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 Community Foundation of Sarasota County

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Job Opportunities

Director of DevelopmentThe Education Foundation of Sarasota County is seeking a dynamic and entrepreneurial development professional who believes that great public schools build great communities—and that private philanthropy is essential for the success of our schools.  The Director of Development works with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy.   With responsibility for overall philanthropic support, for cultivating and stewarding donors, and overseeing day-to-day fundraising efforts, the Director of Development plays a key leadership role in the Foundation.   A full job description may be found here.  Submit letter of interest and resume to susan@edfoundation.net. (posted 6/21)

Development Director Jewish Family and Children’s Service of the Suncoast, Inc. (JFCS) has an immediate opening for a Development Director. The Development Director is responsible for donor stewardship, events management and social networking media 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.  Must have a Bachelor’s degree with 3-4 years of experience working in a development role with a community based organization; requires excellent interpersonal skills; fundraising and solicitation experience; ability to multi-task; knowledge of fundraising database management; excellent writing skills; and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher.  This position reports to the Vice President of Development. Please send resume to jobs@jfcs-cares.org. (posted 6/21)

Children First Curriculum Coach – 1 opening PT, $14.27-$16.00 hourly rate / 10 month position / 20 hours, North Port-Venice area.  The Curriculum Coach is accountable for assisting with the implementation of all aspects of the various curricula implemented in the Children First program, including the Creative Curriculum. This includes training of staff, conducting classroom observations, and serving as a liaison between teaching staff, the Regional Manager and childcare partner staff (as applicable) to ensure compliance with Head Start and Early Head Start Program Performance Standards, State and local licensing regulations, VPK standards, and Children First’s program goals and objectives. Secondarily, this position is responsible for acquisition and maintenance of national accreditation status at select sites.  The employee works under the direction of the Regional Manager. Additional guidance is provided by standard operating procedures, parent’s handbook and curriculum handbook. Work is reviewed through classroom observations, annual evaluations with supervisor, and inspections from all monitoring bodies.  See more:  www.childrenfirst.net  (posted 6/21)

Children First Regional Manager – 1 FT opening, $39k-70k salary / 12 month position North Port-Venice area.  Summary:  The Regional Manager provides oversight and guidance in the execution of the Children First preschool programs for young children, including supervision of Curriculum Coaches (I and II), Site Support, and Classroom Teachers. In addition to maintaining program administration and appropriate documentation, the Regional Manager provides short-term and long-range planning for service delivery, acts as an integrator of Head Start Program components, including children’s services, family services and management and design, and functions as a liaison between central office leadership, staff and community collaborators.  This position works under the general direction of the Vice President, Programs. Work is reviewed through regular coaching and feedback, annual evaluations with supervisor, and inspections from the Department of Social Services.   See more:  www.childrenfirst.net  (posted 6/21)

Children First Development Associate $12.00-$15.00 hourly rate / 12 month position.  Sarasota.  Summary:  The Development Associate assists the Development Department in fundraising, special events coordination, marketing and public relations on behalf of Children First to compliment and promote fundraising activities, as well as promote the community image of Children First. Specifically he/she updates and maintains the donor base system, assists in stewardship of gifts through thank you notes and other activities,  conducts donor research, monitors donor based moves management, creates and updates social media, assists the Development Department with special projects and special events, and provides Departmental administration and support. This position works under the direction of the Vice President, Development. Work is reviewed through regular coaching and feedback and annual evaluations with supervisor.  See more:  www.childrenfirst.net  (posted 6/21)

Children First Volunteer Coordinator:  $14.27-$21.79 hourly rate / 12 month position / 40 hours/week.  Summary:  To manage, monitor, and maintain the volunteer program by orienting, screening, and training interested volunteers, placing them at the various sites, and coordinating with staff appropriately. Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and/or performance standards while meeting the goals and objectives of Children’s First overall mission. Responsible for program quality assurance via annual Self-Assessment, community assessment, program information reports and day to day monitoring in tracking database; assisting with the coordination of training days, managing and producing internal marketing, materials, and various administrative projects and special projects as assigned.   See more:  www.childrenfirst.net (posted 6/21)

Coordinator – Leadership Programs:  Community Youth Development (CYD) seeks energetic professional to work with middle and high school youth in a county-wide positive youth development initiative.  Successful candidate will possess excellent communication skills, ability to provide leadership and engage young people in positive activities.  Full Time position with benefits.  Bachelor’s Degree required, experience as a teacher or trainer preferred.  To apply, send letter of interest & resume to info@cydonline.org. No calls please. (posted 6/28)

