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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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Mental Health Therapist School Based (FT) – The Florida Center for Early Childhood is seeking a full time mental health therapist to work at Alta Vista Elementary School. The therapist will work with children at Alta Vista and their families. Position is primarily based at the school; however home visits will be required in efforts to bridge the school and home. Candidate must possess a Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, counseling or related field.  Licensed therapist is preferred; registered intern will be considered.  Experience working with the early childhood population is preferred but not required. Candidate must have a flexible schedule to accommodate families’ needs. Fax resume (941)378-4919 or EOE/DFWP (posted 5/2)

Family Support Worker, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: Openings in Sarasota and Pt Charlotte locations. Duties include in-home parent education, case management, family goal setting, screening and evaluations. Professional support provided through weekly supervision, training and monthly staff meetings. A successful applicant must have, at minimum, a high school diploma, one year experience working with children and families, excellent documentation and organizational skills, a valid driver’s license, a reliable vehicle, auto insurance and the ability to work a flexible schedule, which may include evening and/or weekend home visits.  Prior experience working with families with substance use, mental health and/or domestic violence issues preferred.  FT $11.54 per hour or $12.02 per hour with Bachelor Degree in Social Work or related field; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or EOE/DFWP (posted 5/2)

Substitute Teachers, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: experience in early childhood education, especially working with children with special needs, challenging behaviors and ability to work a flexible schedule. $10 an hour; Sarasota/North Port; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or EOE/DFWP (posted 5/2)

Case Manager – Lighthouse of Manasota: The Case Manager is responsible for assisting clients with vision loss to make optimal use of Lighthouse programs and services. Case management duties include client intake, needs assessment, service planning, case monitoring, documentation using web-based client database, outreach, and coordination of services with other agencies. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (preferred) or related field; one year of experience under a qualified supervisor; good written and oral communication skills; working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license, access to reliable transportation, and be willing to drive throughout five-county service area. Full-time position with salary based on qualifications and experience.  Please send resume to (posted 5/2)

Finance Coordinator: A leading Community Non-Profit is seeking applications to fill the position of Finance Coordinator.  The Finance Coordinator will report to the CEO and will be responsible for coordinating the various fiscal and contractual tasks for the organization. This includes AP and AR functions as well as coordinating with our outside CPA firm who maintains our General Ledger and processes transactions. Must be organized, have the ability to handle multiple tasks, utilize spreadsheets to accurately document transactions, reconcile bank statements, and prepare monthly financial  and board reports.  Must also be able to maintain internal controls and procedures to ensure accuracy of financial data within given timelines and assist with the audit preparations of state and federal financial filings to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations. Qualification:  Minimum BA degree with at least 5 years of progressive responsibility in a relevant position. Compensation will commensurate with experience.  Position is full time but can also be prorated at 30 hours for full time benefits, with flexible hours. Interested Candidates are invited to submit their cover letter & resume with salary expectations via email to (posted 5/5)

Historic Spanish Point Summer 2016 Museum Education Internship. Historic Spanish Point, a 30-acre museum and archaeological site in Osprey, FL, seeks a summer intern to support the coordination of museum programs and operations. Historic Spanish Point offers visitors the opportunity to enhance their appreciation of early Florida history beginning with Florida’s prehistory through the turn of the 20th century. In its educational programming, Historic Spanish Point offers tours for the general public and groups, summer camp, school tours, adult programs, family programs, and various other educational opportunities. The primary responsibility of the education intern will be to assist the deputy director with coordinating summer camp and serve as lead counselor for The Summer Adventure Camps. The summer camps are a fun and interactive approach to Florida History. Campers learn about Florida nature and the environment, archaeology, prehistory, and pioneer life. The education intern will be an active team member of the staff at Historic Spanish Point. The education intern works with and reports to the deputy director. May 23—July 29. Cover letter and resume to For more information, visit our website (posted 5/6)

Administrative Assistant West Coast Florida.  AJC, a global advocacy organization, is seeking an Administrative Assistant for its West Coast Florida office. Responsibilities include assisting the Regional Director with the implementation and execution of fundraising events, programs and media initiatives; ; providing administrative support; handling general office duties; excellent written and computer skills required.  This is a full time position.  AJC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Please visit to read the full position description and submit an on-line application. (posted 5/7)

Anna Maria Island Community Center - Director of First Impressions: Become the focal point to meet, greet and make friends with our community centers patrons and visitors. We are looking for someone who has an outgoing personality, loves people, and has good organizational skills to coordinate and fulfill the front desk tasks as well as the many volunteers working in our programs, events and activities. This position allows you to manage our ‘Volunteer Program’ which we want to expand in order to meet the needs of our community. This is a full-time position, with good benefits including medical, life, vacation, as well as access to all our Center’s programs and state of the art fitness center. Please send resumes to Kristen at (posted 5/10)

