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Thank you to the Community Foundation of Sarasota County for their support in bringing this job bank to our community.

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It is our pleasure to provide these job postings for your review and consideration.  If you wish to post a position please submit them in a Word document.  There is no limit to your submission, however, we will only print 1 paragraph and then include a link to the full document. If your job listing is posted on your website, please send that link as well so we can drive people to your website and information about your organization.

Job postings are forwarded to AFP chapters and nonprofit individuals, throughout Florida.

If you have a submission or have questions or concerns, please contact Kim Noyes in the AFP office at 941-921-5410 or email the posting directly to kim.afpswfl@gmail.com and it will be posted on our site.    Your job posting may take up to 3 days to post and the posting will be removed after 30 days unless you renew it.  Please contact us once the job is filled or no longer available. These nonprofit job postings are free of charge and available for all nonprofit organizations - AFP membership is not a requirement.    The AFP Southwest Florida Chapter assumes no responsibility for accurate or timely postings. 

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Suncoast Center for Independent Living - The Program Director is a member of the Senior Management Team and is directly supervised by and works closely with the Executive Director. This person manages all aspects of the programs provided by Suncoast Center for Independent Living, Inc.  Primary Responsibilities:  Program Administration: • Provides leadership, guidance and execution input to other program staff initiating new programs. • Develop, implement, monitor and report identified goals pertaining to programmatic services in the Strategic Plan. • Develop and implement solutions to resolve programmatic issues/challenges. • Coordinate program continuity with team members during staff absence. • Train, supervise and evaluate staff, to include monitoring staff work load and assess individual productivity measurements to ensure effective, timely, and accurate service delivery. • Ensure program staff compliance with SCIL polices and procedures, mission & philosophy. • Administer disciplinary action and problem resolution with program staff. • Identify programmatic and consumer needs in order to assist the organization in development of short and long-term goal planning.  Read more here. (posted 7/16)

Advancement Associate, Corporate and Community Partnerships (State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF), Institutional Development (Office of the President)) - SCF seeks employees looking to be a part of a culture of service excellence in the following position of Advancement Associate-Corporate and Community Partnerships. The role of the Advancement Associate Corporate & Community Partnerships is to work collaboratively across all the campuses, schools, academic programs, administrative units and physical locations of State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) to optimize corporate and community financial support through the Institutional Development (Office of the President) for the benefit of SCF. The Advancement Associate will develop a high visibility program to formally engage corporations and community members as “Partners” of SCF. The Advancement Associate shall focus on corporate and community relationships that have the potential to generate support of up to $100,000 or more for priority needs of the College. The Advancement Associate will pursue corporate partnerships that address the campaign fund raising priorities of the SCF Capital Campaign, Special Event Sponsorships, and fund development which includes unrestricted support, endowed student scholarship support, endowed faculty support, equipment and instrumentation and space naming opportunities. To learn more go to SCF Web Site (Scroll Down): www.SCF.edu (Go to Employment Tab Bottom of Page) or contact Allison Nash (Associate Director) 941-752-5390 or nasha@scf.edu (posted 7/16)

Advancement Associate, Events (State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF), Institutional Development (Office of the President)) - SCF seeks employees looking to be a part of a culture of service excellence in the position of Advancement Associate, Events. The Advancement Associate is responsible for planning and implementing all special events related to capital campaign, fundraising, friend raising, and community events through communication strategies including but not limited to: social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Constant Contact, newsletters, emails, and personal solicitations. The Advancement Associate for Events is accountable for executing strategies that are focused on increasing financial support for the annual fund and upgrading prospects to higher gift categories. To learn more go to SCF Web Site (Scroll Down): www.SCF.edu (Go to Employment Tab Bottom of Page) or contact Allison Nash (Associate Director) 941-752-5390 or nasha@scf.edu (posted 7/16)