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 hr@bbbssun.org (posted 6/28)

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens has an opening for a Database Manager to oversee our constituent engagement database of 50,000+ membership, contribution, volunteerism, and other records hosted on the Altru platform. Responsibilities include setting data recording policies, gift reporting, list provision, acknowledgments and other database applications, as well as ensuring integrity of data and information retrieval capabilities. Act as Primary liaison with Accounting for reconciliations and with IT for all issues with software provider. Train staff on database use. Qualified applicants will have at least two years of database management experience with Raiser’s Edge or similar product. Prior experience with non-profits such as institutions of higher learning or other membership organizations is desired. Candidate must have good verbal and written communication skills, expertise with Microsoft Office, and strong attention to detail.  EOE,Drug Free Workplace. Please no calls or visits. Resumes should be sent to careers@selby.org  (posted 6/28)

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens has an opening for a Membership Associate to manage a database of 8,500+ households. Duties include updating membership records, printing and mailing membership cards, daily and monthly reconciliation of membership records with Accounting, and periodic reporting to the Board of Trustees. Qualified applicants must be organized, detail oriented and able to work under deadline pressure. Expertise with Microsoft Excel and Word required. Excellent telephone and customer service skills a must. Prior experience with Altru, Raiser’s Edge or other database programs is desirable. EOE,Drug Free Workplace. Please no calls or visits. Resumes should be sent to careers@selby.org (posted 6/28)

Director of Executive and Board Affairs:  Jewish Family and Children's Service (JFCS) has an immediate opening for a Director of Executive and Board Affairs. The Director of Executive and Board Affairs is responsible for executive assistant responsibilities for the President/CEO and Board Chair. As requested by the Board Chair, this position coordinates all board meetings, plans retreats and associated activities, provides background material for board deliberations, assists with committee appointments, setting agendas, scheduling, correspondence, and maintaining corporate records. The Director supports the President/CEO-Board Chair partnership in leading the organization. The Director will facilitate the work of the Board Chair as needed.  Must have experience working with senior level staff, preferably in the not for profit field, and interacting with boards of directors. Must hold a Bachelor's degree or a Master's Degree in business or nonprofit management. Proven ability to utilize word processing software. Proven ability for accuracy and follow-through. Must be highly organized, neat and concerned with accuracy in communication and documentation. Must have 3 years increasingly responsible clerical/administrative experience, 1 year experience working with Senior Executives.  Please send resume, stating salary requirements to jobs@jfcs-cares.org. (posted 6/28)

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Inc. seeks a new team member to serve Highlands and Hardee counties.  The Mission Specialist is responsible for managing the development, delivery and extension of Girl Scout leadership program and membership in assigned geographical areas with a focus through series, event, and troop pathways.  She/he represents and extends Girl Scouting in the community through presentations, collaborative efforts, and networking, and ensures Girl Scout program is accessible throughout assigned jurisdiction.  She/he assembles and works with advisory teams and volunteers to plan and implement opportunities, events, and activities, establishes collaborative working relationships with internal colleagues and external constituencies, and creates short- and long-term opportunities for volunteer involvement, ensuring flexible deployment of volunteers in support of pathway needs.  For consideration, please submit by email a cover letter including salary requirements and resume to hr@gsgcf.org.  EOE/Drug Free Workplace.  View posting on council website at www.gsgcf.org; position is open – June 24, 2014. (posted 6/28)

The Parenting Program at Forty Carrots Family Center is seeking a part-time Parenting Educator. This position is responsible for developing trusting, nurturing and supportive relationships with families, providing the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life.  This individual must demonstrate the ability to work with parents and their young children in group and individualized settings, and must show the ability to engage families through a strength-based approach. Candidate must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Counseling, Early Childhood Education, Social Work or related field and a minimum of 3 years of experience working with children and families.  Please email your resume to Christina Rodrigues, Parenting Program Director at christina.rodrigues@fortycarrots.com  Visit our website for more information: www.fortycarrots.org (posted 7/3)

The Director of Philanthropy serves as the principal fundraising officer for Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast including: Responsible for the oversight, planning and implementation of a comprehensive fundraising program that secures significant financial resources from individuals, foundations, corporations and others in support of the mission; Management of all charitable giving functions, including planned giving, major giving, annual giving and special campaigns; Working with other staff to establish fundraising goals and is accountable for these goals; Motivation and coordination of the fundraising efforts of staff and volunteers – including Board of Directors – in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors; Management of a personal portfolio of approximately 100 prospects and guides and supports the Executive Director in his or her fundraising work; Focus on long-range strategic priorities, seeking to raise multi-year commitments and communicates a broad vision to others; Understanding of and compliance with gift-related policies and procedures.  To request the full job description contact pam@conservationfoundation.com (posted 7/3)

