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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 7/27)

Executive Director:  Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy (SMART) We are seeking an individual with strong leadership and fundraising skills to increase and strengthen support for the mission and programs of SMART as we continue to grow and move forward.  You need to be an effective, self-directed, dynamic person with strong connections in our community; must be passionate about improving the lives of people with disabilities; have at least 5 years experience in senior executive management; have the ability to inspire and motivate a mostly volunteer team; and have demonstrated success in fundraising, including experience with major gifts solicitation, grant writing, special events and capital campaigns.  A Bachelor’s degree is required and an advanced degree is highly desirable. Knowledge of the needs of individuals with disabilities is desirable but not required; an understanding or experience with horses, occupational and/or physical therapies is desirable, but not required.  This is a full-time salaried position.  For more information about SMART, please visit and  For a complete job description and salary information, or to apply, submit resume, three references and cover letter to Gail Clifton at  (posted 7/27)

AmeriCorps VISTA Restorative Strategies Coordinator  - You can help create positive school environments and engage students in school by becoming an AmeriCorps VISTA Restorative Strategies Coordinator for Sarasota County Schools, a leader in Florida's educational system. Over half of the 42,000 students enrolled in Sarasota County Schools come from low income families, yet they make up 63 percent of suspensions. Students who misbehave in school generally lack a positive sense of school affiliation or engagement. Restorative strategies help students re-engage with school and build positive relationships while developing a stronger sense of empathy. Through restorative practices, students learn how their actions affect others while providing them with the tools they need to resolve conflicts, communicate with peers and self-regulate their behavior. The AmeriCorps VISTA Restorative Strategies Coordinators will be trained to work with district staff to become experts and leaders in restorative strategies and will build capacity throughout the district. This will be accomplished as AmeriCorps VISTA members develop curricula and lesson plans, train teachers and other school- and district-based staff, support school staff in restorative practices implementation, and build community partnerships. Students will stay engaged in school, continue to learn and graduate high school, leading them out of poverty. This is a national service position, so please be sure to review the level of compensation and support provided by VISTA at To apply, please visit the AmeriCorps VISTA webpage: For questions about the school district program, please contact Dr. Tanice Knopp at (posted 7/28)

Jewish Family & Childrne's Service of the Suncoast, Inc.  has an immediate opening for a Chief Operating Officer (COO). The COO will be a mission focused, strategic and experienced leader to join the Management Team and develop a performance culture among the staff. The COO must be a leader who is able to help staff deliver measurable, cost effective results that meet the agency’s vision and mission. The COO will lead, manage and review all services and programs.  The position accomplishes this through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the values of the agency. Must have the ability to think analytically, strategically and anticipate future consequences and trends and incorporate them into the strategic plan. Must be action oriented, have an understanding of non-profit budgets, agency operations, information systems and marketing. The ideal candidate will be a proven leader with at least 10 years of professional experience with a minimum of five years of senior-leadership experience supervising seasoned staff and operating multiple service programs. A Masters level degree in a Behavioral Health field is required. Please submit resume to (posted 7/28)

Executive Director, Education Foundation of Sarasota County, Inc. Sarasota, Florida. The Education Foundation of Sarasota County announces the immediate opening for the position of Executive Director. Reporting to a board of directors, the Executive Director serves as the chief executive and provides overall leadership and management in support of the vision and goals set out by the Board of Directors and the Strategic Plan. The executive director is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement and growth of its mission and financial objectives, ensures continued programmatic impact and innovation, develops and maintains partnerships with Sarasota County Schools, donors, community, businesses and other Foundations which support education, to enhance the organization’s financial sustainability and strategic growth. Full description see More.   Interested persons may submit the following credentials and any other information which best illustrates their capabilities in response to this posting: Letter of Interest, CV/Resume, Letters of Reference. Please send all information, in one submittal, electronically to: (posted 7/29)

Lee County Community Resource Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast.  Challenging, fun and very rewarding opportunity for a person who enjoys developing and strengthening both internal and external relationships based in our Fort Myers office.  Looking for a strong development person who is passionate about advocating for children facing adversity.  The type of person who will be a good fit for this position needs to be very comfortable with asking both individuals and companies for financial and volunteer support.  Responsibilities include ongoing and numerous financial and volunteer support presentations to both individuals and companies to achieve goals, working as the staff liaison with the Community board, managing two large fundraising events, and collaborating with teammates to help the agency achieve excellence in all areas.  Strong ethics, the ability to perform with little supervision, and a commitment to only add positive energy and stability even under pressure are requirements. Email resume to  EOE M/F (posted 7/31) 

