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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. 

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Charlotte Community Foundation CEO:  Established in 1995, the Charlotte Community Foundation is Charlotte County’s center for philanthropy.  The Foundation exists to improve the entire community by serving our donors, advocating for philanthropy and supporting other non-profit organizations.  The Foundation is governed by the active leadership of a Board of Directors and served by a full-time staff of two, including a CEO and an administrative assistant, as well part-time staff and consultants as needed. Our board members are chosen for their strong ties to the community and their local knowledge of the current and changing needs of Charlotte County and its residents. Under this guidance, the Foundation has set a course that strives to encourage public and private philanthropy and supports projects that offer unique solutions to community needs so that we may enhance and improve the quality of life for all of our residents.  Read more here.  Direct all inquiries and submissions in confidence to  (posted 5/24)

Family Resources, Inc.  Counselor - This position is responsible for counseling and administrative tasks  of a sensitive nature.  The position will work exclusively with adoptive parents and adoptive youth as part of a collaboarative team effort with the Family Partnership with the goal of ensuring safe and healthy permanency within adoptive families.. This positon is responsible for therapeutically assiting  these youth and families in identify problems and finding meaningful  solutions through assessment, planning, case management and counseling efforts. Read more and apply here (posted 5/24)

Billing Specialist/Manager- Position is responsible for the entire accounts receivable process as well as department oversight and coordination.  Minimum of 5 years experience in Medicaid/Insurance/Healthcare billing, collections and credentialing/re-credentialing.  Must have a vast understanding of medical billing codes, rules and regulations.  Excellent written/verbal communication skills, Microsoft programs and electronic health records experience a must.  Strong attention to detail and ability to advance multiple priorities at once.  Associate degree in business administration or related field preferred.  CPC certificate a plus.  Salary based on education and experience.  Please forward your resume to EOE/DFWP (posted 5/26)

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida:  The Administrative Coordinator provides complex and diversified administrative and data entry support for member services and customer care team.  Provides exemplary customer service to internal and external stakeholders and performs all duties and handles all matters with tact, diplomacy and complete confidentiality.  Engages in written and verbal communication with internal and external stakeholders in a courteous, timely, and knowledgeable manner.  Performs record creation/entries/changes and is responsible for ongoing accurate and timely day-to-day database administration following prescribed policies, protocols, and procedures.  Performs a variety of data collection, data entry, data verification, and data distribution routines in accordance with council policies and procedures.  Maintains documents in compliance with applicable legal and record retention requirements.  Works cross-functionally and collaboratively as a member of the team, and initiates cross-training to ensure proficiency as a backup for other team members.  Performs general administrative duties such as webinars set up, special projects, photocopying, faxing, and filing. Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/28)

Van Wezel Foundation: The Donor Relations Specialist serves as the liaison with the Friends and donors of Van Wezel Foundation and is responsible for completion of all ticketing requests and assisting with donor benefits.  The DRS maintains accurate and complete donor records while working closely with and supporting the Development department.  The DRS is responsible for all administrative tasks such as answering phones, distributing mail, mailings, etc.  The DRS also supports staff at special events, meetings and Foundation functions.  Read more.  (posted 5/28)

Child Development Center Teacher - Easter Seals Lily School – Sarasota, FL.  Responsible for writing and implementing developmentally appropriate lesson plans.  Responsible for creating and establishing classroom daily schedule to facilitate optimal learning experiences and interactions.  Responsible for establishing positive classroom management strategies that provide interactive instruction and engagement of the students.    Responsible for the supervision of the students and maintaining a safe, secure learning environment.  Responsible for providing direction and instruction to Assistant Teacher to keep the students engaged and active. Maintains a list of materials and supplies needed for curriculum programming and informs the Center Director of items required.  Must be able and willing to work full time. Preferred qualificationsAA degree in education or related field, CDA Credential, or FCCPC; Two years of direct involvement working in childcare.(Minimum of one year required); 40 +5 hours of DCF Training; CPR/First Aid training.  Resumes and cover letter to (posted 6/4)

