Chamber’s Civic Affairs Business Unit brings together Chamber members, civic organizations and neighborhood-based businesses and groups around a shared agenda of growth and prosperity citywide. Staff monitors local legislation that may have an impact on our membership. We work together to formulate positions and craft measures that will benefit our members and improve the region’s business climate.


Primary Position Purpose

The Manager, Civic Affairs will manage the daily engagement with the steering committee and general membership of the Roadmap for Growth Action Team. The Roadmap for Growth Action Team engages 160 Chamber members in a multifaceted approach to community engagement with the goal of improving the economic and civic lives of every Philadelphian.  The Manager is involved in all aspects of the planning and execution of Civic Affairs programming and its emerging public policy agenda.  The Manager reports to the Vice President, Civic Affairs.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
  • Work with the Vice President, Civic Affairs in developing the annual engagement strategy and execution of the Roadmap for Growth Action team, including identifying relevant partners and members to achieve measurable outcomes as determined in collaboration with the Roadmap Steering Committee and Chamber leadership.
  • Manage the Roadmap for Growth Steering Committee, communicating with committee members and co-chairs, setting and executing committee meetings.
  • Work with Programs & Events and other Chamber teams in creating and setting program agenda for Civic Affairs programming and workshops and content throughout the year, including an annual conference, three neighborhood-based issues forums and relevant workshops.
  • Work with Vice President, Civic Affairs, and leadership of Member Engagement team in targeting and securing sponsorships for Civic Affairs programming.
  • Engage the Kenney Administration and City Council through Civic Affairs with a broad civic-based coalition to achieve actual results via a shared agenda that fosters growth and prosperity citywide.
  • Assist in the development of the Chamber’s local public policy agenda, as it relates to the Roadmap for Growth Action Team.
  • Work with Programs & Events and Member Engagement teams and the Civic Affairs business unit team to help coordinate annual City Council reception, Mayor’s Cabinet reception, annual Mayor’s Luncheon, and other Civic Affairs programming.
  • Work with the VP, Civic Affairs to help shape a Roadmap for Growth Action Team
  • Assist in the writing and editing of the Chamber’s Weekly Report from City Hall and Harrisburg.
  • Utilize own network to generate business leads for Chamber’s Member Engagement & Sales teams.
Job Specifications & Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 3-5 years of experience, either in local government, with a non-profit organization, or a neighborhood-based civic or business organization.
  • Knowledge of Philadelphia and its various constituencies is a plus.
  • Knowledge of the city’s public and political infrastructure is a plus.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the region’s business, civic, community and academic leaders.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects; flexibility to adjust to changing priorities.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Exceptional interpersonal abilities; professional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Self-motivated; Strong work ethic; approaches work with a sense of purpose and urgency.
  • A collaborative spirit.
Working at the Chamber:

The Chamber provides all the benefits of working for a mid-size business combined with the values and mission focus of a nonprofit. As part of a leading organization in the region’s business community, team members have access to a wide array of resources, connections and opportunities throughout their career with the Chamber. With 85+ employees, the Chamber is right-sized for new team members to have the support of their talented colleagues, opportunities to lead and room for personal and professional growth. The Chamber offers its employees a dynamic, fast-paced environment with competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.

Work Conditions/Physical Demands

The Manager, Civic Affairs works in a typical office environment. On a standard workday, the majority of time is spent sitting at a desk, using the computer and interacting with colleagues in internal meetings. However, this role will often be required to attend Chamber events or related outside meetings. These meetings/events may take place outside of regular business hours and outside of center city Philadelphia.

Application Instructions

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and the names/contact info of three professional references. Applications that fail to fulfill this requirement will not be considered.

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia (The Chamber) brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. Our members represent eleven counties, three states, and roughly 600,000 employees from thousands of member companies and organizations.

We advocate for regional development, business-friendly public policies, and economic prosperity. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. And all that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.

We are currently seeking a Payroll Specialist as part of our 4-person Finance team. The position will report to the Director of Finance. The position will also assist the Controller and will serve as a backup for the Accounting Coordinator in the department.


