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Manager of Annual Giving - Flagler College

Job Post Date: 11/7/18


The Manager of Annual Giving will administer a comprehensive annual giving program; successfully increase retention of existing donors; work to acquire new donors; and actively move current donors to ever increasing levels of support from all constituencies including: alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends. The Manager of Annual Giving will direct and oversee the Annual Giving Officer and work closely with the Institutional Advancement Staff to engage supporters and volunteers necessary for the College to fulfill its mission.

Essential Functions:

  • Assists in managing the Annual Giving budget.
  • Hire, Supervise, and evaluate appropriate staff
  • Responsible for strategic communications (direct mail, digital and social) with appropriate constituents (parents, alumni, Friends of Flagler, faculty and staff), with emphasis placed on consistent and parallel messaging from annual giving collateral.
  • Seeks and implements industry best practices, and fosters willingness in staff for innovation and forward-thinking in all assigned tasks.
  • Carefully analyzes giving trends, donor feedback and response rates across all mediums to identify strategy that is working and rethink tactics that are no longer effective.
  • Determines overall plan for design and timely production of hard and digital content for annual giving direct mail, emails, social media, Students for Advancement phonathon solicitation, and other relevant materials.
  • Oversees the Flagler College faculty and staff campaign
  • Plans and executes the scholarship socials
  • Serves as the Flagler College liaison to local Boards, and assists in the planning and execution of fundraising events.
  • Plans and oversees annual giving efforts such as Senior class giving, online Giving Day, LYBUNT/SYBUNT retention and donor leadership societies.
  • Manages the Young Lion Donor Society events, communication and tracking
  • Coordinates the production of the annual Honor Roll of Donors publication.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Supports the Institutional Advancement staff in fostering a productive, positive and collegial work place.
  • Works collaboratively with Institutional Advancement colleagues and other representatives of the College community.
  • Performs such other college-related duties as may be required by the Vice President of Institutional Advancement.
  • Serves on campus-wide committees as requested, including the Social Media Council.
  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of three years related experience
  • Experience in planning and executing all aspects of special events for large groups
  • Superior interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment and handle confidential matters with appropriate discretion
  • Flexibility is essential
  • Ability to manage multiple and competing projects on an on-going basis
  • Ability to work without close supervision and to make appropriate independent decisions
  • Diplomacy, tact, discretion, and skill in dealing with a diverse constituency
  • Stong computer skills, including familiarity with word processing, spreadsheet and database software
  • Must be able to lift 20 lbs on a regular basis
  • Must qualify for valid Florida driver’s license and the ability to drive a car
  • Committed to Service Excellence by providing superb service to internal and external constituencies by being courteous, accessible, responsive, and collaborative.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Direct experience in Institutional Advancement or Alumni Relations
  • Demonstrated success in motivating and directing volunteers

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Annual Giving Coordinator - University of North Florida

Job Post Date: 10/4/2018

General Description:
The Annual Giving Coordinator is responsible for managing and overseeing the university’s Phonathon outreach program. A major responsibility of the individual who occupies this position will be to increase annual giving to the schools through Phonathon program. This position reports directly to the Director of Annual Giving and will function as an integral part of a team of professionals whose responsibilities include a wide range of programs to benefit the entire University community.

Job Function:

  • Oversee the university’s phone outreach program including student caller recruitment, training, management of a staff of 12-15 students and other duties as assigned.
  • Monitor fulfillment and stewardship process for the office of Annual Giving; including pledge reminder mailers, pledge fulfillment calls, weekly thank you cards, etc.
  • Develop reporting metrics for Phonathon operation.
  • Work as a team member to support the overall mission of the University and UDAE Team.
  • Collaborates with other campus departments as necessary in programs involving donors and alumni such as, but not limited to: Annual Giving, Parent and Family Programming, Academic Colleges, Non-Academic Units, etc. 
  • Other duties consistent with the University Development and Alumni Engagement and University of North Florida’s goals, objectives and interests may be assigned.
Marginal Functions:

  • Knowledge of University mission, services, policies and procedures.
  • Ability to Interview, hire, and train personnel; supervise the day to day activities of student staff to ensure that all Phonathon functions are provided, delivered and executed in an efficient and effective manner.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products and overall keen computer skills.
  • Excellent oral and communication skills, including active listening skills.
  • Excellent time management skills; ability to prioritize.Must be comfortable and confident in asking alumni and friends for monetary donations.
  • Ability to maintain effective, consistent and constructive communication with Director of Annual Giving.
  • Energetic and positive professional who works well in a team environment.
  • Sensitivity to personal constituent information.
  • Willingness to work weekend and evening schedule.
  • Knowledge of basic fundraising principles, and best practices as they relate to charitable giving.
  • Strong preference for candidates with previous experience in annual giving, parent relations and alumni relations in Higher Education.
  • Strong preference for candidates with knowledge of Ruffalo Noel Levitz/CampusCall software.

Required Qualifications:
A Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization; or a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and two years of experience directly related to the job functions.

Departmental Requirements:
Preference given to applicants who meet the required qualifications and also possess the following:
  • Bachelor’s Degree, one to three years of experience in successful fundraising, program administration, leadership or project management. 
Strong preference for candidates with previous experience working in Higher Education.

Special Instructions:
Applicants must complete an online application at in order to be considered for this position. Applicants who do not apply online will not be considered for this position. Once you submit your completed application you will receive a confirmation number. Keep the confirmation number for your records. If you have any questions about this position, please contact Anna Shavers at (904) 620-1672 or at

Database and Prospect Research Manager - Community Hospice & Palliative Care

Job Post Date: 10/15/18

Position Summary: The Database and Prospect Research Manager supports the development team to achieve the fundraising goals of Community Hospice & Palliative Care Foundation (CHF). The position will focus specifically on the daily management of the CHPCF constituent database (Raiser’s Edge), providing reports of constituent data, management of donor acknowledgements and other constituent correspondence, as well as prospect research. The Database and Prospect Research Manager will plan, create, develop and oversee all data management, data processing and systems that promote and support a moves management system. Additionally, the position assists in donor communication and stewardship. This position will supervise and evaluate the work and responsibilities of a Donor Services Coordinator.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Create and manage an effective database to support prospect management and gift processing; develop and produce the appropriate reports needed for planning, tracking and executing annual fundraising programs; assist with the development of the annual work plan to ensure strategies are in place to achieve annual goals.

2. Assume a leadership role in developing and refining the CHPCF reporting processes and participate in developing strategies to streamline reporting functions and accuracy in support of the priorities and goals of the organization.

3. Lead strategy sessions for data segmentation for major giving, planned giving, annual giving and other direct response campaigns, providing informed guidance on effective donor segmenting and personalized appeals. Develop and implement fundraising strategies with the Foundation Team. Manage annual giving budget (revenue/expenses) and reporting requirements. Work with the Annual Giving Officer to assist with direct response packages (content and design) and budget and reports with an emphasis on ROI summaries and strategies.

4. Provide high-level research on individuals, corporations, and foundations using a wide variety of biographical, organizational and financial sources, including online database services, Internet websites, library and government sources and other external repositories of public information. Analyze and synthesize accumulated information to assess financial capacity, philanthropic tendencies, giving propensity and linkages to Community Hospice & Palliative Care.

5. Work with the Foundation Team to achieve fundraising goals through the timely analysis of donors, giving patterns and trends to identify individuals and segments for additional cultivation, moves management plan and solicitation. Track and analyze progress toward benchmarks and goals and report at weekly major gifts meetings. Directly oversee the acknowledgement process and participate in thoughtful follow-up for major, endowment and planned gifts. Foundation – Manager, Database and Prospect Research Manager

6. Work with the Vice President, Executive Director and Foundation Team to create and implement/maintain strategic Moves Management plan utilizing established Raiser’s Edge proposal and actions capability protocols. Ensure Moves Management data integrity including contact report, tasks, notes, proposals, assignments, programs, and associated moves. Research, investigate and analyze various media sources pertaining to relevant information about current and prospective donors (individual, corporation, foundation and government funders) documented in their Raiser’s Edge records and included in their Moves Management plan.

