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Chapter Job Center

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 from Gainesville down to Ft. Myers.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Kim Noyes in the AFP office at 941-921-5410 or    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.


Director of Donor Engagement - Community Foundation of Sarasota County:  The Director of Donor Engagement is responsible for developing and furthering relationships with the Community Foundation of Sarasota County through existing donors, prospective donors, financial advisors, and the community at large. The primary focus will be relationship building and solicitation necessary to reach the organization’s goals.  Essential Functions: Identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards a portfolio of prospects, donors, and financial advisors to ensure personalized outreach. Implements donor engagement sessions like Third Thursday, At Lunch With, and other opportunities to engage donors with philanthropy. Develops and manages process and outreaches to strengthen donor and prospect relationships. Includes assigning all donors and prospects to a CFSC staff person and tracking outreach. Regularly represents CFSC at scheduled on-site and off-site social events and other related events before and after regular business hours on the weekdays and weekends. Utilizes the FIMS database to track and record relationships, builds donor profiles, and/or researches donor interests and giving patterns. Makes presentations to prospective donors and financial advisors, as needed.  Works with existing donors to grow their fund and/or create a future fund. Assists with the creation of marketing materials that target new and existing donors. Assists with development of policies and guidelines relating to donors and fund development. Works collaboratively with other CFSC team members to provide optimal donor support.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/25)

Administrative Assistant Philanthropy - Children First:  This position provides support to the Vice President of Philanthropy and the entire Philanthropy team in assisting and coordinating logistical and donor related needs. Such support includes development and implementation of office procedures, providing broad logistical support for events and managing the day to day aspects of the Philanthropy Department. The Vice President of Philanthropy will give guidance, direction and provide supervision to this position.  Education and Equivalent Experience: Preference given to those with a minimum Bachelor’s degree;  At least five years of professional experience preferred; Experience in a non-profit organization is preferred.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/25)

Database and Information Technology Coordinator (Half-Time Position) - Not-For-Profit Organization.  This is an outstanding opportunity to become a part of the professional staff team at a mid-sized national NFP entity providing support and services to enhance the quality of life of a segment of the population. This position is responsible for providing database support including training office staff, maintenance, running reports and maintaining computer and telephone/office equipment systems in the office.  Manage the organization’s data base and be a resource to the rest of the staff in terms of its capacity and procedures for how to most appropriately utilize the system’s functionality. Assist with the maintenance of procedures for properly entering data (to ensure consistency and for accurate reporting). Work with the accounting staff to ensure the interface with QuickBooks is utilized in such a manner that all required accounting needs are met. Ensure that the CRM software is utilized in a way that results in appropriate thank you letters, acknowledgements, etc. being distributed in an accurate and timely manner. Database and systems support including, but not limited to: Merging duplicates; ensuring that all mailing lists are accurate and free of duplications, Running reports including: Donor and membership reports when requested, Prepare and run queries and custom reports as needed, Help maintain back end of website, including: Ecommerce, Order tracking, Interface with Constant Contact, Maintains historical records by documenting hardware and software changes, Maintain computer system, in conjunction with outside vendor/consulting firm. Qualifications: Qualified candidates should possess the following: Bachelors Degree in computer science/technology from an accredited college or university and/or equivalent training and experience. The candidate should have a minimum of 2 to 3 years of relevant experience in computer technology, database maintenance, and other office technology products. Additional experience in desktop support, help desk, information technology or technical support is also a plus.  Prior experience in customer relationship marketing database software required.   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. Interested candidates can apply by emailing their resume, cover letter, and availability to work 20 hours per week to (posted 6/3)

JDAP Case Manager:  JDAP Case Manager is the contact and support clients need to begin a path to successful completion of the JDAP requirements. A master of time management with attention to detail and a passion for creating positive change in the community. Essential Job Functions: Manage a case load of up to 30 diverted youth by providing intensive supervision to youth through individual, collateral and parental contacts. Complete program entry paperwork on all youth within timeframe defined by Standard Operating Procedures.  Communicate with team and maintain knowledge of all available community resources, classes and groups. Attend and facilitate client classes as required. Make appropriate referrals to community agencies and follow-up within timeframe defined by Quality Improvement Standards. Ensure that youth is complying with all sanctions and goals as outlined on their plan, including curfews. Schedule and attend school related staffing, when needed. Maintain contact with all collateral services and Juvenile Justice Probation Officers as needed and within time frame defined by Quality Improvement Standards. Utilize and update internal electronic databases continuously and consistently with requirements, case details, etc. Electronically document, in detail, all case and field notes within 72 hours, utilizing the Juvenile Justice Information System. Read more and apply here.   (posted 6/3)