Primary Position Purpose:

The Payroll Specialist is a critical part of the Chamber team; this individual will perform the full-cycle payroll function, along with some accounting and human resources duties, and will serve as an internal resource to colleagues.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Main contact and point person for ADP: responsible for the set-up, function and utilization of ADP web-based system including contract pricing and billing issues; responsible for the research, set up and implementation of new and current regulations and taxation grids for earnings and deduction codes in ADP.
  • Prepare semi-monthly payroll for the Chamber and several of its affiliates.
  • Monitor federal, state, and local payroll and unemployment taxes; track and report wage garnishment and levy’s, to maintain compliance; Integrate data from external sites (time management, Health benefits and Transportation benefits) into ADP for accurate payroll deductions.
  • Maintain neat and orderly payroll files and run reports from ADP for Finance and HR Director.
  • Administrator for Transit Check program, Sporting Club, WageWorks (FSA), United Way, My Benefits Advisor (health and dental) including updating various websites, reconciling bills and submitting check requests.
  • Administer the following Chamber programs: 401k, COBRA and Time Management.
  • Coordinate annual Workman’s Comp Audit with Insurance company and annual 401k audit with Chamber auditors.
  • Plan orientations for new colleagues; perform orientation for payroll and benefits; order new hire materials including business cards, workstation inserts and magnetic name badges.
  • Compile and supply exit benefit information for terminating employees.
  • Process Annual 1099’s for the Chamber and Affiliates.
  • Reconcile monthly trial balance of payroll withholding and benefit accounts.
  • Light Accounting duties including reconciling and invoicing monthly intercompany expenses and processing cash receipts and Accounts Payable for some of the Chamber’s small affiliates.
  • Other responsibilities including administering the Foundation’s scholarship program, maintaining W9 requests, handling petty cash requests, and managing the Chamber’s document storage.
  • Maintain payroll and human resources files.
  • Serve as backup for processing daily membership checks and assisting the Controller, Director of Finance and Director of Human Resources with general administrative tasks and special projects as requested.
Job Specifications & Requirements:
  • A minimum of three years of experience in a payroll function, preferably utilizing the ADP payroll platform
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business, or related field
  • Experience interacting with all levels of staff and earning trust and confidence
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and success managing multiple priorities, projects, and deadlines in a team environment
  • Strong attention to detail and the ability to perform duties with accuracy and with a high degree of professionalism, integrity and confidentiality
  • Ability to communicate clearly and professionally, both verbally and in writing
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic; approaches work with a sense of purpose and urgency
  • PC skills and proficiency with database management systems and Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Knowledge of the Federal, state and local payroll tax rules and regulations
  • A collaborative spirit
Working at the Chamber:

The Chamber provides all the benefits of working for a mid-size business combined with the values and mission focus of a nonprofit. As part of a leading organization in the region’s business community, team members have access to a wide array of resources, connections and opportunities throughout their career with the Chamber. With 85+ employees, the Chamber is right-sized for new team members to have the support of their talented colleagues, opportunities to lead and room for personal and professional growth. The Chamber offers its employees a dynamic, fast-paced environment with competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.

Work Conditions/Physical Demands:

The Payroll Specialist works in a typical office environment. On a standard workday, the majority of time is spent sitting at a desk, using the computer and interacting with colleagues in internal meetings. However, occasionally this role will be required to attend Chamber events or related outside meetings. These meetings/events may take place outside of regular business hours and outside of center city Philadelphia.

Application Instructions

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and the names/contact info of three professional references. Applications that fail to fulfill this requirement will not be considered.

The Chamber brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.

The Programs & Events (P&E) Department of the Chamber produces over 150 programs and events annually for various segments of the Greater Philadelphia business community. The department has an associate position open and is seeking a highly organized, detail-oriented person to execute programs geared to the work of the Healthcare Action Team (HCAT), in addition to supporting the P&E team with developing quality program content for advocacy workshops and development forums.


Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Deliver quality programs while ensuring mutual objectives are achieved for internal parties and external members, sponsors and partners.
  • Ensure that programs and projects run on track, on time and on budget by working collaboratively with business units across the Chamber.
  • Contribute to the overall success of the Programs & Event team by securing quality speakers, hitting revenue goals, securing trades, maintaining expenses and identifying appropriate venues.
  • Play an active role in the cross-functional HCAT team by servicing internal and external stakeholders, aligning programs with the work of action team and engaging in committee meetings.
  • Lead and advance the brainstorm process, identify potential sponsor targets, conduct content research, and analyze topics and speaker.
  • Maintain relationship with assigned program sponsors and partners by keeping track of benefits and deliverables.
  • Develop timelines, agendas and volunteer assignments.
  • Monitor registration, track attendee demographics, identify target audiences and form potential partnerships amongst regional associations to help promote programs.
  • Create marketing plans and work with Marketing department to create invitations and email/web promotion.
  • Ensure a successful experience for program participants from both the presenter and audience perspective.
  • Perform ongoing evaluation and development of programs.
Job Specifications & Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree with 1-2 years of relevant work experience
  • Strong research skills and knowledge of Greater Philadelphia region a plus
  • Detail-oriented, possessing the ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize
    responsibilities
  • Strategic thinker and negotiator who is creative and innovative
  • A self-starter who is able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to complete projects in a timely manner
  • Computer proficiencies in Windows, MS Office – including Word, Access, Excel and Outlook
Benefits:

The Chamber provides all the benefits of working for a mid-size business combined with the values and mission focus of a nonprofit. As part of a leading organization in the region’s business community, team members have access to a wide array of resources, connections, and opportunities throughout their career with the Chamber. With 85+ employees, the Chamber is right-sized for new team members to have the support of their talented colleagues, opportunities to lead, and room for personal and professional growth. The Chamber offers its employees a dynamic, fast-paced environment with competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.

Work Conditions/Physical Demands:

On a standard workday, the majority of time is spent sitting at a desk, using the computer and interacting with colleagues in internal meetings. However, on a regular basis, the Programs Associate will be required to attend Chamber events or related outside meetings. These meetings/events may take place outside of regular business hours and outside of center city Philadelphia.

Application Instructions

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and the names/contact info of three professional references. Applications that fail to fulfill this requirement will not be considered.

The Chamber’s CEO Council for Growth is seeking an experienced, motivated and creative professional to support the implementation of a three-year pilot program, the Precision Medicine Initiative. Potential candidates must respond to the RFP linked below detailing their professional background and approach to the launch and operationalization of the pilot, including project requirements and budget. Proposals are due September 12, 2018.

The Chamber brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.


Primary Position Purpose

As a member of the Chamber’s Marketing & Creative Services team, reporting to the Senior Marketing Coordinator, the Marketing Associate executes and develops compelling marketing campaigns to support the mission, promotion, and development of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia and its discrete business units and Councils.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
  • Act as the marketing lead on the following:
  • Marketing leads provide the following support:
    • Marketing plan creation and execution in collaboration with other colleagues working on each initiative or program
    • Work closely with the Chamber’s Programs & Events colleagues to coordinate the production of promotional and day-of materials with the in-house design team
    • Copywriting for event materials, brochures, reports, digital materials (website, social media, newsletter), advertising, speaking remarks, and other materials as assigned
    • HTML email and promo kit creation
    • Support the regular development and implementation of content for social media
  • The Marketing Associate will also:
    • Coordinate the production of the monthly printed events calendar and digital business development calendar
    • Coordinate the production of the monthly HR roundup email
    • Update website content for the Chamber and its Councils including reviewing member portal content for approval
    • Support content development for the monthly newsletter o Provide additional support to marketing efforts, programs, events, and other Chamber initiatives as needed
Job Specifications
  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of one year working in a marketing role or equivalent time spent in marketing internships
  • Superb understanding of the mechanics of writing; an expert editor with experience writing web and advertising copy
  • Experience developing social media content for a business or nonprofit and managing this content through a scheduling platform such as Buffer or Hootsuite
  • Experience using WordPress or a similar website content management platform
  • Proficiencies in MS Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel
Working Style
  • Client-focused with a collaborative approach to developing content
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize responsibilities
  • Strategic thinker with an innate curiosity
  • A self-starter who is able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Organizational ability and attention to detail
  • Diligence in meeting deadlines and ability to work independently and under pressure
Benefits