Youth Coordinator (PT) ALSO Youth is looking for a part time Youth Coordinator for our program providing advocacy, leadership, support, and outreach to LGBTQIA youth and their allies.  This position will be working in both our Sarasota location and our brand new Venice location so local travel will be required.  Hours will vary, mostly afternoons, but some evening and weekend times will be required.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years of college with a focus in social work, child development, psychology, or a related field.  This position involves working directly with our youth as well as building partnerships with community leaders and potential donors.  Our perfect candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills; superior computer skills including all Microsoft Office products and social media; ability to work independently; to organize and multi-task; experience with youth and youth issues, particularly LGBTQIA youth; ability to lift up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.  Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license and will be subject to criminal background screening prior to employment.  If this sounds like the perfect job for you, please submit resume and salary requirements via email to (posted 7/31)

Sales Coordinator.  Are you looking for a job that’s fast-paced, fun and always something new?  Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida is looking for a full-time Sales Coordinator with exemplary customer service skills and who is energetic, organized and wants to join us in building future leaders!  The Sales Coordinator provides administrative support with the day-to-day operations of the product sales program and serves as a retail sales assistant in the council shop located in Sarasota.  The ideal self-starter is very detail oriented, is an excellent communicator, and able to work a flexible schedule: Wednesday and Friday 7:30am-5:30pm, and Tuesday and Thursday 8:30am-6:30pm, along with some pre-planned weekends; proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, and Word) and point-of-sale software; and can demonstrate two-year minimum job related experience or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.  Visit the council website to be inspired by our mission and view the position description –  Email your resume and cover letter with your salary requirement to  EOE/Drug Free Workplace  (posted 8/8)

Manager, Grants and Outcomes.  Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Inc. seeks a Manager, Grants and Outcomes to manage all aspects of grant-funded projects from inception to conclusion, manage ongoing partnerships and collaborations with funders, and cultivate and initiate new relationships in areas of responsibility in alignment with the strategic direction and objectives of the council in alignment with the strategic direction and objectives of the council and GSUSA initiatives.  She/he is responsible for the research and evaluation activities across all council functions, with particular emphasis on measuring and assessing the impact of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience within the council’s jurisdiction.  She/he develops and implements an overall framework for assessing the impact of council strategic business objectives, the compilation and analysis of related data for planning and other outcomes-related activities (e.g., fund development, program enhancement, etc.), and takes a leadership role in improving research and evaluation policies, practices, and methods throughout the council. Go to: to read more.   (posted 8/8)

Program Specialist - Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida Inc. The Program Specialist is responsible for delivering the national leadership curricula and support services aligned with the strategic priorities of the council.  She/he ensures that all girl experiences incorporate the discover-connect-take action leadership modality and that national curriculum is delivered across all pathways and enriched through the mobilization of local partnerships, resources, and experts.  She/he assembles and works with advisory teams and volunteers to plan and implement opportunities, events, and activities, establishes collaborative working relationships with internal colleagues and external constituencies, and creates short- and long-term opportunities for volunteer involvement, ensuring flexible deployment of volunteers in support of pathway needs.  Go to: to read more.   (posted 8/8)

The Development Associate is an organized, detail-oriented, creative and self-motivated individual who will support the fund development program of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast. Under the supervision of the VP of Communications & Marketing, the Development Associate responds quickly and with good judgment to a variety of situations in a fast-paced environment and handles sensitive information in a professional manner, working with staff at all levels of the organization as well as board members, donors and volunteers. S/he is responsible for the overall management of the organization’s donor database (Raiser’s Edge) including data entry, report/list pulling and donor acknowledgments. The Development Associate is directly involved in the development of all agency fundraising campaigns including direct mail, online and cause-related marketing. S/he will also have the opportunity to work closely with the Community Development Director who manages the agency’s special events program. A 2-3 year proven track record in development or in appropriate transferable responsibilities is required along with strong written & verbal communication skills and proficiency with technology including database management software and the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Publisher and Outlook). Experience working with Adobe Creative Suite and web design is a plus. Please, submit resume electronically in MS Word or Adobe PDF format to (posted 8/11)

