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Family Network on Disabilities, a local non-profit organization, is seeking responsible, caring individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of families of children with disabilities and special needs. We currently have openings for part-time respite care positions to provide routine monthly services to families of children with disabilities in Manatee and Sarasota counties. Behavioral experience a plus but not required. Interested parties should contact our Programs Assistant, Jacki Reynolds, at (941) 321-1754 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org (open posting)
Vice President, Donor Relations: The Community Foundation of Sarasota County is seeking a Vice President for its Donor Relations team. This position is responsible for creating and implementing key strategies and initiatives for donor engagement and stewardship, as well as representing the Foundation in the community. This includes maintaining a relationship management system and a process to ensure customized outreach for donors (active and legacy), prospects and professional advisors. This position works in close collaboration with the development team and Corporate Counsel, as well as finance, community investment and marketing. The ideal candidate will have: exceptional interpersonal and communication skills and proven ability to interact appropriately with donors, prospects and professional advisors; 5-10 years of development, financial or trust experience; knowledge of planned giving tools and options; customer relationship management (CRM) experience; and excellent organizational and time management skills. Must be self-motivated, goal oriented and able to get the job done. Proficiency with MS Suite (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel) and FIMS (or similar donor management program) required; candidate must have ability to self-support for basic computer and network issues. The Community Foundation of Sarasota County encourages a diverse work environment and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a competitive benefits and compensation package. Interested candidates should send their resume and salary requirements to Judy Vogel at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 1/28)
Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County - Communications Manager:
The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County is currently seeking a spirited, creative, organized, skilled individual to serve as the full-time Communications Manager. About the Arts and Cultural Alliance: The Arts and Cultural Alliance has administered more than $15 million in grants to area artists and arts organizations. The Alliance works to ensure arts and culture remain essential to the continuing development of a vibrant, creative community. This is achieved through arts advocacy, education and community outreach. To learn more, visit SarasotaArts.org. Read full description here (posted 2/7)
Development and Prospect Researcher: The South Florida Museum in downtown Bradenton is seeking a Development and Prospect Researcher to join its development team. The position is responsible for ongoing strategic prospect and donor research, tracking contacts with individuals, corporations and foundations; maintaining accurate donor records in a database, preparing reports and providing administrative support to the Executive Director and Development staff. Experience with prospect research and working with a database is required. The ideal candidate will have strong organizational, time management and problem-solving skills, pay attention to detail and accuracy, work well in a fast-paced team environment, set priorities and follow through to completion of tasks, maintain a high level of confidentiality, and be proficient with Microsoft Office suite. This position will report to the Development Director and is funded for a two-year period with potential for continued employment if budgets allow. Please send cover letter and resume to HR@SouthFloridaMuseum.org. (posted 2/7)
Friendship Centers, Inc., a non-profit located on the Southwest Gulf Coast, is seeking a Health Services Director for our Sarasota location. Responsibilities include administrative oversight of Health Services programs and operations, including medical, dental and medication assistance programs. Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Human Services, Marketing, Nursing or a related field with a minimum of two years direct service experience in the health or social welfare field. Proven management experience with an ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Salary range $50,000/year. Please send resume to Susan Neaves, email@example.com. Fax to 941/366-8247 or mail 1888 Brother Geenen Way, Sarasota 34275. (posted 2/10)
Community Haven, a non-profit organization serving children, teens and adults with disabilities. The Community Employment Program is seeking an Employment Specialist for the Sarasota/Bradenton and the Venice/North Port area. This position requires the individual to develop new opportunities for employment for our participants through phone contact, face-to-face meetings and “cold calling” local employers. Train participants on the necessary skills needed to obtain and maintain employment. Maintain agency issued cell phone; be available at all times, and willing to work flexible hours. Bachelor’s Degree with a major in business, nursing, education or a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science; or an Associate’s Degree in business, nursing, education or a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science. Experience in one of the previously mentioned fields shall substitute on a year-to-year basis for the required college education. Proficient in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Office Ability to work independently, be a wise decision maker, and skilled problem solver. Must pass drug testing, and background screening. Must have reliable transportation, valid Driver’s License and current automobile insurance. Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. (posted 2/10)
RCLA Director of Membership and Events: Ringling College Library Association (RCLA) seeks professional to work full time. Individual will have hands on responsibility for membership and events and representing RCLA in the community. Position will collaborate with RCLA Board of Directors and Town Hall Lecture Chairs. Must be experienced will all facets of communications, customer relationship management systems, event ticketing, and community and membership relations. Candidate must be able to self-support for basic computer and network issues. A minimum of 3-5 years of related experience required. All inquiries, including resumes, should be sent to: email@example.com (posted 2/11)
