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Pearl S. Buck International Best Nonprofit to Work For 2015




Ranked as Best Nonprofit to Work For - Two Years In A Row

Named one of 2014's and 2015's 50 Best Nonprofits to work for by The NonProfit Times, Pearl S. Buck International affords staff the opportunity to succeed in a variety of roles. From marketing, fundraising development, finance, corporate donations, and information systems, to grant writing, community development, human resources, and social workers our team lives the legacy of Pearl S. Buck by advancing her mission. Below, please find a listing of our current available positions.

Available Positions

Education Facilitator – Program Department
Assist with preparation, facilitate, monitor and evaluate educational/training programs for students and adults. Coordinate, facilitate and evaluate school group visitation and school-based programming and resources. Establish, maintain and support partnerships with other community organizations that share the mission of building bridges of understanding. Assists in managing training materials and facility needs including, but not limited to, maintenance of electronic or hard copy material and stock, room maintenance and training/activity supplies. Track, enter into Raiser’s Edge (RE)and generate periodic quantitative and qualitative reports. Click here to see the complete job posting.  Interested candidates may fax resume to (215) 249-9657 or email by November 13, 2017.

Internship Opportunities
Pearl S. Buck International is committed to supporting the development of students pursuing higher educational degrees in a profession of their choice. We do not currently offer paid internship positions, however interns are reimbursed for mileage related to field instruction assignments. Please contact Jill at for additional information or general inquires about Internships at Pearl S. Buck International.

Pearl S. Buck International shall not discriminate against people served or employed and shall not exclude people from membership, employment or service on the basis of race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national and ethnic origin, age, sex or sexual orientation in the conduct and administration of its programs and activities or otherwise.