Director of Administration Job Opening, Church of the Trinity MCC, Sarasota, FL.  Church of the Trinity MCC and Trinity Charities, Inc. seeks a Director of Administration to join our growing organizations.  Church of the Trinity Metropolitan Community Church is a vibrant congregation with 240 active members.  The church is part of a global movement of progressive Christian congregations serving diverse populations including the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered community. Trinity Charities, Inc. provides services to those affected by HIV/ AIDS through a variety of programs including nutrition programs, social support, and a food pantry serving over 150 clients every month.  Our office is a fast paced but casual work environment.  Our staff and volunteers find purpose being part of an organization transforming individuals and communities with a message of hope.   The position is 32 hours a week 9am-5pm Monday- Thursday with some monthly evening meetings required. Our selection team will be screening applicants based on the outlined qualifications and will only interview candidates who meet the minimum requirements. Applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to (posted 8/11)

Front Desk/Customer Service Representative:  The front desk position requires the highest level of professionalism and a great deal of enthusiasm; a quick learner one must be with the ability to think critically.  Tasks include providing the highest level of customer service every day, performing cash transactions, organizing & filing, and assisting administration on an as-needed basis. This is a full time position with a commitment to responsibility and oversight of our “command center”.  If you are wanting to share your customer service skills and connect with dynamic people, please call Kathy @ 778-1908 and/or forward your resume to Kathy to learn more. (posted 8/11)

Attention: team member needed!  Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 3-5 years’ experience required to support/counsel our families and general community.  This position requires individual interventions and a focus on group work in facilitating parenting workshops, grief groups, etc. Part-time, hourly to start. Send resume/profile to and/or contact Kathy directly @ 941-778-1908, ext 206. (posted 8/11)

The Friends of the Sarasota County History Center are seeking a part-time manager for an historical and educational center in Sarasota. Approximately 25 hours per week (M,W,F & Sat.); $10 per hour.Computer skills necessary. People-person.  Please send resume' via e-mail to or  to P.O. Box 1221, Sarasota, FL. 34230 no later than Sept. 1, 2015. (posted 8/11)

LCSW:  Immediate opening for full-time LCSW.  Must have a passion for providing faith-based mental health services to individuals and families in Sarasota and Manatee Counties.  Valid State of Florida license, 3 years’ experience, team player and ability to utilize electronic healthcare provider system required.  Paneled with the following insurance companies preferred: Cigna, BCBS, United HeathCare, Tricare.  Submit resume and salary history to (posted 8/11)

Executive Director of Non-Profit Chamber of Commerce Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce. The Executive Director will have overall responsibility for ensuring that the organization is successful in achieving its mission through strategic planning, fundraising, managing staff and volunteers, outreach to the public, coordinating programs, meeting financial goals and guiding the organization through stages of growth and innovation. He/she will be responsible to the Board of Directors for a range of activities in accordance with the policies, procedures and By-laws of the Chamber.  Additionally, he/she must be professional and personable while providing the “face and voice” of the Chamber. Read more.  (posted 8/17)

Executive Director – Miracle Swimming – Immediate Opening.  Did you know that half of the adult population cannot swim – many due to a deep-seated fear of water? Miracle Swimming ( is a unique-system of teaching adults how to swim by gently guiding students in how to remain safe – emotionally and spiritually so that learning comes naturally and easily. The ideal candidate would know or appreciate the  The program is taught nationally and has been life changing for its adult students. The individual we seek will work closely with the CEO/Founder of Miracle Swimming, which is a non-profit organization, to provide the direction and leadership needed to achieve the organization’s mission, philosophy, strategic and financial goals and objectives. In addition to overseeing the daily operations, the individual in this job will oversee financial management, risk management, grant writing, public relations, staff management, and marketing and fundraising activities.  The position reports to the CEO, supervises a small staff, and serves as a non-voting member of the Board.  A bachelor’s degree is required and a master’s degree is preferred, a minimum of 8 years directly-related leadership experience in the non-profit sector.  Must be skilled in MS office 2013. Knowledge about adult learning, sports psychology, marketing and finance is preferred.  Send your cover letter, resume and letters of reference to  No phone calls or emails can be accepted. All applicants will receive a response.  (posted 8/17)

Director of Development, Bon Secours Place, St. Petersburg  The BSSP Development Director will be responsible for developing a program of philanthropy for BSSP, with particular emphasis given to the acquisition, cultivation and stewardship of new donors and new prospects. The Development Director is the lead executive with responsibility for the Board’s Philanthropy Committee, working with the CEO’s office to provide strategic, professional prospect management for events, annual giving, sponsorships, and grateful patient philanthropy. The Development Director is responsible for involving the facility CEO to assist with cultivation and stewardship of certain assigned major gift prospects. For this new philanthropy program, the Development Director will rely on operational support from the Bon Secours Richmond Healthcare Foundation. In the beginning, the Development Director will prepare and implement a development plan including events, annual giving, grateful resident fundraising, and sponsorships. Over time, the Development Director will build, manage and solicit a portfolio of mid-level donor prospects with estimated philanthropic capacity of $25,000 to $100,000. The Development Director will be responsible to participate (in person or by phone) in staff meetings, trainings, and planning sessions with the Bon Secours Virginia Foundation team.  Read more.   (posted 8/17)

