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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 you have questions or concerns, please contact Kim Noyes in the AFP office at 941-921-5410 or 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.  Job postings are free of charge.    The AFP Southwest Florida Chapter assumes no responsibility for accurate or timely postings. 


Ringling College of Art & Design -Advancement Records Specialist is responsible for ensuring effective, accurate, consistent data entry and gift recording processes, information management and reporting.  This position ensures compliance with industry standards for gift recording, reporting and handling policies and procedures as well as department standards of confidential data.  Reporting directly to the Advancement Services Manager, the Specialist is responsible for ensuring timeliness, data integrity, and an accurate reflection of donor intentions.  Responsible for daily, weekly, monthly reports, including daily reconciliations and processes.   Minimum qualifications include two years experience in a dynamic Development office or equivalent; understanding of accounting principles; experience and knowledge of database protocols; proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; High School diploma or equivalent required.   Open until filled.   For more information and to apply on-line go to: EOE (posted 11/7)

Director of Development - The Lifelong Learning Academy is seeking an experienced development professional to serve as the development expert for the organization.  This position will be a part time position with flexible work hours’ having the potential to grow as the fundraising efforts’ of the agency grows. The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree and 5 years’ experience in development. Work experience as a development professional may substitute for the required education on a year for year basis. Local fundraising experience is preferred. Experience within a successful Capital Campaign is required. To Apply: Please send resume and 3 letters of reference to Janna Overstreet, LLA Executive Director, 8350 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243 For further information go to (posted 11/7)

The Women’s Resource Center of Sarasota County is an established  nonprofit organization with a 35 year history of providing transformational services to women in Sarasota County. We are seeking an experienced Development professional to implement the fundraising goals of our organization. These goals include development of major gift, annual appeal, special events and planned giving activities . The ideal candidate will have demonstrated success in the Development field. The qualified candidate will be mission focused, goal-oriented, demonstrate superior interpersonal skills, and have the ability to work well within a team environment. This position requires a talented professional who has the proven ability to be innovative, multi-task and implement the development goals of the organization.  Applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter which includes their salary requirements and email their confidential information to Marian Schooler, at (posted 11/7)

JoshProvides Epilepsy Assistance Foundation has an immediate opening for a Vice President of Development to further the Foundation's mission by increasing financial sustainability through increased endowments and donations from donors and special events nationally and locally and expanding the Foundation's national and local outreach through volunteer recruitment and retention. A minimum of a Bachelor's degree with 2 - 4 years of non-profit fund raising experience working in a managerial/supervisory role within a community based setting; manage the overall strategies of a comprehensive fund development and stewardship programs; direct experience in development/fundraising functions; become knowledgeable about epilepsy and promote epilepsy awareness and help demystify epilepsy; be a self-starter; excellent interpersonal, communication and supervisory skills; strong writing, oral and presentation communication skills; ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, and work with minimal supervision; proficiency and experience in working with and managing eTapestry management data base system, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Publisher and Facebook, Linked In and You Tube. Qualified candidates are invited to email a cover letter, outlining major career accomplishments, salary requirements, and resume to: (posted 11/7)

Part-Time Caseworker at Our Mother’s House of Catholic Charities.  Our Mother’s House of Catholic Charities, located in Venice, is looking for a Part-time caseworker to work with homeless mothers and their preschool children.  Position will be available in January 2015, and will incorporate 20 hours per week.  The successful applicant will interview, screen and assess residential candidates for psychosocial status and eligibility criteria and complete a needs assessment for each resident.  Additional responsibilities include weekly care plan meetings with each resident to evaluate progress toward goals, discharge planning, and accurate and quality documentation within resident clinical records.  Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related human service field – Master’s Degree preferred.  Resume to (posted 11/7)

Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center - President & CEO: Serves as the chief executive and operating officer of SPARCC with overall responsibility for organizing the development and allocation of resources, and marketing the services to the community.  The Executive Director is accountable for the overall programmatic and fiscal integrity of the organization within the framework and philosophy set by the Board of Directors.  Read more  (posted 11/14)

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 (posted 11/14)

The Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota County, Inc., a non-profit, community-based coalition established in 1997, has a mission to improve the Health and Well-Being of pregnant Women, Infants, and young children is seeking a Contract / Quality Assurance Manager of the Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota County procures and manages contracts for Healthy Start Care Coordination and Wraparound Service Contracts.  The position requires a detail-oriented individual with a Bachelor’s (required) or Master’s Degree (preferred) who has at least three years experience in:  Maternal-Child Health; Quality Assurance and Improvement; and Contract Management, Compliance and Budgeting. This professional should be able to form strong professional relationships with sub-contracted service providers and have excellent communication and organizational skills.  Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is required.This position is a full-time exempt position includes Health Benefits. The Contract / QA Manager reports directly to the Executive Director. Send cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to (posted 11/19)

