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

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

Job postings are forwarded to AFP chapters and nonprofit individuals, 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.
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Prader-Willi Syndrome Assoc. - Membership & Communications Coordinator :  This is an outstanding opportunity to join the three person Development, Engagement, and Communications (DEC) team at PWSA (USA), providing support and services to enhance the quality of life of those affected by Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS). PWS is a complex genetic disorder affecting appetite, growth, metabolism, cognitive function and behavior. PWSA (USA) is a national association working to save and transform the lives of those affected by PWS through awareness, family support, research, education, and advocacy. The DEC team of professionals works with the other 12 PWSA (USA) staff and numerous volunteers to develop the financial and human resources needed to support families through behavior management, nutrition education, crisis intervention, education, advocacy, guardianship, and medical intervention. Representative Responsibilities & Duties: Membership, Engagement, and Fundraising; • In conjunction with others, conduct activities that facilitate the recruitment and retention of, and strengthen relationships with, association members. • Develop and execute strategies that develop the most effective and mutually rewarding role of volunteers in support of PWSA (USA)’s mission.  • Support the activities of state and regional chapters and work to reinforce positive relationships between chapters and the national PWSA (USA) organization. • Grow the number of peer-to-peer, chapter, and grass-roots fundraisers and work to ensure their success. • Have working knowledge of CIVI CRM software and understand how it can be utilized as a multi-faceted tool and resource for the organization’s efforts. • Play a key role in improving the size and quality of the main database of the organization. • Support the overall member/volunteer/donor relations program and its activities. • Assist as needed in various larger national appeal fundraising campaigns. Communications: • Develop written and visual content for the organization’s newsletter, website, press releases, and other outreach materials as needed. • Support social media campaigns by creating posts that tell the organization’s story, generate interest in and engagement with PWSA (USA) and its chapters, and ultimately generate revenue. • Work with other staff, volunteers, and community members to solicit testimonials and human interest stories. Qualified candidates should possess the following skills: • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Experience working with CRM platforms, preferably Civi CRM. • The ability to work well with volunteers, community stakeholders, and other interested parties. • Strong problem solving, organizational, and time management skills with excellent attention to detail. • Bachelor’s degree with three to five or more years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, membership development, fundraising, and communications.  Interested candidates can apply by emailing resumes to squeior@pwsausa.org or mailing their resume to: PWSA (USA), Attn: Steve Queior, CEO, 8588 Potter Park Drive, Suite 500, Sarasota, FL 34238 (posted 5/18)

Bishop Museum: Director of Accounting.  Join The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature’s team as the Director of Accounting reporting directly to the CEO. The purpose of the position is to maintain audit ready financial systems and reports in partnership with CEO and Board of Trustee’s Treasurer, oversee Information Technology systems and partner with CEO on human resources and institutional insurance programs and processes. Accounting duties include: managing the general ledger and monthly close, producing monthly accounting reports and financial analysis, development and oversight of the annual budget, overseeing accounts payable and managing accounts receivable, maintaining record of fixed assets and banking, overseeing payroll processing and complete governmental quarterly reports and payroll reconciliations. Requirements include: Bachelor’s Degree in accounting preferred with at least five years accounting management experience, including non-profit work. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products and Quickbooks. Nonprofit knowledge of GAAP, recording and reconciling restricted funds, strong knowledge of grants administration and contributions and demonstrated record of developing internal processes and systems to achieve internal control goals relating to the outcome of a clean audit.  Please apply with cover letter and resume to: HR@bishopscience.org. (posted 5/20)

Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School is seeking a Advancement Associate. This position is responsible for cultivating a philanthropic culture of giving by raising funds from the school’s donor pool and encouraging new supporters to advance the school’s mission. Saint Stephen’s has a strong college preparatory curriculum with over 40 years of quality academics. Experience in fundraising and donor relations, communications, management, and community involvement is required. Excellent communication and strong computer skills are essential. Go to MBJGroup.com under Current Searches for full job description. Send your resume, cover letter with compensation expectations to Karen@MBJGroup.com by June 14, 2019. (posted 5/20)