Community Youth Development is accepting applications for a part-time Youth Development Specialist to expand our efforts to empower youth as leaders in service. This position will assist the facilitation of: SRQVolunteen Training sessions, off-site community service days, and special youth training events.  High School diploma and experience working with youth required; Bachelor's Degree highly preferred.  For more information, please visit<>.  Please, submit resume electronically in MS Word or Adobe PDF format to<>. (posted 8/18)

The Circus Arts Conservatory is a 501(c)(3) organization located in Sarasota, FL.  The CAC strives to preserve Sarasota’s unique circus legacy through education, human service and the performing arts.  This is achieved through performances, events, excellence in training and community outreach programs.  The CAC is home to Circus Sarasota and the Sailor Circus, and is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization perpetuating the circus arts as Southwest Florida’s historical legacy through innovative programming. The CAC seeks a dynamic, outgoing candidate for the Development & Marketing Assistant.  This employee is responsible for providing administrative support and project management to a variety of development and marketing functions.  The ideal candidate is an individual who can balance multiple activities and prioritize effectively.  This position is an entry level full-time, exempt position.  To learn more about our exciting organization please visit  To see a complete job description, please click here. (posted 8/18)

Chief Development Officer - Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium  Mote seeks a Chief Development Officer (CDO) to provide leadership, strategy, and management to ensure long-term prosperity of the organization as it reaches new milestones in its development program. The CDO will be an essential partner to the President & CEO and the Board of Trustees, and will serve on the senior management team. S/he will design and manage a comprehensive development program, ensuring implementation of timely cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies across all donor groups.     Mote has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to assist on this important recruitment. Please visit to review the complete position profile, required experience, and desired qualities.   (posted 8/18)

Southeastern Guide Dogs is seeking a Fundraising Event Manager to join our Development Team and manage several large-scale fundraising events all over the state of Florida.  This person will manage 3+ 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 9 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. (posted 8/21)

Development Assistant, Archbold Biological Station, 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.  The ideal candidate will have experience using Blackbaud Raisers Edge or similar database. Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, fundraising management or related field, or Associate’s degree with 1 year relevant experience preferred.  Position is FT with benefits.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Additional information at  To apply, please submit cover letter, resume, and three professional references, to  Deadline September 18, 2015 or until filled, with anticipated early December start date. EOE/AA Employer (posted 8/24)

Mission Advancement Officers - Thornwell Home for Children:  Responsible for maximizing philanthropic support from, and promoting awareness of, the agency's mission among, individuals, churches and other public and private constituencies in these respective regions. Requires organized and motivated self-starter and team-player with proven fundraising solicitation skills, excellent communication/presentation and interpersonal skills to build, foster and manage long-term donor relationships and a personal commitment to Thornwell’s mission. Read more.  (posted 8/24)

Florida Cancer Specialists and Research Institute  is seeking a Volunteer Program Coordinator.  Location: Lakewood Ranch, Florida.  This position is a critical component of the foundation leadership team and infrastructure.  It serves the full spectrum of organization’s mission needs for volunteers, supporting service lines such as client services, general administration, financial development, marketing, and accounting.   The specific functions of this position include workforce needs alignment, volunteer acquisition, workforce retention, and successful implementation of a plan to engage and retain volunteers.  Please apply online:, select careers. (posted 8/24)

Ringling College of Art & Design - Development Officer:  The Development Officer is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding donors, including individuals, corporations and foundations, of gifts at all levels.  Under the direction of the AVP for Strategic Philanthropy, collaborates with staff, faculty, alumni, trustees, and volunteers to develop and implement initiatives and strategies for successful major gift solicitation.  He/she represents Ringling College of Art and Design in campus activities, community events and organizations that further the development of major gift and planned gift donors. This position requires sensitive interaction with a variety of internal and external contacts. The scope of the job requires travel as well as attendance at evening and/or weekend activities, events, meetings etc., and visits to donors in their homes and offices throughout the country.  Minimum Qualification:  Bachelor’s degree or a combination of education and experience; Three years of successful professional fundraising experience, or a demonstrated comparably successful track record in a related career. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in higher education or not-for-profit development. Open until filled.Apply on-line,    (posted 8/24)

