Join Our Team

We are a talented group of professionals who love our jobs and are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children, families and communities. If you agree with our core values, enjoy being part of a positive team and qualify for one of our open positions, we would love to talk with you.


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Open Positions

  • Accounting Supervisor / Manager

    Do you want to be part of a non-profit team, while maintaining the challenging, dynamic environment of corporate America? Are you an operations-focused, team-oriented accounting leader? We are seeking an individual to join our team as Accounting Supervisor in our Chadds Ford, PA office.

    Position description: responsible for the organization’s accounting, analysis, reporting functions, and internal controls. Supervises small accounting team, including some off site. This very hands on position prepares budgets, forecasts, and financial reports, and presents findings and recommendations to top management. Evaluates and makes recommendations to improve internal processes and controls. Successful candidate will be organized and detail-oriented, with experience in all aspects of financial operations in a high volume, paperless environment, including billing, receivables, payables, expense reports, and payroll/benefits. Experience with capturing information flow from integrated systems (e.g. Salesforce, Classy, QuickBooks Online, and other systems), analyzing, and reporting information by business area required. This position reports into the Chief Financial Officer.

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Leading the forecast and budget process
    • Prepare and deliver timely, accurate, and complete financial reporting
    • Prepare consolidated financial statements, including cash flows
    • Monthly, quarterly, and annual close including reconciliations
    • Candidate must be prepared to demonstrate previous experience with the month-end close process and familiarity of all reconciliations
    • Prepare adjusting journal entries and investigate differences that arise between IT systems and the general ledger
    • Develop and document accounting and company policies as needed
    • Team player, strong leadership and comradely
    • Must be highly organized with attention to detail
    • Mentor and coach other members on the accounting team to have success in their roles
    • Must be someone the team can count on to solve difficult problems
    • Design, document, implement, and review internal controls

    Requires a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, CPA, and at least 5 years of direct experience, including 3 years in public accounting. Solid Excel skills. Nonprofit accounting experience is not required. Successful candidate will display a strong customer service orientation, working closely with executives, fundraising, marketing, and event staff to provide financial information, budget comparisons, and other data analysis. Demonstrates leadership and teamwork, with experience in operations, systems, and controls. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Leads and directs the work of others. As a member of the nonprofit team, some participation in Operation Warm events is expected, which requires bending, lifting, and other physical activities. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.

    This position is located in our headquarters in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.

    If interested, APPLY HERE.

    No recruiter fees paid and please, no phone calls.

  • Marketing Intern (ongoing)

    The Operation Warm marketing internship program is designed to give opportunity to the best and the brightest students who are interested in making a difference in the lives of children, families and communities. In this role you will immerse yourself into the nonprofit culture, working side by side with innovative and talented Operation Warm team members and their partners. You will cultivate meaningful relationships and develop strong interpersonal and business skills that will set you apart from your peers.

    Additionally, your experience will include:

    • Engagement: Working on creative, innovative, and thought-provoking projects within various departments and teams at Operation Warm.
    • Exposure: An inside look into the day-to-day operations of a nonprofit organization that thinks a little differently.
    • Immersion: Being treated as a valuable member of the team whose contributions further our mission to bring a gift of warmth to children in need.
    • Professional Development: Exposure to a variety of professional and skill development opportunities in marketing that not only include the latest software tools, but also marketing strategy and best practices.
    • Fun: Continuously develop relationships with fellow interns and staff through social activities, community building, and networking.

    Preferred qualifications:

    • Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree from a United States-based college or university (Juniors and seniors preferred).
    • Excellent written communications skills.
    • Strong attention to detail.

    Experience and rock-star skills in at least one of the following:

    • Journalism and writing, video editing, graphic design, photo editing, social media.
    • Willingness to learn and grow alongside a fast-paced team environment.
    • Strong interest in the communications, marketing and nonprofit fields.
    • Authorized to work in the United States.

    This internship may be put towards college credit, but is unpaid.

    Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to

  • Corporate Partnerships Intern (ongoing)

    Operation Warm is a national non-profit organization with a simple mission – to provide brand new coats to children in need across the United States. Operation Warm has reached nearly 2 million children since inception in 1998. We are seeking a mature intern to join our team as a Corporate Partnerships Intern in our Chadds Ford, PA office this fall.

    The Corporate Partnerships intern will support the Corporate Partnerships & Cause Marketing team as they develop and nurture relationships with the program sponsors. The position requires good writing skills, and an interest in non-profit fundraising/sales.


    • On a daily basis interns will read the news and compile relevant articles about current and potential partners
    •  Build and help manage the partnerships pipeline
    • Help develop partner specific presentations
    • Monitor media for potential spokespeople and help reach out to them in a timely fashion


    • Minimum 2 day commitment per week
    • Highly collaborative, proactive and positive work style with a follow-through attitude.
    • Analytical and forward thinker with an entrepreneurial spirit.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Independent worker

    This internship may be put towards college credit, but is unpaid.

    Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to

  • Business Development Consultant

    Business Development Consultant, Corporate Sponsorships

    Operation Warm is a nationally active non-profit organization providing new winter coats to economically disadvantaged children living throughout the U.S. We believe that a winter coat promotes self-esteem, confidence, school attendance and over all wellness. A new winter coat can be more than a coat. It tells a child “You’re worth it.” A new coat inspires pride and joy in a child, while also increasing peer acceptance inside and outside of school. Operation Warm coats are branded and manufactured to our specifications, and more than 20% are Made in America. We serve 300,000 children each year and have warmed the hearts of 2 million children since our founding in 1988.

    We are seeking a proven business development professional who will contribute to the strategic direction and development to more than double our volunteer base in the Pacific Northwest. Our programs are conducted by corporate employees, grass roots organizations like firefighter locals, youth services agencies, school districts, Rotary Clubs, and “coats for kids” organizations. Funding is developed through sponsorships, cause marketing campaigns, grants, employee giving campaigns, peer-to-peer fundraising and individual donations. Recent corporate sponsors have included major national organizations in technology, retail and oil & gas for example. Operation Warm provides project management support, assists with the selection of the coat beneficiaries, and organizes the logistics of local coat distributions, utilizing Operation Warm coats.

    The Business Development Consultant will be responsible for identifying prospect organizations and, together with Operation Warm, converting them into program partners who can raise funds and provide volunteers to participate in local coat celebrations. The consultant will have existing corporate relationships at the executive level with proven abilities in developing relationships, communications, fundraising, working with a marketing team, and managing volunteers. Experience with peer-to-peer fundraising and CRM systems for prospect and donor management, tracking campaign needs and progress, preferred.

    Position located in Seattle, WA or Pacific Northwest area. This is a remote position and will report to the organization headquarters in Pennsylvania.