Thank you for your interest in joining the PHS team. Explore our current job openings below. Jobs within the organization include administrative, gardener, or positions at PHS Meadowbrook Farm.
Manages gardening staff at Meadowbrook Farm. Coordinates and manages all garden activities (garden design, planting projects, garden renovations and garden maintenance). Manages physical plant of property including all buildings, garden structures, pools, roads, woodlands and deer fence using on-site staff and 3rd party contractors. Develops and manages budgets for both gardening and physical plant needs. Partners with other PHS staff to plan and execute programming on-site. Participates in the development of short and long-term strategic planning.
The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) owns our brand, internal and external communications, marketing and sales for programs and events, audience research and development, and customer experience. The CMO is directly responsible for $7-7.5m in Flower Show sales and shares responsibility with other leaders across the organization for all revenue and other inbound resources (e.g., volunteers, in-kind services, strategic partnerships, etc.). The CMO plays a leadership role in identifying, planning, and executing revenue and audience growth opportunities. This includes expanding our reach to multicultural audiences, planning the growth of programs, and planning new events and activities.
The CMO is a central leader, reports to the President, serves on the Executive Team, interacts regularly with the Board, collaborates with staff across the organization, and serves as a principal external spokesperson. PHS is in an accelerated time of innovation and growth. The CMO must be a change leader who links the brand more closely to impact; expands the support base; unifies the organization around a common audience; and builds a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive PHS.
The CMO must ensure that PHS maintains great relationships with external audiences, including members, donors, customers, businesses, non-profits, foundations, and governments.
The Development Services Officer provides leadership to PHS’s Development Services team and collaborates with staff from across the organization to develop strategies for servicing PHS constituents and managing data throughout the PHS universe. This position serves as primary decision-maker of where and how constituent data is recorded at PHS and is responsible for all database administration including data entry standards, data integrity, coding structures and implementation. In addition, the Officer contributes to positive constituent relations through professional, friendly and responsive telephone, web and face-to-face interactions with all PHS constituents.
The Human Resources internship is an opportunity for the student to gain professional skills and experiences within Human Resources. The internship position is a combination of in-class theory and on-the-job training.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) seeks a part-time SPRING intern to work closely with the Communications Manager. The internship will run from January – May 2021. The intern must be available 24 hours a week. This position will receive a stipend. College credit is also available. Ability to work remotely and in office, as required.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) plays an essential role in the vitality of the Philadelphia region by creating healthier living environments, increasing access to fresh food, growing economic opportunity, and building deeper social connections between people. PHS Healthy Neighborhoods team delivers this impact through comprehensive greening and engagement initiatives in more than 250 neighborhoods. Together with community partners, PHS carefully designs projects that build on neighborhood strengths and aspirations to use greening to improve the environment, health and quality of life in their communities. The Philadelphia LandCare program is an internationally recognized model for addressing vacant land in post-industrial cities through its innovative “Clean and Green” treatment and maintenance system. PHS is currently seeking a dynamic, talented, and extremely motivated Field Specialist, with growth potential to help with supervising, directing, and monitoring landscape construction activities on assigned projects in accordance with schedules, budgets, drawings, and specifications, while maintaining the highest-level quality of work.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) plays an essential role in the vitality of the Philadelphia region by creating healthier living environments, increasing access to fresh food, growing economic opportunity, and building deeper social connections between people. PHS Healthy Neighborhoods team delivers this impact through comprehensive greening and engagement initiatives in more than 250 neighborhoods. Together with community partners, PHS carefully designs projects that build on neighborhood strengths and aspirations to use greening to improve the environment, health, and quality of life in their communities. To increase a healthy, diverse, and resilient tree canopy in southeastern Pennsylvania, PHS educates residents on tree care and facilitates volunteer tree planting and stewardship. PHS also connects partner organizations with funding and support needed to increase tree cover in riparian habitats across the region. The Trees Specialist will build capacity for the Trees Team through centralized data management, systems improvements, operational support, and outreach efforts to prioritize equity in our tree planting activities.