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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. 

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Director of Operations is being sought to join a small but dynamic team providing organizational management, fundraising and grant writing in support of a faith-based nonprofit organization.  This is an office based position with work in the community to raise awareness and support of the mission. Principle duties include: human resource, financial, facilities and property management as well as event planning and communications across the community.   Full-time. Bachelor’s degree and two-years’ experience working in nonprofit management (preferably in the Naples, FL community) is required.  Email and visit our website for more information on the organziation at (posted 5/30)

Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida - Development Associate:  The Development Associate is the main Donor Perfect manager in the Development Department. (S)he maintains donor records, processes gifts and acknowledgements, and compiles monthly reports.  (S)he performs administrative functions in the department, and is a part of event planning and execution. Donor Perfect/development experience is preferred.  Click here for a full job description. To apply, email (posted 6/1)

The Salvation Army Naples Regional Coordinate seeks an experienced Director of Development.  Since 1981, The Salvation Army has served the people of Collier County through the generous support of Donors, Volunteers, and Community Advocates.  The Director of Development plays a vital role in growing the organization forward to meet the needs of the community and responsibly advocate for much needed resources.   Qualified candidates should have a proven track record of strategic development and fundraising success.  The Director of Development will be responsible for strengthening community relationships, increasing public awareness, meeting fund raising goals and cultivating donor relations.  Read more here.  (posted 6/1)

Development Assistant:  Archbold, a not-for-profit dedicated to long-term ecological research, education and conservation in south central Florida, seeks an enthusiastic Development Assistant who is passionate about conservation and believe deeply in Archbold’s mission. Incumbent will support the Board, Development Committee and Executive Director in achieving fundraising goals, and use Blackbaud software to develop, evaluate and enhance fundraising efforts and create financial reports.  Bachelor’s degree in marketing, fundraising or related field, or Associate’s degree with 2 years relevant experience preferred.  Ideal candidate will have experience using Blackbaud Raisers Edge or similar database. Position is FT with benefits. Salary commensurate with experience.  Additional information at Please submit cover letter, resume, and three professional references, to  Deadline June 26 or until filled, with anticipated start date late July to early August.  EOE/AA Employer (posted 6/4)

Development Director, Temple Beth Sholom Schools.  TBBS has an immediate opening for our first Director of Development. This new position reports to the Head of Schools and will work closely with our Development Committee.  The ideal candidate will be entrepreneurial and enthusiastic with outstanding organizational skills.  A proven track record of success, innovation and progressive accomplishments in fundraising is required.  Marketing and communication experience as well as familiarity with independent schools would be a plus.  We are looking for a relationship builder who can speak with clarity and purpose to internal and external constituencies.  Please send resumes to (posted 6/4)

The Preschool at Forty Carrots Family Center has an immediate opening for a qualified VPK teacher for our summer VPK program and year round NAEYC accredited preschool.  Bachelor’s degree or higher with a minimum of 2 years experience preferred.  Familiarity with NAEYC and completion of required DCF training a plus.  Interested applicants should contact Preschool Director Flora Oynick at 941-365-7716 or via email (posted 6/4)

The Salvation Army Naples Regional Coordinate seeks an experienced Director of Development.  Since 1981, The Salvation Army has served the people of Collier County through the generous support of Donors, Volunteers, and Community Advocates.  The Director of Development plays a vital role in growing the organization forward to meet the needs of the community and responsibly advocate for much needed resources. Qualified candidates should have a proven track record of strategic development and fundraising success.  The Director of Development will be responsible for strengthening community relationships, increasing public awareness, meeting fund raising goals and cultivating donor relations.  Email your resume and cover letter to  For more information about our organization, please visit (posted 6/4)

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) is a bold new institution that holds the promise to forever change the academic and economic landscape of South Texas. UTRGV is part of the University of Texas System and the first major public university in the United States to be established in the 21st Century.   UTRGV is poised to be the Gateway to the Americas by creating a university that is bilingual, bicultural and biliterate.  In the fall of 2016, UTRGV will open their School of Medicine where students will be offered the most technologically advanced resources with a multidisciplinary approach to the curriculum and an emphasis on active learning, teamwork, and early patient care.  The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is seeking to hire Major Gifts Officers (MGO).  Major Gifts Officers will oversee, coordinate and implement a plan for the solicitation of major gift prospects at the $25,000+ level to support university priorities.  MGO will implement moves management strategies for major gift prospects and donors.  MGO stewards donors in coordination with other University Stewardship programs and manages a significant portfolio of individual major gift prospects, including alumni and friends of the University. Read more. Interested candidates please email your cover letter and resume to Michelle Baehl at  (posted 6/5)