Coordinator, Alumni/Retirees and Events (PT Position) (State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF), Institutional Development (Office of the President)) - SCF seeks employees looking to be a part of a culture of service excellence in the following position of Coordinator, Alumni/Retirees and Events. The Coordinator, Alumni/Retirees and Events is responsible for planning and implementing SCF alumni and retiree fundraising, friend-raising, and alumni/retiree events and initiatives through communication strategies including but not limited to: social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Constant Contact, alumni magazine, newsletters, emails, and personal solicitation and contact. To learn more go to SCF Web Site (Scroll Down): www.SCF.edu (Go to Employment Tab Bottom of Page) or contact Allison Nash (Associate Director) 941-752-5390 or nasha@scf.edu (posted 7/16)

Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation Prospect Research Analyst:  Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation (SMHF) is an independent charitable organization focused on securing philanthropic support for Sarasota Memorial Health Care System.  Established in 1976, the Foundation’s mission is to work together with Sarasota Memorial and others to ensure world-class health care throughout the Sarasota Community.  Reporting to the President, the Prospect Research Analyst is responsible for gathering, entering, interpreting, analyzing, disseminating, and managing data critical for securing philanthropic support for the Healthcare Foundation. The Prospect Research Analyst prepares formal prospect reports, summaries, data reports and analyses about individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations for major gift team.  This is an outstanding opportunity for a research analyst with non-profit experience and a proven track record of supporting the fundraising team and creative problem-solving to join a high-growth, mission-driven organization.  Job Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree preferred with 2 to 3 years related not-for-profit experience with background in data management or equivalent combination. • Demonstrated experience in prospect research, development, library research or an information related field preferably in a higher education/healthcare environment. • Knowledge of the range of resources available to prospect researchers and the ability to apply those resources in an organized and purposeful manner.  • Must maintain and exhibit the highest standards of ethical conduct. • Organizational skills involving administrative processes and in working with colleagues and support staff. • Ability to work as an integral part of a fundraising team. • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Raiser’s Edge and Wealth Engine preferred. • Self-motivated with ability to work under deadlines • Detail oriented with excellent record keeping skills  • Ability to work independently or in groups.  To be considered for this opportunity, please send a letter of interest and resume to SMHFProspectRA@gmail.com. Laurie Huebner SPHR, Sr HR Consultant, 203-558-0756

Ryan Nece Foundation - CEO The CEO is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the Ryan Nece Foundation. This includes providing leadership to our RNF Board and staff to ensure our organization’s vision, mission and funding priorities responds to our program needs. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: • Leadership and Strategic Planning - Participate with Board of Directors to develop/implement strategic plan. Identify, assess and inform Board of Directors of internal and external issues that affect RNF. Foster effective teamwork between Board of Directors, CEO, staff and community partners. Act as spokesperson for the organization. Represent the organization at community events and with the media. Conduct official correspondence on behalf of the Board of Directors. Seek opportunities to collaborate with community partners, sponsors and donors. • Financial Planning and Management – Identifies, cultivates, solicits major and planned gifts, and relationships with foundations, corporations, individuals and community organizations. The CEO is the primary fundraiser and is responsible for maintaining our existing financial partners and creating new sponsorship sales and revenue streams. Work with Board of Directors Finance Committee to develop annual budget. Create and execute annual Fundraising/Development Plan. Enhance current fundraising events and create future strategic events that both raise awareness and funds RNF. Research new funding sources and social enterprise opportunities. Work with Treasurer/Finance Committee to ensure all accounting reports, tax reports, state and federal reporting requirements are met in a timely and accurate fashion. Monitor all expenses and monthly cash flow of the organization. • Operational Planning and Management - Develop an operational plan with specific goals and objectives to achieve the documented strategic plan and organizational vision. Oversee efficient and effective day-to-day operation of the organization. Ensure annual Conflict of Interest policy is reviewed and signed by all Board of Directors each January and filed by May of that year.  • Program Planning and Management - Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organizations Programs.  • Human Resources Planning and Management - Determine staffing requirements for organizational and program effectiveness. • Community Relations and Advocacy - Establish good working relationships with community partners, sponsors, donors, and Hillsborough and Pinellas County Schools and other organizations to help achieve the goals of the organization. • Risk Management – Identify and evaluate the risks to the organization’s Program participants, staff, volunteers, Board of Directors, goodwill, image, and finances and implement measures to control risk. Ensure that the Board of Directors and organization carries appropriate and adequate general liability, D&O and special event insurance coverage. Ensure there are at least two adults present with any individual Program participant. Ensure every Program participant has a ride home after Program meetings or volunteer projects. • Marketing- Oversees the distribution of marketing materials for the Foundation, including a monthly newsletter and Social media. Qualifications: Education: 4 year university degree, Non-profit Fundraising/Development Experience: 5 + years of progressive business/nonprofit management experience and fundraising with a charitable organization; CFRE preferred. Read more here. Qualified candidates can submit their resume to Johana.romo@yahoo.com