7. Directly supervise and provide work direction to the Donor Services Coordinator. Establish staff 90-day action plans and bi-annual performance goals, delegate and assign tasks, monitor quality and timeliness, evaluate end products and services, identify process improvements, identify training needs, and evaluate employee/volunteer performance. Ensure that the daily activities of processing, receipting depositing and reporting of all gifts and pledges are being performed in a timely and efficient manner

8. Develop and/or modify, manage and document the flow of various CHPCF processes and procedures as related to donor, financial, or data/software records. Research, establish, document and maintain protocol and data input guidelines to ensure data integrity and full utilization of Raiser’s Edge, Net Community and Sphere.

9. Design curriculum and execute a training program to provide initial and on-going training on Raiser’s Edge software for CHPCF employees and volunteers. Do a weekly audit of data entry for errors and incorrect codes as needed, providing feedback to appropriate data staff

10. Oversee interface with CHPC Finance Department, monitoring your staff on providing: a. Daily deposit reporting (cash, credit cards, checks) for CHPCF fund allocation b. Monthly CHPCF revenue and expense reporting and reconciliation c. Adjustments and updated fund documentation d. Tracking and filing multi-year capital campaign pledge documentation adhering to established auditors’ standards. Monthly pledge reporting/reconciliation. e. Other donor and fund research and documentation, as needed

11. Interface with CHPC IT department and Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge representative regarding Raiser’s Edge interface, access, security, software upgrades and troubleshooting as needed. Updates CHPCF staff on upgrades and system and reporting enhancements. Oversee interface with Human Resources regarding payroll deduction capital campaign pledge payments for CHPC employees.

12. Directly assist the Foundation Executive Director with special projects, delegating and overseeing tasks as appropriate.

13. Tasks include, but are not limited to, gift processing & acknowledgement, data and donor information management, financial reporting and assistance with research and administration

Foundation – Manager, Database and Prospect Research Manager

General Departmental Responsibilities and Duties 1. Represent CHPC/CHPCF and assist at special events as needed 2. Develop intentional relationships with donors and volunteers in the course of normal activities and be alert to those who may be candidates for growth in volunteer and donor status 3. Assist CHPCF staff with tight deadlines, heavy workloads, event and special campaign mailings
Education and/or Experience: • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications or related field • Minimum of 5 years previous Raiser’s Edge database management experience. Experience in a non-profit highly desirable. • Knowledge of Crystal Reports • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Self-motivated, proactive, energetic, creative, organized and goal oriented • Ability to work independently using excellent analytical and problem-solving skills and the ability to locate and interpret financial and biographical information from a variety of sources with a demonstrated ability to synthesize a high volume of information • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively in a fast-paced and dynamic environment with people of all backgrounds. Establish/maintain professional and effective working relationships with CHPCF/CHPC staff/volunteers. Ability to maintain high level of confidentiality • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills including grammar, spelling and punctuation. Must be knowledgeable in business letter and report writing techniques • Demonstrated knowledge of fundraising principles, methodologies and strategies with the ability to quickly grasp the concepts of our Foundation activities, events, and campaigns. • Ability to supervise staff and volunteers; giving direction, investigating work quality and timeliness issues, providing feedback and evaluating performance as necessary • Must be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and timelines of Foundation day-today activities with excellent prioritization, follow-up skills and “can do” attitude • Process minded with demonstrated skills in project management, priority setting and ability to work within organizational goals and deadlines

Work Environment: The work typically takes place in a normal office setting but may require some lifting of boxes of materials and office supplies of a reasonable weight and size. Foundation staff attends CHPCF fundraising events locally including some evenings and weekends via own transportation.

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Corporate Sponsorships & Grants Officer - The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Job Post Date: 9/24/2018

The Cummer Museum seeks a Corporate Sponsorships & Grants Officer who is responsible for implementing the Museum’s efforts to identify and develop exhibition, program, and operating sponsorships. Working with various Museum departments, use thorough knowledge of Museum needs and programs to build relationships with corporate, private, and government funders. Manage the grants and sponsorship program to secure and steward new and existing funds.