Pines of Sarasota Foundation is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant. Reporting to the President and supporting the Foundation staff, the successful candidate will handle a wide array of administrative duties. Organizational skills, attention to detail, effective time management, strong customer service skills, flexibility and confidentiality are required. Must have excellent written and verbal skills, proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Powerpoint and Windows operating system. A high school diploma and three years’ experience as an administrative assistant required; business training, college course work or Bachelor’s degree preferred. Familiarity with a not-for-profit fundraising environment and constituent database functions, particularly Donor Perfect, are a plus. Read more here. Email resume and cover letter to (posted 6/11)

Asolo Repertory Theatre, Florida’s premiere professional theatre located in Sarasota, FL seeks a full-time assistant to the Manager of Special Events. The Special Events Assistant is responsible for helping to plan and coordinate the theatre’s annual fundraising and special events. Events include: Annual Gala, Starry Night Dinner Series, Men Who Cook, Director’s Take Luncheon, Costume Designer Brunches, Opening Night parties, corporate events, cultivation cocktail parties, luncheons, staff/cast parties and more.  Read more.  (posted 6/12)

United Way 2-1-1 of Manasota, Inc. Executive Director:  Due to retirement, applications are being accepted for the Executive Director (ED) position. The ED reports to the Board of Directors and responsibilities include: overall leadership and management of the agency; ensuring financial stability through grant writing and other fund raising; implementation and oversight of operations, programs, finances, and communications; serving as agency’s representative at local and regional meetings; and working with the Board for ongoing development and implementation of the strategic plan.  Bachelor’s degree with five years of senior management experience in the non-profit field preferred.  For consideration, please send résumé and a cover letter with salary preference by July 10 to:  Jessica Ventimiglia at  (posted 6/12)

Women’s Resource Center of Sarasota County  has an immediate opening for a Resale Store Manager.  Previous clothing and accessory retail/resale store management experience preferred!  This position is responsible for managing resale store operations to include: staff and volunteer recruitment and training, marketing and promotions, customer relations, store design and merchandising, merchandising control and pricing, consignor and donation management and conducting store special events and trunk shows.  Salary will range between $30,000 - $40,000 annually based on experience.  The ideal candidate will be experienced, energetic, creative, computer savvy, business-minded, love people and love to sell!  If interested please email your resume and cover letter to Barbara Cruz at For more information about our organization, please visit (posted 6/12)

JFCS Senior Services Department has a full time  opening for a Supportive  Services  Coordinator.  Specific duties include: direct program management  responsibilities  for the  Americorps/Legacy and RELIEF in home  respite programs, and onsite respite programs, conducting  MindSet classes  at JFCS  and in the  community, client support  in the geriatric  care management  program.  A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in the area of social work, mental health, or a related human services  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. Please send resume to  (posted 6/22)

Vice President of Finance - JFCS. The VP Finance is primarily responsible for the financial and administrative accounting components of federal, state, local and foundation grants, including oversight and administration. This position focuses on stewarding all aspects of financials pertaining to grants management to include managing the collection and coordinating systems for grants received, including preparation of timelines, coordinating the financial requirements with program managers, program implementation, and evaluating outcomes/outputs. The position is responsible to accurately report on assigned grants and funded projects to state, federal, and other funding agencies. Work is performed with a wide degree of independence and latitude. A Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Finance (Master’s preferred) is required. Proven experience (at least three years) is required. CPA or CPA eligible. Please send resume to (posted 6/22)

JFCS - Director of Donor Relations  The Director of Donor Relations is responsible for donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship 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.  Qualifications:  Minimum Bachelor’s degree with 5-7 years of experience working in a managerial/supervisory role with a community based organization; requires excellent interpersonal, communication and supervisory skills; fundraising and solicitation experience; ability to multi-task and work independently ; knowledge of Jewish traditions and values; knowledge of fundraising database management; and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher.  Please send resume to  (posted 6/22)

Volunteer Engagement Manager: A Manatee County nonprofit organization is seeking an outgoing, enthusiastic professional to lead its volunteer program. This is a full-time position, open immediately. Primary responsibilities include supervising and managing the recruitment and training of volunteers, in addition to overseeing the daily operations and staff in the Volunteer Services department. The Manager will also work with the Development Department to foster relationships with volunteers and engage them in becoming long-term supporters. Other duties include identifying volunteer referral sources, speaking to groups for informational and recruiting purposes, creating a departmental Operations Manual and Process Map, and implementing a formal program to improve volunteer retention. The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of experience with logistics and working with volunteers, proficiency in Microsoft Office computer software, excellent interpersonal skills, and experience in supervising multiple people. Qualified individuals may email a resume with cover letter to: (posted 6/24) 