Lighthouse Vision Loss Education Center is seeking a Development Manager. In coordination with the CEO, the Development Manager will develop and implement a comprehensive development program to include individual giving, direct mail, grant writing, special events, foundation and planned giving, communications and public relations. The Development Manager will serve as staff liaison to the Board of Directors and the members of the Development Committee, as well as oversee department staff Communications Coordinator and Outreach Coordinator. Salary commensurate with experience, plus we offer a competitive benefits package. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Jobs@LighthouseEducationCenter.org (posted 7/22)

Library Foundation for Sarasota County, Administrative Coordinator:  The Library Foundation of Sarasota County is looking for an energetic, versatile, detail-oriented, library-loving individual to carry out the operations of our nonprofit organization. We are looking for someone who can organize and execute a variety of tasks on a daily basis to ensure we run as efficiently and effectively as possible as we work to accomplish our mission of supporting the public library system of Sarasota County.   The Administrative Coordinator will work part-time alongside the executive director to perform administrative duties for the organization, including preparing materials for board and committee meetings to managing donor databases and organizing events. For this position, there is no job too small, and providing excellent customer service both internally and externally is a must. Our organization lives and dies by our relationships with our donors, and this position is a key link to ensuring they remain engaged in our mission.  This position offers a flexible schedule and can be based in the organization’s office or at home. The Administrative Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and will start in mid-September.  A sampling of duties this position includes:  • Update, manage and use multi-capabilities of eTapestry, the foundation’s donor database, to support donor development, solicitation and stewardship; • Open mail, enter all gifts into eTapestry, prepare and send thank you/tax letters for each gift received within two days of receipt. Run eTapestry report of gifts weekly; send with checks and copies of transmittal correspondence to executive director and bookkeeper for deposit. Meet monthly with bookkeeper to align eTapestry records with Quickbooks • Prepare eTapestry aggregate reports as requested by executive director or board chair; • Prepare and send packet for board meetings – assist with agenda development, secure minutes and financial reports, gather committee reports • File working documents in hard copy in the Girl Scout office and electronically in Dropbox (or other cloud storage) • Prepare materials for committee meetings including, but not limited to, research, current funding levels, anticipated costs, handouts • Support special events including Annual Author Luncheon, Leaders Circle events, One Book events – visit spaces, secure caterer services, prepare invitation lists and nametags, take reservations, prepare handout materials, set up, attend and clean up after events • Answer and direct Library Foundation telephone calls and emails; provide fast and courteous service to callers; • Provide administrative support to executive director with day-day interaction with board members and supporters; • Attend board and committee meetings as requested. Required attributes: • Passion for libraries • Understanding of donor-centered fundraising • Courteous and respectful of Board members, donors, government officials and other staff • Flexibilty – to multi-task, to step in to represent the foundation as needed • Mature self-starter requiring minimal supervision; loves data analytics and committed to accuracy.  REQUIREMENTS • Associate’s degree; BA or BS preferred • Excellent technical skills on MAC including Microsoft Office, e-Tapestry or other donor database • At least 5 years of administrative employment with significant client interaction • Previous non-profit or library experience a plus COMPENSATION $22,000 - $27,000, depending on education and experience This position is part-time, for up to 20 hours a week, 50 weeks a year. It does not include benefits. This position will be based in Sarasota, FL. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Sue Seiter, Executive Director, at ed@sarasotalibraryfoundation.org by September 1, 2019. (posted 7/22)