Kobernick-Anchin-Benderson is accepting applications for a Communications Specialist.  Must have a bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications or public relations and 2 years of experience in the field.  Responsibilities: Maintain the website and editorial calendars.  Generate and distribute information to the media, devleop and maintain relationships with media and advertising contacts.  Write and design flyers and collaleral materials. Assist in writing and publishing electronic communications (eblasts, blog posts and other social media). Operate as liaison with graphic design professionals, photographers and printers.  Assist in the production of ad campaigns and media placements.   Execute communications plans for fundraising events. Plan and attend in-house and off-site events.  Assist with development and execution of marketing research, such as satisfaction surveys.  Apply with cover letter and resume by Sept. 10 to:  Read more.   (posted 8/24)

The Literacy Council of Sarasota – Office Assistant Job Announcement:  Reporting to the Executive Director & Program and Volunteer Manager, the Office Assistant performs a wide variety of reception, administrative, fiscal and general daily office management functions in support of programs, operations and fundraising.  May also supervise interns and volunteers as directed. This is an hourly, non-exempt position.  As a nonprofit 501(c) (3) educational organization, the mission of The Literacy Council of Sarasota, Inc. (LCS) is to build a more literate community by helping adults and families improve English language communication skills through personalized, needs-based tutoring and small group instruction. LCS is an “At-Will” and Equal Opportunity Employer.  For more info: If interested, please email cover letter and resume to .  Please do not submit hard-copy or faxed information. No phone calls please. Open until filled. (posted 8/26)

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Inc. seeks a creative and confident Development Manager with a social + sales + service skill set to execute adult fundraising strategies and activities to increase awareness of, build and maintain public support, promote a positive image of Girl Scouting to internal and external audiences, and support the strategic priorities of the council.  Qualified candidates will demonstrate success in meeting development goals and knowledge of principles and practices of professional fundraising; demonstrate experience using fundraising database and spreadsheets, including input, records maintenance, query design, and report production, Raiser’s Edge experience preferred; is highly organized, self-directed, and a team player that will contribute to a positive organizational leadership culture and the Development Team; and is able to travel within the council jurisdiction and work a flexible schedule.  Demonstrated competencies will include leadership, networking, relationship management, customer service, collaborative project management, volunteer relations, communications, marketing, public relations, and interpersonal skills.  A minimum of 3 years of directly relevant experience; Bachelor’s degree in relevant field or equivalent relevant experience is required.  For consideration, please submit by email a cover letter including salary requirements and resume to  EOE/Drug Free Workplace.  Please review the position description at; (posted 8/25)

The nonprofit Florida Center for Investigative Reporting is an award-winning statewide bilingual journalism organization working to expose corruption, waste and miscarriages of justice in the Sunshine State. FCIR produces investigative journalism in collaboration with partners including traditional and ethnic news media. FCIR’s partners include Florida’s NPR member stations, the Miami Herald, Florida Times-Union, The Ledger, Naples Daily News and CBS Miami. FCIR is seeking a full-time fundraiser to lead an intense three- to four-month fundraising campaign. If successful, this position would likely become permanent. The position is available immediately. We need someone who can raise money from individuals, companies and foundations to support our public interest journalism.  We seek an experienced fundraiser who values investigative reporting in civic life and can identify donors for the short and long term. To be considered, please send your resume, salary requirements, and a one- to two-page proposal explaining how you would lead our new fundraising campaign to No phone calls, please. (posted 8/25)

The Loveland Center - Donor Services Manager:  Our Donor Services Manager will participate in planning and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy that generates individual donors, foundation, philanthropic and corporate support, with emphasis on broadening Loveland Center’s base of support from individuals, nurturing existing relationships, identifying new constituencies and expanding the scope and depth of outreach to create a broader donor base. Qualifications include having a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience with a minimum of 5 years of experience in all aspects of fundraising, with an emphasis on charitable fund development, a strong work ethic and passion for Loveland Center’s mission.  Visit for details. Qualified candidates are welcome to 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 8/30)

The New College Foundation seeks a Database Specialist. This Specialist is responsible for gift processing and constituent information data entry using Raiser’s Edge relationship management software, working closely with the Database Manager to ensure high standards in data integrity are maintained. A high level of accuracy with data entry, excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to work on multiple projects, and handle interruptions and shifting priorities, while maintaining focus on tasks, and the ability to work independently are essential skills for the successful candidate. Please visit for more information and to apply. Resumes’ that are faxed, mailed, or emailed will not be accepted. Open until filled. (posted 8/30)