DIRECTOR OF PHILANTHROPY needed for Coastal Behavioral Healthcare serving Sarasota, Charlotte, and Lee counties. ( LOCATION:  1565 State Street, Sarasota, Florida, 34236 QUALIFICATIONS:  We are looking for an experienced (5 years + in fund raising, philanthropic events/activities, cultivating donors and alternative revenue resources) results-driven individual. Successful candidates will have: At least 5 years of experience in fund development; A significant record of total dollars raised through individual, corporate, governmental and foundation gifts and grants; An ability to develop a wide variety of donors and professional advisors, and apply knowledge of planned giving concepts to obtain donor commitments; Established relationships and knowledge of the Sarasota/SW Florida area - a plus; Excellent computer skills: proficient with Microsoft including Excel, Power point, and Outlook; Experience with fundraising software and database management and organization (Donor Perfect fundraising software, a plus); Experience in: report generation, fundraising analytics, list management and segmentation for donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, as well as for events; Having a heart for the mission is critical; Experience in annual fund and information management highly desired.  POSITION SUMMARY: This is a full-time position/benefits/vacation & Holiday pay. The Director works closely with the President/CEO and development staff on donor cultivation and solicitation for annual, capital and planned gift programs, major gifts, fundraising activities and will personally solicit and close various major donor gifts.   This position reports directly to the President/CEO.  HOW TO APPLY:  Please send your resume with cover letter to or fax to the HR Department at (941) 926-7122.  Please visit us at to learn more and see all current job opportunities. (posted 6/4)

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHWEST & CENTRAL FLORIDA -  CONTROLLER.  The Controller is responsible for interpretation, implementation and maintenance of policies and procedures to facilitate accounting processes.  Ensures financial reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Establishes work standards and priorities; assigns, reviews and approves all tasks performed by Accounting Department staff. Develops, updates and implements staff job descriptions and procedures manuals. The Controller is responsible for the coordination, collection of information and preparation of the affiliate’s annual operating budget under the supervision of the CFO. Additional budget responsibilities will include the ongoing monitoring and reporting of variances to budgeted goals as well as evaluation and implementation of additions and revisions to the budget as required to meet the changing needs of the affiliate. Must be willing to be an advocate for the mission of Planned Parenthood, and demonstrate understanding of and a strong personal commitment to reproductive rights, goals, and PPSWCF’s principles and philosophies.  QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS: -Direct advanced accounting and budgeting experience required, with both non-profit organizations and medical organizations preferred. -Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. -Extensive knowledge of PC Platform software including: Word, Excel, Outlook, the Internet, and payroll and accounting software systems. -Working knowledge of GAAP standards. -Ability to analyze financial data and develop solutions to problems. -Excellent presentation skills with the ability to produce and present oral and written reports. -Ability to work independently, adhere to schedules and deadlines, and to plan and organize work effectively. -Experience supervising and directing accounting professionals. -Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or a related field required; MBA or CPA preferred. Resumes and covers letters to (posted 6/6)

SPARCC:  Part-Time Victim Advocate.  Reports To:  Lead Domestic Violence Advocate.  Position Summary:  This position provides direct services to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual violence, with a focus on serving male survivors. Maintains accurate and timely documentation in accordance with FCADV, FCASV, VOCA and agency requirements. The position is with Safe Place And Rape Crisis Center, Inc (SPARCC) state certified Domestic and Sexual Violence agency. Part time position, approximately 19 hours a week with hours Monday - Friday.  Home office would be 2139 Main Street, Sarasota, FL 34237. Benefits:  Benefits will not be provided to this position as it is part time.  Specific Duties and Responsibilities:  Provide outreach to male survivors to increase number of individuals seeking services from SPARCC; Provide support groups to male survivors of intimate partner violence and/or sexual assault; Provide direct crisis intervention services to victims of domestic/sexual violence and document service management and referrals accurately, in accordance with FCADV, FCASV, & VOCA requirements; Provide prevention education presentations to community agencies and members, as directed; Attend and participate in Male Engagement Coalition meetings and activities; Provide statistics on services provided on a timely basis; Participate in trainings to meet continuing education and certification requirements; Keep Supervisor apprised of activities, informally and by written word; Perform other duties as necessary or assigned.  Read more and apply here. (posted 6/6)

Sarasota Bay Estuary Program – PT Administrative Assistant The Sarasota Bay Estuary Program is seeking a part-time professional for a front office position. Responsibilities include office technology and support, reporting, managing quarterly board meetings with transcription, and appointment scheduling. The successful candidate will have strong computer skills, be proficient in MS Office, be able to multitask, and be accurate and organized. The candidate needs to be detail-oriented and self-motivated with strong interpersonal skills. Please email cover letter and resume to (posted 6/7)