Sarasota Orchestra Director of Donor Engagement - Annual  Fund  Sarasota Orchestra currently has a job opening for a Director of Donor Engagement – Annual Fund. As part of the self-directed Donor Engagement Team, the successful candidate will help set strategies to engage and solicit individuals for the Annual Fund, lead annual appeal campaigns, participate in fundraising events to develop relationships with constituencies, and manage a portfolio of donors. You will also work with the Donor Engagement Team to establish objectives and set goals in a culture that cares deeply about stewardship and working as part of a team of development professionals, and liaison with the Director of Strategic Initiatives and the Campaign Director on campaign related strategies as it pertains to the Annual Fund.  Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, 3+ years fundraising experience, proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint, database management experience – Tessitura preferred, excellent verbal and written communications skills, ability to present information concisely and effectively - both verbally and in writing, strong analytical skills and the ability to meet deadlines, excellent interpersonal skills, and availability to work outside of typical office hours, including evenings and weekends. Sarasota Orchestra offers a competitive salary, generous time off and a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision, life insurance, disability and retirement.  For a complete job description, please visit www.SarasotaOrchestra.org Careers page. If interested, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to HR@SarasotaOrchestra.org (posted 7/23)

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida:  The Community Manager serving Sarasota and Lakewood Ranch communities increases awareness and participation in Girl Scouting through a variety of in person meetings, presentations, and networking opportunities with schools, educators, faith-based groups, community organizations, corporations, and other community constituents. She/he is responsible for securing girl and adult volunteer participation and community partnerships through community cultivation, lead generation, and follow-up. Qualified candidate has a minimum of two years of relevant experience and will demonstrate competencies in sales, membership marketing and cultivation, public speaking and presentations, exceptional customer service, volunteer management, collaborative project management, and interpersonal skills. Qualified candidate has superior written/verbal communication skills; is proficient in computer operation skills, Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and data management software (Salesforce); and is a highly self-directed and organized team player that will contribute to a positive organizational leadership culture. Candidate bilingual in Spanish and knowledgeable of culture is desirable. This full time position requires ability to work an out-based flexible schedule, to include evenings and occasional weekends; ability to travel during day and night hours and perform position-related responsibilities in a wide variety of venues and environments. Daily access to transportation and ability to transport supplies to position related activities is required. A talent package including benefits and time off is offered. Explore the council website to become knowledgeable about our inspiring mission and activities – www.gsgcf.org. For consideration, email your resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in this position to hr@gsgcf.org. EOE/Drug Free Workplace (posted 7/27)

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida:  Working for Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida is so much more than a job. It’s about passion and commitment to help girls – all girls – grow into the best version of themselves. It’s about having the opportunity to create a meaningful employment experience, one that meets your career goals and your desire to make a difference! Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida is hiring a full-time Communications & Marketing Associate to collaboratively develop and implement innovative and integrated communications and marketing strategies designed to leverage opportunities, generate demand, support retention and customer loyalty programs, and increase awareness for the Girl Scout brand and program resulting in the maximum positive awareness and promotion of the image of Girl Scouting to internal and external stakeholders throughout the council’s ten-county area. Explore the council website to become knowledgeable about our inspiring mission and activities – http://www.gsgcf.org/en/about-girl-scouts/our-council/careers.html. For consideration, email your resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in this position to hr@gsgcf.org. EOE/Drug Free Workplace. (posted 7/27)

The Venice Symphony - Director of Development - The Venice Symphony seeks an experienced, highly-motivated, goal-oriented polished professional with a proven track record of success in annual and major gifts, foundation and corporate giving. The Director of Development is the key driver of the organization's efforts to generate revenues in support of its programs and mission. The successful candidate is responsible for cultivation and stewardship of current donors and development and implementation of plans to engage audience members and community as potential donors. He/She will be an effective storyteller: Ability to articulate the mission of The Venice Symphony in multiple channels and customized in a compelling way to each specific audience. Skills and Experience: Bachelor's degree in a related field. 3-5 years experience with demonstrative success. Strong interpersonal communication skills, written, verbal and electronic. High level of sophistication and maturity in social and professional settings. For detailed job description click here. Competitive salary and benefits package. Please email cover letter, resume, writing sample and salary requirements to music@thevenicesymphony.org. (posted 7/27)