Coordinator of Medical Affairs:  The Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA) seeks a part-time Coordinator of Medical Affairs to provide medical support to families of children with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS).  This position requires strong counseling and writing skills, good organizational abilities, sound decision making, and a demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a staff team.  An advanced degree in medical social work, nursing, counseling or a related field is preferred.  Strong consideration will be given to bilingual candidates.  Send cover letter and resume to dapplebee@pwsausa.org (posted 7/11)

Development Director:  We seek a dynamic, creative person with superior communication skills to manage development activities.  The position is responsible for enacting our resource development, marketing and communication plans.  Summary:  The Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA) (PWSA-USA) position is located at our national headquarters in Sarasota, FL.  The position is responsible for formulating, leading and implementing strategies to grow revenues through planned giving and special events within the United States.  The position manages all aspects of fundraising including special fundraising events with volunteer event organizers, including Chapter management as well as those tasks that will ensure the success of the mission of PWSA-USA.  Ideal candidate: The ideal candidate has 3-5 years of special event fundraising, including a solid track record of special event fundraising generating annual revenues of $150,000+ in walks/runs, golf, social media and gala events in rare disease and advocacy.  Send cover letter and resume to dapplebee@pwsausa.org (posted 7/11)

Family Support Worker Supervisor FT – Pt Charlotte.  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 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 to 0-3 age population; must have three years experience working with diverse families.  Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 7/11)

Teacher Assistant/Substitute Teachers – North Port.  Experience with early childhood education, special needs & challenging behaviors preferred for inclusion preschool. Must have staff credentials.  Apply at 6929 Outreach Way, North Port; Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume HR@thefloridacenter.org. EOE/DFWP (posted 7/11)

Preschool Teachers – North Port.  Experience with early childhood education, special needs & challenging behaviors preferred for inclusion preschool. Minimum requirements include Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or related field and staff credential.  Apply at 6929 Outreach Way, North Port; Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume HR@thefloridacenter.org. EOE/DFWP (posted 7/11)

Occupational Therapists – Sarasota/North Port.  PT/FT Min. requirements include Bachelor Degree, Florida Professional License and experience with pediatric population;  knowledge of sensory integration techniques a plus. Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 7/11)

Florida Cancer Specialists and Research Institute is seeking a Client Services Coordinator.  The Client Services Coordinator manages the assigned casework services for clients and their families, acts as a liaison between client/family, the FCS Foundation, and other external agencies and organizations to ensure necessary assistance is provided promptly and effectively, including  supervising the client services volunteers. Must be able to work independently and have strong organizational and time management skills, written and verbal communication skills.  High degree of office management and administrative skills.  Proficient with Microsoft office suite and excellent computer and internet skills.  Resume and Cover letter to chernandez@flcancer.com (posted 7/11)

Director of Philanthropy, Forty Carrots Family Center, serving Sarasota and Manatee. Founded in 1993, Forty Carrots is a public-supported charity and a highly-respected agency providing lasting impact through early childhood education and parenting education aimed at strengthening families. Full-charge department chief/closer to maintain, grow and steward half of 20+ year-old organization’s annual budget. Hire will be a proven manager and major-gift fundraiser. Support outreach for at-risk families, early childhood and parenting education (birth 0-8), related mental health services, and professional education.  Bachelor’s degree and 8-10 years fundraising required. For details, see http://www.ephilanthropy.com . Confidential resume and cover letter (please submit PDFs) to Nancy L Brown, ACFRE, Chief Search Counsel, Designs in Development LLC, nancybrown40c@aol.com . Inquiries/referrals: 727-398-5997. (posted 7/12)

Development Associate:  The Jewish Housing Council Foundation, a not for profit organization located in Sarasota Florida, is seeking a Development Associate who supports the Vice President of Development with fundraising, special events, marketing and public relations. Bachelor’s Degree and/or four years experience in related field. Competitive Salary and Benefits provided. If interested in this position, please send your resume Phyllis A. Cunningham, MPA, Human Resource Director at: 1951 North Honore Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34235. Email address is:pcunningham@kobernickanchin.org    EEO/Drug/Smoke Free/Non-Violent Workplace (posted 7/13)

