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Development Coordinator - THE LJD JEWISH FAMILY & COMMUNITY SERVICES

POSTED 6/6/2024

Abstract

The LJD Jewish Family & Community Services (JFCS) has been invested in the success of Northeast Florida since 1917, strengthening the entire community through services that aid people of all ages, races, religions, sexual orientations and backgrounds. While our quality programs may be diverse, they are unified by our guiding mission: to help people help themselves
 
The Development Coordinator is responsible for maximizing utilization of the Bloomerang database and driving data management activities in support of the Development Department’s fundraising goals and functions. Creates written materials that support the goals of the Development Department. Ensures productivity expectations. Upholds customer service and compliance standards. Demonstrates an understanding of JFCS and our mission and values.

Primary Job Functions:

  • Utilizes advanced Bloomerang skills and knowledge to maintain the overall integrity of the database.
  • Ensures accurate and timely data entry into the Bloomerang database.
  • Assists in editing written materials for the Development Department.
  • Processes all checks/credit card gifts for The LJD Jewish Family & Community Services, entering them into the Bloomerang database.
  • Processes and maintains mail merge acknowledgement letters.
  • Updates biographical and relationship information for donors in the database.
  • Updates Board and committee rosters in Development database processes monthly pledge reminders.
  • Produces standardized reports from the donor database.
  • Responsible for producing detailed donation reports for monthly Board meetings.
  • Reconciles gift deposits with finance department at month and year-end.
  • Assists with special fundraising projects as needed.
  • May assist in coordinating volunteers for Development.
  • Designs complex report/exports for all segmented mailings and solicitations.
  • Provides data entry for other Development staff.
  • Provides responsive and proactive technical documentation, training and support to end-users.
  • May assist in prospect research efforts.
  • May assist in providing donor reports to Director of Grants & Compliance.
  • Assists in special event preparation, including material preparation, set-up, and on-site registration.
  • Participates as requested in Development Department staff meetings.
  • Ensures achievement of agency goals, vision and mission.
  • Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.

 Qualifications & Experience:

    • Bachelors Degree Preferred
    • Some administrative, fundraising, or related experience.
    • One year of work experience. Writing and editing skills a plus.
    • Fundraising or Development experience desired. Bloomerang software experience a plus.
    • Must have excellent computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and Adobe products, as well as Internet.
    • Analytical thinking a must.
    • High attention to detail.
    • Accuracy in data entry.
    • Must have excellent customer service skills and be committed to providing the highest level of donor satisfaction.
    • Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task.
    • Ability to think strategically to achieve organization’s goals relating to position.
    • Effective problem-solving skills while working under deadlines.
    • Social media communications experience a plus.

Salary Range:  Starting at $46,500

How to apply: Click the link below to apply

 

    Director of Development, Annual Fund - Brooks Rehabilitation

    POSTED 5/13/2024

    Abstract

    The Brooks Foundation seeks an experienced development professional with a proven record of accomplishment of annual fund fundraising. Someone who will take charge upon arrival to build a cadre of supporters who believe in the mission of Brooks. The DoD will report to the Executive Director and carry a high profile within the Brooks Foundation by attending Foundation board meetings as appropriate. Strong communication skills, knowledge of donor databases, computer skills and expectations to cultivate donors based on donor acquisition are all part of the duties and responsibilities of this position.

    The Director of Development, Annual Giving will be responsible for identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of annual giving prospects at or below $50,000. The DoD will be responsible for creating, along with the Executive Director, the comprehensive yearly fundraising plan consisting of a variety of solicitation methods including: direct mail, social media, e-communications and other creative uses of technology employed to increase total annual gift revenue from patients (past and present), patient families, Brooks employees and friends to support the mission and goals of Brooks Rehabilitation and the Brooks Foundation. The DoD is also responsible for establishing strategies to reach all goals and monitoring progress against goals. The ideal candidate will participate in the budget development, tracking and analysis of annual giving activities and the maintenance of record and database integrity. The DoD will work to ensure effective administration of annual fund gifts through acknowledgment letters, pledge reminders and recognition of donors.

