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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 from Gainesville down to Ft. Myers.

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. 

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

Development & Event Manager, Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation, Lakewood Ranch.  The Development & Event Manager will manage project planning and logistics for FCS Foundation special events and fundraising/development initiatives. With the ultimate goal of generating revenue to the FCS Foundation, the Development & Event Manager will be involved in all facets to execute world-class events for the FCS Foundation. In addition this position will manage the Foundation's online donor tracking and event software to manage donor gifts and cultivate donors. The Development and Event Manager is also responsible for overseeing and executing online campaigns, applying for grants and increasing community awareness and communicating the Foundation's needs to drive the short-term and long-term financial development goals. Candidate does not have to be based out of Sarasota/Lakewood Ranch, FL. All applications are online at: flcancer.com/en/careersREQUIREMENTS: • 3-5 years of event planning experience. • 3-5 years of development, fundraising, donor cultivation and/or outside sales experience. • Strong organizational, verbal, and written communication skills; must be articulate and professional with a critical eye for detail • Attention to detail and a self-starter • Extensive travel in the state of Florida, and work on weekends and evenings occasionally required • Ability to inspire others to meet deadlines and to work with others to achieve consensus • Exceptional skills in Microsoft Office Suite (especially Excel) and online donor management database (Donor Perfect) • Must have a valid driver's license, reliable transportation, and comply with the provisions of the FCS Motor Vehicle Policy Preferred qualifications: • Bachelor's degree in Business, Management, Marketing or related field preferred. • Experience in working with senior leadership, executives and community leaders (posted 7/9)

Ear Research Foundation - Executive Director:  The Executive Director for the Ear Research Foundation is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, public relations, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors and currently oversees two part-time support employees and team of volunteers.  Management Recruiters - Mid Hudson Valley, an executive search firm focused solely in serving the nonprofit sector, is handling the search for this position.  Please go to their website for a full position description and application information.  Click here.  (posted 7/12)

Southeastern Guide Dogs seeks a highly organized, self-motivated Volunteer Services Assistant to help with the recruitment, education and support of our 300+ campus volunteers. Volunteers assist in various capacities across campus—including cleaning kennels, preparing diets, working hands-on with our dogs, leading tours, answering phones, driving shuttles, etc. The Volunteer Services Assistant will provide administrative support by processing volunteer applications, entering monthly hours, RSVP’ing volunteers for trainings, auditing volunteer records, assisting with volunteer surveys, creating volunteer badges and maintaining physical inventories. Typical job duties will also include answering general inquiries, performing regular campus rounds, and assisting volunteers with scheduling questions, shift changes, and day-to-day communications. The ideal candidate will have at least one year’s experience in office administration, preferably in a non-profit setting. Experience managing volunteers is preferred, but not required. Additional qualifications include meticulous attention to detail, the ability to successfully track and maintain multiple deadlines, web-based software proficiency, and excellent organizational, logistical, and interpersonal skills.  Apply here.  (posted 7/13)

Girl Scouts Gulfcoast Florida - The Volunteer and Troop Support Specialist supports new and existing volunteers to ensure the delivery of a nationally consistent quality leadership experience that achieves positive girl outcomes and reaches increasing numbers of girls.  She/he is responsible for the training, retention, and recognition of volunteers committed to the Girl Scout movement and Girl Scout Leadership Experience.  The Specialist is a superior communicator and solution-oriented, and works collaboratively and efficiently to provide an exceptional customer experience. This full time position is currently open and requires ability to work for extended periods of time at a keyboard/phone/workstation and perform tasks in a busy office environment where noise level is moderate.  Council office hours are Tuesday-Friday from 7:30am-5:30pm (36 hours) and will require occasional evening or weekend hours, and less than 10-percent travel.  Minimum hire rate is $16 per hour with a generous talent package including benefits and time off.  Explore the council website to become knowledgeable about our inspiring mission and activities – www.gsgcf.org.  For immediate consideration, email your resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in this position to hr@gsgcf.org.  EOE/Drug Free Workplace.  (posted 7/18)

