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United Way Suncoast, Area President, Sarasota. This position provides direct leadership for internal activities and external relationships within the geographic area of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties, to carry out the mission, core values and strategic goals of the United Way Suncoast. Read more (posted 6/29)
Family Support Worker, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: join our award winning team! Duties include in-home parent education, case management, family goal setting, screening and evaluations. Professional support provided through weekly supervision, training and monthly staff meetings. A successful applicant must have, at minimum, a high school diploma, one year experience working with children and families, excellent documentation and organizational skills, a valid driver’s license, a reliable vehicle, auto insurance and the ability to work a flexible schedule, which may include evening and/or weekend home visits. Prior experience working with families with substance use, mental health and/or domestic violence issues preferred. Bi-lingual preferred. FT $11.54 per hour or $12.02 per hour with Bachelor Degree in Social Work or related field; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org EOE/DFWP (posted 6/29)
Family Support Worker Supervisor, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: join our award winning team! Supervise a team of direct service staff in a child abuse prevention home visiting program. Bachelor’s degree required (master’s degree preferred). Screening and selection includes, but is not limited to, consideration of the following characteristics; solid understanding of and/or experience in supervising and motivating staff, as well as providing support to staff in stressful work environments; knowledge of infant and child development and parent-child attachment; experience with family services that embrace the concepts of family-centered and strength-based service provision; knowledge of maternal-infant health and dynamics of child abuse and neglect; experience in providing services to culturally diverse communities/families/participants; experience in home visitation with a strong background in prevention services 0-3 age population; must have three years relevant experience. FT $34,000 annually; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org EOE/DFWP (posted 6/29)
Family Assessment Worker, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: join our award winning child abuse prevention team! We are seeking a part-time FAW (20 hours per week). The FAW is responsible for conducting the initial assessment in the homes of families identified as being at-risk for child abuse and/or neglect. Applicants must have a reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license, auto insurance and the ability to work a flexible schedule. The position requires one of the following: Bachelor’s degree and one year experience working with children/families, Associate’s degree plus 2 years experience working with families, CDA plus 3 years experience working with families, or high school diploma plus 4 years experience working in a home visiting program. Must complete a minimum of 10 assessments per month (majority will be in North County but must be able to work in South County as needed to meet the needs of the program). $14 per hour; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org EOE/DFWP (posted 6/29)
Substitute Teachers, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: experience in early childhood education, especially working with children with special needs, challenging behaviors and ability to work a flexible schedule. $10 an hour; Sarasota/North Port; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org EOE/DFWP (posted 6/29)
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice, Inc. seeks part time Development Assistant. The Development Assistant is responsible for supporting the work of the Development Director who plans and coordinates the fundraising efforts of the agency. This position requires excellent written and communication skills, great attention to detail and computer skills including Microsoft Office, Excel, Mail Merge, and Raiser Edge. The candidate must possess the ability to forge respectful relationships with donors, program directors, volunteers, event committees, and representatives of community agencies and organizations. P/T 25hr wk., BA in Development/Communication or related field. Send resume and cover letter to Higgins@dioceseofvenice.org. (posted 7/1)
The Out-of-Door Academy currently has an opening for an Advancement and Stewardship Officer for the 2015-16 school year. This position will begin in July of 2015 and will split time between our historic Siesta Key Campus and the Uihlein Campus in Lakewood Ranch. This position will work closely with the Director of Advancement. Read more or go to www.oda.edu (posted 7/8)
Bi-Lingual Social Worker: Provides social service assistance to eligible clients in the following areas: food, lodging, clothing, furniture, and financial assistance; interviews clients to determine need and eligibility to receive services; prepares accurate and complete client records; refers clients to community agencies and maintains effective working relationships with the same; ensures compliance with program policies and procedures. Speaks, writes, and reads Spanish fluently. Education/Experience: High School/GED and Two years’ experience working in a social or public service environment. Resumes can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 7/8)