The SKY Family YMCA:  Director of Development:  The Director of Development is responsible for implementing a comprehensive, multi-year plan to increase Hometown Partnership participation and managing the overall program and success. She/he is also responsible for the funding provided through Annual Giving for all branches.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/22)

The SKY Family YMCA:  Chief Executive Officer:   Develop and Implement a Strategic Plan; Nurture a Mission-driven Culture; Advocate the Vision of the YMCA serving as a Cause-Driven Leader' Build and Manage the Staff Team positioned for Growth; Fiscal Management.  The board believes its new CEO should be an experienced leader who has the background and qualities that will permit him or her to achieve excellence in the following roles: Develop and Implement a Strategic Plan; Nurture a Mission-Driven Culture; Advocate the Vision of the Y serving as a Cause-Driven leader; Build and Manage the Staff Team positioned for Growth; Fiscal Management.   Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/22)

Gulf Coast Community Foundation - Senior Vice President for Philanthropy:  For nearly 25 years, Gulf Coast Community Foundation has partnered with generous donors, dedicated community partners, and an innovative team of talented employees who are empowered to identify needs in our community and lead strategic efforts to transform them. The Senior Vice President for Philanthropy is responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring all development efforts for Gulf Coast.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/29)

JFCS of the Suncoast - Data Entry Specialist:  The Data Entry Specialist maintains accurate database records with focus on donors and volunteers; supports development and marketing activities through database record segmentation; creates reports and mail files for fundraising and marketing campaigns including migration of information from donor database to email marketing database.  QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working in a non-profit or customer service related field; minimum of 2 years donor database or data entry experience. Prefer knowledge of donor relations/volunteer database (Donor Perfect Online – DPO) and email marketing database (Constant Contact); proficiency in Microsoft databases including Outlook, Excel, Publisher and Word, with a heavy emphasis on Excel; ability to multi-task and grasp new processes quickly; excellent organizational and analytical skills, detail-oriented requiring high degree of accuracy and timeliness. Read more and find application here. (posted 5/29)

Children’s Guardian Fund - Program Coordinator.  Children’s Guardian Fund is a not-for-profit organization that meets the emergency and ongoing needs of children removed from abusive and neglectful homes in Sarasota, Manatee, and Desoto Counties. Learn more at www.childrensguardianfund.org.  OVERVIEW Children’s Guardian Fund is looking for a Program Coordinator to manage the day-to-day program tasks with a focus on meeting the emergency and ongoing needs of local children in foster or state care. This includes reviewing, approving, and tracking all funded requests and keeping an accurate and well-organized record for grant reporting and audit purposes. This individual will continually work to build relationships with volunteers and partner agencies to cultivate both awareness and resources. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, organized, and able to structure workload to meet both short term and long-term goals.  RESPONSIBILITIES • Process anywhere between 30-80 funding requests per month. • Ensure quick turnaround for emergency needs.  • Maintain a list of tutors and coordinate tutoring sessions with caregivers or volunteers. • Track distribution of holiday gift cards and birthday gift cards. • Collect relevant data for future grant writing and donor information. • Work with existing community resources and track in-kind gifts to children. • Track funding sources and ensure donor intent is considered with each request granted. • Oversee and maintain existing programs. • Ensure implementation of the annual calendar of programs. • Stay informed about client needs and coordinate with Board, Committees, and volunteers to increase their access to services. • Share program updates with the Board and Advisory Board. • Attend Guardian ad Litem Program staff meetings in Sarasota, Manatee, and DeSoto quarter.  • Provide pre-service and in-service training to volunteer GALs about CGF programs. • Participate in community forums and attend networking functions as appropriate. • Develop and manage relationships with service providers and businesses. • Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change over time. QUALIFICATIONS • A Bachelor’s Degree in social services or related field or a combination of education and experience.  • Prior experience in the child welfare system a plus. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite with the ability to run mail-merge, export data, and work with Excel spreadsheets. • Ability to learn new software tools and database systems as needed. • Self-directed, able to prioritize tasks and work independently with minimum supervision. • Creative thinker, self-starter, able to work with volunteers, committees, and partner agencies. • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with exceptional attention to detail and flawless execution. • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills. • Comfortable speaking in front of an audience. • Available to work occasional evenings or weekends. • Ethical, dedicated, and focused. • A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation a must.  Send your resume and any questions to HR@childrensguardianfund.org. (posted 5/29)