Director Development and Stewardship.  The Catholic Diocese of Venice in Florida is seeking a Director of Development and Stewardship to manage the overall strategies of a comprehensive fund development and stewardship programs. This position will direct and coordinate all phases of the annual giving campaign with special emphasis on the Catholic Faith Appeal and fundraising development initiatives. The successful candidate must have a strong theological understanding of Christian stewardship and Catholic faith, a dynamic leader with a proven track record, excellent interpersonal communications and demonstrated business management skills. Candidates are required to have a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree and CFRE strongly preferred.  Qualified candidates are invited to email a cover letter, outlining major career accomplishments, salary requirements, and name of their parish with an attached resume to: (posted 11/19)

Major Gifts Officer.  The Diocese of Venice seeks a Major Gift Officer to manage the relationship process for all major gift donors and prospects throughout the ten counties of Southwest Florida.  The ideal candidate must have fund-raising experience and demonstrated success in the identification, qualification, cultivation and solicitation of significant gifts.  The successful candidate must have a strong commitment and knowledge of the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church and the vision and mission of the Diocese of Venice. Qualifications:  A proven track record with personal solicitation and portfolio management; strong interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, organization and attention to details; ability to analyze and synthesize complex material and use it to develop strategic fund development plans and to present an appropriate, well-informed message to donors; experience with donor database, Raisers Edge preferred; strong computer literacy, including ability to use word processing, spreadsheet and conduct research for prospective donors; ability to write a range of correspondence from business letters to thank you notes; excellent judgment and diplomacy; ability to work under pressure and with deadlines; undergraduate degree, advanced degree preferred.Qualified candidates are invited to email a cover letter, salary requirements and name of their parish along with an attached resume to  (posted 11/19)

Case Worker- The New Paradigm Foundation, Englewood, FL-This is a part time (20 hours/week), grant funded position providing case management assistance to clients of the Transitional Housing Program. Duties include: home visits; assessing needs and eligibility to receive services; writing case management plans; preparing and maintaining client records; referring clients to community resources; collaborating and maintaining good relationships with community agencies and computer proficiency.  Must have experience in case management.  College degree preferred. Email resume to: or fax to 941/828-1462. (posted 11/19)

Development and Communications Manager:  The Prader-Willi Syndrome Association(USA)is seeking a Development and Communications Manager for our national office located in Sarasota, FL.  Under the direction of the development director, this position will support the organization’s fundraising, marketing, and public relations activities.  In addition, the position will be responsible for coordinating and guiding the development activities of the state chapters. Ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in business administration, communications, nonprofit management or a related field.  A minimum of three years’ experience in fundraising is required.   Marketing, social media and electronic marketing, computer, web, and customer relationship management software database skills required.   Experience with Donor Perfect a plus.  To apply send a cover letter and resume to   (posted 11/19)

Development Specialist:  The Prader-Willi Syndrome Association is seeking a Development Specialist for our national office in Sarasota, FL.  The position is responsible for supporting the organizations fundraising activities that include individual solicitation and special event fundraising.  The position will provide national support to special events while conducting fundraising special events in the Sarasota metro area.  Ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, nonprofit management or a related human service field.  The individual must have two to three years of fundraising experience with a proven track record of success.  Strong computer skills and customer relationship management database software skills required.  To apply send a cover letter and resume to  (posted 11/19)

FND Manasota is looking for professional and compassionate individuals that are interested in Part Time Respite work to expand our Respite team.  For additional information on how to become part of our caring team contact Jacki Reynolds at 941-321-1754 or (posted 11/23)

Support Services Coordinator:  The Senior Services Program of Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast has a full time opening for a Supportive Services Coordinator. The Supportive Services Coordinator will coordinate respite services and provide client support to participants in the Carefree Living at Home Program.  Specific duties include direct program management responsibilities for AmeriCorps/Legacy, RELIEF, and onsite respite programs. A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in the area of social work, psychology, mental health, or a related human service field is required. Experience and passion for working with older adults and their families, knowledge of community outreach resources, strong administrative skills with proficiency in Word and Excel are required.  This position reports to the Director of Senior Services. Apply to (posted 12/1)

Financial Coordinator (part time) Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast, Inc. has a part time opening for a Jewish Healing Financial Coordinator. The Financial Coordinator provides case management and financial assistance  to those in the Jewish community who are identified and eligible for financial assistance, works closely with the Jewish Healing Program Coordinator as well as Building Strong Families Program  and The Jewish  Federation of Sarasota-Manatee as funding sources. The ideal candidate will have  2 years’ experience in the Human Services field, preferably in case management. A Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services or related field and the ability to drive to home visits within the community are required. Please apply to (posted 12/1)

Program Manager - Steps to Well-Being  Oversees daily operations and general maintenance of VIPER, CRP, and other programs. Makes recommendations regarding organizational policies, office procedures, and personnel practices. Participates and works in conjunction with other assigned staff to assist in the development of the agency’s Strategic Planning. Plans, develops, coordinates, implements and evaluates program services based on changing needs of program participants; develops programs to assist in the stabilization of children and families as well as to conducts assessments to identify program’s strengths and weaknesses and to specify program goals. Participates in grant development and providing program information related to grants. Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree and two years progressively responsible experience administering and developing social services programs. Resumes can be sent to Sarasota_Employment (posted 12/3)

