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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 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.

Community Foundation of Sarasota County.  The Manager, Communications and Marketing position is responsible for managing a multi-pronged communication approach that includes traditional media (print & broadcast), new media (email, newsletters, etc.), social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), graphic design, and other communication tools that ultimately enable the Foundation to reach its target audiences in a manner consistent with its Brand Promise. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits including insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, 401K match and more! The Community Foundation of Sarasota County has been named one of the 2018 Best Places to Work in Sarasota-Manatee! This year’s list is made up of 27 companies, and if you’re counting, we came in at #12.  CFSC has been a respected philanthropic force since its founding in 1979. By providing a highly personalized link between donor’s dreams and the community’s needs, CFSC has helped ensure that people of vision and means have a trusted partner in their commitment to having an enduring impact on the community and causes they treasure. CFSC also believes that everyone can be a philanthropist, not just those with means. Accordingly, CFSC purposefully champions the community goals of its donors, committed at every turn to helping individual community investors achieve the maximum impact for the philanthropic dollars they entrust to the Foundation. Read more and apply here. (posted 1/14)

All Faiths Food Bank Development Assistant available at All Faiths Food Bank. This part- time, non-exempt position works with the Development Department to provide general administrative support for the development and marketing team. This position is part-time, averaging 15 hours a week, with the likelihood of additional hours at peak times. For full job description and how to apply visit here  (posted 1/14)

Sarasota Ballet - Director of Development. The Sarasota Ballet seeks an experienced, highly-motivated, goal-oriented and energetic Director of Development with a proven track record of success in annual and major gifts, foundation and corporate campaigns. We are seeking a professional with a highly cooperative spirit, strong communication and relationship-building skills, a forward-thinking approach, the ability to relate to multiple constituencies and to represent the Ballet with tact, diplomacy and passion. The successful candidate will be able to convey enthusiasm for the mission and role of the Sarasota Ballet and will be able to convey detailed knowledge and passion about the Ballet’s work. The Development Director of Development leads the development team and works in consultation with the Executive Director to design and implement a comprehensive development program to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospects and donors for major gifts in support of the Ballet’s priorities. The Director will work to develop a dynamic and multi-platform strategy to engage foundations, corporations and individuals to secure needed funding .  Skills and ExperienceBachelors degree in related field. 5 or more years of development experience demonstrating success in multiple facets of fundraising (annual campaigns, major gifts, institutional giving, special events, etc.), preferably, although not necessarily, in a performing arts or other cultural environment. Strong organizational skills. Computer skills: Razor’s Edge; MS Office, Google Apps suite. Should be able to balance multiple projects simultaneously, using judgment to determine priorities, and successfully moving multiple high-priority projects forward together. Able to assess the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the best course of action. Superb verbal and written communication skills. Proven success interacting with the public and donors with a focus on excellent stewardship. Comfort with public speaking and ease and elegance in written and verbal communication. Demonstrated success in building and overseeing a strong and healthy development team. Compensation and BenefitsSalary commensurate with experience. Vacation, sick leave, medical, dental, vision. Optional 401k. To Apply: Please email cover letter, resume, writing sample and salary requirements to subject line should read Director of Development. No phone calls please. (posted 1/15)

The Drug Free Manatee Board of Trustees is seeking a highly qualified and dynamic professional for the position of Executive Director.  To apply, please send resume with a cover letter to Sharon Kramer, 1112 Manatee Avenue West, Suite 303, Bradenton, Florida 34205 or email  Overview:  Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Drug Free Manatee, staff, programs, and execution of its mission.  The Executive Director will promote the activities and sustainability of Drug Free Manatee including outreach, education, prevention, service delivery, capacity building, community action and systems change. Qualifications (Skills and Characteristics) Master’s Degree preferred in Non Profit Administration, Education, Public Health, Human Services or related field with management experience, tract record of effectively leading a performance/outcomes-based organization and staff.  The successful candidate will be a Certified Prevention Professional (CPP) or be willing to obtain the ICRC certification through the Florida Certification Board upon hire.  Candidates should have an understanding of grant funding and be familiar with substance abuse and mental health systems.  (posted 1/15)