    As a new position, the DoD will be tasked with building relationships with annual fund donors and garnering support for the Impact Society and WHEEL Club. The position will be required to maintain their portfolio of donors and fundraise through grateful patients, personal contacts, generous employees and the facilitation of programs and events that assist the development efforts of the organization. Brooks Rehabilitation believes there is an excellent group of prospective donors. 

    For more than 50 years, the nonprofit Brooks Rehabilitation, headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., has been a comprehensive system of care for physical rehabilitation. Ranked as the No. 1 rehabilitation hospital in Florida and one of the top 20 in the nation on U.S. News & World Report, Brooks operates two inpatient rehabilitation hospitals in Jacksonville, Fla., and a Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation in partnership with Halifax Health (Daytona Beach). Brooks also offers one of the region’s largest home healthcare agencies; more than 50 outpatient therapy clinics; the Brooks Rehabilitation Medical Group; two skilled nursing facilities; assisted living; memory care; and the Clinical Research Center, which specializes in advanced research to further the science of rehabilitation. In addition, Brooks provides many low- or no-cost community programs and services to improve the quality of life for people living with physical disabilities. 

    Responsibilities:

    • Identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding annual fund prospects
    • Working with the Executive Director and Foundation board to develop donor cultivation and solicitation strategies
    • Managing all aspects of the annual fund plan, which includes but is not limited to the design, scheduling production and evaluation of all direct mail, e-solicitations, social media and employee campaign/solicitations. DoD will:
      • Develop the annual fund plan and calendar
      • Develop annual WHEEL Club and Impact Society campaigns/events
      • Create all appeals and measure success
    • Completing contact reports after each meaningful annual donor interaction and update database information about donors and prospects
    • Participating in prospect management meetings, contributing to the development and implementation of strategies and programs that encourage philanthropic giving
    • Leading the annual gift effort through example and success driven results
    • Working with Executive Director to manage Foundation budget
    • Designing and implementing an annual donor stewardship program
    • Tracking and assessing major gift and grateful patient metrics which demonstrates progress toward goals
    • Providing input on Brooks Foundation and Brooks Rehabilitation marketing materials related to philanthropy
    • Attend Foundation board meetings and committee meetings, as appropriate
    • Maintaining Foundation website related to annual fund
    • Managing the creation of the scheduled Impact Reports
    • Assisting in special fundraising events working collaboratively with all staff
    • Management of development staff as is appropriate

     Qualifications & Experience:

      • Bachelor’s Degree and 3 years of appropriate experience; experience fundraising at the annual gift level preferred; Certificate in nonprofit management a plus
      • Preference given to candidates with health care experience
      • Proven track record managing annual fund/campaigns
      • Excellent customer service skills
      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
      • Strong analytical skills to analyze donor information to plan and set goals and objectives
      • Intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Office and donor database knowledge
      • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
      • Ability to multi-task efficiently
      • Ability to handle highly confidential information professionally
      • Ability to interface with upper management levels, both internally and externally.
      • Upholds the Mission, Vision and Values of Brooks Rehabilitation

    Disclaimer:  This job description describes the general nature and level of work only.  It is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills.  Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.

    Salary Range:  Based on experience

    Location Overview: Position is located at the Brooks Rehabilitation Corporate Office.  Travel may be necessary up to 50% of the time. Consideration given for remote work.  Occasional evening and weekend work required. 

    How to apply: Click the link below to apply

    https://emsq.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_4001/requisitions/preview/6060/?

     

      Director of Development, Major Gifts - Brooks Rehabilitation

      POSTED 5/13/2024

      Abstract

      The Director of Development, Major Gifts will be responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift prospects at $50,000 and above.  The DoD will assist with the creation and implementation of a strategy for developing relationships with major gift donors, corporations, and foundations to support the mission and goals of Brooks Rehabilitation and the Brooks Foundation. The position will work closely with the Executive Director of the Brooks Foundation and Foundation board chair. The DoD will determine and solicit top prospects who have an interest in the strategic priorities of the Brooks Rehabilitation system.