The Chamber provides all the benefits of working for a mid-size business combined with the values and mission focus of a nonprofit. As part of a leading organization in the region’s business community, team members have access to a wide array of resources, connections, and opportunities throughout their career with the Chamber. With 85+ employees, the Chamber is right-sized for new team members to have the support of their talented colleagues, opportunities to lead, and room for personal and professional growth. The Chamber offers its employees a dynamic, fast-paced environment with competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.

Work Conditions

On a standard workday, the majority of time is spent sitting at a desk, using the computer and interacting with colleagues in internal meetings. However, on a regular basis, the Marketing Associate will be required to attend Chamber events or related outside meetings. These meetings/events may take place outside of regular business hours and outside of center city Philadelphia.

Application Instructions

With your application, please upload one document containing:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three tweets that would be appropriate for the Chamber twitter account: twitter.com/ChamberPHL
  • A fictitious event posting suitable for a business audience focusing on one of the following topics: Digital Marketing, Health Care Innovation, Technology or Networking. Copy should not exceed 100 words.
The Chamber brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business.


Primary Position Purpose

The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the liaison with the media, functioning as a spokesperson for the Chamber, drafting all written press materials, and executing the Chamber’s Strategic Communications Plan. In addition, the position serves as the marketing lead for Select Greater Philadelphia Council, the economic development marketing arm of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Media Affairs
The primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Drafting and distribution of media advisories, press releases, opinion editorials, and letters to the editor
  • Serving as the primary contact for all media inquiries, working with The Chamber’s internal team to draft appropriate responses
  • Executing upon a strategic communications plan for earned media
  • Drafting the Chamber’s Board of Director’s meeting minutes
  • Attend and act as media liaison at Chamber programs and events

Select Greater Philadelphia Marketing:
The primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Editor and writer of the monthly newsletter Momentum
  • Editor and writer of the bimonthly Investor and Partner Update
  • Management of Select’s website to include strategic planning, updates, and tracking of metrics
  • Coordination of social media
  • Assist with the research and drafting of various reports and/or marketing materials
  • Complete other duties and projects as assigned
Job Specifications
  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of one year working in a marketing or media affairs role or equivalent time spent in relevant internships
  • Superb understanding of the mechanics of writing; an expert editor with experience writing web and advertising copy
  • Experience developing social media content for a business or nonprofit and managing this content through a scheduling platform such as Buffer or Hootsuite
  • Experience using WordPress or a similar website content management platform
  • Proficiencies in MS Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel
Working Style
  • Client-focused with a collaborative approach to developing content
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written) with a professional presence and an outgoing and engaging personality
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize responsibilities
  • Strategic thinker with an innate curiosity
  • A self-starter who is able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Organizational ability and attention to detail
  • Diligence in meeting deadlines and ability to work independently and under pressure
Benefits

The Chamber provides all the benefits of working for a mid-size business combined with the values and mission focus of a nonprofit. As part of a leading organization in the region’s business community, team members have access to a wide array of resources, connections, and opportunities throughout their career with the Chamber. With 85+ employees, the Chamber is right-sized for new team members to have the support of their talented colleagues, opportunities to lead, and room for personal and professional growth. The Chamber offers its employees a dynamic, fast-paced environment with competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.

Work Conditions

On a standard workday, the majority of time is spent sitting at a desk, using the computer and interacting with colleagues in internal meetings. However, on a regular basis, the Marketing and Media Affairs Associate will be required to attend Chamber events or related outside meetings. These meetings/events may take place outside of regular business hours and outside of center city Philadelphia.

Application Instructions

With your application, please upload one document containing:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three tweets that would be appropriate for Select Greater Philadelphia’s twitter account: twitter.com/SelectPHL
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