Director of Development & Alumni Relations.  Sarasota Christian School is committed to igniting minds and infusing faith for students in grades Pre-K – 12th grade, and is fully accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools, Florida Kindergarten Council, Mennonite Education Agency, and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.  For more information on this position, visit or call (941) 371-6481.  (posted 6/2)

Chief Financial Officer (CFO):  JFCS is opening up a search for a Chief Financial Officer. The CFO furthers the Agency's mission by developing, implementing and maintaining all Agency financial and related systems; provides leadership and direction to the accounting and accounting management information functions; protects Agency resources and ensures that resources are used in the most efficient and effective manner possible;  ensures that Agency fiscal reports are timely and accurate. The position has responsibility and authority for the development, implementation and maintenance of all Agency financial related systems.  This is a senior-management position. The position requires a B.A./B.S. in Accounting or Finance. An MBA or CPA is preferred. Please send  resume to (posted 6/17)

Van Wezel Foundation -Director of Development: Solicit, cultivate and nurture financial support for Van Wezel Foundation with primary focus on areas of annual giving, major gifts, planned giving.Essential Functions: ·  Expand, coordinate and manage an Annual Giving Program to ensure resources for the Foundation’s ongoing programs and services. ·  Implement, coordinate and manage a Major Gift Program using moves management to elevate annual fund donors to major gift donors. · Organize, manage, and grow the Foundation’s Planned Giving Program. This includes cultivating prospects for charitable gift annuities and bequests, managing the activities of a Planned Giving Committee and assisting with recruitment efforts. ·  Provide support, documentation, and follow-up for legacy gifts made to the Foundation. ·  Maintain consistent personal contact with donors, prospects and the Board of Directors. · Collaborate with marketing to ensure consistency of brand and targeted messaging.  Read more here.  Resumes to (posted 6/17)

Community Manager – Relay For Life – American Cancer Society:  The Community Manager responsibilities include: accountable for the achievement of income performance targets for a portfolio of Relay for Life events in Sarasota and Manatee counties. Engage, train and manage relationships with community volunteers to ensure successful events execution.  Engage the community to drive increased event participation – event committee, teams, team members, sponsors, survivors and caregivers.  Develop and demonstrate skills in community organization, relationship building, talent identification and leadership development. Some of the qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in related field and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Excellent written and verbal communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. Ability to recruit, train and motivate community-based volunteers. Demonstrated ability in handling multiple priorities, project management and meeting deadlines; strong planning and organizational skills.  Proven relationship building, persuasion and influence skills. To view the full job description and apply, visit  (posted 6/17)

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT For Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice, Inc. covering 10-counties. Full time, excellent benefits. BA degree and 3-5 years’ experience required in fundraising, planned giving, budgeting, and the proven ability to develop and implement a business plan. Must be a team player and have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Computer literate in Microsoft, Word and Excel, knowledge of Raisers Edge preferred. Some travel required. Send cover letter and resume to by July 15, 2016 (posted 6/17)

Volunteer Coordinator- Part-time: The Woman’s Exchange, one of Sarasota’s largest non-profit consignment stores is seeking a multi-faceted individual with strong leadership, customer service and rapport building skills. Instead of overseeing paid staff, this individual will be responsible for recruiting, managing/coordinating, nurturing, supporting and training a group of dedicated volunteers. Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday Email:  (posted 6/17)

New College of Florida has an opportunity for an Office Manager in its Office of Advancement. The successful candidate will develop an understanding of the overall functions in the fundraising area which includes major gifts, planned gifts, annual giving and events, and perform all required reception duties at the front desk.  Responsibilities also include providing assistance to the AVP and Assistant Director, NCAA in a variety of tasks; including, but not limited to, support for NCAA Board and committee meetings by securing meeting arrangements, creating and distributing public meeting notices, organizing board meeting packets, attending meeting(s) to take notes and prepare minutes; scheduling a variety of meetings, assisting with travel arrangements, organizing travel itineraries, assist with contact reports; other miscellaneous tasks as needed. Preference will be given to those with an AA or Bachelor's Degree with work or volunteer experience in a non-profit setting. Excellent computer knowledge; Raiser's Edge is helpful, but not required. For more information and to apply, visit New College is an EOE. (posted 6/17)