The Salvation Army - Asst. Development Director (Venice)Accountable for fund raising and community relations in the southern part of Sarasota County for The Salvation Army. RESPONSIBILITIES Fund raising with individuals, businesses and other entities, Identifies and establishes relationships with community donors, Measures, reports and manages to set goals; helps prepare budgets, Assists Director of Development as needed. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's or equivalent level degree, 2 yrs Direct Fund Raising Experience, Valid State Driver's License, Excellent benefits package.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/5)

Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation: Executive AssistantWe are a small rare disease organization supporting families who have members with Phelan-McDermid in the USA and across the globe. Our mission encompasses family support, advocacy and awareness, and the acceleration of research. We also maintain a genetic registry for use by researchers. While the organization is essentially virtual, we maintain a small office in Venice. We are seeking a talented, independent, and compassionate person to support the ED (local) and Director of Operations (Boston)along with other staff as needed. You will need to a strong writer, adept at the various computer programs (the Gsuite for NFPs, Microsoft 365, etc.). Experience with donor software a plus. A sense of humor is appreciated. You also need to be extremely organized and have held at least one other similar position with a positive reference. Your tasks will be varied. You may be booking travel arrangements, entering donor data, writing thank you notes, organizing files, drafting letters, researching grants, etc.  The position is extremely flexible in that you may work most of the time from home with some days at the office as needed. The hours are fairly flexible as well. They will lean towards general business hours, but projects and other work can be performed when you like, as long as you meet your deadlines. The pay is $15 an hour. We offer Teledoc, which is an on-line 24 hour telemedicine benefit, and pro-rated paid time off. This position will be 20 - 30 hours a week with the potential for full time. Please send a cover letter and your CV to ronni@pmsf.org (posted 6/5)

The Arts and Cultural Alliance Seeks Education Director.  The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County (Alliance) currently has a job opening for an Education Director. The successful candidate will work closely with Sarasota County arts organizations, Sarasota County Schools, and arts education advocates to support arts education in Sarasota County, with a particular emphasis on K-12 education, including EdExplore SRQ and the Artists in Schools program. Other responsibilities include recruiting, training, and scheduling guides for Patriot Plaza student and adult tours. Responsibilities include: • Manage Alliance Teaching Artists program, • Co-chair Sarasota County Arts Education Partnership and Community/Schools Partnership for the Arts • Recruit, train, and schedule guides for Patriot Plaza school, public, and private tours, • Represent the Alliance at programs and other events, Qualifications include: • Bachelor’s Degree in the arts or education (4+ years’ experience in arts education) • Strong arts administration skills • Excellent interpersonal skills • Exceptional attention to detail • Strong computer skills including: JotForm, Microsoft Excel, and Mailchimp • Ability to work well in a team environment • Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends. Please send a cover letter and resume to jshirley@sarasotaarts.org. (posted 6/5)

