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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 afpfl@verizon.net.Your 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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Selah Freedom:  The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for scheduling and leading all Volunteer Connect Meetings, following up with those who attended, and getting them through the volunteer system to begin participating in their area of choice. This is a full-time position based out of the Manatee Country property 40 hours a week. Holding the point position of all volunteers in all aspects of programs from first email to assuring getting on a schedule and working with staff to keep volunteers a high priority and on schedule. The Volunteer Coordinator processes all volunteer applications that come in, completes their background check, and communicated with volunteers where they are at in the volunteer process and what their next steps are to get involved, i.e. which trainings are required to attend. The Volunteer Coordinator must communicate volunteer positions needing to be filled on a bi-weekly basis. Read more.  (posted 3/25)

Selah Freedom Director of Operations:  Reporting to the CEO, this position has an overall strategic and operational responsibility for all programs and is responsible for the day to day management of the Head of Finance, HR and overall office logistics in collaboration with the the founders.  This includes program evaluation, developing staff job description and goals, Overseeing HR, developing and mentoring staff, assisting in Geographic Expansion planning, as well as ensuring that Selah Freedom maintains its values and meets established goals determined by the CEO/Board of Directors.  The VP of Operations will provide leadership to the strategic planning process and help in implementing overall programming strategy.  VP of Operations also aids in developing the annual budget. Read more.  (posted 3/25)

Ringling College of Art & Design - Assistant Vice President for Strategic Philanthropy:  The Assistant Vice President for Strategic Philanthropy is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors including individuals, corporations and foundations. Under the direction of the Vice President for Advancement, the Assistant VP for Strategic Philanthropy collaborates with senior staff, faculty, alumni, trustees, and volunteers to develop and implement initiatives and strategies for major gift solicitations and campaigns. Manages Associate Director, Fundraising Events; two Senior Development Officers; Development Officer; and directs the Administrative Assistant.  Read more and apply here.   (posted 3/30)

JFCS has an opening for a Director of Marketing. The role of the Director Marketing is to further the agency’s mission by increasing the agency’s visibility through community outreach, marketing, PR and to ensure financial sustainability of the organization through increased donations which support specific program needs. Individual will segment potential target audiences and develop tactics to gain awareness within each base and the community and should be able to generate ideas and strategies as well as implement those in support of the plan that includes: public relations, event related marketing, social media, internal and external communications and community relations.  Qualifications: A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ experience working in a community based organization; direct experience in the development/fundraising/marketing functions; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher, ability to multi-talk; knowledge of Jewish traditions; dedication to the mission of the agency. Please send resume to jobs@jfcs-cares.org (posted 3/30)

SPARCC VOCA Victim Advocate: This position provides direct services to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual violence. 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. 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 4/1)

Administrative Assistant - Education & Technology:  The National Creditors Bar Association, has an opening for a part-time administrative assistant. The individual will be responsible for providing a wide variety of administrative support for the ongoing operations of the Education Department. .  Minimum two years administrative experience, or similar, working in a professional fun environment. Excellent verbal, interpersonal, written communication and organizational skills are necessary. Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and with technology required. (Rate of pay is $11-$14 per hour.) Please email your resume to Kristin@narca.org.  (posted 4/6)

JFCS has an opening for a Vice President of Marketing. Oversee all aspects of Marketing. The VP of Marketing is a Leadership opportunity to lead the organization in developing and implementing all marketing programs. This is a key role to develop the agency’s growth and market place positioning. Further the agency’s mission by increasing visibility through community outreach, marketing and PR. Develop strategy to gain awareness within the community related to events, social media, internal/ external communications and community relations. Required: Bachelor’s, 3-5 years’ experience  working in a community based organization;  excellent interpersonal & communication skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; knowledge of Jewish traditions; dedication to the mission of the agency. This position reports to the CEO. Please send resumes to jobs@jfcs-cares.org (posted 4/6)

Coordinator, Nonprofit Services, for the Community Foundation of Sarasota County (CFSC) and reporting to the Senior VP, Community Investment. This position is responsible for providing administrative support to the Community Investment Team, including the Manager, Nonprofit; Manager, Communication Projects; and other Community Investment initiatives as required. Administrative duties include such responsibilities as assisting with administrative support for The Giving Partner and Giving Challenge; updating and maintaining Community Investment reports and the Nonprofit Services database. Other responsibilities include providing support for meeting and event preparation, communications with attendees at programing and consulting events, and other administrative support duties as required by the Community Investment area.  The successful candidate for this positions exhibits excellent verbal & written communication skills; as well as top-notch organization and time management skills.  Must demonstrate ability to work collaboratively in all areas of the organization.  Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, and database tools.  Prior experience in the nonprofit environment is helpful, but not required.  For further details, job description and to submit resume and cover letter go to the CFSC website https://www.cfsarasota.org/bLearnbaboutus/Careers.aspx  (posted 4/8)