Senior Case Manager :  Senior Case Manager is a leader in The Bays Circuit Office. Able to guide as well as follow, the Senior Case Manager is an experienced and resilient problem-solver and mentor. A master at time management with attention to detail, and passion for creating positive change in the community.  Essential Job Functions: Manage a case load of approximately 20 diverted youth by providing intensive supervision to youth through individual, collateral and parental contacts. Serve as a trainer and mentor to newly hired and current Case Managers. Serve as backup to Circuit Supervisor and Case Managers as needed. Perform supervisory duties which may include: assigning cases, leading and participating in staffings, providing consultation to case managers, and ensuring that invoicing is completed accurately and in a timely manner. Supervise Case Managers, as needed. Complete program entry paperwork on all youth within time frame defined by Standard Operating Procedures. Ensure youth is complying with all sanctions and goals as outlined on their plan, including curfews. Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/3)

Cat Depot, the resource for rescue, adoption and education is looking for an experienced Executive Director to lead the area’s premier cat animal welfare organization. It has one of the largest feline-only rescue and adoption centers in the nation. Working with an engaged Board of Directors and staff, the Executive Director will have a minimum of (10) years of business management, senior level fundraising experience (CFRE Preferred), demonstrated leadership, and financial acumen. Having a demonstrated passion for animal welfare is needed.  Go to for a full job description. Submit a cover letter and resume to by June 25, 2018 (posted 6/2)

All Faiths Food bank is seeking an Executive Assistant/Board Liaison who reports directly to the CEO, performing diverse administrative and coordinating functions for several senior managers. Handles information related to confidential and sensitive matters. Coordinates a wide variety of project management support functions, is a centralized support role for All Faiths Food Board of Directors responsible for managing and coordinating board and board-related committee meetings, and board member communications. This position requires the ability to work professionally with the CEO, executive staff and the board of directors. Duties are complex, frequently time sensitive, and confidential in nature.  Go to for full job description under Current Searches. Submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to:, deadline June 22, 2018. (posted 6/2)

Key Chorale, Sarasota’s Symphonic Chorus, is seeking a part-time Business Manager to begin in July/August 2018. Working closely with Artistic Director Joseph Caulkins, the Business Manager will ensure a successful performance and event season for one of Sarasota’s fastest-growing arts organizations. The Business Manager’s primary role is to manage the administrative and financial framework and to develop donor and organizational relationships that can support an exciting season of masterworks and chamber concerts that includes collaborations with multiple major nonprofit organizations in the Sarasota community, including the Sarasota Orchestra, Sarasota Ballet, Circus Arts Conservatory, and Jewish Family and Children’s Services. In addition to their leadership role in maintaining Key Chorale’s robust concert season, the Business Manager will have the opportunity to play a critical role in expanding Key Chorale’s community impact by managing and continuing to develop outreach programs, from robust educational programming in partnership with Sarasota County Schools to health and wellness outreach with the Neuro Challenge Foundation. How to Apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to Marketing Manager Trish Ivey at with “Business Manager Position” in the subject line. (posted 6/7)

Behavioral Health Clinician: Provide clinical services, leadership, and support to assigned clients. Attend regularly scheduled client meetings (individual/family/group counseling sessions). Conduct biopsychosocial assessments on each client. Lead the treatment planning process for each client. Develop and implement prescribed individual, family, and group counseling services with client in accordance with standards of the industry and ethical guidelines of the American Counseling Association. Maintain relationship and communication with community agencies and continuously update community resources for clients. Provide written reports (daily, weekly, monthly) upon completion. Maintain documentation related to counseling activities within appropriate time frames, per Agency and Medicaid Requirements. Manage daily responsibilities by working independently without direct supervision. Attend all scheduled Agency meeting(s). Coordinate care with the treatment team, including the Clinical Director, Medical Director. Adhere to ALL Medicaid, HMO, and Agency documentation requirements. (Medicaid notes, treatment plans, etc.) Complete special projects as assigned. Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/7)

Treatment Coordinator - The Bays Florida.  The Treatment Coordinator provides confidential clinical services to specified BAYS’ clients. You are a leader, a coach, and a guide for our youth and families, promoting healthy lifestyles and healthy choices. You are skilled in empathy and emotional intelligence, and have a passion for creating positive change in your clients’ lives. Essential Job Functions: Provide clinical services, leadership, and support to assigned clients. Attend regularly scheduled client meetings (individual/group counseling sessions). Provide biopsychosocial assessments to each qualified client. Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/7)

Circuit Supervisor - The Bays Florida.  Circuit Supervisor set the tone and culture for their circuits and lead by example while understanding the circuit needs at a higher level. Master of JDAP operations, policies and procedures who identifies staffing needs and training opportunities proactively, and ensure the entire team is up to speed and on the same page. Essential Job Functions: Provide day-to-day supervision to Case Managers, Senior Case Managers and Consulting Clinicians to ensure caseloads are appropriately managed and program is meeting contract requirements. Read more and apply here. (posted 6/7)