The Venice Symphony - Office Manager. POSITION SUMMARY: The Office Manager position enhances the effectiveness of the Executive Director and Administrative staff; he/she ensures the efficient day to day operation of the office and business operation of The Venice Symphony. He/she is responsible for the Ticket Sales function and administration support for the Symphony’s Performance Season. ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT • Provides administrative and operational support to the Executive Director as directed. Coordination and gatekeeper of the schedule, meetings, calendar and activities for the Executive Director. • Provides administrative support to the Board of Directors, Friends and Symphony committees as assigned, including power point presentations for BOD meetings. • Creates and maintains the Symphony’s electronic calendar. • Handles all correspondence, patrons suggestions, and complaints promptly.
• Assists the Executive Director with Board requirements, i.e., meeting agendas, timely distribution of materials to the Board and maintaining Board of Director files.
• Administration support for Director of Development and Director of Marketing. TICKET SALES • Primary responsibility for the daily operation of the (Vendini) ticket system and box office. Responsible for producing Vendini reports as needed. OFFICE MANAGEMENT • Responsible for answering phones promptly and courteously; oversees training and scheduling of phone and office volunteers. • Ensures a pleasant, orderly and organized office area to project the brand image of the Symphony. • Uses computer word processing, spreadsheet and database to prepare reports, memos and documents requested by staff.  • Prepares and sends outgoing faxes, processes and distributes mail. • Ensures a clean, efficient and professional office environment for the Administrative Staff, Symphony Patrons and the general public. • Coordinates the maintenance of office equipment and monitors supply levels so that adequate supplies are readily available. • Establishes and maintains the Symphony’s institutional records and files. • Transports records and materials to storage area as directed. • Make purchases as directed by Administrative staff, using a formal purchase system. BUSINESS SUPPORT • Process invoices, billing and reconciliations, ensuring accuracy and timeliness. • Prepares invoices, partnership billings as directed by Executive Director. • Prepares daily cash receipts and bank deposits, with final authorization from Executive Director. • Creates a synergistic reporting system for all components of the Symphony for decision-making by Executive Director, Music Director and Board of Directors. QUALIFICATIONS • Associates Degree • 2-4 years’ experience in administrative role. • Exceptional oral and written communication skills, and strong attention to detail. • Ability to work independently as part of a team. • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents, write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. • Ability to work in a face-paced environment with multifaceted demands. • Ability to solve practical problems, and deal with variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram/chart, or schedule form. • Ability to prioritize among competing goals to execute on tight deadlines. • Articulate, polished, and professional demeanor with strong work ethic, initiative and confidence. • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and Outlook. • Accounting experience highly desirable. • Experience with database management software. Recruitment Process: Interested candidates should email their resume, cover letter including salary requirements to: music@thevenicesymphony.org. (posted 7/27)

Southeastern Guide Dogs: Welcome Desk and Public Relations Coordinator:  Our world-class organization requires the talents and skills of an experienced Welcome Desk & Public Relations Coordinator. This position falls under the auspices of our Marketing & Communications department, and is considered a highly visible public relations function. Located primarily at the front desk, this role serves as the organization’s first impression for customers and is responsible for creating a positive environment and satisfying experience that enhances Southeastern Guide Dogs’ brand and reputation. In addition to offering every guest personalized attention and care and working toward building long-term relationships in support of our mission, this role also works with and reports to the Public Relations Manager for a variety of key functions. This position requires collaboration with the Marketing & Communications team on the execution of PR strategies that align with organizational and department objectives. To be successful as a valuable member of the Marketing & Communications team, the Welcome Desk & Public Relations coordinator must be flexible and demonstrate an eagerness to learn in a fast-paced environment. Essential Functions: • Coordinates the first impressions for the organization o Meets and greets all arrivals in the lobby o Exceeds customer expectations and creates positive memories and impressions o Always projects an upbeat, friendly image and good energy o Is always courteous, respectful and well-informed Read more and apply here. (posted 7/31)