Forty Carrots Communications Coordinator.  Forty Carrots Family Center seeks a detail oriented, highly organized individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills who will support the Agency as a whole while working as a part of the Development team.  Primary responsibilities include coordination of all Agency communications and the ability to clearly articulate the Forty Carrots’ mission. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including excel is required. Some database experience preferred.  Prior communications, administrative and writing experience required, preferably with a non-profit. Preference will be given to those with a minimum Bachelor’s degree.  This full time position is a direct report to the CEO.  Must be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously, be self-motivated and have the ability to work independently in a fast paced environment, while being part of a close knit team.  Please send resume to  For more information and to read the full job description, please visit our website,  (posted 1/15)

Habitat for Humanity Sarasota Position Description: Mortgage Loan Originator (Homeowner Services Coordinator)  Position Reports To: Program Director  Position Status: Full-time, non-exempt position with benefits. Salary is commensurate with experience. Habitat for Humanity of Sarasota, Inc. (HFHS) is an equal opportunity employer. Job Summary: The Homeowner Services Coordinator supports the Homeowner Services Department in the role of a mortgage loan processor and loan officer for HFHS. Habitat’s model is to provide loans to our homeowner candidates to purchase the affordable home in which Habitat builds at zero percent interest. This position will interact with the following departments:  Construction, Finance, Communications, Volunteer Services and Development, along with the Homeowner Services Committee during the homeownership candidate process.  Read more here. (posted 1/15)

Meals on Wheels Plus - Controller/HR Director:  Meals on Wheels Plus (MOWP) is dedicated to the mission of assisting individuals to live independently by providing nutrition and caring, supportive services. We currently have an exciting opportunity available for a Controller / HR Director. This is a comprehensive, “hands on,” management position, responsible for supervision and delivery of all accounting, grant reporting, IT, HR, payroll and risk management functions. Education/Experience: • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting • Minimum 5 years experience in Accounting • Supervisory Experience • Non-profit and HR experience preferred • Experience with accounting software; Blackbaud Financial Edge, a major plus.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 1/19)

The School District of Manatee County is currently seeking a Specialist/Manager of Health Services to serve as the manager and liaison for the inaugural School-Based Health Center, a partnership between the School District and a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). The candidate must possess a current FL license as an RN and a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an accredited educational institution. Experience in school nursing preferred. Read more and apply here. The posting’s end date is January 27, 2019. Only candidates that apply online will be considered. (posted 1/19)

The Ringling - Senior Development Officer.  The Senior Development Officer is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding donors, including individuals, corporations and foundations, for gifts of $50,000 or more, concentrating on the current fundraising initiatives yet also accommodating donors’ wishes to contribute to scholarship, gifts of art and any other strategic initiative.   The Senior Development Officer represents Ringling College of Art and Design in campus activities, community events and organizations that further the development of major gift donors to Ringling College; participates and takes a leadership role in community activities that provide contact with major donor prospects; and routinely speaks at community and fundraising events which may include audio visual presentations. This position requires sensitive interaction with a variety of internal and external constituencies. Read more and apply here.  (posted 1/20)

South Florida Museum - Major Gifts Officer. The South Florida Museum and Bishop Planetarium, an important part of the area’s educational, economic and cultural landscapes, is growing, opening a new wing in 2019 and enhancing its service to the region. The Museum is seeking a Major Gifts Officer to join its Community Engagement Team. The MGO will cultivate, solicit and steward existing donors while developing new supporters and funding opportunities. S/he will manage a pool of approximately 150-200 individuals seeking Annual Fund, Capital support and planned gifts, and will be expected to make a minimum of 60 major gift solicitations per year with an emphasis on leadership level annual gifts as well as multi-year pledges. The Museum’s philosophy is to create strong, long-term relationships with its supporters. The MGO will work closely with the CEO, members of the Board of Trustees, development and program staff. Candidate must have a minimum of 10 years of fundraising experience with at least 3 years working with major gifts; excellent oral, written communication and presentation skills; excellent analytical skills and a demonstrated understanding of prospect and volunteer management. Must be well organized and comfortable working alone and as part of a team. Please send cover letter and resume to (posted 1/23)