United Way of Manatee County:  Administrative Coordinator.  Salary Range: $30,000 - $35,000.  Function: Support administrative efforts to ensure timely and accurate completion of the responsibilities to best represent the organizational goals and office functions.  Take ownership of supportive efforts across entire organization.  Salary Range: $30,000 - $35,000.  Function: Support administrative efforts to ensure timely and accurate completion of the responsibilities to best represent the organizational goals and office functions.  Take ownership of supportive efforts across entire organization.   Read more here:  (careers)  http://www.uwmc.net/careers/index.php  (posted 7/12)

Sertoma Kids, Inc. seeks a part-time Development Director, on a contract basis.  Five years minimum experience in annual giving, major gifts, fundraising, communications, and special events. Sertoma Kids, Inc. provides speech language therapy to children and their families to address a broad spectrum of communication challenges.  We provide therapy regardless of the family’s ability to pay.   We make a profound difference in the lives of these children by developing critical verbal communication skills through which they can express themselves and influence others around them. Sertoma Kids is growing—opening two additional speech language clinics—and we need someone to help us grow.  Please contact Allan H. Weis, member of the Sertoma Kids Board, by sending a cover letter and résumé to mailto:alweis@advanced.org  (posted 7/13)

The Preschool at Forty Carrots Family Center is seeking a qualified teacher for our NAEYC accredited preschool. Teachers must demonstrate knowledge of child development and best practices in early childhood education, the ability to work well as part of a teaching team, and excellent communication skills with children, parents and other professionals. Minimum of 3 year experience and a 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 7/15)

Artis-Naples, home of the Naples Philharmonic and The Baker Museum, is an extraordinary center for the performing and visual arts on Florida’s historic southwest coast.  Now entering its 26th season and enjoying exceptional fundraising successes, Artis—Naples is seeking a Senior Major Gifts Officer (SMGO) who will report to the Chief Advancement Officer and collaborate with a skilled advancement team.  In this role the SMGO will manage a portfolio of 100+ donors and prospects capable of making gifts of at least $10K.  For more information please visit http://artisnaples.org/ (posted 7/16)

Community Resource Director, Ft. Myers Office, Full Time: The CRD is responsible to assist in the development of community resources to position BBBSSUN 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. Various duties to include but not limited to: Identify and negotiate corporate, community and institutional partnerships that can provide an ongoing supply of potential volunteers and financial support. Maintains flexible hours to include evenings and weekends. 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 hr@bbbssun.org. (posted 7/16)

Director of Development and Marketing: Collier Child Care Resources (CCCR) seeks an experienced fundraising professional to lead a comprehensive development and marketing program. The successful candidate will be professionally effective and fit well into a positive, compassionate non-profit environment.  Collier Child Care Resources is a private, non-profit child care agency that serves children, families and early learning professionals. Our mission is to support the needs of Collier County’s children, families and early learning professionals by providing high quality education, resources and child care services. Our vision is to provide affordable, quality child care services for children, families and early learning professionals in Collier County. Our programs are highly regarded and in high demand. We have 50 program staff members, but only three full-time administrative staff members. We are a small and flexible team running a successful, growing $2 million+ operation that currently serves over 250 children per year.  More:  http://collierchildcare.org/about-cccr/employment-opportunities (posted 7/28)

Non-Profit Medical Facility seeking a Senior Accountant:  Required:  Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and minimum three years’ experience in business, medical or accounting firm. Perform Daily and as Needed Duties – which include, but are not limited to: Compile statistics and gather data to prepare reports and summaries as needed;   Assists Human Resources with personnel files, benefit files, and other areas; Perform Weekly Duties – which include, but are not limited to: Review payables and communicate with vendors; Review deposits; Perform Month End Duties – which include, but are not limited to: Closing journal entries; Review bank reconciliations; Grant reconciliations; Prepare payroll transfers; Depreciation/Fixed Assets; Credit Card reconciliation; Reviewing cash disbursements; Reviewing receipts;       Reviewing benefit employee benefit information; Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual reports which include, but are not limited to: Ryan White case management invoice; Ryan White case management counts; Ryan White FTTY report;   Ryan White HOPWA FTTY report; Ryan White superbill review; Depreciation True up; Fixed Asset Inventory; Assists in all operational items which include, but are not limited to: Running errands to insure the clinic runs as smoothly as possible; Contact vendors to fix items as needed; Being proactive as possible to fix problems before they happen; Reviewing contracts with vendors; All other facility and property maintenance for several clinics we own and operate.  Available as an accountant for special events which may be held on nights and/or weekends.  Send resume to Lacy at lacey@cccsrq.org (posted 7/22)