UnidosNow: Outreach and Education Program Specialist. REPORTS TO : Director of Education Initiatives. POSITION SUMMARY: Be part of a team that identifies the most critical education obstacles within the Hispanic community and creatively brainstorm how to best tackle them in order to empower students and families to be more informed and active citizens by way of education. Key responsibilities include: student/parent engagement, metric assessment/compilation, foster/strengthen community partnerships, educational activity planning, program logistics planning. Hours: 25 hours/week for a trial period with an opportunity to go full time. Read more here (posted 2/11)
FOUNDATION FOR DREAMS- a local non-profit organization, is seeking responsible, caring individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities and special needs by developing and implementing camping and recreational programs for youth and special populations. We currently have openings for a Camp Director, Program Director, and summer counselors. Interested parties should contact our Executive Director, Susannah Cripe, at (941) 746-5659 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 2/11)
Development Director: Forty Carrots Family Center is seeking a full-time Development Director to oversee all aspects of development and fundraising. Forty Carrots Family Center is a non-profit organization in Sarasota, FL whose mission is to strengthen families through educational programs for parents, children and professionals. Funds raised support all facets of the organization. A qualified candidate will have experience and proven success with fundraising events, donor relations and major donor gifts. The Development Director reports directly to the Executive Director and is an integral part of the management team. Responsibilities include management of development staff, major events, annual fund, planned giving, major gifts, grants, donor stewardship and recognition. Excellent communication skills are a must, minimum of a bachelor’s degree required. Competitive salary and benefits. Interested candidates please email resume and salary requirements to email@example.com (posted 2/17)
Early Childhood Educator: The Preschool at Forty Carrots Family Center is seeking a qualified teacher for an immediate opening in our NAEYC accredited preschool. Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field preferred. Interested applicants should contact Preschool Director Rebecca Lockwood at (941) 365-7716 or via email Rebecca.Lockwood@fortycarrots.com. (posted 2/21)
Artists Series Concerts: Development Director position: To procure funds for Artist Series Concerts while promoting its mission and programs as well as its vision and values. Read more here. (posted 2/21)
Director of Veterans Services: The Director of Veterans Services position duties and responsibilities includes, but is not limited to: the development of Veteran services programs; networking, public relations and community outreach with community agencies and other significant stakeholders; assist with Veteran related grant writing, develop new funding sources for Veteran Services programs; supervision of staff, assuring staff productivity in line with agency standards as negotiated with the Vice President for Programs; coordinating and delivering staff training, support case management service; responsibility for utilization review and quantitative standards of the department; responsibility of case record accuracy and content for the department; responsibility for the development and analysis of Outcome measures and analysis of Department Programs; assistance in the development of the department budget; assistance with special agency projects; and assistance overseeing agency policies and procedures, upgrading and revising them as needed. The position requirements include: a minimum of masters in a human services related program; minimum of five years direct practice; minimum of two years administrative and supervisory responsibilities; the ability to work independently and to take direction; and experience with building community outreach and partnership development. The position reports to the Vice President for Programs. Please submit resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 3/1)
The New College Foundation seeks an Alumnae/i Coordinator. The incumbent will work with the Vice President of Alumni Affairs as needed to develop, evaluate, and steward programs and services, including the New College Alumni core programs, outreach, and philanthropy initiatives. Providing support for the NCAA board in annual gift fundraising, working with the Events Coordinator and the Office of Communications to plan, coordinate and schedule logistical details for the Alumni events are included in this position’s responsibilities. A Master’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of experience, attention to detail, excellent written and grammatical skills are required. Please visit www.ncf.edu/employment to apply. Resumes that are faxed, mailed, or emailed will not be considered. Open until filled. New College is an EOE. (posted 3/1)
Mentor Manager F/T: Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast is seeking an energetic professional for our Fort Myers office. The successful candidate will be skilled in interviewing and assessing, match oversight and case management for children ages 6-18 and adult volunteers. Leadership experience is valuable. Must be proficient working individually and in a team environment. Bachelor’s degree required. Strong communication and documentation skills – written and verbal, computer literate, valid driver’s license, car and current insurance required. Bilingual a plus. Please, submit resume to email@example.com. (posted 3/2)
Community Resource Director, Full Time (Port Charlotte office): Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast is seeking an energetic professional for our Port Charlotte office. The Community Resource Director is responsible to assist in the development of community resources and relationships to position BBBS of the Sun Coast in the marketplace as the not-for-profit organization of choice. Additionally, emphasis is placed on revenue generation and volunteer recruitment while retaining the customer service and program excellence. Must be proficient working individually and in a team environment. Bachelor's degree is required. A minimum of 3 to 5 years of successful sales, customer service or grassroots campaign experience is preferred. Please, submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. (posted 3/2)
Database Specialist: New College of Florida seeks a candidate to work with the Information Systems Manager with database management. Responsibilities include gift entry and acknowledgement, processing event registrations and pulling lists, creating and updating constituent records, setting up online event registration and donation pages, and administrative support. Experience using Raiser’s Edge or similar database software, proficient user of Microsoft Word and Excel, strong attention to detail, excellent written and grammatical skills, and the ability to problem solve. Higher education or non-profit experience is preferred. Please submit a cover letter, resume and references at http://www.ncf.edu/employment. Open until filled. New College is an EOE. (posted 3/6)