  • Support the Cummer Museum’s mission, vision, and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence and competence, collaboration, innovation, respect of individual, commitment to our community, and accountability and ownership.
  • Participate in all aspects of the gift cycle: initiate contact with current and prospective donors (corporate, private, and government), develop appropriate cultivation strategies, utilize colleagues and volunteers in the solicitation process, move potential donors in an appropriate and timely fashion toward gift solicitation and closure, and maintain responsive, positive, and sensitive stewardship of existing donors.
  • Work to deepen relationships between funders and the Museum by working closely with key individuals at the funding organizations and by engaging key individuals from the Museum.
  • Track and report monthly on identified fundraising metrics to Director of Advancement.
  • Serve as primary writer for the department, composing compelling, well-written grant requests, foundation letters, corporate donor solicitation and appreciation letters, project updates, final reports, and other important donor correspondence as needed.  
  • Work collaboratively with various departments to gather information necessary to report to corporate/private/government funders on current grant or sponsorship agreements and within the advancement department in fulfilling annual funding goals.
  • Understand institutional history and programs through direct observation of mission based initiatives. Prepare sponsorship proposals with thorough understanding of programs.
  • Provide inter- and intra-departmental support as necessary, particularly during institution-wide cultivation events and stewarding opportunities.
  • Maintain current records in Altru database and in paper files, including sponsorship benefit packages, sponsor acknowledgements, and grant tracking and reporting documents.
  • Manage benefits with corporate sponsors and grant funders. Manage communications including:  project updates, event planning, meeting or program observation scheduling, sponsorship payments, logo and recognition commitments, (signage, website, e-newsletter and other applicable promotional material) and the creation and submission of final reports, ensuring that all benefits are fulfilled according to sponsorship or grant contracts.
  • Attend and supervise Sponsor events.
  • Participate in networking meetings.
  • Other job duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • At least two years’ experience in corporate proposal or nonprofit grant writing, and editing with solid knowledge of grammar and the ability to employ elements of a brand style guide to all communications.
  • Previous experience with non-profit fundraising.
  • Outstanding persuasive written communication skills, as well as interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Solid background in sales and/or corporate sponsorship initiatives.
  • Ability to network effectively at the local, state and national level.
  • Demonstrated track record of setting and achieving goals, such as income goals.
  • Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies.
  • Familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospecting and knowledge of fundraising sources.
  • Strong contributor in team environments with ability to handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
  • Experience working in deadline-driven environments while maintaining strong attention to detail.
  • Proficient in Blackbaud Altru software a plus.
  • Schedule will include nights and weekends due to events.
  • Must have excellent work habits, including a willingness to work the hours necessary to get the job done especially when important deadlines cause greater than normal departmental pressures.

Qualified applicants send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Attn: Human Resources Department, 829 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204 or

Director of Major Gifts - United Way of Northeast Florida

Job Post Date: 9/20/2018

The Director of Major and Legacy Gifts oversees the Planned Giving and Major Gifts programs at the United Way of Northeast Florida. Working directly with the Individual Engagement Staff, and members of the Resource Development Council and other volunteers, this position is responsible for developing and managing all activities related to the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of our major and planned gift donors, ensuring these donors are inspired by United Way’s mission and engaged in supporting the organization.

The Director of Major and Planned Legacy Gifts manages their own portfolio of donors, and is responsible for prospect research, presentation materials, budgeting and all activities to cultivate, track and solicit all supporters of $50,000+ or more. The incumbent will work with the community impact and volunteer engagement departments, and finance staff to develop strategic and targeted giving opportunities for major donors in an effort to increase funding each year.