AJC Coordinator West Coast Florida:  Founded in 1906, AJC seeks to enhance the well-being of the Jewish people and Israel, and to advance human rights and democratic values in the United States and around the world. Among Jewish advocacy organizations, AJC is the leader in the global arena. We are known for our unparalleled access to diplomats, government officials, and faith leaders in more than 100 countries. In addition to our New York headquarters and Office of Government and International Affairs in Washington, D.C., AJC has offices across the United States and around the globe, and maintains partnerships with Jewish communities worldwide. The regional offices maintain the agency’s nationwide presence, attract leaders and donors to AJC, enhance the agency’s influence with key local, national and international decision makers and stakeholders, implement advocacy initiatives as the state/local level, establish and nurture community relationships and serve as AJC’s eyes and ears on the ground. The individual does all this while adhering to AJC’s core values: Respect, Teamwork, Integrity, Excellence, and Accountability. Major Functions: 1. Assist the Regional Director and all other regional staff with the implementation and execution of fundraising activities, advocacy programs, media initiatives, and all other regional office events and activities. 2. Assist the Regional Director with board member and donor recruitment and retention and create an atmosphere of service for all AJC stakeholders. Specific Responsibilities: Fundraising • Coordinate all of the logistical details for regional office campaign, including processing of pledges and keeping track of contributions, and inputting lists and data for numerous fundraising events. Accurately tracks donor cultivation into the notes of the Prospect Module in Raiser’s Edge. • Providing support for the fundraising professionals (this may include: mailings, menu development, Save-The-Date, seating charts, invitation design, etc.) • Keep track of RSVPs and donations for each event. Leadership Development/Community Relations • Interact with the board, membership, and the public. • Assist with writing of Press Releases, Opinion Editorials, Media Tracking, and maintains positive media relations. • Research prospective donors and potential honorees in the community.  Read more and apply here. (posted 7/30)

Selah Freedom, Human Resources Coordinator.  The HR Coordinator assists with and facilitates the human resources processes and procedures established for Selah Freedom employees. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with the management of Benefit plans in accordance with federal and state regulations. Process documents through payroll and insurance providers, make sure all insurance is up to date and in compliance. Performs customer service functions by answering employee requests and questions. Completes Forms I-9, verifies I-9 documentation and maintains I-9 files. Submit online investigation requests; run background checks. Assists with processing of terminations and performance review process. Assists in recruitment and interview process. Maintain employee files and HRIS programs and databases. Assist in Grant reporting for HR information along with payroll information. Assist with creating new/update policies, train Selah Employees on updated policies and procedures. Organize Onboarding Training.  Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree Minimum of 2 years’ experience in Administration role, HR experience preferred.  Working knowledge of PayCom or other HRIS programs. Experience working independently and effectively in a fast-paced, cross-cultural environment. Work Environment: Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities. The noise level in the work environment is low to moderate. Work Schedule - Monday thru Friday 8 am-4 pm. May be asked to work outside of regular work hours occasionally but will be given proper notice. Read more and apply here. (posted 8/2)

Selah Freedom: Residential Coach - Southeast - Full-time:  Provide support services for survivors of sex trafficking. Provide appropriate supervision of survivors residing in safe house and ensure policies and procedures are being followed at all times. Provide necessary transportation for survivors to and from a variety of places including, but not limited to, places of employment, medical appointments, classes, and community resources. Attend all mandatory staff meetings and trainings requested by the Residential Coordinator. Manage client documentation and reporting. Read more and apply here.  (posted 8/2)

Selah Freedom:  Residential Advocate - Southeast - Part-time.  The Residential Advocate is solely responsible for providing support to survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation in our residential program.  Essential Duties And Responsibilities:  Provide support services for survivors of sex trafficking. Provide appropriate supervision of survivors residing in safe house and ensure policies and procedures are being followed at all times. Provide necessary transportation for survivors to and from a variety of places including, but not limited to, places of employment, medical appointments, classes, and community resources. Attend all mandatory staff meetings and trainings requested by the Residential Coordinator. Manage client documentation and reporting. Read more and apply here.  (posted 8/2)