Corporate and Special Events Officer:  Sarasota Opera is seeking to hire a new full time staff position in the Development Department who is responsible for ensuring the successful execution of all special events as well as obtaining corporate sponsorships and providing their stewardship.  Duties include planning special events (fundraisers, donor appreciation and cultivation events), coordinating with board members, committees, sponsors, staff, and vendors, and creating new opportunities for special event fundraising.  Officer will utilize events to support donor identification, cultivation and stewardship and participate as a member of the development team with all donor relations. Salary:  Competitive salary and benefits.  EOE To apply send your resume, a cover letter explaining your interest and the names and contact information for three references to soajobs@sarasotaopera.org.  Applications accepted until filled.  Position scheduled to begin in late August or September. (posted 7/24)

The Child Protection Center, Inc. is seeking a Community Engagement Associate that will assist the Development Director in production of fundraising events, building relationships with corporate and community supporters, and contributing to overall donor cultivation. BA/BS degree in Non-Profit, Marketing, Business Administration or related degree preferred.  Competent in social media and Microsoft Office software – Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Proficiency in Raiser’s Edge or similar data base software preferred. Minimum of two years’ experience in special event planning in nonprofit and community-based fundraising, and outreach or education experience preferred. Ideal professional candidate possesses excellent communication skills, attention to detail and strong interpersonal skills. The Child Protection Center is an EOE.  Please email resume and letter of interest to Sheila Miller at sheilam@cpcsarasota.org (posted 7/24)

Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services CenterReception and Administrative Assistant:  The Receptionist & Administrative Assistant (RAA) serves as the first impression to all guests, visitors, and callers. This position works closely with the public, the campus agencies, all employees of G/S. The RAA will be stationed at and coordinate all front desk functions, including answering phones, greeting guests, and clerical responsibilities. The RAA must be personable, creative, flexible, and highly organized, with excellent interpersonal, computer, writing, administrative, and communication skills. The RAA reports directly to the COO and will adhere to policies established by the Board of Directors as well as to the organization’s goals and objectives. Read more: RECEPTION_ADMIN_ASSISTANT.pdf   Cover letter and resume to:  Dr. Kameron Hodgens, Executive Director, khodgens@gs-humanservices.org (posted 7/24)

Girl Scouts  Gulfcoast Florida - The Volunteer and Troop Support Specialist supports new and existing volunteers to ensure the delivery of a nationally consistent quality leadership experience that achieves positive girl outcomes and reaches increasing numbers of girls.  She/he is responsible for the training, retention, and recognition of volunteers committed to the Girl Scout movement and Girl Scout Leadership Experience.  The Specialist is a superior communicator and solution-oriented, and works collaboratively and efficiently to provide an exceptional customer experience. Qualified candidate will be committed to providing an exceptional customer service experience, has a minimum of two years of relevant experience, and will demonstrate competencies in customer service, volunteer relationship management and/or human resource management, training and development, collaborative project management, and interpersonal skills.  Qualified candidate will possess superior written/verbal communication skills and be able to perform accurate data entry and utilize data management software (Salesforce); proficient computer operation skills and Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; and will be highly organized, self-directed, and a team player that will contribute to a positive organizational leadership culture.  Candidate bilingual in Spanish and knowledgeable of culture is desirable. Read more here.  (posted 7/24)

Philanthropy Data Analyst.  Tidewell Hospice, a mission-oriented non-profit hospice in sunny Southwest Florida, is seeking a Philanthropy Data Analyst to support Tidewell’s giving program. The Philanthropy Data Analyst uses data entry, gift classification, donor research, database maintenance and report generation to support the organization’s donor stewardship and retention efforts. The successful applicant will have strong organizational, analytical and data entry skills with attention to detail and accuracy. Applicants must be a high school graduate or hold a GED equivalent. Associate degree preferred. A minimum of two years data entry and/or mid-level administrative clerical experience is required. Experience in a not-for-profit philanthropy environment is preferred.  Cover letter and resume to Eric Hugan, Tidwell Hospice, ehugan@tidewell.org (posted 7/26)