      As a new position, the DoD will be tasked with building a portfolio of 50+ major gift prospects in the first two years. The position will be required to maintain their portfolio of donors and fundraise through grateful patients, personal contacts and the facilitation of programs and events that assist the development efforts of the organization. Brooks Rehabilitation believes there is an excellent group of prospective donors in our patient population, along with a strong base of community support. 

      The Brooks Foundation seeks an experienced development professional with a proven record of accomplishment of major gifts fundraising. Someone who will take charge upon arrival to build a cadre of supporters who believe in the mission of Brooks. The DoD will report to the Executive Director and carry a high profile within the Brooks Foundation by attending Foundation board meetings and access to Foundation members. Strong communication skills, knowledge of donor databases, computer skills and expectations to be out in the community building relationships are all part of the duties and responsibilities of this position.


      Responsibilities:

      • Identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major gift prospects
      • Leading the major gift effort through example and success driven results
      • Working with the Executive Director and Foundation board to develop donor cultivation and solicitation strategies
      • Working with Community Program staff to identify areas for which external support is appropriate and necessary
      • Working with Executive Director to manage Foundation budget
      • Assist the Executive Director with the annual board drive to raise unrestricted support
      • Designing and implementing a major donor stewardship program
      • Tracking and assessing major gift and grateful patient metrics which demonstrates progress toward goals
      • Providing input on Brooks Foundation and Brooks Rehabilitation marketing materials related to philanthropy
      • Attend Foundation board meetings and committee meetings, as appropriate
      • Completing contact reports after each meaningful annual donor interaction and update database information about donors and prospects
      • Participating in prospect management meetings, contributing to the development and implementation of strategies and programs that encourage philanthropic giving
      • Maintaining Foundation website as is appropriate
      • Assisting in special fundraising events working collaboratively with all staff
      • Management of development staff as is appropriate

       Qualifications & Experience:

      • Bachelor’s Degree and 8 years of appropriate experience; 4 years of experience fundraising at the major gift ($50K+) level preferred; Certificate in nonprofit management a plus
      • Preference given to candidates with health care experience and grateful patient strategies
      • Excellent customer service skills
      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
      • Strong analytical skills to analyze donor information to plan and set goals and objectives
      • Demonstrated success in face-to-face fundraising
      • Intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Office and Donor Perfect database knowledge
      • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
      • Ability to multi-task efficiently
      • Ability to handle highly confidential information professionally
      • Ability to interface with upper management levels, both internally and externally.
      • Upholds the Mission, Vision and Values of Brooks Rehabilitation

      Disclaimer:  This job description describes the general nature and level of work only.  It is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills.  Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.

      Salary Range:  Based on experience

      How to apply: Click the link below to apply https://emsq.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_4001/requisitions/preview/6061/? 

        Director Planned Giving & Endowments - The Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida

        POSTED 5/7/2024

        Abstract

        The Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida is a nonprofit organization serving Jewish donors, agencies, and organizations. The Director, Planned Giving & Endowments is responsible for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of new funds and fundholders at the Jewish Federation & Foundation. The Director will work closely with the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida fundholders, staff, community agencies, and synagogues.

        The primary focus of the Director, Planned Giving & Endowments is to increase the permanent assets, endowments, and charitable gift planning to the Jewish community and its partners. They are responsible for new client development, professional advisor relationships. and assisting organizations and synagogues. The Director, Planned Giving & Endowments will be a results¬ driven leader who is able to inspire the community to help ensure our Jewish future.

        Responsibilities:

        Listed below are major duties and responsibilities of this position. It is not designed or intended to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of the activities, duties, or responsibilities of the employee.