Front Desk/Administrative Assistant: Experience with Medicaid/Insurance maintenance, schedule appts, records management, support to therapists and early childhood classrooms, general reception duties and strong computer skills.  Pleasant personality, customer service oriented, professional and strong work ethic.  Fax resume (941)378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org or apply at 4620 17th St, Sarasota  EOE/DFWP. (posted 7/22)

Principal/Director Early Childhood Education: Exp with administrative duties required to direct an early childhood education inclusion program. Min of Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related educational field.  Director Credential , VPK Endorsed and exp with Early Head Start/Head Start and special needs and challenging behaviors required.  Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 7/22)

Family Support Worker Supervisor FT – Pt Charlotte: 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 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 to 0-3 age population; must have three years experience working with diverse families.  Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 7/22)

Teacher Assistant/Substitute Teachers – North Port:  Experience with early childhood education, special needs & challenging behaviors preferred for inclusion preschool. Must have staff credentials.  Apply at 6929 Outreach Way, North Port; Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume HR@thefloridacenter.org. EOE/DFWP (posted 7/22)

Preschool Teachers – North Port:  Experience with early childhood education, special needs & challenging behaviors preferred for inclusion preschool. Minimum requirements include Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or related field and staff credential.  Apply at 6929 Outreach Way, North Port; Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume HR@thefloridacenter.org. EOE/DFWP (posted 7/22)

Occupational Therapists – Sarasota/North Port:  PT/FT Min. requirements include Bachelor Degree, Florida Professional License and experience with pediatric population;  knowledge of sensory integration techniques a plus. Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 7/22)

Development & Donor Relations Coordinator -  Meals on Wheels PLUS of Manatee has an immediate opening for this position, which supports fundraising efforts and fosters positive donor relations. Primary responsibilities include careful maintenance of the Raiser’s Edge donor database, timely and accurate acknowledgment letters, analytical reports of Development activities, and creative donor communication pieces. The idea candidate will have excellent writing skills, attention to detail, ability to segment data for analysis, and interest in pursuing a career in the nonprofit Development field. Experience in Marketing, Promotions, or Graphic Design is desirable. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, especially Word and Excel is necessary, and knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or a similar database is preferred, though training can be provided. The position is Part-Time at minimum, but can be Full-Time if the candidate has proven graphic design skills. A Bachelor’s Degree and 2-3 years of work experience is required, with nonprofit knowledge preferred. Qualified candidates may send a resume and cover letter to thill@mealsonwheelsplus.org (posted 7/25)

Position Title: Manager Constituent Database, State College of Florida Foundation:  This position is responsible for the overall management of all biographical and gift information including all data entry and retrieval for constituent records in a menu driven database program. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in database management (preferably Raiser’s Edge 7). Minimum of two years’ previous experience with database administration including experience with queries and data manipulation for reporting purposes is required. Working knowledge of web page software. Previous experience in a college/university and/or non-profit setting is desirable. Ability to be bonded by the Foundation’s insurance policy. To read more details about this position and to apply online, visit http://employment.scf.edu. (posted 7/27)

Position Title: Specialist, Foundation, State College of Florida Foundation:  This position provides assistance and support to the Director of Development, Scholarship Coordinator and Accountant with the overall events, donor services, scholarship process and financial management of the Foundation. Requirements: Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year College or technical school and six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge and demonstrated experience working with double entry accounting. Experience in not-for-profit fund accounting preferred. Ability to be bonded through the Foundation’s insurance policy. To read more details about this position and to apply online, visit http://employment.scf.edu. (posted 7/27)

Planning Analyst- The Salvation Army of Sarasota: This position is responsible for researching grant opportunities along with writing grants independently and in conjunction with Program Managers. In addition to grant writing and administration, this position will also assist the Commanding Officer with special projects as well as working with the Advisory Board; attends and participates in various community organizations and agencies in order to increase awareness of The Salvation Army programs and services and serves as guest speaker for the same. Performs extensive analysis of Command’s business goals and determines what factors will contribute to or impede the ability to obtain those goals. Provides administrative and managerial support to the Officer in Charge by devoting no more than ten hours per week to training and testing staff on direct knowledge of process and procedures for grant administration and financial compliance for existing grants and programs. Oversees and coordinates during first year of new grants to ensure compliance and measurable outcomes. Email resumes to detra_moore@uss.salvationarmy.org or fax to 941-954-4645. (posted 7/27)