Director of Development - Temple Beth Sholom Schools  The director of development reports to the head of school. Responsibilities include the following:  To devise and manage a program designed to attract the maximum gift support possible to the institution. This program will include annual fund solicitation; planned giving programs; corporate and foundation proposals; and planning for major capital gifts; To help develop and coordinate all aspects of the major gifts campaign; To keep the head of school and Development Committee informed on a weekly basis of the fund-raising activities of this office; To develop a plan to increase alumni and parental support of, and involvement in, the institution; To create a coordinated publications and printing program which will most effectively communicate with our various constituencies (including the alumni magazine); To develop a complete program of research into and an action plan of solicitation of the school's key prospects; To serve as staff support for the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees, the Parents’ Association and the Alumni Association; To oversee processing of all gift income for the purpose of providing receipts and the maintaining of giving records of donors to the school; To develop and lead a professional and volunteer staff to carry out the activities of this office; To perform other duties as assigned by the head of school; To support the school and its leadership.  Send resume and letter of interest to (posted 12/3)

Business Manager - Temple Beth Schools:  The Business Manager reports to the head of school. Responsibilities include the following: To supervise the work of the bookkeeper and office personnel and use standard accounting and bookkeeping procedures, to keep an accurate continuous record of the cash and financial position of the school and manage the financial operation of the school so that the institution remains financially stable.   To prepare a monthly operating statement for the head of school and the board of trustees; To provide a monthly report of expenditures for use of each individual budget center within the school; To establish a plan and schedule for the preparation of the annual budget that will permit the setting of the succeeding year’s tuition at a Board of Trustees meeting early in the calendar year; To provide for the securing of an annual audit of the school’s financial records and financial positions; To oversee all school purchasing, financial investments, banking activities, payroll and benefits program; To provide staff support, in conjunction with the head of school, to the Finance Committee and the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees; To manage risk at the school to ensure the safety of personnel and students in their use of the facilities and to maintain appropriate levels of insurance to protect the property and to cover the liability of the school; To oversee school transportation, including transportation routes, schedules and contracts and to assess the performance of the transportation companies; To oversee and coordinate the work of the secretarial staff and support staff; To ensure the effective management of the bookstore and the food service operation and any other auxiliary enterprises of the school. To assist the head of school with decisions regarding salaries and benefits for all personnel, including the evaluation of support staff; To represent the school at various regional, state, and national associations relative to the role of being the business manager; To perform other duties as assigned by the head of school; To support the school and its leadership. Send resume and letter of interest to (posted 12/3)

Senior Accountant - Community Foundation of Sarasota County.  Provides accounting services, including detailed general ledger work, reconciliations and reporting, as well as, some administrative support.  Provides backup to team in the performance of day-to-day financial operations. Read more.  (posted 12/10)

Curator—Historic Spanish Point (Osprey, Florida).  The Curator is a staff position at Historic Spanish Point, a 30 acre environmental, archaeological, and historic site located in Osprey (Sarasota County) Florida.  The museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, and the property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.  The Curator is responsible for the management and care of collections, including historic buildings and gardens, archaeological elements, artifacts, documents and photographs.  The Curator is responsible for exhibits and a small research center.  The Curator works closely with the museum’s horticulturist and the Site Superintendent for the smooth operation and maintenance of the historic site that is open to the public daily.  The Curator reports to the Deputy Director. For additional information, visit Send applications, including a resume and letter of interest to (posted 12/10)

Family Partnership Center – Program Director is responsible for the design, development, implementation and maintenance of parenting education and support programs. The Program Director supervises program staff and contractors. This full time position reports to the Executive Director.  Knowledge, skills and abilities needed: Master’s Degree preferred in Education, Social Work, or related field; 5 years’ experience as a Parenting Educator or in a related (education or social service) field; 5 years of supervision experience, preferably in parenting education or a related field; Strong experience in educational program development and implementation; Excellent communication skills and computer skills; Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus; and experience working with minorities a plus. Details can be found at:  (posted 12/13)

Full Time Girls on the Run Program Manager:  Girls Inc. of Sarasota County is immediately seeking to hire a FT Girls on the Run Program Manager to grow the GOTR program throughout Sarasota County.  Girls on the Run is an after-school program for girls in grades 3-8th that supports their social, emotional and physical development through the delivery of age and developmentally appropriate curricula and training to run or walk a 5k race.  The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to women’s physical fitness efforts, experience in women’s sports, and exceptional communication, organization, time management, computer, administrative, financial budgeting, and marketing/communication/public relations skills. To apply please send letter of interest and resume to Robin Rose, CEO, at (posted 12/17)

Part Time Program Receptionist:  Girls Incorporated of Sarasota County is immediately seeking to hire an experienced PT Program Receptionist to support its front office daily operation.  The position will be available January 5th, 2015, and will incorporate 20 hours per week from approximately 2 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.  The ideal candidate will have exceptional communication skills as well as previous customer service, scheduling, finance/accounting, administrative, office coordination, strong computer skills and receptionist experience.  This position is critical to ensuring a positive first impression of the Girls Inc. agency.  Spanish speaking a plus.  To apply please send letter of interest and resume to Julie Sullivan at  (posted 12/17)