        • Work with the Foundation Department Advisory Committee to set the strategic direction for assets development, planned giving, endowments, and professional advisor relationships.
        • Develop and implement a strategic plan for the Planned Giving department to include its future direction, community relationships, Legacy program, marketing, and relationships with donors, donor development, and other key elements that will ensure the success of the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida's vision and mission - including a comprehensive plan with measurable goals related to the direction of the department.
        • Staff the Investment Oversight Committee to ensure compliance with approved policy and monitoring of performance for funds.
        • Guide the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida in establishing priorities for fund types and building planned giving agreements and endowments for the restricted and unrestricted needs of the Jewish community.
        • Solicit planned gifts and endowments, based upon the priorities. Create and manage the completion of gift agreements.
        • Develop and steward both existing and new relationships with the investors: community partner agencies, synagogues, fundholders, and annual donors.
        • Assure that the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida and its Board of Directors, as well as key staff, are made aware of and comply with current legal and compliance issues pertaining to endowment development and ensure its compliance.
        • Communicate on a regular basis with estate, tax, and financial professionals within the community regarding matters that pertain to philanthropy and the work of the Planned Giving department.
        • Attend national, or international, meetings or missions on behalf of the community from time to time.

         Qualifications & Experience:

        • Thorough understanding and strong commitment to the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida's goals and mission.
        • Minimum of five (5) years experience within nonprofit development, with an emphasis on major and/or planned gifts.
        • tv1ust have experience in governance, volunteer committees, and staff supervision.
        • Commitment and experience in providing high-quality service to donors, volunteers, grantees, and colleagues.
        • Excellent written and oral communication skills; able to communicate clearly, diplomatically, and persuasively, and to facilitate meetings; able to prepare written communications, expositive and/or persuasive memos, and other written materials of the highest professional quality.
        • Consistent demonstration of integrity, tact, and analytical reasoning, problem-solving, and positive inter-personal skills. tv1ost importantly, the position requires an ability to manage people and processes.
        • Ability to manage multiple assignments with time constraints.

        Salary Range:  Based on experience- Position is full time onsite in Jacksonville, FL

        How to apply: Send cover letter and resume to Patrick Burke, Director of Finance email: patrickb@jewishjacksonville.org

          Director of Advancement - Guardian Catholic School

          POSTED 4/18/2024

          Abstract

          The Director of Advancement of Guardian Catholic School is responsible for fundraising activities and efforts that support the long-term financial sustainability of Guardian Catholic School. The Director of Advancement is expected to be active and visible in the Jacksonville community, an established and recognized leader in the nonprofit sector, experienced in leading fundraising activities, and able to secure major gifts from individuals, corporate partnerships, and foundations. The Director of Advancement will be responsible for creating and implementing a program that encompasses the cultivation and acquisition of new donors to the stewardship of long-time donors.

          Job Posting

          Position Description Diocese of St. Augustine
          GUARDIAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL


          Position: Director of Advancement
          FLSA: Non-Exempt (Hourly)
          Reports to:  Head of School and Principal

          Basic Job Purpose/General Summary: The Director of Advancement of Guardian Catholic School is responsible for fundraising activities and efforts that support the long-term financial sustainability of Guardian Catholic School. The Director of Advancement is expected to be active and visible in the Jacksonville community, an established and recognized leader in the nonprofit sector, experienced in leading fundraising activities, and able to secure major gifts from individuals, corporate partnerships, and foundations. The Director of Advancement will be responsible for creating and implementing a program that encompasses the cultivation and acquisition of new donors to the stewardship of long-time donors.

          To ensure that all fundraising initiatives are in line with the needs of the school and, above all, in alignment with the Guardian Catholic School’s mission and vision, the Director of Advancement must maintain a strong and consistent line of communication with the Head of School and Principal of Guardian Catholic School by asking for direction and advice on all areas of fundraising initiatives. Advancement efforts are carried out in close collaboration with the Guardian Board and its established committees.

