Project Coordinator (Hybrid), Rebuilding Together

Posted by Rebuilding Together Philadelphia on November 22, 2022

ABOUT REBUILDING TOGETHER PHILADELPHIA: Rebuilding Together Philadelphia (RTP) is a non-profit that revitalizes communities by transforming vulnerable houses into safe, healthy and energy-efficient homes. Each year, RTP and 1,000 volunteers provide free safe and healthy home repairs for 125+ homeowners in Philadelphia. RTP embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team with a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.

OVERVIEW OF POSITION: The Project Coordinator will support Rebuilding Together Philadelphia’s (RTP) mission through volunteer engagement and administrative support. This is a non-exempt position.



  • Lead hospitality function (volunteer support, registration, meal planning, etc.) during rebuilding days.
  • Manage logistics for the annual Volunteer Appreciation party.
  • Maintain and update volunteer component of Salesforce database.
  • Answer main telephone and direct calls.
  • Coordinate volunteer surveys and present an analysis of the data once annually to the Board of Directors.


  • Print and mail donor thank you letters and smaller donor appeals.
  • Deposit checks and record gifts in Salesforce.
  • Manage online giving platforms and ensure that gifts are recorded and acknowledged.
  • Enter new contracts and grants into Salesforce database.
  • Oversee logistics for annual Run to Rebuild (monthly committee meetings, race registrations, permits, ordering collaterals, and day-of coordination).
  • Provide courteous and informed interactions with volunteer, homeowner and donor inquiries

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