South Florida Museum - Visitor Services Specialist (part time). The South Florida Museum and Bishop Planetarium, an important part of the area’s educational, economic and cultural landscapes, is growing, opening a new wing in 2019 and enhancing its service to the region. The Museum is seeking a part time Visitor Services Specialist to join its Visitor Services Team. The Visitor Services Specialist will provide excellent customer service and assist visitors in making their visit a memorable one. Candidate must have a minimum of 2 years of customer services experience in retail or front gate positions. Must be proficient in cash POS operations as well as computer applications necessary for the position. Flexible schedule, weekends, holidays and some evenings required. Ability to lift 30 lbs. and stand for 4-5 hours at a time. Excellent people skills. Please send cover letter and resume to (posted 1/23)

Community Foundation of Sarasota County - The Administrative Assistant, 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.   Read more and apply here.  (posted 1/23)

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida is hiring a full-time Community Manager that has a passion to help girls and build strong relationships for south Sarasota and Charlotte counties (including Osprey, Nokomis, Venice, Englewood and south to Punta Gorda) to increase awareness and participation in Girl Scouting for girls and adult volunteers through a variety of in person meetings, presentations, and networking opportunities with schools, educators, faith-based groups, community organizations, corporations, and other community constituents.  Qualified candidate is a self-directed and collaborative team player that will contribute to a positive leadership culture, along with relevant experience in sales, marketing, customer service, and volunteerism.  Proficient computer operation skills required.  Bilingual in Spanish desirable.  The Community Manager works an outbased flexible schedule, to include evenings and occasional weekends; and has the 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.  Great benefits, life-work balance, and inspiring mission and activities –!  Email your resume and cover letter to  EOE/Drug Free Workplace.  (posted 1/23) 

Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast is seeking a Director of Philanthropy to serve as the principal fundraising officer. The successful candidate will be responsible for the oversight, planning and implementation of a comprehensive fundraising program that secures significant financial resources from individuals, foundations, corporations and others to support Conservation Foundation’s mission. S/he will manage all charitable giving functions, which include planned giving, major giving, annual giving and special one- or multi-year fundraising campaigns. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include PTO, medical, 401k, and optional dental, vision, and supplemental insurance. Please email cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to by February 15, 2019. (posted 1/25)  

ShelterBox USA - ShelterBox is a leading global nonprofit organization whose mission is to deliver humanitarian aid in the form of shelter and lifesaving supplies when natural disaster or political conflict devastates a region. ShelterBox USA is looking for a Director of Finance to oversee all administration of the organization’s financial, human resources, and administrative management.  Specific responsibilities include financial reporting, budgeting, forecasting, risk management and legal activities, HR, payroll processing, and donor relations and database oversight.  This position is part of the leadership team and reports to the VP of Operations. The ideal candidate has a strong finance background, including extensive experience and expertise in accounting, budgeting, and financial analysis, and a solid understanding of the IRS regulations governing nonprofit organizations  Required qualifications are a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of eight (8) years of relevant work experience as a senior accountant or equivalent.  Experience in nonprofit accounting is required (e.g. revenue recognition, public support testing, 990 reporting). A CPA or master’s in accounting, finance or related field is preferred.  Read more here.   Submit a cover letter and resume to (posted 1/25)

Take Stock in Children of Manatee County is seeking a creative and talented communicator, process implementer, investigator, problem solver and information organizer to serve as the Development Associate in our growing organization.  Ideally, you’ll have some development experience – like with managing or administering memberships, annual giving, major gifts, events, etc.  Maybe you’ll be aware of the Moves Management Fundraising methodology – that would be amazing! This role is perfect for someone who is committed to our mission (providing scholarships, mentors and hope to financially- and academically-qualified at-risk students in our community for whom post-secondary education might otherwise be impossible) and who wants to grow with us – potentially into a Development Director role. The Development Associate is primarily responsible for implementing and maintaining a Moves Management tracking and scheduling system for donor cultivation and retention.  Responsibilities also include management of the donor database (Donor Perfect), creation and management of an annual grant calendar, execution of the development plan, and managing donor and member communication. A full Job Description is included here. Note: TSIC does not provide health insurance or retirement benefits. The successful candidate will have a clear FBI background check, valid driver’s license and proof of motor vehicle insurance Job Type: Please indicate your preference for Full Time (37.5 Hrs / Wk) / Part Time (Min. 20 Hrs / Wk) / Either Job Location:  Bradenton, FL 34203 If you are interested in being considered for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to by close of business February 11, 2019. (posted 1/28)

