RFP and Educational Opportunities
On behalf of the City of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority (PRA) is pleased to issue this RFP for qualified prime contractors for the East Poplar Playground Renovation project located at 820 N. 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123. The Work covers the demolition and renovation of the East Poplar Playground including the removal of existing paving, sub-base, play equipment, safety surfacing, fencing, and landscaping, and the construction of a new play area and seating area, including play equipment, safety surface, paving, spray ground, plumbing, furnishings, landscaping, and fencing. For completed scope of work please refer to the Project Drawings and the Specifications.
This project is part of the City’s Rebuilding Community Infrastructure Program (Rebuild).
|237||Heavy and Civil Engineering|
|238||Specialty Trade Contractors|
|423||Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods|
|518||Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services|
|524||Insurance Carriers and Related Activities|
|541||Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services|
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- Small Contracts Big Ideas: Contracts valued at less than $34,000 are often posted to agency websites. Vendors can also find opportunities here.
The Digital Content Manager, working with the VP of Marketing and Communications, is responsible for the creation of content assets for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Marketing and Communications Department. This includes but is not limited to: lead generation emails, videos, digital copy, blogs, web page content, and other owned media assets as required. The Digital Content Manager is responsible for creating assets that advance the marketing and branding of PHS.
The position is responsible for development and coordination of content for online initiatives that align with the organization’s positioning and branding strategies. Must develop an understanding of marketing needs and create appropriately branded digital assets that achieve the organization’s goals as well as those outlined in PHS branding strategies. Must accurately develop and drive timelines, reliably meeting ongoing and tight deadlines. Works to support web and social search efforts and user experiences across all digital properties. Must be comfortable with and have knowledge of marketing analytics. Must be knowledgeable with marketing automation tools (ex. HubSpot) and the types of campaigns that are executed via these tools. Person must be comfortable learning and adopting new technologies and processes.
Primary Purpose of the position: Perform duties related to the construction, maintenance and service of energized facilities in all phases of Underground transmission and distribution. This includes all new, scheduled, routine maintenance and emergency work.
NOTE: Following successful completion of line school employees will be placed through the PECO system based on business need.
Deadline: Sunday June 6th at 11:59 p.m
The Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia (AACCGP) is seeking a full-time, highly motivated and dynamic individual interested in growing a highly visible small organization. The President & CEO (“President”) will report to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the successful leadership, management and administration of the organization in accordance with the vision and mission set by the Board of Directors. The President oversees the overall strategic and operational responsibilities of the AACCGP’s staff, programs, and advocacy.