Manager, Nonprofit Services for Community Foundation of Sarasota County (CFSC) and reporting to the Senior VP, Community Investment. This position is responsible for successful planning and implementation of nonprofit trainings, educational opportunities and major Foundation initiatives including The Giving Partner and The Giving Challenge. Additionally, the position manages the Foundation’s efforts to build capacity at nonprofit organizations through the use of the Foundation’s volunteer consultants, training workshops, and other avenues as deemed appropriate. Significant responsibilities include managing The Giving Partner database and annual Giving Challenge, including training, communication and successful processing of nonprofit information in The Giving Partner and donations to non-profits through the Giving Challenge.   Other responsibilities include identifying training/education needs for community nonprofit organizations and planning, coordinating, and implementing effective workshops, forums and training sessions to address the needs of nonprofits.  The qualified candidate will possess a Bachelor’s Degree in non-profit management, liberal studies, organizational development, or other related field required and understand the principles of effective training, excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills; and proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and nonprofit databases.  For further details, job description and to submit resume and cover letter go to the CFSC website https://www.cfsarasota.org/bLearnbaboutus/Careers.aspx (posted 4/8)

The Venice Symphony announces a search for an experienced Executive Director. The ideal candidate will possess superior communication and personnel administrative skills and project a professional presence while representing the Venice Symphony in a variety of important public and private settings. The Venice Symphony is seeking a candidate who possesses long-range vision and has a strong commitment to continue the exciting growth of the Venice Symphony.  Read more.  (posted 4/14)

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 www.ncf.edu/employment. New College is an EOE. (posted 4/14)

Major Gifts Officer "Social Capital"/Relationship Manager:  The Education Foundation of Sarasota County seeks a dynamic and entrepreneurial development professional who is passionate about public education. The Major Gifts Officer works with the Executive Director to develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy. The Major Gifts Officer plays an integral role at the Foundation and primarily works with individual donors to generate strong and robust philanthropic support for the organization.  The vision of the Education Foundation of Sarasota County is “every student will be prepared for success in tomorrow’s world.” This vision is pursued through our mission “to invest in the success of every student and teacher through high impact initiatives supported by our community partners and donors.”  Read more.  (posted 4/15)

South Sarasota County non-profit seeking reliable and professional office manager; responsibilities to include, but are not limited to, special event planning, one-on-one and group client services, client records and data entry, telephones, client and program scheduling, fundraising, volunteer management; Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, required, along with good written and verbal communication skills. The ideal candidate would be an energetic self starter with marketing skills, the ability to multi-task and forge collaborations and partnerships within the community. Please send cover letter, resume, references and desired compensation range to nonprofithr2016@gmail.com. Resumes will be accepted until 4-30-2016. (posted 4/15)

Prevention Educator – The Child Protection Center is seeking a motivated candidate for a Prevention Educator position.  The principal goal of the Prevention Educator is to broaden awareness of and increase knowledge regarding the prevention of child abuse within our community.  This objective is achieved by leading workshops for children, youth & adults, as well as facilitating functions at community events.  Ideal candidate will have excellent oral communication skills, be able to pass a Level II background screening, high level of comfort with public speaking, be willing to travel within Sarasota County and maintain a flexible schedule of availability.  Qualified candidates must possess Bachelors Degree in Education (preferred), Human Services or related field.  Please email resume and letter of interest to Sheila  Miller at SheilaM@cpcsarasota.org. (posted 4/19)

United Way of Manatee County – Administrative Coordinator.  This position supports  administrative efforts to ensure timely and accurate completion of the responsibilities to best represent the organizational goals and office functions.  Take ownership of supportive efforts across entire organization.  To apply, please submit resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to lwr@uwmc.net by April 21, 2016.  No phone calls please. Read more.  (posted 4/19)

Girls Inc - Kitchen Assistant:  The Kitchen Assistant will work closely with the Girls Inc. Resident Chef for preparation of lunches and afternoon snack. Job responsibilities include stocking food and supplies, cooking, serving, cleaning and inventory.  In this position you will work with head chef on menus, prepare daily lunch and afternoon snack, serve lunch, help to take inventory of and stock food and supplies, assist with special events and family nights, assist in training and guiding kitchen volunteers and more. You must be able to life 40 pounds, work collaboratively with a variety of people, work independently with children, have excellent communication skills and possess strong leadership skills that can energize work teams to respond to our business needs. Hours are M-F from 8:30-2:00 and includes a 30 minute break. Please email Jamie at jamie@girlsincsrq.org for a full job description or to submit a resume and brief cover letter. (posted 4/21)

Bok Tower Gardens Membership Manager: The Membership Manager is part of a growing development team that includes the Director of Philanthropy, a Development Manager, a Development Assistant and seasonal Membership Associates. The Manager is responsible for the implementation of departmental strategies to attain the Garden’s annual membership goals, and for the coordination and cultivation of new stakeholders. The Manager will plan, coordinate, and implement the Gardens’ membership program. He/She will also calendar and coordinate various membership events. The qualified individual works with other Garden staff to implement strategies that serve the membership and the institution’s mission, guided by its long-range plan. Read more.  (posted 4/21)