          Essential Duties and Responsibilities

          • Design and implement a comprehensive development strategy that relates to mission, goals, and a long-term strategic plan and includes annual giving, monthly giving, planned gifts, campaigns, and events.
          • Develop and implement proven fundraising strategies. Evaluate and revise them for efficiency and profitability.
          • Set and achieve annual, increasing goals – in dollars and other agreed upon metrics - for each component of the development strategy.
          • Prepare regular reports and analyses to track progress towards goals and identify areas for improvement.
          • Prioritize work time towards conducting and coordinating direct face-to-face visits with donors and prospective donors, actively cultivating strong and meaningful relationships to foster increased engagement.
          • Develop and maintain a portfolio of existing major donors.
          • Identify and cultivate new major gift prospects. This effort will require working with the Guardian Board to help identify new opportunities and develop new relationships with these potential new donors.
          • Work closely with school leadership to understand program funding needs and create opportunities to attract major donors, corporate partners, and foundation support.
          • Identify foundations and grants that are appropriate for Guardian Catholic School and assist other staff members with writing the proposals, utilizing the Guardian Board to open doors and introduce Guardian to the funding sources.
          • Manage an active school tour program for donors and prospects always with the approval of the Head of School and Principal of Guardian Catholic School.
          • Create, manage, and oversee the development of revenue and operational expense budgets in collaboration with the appropriate school personnel including the Head of School, Principal, Bookkeeper, and Operations Manager, as well as the Finance and Investment Committee of the Guardian Board
          •  Advise the Guardian Board at each meeting, and more frequently if asked, on the status of fundraising appeals and activities.
          • Design a variety of donor recognition activities, programs, and events.
          • Manage and oversee all events that recognize donors, showcase the school and students, or encourage donations for special events such as the annual golf tournament.
          • Manage all public relations efforts with donors in coordination with the Diocesan Communications Office to create greater awareness of the school’s mission. Efforts should include newsletter development, creation of other forms of media and related informational pieces, article preparation and distribution of materials resulting in the goal of increased funding.
          • Cultivate relationships with other nonprofit organizations, foundations, intermediaries, and agencies for the advancement of Guardian Catholic School.
          • Prepare public information notices such as press releases and PSAs regarding Guardian’s mission and events. Distribute information to the media and follow up with them to answer questions.
          • Prepare and assist in the writing, publication, and distribution of the Guardian’s quarterly newsletter.
          • Manage and maintain the fundraising database; ensure confidentiality, accuracy, and timely database and donor records entry.
          • Supervise the Advancement Office team in collaboration with the Head of School. Serve as a supportive and encouraging mentor to staff, empowering them to grow and develop in their roles.
          • Seek out training and development opportunities to keep abreast of all fundraising knowledge and trends.
          • Perform other duties as assigned.

          Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 

          • A Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field and a minimum of 5 years of experience in the nonprofit development sector are required.
          • Experience must give evidence of a proven track record in nonprofit fundraising, with demonstrated success in cultivating major donors, securing grants, and meeting fundraising goals.
          • Prior supervisory experience is a must.
          • A practicing Catholic is preferred. 

          The successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for the mission and values of Guardian Catholic School and a commitment to making a difference.  The applicant must possess the ability to maintain a high level of attention to detail; superior organizational skills; ability to prioritize and meet deadlines; and effective oral and written communication skills. A high level of proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite is required. Prior experience with donor software, such as Raiser’s Edge, is a plus. The leader in this role must consistently demonstrate a positive, friendly, and respectful attitude with colleagues, the public, our students, our students’ parents, our school staff, and the public ensuring to project a welcoming and faith-based atmosphere to all who visit the school or elsewhere.

          Working Conditions The Guardian Catholic School Advancement Office is located at the Guardian Catholic School. Located on Brentwood Avenue, Guardian Catholic School is a PK3-8th grade ministry situated in Health Zone 1 (HZ1), an area of north Jacksonville with the largest statistical concentration of residents living in poverty. Families living in HZ1 face significant disadvantages to their health, education, and economic vitality.