Human Resources Director (Full-Time).  The Human Resource Director is responsible for managing and administering Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County (BGCSC) human resources functions, including recruitment, compensation, new hire orientation, benefits, safety, employee relations, performance management and staff development and training. Provides advice and counsel to management in the development and implementation of policies and practices that comply with all applicable regulations and are consistent with BGCSC mission and values. Key responsibilities of the position include: Establish and implement policies and procedures for the effective management of BGCSC human resources, ensuring compliance with federal, state and local regulations, as well as Boys & Girls Clubs mission and values. Provide information to staff and volunteer leadership to support management decision-making about policy issues, employee relations, staff development needs, compensation and benefits practices and costs and recruitment practices.
Prepare reports summarizing human resources programs and activities. Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/5)

Gulf Coast Community Foundation: Senior Vice President for PhilanthropyFor nearly 25 years, Gulf Coast Community Foundation has partnered with generous donors, dedicated community partners, and an innovative team of talented employees who are empowered to identify needs in our community and lead strategic efforts to transform them.  Job Summary: The Senior Vice President for Philanthropy is responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring all development efforts for Gulf Coast. Read more and apply here. (posted 6/5)

Coastal Behavioral Healthcare - Volunteer Coordinator:  SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:  Responsible for recruiting; interviewing; screening; training; matching and monitoring volunteers; maintaining program liaison between referral sources; volunteers and their friends.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITES:  Monitors volunteer/friend caseload via telephone contact and process of volunteer reports. Effectively address issues of concern. Provides support in problem solving and crisis intervention as needed in the Compeer relationship Facilitates volunteer training sessions, volunteer support sessions and matched friends enrichment activities. Attend other program-related activities or functions. Engages in public relations, program information, dissemination and oral presentations for volunteer recruitment including public speaking engagements at area colleges, community groups, etc. Provides in-service training for mental health professionals Contributes to newsletter, develops other written material as necessary.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/5)

Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness - Program Coordinator. The mission of the Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness (SPEH) is to prevent and end homelessness by uniting the communities of Manatee and Sarasota Counties through engagement and collaboration with business and civic leaders, service providers, faith-based organizations, advocates, concerned citizens, and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. SPEH encourages and expects a high degree of cooperation and collaboration among its staff and stakeholders. The specific duties of each position require flexibility and cooperation to achieve organizational goals and objectives. Summary: The person in this position will engage with individuals experiencing homelessness to strengthen their long-term stability by assisting with access to mainstream benefits and social security disability benefits using the SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) model. The program coordinator will also work to enhance collaboration and coordination across community systems and supervise two program specialists. Essential Job Functions: Work with the Oneby1 Project Manager (Coordinated Entry) to identify individuals who may be eligible for mainstream benefits and/or candidates for SOAR. Initiate all required paperwork, and assist with the completion of as needed, to file for mainstream benefits. For SOAR process: complete interviews to gather information for applications; obtain and review history including medical records and information in CSIS; write SOAR medical summary reports; coordinate visits to medical doctors, psychiatrists, and other specialists to obtain evidence; accompany on appointments at the Social Security Administration. Collaborate with other case managers and service providers to ensure effective coordination of client-focused services. Maintain paperwork and records of service in real time or as close as possible, including entering data regarding services into the Community Management Information System (formerly HMIS) in a complete, consistent and correct manner. Collaborate effectively with community resources and partners. Uphold the values and advocate for the mission of the Suncoast Partnership. Participate in all required trainings. Follow all policies and procedures of the Suncoast Partnership. Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Bachelor’s degree in a Social Services /Human Services field. In lieu of a degree, past experience may be considered. At least 2 years’ experience in Human Services field, preferably with individuals experiencing homelessness who have mental illness and/or are dually diagnosed. This position is full-time, exempt. To apply please send cover letter and resume to hire@suncoastpartnership.org Applications without a cover letter will be considered incomplete and not reviewed. (posted 6/6)