Anna Maria Island Community Center - The Center is looking for a Family Support Director. The Family Support Director will provide individual, family and/or group therapy to Manatee County Residents. Focus will be on our membership and offering a variety of workshops for our members to provide family strengthening and support service. The director will oversee our Life Skills Program for our youth and teens. Education required: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, marriage and family therapy, or related field. State licensed or licensed eligible and under the supervision of a licensed therapist. Continuing education hours must be accrued at a rate to meet or exceed the professional standards required by the particular licensing board. To apply or for more information contact Kristen Lessig at (941)778-1908 or (posted 5/10) 

Resource Development Manager- Manatee County Habitat for Humanity - Responsible for working with the Executive Director and Board of Directors in planning and coordinating all aspects of resource development for the affiliate. Develop and implement fundraising plan and strategy to increase the affiliate's resources through major gifts, planned giving, sponsorship acquisition, cultivating new donors and maintaining current donors. Read more and apply here. Email for more information  (posted 5/10)

Program Assistant at Girls Inc. of Sarasota County: The Program Assistant is responsible for assisting Director of K-8 Initiatives in maintaining a safe and productive atmosphere for all girls while providing them with the tools to develop into strong, smart and bold women. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: processing payments, supporting day to day operations, assisting in hiring/training program staff, maintaining databases, registering new members, assisting with accounting functions, scheduling, and other duties as needed. Must have suburb accuracy and attention to detail, outstanding interpersonal skills, high energy, and a positive attitude.  Bi-lingual preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to Jamie at (posted 5/10)

STEM Facilitator at Girls Inc. of Sarasota County: The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Facilitator plans and implements high-quality Girls Inc. programming to girls using an array of best-practice programs identified by the national organization and national trends. Responsibilities include researching trends in the STEM field, creating curriculum to be delivered to girls in Kindergarten – 5th grade,  collaborating with the Director of K-8th Grade Programming to meet other objectives as needed. Must have a experience in STEM related fields and a vested interest in empowering girls to find their place in STEM related activities and careers. Coding and computer knowledge a plus. Please send resume and cover letter to Jamie at (posted 5/10)

Computer Facilitator at Girls Inc. of Sarasota County: The Computer Facilitator plans an implements high-quality programming to girls using an array of best-practice programs using a combination of Girls Inc. National curriculum and self-identified programs that work to enhance computer skills.  Responsibilities include monitoring day to day use of computers, developing lessons that teach girls how to use a variety of different computer skills and programs (i.e. typing, Word, Excel, Publisher, etc.), teaching girls basics around web design and html, delivering coding programs to help girls create their own applications and games, collaborating with the Director of K-8th Grade Programming to meet other objectives as needed. High level of computer technology understanding required. Please send resume and cover letter to Jamie at (posted 5/10)

Associate Director, Philanthropy (Major Gifts), Southeastern Guide Dogs: Southeastern Guide Dogs is seeking top talent to join our Development Team in the position of Associate Director, Philanthropy.  This individual assist in the expansion of existing revenue streams, manage and cultivate relationships with prospective and existing individual, foundation and corporate donors; support fundraising efforts of Southeastern Guide Dogs and work closely with the Marketing Team to expand visibility throughout Florida and beyond. Click to apply and read more.  (posted 5/10)

Curator, Historic Spanish Point. 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 more information, please visit Cover letters and resumes to (posted 5/12)

Loveland Center:  We are seeking an Adult Day Training Program Assistant to join our team!  This person will provide the expertise, knowledge and skill necessary to provide administrative support and classroom support throughout the ADT Program.  Qualifications include a Bachelor's Degree or an Associate’s Degree and two years of experience working with persons with developmental disabilities or a high school diploma and four years of experience working with persons with developmental disabilities.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting the ADT Program Manager with student registration, scheduling, record keeping, and meeting documentation and tracking requirements. This person must have strong written and verbal communication skills, data entry/computer skills, strong organizational skills and the ability to adapt well to change.  Visit for details.  Submit cover letter & resume by email: or fax: 941-497-6179 or mail:  Loveland Center, 157 S. Havana Rd., Venice, FL, 34292. EOE/DFWP (posted 5/12)

Philanthropy Specialist:  Cypress Cove at HealthPark Florida, located in beautiful, palm-lined Fort Myers, is seeking an accomplished, focused Development professional with Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) or related experience to serve as Philanthropy Specialist. Reporting to the Director of Resident Services, s/he will be relationship-focused, motivated, results-oriented, resourceful, creative, highly energetic and intelligent, with exceptional interpersonal, communication, collaboration and organizational skills. The successful candidate will be passionate and knowledgeable about Cypress Cove’s mission, and polished and respectful in communication with Cypress Cove residents, leadership and other stakeholders. The candidate must have a track record of following through on promises. An enthusiastic outlook and a collaborative nature with demonstrated experience in making direct solicitations and closing gifts is essential. Read more here.  (posted 5/12)

United Way Suncoast Program Coordinator/Manager, Career Edge.  The Program Coordinator/Manager works with the Executive Director and Program Director in managing the workforce development initiatives of a collaborative.  The key areas of work are in Workforce Partnerships and Evaluation. The Program Coordinator/Manager establishes and implements integrated internal and external communications and will support grants administration, and special projects related to CareerEdge Funders Collaborative.  Read more. (posted 5/14)