JDAP Case Manager - the Bays Florida.   JDAP Case Manager is the contact and support clients need to begin a path to successful completion of the JDAP requirements. A master of time management with attention to detail and a passion for creating positive change in the community. Essential Job Functions: Manage a case load of up to 30 diverted youth by providing intensive supervision to youth through individual, collateral and parental contacts. Complete program entry paperwork on all youth within timeframe defined by Standard Operating Procedures. Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/7)

Parenting Educator:  The Parenting Program has an opening for a Parenting Educator. This position will be responsible for developing trusting, nurturing, and supportive relationships with families, providing the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life.  This individual must demonstrate the ability to work with parents and their young children in group and individualized settings, and must show the ability to engage families through a strength-based approach. Candidate must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Counseling, Early Childhood Education, Social Work, or related field and a minimum of 3 years of experience working with children and families. Please email your resume to Christina Rodrigues, Parenting Program Director at (posted 6/7)

Animal Rescue Coalition -Accountant: Reporting to the Executive Director, he/she will be responsible for the execution of all finance, accounting, and reporting activities. The Accountant will be involved in supporting presentations to the board finance and audit committee. Accountant will be responsible for all day-to-day finance operations including accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory and payroll. The Accountant will ensure that Animal Rescue Coalition has the systems and procedures in place to support effective program implementation, timely and accurate reporting, and flawless audits. The Accountant will work closely with clinic and program managers not only to educate them regarding finance and accounting procedures but also to explore how the finance function can support program operations. Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/7)

Director of Operations for the Education Foundation of Sarasota County.  The Director of Operations is a dynamic and multi-tasking professional who is passionate about education and can enthusiastically support the mission of the Education Foundation of Sarasota County which is to enhance the potential of students, promote excellence in teaching, and inspire innovation in education guided by strategic philanthropy. Reporting to the Education Foundation of Sarasota County President, the Director of Operations provides smooth and seamless office operations, creates a professional working environment, and supports the President in executing her duties. The Director of Operations primarily works as part of a team yet must be able to work independently with a positive professional attitude and mindset. See full job description on  Send cover letter and resume with salary expectations to by July 6, 2018. (posted 6/13)

A Life Story Foundation: Director of Outreach & Operations.  Experience: Preferably 3-5 years in the nonprofit sector.  Summary: The position requires the ability to be able to understand and process goals but able to dissect large ideas into tasks. It is imperative that the ideal person be well-versed and comfortable in business and social settings. Creativity and collaboration are equally as important being self-motivated and detail oriented. At this time, no health benefits are available but will be considered in the future. PTO may be accrued to earn paid time off. Position level: Reports directly to the CEO. Compensation: $45,000 with potential bonus. Responsibilities: Manage all marketing efforts; Outreach; Fundraising. Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/13)

The Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida is hiring a Community Specialist assigned to Lee (a portion of), Hendry, and Glades counties, responsible for developing and executing effective recruiting strategies to increase 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 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 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. Read more here.  (posted 6/15)

Mental Health Therapist (FT) – The Florida Center for Early Childhood is Seeking Seven (7) Full Time Positions Based at Sarasota County Elementary Schools- Positions will be housed at the elementary school. This position will provide support to children, families, and staff. Candidate must be confident working independently within the education system. Position will provide therapeutic services to children and families at school and/or home or office if better suited for the family. Strong foundation in providing trauma informed care is required. Candidate must possess a Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, counseling or related field. Therapists must be licensed or in the process of becoming licensed. Experience providing Mental Health services to children and families is required. Candidate must have a flexible schedule to accommodate families’ needs. Start date for this position is August 13, 2018. Fax resume (941)378-4919 or apply in person at 4610 17th St, Sarasota, FL 34235 EOE/DFWP (posted 6/19)

Housing Specialist – Port Charlotte Office.  The Housing Specialist is a key team member whose primary responsibilities include developing a housing stock of rentals for Veterans and assisting Veterans with the rental process. The Housing Specialist must engage property owners, building managers, real estate agents, and property management companies to build and maintain a database of units and landlords/property managers in the area. The Housing Specialist is required to work with the Veteran in their search for suitable housing, help facilitate the landlord/tenant relationship, and ensure understanding of tenant responsibilities and obligations. The Housing Specialist works with the entire Operation Military Assistant Program (OMAP) team to assist Veterans with furnishing their apartments and logistics of moving and coordinates with case managers regarding rent and follow-up to assure the apartment is well-maintained and lease obligations are being met. The Housing Specialist will take the lead in addressing any issues related to the property management aspect of the program. Please send resume to  (posted 6/19)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County - DJJ Data Specialist:   Manage all data entry for the Gang Prevention / Opioids Awareness, Initiatives and SMART Programs. Keep the DJJ – JJIS tracking system updated with all data of youth attending GPO, and Smart Programs current. Assist with monthly census and attendants reports, and quarterly measurement reports. Assure all locations have updated and current curriculums and all materials that are needed to run all programs. Maintain staff files needed for DJJ. Manage weekly hours under 2O hours per work week. Read more and apply here(posted 6/19)