The Jewish Housing Council Foundation is seeking an Events Coordinator who is an experienced, take charge professional with the ability to manage administration and logistics in support of VP of Philanthropy in a busy Foundation. The event coordinator should have a love for special event management, provide outstanding customer service, be an enthusiastic professional, and be able to build relationships with internal and external customers. Excellent communication skills, including writing, proof reading skills and verbal. Must be able to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities, and meet deadlines with little supervision, and be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends. Excellent interpersonal skills both in person and by phone, emulating a high degree of professionalism. Ability to accomplish projects with little supervision along with excellent customer service ethic and high expectations for quality. Bachelor’s degree preferred with at least 3 year’s of experience with office administrative management and coordinating special events. Proficient using the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and mail merges; email and web searches. Competitive salary and benefits offered. If interested please view job description on www.MBJGroup.com under Current Searches. Send your resume with cover letter to MaryBeth@MBJGroup.com by July 30,2015. (posted 7/8)
The New College of Florida Foundation is accepting applications for an Executive Assistant. This position provides support to the Vice President of Advancement/Executive Director as well as to the Board of Directors, as its Assistant Corporate Secretary, in assisting and coordinating the Board with Committee Meeting preparations, agendas, meeting minutes, as well as supporting and coordinating some of the general office support, office procedures, and assisting with events. The Executive Assistant is a vital team player interacting with internal and external departments of the Foundation and College as well as the volunteer board members, donors, and numerous other external key members of the community. This position also supervises staff and may also supervise student interns and volunteers. The Executive Assistant interacts daily with board members, alumni, parents, students, faculty, members of the community and colleagues from a variety of internal New College departments. For more information and to apply, visit www.ncf.edu/employment. Resumes that are faxed, mailed, or emailed will not be considered. New College is an EOE. Preference will be given to those with a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and at least (10) years experience as an Executive Assistant. Experience in a non-profit organization(s) is preferred. (posted 7/16)
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice, Inc. seeks District Director for Sarasota/Manatee Counties. Duties include staff/programmatic oversight, budget & grant preparation /management, fund raising/donor development and community networking. Master's Degree in Business or Human Services Management and a minimum of 5 years of executive management experience required. Competitive salary and benefit package. Email resume and salary history to: suarez @dioceseofvenice.org (posted 7/21)
Case Management F/T (Lee County): A youth serving organization in Lee County is seeking an energetic professional capable of providing top level customer service, interviewing and assessing, relationship development, case management consultation, and other supporting services to Children/Youth age 6 to 18 and Volunteers. Must be proficient working individually and in a team environment. Experience working in social services desired. Bachelor’s degree in related field required. Strong communication and documentation skills – written and verbal, computer literate, valid driver’s license, car and current insurance required. Bilingual a strong plus. Salary will commensurate with experience. Please, submit resume electronically in MS Word or Adobe PDF format to email@example.com (posted 7/21)
Case Management P/T (Collier County): A youth serving organization in Collier County is seeking an energetic professional capable of providing top level customer service, interviewing and assessing, relationship development, case management consultation, and other supporting services to Children/Youth age 6 to 18 and Volunteers. Must be proficient working individually and in a team environment. Experience working in social services desired. Bachelor’s degree in related field required. Strong communication and documentation skills – written and verbal, computer literate, valid driver’s license, car and current insurance required. Bilingual a strong plus. Salary will commensurate with experience. Please, submit resume electronically in MS Word or Adobe PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 7/21)
Grant Coordinator F/T & P/T (Agency): Highly technical, professional position serving as the grant coordinator for the organization. Primary responsibilities include preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performance of responsible professional work researching, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities on behalf of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast, Inc. Works with the Development team to support development of grants in all areas of agency development including both restricted and unrestricted funding possibilities. Effectively and efficiently generates grant application proposals and supporting documentation in response to grant funding opportunities. Updates funding calendar identifying funding sources, application requests, program areas, deadlines, and reporting requirements. Works closely and responds in a timely fashion with grants ‘gate-keeper’ to insure all data is collected and submitted prior to proposal deadlines. Identifies through research new funding opportunities for BBBSSC. Please, submit resume electronically in MS Word or Adobe PDF format to email@example.com (posted 7/21)
Agape Flights, Donor Relations – Database Manager. Agape Flights, located at the Venice Muncipal Airport in Venice, Florida, is a Christian aviation ministry, delivering cargo, mail and humanitarian aid to 375 missionary families in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas. The Donor Relations-Database Manager’s primary role is to fully manage Agape Flights’ donor database. Responsibilities include maintaining donor records, processing gifts and gift acknowledgements and compiling monthly reports. Additional responsibilities include serving as administrative support related to donor communication and activities. Read more. (posted 7/24)