Southeastern Guide Dogs is seeking a high energy, motivated and eager individual to join our Development Team and manage several large-scale fundraising events all over the state of Florida. This person will manage 4+ staff members, each responsible for planning and executing 3 Walkathons and meeting fundraising goals for their region.  In 2016, we will host a total of 10 Walkathons all over the state of Florida.  This Manager will also personally manage two large-scale events such as our 2016 American Heroes Run/Walk and one banquet-style fundraising event. The American Heroes Run will be designed to honor the American Heroes we work to support through our "Paws for Patriots" program.  Veterans have served for freedom’s sake, and now they deserve the freedom to navigate with heads high and renewed confidence.  Southeastern Guide Dogs is able to provide our veterans with highly trained Guide Dogs, Service Dogs and Facility Therapy Dogs so these heroes can continue their life's journey with confidence and dignity they deserve. This individual has the opportunity to coordinate and implement this inaugural event, with the support of a strong and experienced development team and a volunteer base of over 700 amazing people. This is a great opportunity for someone who would like to join an organization where they can change lives, work independently and as part of a team, and be surrounded by wonderful people – and some amazing puppies and dogs – every day.  Apply here.     (posted 6/24)

JoshProvides Epilepsy Assistance Foundation has an immediate opening for a Vice President for Philanthropy 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. and A minimum of a Bachelor's degree with 5 years of non-profit fund raising experience(prefer CFRE) 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 managing eTapestry management data base system, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Publisher and Face book, Linked In and You Tube. See job description at under Current Searches. Send resume with cover letter to by July 17, 2015. (posted 6/24)

Aging in Paradise Resource Center (AIPRC) a nonprofit on Longboat Key providing health and wellness, education, counseling and referrals for seniors, is looking for a part-time administrative assistant who is an organized, accurate, self-starter with strong phone and computer skills. Must be able to maintain a complex calendar, web updates, scheduling, workshop oversight, proficient in Word and Excel and able to work independently and cooperatively with paid/volunteer staff and the community. Excellent people skills required. Flexible 15 to 20 hours per week, competitive salary. Please email cover letter and resume to by 7/3/15. For more information on Aging in Paradise Resource Center go to (posted 6/27)

Manager of Communications and Marketing – Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Inc. welcomes a talented communications and marketing manager passionate about making a difference in the lives of girls to join the team, and develop and execute communications and marketing strategies and programs to build and maintain the Girl Scout brand and promote a positive image of Girl Scouting. The manager writes, produces, and distributes council communications, announcements, and promotional materials for all program, membership, fundraising and council functions. The manager will ensure effective social media management. The ideal organized self-starter professional will demonstrate a minimum of three years relevant experience with excellent writing and presentation skills; be able to work a flexible schedule and travel within the council jurisdiction; demonstrate high-level proficiency in social media channels and Microsoft Office; and share a willingness to join a team where collaboration, leadership, customer service, and excellent verbal and written communication skills are exemplary. Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, or related field is preferred (or equivalent training and experience). Position is open with excellent benefits and competitive salary. Email your resume and cover letter sharing your connection to this dynamic girl leadership organization and your salary requirements to A portfolio of writing and collateral samples are required to share when requested. Peruse the council website to be inspired by our strategic priorities and the Girl Scout Mission – EOE/Drug Free Workplace. (posted 6/27)

Administrative Coordinator – Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Inc. welcomes an administrative assistant/coordinator committed to great customer service with experience to join the Gulfcoast business services team, supporting reception, property, membership, program, training, and general related duties.  Full time position with excellent benefits is open.  Position work schedule Tuesday – Friday, 7:30am-5:30pm.  The ideal candidate has a successful history in a fast-paced work environment and will demonstrate a minimum of two years directly relevant position experience; have excellent organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills; work collaboratively and is a valued team member; demonstrate high-level Microsoft Office proficiency; and will share a willingness to join a team where collaboration, leadership, customer service, and excellent verbal and written communication skills are exemplary.  Email your resume and cover letter with salary requirement to  Visit the council website to know our strategic priorities and be inspired by our mission –  EOE/Drug Free Workplace. (posted 6/27)

Selah Freedom - Retail Coordinator.   See Full description here.  posted 6/27

United Way Suncoast, Area President, Sarasota.   This position provides direct leadership for internal activities and external relationships within the geographic area of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties, to carry out the mission, core values and strategic goals of the United Way Suncoast.  Read more (posted 6/29)

Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, Inc. is seeking a Special Events Assistant to support the Director of Philanthropic Events in all aspects of management, administration and coordination of Special Events. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills both in person and on the telephone, has the ability to anticipate project needs and discern priorities, and can meet deadlines with little supervision.  Occasional evening and weekend work required.  Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as proficiency with the latest version of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook; knowledge of Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge a plus.  Associates Degree and three years of related experience or equivalent combination required.  Competitive salary and benefits offered. Please visit SMHF.ORG for the complete job description.  Please send your resume with cover letter and a list of three references to Lisa Intagliata, Director of Philanthropic Events, Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, Inc., 1515 South Osprey Avenue, Suite B-4, Sarasota, FL  34239, or e-mail to by July 20.   (posted 6/29)

Family Support Worker, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: join our award winning team!  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.  Bi-lingual 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 6/29)

Family Support Worker Supervisor, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: join our award winning team!  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/or 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 0-3 age population; must have three years relevant experience.  FT $34,000 annually; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or  EOE/DFWP (posted 6/29)

Family Assessment Worker, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: join our award winning child abuse prevention team! We are seeking a part-time FAW (20 hours per week). The FAW is responsible for conducting the initial assessment in the homes of families identified as being at-risk for child abuse and/or neglect.  Applicants must have a reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license, auto insurance and the ability to work a flexible schedule. The position requires one of the following:  Bachelor’s degree and one year experience working with children/families, Associate’s degree plus 2 years experience working with families, CDA plus 3 years experience working with families, or high school diploma plus 4 years experience working in a home visiting program.  Must complete a minimum of 10 assessments per month (majority will be in North County but must be able to work in South County as needed to meet the needs of the program). $14 per hour; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or  EOE/DFWP (posted 6/29)

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 6/29)

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice, Inc. seeks part time Development Assistant.  The Development Assistant is responsible for supporting the work of the Development Director who plans and coordinates the fundraising efforts of the agency. This position requires excellent written and communication skills, great attention to detail and computer skills including Microsoft Office, Excel, Mail Merge, and Raiser Edge.  The candidate must possess the ability to forge respectful relationships with donors, program directors, volunteers, event committees, and representatives of community agencies and organizations. P/T 25hr wk., BA in Development/Communication or related field. Send resume and cover letter to (posted 7/1)

Vice President for Philanthropy:  Jewish Housing Council Foundation, a not for profit organization in Sarasota Florida, is seeking a Vice President for Philanthropy to raise funds with an extensive fundraising experience and proven success to join a high-growth, mission driven organization. The Council is committed to providing an exceptional full continuum of services for seniors including independent living, assisted living, skilled care and rehabilitation. The minimum educational background is a Bachelor’s Degree. A Master’s Degree in Planning, Finance, or Management is preferred including the CFRE certification. A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience including knowledge of Annual Giving, Capital Campaigns, Foundation/Corporate solicitations, Planned and Deferred Giving, Communications and Special Events is required. Competitive Salary and Benefits provided. Possess a thorough understanding of Development/Institutional Advancement   strategies; Experience with Fund Raising and creating an annual development plan and managing its’ budget plan; Oversee special events for fundraising and donor recognition; Identification and cultivation of individuals, corporations and foundations that are potential donors; Establishing and maintaining professional relationships with gift prospects and benefactors; Developing and implementing a planned giving program for  the  Boards, Donors and Resident Families; providing leadership for a Capital Campaign and creation of Endowments.  If interested please view job description on under Current Searches. Send your resume with cover letter to by July 24, 2015.

Human Resources Manager Sarasota Orchestra is seeking an individual to guide the overall human resources services, policies and programs, and payroll and benefits for the Orchestra. Qualifications include minimum five years’ experience in the human resources field including payroll and benefits. Proficient in Word, Excel, Windows, and payroll software programs. Ability to work independently with little supervision, attention to detail and accuracy, ability to work well in a team environment and with employees on all levels of the organization. PHR certification preferred. BA Degree in Business or Human Resources. Please email resume with salary requirements to by July 24, 2015. (posted 7/3)

Development Coordinator Sarasota Orchestra is seeking an individual who has strong computer and database experience, customer service skills, well organized, ability to work flexible hours including weekends and evenings on occasion. Experience working for a non profit environment preferred. This position will support the Development team members by preparing donor gift batches and maintaining records in Tessitura data base, maintain office files, assisting with special events and tracking department expenses. Please email resume with salary requirements by July 24, 2015. (posted 7/3)