Key Responsibilities and Essential Functions:


  • Responsible for annual revenue goals for the major donor and planned giving programs.
  • Directs efforts to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward potential major donors, and planned givers.
  • Designs and coordinates targeted fundraising activities and events for prospective and current major donors, and for cultivation and recognition of current major donors and committed planned giving donors.
  • Responsible for oversight of the United Way’s planned giving program, including: staffing of the Legacy Committee, promotion of planned giving opportunities, and solicitation and cultivation of prospective and current planned giving donors.
  • Responsible for the success of growth and performance to reach quarterly and annual revenue goals, to ensure that the major and planned giving programs are highly efficient, effective, ethical and well leveraged
  • Tracks and reports progress using specific metrics based from moves management system
  • Works with the Vice President of Major Gifts on annual planning, budgeting and goal setting for major and planned gift related activities
  • Assists in the recruitment of leadership volunteer solicitors and develops their fundraising capacities
  • Adheres to moves management system in CRM and enters information in a timely matter

Experience / Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in nonprofit major gifts and planned giving fundraising, or with proven major gift experience, capacity to learn and implement a complex planned giving program
  • Proven experience cultivating, soliciting and stewarding donors resulting in $50,000 plus gifts
  • Strong interpersonal written communication and presentation skills
  • Proven experience with the development and implementation of administrative functions
  • Ability to handle calmly and efficiently situations ranging from routine to highly complex
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and work successfully in a fast-paced environment with a high degree of attention to detail and minimum supervision
  • Ability to work independently as well as on a team

Please send your resume and cover letter to

Executive Director - The Seaside School Foundation

Job Post Date: 9/5/2018

Located in the idyllic community of Seaside, Florida, The Seaside School Foundation is looking for a dynamic, motivated and experienced Executive Director to lead their foundation through the next phase of growth. As the only employee of The Foundation, in this role you will have the opportunity to shape and influence the future of The Foundation and the community.

The Executive Director is responsible for:
- Building and maintaining a robust and diversified fundraising
operation. This includes growing an already robust events program and implementing new major gifts, leadership gifts and grants programs and working to engage and leverage a robust group of dedicated volunteers.
- Communicating, collaborating and establishing good working relationships with the School Board, local community groups and other organizations to keep them informed of the work of the organization.
- Managing the day-to-day operations and finances of the organization.

This role is for you if you:
- Have at least three years of experience in nonprofit leadership roles focused on fundraising and operations.
- Have successfully designed and implemented diversified fundraising programs.
- Have experience staying strategic and effective despite the demand of wearing many hats and tending to the interests of many stakeholders.
- Are an independent, self-motivated worker who enjoys leading as well as collaborating.
- Have a passion for progressive K-12 education!

Does this describe you? Submit your application by September 11th (priority deadline) by sending your resume and cover letter to Kathleen Casanova at and tell us why you’re the perfect fit for this gig.  

To learn more about this position, benefits, and The Seaside School Foundation please visit

Director Development Division - St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, Inc.

Job Post Date: 9/5/2018

The Director Development is the head of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum (the Museum) Development or Division, a growing fundraising department with access to 6,000 members. He or she is responsible for planning, developing, coordinating, directing and managing all fundraising, donor retention, annual fund, major gifts, membership, marketing, cultivation events and public relations programs for the non-profit museum, and for moving the development program to the next level.

Responsible for cultivation management of mid-level gifts through the implementation of the Benevon system of fundraising (new to the Museum in 2018). He or she will work with the Board of Trustees Development Committee and the Executive Director to organize fundraising in a formal plan, and to carry out friend building for the whole organization.  He or she will also help direct any significant capital campaigns, and cultivate community development members. (Last campaign finished successfully in 2017 and resulted in a new Maritime Education and Archaeology Center. ) 

The Development Director is responsible for organizing and implementing a comprehensive gifts solicitation based on customer and donor data. The Benevon fundraising method includes a series of events held by ambassadors who share the work of the organization in a discovery event, and then pipeline donors for further cultivation culminating in a fundraising breakfast at the year’s end.

The DD shall implement a related overall marketing and advertising program for the organization,  which both encourages visitation and grows philanthropy through the sharing of our Unique Value Proposition and Museum mission. Key Case for support areas are Historic Preservation, Veterans Heritage, Museum Education, and internationally significant, Underwater Archaeological Research in the Nation’s Oldest Port.

The successful candidate will perform all duties in strict compliance with St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc. (the Museum) policies and procedures, regulations and other applicable federal, state and local laws.  Position reports to the Executive Director and supervises the Membership Coordinator and the Public Relations Director and Social Media Director.