Selah Freedom:  Prevention Advocate - Southeast, Full-time.  Coordinate trainings, manage relationships and develop training opportunities in assigned regions.  Attend regular weekly and monthly organization meetings. Facilitate exploitation prevention trainings for youth grades K-12. Assist with special projects as assigned. Complete data collection and reporting accurately as outlined in the Prevention Manual.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 8/2)

Selah Freedom:  Residential Advocate -Midwest, Full-time:  The Residential Advocate is solely responsible for providing support to survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation in our residential program.  Essential Duties And Responsibilities:  Provide support services for survivors of sex trafficking. Provide appropriate supervision of survivors residing in safe house and ensure policies and procedures are being followed at all times. Provide necessary transportation for survivors to and from a variety of places including, but not limited to, places of employment, medical appointments, classes, and community resources. Attend all mandatory staff meetings and trainings requested by the Residential Coordinator. Manage client documentation and reporting. Read more and apply here.  (posted 8/2)

The Chorale of Venice - Executive Director:   The Executive Director is the operational leader of the Venice Chorale. The Executive Director is responsible for achieving the mission, goals, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include financial management, program management, fundraising administration, membership management, volunteer management, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.  Position Location: Work from home and designated office space in our rehearsal hall. Hours per week: Flexible – 16 hours per week (with stated “office hours”, and an understanding there are seasonal swings).   See full job description and apply here.  (posted 8/8)

Southeastern Guide Dogs - Grant Writing Assistant:  Southeastern Guide Dogs is seeking an administratively strong individual to join our team as a Grants Assistant.
This position is responsible for assisting the grant writer with the overall grant submission process, including editing, proofing, and assembling grant proposals, establishing and strengthening communication with grantors, researching potential grantors, maintaining a database of potential funding sources, entering and updating grant records, and helping to ensure accuracy and effectiveness in grant proposals. Duties: • Organize materials needed for grant LOIs and applications • Compile materials and narratives for grant reports • Assist in the record keeping in the Raiser’s Edge database • Manage a portfolio of 10-20 grants • Report activities to Grant Writer • Perform internal research to gather data for grants • Perform external research to identify potential funding sources • Assist in maintaining relationships with foundation trustees • Monitor deadlines for grant LOIs, applications, and reports
• Work with marketing department to create specific reports and collateral material for grant proposals and reports.  To Apply: Please include your cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample of 1-3 pages.   Read more and apply here.  (posted 8/8)

Client Services Manager, Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation, Sarasota The Client Services Manager (CSM) manages, trains and supervises onsite Foundation volunteers and staff. In addition, the CSM works closely with FCS clinics and oncology institutions across the state managing the patient application process for financial assistance including review and follow up, as well as payments, The CSM manages the budget for all fundraising events, processing payments and tracking attendees and sponsors. Strong customer service background and highly skilled in Excel, Power Point and online database systems such as Regpacks and DonorPerfect including statistical reporting. Applications are online at FLCancer.com. (posted 8/12) 

Volunteer Program Manager – Southwest Region, Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation, Sarasota The Volunteer Program Manager is responsible for recruitment, screening, training, scheduling and recognizing Patient Support volunteers in 17 FCS clinic locations. This position is also responsible for recruiting volunteers in the FCS Foundation office to provide administrative support for events and Client Services. Travel is required from Sun City to Naples. Applications are online at FLCancer.com. (posted 8/12) 

Animal Rescure Coalition:  ARC is seeking a part-time Program Coordinator to support a new collaborative rescue program. This newly created role will work under the direction of ARC’s executive director to establish and execute procedures and controls to ensure effective delivery of services, efficient use of funds and timely tracking of outcomes. The role will provide support for development activities, social media promotion, and board administration.  The ideal candidate will have experience in non-profit development and programming. He/She will use their strong communication and analytical skills to promote ARC’s new initiative to rescue groups, veterinary hospitals, and the community. While currently a part-time position, there is a potential for the role to expand to full-time in the future based on the success of the program and overall organizational growth. Read more here.   As with any role at ARC... must love dogs and cats! Send a cover letter (required) and resume to Mary@arcsrq.org (posted 8/12)

