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


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 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. 

Scroll through the listings below. Each listing reflects a posting date.

USF (Tampa Campus) Development Officer:   This position will provide fundraising services for Diversity Initiatives in a collaborative manner across the USF system.  This includes annual giving, special gifts, major gifts, and deferred gifts.  This position will have a focus on raising funds on behalf of diversity scholarship initiates int eh range of $5,000-$25,000; however, general scholarship funds and or gifts at a higher rate can be secured.  This position is charged with working closely with the Black Leadership network (BLN) and the BLN Scholarship Program as well as working with other diverse communities and helping reach fundraising goals for those identified areas.  Identification, cultivation and solicitation of individuals to secure private philanthropic support to advance the University's goals and mission.  Travel as needed to meet with donors, alumni and prospective donors.  Read more and apply here. (posted 5/5)

Tidewell Hospice - Foundation Vice President:   Tidewell Hospice, a mission-driven non-profit hospice in sunny Southwest Florida, is seeking a Vice President of its Tidewell Foundation to be the senior leader of philanthropic results for the foundation. Now is an exciting time to join Tidewell's philanthropic team. The team is in the process of transitioning to create the Tidewell Foundation by July 1, 2020. This transition maximizes relationship and fundraising capabilities in support of Tidewell’s mission to provide care, comfort and compassion to patients, loved ones and community. The Tidewell Hospice programs extend far into the community, serving many who have not experienced a hospice service, and cover a four-county geographic area of SW Florida. Vice President will support the Foundation President and direct annual and major giving campaigns that expand the number of gifts and increase relationships and contributions to the Tidewell Foundation. The successful candidate will bring a fresh perspective and exciting new ideas, along with the ability to plan strategy, implement and manage a comprehensive giving program. The Vice President will possess strong interpersonal and customer service skills to build relationships with friends of Tidewell, working in conjunction with other senior leaders across Tidewell and its sister affiliate companies. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university, with master's degree preferred. Certified Fund Raising Executive certification is preferred. A minimum of three years’ experience in supervising development officers is required with demonstrated experience in successfully cultivating and closing major gifts, managing teams. Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/11)

Neuro Challenge Foundation - Office Manager:  Mission Statement: To Improve the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers, today.   Position Summary: The Office Manager is an integral part of the Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson’s dynamic team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Office Manager is responsible for the overall operations of NCF’s offices. Oftentimes, this position will act as the first impression of NCF and point person for the people we serve as well as donors, Board members and staff. Developing partner and donor relationships is also an important part of supporting Neuro Challenge’s culture of philanthropy.  Qualifications: Requires excellent interpersonal skills; ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment; organizational and writing skills; time management and prioritization skills; proficiency in Microsoft applications including Excel, Publisher and Word. Experience in a non-profit organization is preferred. Data base management experience is required.  The ideal candidate will embrace and embody Neuro Challenge’s Team Values: Accountability, Communication, Honesty, Mission Focused, Results Focused, Respect, Transparency.  Read more/apply here.  (posted 5/15)

New College Foundation - Director of Philanthropy:  The New College Foundation provides the necessary private funding to enable New College to continue providing an outstanding liberal arts and sciences education to high-achieving undergraduates from Florida and elsewhere. Through outright gifts, pledges and deferred giving, the New College Foundation raises critical funds for scholarships, faculty positions, academic programs, new buildings, student and faculty research and travel, and endowments, with more than $100 million in public and private funds raised since 1980. The New College Foundation is accepting applications for a Director of Philanthropy.  The Director of Philanthropy reports to the Associate Vice President of Advancement and Associate Director, New College Foundation, and is responsible for assisting in the planning, organizing, and executing the College’s fundraising program. The Director of Philanthropy is responsible for raising funds to support the Foundation’s fundraising plan, cultivating and soliciting prospects and being an active member of a highly efficient development operation. As the Director, you will identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospects and donors to New College Foundation and manage a portfolio of 120 donors and prospects including the development of a detailed strategy for top 25 prospects.  The Foundation also works with the community and alumnae/i across the world to provide research opportunities, internships, career advice and networking to New College students. The Foundation serves as a link to the broader community via its alumnae/i association, library association, and an ongoing series of public lectures, performances, and other events.
The review of applications is ongoing and will continue until the position is filled. For more information and to apply, visit and click on view employment opportunities. (posted 5/15)

Lemur Conservation Foundation – Executive Director:  The Executive Director will have overall strategic management and operational responsibility for the Lemur Conservation Foundation (LCF). Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director plans, coordinates, and directs the day-to-day operations and long-term management of the LCF. S/he will lead the strategic planning, advance the organization’s mission, oversee operations at home and abroad, and ensure and advance its financial sustainability. The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring that the LCF’s strategic plan, objectives and goals as approved by the Board are implemented and fulfilled. S/he will have broad knowledge of conservation/wildlife/primate programs, non-profit operations, and organizational business planning. The Executive Director is ultimately accountable for the fiscal health and stability of the LCF, ensuring its programs are developed, administered and completed according to plan and on budget. S/he serves as the primary liaison with the LCF’s Board of Directors, staff, various partners, other key stakeholders and the general public. To learn more about the full job description, qualifications, etc. please visit:  (posted 5/15)