Philanthropy Officer – Annual Giving.  Tidewell Hospice, a mission-oriented non-profit hospice in sunny Southwest Florida, is seeking a Philanthropy Officer to expand Tidewell’s annual giving program. The Philanthropy Officer – Annual Giving will plan and implement programs that increase contributions to Tidewell. The successful candidate will initiate processes to expand the number of gifts, increase current giving levels, gain new donors, retain current and regain lapsed donors. The Philanthropy Officer-Annual Giving will be responsible for maintaining a high level of customer service, interacting with donors and building relationships with friends of Tidewell. Exceptional oral, written and interpersonal skills are a must. Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and possess a minimum of four years’ experience in development with an established record of fundraising success with a focus on individual giving. Certified Fund Raising Executive certification is preferred. Cover letter and resume to Eric Hugan, Tidewell Hospice, ehugan@tidewell.org (posted 7/26)

Community Foundation of Sarasota County:  The Coordinator, Donor Engagement is responsible for providing administrative functions supporting the Donor Engagement Team. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: maintaining a tracking system for prospect, donor and professional advisor outreach; working with the Events Coordinator to ensure successful events; working with donors to secure appointments with members of the Donor Engagement Team; conducts donor research; supports all members of the Donor Engagement Team. All interested candidates should complete an application through the Community Foundation’s recruitment website and include a current resume and cover letter. Please apply online at www.CFSarasota.org For additional information or questions, please contact Amy Helms, Manager, Human Resources and Office AHelms@CFSarasota.org (posted 7/26)

Board members for Sarasota K-9 Search and Rescue – Sarasota K-9 Search and Rescue assists local, state and national first responders with a professional, well-organized, and well-trained team.  The team has a strong bond to ensure the safest and most positive outcome to every mission.  We work to find the lost and bring them home.  Sarasota K-9 Search and Rescue is looking to welcome additional motivated board members that possess our same passion.  Board members are expected to attend board meetings and assist with fund raising events throughout the year.  Prior to election, board members must attend either two general meetings or one general meeting and one training exercise.  Please submit a resume to Sonya Kristie at sonykr3@yahoo.com if you are interested. (posted 7/27)

Communications Director  The South Florida Museum and Bishop Planetarium is seeking an individual to enhance the Museum’s visibility in the region. The position is responsible for public relations and marketing for all aspects of the Museum’s exhibitions, events, educational programs, membership and development activities and oversight of the website. The Museum will launch a new brand and open a new wing in June 2019. Goals include increasing nonpaid media coverage, attendance, membership and program participation, creating a new website, launching the new brand and creating effective communications to support fundraising. Candidate must be well organized, have strong writing, interpersonal and effective communication skills, outstanding attention to detail, strong analytical thinking abilities, experience managing social media, public speaking skills and work well as part of a team.  A minimum of 5 years of public relations/communications experience, knowledge of InDesign  and experience managing contractors preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to MWells@SouthFloridaMuseum.org. (posted 7/27)

Meals on Wheels Plus -Life Enrichment Assistant:  Assists in planning, organizing and conducting therapeutic activities designed to keep
Clients active and enhance their quality of life.  Major Responsibilities 1. Assists in planning and implementing group and individual activities based on Functional needs and interests of clients. 2. Carries out the plan of care; observes and reports observation of clients to Life Enrichment Coordinator and/or Nurse. 3. Assists clients with limited activities of daily living. 4. Cleans kitchen after each meal and snack as assigned and participates in the serving of the meal. Checks kitchen and bathrooms daily to determine supplies needed. 5. Assists with the daily operation and activities of the Adult Day Center. 6. Participates in staff meetings, in-service training and other relevant training. 7. Works with volunteers to facilitate training in activities and promote utilization of skills. 8. Participates in daily record keeping and documentation of clients. 9. Cleans facility at the end of each day (according to the posted task list). 10. Acts as a substitute Activity Coordinator for our Friendship Dining Centers when necessary. 11. May perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements
High school diploma or general education degree (GED), 2 years of experience working in the aging field,Special Skills, Tools, Technology Requirements, • Must participate in Dementia/Alzheimer’s training within 90 days of hire. • Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. • Ability read, write and communicate using the English language.
• Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. • Basic computer skills required (i.e. Microsoft Windows including Excel and Word) • Must demonstrate an interest in working with the senior population • Interacts with participants and staff in a courteous and friendly manner. • Maintains confidentiality adhering to HIPPA requirements. • Responds promptly to client needs. • Must have knowledge of various social and therapeutic activity programs. • Must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously. • Must have ability to problem solve. • Must train and become First Aid and CPR certified. • Supports organization’s goals and values. • Must be able to push up to 350 pounds (wheelchair). • Must be able to stand for long periods at a time. • Must be able to bend and lift 25 pounds. • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision. • Proof of a negative TB test within 45 days prior to hire.  Resume and cover letter to:  Bill Grenier, bgrenier@mealsonwheelsplus.org  (posted 7/27)