          Our state-of-the-art learning environment provides the opportunity to fulfill our mission which is to help students attain their potential through high quality Catholic education in a Christ-centered environment that inspires each of us to think, learn, achieve, pray, and serve our communities. Resources provided by the Advancement Office enable the school to provide educational and spiritual opportunities to children and families regardless of financial situation or religious preference.

          The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate and joyfully filled with the sounds of children’s voices. This position may require some evening and weekend hours to accommodate events.

          Salary Range: $55,000 to $65,000 

          How to apply: Visit this link to apply:  https://jobapply.page.link/d9gqJ

            Director of Development- Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

            POSTED 4/16/2024

            Abstract

            Step into a transformative role as the Director of Development at the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville. Partnering with the Executive Director, you will spearhead our fundraising initiatives to fuel diverse cultural programs and public art projects. This role offers you the chance to steer a comprehensive development program, cultivating flexible support for our ever-evolving needs and leaving a lasting mark on Jacksonville's cultural scene. Join us in shaping a future where our community's arts and culture flourish.
            Job Summary: 
            • Develop and execute an annual fundraising plan aligned with strategic goals and vision.
            • Build a flexible unrestricted fund to meet the evolving needs of our programs.
            • Cultivate strong relationships with donors, foundations, and corporations, enhancing community engagement and support.
            • Serve as a strategic partner to the Executive Director, aligning fundraising efforts with organizational objectives.
            • Grow a sustained base of individual donors through strategic initiatives.
            • Manage and optimize our fundraising database for effective donor management and engagement.
            • Lead our major gifts and annual fund campaigns with innovation and insight.
            • Coordinate events and campaigns that resonate with our mission and community values.
            • Manage the grant process from identification to compliance.
            Other Support:  
            • Handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion and uphold legal compliance.
            • Provide versatile support across the Council, showing readiness to assist where needed.
            • Ensure compliance with Florida’s Sunshine Law, upholding the Council's commitment to transparency and public accountability.
            Job Requirements:  
            • Passion for our mission and a collaborative, strategic leadership style.
            • Proven fundraising ability and success in donor relations.
            • Detail-oriented with the ability to work independently.
            • Problem-solving mindset, positive attitude, and community focused.
            • Bachelor's Degree required, Master's preferred or equivalent experience.
            • 5+ years of fundraising experience; familiarity with Donor Perfect or similar software a plus.
            • Proficiency in technology and software relevant to the role.
            • Experience with government processes and the arts/culture sector beneficial.
            Compensation:
            The hybrid position offers a competitive salary range of $75,000 to $95,000, commensurate with experience and qualifications. Additional benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance, 18 days paid time off, 403b retirement plan, company paid group life insurance and short- & long-term disability, and a parking stipend, creating a comprehensive compensation package.
             
            Physical Demands: 
            The role is primarily office-based, requiring prolonged computer use and regular communication. It involves occasional physical activities, occasional lifting up to 20 pounds, and public speaking.
             
            Diversity and Inclusion Statement:
            The Cultural Council is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. 

            Salary Range: $75,000 -$95,000

            How to Apply: To Apply, please send resume, cover letter and references to janette@gallowaygonzalez.com  

              Director of Development - Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry (BEAM)

              POSTED 4/4/2024

              Abstract

              Come join a team that is making a difference in our community! The Development Director is a critical leadership role that is responsible for leading all development activities for Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry (BEAM) in effort to raise funding for organization operations and its basic needs and case management programs. 

              Job  Posting:  
              Come join a team that is making a difference in our community! The Development Director is a critical leadership role that is responsible for leading all development activities for Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry (BEAM) in effort to raise funding for organization operations and its basic needs and case management programs. 

              To view the full job description, please visit: https://jaxbeam.org/careers/

              Salary Range: $80,000 - $97,000 

              How to apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: recruiting@jaxbeam.org