New College of Florida invites applications for a Leadership Gifts Officer. The Leadership Gifts Officer or Major Gifts Officer reports to the Vice President of Advancement & Executive Director of New College Foundation and is responsible for assisting in the planning, organizing, and executing the College's fundraising program. The Leadership Gifts Officer is responsible for raising funds to support the Foundation's fundraising plan, cultivating and soliciting prospects and being an active member of a highly efficient development operation. The Leadership Gifts Officer will work collaboratively with the VP of Advancement, the President, the Provost, faculty and staff to achieve a high level of engagement and financial support from among a cadre of alumni, friends, parents, corporations and institutions whose philanthropic priorities match education and academic programs at the College. Out of state travel as well as evening and weekend hours required. For more information and to apply, visit www.ncf.edu/employment. Resumes that are faxed, mailed or emailed will not be considered. New College is an EOE. (posted 7/24)
Human Resource Mgr: Non-Profit Agency serving individuals with Disabilities is seeking an outgoing, enthusiastic professional to lead its human resource department to in management of all functions, including benefit administration, FMLA, payroll and workers’ comp. Responsible for recruitment, interviews, orientation and appraisal processes. Ensures job descriptions are developed and updated. Implements personnel policies and procedures. Administrative duties include reporting and filing of the agency’s insurance, monthly workers’ comp reporting, personnel file compliance for all Med-waiver, Dept. of Children and Families, and all other programs. Knowledge of employment law, personnel management and general accounting procedures. Ability to organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines. Strong oral, written and interpersonal skills. Must be a team player, flexible and detail-oriented. The ability to multi-task and maintain confidentiality are essential requirements for this position. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or related field with experience in non-profit management and Human Resources preferred. Expertise in Microsoft Office required. Ability to work flexible hours on occasion. Please email resume and cover letter with salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. (posted 7/25)
Director of Donor Relations: The Director of Donor Relations is responsible for donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship which support and meet annual financial goals through implementation of a strategy that expands the agency’s fundraising capacity, brand awareness and community profile among its target audiences.Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor’s degree with 5-7 years of experience working in a managerial/supervisory role with a community based organization; requires excellent interpersonal, communication and supervisory skills; fundraising and solicitation experience; ability to multi-task and work independently ; knowledge of Jewish traditions and values; knowledge of fundraising database management; and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher. Please send resume to email@example.com (posted 7/27)
Executive Director: Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy (SMART) We are seeking an individual with strong leadership and fundraising skills to increase and strengthen support for the mission and programs of SMART as we continue to grow and move forward. You need to be an effective, self-directed, dynamic person with strong connections in our community; must be passionate about improving the lives of people with disabilities; have at least 5 years experience in senior executive management; have the ability to inspire and motivate a mostly volunteer team; and have demonstrated success in fundraising, including experience with major gifts solicitation, grant writing, special events and capital campaigns. A Bachelor’s degree is required and an advanced degree is highly desirable. Knowledge of the needs of individuals with disabilities is desirable but not required; an understanding or experience with horses, occupational and/or physical therapies is desirable, but not required. This is a full-time salaried position. For more information about SMART, please visit www.smartriders.org and www.facebook.com/smartriders For a complete job description and salary information, or to apply, submit resume, three references and cover letter to Gail Clifton at firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 7/27)
AmeriCorps VISTA Restorative Strategies Coordinator - You can help create positive school environments and engage students in school by becoming an AmeriCorps VISTA Restorative Strategies Coordinator for Sarasota County Schools, a leader in Florida's educational system. Over half of the 42,000 students enrolled in Sarasota County Schools come from low income families, yet they make up 63 percent of suspensions. Students who misbehave in school generally lack a positive sense of school affiliation or engagement. Restorative strategies help students re-engage with school and build positive relationships while developing a stronger sense of empathy. Through restorative practices, students learn how their actions affect others while providing them with the tools they need to resolve conflicts, communicate with peers and self-regulate their behavior. The AmeriCorps VISTA Restorative Strategies Coordinators will be trained to work with district staff to become experts and leaders in restorative strategies and will build capacity throughout the district. This will be accomplished as AmeriCorps VISTA members develop curricula and lesson plans, train teachers and other school- and district-based staff, support school staff in restorative practices implementation, and build community partnerships. Students will stay engaged in school, continue to learn and graduate high school, leading them out of poverty. This is a national service position, so please be sure to review the level of compensation and support provided by VISTA at www.vistacampus.org To apply, please visit the AmeriCorps VISTA webpage:
https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=62120&fromSearch=true For questions about the school district program, please contact Dr. Tanice Knopp at email@example.com (posted 7/28)
Jewish Family & Childrne's Service of the Suncoast, Inc. has an immediate opening for a Chief Operating Officer (COO). The COO will be a mission focused, strategic and experienced leader to join the Management Team and develop a performance culture among the staff. The COO must be a leader who is able to help staff deliver measurable, cost effective results that meet the agency’s vision and mission. The COO will lead, manage and review all services and programs. The position accomplishes this through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the values of the agency. Must have the ability to think analytically, strategically and anticipate future consequences and trends and incorporate them into the strategic plan. Must be action oriented, have an understanding of non-profit budgets, agency operations, information systems and marketing. The ideal candidate will be a proven leader with at least 10 years of professional experience with a minimum of five years of senior-leadership experience supervising seasoned staff and operating multiple service programs. A Masters level degree in a Behavioral Health field is required. Please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 7/28)
Executive Director, Education Foundation of Sarasota County, Inc. Sarasota, Florida. The Education Foundation of Sarasota County announces the immediate opening for the position of Executive Director. Reporting to a board of directors, the Executive Director serves as the chief executive and provides overall leadership and management in support of the vision and goals set out by the Board of Directors and the Strategic Plan. The executive director is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement and growth of its mission and financial objectives, ensures continued programmatic impact and innovation, develops and maintains partnerships with Sarasota County Schools, donors, community, businesses and other Foundations which support education, to enhance the organization’s financial sustainability and strategic growth. Full description see More. Interested persons may submit the following credentials and any other information which best illustrates their capabilities in response to this posting: Letter of Interest, CV/Resume, Letters of Reference. Please send all information, in one submittal, electronically to: email@example.com. (posted 7/29)
Lee County Community Resource Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast. Challenging, fun and very rewarding opportunity for a person who enjoys developing and strengthening both internal and external relationships based in our Fort Myers office. Looking for a strong development person who is passionate about advocating for children facing adversity. The type of person who will be a good fit for this position needs to be very comfortable with asking both individuals and companies for financial and volunteer support. Responsibilities include ongoing and numerous financial and volunteer support presentations to both individuals and companies to achieve goals, working as the staff liaison with the Community board, managing two large fundraising events, and collaborating with teammates to help the agency achieve excellence in all areas. Strong ethics, the ability to perform with little supervision, and a commitment to only add positive energy and stability even under pressure are requirements. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org EOE M/F (posted 7/31)
Youth Coordinator (PT) ALSO Youth is looking for a part time Youth Coordinator for our program providing advocacy, leadership, support, and outreach to LGBTQIA youth and their allies. This position will be working in both our Sarasota location and our brand new Venice location so local travel will be required. Hours will vary, mostly afternoons, but some evening and weekend times will be required. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years of college with a focus in social work, child development, psychology, or a related field. This position involves working directly with our youth as well as building partnerships with community leaders and potential donors. Our perfect candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills; superior computer skills including all Microsoft Office products and social media; ability to work independently; to organize and multi-task; experience with youth and youth issues, particularly LGBTQIA youth; ability to lift up to 25 pounds on a regular basis. Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license and will be subject to criminal background screening prior to employment. If this sounds like the perfect job for you, please submit resume and salary requirements via email to email@example.com. (posted 7/31)
North and South County College Success Coaches (20 hours per week). Take Stock (TSIC) in Children of Sarasota County is accepting applications for two positions. TSIC is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarships, mentors and hope to low-income, at-risk students in Sarasota County. Our employees enjoy a flexible, casual working environment and the opportunity to change the lives of hundreds of deserving students through the achievement of higher education. Under the direction of the Program Manager, a College Success Coach is responsible for providing case management to their assigned TSIC students, serving as organizational college prep. expert, and acting as a staff liaison to their assigned schools. For a full job description please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 7/31)