The Child and Family Therapy Department of Forty Carrots Family Center is accepting resumes for a Part-Time Mental Health Therapist. The applicant must have a minimum of three years of experience in therapeutic settings and experience working with children, adolescents, and families. A current License in the State of Florida as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Mental Health Counselor is a prerequisite. We are seeking applicants with proven skill set including interpersonal, organizational, spoken, and written skills, and the ability to work with culturally diverse clients. An ability to communicate in Spanish would be an asset. This is a part time specifically for late afternoon and evening hours.  For more information and a detailed job description please visit our website.  Please email resumes to Carla Johanns, LMHC/S at​.  (posted 1/31)

WUSF is looking for an accomplished and driven Membership Director who has the skills and drive to take an already solid membership program to the next level. You will manage the member services staff charged with facilitating individual giving up to $1,000 in support of our two public radio stations, WUSF 89.7 and Classical WSMR 89.1 & 103.9. As a senior member of our Development team, the successful candidate will have a desire to be the best and be an inspiring leader and collaborator who will help make WUSF extraordinary. At WUSF you will find access to the resources and expertise required to support your vision of growth. WUSF is a service of the University of South Florida. USF provides competitive compensation and a stellar benefits package. If you’re looking for a great challenge to be extraordinary, apply today so we can further discuss this unique opportunity with you. Read more and apply here.  (posted 2/2)

Realize Bradenton - Creative Content Manager. Responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Realize Bradenton strategic communication plan that integrates marketing, public relations, print, new media, social media, and events. Oversight of all communication platforms and collateral with a focus on building relationships with donors, attendees, volunteers, influencers, foundations, and community members, as well as leading the story telling process to showcase our community’s people, places, possibilities, arts, culture, heritage, and food.  Requirements:  A successful candidate is organized, flexible, and responsive and enjoys working in a collaborative and creative environment; A Bachelor’s degree or certification in Journalism, Marketing, Communications, Design, or a relevant field with 1-3 years of experience; Proven ability to be agile and prioritize based on changing needs, new opportunities, and agreed upon results; A passion for bringing diverse people together to build a vibrant, healthy Bradenton using arts, culture, heritage, and food; These are important: Ability to align communication strategies and tactics with both organizational and fund raising objectives; Strong visual aesthetic and excellent writing skills tailored to different audiences and multiple platforms; Ability to think really BIG and be hands-on with promotions, projects, and events. Learn more about Realize Bradenton here.   IF THIS OPPORTUNITY EXCITES YOU - Submit a resume. Include a cover letter that highlights a few reasons you’re an ideal candidate. Focus on how your past experiences have prepared you for this opportunity. With the Subject Line: CONSIDER ME FOR THE RB TEAM. Send to Johnette Isham, Executive Director at Candidate review begins on March 1.

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 and engage and solicit individuals for the Annual Fund, lead annual appeal campaigns, manage a portfolio of donors, and participate in fundraising events to develop relationships with constituencies.  You will 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. Liaison with Director of Strategic Initiatives and Campaign Director on campaign related strategies as it pertains to Annual Fund.  Sarasota Orchestra offers a competitive salary, generous time off and a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision, life insurance, disability and retirement.  Please click to learn more about this opportunity. (posted 2/12