JFCS - Jewish Financial Assistant Case Manager (PT) - Provide short-term case management, referrals and emergency financial assistance to identified members of the local Jewish community who are eligible for such assistance. Position is a component of JFCS’s Jewish Healing Program (JHP). Individual will work closely with the JHP Director and other JFCS staff in identifying funding and referral sources.  Experience: Two years experience in Human Services related field.  Physical Requirements: Ability to occasionally drive to home visits and as well as within the community for trainings and various organizational meetings. Education: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related area of concentration.  Duties & Responsibilities:  • Work closely with JHP Director in regard to screening and assessing clients to determine whether client is eligible for the program  • Recommend appropriate use of allotted resources for clients who are determined eligible as well provide referrals for those who, for a range of reasons, are not deemed eligible.  • Assist clients with a budgeting plan to control expenses and help enable them achieve financial self-sufficiency  • Establish a trusting relationship with clients so that financial circumstance can be managed effectively, sensitively and respectfully  • Case records must be maintained in accordance with JFCS standards  • Work closely with Program Director in monitoring outcome measures for the program, tracking and submitting statistics • Ability to comprehend bank and credit card statements.  • Comply with agency policies and procedures regarding confidentiality and the release of Protected Health Information (PHI) as required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) • Respond to intakes within 24 hours or next business day  • Help market JFA program within the Jewish Community • Empower service recipients to advocate on their own behalf. • Do limited follow-up of clients following rendered service(s) • Complete JFCS and COA required HIPAA and other trainings on annual basis  Required Skills:  • Ability to relate well with others including clients and colleagues  • Good time management  • Ability to relate with clients who may have multiple needs • Ability to prioritize tasks and follow through with requried tasks   • Ability to document in a timely fashion  • Computer proficiency  • Valid driver’s license  Contact Information:  Deborah Croce, Chief People & Culture Officer, (posted 5/15)

Family Promise of Sarasota - Director.  The Board of Trustees of Family Promise of Sarasota, FL, is in the process of searching for a Director. Family Promise helps homeless children and their families find sustainable, independent housing while providing temporary safe shelter, job search, and counseling. Our affiliate, which suspended its operation in December of 2017, has been rebuilt with 20+ faith congregations and will be ready to serve families starting in the fourth quarter, 2020. For job and application details, go to (posted 5/18)

Suncoast Humane Society - Development Director:  The Development Associate/Special Events reports directly to the Development Director. The duties and responsibilities of this position center on planning and managing events of varying sizes and purposes while achieving specific revenue and outreach goals. This position also includes administrative support for the Development Department, sending special mailings, invites, arranging meetings and appointments, prospect research and supporting the Director of Development in the execution of revenue generating plans.  To read more and apply click here. (posted 5/18)

Community Foundation of Sarasota County - Coordinator, Community Impact:  The Coordinator, Community Impact position is primarily responsible for providing administrative support to the Vice President, Community Impact as well as the Community Impact team. This includes maintaining the calendar and scheduling for the Vice President, Community Impact as well as meeting and greeting guests as they arrive. The Coordinator position works closely with team members on scholarships, grants and nonprofit services and has a supporting role in events organized by the Community Impact team to include nonprofit trainings, awards, and other community focused events. The Coordinator position also provides back up coverage to our Receptionist and regularly participates on internal staff committees. Competitive salary. Potential to grow into a full time position. To read more and apply, click here.  (posted 5/18)

Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation: This international rare disease group is looking to add a part-time development professional to our team. We prefer a CFRE who is willing to work on all levels ( database maintenance, donor cultivation, P&P development, oversight of Foundation events and support for peer-to-peer efforts, work with board of directors, manage a part-time staff and volunteers), but equivalent experience will be considered. We have a small office in Osprey for admin. support, however, this job can be done from home. May involve some travel. We are very flexible and have a wonderful community. We are almost 100% donor funded and ready to take next steps in our organizational growth. Please write if you’d like to hear more. (posted 5/26)

United Way of South Sarasota County - Resource Development Director:  United Way of South Sarasota County is mobilizing the power of our community to break the cycle of poverty. Our workplace is fast-paced, friendly, and adaptive. People with diverse backgrounds and abilities are encouraged to apply. Join us in giving everyone in our community the opportunity to live their best life. We are seeking a dynamic development professional to lead annual campaign efforts, marketing and events. Our Resource Development position is critical to the organization raising funds that make fulfilling our mission possible.  Read more here. (posted 5/26)

Project 180 - Development Coordinator:  Reporting to the Project 180 CEO and in collaboration with all Project 180 staff, the Development Coordinator (DC) will coordinate development efforts as the organization continues to grow. Specifically the DC will establish strong internal processes for the development program, organize fundraising events, support implementation of an integrated communication and fundraising plan, coordinate volunteers and donors, gain sponsors and essentially help Project 180 raise resources to achieve greater mission impact. This is a new position in which the DC will have the opportunity to craft and build the development position. Read more here.  (posted 6/2)