Police Athletic League of Philadelphia



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At a time when cities across the country are challenged to build positive relationships between residents and law enforcement, the significance, track record, and impact of PAL’s mission of “Cops Helping Kids” is more important than ever.

This is an exciting time to join PAL. The organization has recently adopted a new five year strategic plan, developed in consultation with the highly regarded Bridgespan Group, secured three of the largest gifts in organizational history in the past year, begun planning for a new headquarters, and will celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2017.

From time to time PAL has openings within our organization for motivated people seeking to make an impact on our society through our children.

Current Employment Opportunities:

Police Officer—PAL Center Director

This position is only open to active Philadelphia Police Officers through the transfer process.

Police Sergeant—PAL Field Operations Supervisor

This position is only open to active Philadelphia Police Sergeants through the transfer process.

No Current Civilian Positions

There are currently no job opening at the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia.

For further information on working at PAL, contact us: info@phillypal.org or call 215-291-9000

You can also find position vacancies listed on CareerBuilder.com

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