Ear Research Foundation - Development Associate.  Position Summary The Development Associate position will include proper input of constituent information and donations; as well as output of data, reports, acknowledgement letters, and emails/mailing lists from a new cloud-base database system; creation of solicitation materials to meet deadlines and campaigns outlined in the annual development plan; and research, identification, preparation, and submission of grants for program and equipment needs.  Variety of supporting roles involving event planning and job-related marketing activities. Job Outline and Requirements Identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward prospects with current and prospective individuals and Fellows for annual giving / grateful patient campaigns (gifts under $5,000), as well as support from foundations, government grants, and corporations. Work effectively with President/Founder, Executive Director, Director of Education, Director of Research, Research Coordinator to remain informed and aware of specifics concerning the EarRF mission and stats, grateful patient program, all existing funding needs, and current success stories relating to patients and research. Database management, grant writing and support on a variety of community-based fundraising events, educational sessions, and lectures, including maintaining guest lists and contact information. Proficiency in Word, Excel, Publisher, Constant Contact, and social media.  Create and maintain a database procedure manual and train others in donor database and other software processes, as required. Review Giving Partner profile with Executive Director regularly.  Plan and manage special local or national “giving day” campaigns, when available. Effective and sensible communicator both in the written word and in all verbal interactions. Background in fundraising, customer service, and/or sales background a must. Organized, practical, self-starter, energetic, engaging, with ability to maintain grace under pressure. BA with two to four years of fundraising or related experience. Benefits Offered Full-time salary position reporting directly to the Ear Research Foundation’s Executive Director with full benefits package including health, dental, vision, life, paid holidays, and paid time off.  Organization Overview Ear Research Foundation is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the Research, Education, and Community Care for hearing and balance disorders.  Ear Research Foundation has been in existence for 40 years in partnership with the Silverstein Institute.  Silverstein Institute’s world-renowned physicians conduct innovative studies, physician trainings, and support community care needs for the Foundation. To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to  No phone calls. (posted 2/11)

Aviva – A Campus for Senior Life, has specialized in creating and sustaining a full service, non-exclusionary community for seniors seeking an exceptional living experience. Aviva offers a full continuum of care including Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation. Our non-profit organization believes in a reverence for life and was founded on traditional Jewish values. Position DescriptionYou’re an engaging and caring professional who has always had the ability to develop and maintain personal, rewarding relationships. You’re approachable and thrive in social situations, having the ability to connect with people in a way that shows you are genuine and trustworthy. When facing a challenge, you remain cool headed and persevere, always having your organization’s best interest in mind. The Development Manager supports Aviva’s Foundation office and reports directly to the VP of Philanthropy. This person is responsible for building donor relations and executing special events. The Development Manager strengthens donor engagement by identifying, cultivating and soliciting prospective and current donors. While in this role, you will develop and complete creative stewardship projects, distribute effective donor communications and manage the organization-wide calendar of development activities. The selected candidate will successfully plan, organize and manage on and off campus events, often collaborating with the Marketing department on campaigns. The Development Manager will recruit and train volunteers and identify opportunities to secure philanthropic support. Qualifications: 3 years’ experience coordinating special events, preferred;Demonstrates knowledge and experience of fundraising and development functions;Bachelor’s degree, preferred;Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills;Refined verbal and written communication skills;Ability to write in a variety of styles and to draft materials on a wide range of topics;Strong knowledge and ability to utilize technology/software solutions to manage fundraising efforts (Microsoft Office), including CRM software;Strong attention to detail and ability to multi-task;Collaborative team player;Ability to attend evening and weekend events;Ability to travel locally on a regular basis;Our passionate employees are the key to our success and pride themselves in putting forth the extra effort to produce an atmosphere of hospitality that is unrivaled in our region! We are looking for dedicated individuals who will support our vision to offer exceptional care and uphold our strong values by embodying collaboration, compassion and an eagerness to learn and develop. Join our outstanding Aviva family and use your skills and passion to make a difference in the lives of others. Aviva is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All candidates must be willing to submit to a pre-employment drug screening and a level 2 background check.  For more information and to apply, click here. (posted 2/11)

Forty Carrots Family Center,  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, Nursing or related field and a minimum of 3 years of experience working with children and families. Please email your resume to Laura Josephson, Parenting Education Director, (posted 2/11)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee.  Bus Driver.   Under the direct supervision of the Transportation Supervisor, the Bus Driver is responsible for the operation of vans and small and large buses, in transporting children from school to the Clubs, and driving on designated field trips. Read more here. To apply, please email with a resume. Also, indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line. Principal applicants only, no recruiters; no phone calls or walk-ins accepted. This position is part-time, based in Bradenton, Florida. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (posted 2/14)