The Perlman Music Program/Suncoast seeks a professional, motivated team player to serve as Special Projects Associate to focus on fundraising and marketing related projects and activities and work closely with the Development Director and Executive Director.  Position responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing support for special musical, fundraising, and educational events, maintaining donor database, interacting with the organization’s members, sponsors, and volunteers, and overseeing ticket distribution for public events. The successful candidate must have strong organizational, writing and communication skills, be detail and deadline oriented, be computer literate and competent with MS Word, MS Excel, and social media.  Photoshop and video editing experience a plus. Experience with fundraising and creative thinking is highly valued. Experience working with non-profits and/or arts administration is desirable. Send resume, cover letter, references and salary requirements to (posted 6/22)

Sr. Major Gift Officer Sun City Center, FL.  As a compassionate non-profit organization since 1983, Chapters Health System is committed to enhancing the lives of those affected by advancing age or illness. Through our comprehensive system of healthcare choices, we deliver expert care and heartfelt support to guide the community during the aging and end-of-life journey. From hospice and palliative care for adults and children suffering with life-limiting illnesses to in-home and community-based services for frail but independent seniors, Chapters Health offers a wide range of support services along life's ever-changing landscape.  Role:  The Senior Major Gifts Officer cultivates, solicits, stewards and closes gifts from existing donors and prospects.  Responsible for generating $1 million or more in gifts annually. Qualifications: Undergraduate degree, relevant Masters preferred; Five years experience major gifts, or senior level development; healthcare philanthropy preferred; Please see the rest of this job description and apply using the following link to our website:  (posted 6/22)

President, Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation:  The Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, Inc. (the Foundation) is an independent not-for-profit Type II Foundation. Since 1976, the Foundation has had one purpose - to philanthropically enhance and support quality healthcare for the residents in the Sarasota area. The Foundation seeks a strategic and collaborative fundraising leader to serve as the President.The successful candidate will bring a solid track record of increasing philanthropic revenue from diverse constituencies (including grateful patients) and significant experience in the successful identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gifts. Ideally, the successful candidate’s fundraising experience would be within a complex healthcare institution, academic medical center, hospital, or research-intensive institution of higher education.  The President will bring an entrepreneurial and creative approach to fundraising and the demonstrated ability to engage participation from all donor levels and create an atmosphere charged with enthusiasm, energy, and action.  The Healthcare Foundation has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to assist on this executive recruitment. Please send all confidential inquiries, applications, and nominations directly to FPS via e-mail at   (posted 6/23)

Bok Tower Gardens, a National Historic Landmark in Lake Wales, Fl, seeks an experienced Director of Development to oversee existing programs of membership, grants, corporate sponsorships, donor cultivation, stewardship, events and recognition. The position will work with a Development Committee, Board of Directors and President/CEO to develop, implement, manage and evaluate a strategic plan to set and achieve major gift, capital, endowment, annual giving and planned giving goals. This position supervises a support staff and volunteer team. Candidates must have: strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal); with a proven track record (5-10 years) in researching, cultivating, soliciting and closing major gift prospects in the $10,000+ range; demonstrate success in a variety of fundraising venues; and be able to manage multiple tasks , mentor staff (direct report and others), problem solve, analyze data, and manage a budget. An understanding of fundraising trends with a proclivity to technology is a must.  Must have a Bachelor’s Degree with CFRE certification; an advanced degree is a plus. Working knowledge of Altru software a plus. Knowledge and appreciation of gardens, music, and nature desired.  Competitive compensation and benefits package.  Contact: Rose Young    863-676-1408 For more information visit: (posted 6/23)

Administrative Assistant:  The Salvation Army - Sarasota is seeking an individual to assist the Development Department with various activities related to clerical activities such as answering phones, composing letters and other correspondence, updating databases, assisting with thank you letters; participating with special events, volunteers, donor relations, etc. This position serves a liaison with the community, volunteers, donors, and the organization. The ideal candidate will possess excellent communication and organizational skills, effective time management skills, be detail-oriented, have experience with Microsoft Office Suite and social media. The individual in this position must be able to work well as part of a team while still being able to work independently. A strong work ethic is essential for this position.   Full Time Hourly Position – 40 hour work week;  starting at $14 an hour. Please email resume and cover letter to (posted 6/23)