Generocity Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce | Engagement, Community and Culture Coordinator

The Chamber brings together area businesses and municipal leaders to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical and inspiring programs, resources and events. Everything we do serves a clear and bold purpose: making Greater Philadelphia a great place for bargains.

The Chamber’s Community and Culture Department aims to ensure that Philadelphia provides an excellent quality of life, through arts and culture, health and livability, and opportunities for young professionals. the Mobilization Coordinator plays a vital role within the Community and Culture business unit and is responsible for the success of the Chamber’s Young Professionals Council. The ideal candidate is comfortable networking with individuals, going beyond email to connect with members, yet also able to diligently maintain data and contact details for member engagement with our programs.

Core Duties and Responsibilities

Young Professionals Council

  • Responsible for the success of YPC programming: manage an internal cross-functional team of Chamber colleagues to design in-person events and virtual professional development sessions
  • Consult/collaborate with YPC board members to ensure a good fit in programming and ensure good attendance.
  • Oversee relations with the YPC Advisory Board: convene an annual retreat, serve as a liaison between the YPC and the Chamber, consult on appointments to the YPC Advisory Board
  • Oversee monthly billing/termination of YPC memberships and maintain membership records.
  • Oversee YPC membership growth through new membership sales, group package purchases and engagement strategies
  • Act as a liaison between the Member Engagement Department and YPC to help increase Chamber member participation on the Young Professionals Council (this includes presentations at Chamber member companies as well as outreach activities and follow-up); occasionally attend member engagement meetings to cross-promote opportunities

Pay it forward

  • Manage the Pay it Forward program. This includes designing the program, creating matches between mentors and mentees, promoting the program to Chamber members and YPC members.
  • Collaborate with the Marketing and Creative Services department to ensure appropriate safeguards for YPC and Pay it Forward

Overall Community and Culture Engagement

  • Collaborate with the Community and Culture department to develop an engagement strategy for the department’s events, including promoting events and programs to specific targets
  • Build relationships with organizations and businesses that can serve as partners for cross-promotion

Job specifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with 4 to 6 years of relevant work experience
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills; professional written and verbal communication skills
  • Comfort and genuine enthusiasm for building relationships with businesses to sell memberships and sponsorships
  • Excellent tracking/follow-up skills
  • Autonomous, able to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Computer skills in Windows, MS Office including Word, Access, Excel and Outlook
  • Strong work ethic; approaches work with a sense of purpose and urgency
  • A collaborative spirit


The Chamber offers all the advantages of working for a medium-sized company combined with the values ​​and mission of a non-profit organization. As members of a leading organization in the business community in the region, team members have access to a wide range of resources, relationships and opportunities throughout their careers with bedroom. With over 50 employees, the Chamber is the right size for new team members to have the support of talented colleagues, leadership opportunities and room for personal and professional growth. The Chamber offers its employees a dynamic and fast-paced environment with competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Learn more about room culture and its benefits.

Working conditions

The Chamber is currently working in a hybrid work environment that allows for flexible work hours. In offices, this person will work in a typical office environment. During a normal working day, the majority of time is spent sitting at a desk, using the computer and talking on the phone. However, at times this role will be required to attend Chamber events or related external meetings/events on behalf of the Chamber. These meetings/events may take place outside of regular business hours and outside of downtown Philadelphia.

Please note that the Chamber requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Application instructions

Qualified applicants must submit a resume with their application.

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The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse workforce. We strongly encourage applications from candidates from all walks of life.

About Us

The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) brings together area businesses and city leaders to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. Our members represent eleven counties, three states and approximately 600,000 employees from thousands of member companies and organizations. By bringing all kinds of businesses and leaders to the table – new, established, big, small, growing, thriving, long-lived, innovative and experimental – we build community and find points common among us all.

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