The Ringling - Development  Officer/Foundation Associate Director:  The Development Officer/Foundation Associate Director for Development will strategically execute a personal solicitation program resulting in philanthropic support by maximizing the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects for gifts at the $500,000 and up level, with a focus on Individual and Planned Giving. Will secure, on an annual basis, private support at the annual and major gift level and will be responsible for identification of potential prospects. The incumbent will be expected to uphold and exemplify the operating practices and mission of the Foundation.  Works with supervisor and the Executive Director of The Ringling to develop and execute strategic fundraising initiatives on behalf of the Museum, the University, and the Foundation. Establishes new relationships resulting in philanthropic revenue, maintains existing relationships in order to generate new revenue, and provides prospect/donor-related assessments for The Ringling and the FSU Foundation. Develops and coordinates an annual major gift plan, and an annual planned gift plan, for The Ringling, implementing fund-raising activities designed to meet an established goal of $1,000,000 or more. Includes management of all correspondence, marketing materials and online messaging. Identifies, qualifies and sustains a donor prospect pipeline of at least 125 prospects with a giving capacity of $500,000 or more. Works closely with the Development team to solicit Members and/or Annual Fund Contributors while establishing a cultivation strategy for increased giving. Focuses on $500,000 to $2,000,000 gifts from individuals for The Ringling. Secures gifts and pledges from alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of FSU and The Ringling. Exhibits and promotes a comprehensive understanding of the philanthropic priorities of The Ringling, effectively matching the specific interests of prospects to those needs.  Read more and apply here. (posted 8/12)

The Ringling - Foundation Senior Development Officer:   The Senior Development Officer will strategically execute a personal and corporate solicitation program resulting in philanthropic support by maximizing the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects for gifts at the $100,000 and up level. This individual will secure, on an annual basis, private support at the annual and major gift level and will be responsible for identification of potential individual, foundation and corporate prospects. The Senior Development Officer will be expected to uphold and exemplify the operating practices and mission of the Foundation.  Works with supervisor, Development Team, and the Executive Director of The Ringling to develop and execute strategic fundraising initiatives on behalf of the Museum, the University and the Foundation. Develops, coordinates and executes an annual major gift plan of the Ringling Center, implementing fund-raising activities designed to meet an established monetary goal.  Establishes new relationships resulting in philanthropic revenue, maintains existing relationships which may generate new philanthropic revenue, and provides prospect/donor-related assessments and feedback for the museum and the University. Identifies, qualifies and sustains a donor prospect portfolio with individuals who have a giving capacity of $100,000 or more. Secures gifts and pledges from alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of FSU and the Ringling Museum. Creates and manages Annual Fund plan for The Ringling.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 8/14)

Animal Rescue Coalition - Appointment Scheduler (PT) - Love animals? So do we! In this part-time position, you will book appointments and greet clients in our reception area. And while we do veterinary work, it's just spay/neuter, so there are no sad days!! On rescue day, you get to meet all the pet's that are on their way to new homes.  Job Duties • Schedule appointments under the direction of Program Manager • Answer all incoming calls professionally and route calls to other staff members in line with the clinic protocols • Enter client and appointment information into system accurately and consistently • Prepare patient forms and files ahead of their scheduled appointments for easy access when they arrive • Maintain the appearance and cleanliness of the lobby, reception area and front exterior entrance area. • Report any required repairs to the appropriate person • Re-stock products, office supplies, client education materials, brochures and other reception area items • Straighten IT/supply room regularly • Notify manager of low inventory levels • Record complete phone messages on phone system and respond to voicemails • Respond to emails and make appointments using email • Copy, fax or mail patient records at client request • Use the computer software system to accurately and efficiently search for information • Collect and organize client documentation and other material related to clinic billing • Check-in clients for appointments • Discharge of clients.  For more information click here.   Please send resume and cover letter to Mary@arcsrq.org (posted 8/13)