Meals on Wheels Plus - Client Services Manager: To complete a face to face initial and yearly assessment on individuals in need of nutritional services and make appropriate referrals for all other services needed.  Major Responsibilities Establish contact with individuals in need of services to schedule a face to face assessment within the parameters of client case management program. Complete an accurate assessment on all eligible clients and make the appropriate referrals to ADRC. Visit current clients face to face at a minimum of once per year to complete reassessment. Provide advocacy for older, homebound, isolated persons. Utilize the data management software and maintain HIPPA compliance. Perform clerical responsibilities as they relate to Client Services program. Cross-train in the functions of CIRTS reporting, including cross-training to fill in for the CIRTS reporting for the Client Services Manager. Maintain a schedule of appointments and office time according to the master schedule as maintained by the Client Services Manager. Perform outreach by locating individuals in the community that need of Meals on Wheels Plus services as needed. May perform other duties as required by workload and supervisor. Minimum Requirements:   High School diploma or equivalent. 2 years case management experience. Valid drivers' license with a reliable automobile required. Skills, Tools, and Technology Requirements: Ability to work independently, and interact with elderly and handicapped people while gathering confidential information with discretion and compassion. Ability to perform data entry with complete accuracy. Able to read maps and follow directions. Must be detail oriented. Must be computer literate and able to demonstrate excellent telephone skills. Must have a good working knowledge of various types of office equipment. Ability to assess the social and economic needs of individuals and accurately document these findings. Ability to obtain certification in UCAT training applicable to the position requirements. Must have very good oral and written communication skills and be able to follow directions. Must be able to bend, lift, carry, push and pull 25 lbs or 50 lbs with assistance. Bi-lingual preferred. Resume and cover letter to Bill Grenier, bgrenier@mealsonwheelsplus.org (posted 7/27)

Youth Development Professional:  The Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County is seeking a part-time Youth Development Professional (YDP) to plan, implement, facilitate, and supervise activities and events in Teen Programming. The YDP will promote the safety of members, the quality of programs, and the appearance of the Club at all times. Responsibilities of the position include: Coordinate program services and cooperative learning activities for members that are both fun and instructional; Promote program participation; Establish positive relationships with members, and their parents and/or guardians; Provide guidance and role modeling for members. Requirements of the position include: 2 years of relevant work experience; Belief in the mission, principles, values and standards of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County; Must possess excellent leadership, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills; Demonstrated competencies in community outreach; Ability to organize, plan, and implement a multi-faceted work load; Ability to work non-traditional hours. Interested candidates may submit a cover letter and resume to Suriya Khong, Director of Teen Outreach, skhong@bgcsarasota.com. No calls, please. (posted 7/31)

Suncoast Partnership - Oneby1 Coordinator.   The person in this position will be responsible for overall project management of the Oneby1 coordinated entry system for Sarasota and Manatee Continuum of Care. Work closely with the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive Officer, and other Suncoast Staff, as well as the community, in the overall implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Oneby1 Coordinated Entry System. Provide daily oversight to the Oneby1 Coordinated Entry System including monitoring new intakes, reviewing prioritization and by-name lists, and working with service providers. Ensure the Oneby1 policies and procedures are being carried out by all participating service providers. Facilitate weekly Oneby1 case conferencing. Work closely with the service providers within the Continuum of Care to provide system support as needed. Serve as an advocate for all participants in the Oneby1 system by making appropriate housing referrals in HMIS and following client progress through monitoring of the HMIS prioritization and by-name list. Attend scheduled meetings and events within the community. Provide community education and outreach regarding the Oneby1 system throughout the CoC. Participate in all required trainings. Attend work-related conferences and seminars on behalf of Suncoast Partnership (may include regional and out of state overnight travel). Perform any other duties as assigned. Ability to establish and maintain relationships with collaborative partners in a professional manner; Strong communication skills; Good documentation skills; Comfort with technology and operating computer based programs; Ability to multi-task and be flexible; Knowledge of the resources available in the community; Ability to work independently and to take direction; Sensitivity to service populations and socio-economic issues; ability to recognize, understand, and control one’s biases; Strong project management and/or coordination skills; A bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent relevant work experience; Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate vehicle insurance.  Please note:  A cover letter must be submitted or your resume will not be considered. Interested candidates may submit their cover letter with resume by email to: Jackie@SuncoastPartnership.org.  To learn more about our agency, please visit www.SuncoastPartnership.org (posted 7/31)