Kobernick Anchin Benderson is in the process of rolling out its new brand, renovating and adding key components to its independent living facility and implementing a new vision for programs and services. This growth requires the hiring of a key staff member, namely, a Director of Development for the Jewish Housing Council Foundation which is the fundraising arm for Kobernick Anchin Benderson. The Director of Development is responsible for revenue generation and reports to the Vice President of Philanthropy, as well as working with the CEO and Board, ensuring the continued advancement of the organization.  This position will require someone who desires to learn, achieve and produce solid results.  See full job description at www. under Current Searches.  Send a cover letter with salary requirements along with resume to: by June 3, 2016. (posted 5/14)

Administrative Assistant:  Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy (SMART) seeks an individual with a strong work ethic to provide administrative support.  This full time position is responsible for providing general office and clerical skills including data entry, basic bookkeeping entries, calendar management, and attentive customer service for donors, nonprofit partners and the community at large. The ideal candidate will possess excellent communication and organizational skills, have experience with project management, be detail-oriented, have well-developed database, administration and typing skills, and work well as part of a team while still being able to work independently.  Nonprofit experience helpful, but not required. Technology qualifications include Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) QuickBooks and database tools (Salesforce experience helpful); ability to self-support for basic computer and network problems is critical.  Full Time Hourly Position – 40 hour work week / Flex hours;  starting at $11/hour. Two weeks paid vacation after 90 days; major holidays (6)Please email resume and cover letter to: Attn: Brandi Ezell, Assistant Executive Director (posted 5/16)

Annual Fund and Alumni Relations Manager for the Hillsborough Community College Foundation. This position is responsible for a comprehensive effort to build the HCC Foundation’s base of annual donors and for strengthening relationships with HCC alumni. The successful candidate will 1) create and implement a comprehensive annual fund program designed to broaden the Foundation’s donor base and increase overall participation in the Annual Fund from individual and corporate annual fund prospects with the potential for making gifts up to $5,000 and 2) provide leadership to the development and evaluation of programs designed to foster effective alumni communications, increase alumni support for the College. A bachelor’s degree required with a minimum three (3) years of successful professional fundraising or related experience is required and, a familiarity with Raisers Edge or comparable software preferred. This position will remain open until filled. Interested candidates must apply online through HCC’s Job Board at (posted 5/16)

WEDU Development Division – Philanthropy Officer Sarasota/Bradenton. This position serves as a key fundraiser for WEDU through the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual donors and prospects making annual gifts of $1000.00 or more. As a part of the WEDU Development team, the Philanthropy Officer serves as the station liaison for the Broadcasters Circle and represents WEDU at station events.  For more information click here. Please send resume to with “Philanthropy Officer” in  the subject line. No phone calls, please. (posted 5/16)

Development Coordinator:  Meals on Wheels PLUS of Manatee is seeking an individual to optimize our success in identifying, stewarding and cultivating donors. The Coordinator will assist in the donor acknowledgement process. This full time, non-exempt position requires proficiency in Word, Excel and Raiser’s Edge donor management software. The successful candidate will report to the VP of Development and the position will include assisting with planning and managing capital/major gifts campaigns. 3 years of experience in fund-raising/development or project management, preferably in non-profit environment, required. Cover letter and resume to  (posted 5/23)

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)

Development Coordinator.  Manatee Community Foundation is seeking an organized, high-energy coordinator to provide support for team members in the areas of development, grants, scholarships, and internal meetings.  This position requires impeccable customer service, excellent organizational skills, and proficiency in Microsoft office products. Candidate must be a collaborative team member with strong verbal, written and interpersonal skills.  Responsibilities include coordination of donor development activities, database management, preparation of related reports; coordination of events including processing of tickets, relationships with sponsors, and event execution. Coordinates meeting room requests at Manatee Community Foundation. Provides administrative support for office functions including phone calls, mail, and document preparation; support for internal meetings; support for communications; and support for grant and scholarship administration. Bachelors degree preferred. Passion for philanthropy required. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Susie Bowie at No phone calls.  (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)

SPARCC Communications Manager. This position manages all communication for the agency, to include volunteers, training, special events and materials.  The position is with Safe Place And Rape Crisis Center, Inc (SPARCC) state certified Domestic and Sexual Violence agency. Full time position, 40 hours a week with office hours Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, with possible hour outside that due to Special Events.  Home office would be 2139 Main Street, Sarasota, FL 34237. Read more.  (posted 5/26)

SPARCC Sexual Assault Victim Advocate. This position provides direct services to victims of sexual assault.  Maintains accurate and timely documentation in accordance with FCASV, FCADV, DOH and agency requirements.  The position is with Safe Place And Rape Crisis Center, Inc (SPARCC) state certified Domestic and Sexual Violence agency. Full time position, 40 hours a week with office hours Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Position would be on-call at a minimum of 5 days a month. Home office would be 2139 Main Street, Sarasota, FL 34237. Read more.   (posted 5/26)

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.  Also collaborates with the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall to manage and maintain a Community Outreach Grant Ticketing Program.  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)