Assistant Director of Regional Engagement - Southeastern US.  The Rutgers University Foundation (RUF) seeks a proactive, strategic and entrepreneurial professional to serve as its first Assistant Director of Regional Engagement for the Southeast US. With over 18,000 alumni in Florida, the Assistant Director will be embedded in Florida and have the opportunity to be the lead staff member on all alumni and prospect engagement efforts and develop a strategy to build more meaningful relationships with Rutgers alumni in the region. The Assistant Director will oversee the charge on all areas of this programming, including coordination, development and implementation of a variety of regional engagement programs, resources, and events as well as the focused cultivation of alumni volunteers and prospects alike.  Reporting jointly to the Senior Director of Alumni Engagement and the Regional Director of Development - Florida, the Assistant Director will serve as the primary point of contact between regionally-based alumni in Florida and the University. The Assistant Director will develop and implement engagement strategies that meaningfully engage alumni in the region, as well as develop tactics that align alumni and donor engagement with the priorities of the RUF, Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA), and the University’s mission. The Assistant Director will develop and monitor vibrant alumni engagement in the region, through programing with the university, the RUF, the RUAA, and its regional alumni clubs. This role will promote a culture of philanthropy, and facilitate engagement that enhances the relationship alumni have with their alma mater.  Read more here.  (posted 6/6)

The Florida Humanities Council - Development Coordinator, Individual Giving:  The Florida Humanities Council (FHC) seeks a qualified Development Coordinator to direct all facets of FHC’s individual fundraising program including donor prospecting and cultivation, donor communications, and maintenance of its Raiser’s Edge database. Under the general supervision of the Associate Director, the Development Coordinator will play a key role in creating and growing an annual and long-term individual fundraising program in accordance with the mission of the organization.  Read more and apply here  (posted 6/8)

The Community Foundation of Sarasota County - Gifts and Grants Specialist:   The Gifts & Grant Specialist position is a newly created position which is responsible for data
entry and due diligence for gifts and grants. Works closely with Coordinator of Grants, Director of Philanthropy Administration, Senior Accountant and Manager of Grants Administration and Analytics.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/8)

The Community Foundation of Sarasota County - Education Officer, Community Impact:  The Education Officer, Community Impact manages the Community Foundation of Sarasota’s (CFSC) portfolio of activities in the education focus area, including establishment and ongoing management of grantee relations, grant proposal review, grant monitoring and technical assistance. Liaison with the Philanthropy Team to ensure donors are informed of community needs and impact opportunities.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/8)

The Community Foundation of Sarasota County - Coordinator, Community Impact:  The Coordinator, Community Impact position provides direct support to the Vice President of Community Impact and works closely with the Director of Community Impact, the Manager of Scholarships and Grants, and the Manager of Nonprofit Services. This position provides general administrative support to the Community Impact Team as needed.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/8)

Mental Health Community Centers is seeking a Program Facilitator for our Sarasota location, Prospect House. This is a part-time, entry-level position. Interested applicants should review the above job description and email a cover letter and resume to Director of Operations Courtney DeFrank, cdefrank@mhcci.com .  Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/13)

Mental Health Community Centers is hiring a Program Director for their Sarasota location, Prospect House. This is a full-time position. The Program Director oversees day to-day program operations and is responsible for cost management, accreditation compliance, and quality improvement initiatives. Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to Director of Operations Courtney DeFrank, cdefrank@mhcci.com .  Read more and apply here.  (posted 6/13)

Mote Marine Grant Officer:  Mote Marine Laboratory (Mote) is an independent marine research institution dedicated to the advancement of marine science through research, education and public outreach leading to new discoveries and the revitalization and sustainability of our oceans.   The Grant Officer is responsible for content development and grants management for Mote’s foundation fundraising. A skilled writer and editor with strong attention to detail, the Grant Officer will craft compelling solicitation and stewardship materials, manage proposal and report submissions, and help to build a pipeline of grant-based support for Mote. The position reports directly to the Director of Foundation Relations and is an integral part of the Mote Development Team. The Grants Officer will assist in maintaining a structured, grant-based fundraising program growing significant philanthropic support for Mote Marine Laboratory.  Read more and apply here. (posted 6/16)