Maintenance Assistant, Meals on Wheels Plus of Manatee: FULL TIME M-F 7 AM – 3:30 PM  $14.00/hr.  Minimum qualifications:  High School Diploma or equivalent, 2 years experience in maintenance trades, available to work nights and/or weekends as needed.  Individual will be responsible for assisting the Maintenance Director with routine building and grounds maintenance and repair for Company owned/leased properties; apply preventative maintenance to keep machinery and equipment in good working order; assist with internal department and office moves and assist in warehouse tasks as needed. Must have a basic knowledge of building systems, maintain a clean driving record, maintain a willingness to learn and follow directions and be able to lift 50 lbs. If interested please forward your resume along with 3 references. Bill Grenier bgrenier@mealsonwheelsplus.org (posted 8/1)

Sustainability Facilitator: Girls Inc. of Sarasota County is seeking a part-time Sustainability Facilitator. This position would be responsible for working directly with youth, ages 5 – 14, and facilitating lessons that educate and promote conservation, sustainability, and environmentalism. Must be available from M – Th, 2:00 – 6:00 PM. Position would ideally start on August 15th. There is an option for additional hours throughout the year as well. This person must be passionate about educating youth about our environment and how to protect it. For more information, please contact Jamie at jamie@girlsincsrq.org. (posted 8/1)

Development Associate-Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation:  The Development Associate serves as a key support role working closely with other team members to further the mission and goals of the Healthcare Foundation. The position is responsible for all office reception related functions which include answering phones and clerical tasks while serving as the first impression to all guests, visitors, and callers. The Development Associate engages with staff, donors, volunteers and hospital employees to advance philanthropic relationships, assists in coordinating fundraising activities and provides day to day administrative support for the Healthcare Foundation. To learn more about the position and qualifications click here. (posted 8/2)

Chief Accounting Officer for All Faiths Food Bank:  Provides leadership for financial reporting and operations of the organization, including managing all day to day financial and accounting functions, recording and reporting for AFFB, in accordance with GAAP and other regulatory requirements. The CAO works closely with the CEO, the Treasurer of the board, the Finance Committee, the entire Board of Directors and senior leadership in ensuring the oversight and management of the finances of AFFB through the provision of accurate and timely financial reports. We are looking for a team player with strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to see the ‘big picture’ in the execution of their duties.  Finance, Leadership and Management is crucial for this position. The CAO must be able to demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively with development, operations and programs executives to create budgets and department reports, provide strategic direction, and support the mission. The position is also responsible for managing human resources, IT and administrative functions. Go to MBJgroup.com for a complete job description under Current Searches. Please send resume and cover letter to Karen@MBJGroup.com by August 24, 2018. (posted 8/5)

Embracing Our Differences seeks a detail oriented, highly organized individual with excellent people skills who will provide input, support and organization to the Executive Director and the agency as a whole. This position provides support in assisting and coordinating logistical and donor/volunteer related needs. Such support includes development and implementation of office procedures, database administration, providing broad logistical support for events and volunteer programs. The Executive Director will give guidance, direction and provide supervision to this position. Duties are complex, frequently time sensitive, and confidential in nature. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including excel is required. Some database experience preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the following, are also valuable: The ability to work harmoniously with agency personnel, community stakeholders and other interested parties; Strong problem solving, organizational and time management skills with excellent attention to detail; The ability to work independently. Education and Equivalent Experience: Bachelor’s degree and at least five years of professional experience preferred; experience in a non-profit organization is a plus. Read more here.   Submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to: Sarah@EmbracingOurDifferences.org, deadline August 30, 2018. (posted 8/6)