Children First - Family Advocate: The Family Advocate is accountable for promoting family wellness and parent involvement and to support the implementation of the family partnership process.  He/she provides case management, support services, information, referrals and advocacy to children and families in accordance with Head Start performance standards, state and local licensing regulations, and Children First policies and procedures.  The Family Advocate fosters strong parent communication and involvement, operates as a liaison between classroom and home settings in the area of education, child development and mental health and maintains family and child-related records and documentation.  The Family Advocate works under the direction of the Family Services Manager.  Additional guidance is provided by the standard operating procedures and parent’s handbook.  Work is reviewed through classroom observations, ongoing coaching and feedback and annual reviews with supervisor. Read more.   (posted 4/21) 

Children First - Operations Support Coordinator:   This position will provide support to the Operations Department, which encompasses Facilities, Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology.  Support includes advanced clerical tasks, scheduling and organizing bids and quotes, document production, data entry, gathering information for insurance renewals, gathering information for purchasing, cross training to support HR and Finance operations, and organizing/execution of special projects.  This position works under the direction of the VP of Operations.  Work is reviewed through regular coaching and feedback and annual evaluations with supervisor.  Read more.   (posted 4/21)

Children First - Cleaner
:  The Cleaner position performs routine maintenance and custodial services for Children First in compliance with state and local health and safety regulations, Head Start and Early Head Start program performance standards and Children First program objectives.  The employee works under the direction of the Regional Manager. Work is reviewed through observations, coaching and feedback and annual evaluations with supervisor.  Read more.  (posted 4/21)

Children First - Classroom Aide FT:  The Classroom Aide is accountable for assisting the Teacher(s) and Teacher Assistant(s) in creating and implementing a safe, healthy, supervised, and developmentally appropriate preschool program in accordance with all relevant accreditation, licensing, legislation, policies and procedures to promote the intellectual, social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of all children in the program. The work involves supporting the Teacher(s) and Teacher Assistant(s) in planning daily age appropriate activities, assisting children with behavioral skills, developing individual goals, conducting assessments, communicating with and encouraging parent and community involvement, maintaining confidential program documentation, and facilitating the transition of children into other educational settings.  The employee works under the direction of the Teacher, Assistant Teacher and the Regional Manager. Additional guidance is provided by standard operating procedures, parent’s handbook and curriculum handbook. Work is reviewed through classroom observations and annual evaluations with supervisor. Read more.  (posted 4/21)

Children First - Classroom Aide PT:  The Classroom Aide is accountable for assisting the Teacher(s) and Teacher Assistant(s) in creating and implementing a safe, healthy, supervised, and developmentally appropriate preschool program in accordance with all relevant accreditation, licensing, legislation, policies and procedures to promote the intellectual, social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of all children in the program. The work involves supporting the Teacher(s) and Teacher Assistant(s) in planning daily age appropriate activities, assisting children with behavioral skills, developing individual goals, conducting assessments, communicating with and encouraging parent and community involvement, maintaining confidential program documentation, and facilitating the transition of children into other educational settings.  The employee works under the direction of the Teacher, Assistant Teacher and the Regional Manager. Additional guidance is provided by standard operating procedures, parent’s handbook and curriculum handbook. Work is reviewed through classroom observations and annual evaluations with supervisor. Read more.  (posted 4/21)

United Way Suncoast - Program Manager, CareerEdge (Sarasota office): The Program 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 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 4/21)

Director, Donor Engagement:  The Director of Donor Engagement is responsible for developing and furthering relationships with the Community Foundation of Sarasota County through existing donors, prospective donors, financial advisors, and the community at large. The primary focus will be relationship building and solicitation necessary to reach the organization's goals. Essential Functions:  Identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards a portfolio of prospects, donors, and financial advisors to ensure personalized outreach; Utilizes the FIMS database to track and record relationships, builds donor profiles, and/or researches donor interests and giving patterns; Makes presentations to prospective donors and financial advisors, as needed; Works with existing donors to grow their fund and/or create a future fund; Assists with the creation of marketing materials that target new and existing donors; Assists with development of policies and guidelines relating to donors and fund development; Works collaboratively with other CFSC team members to provide optimal donor support. Position Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required, CFRE designation preferred.  Minimum of 3 years’ experience in development, sales, or marketing with an emphasis on providing service to high net worth individuals.  Knowledge of the local philanthropic community and working in a nonprofit environment is helpful. For more about this position and to see the full job profile and to apply please go to the following link. https://www.cfsarasota.org/bLearnbaboutus/Careers.aspx (posted 425)

Humane Society Sarasota County - Development Manager.  This position, in partnership with the Executive Director, is responsible for implementing a comprehensive plan for all fundraising and development activities and cultivating individual and philanthropic support. Primary responsibility is donor cultivation, maintenance and to execute strategies to develop donors and contributions to support the organization through the solicitation of major gifts, federal and state grants, special events and corporate and foundation support. Assures development and maintenance of appropriate systems including but not limited to donor management, research and cultivation, gift processing and recognition. Maintains accountability and compliance standards for donors and funding sources.  Read more.  Resumes to Christen Cleary Benson cbenson@hssc.org (posted 4/30)

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 HR@thefloridacenter.org 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 HR@thefloridacenter.org 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 HR@thefloridacenter.org EOE/DFWP (posted 5/2)