Major Responsibilities:
Accountable and responsible for financial targets outlined in KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) as assigned by the ED.  DD will roll these targets down to staff and coordinates dependencies with peers.

Some possible KPI targets are in the following categories:

  • A planned cultivation/pipeline program (plan alignment) adherence to schedule,
  • membership retention (#s of locals and tourists with a segmented approach), $ and Numbers of members, access to membership benefits. Significant Gifts $ and opportunities to make asks annually.
  • Benevon Fundraising (Mid-level gift cultivation) rebuilding follows up and annual $, Capital Campaign $ and organization.
  • Annual Fund (including donation boxes, bricks donor wall, yearly appeal letter, direct mail and more.).
  • Responsible for carrying out the marketing plan and maintaining tone, and content of advertising with the PR director.
  • Database management
  • Volunteer and staff support.
  • Communication with the ED and the Board together for the benefit of the whole.

Fundraising is a marathon and not a sprint. Continued growth in development opportunities and experience for the organization is essential.

Works with the Interpretive Division on a plan to support special events and grant, corporate proposal and foundation programs. Director of Interpretation supports Grant Management, and Volunteer Coordinator promotes Special Event programs. Therefore building a healthy working relationship with this Division is vital to aid development staff capacity.

Manages staff for ongoing activities. DD writes team KPIs and KABs. Creates and oversee the program, staffing and budget plans for development and fundraising. Develop, implement and manages all database, cultivation, fundraising activities, General Fund, Major Gifts, Capital Fund, Endowment, Benevon Fundraising Program and the Capital campaign; including cultivation of major and mid-level donors as the center of this position’s activity. May travel from time to time as required for this function.

Direct the planned giving program. Manages the Donor Wall, Bricks and other and Naming Opportunities for the Company.

Coordinate Museum’s overall public advocacy efforts, manage PR and develops cases for support and consistently shares UVP and brand protection.

Write grant, foundation and corporate proposals for Museum programs in tandem with the Interpretive Division Director.

Participate in senior management meetings. Prioritize effectively. Be able to say no to some events and focus on what matters most.  Assist in strategic planning, quality initiatives, and problem-solving to meet the facility business and quality goals and objectives.  Serve as senior management and productive member of the team.

Brings to the ED any matters requiring her attention, works with her calendar to schedule cultivation visits and events.  Helps to manage monthly membership events with the Membership Coordinator and to assign responsibilities for these to other staff.

DD assists with special events including cultivation oriented Benevon events (30 people),  Lighthouse Festival (Night Fest), Veterans activities, Luminary Night and an annual fundraiser. May attend monthly restaurant events or may assign these events to staff and share event responsibilities.

DD will be an open communicator with senior staff and peers. Is ethical, straightforward and believes in donor rights. He or she will align programs to the Museum’s strategic plan and budget.

Works with the ED and staff to improve donor software, database, develop capacity and advance technology in support of development.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Perform performance evaluations for appropriate staff.  Establish performance standards and goals and expectations for direct reports.  Provide and support professional development opportunities.

Frequent contact with management, staff, partners, volunteers, vendors and the public. Responsible for overseeing budget execution and capital assets. Supervise direct reports. Accountable for coordinating appropriate personal development plans through professional memberships and conference attendance or other sources.

Baccalaureate degree required. MA preferred.

Three (3) years supervisory or project management experience.

Organized and people oriented.

Necessary computer skills and experience with word processing and database management.  Excellent presentation skills are required.  Moreover, he or she will have excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent planning and organizational skills. Outstanding interpersonal and managerial skills are required.

Has the ability to work independently, manage multiple projects effectively and meet deadlines. Has met previous development fundraising goals for other organizations and can demonstrate the same. Team player and planner.

Knowledge of the local community is a plus.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

The duties above indicate the critical functions in the job. Physical requirements are those present in normal office environment conditions. A moderate amount of business travel is required. Must be able to climb the lighthouse tower and perform required public tour guide duties for periods of 2.5 – 3 hours in Florida climate. Operational flexibility is expected to meet sudden and unpredictable business needs. Able to lift 25-30 pounds.


Interested Applicant should send Cover Letter, Resume / CV to:

Martin Corlieto