Mental Health Community Centers, Inc. in Sarasota, FL is searching for an Executive Director/CEO.  Reporting to the MHCCI Board of Directors, the Executive Director/CEO ensuresthatMHCC'sfiscal,marketing,programmatic,fundralsing,humanresources,andtechnologystrategiesare effectivelyimplementedacrossallsegmentsoftheorganization.  The Executive Director oversees four community centers in Sarasota, Venice, North Port and Arcadia that provide drop-in community wellness programs for individuals managing their mental health. MHCCI is seeking a leader with demonstrated executive and management experience, impeccable character, outstanding public relations and communications skills and the ability to represent MHCCI in local, regional and national settings.  The successful candidate will have a bachelors or masters degree in an appropriate field, five years of administrative and staff management experience and experience with private and government grant sources.  Experience in Mental Health, Public Health Administration, Non-Profit or related field preferred.  Additional information and a full job description is available on the MHCCI website https://mhcci.com. The position is available immediately.  Send letter of application, resume and salary requirements to Steve Klindt, President, Board of Directors, MHCCI, 240 S Tuttle Ave # B, Sarasota FL 34237 or via email to sklindt@mhcci.com (posted 8/9)

Southeastern Guide Dogs seeks a highly organized, self-motivated Volunteer Services Manager to facilitate the continuing education, recognition and support of our 300+ campus volunteers.  Volunteers assist in various capacities across campus—including cleaning kennels, preparing diets, working hands-on with our dogs, leading tours, answering phones, driving shuttles, etc. The Volunteer Services Manager will provide leadership and guidance to these volunteers by developing and facilitating trainings and special events, publishing monthly newsletters, creating and updating online resources, and managing our volunteer recognition programs. Typical job duties will also include providing catered career development assistance to volunteers, as well as delivering managerial and training support to staff members who supervise on-campus volunteers on a daily basis. The ideal candidate will have at least 2-3 years of volunteer management experience in a non-profit setting. Additional qualifications include exemplary written and verbal communication skills, the ability to successfully track and maintain multiple deadlines, web-based software proficiency, and excellent organizational, logistical, and interpersonal skills.  Apply online here. (posted 6/9)

Southeastern Guide Dogs:  We are seeking an Associate Director of Philanthropy to join our Corporate Philanthropy Team. The role of the Corporate ADP is to acquire, cultivate, steward and retain long-term, philanthropic partnerships between Southeastern Guide Dogs and regional corporations, with a focus in the St. Petersburg and Tampa markets. Corporate ADP’s report to our Director of Philanthropy who reports to our Vice President of Philanthropy. Responsibilities include: Cultivating and strengthening current corporate relationships. Developing new corporate partners. Identify, cultivate and engage new supporters – including individuals, corporations, foundations and sponsors – in the key markets of Tampa and St. Petersburg. Participating in internal and external functions that highlight corporate philanthropic opportunities. Contributing to Southeastern Guide Dogs’ fundraising goals through successful business partnerships. Assist in managing the Havana Nights fundraising event and Superheroes On Parade campaign. Recommending new funding opportunities and participating in fundraising and marketing activities. Special projects as assigned. Read more and apply here.  (posted 8/9)

Marketing and Development Manager (FT). The Florida Center for Early Childhood is currently seeking a Full Time Marketing & Development Manager. This position is responsible for enhancing the positive reputation of the organization, increasing awareness, and supporting fundraising efforts; Developing and implementing strategic marketing and communications plans, managing special events, and increasing community engagement opportunities; Managing the appearance of all agency print and electronic materials such as letterhead, use of logo, brochures, email signatures, etc. to present a consistent and professional image. The ideal candidate will be an energetic, creative, motivated team player, who is constantly striving for excellence. Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, public relations, or similar field from an accredited 4-year university and 5 years of professional experience in related field, preferably with nonprofit organizations. Fax (941)378-4919, drop off resume at 4620 17th Street, Sarasota, FL 34235 or email at gigi.gillis@thefloridacenter.org.  EOE/DFWP (posted 8/9)