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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. 

 

Office/Marketing Assistant P/T: Big Brothers of the Sun Coast is seeking a positive, outgoing individual for our Venice office capable of fast paced multitasking in regards to phone, office support skills, as well as working with a multidisciplinary team. The successful applicant will possess strong computer skills using Word, Outlook, Publisher & Excel. The ideal candidate must also have good written and communication skills as well as a knowledge base of website and social media. Must be eager to learn, take constructive direction, work independently and manage one’s time. Experience in Adobe creative suite preferred. Please, submit resume to hr@bbbssun.org (posted 2/22)

Membership/development assistant: Historic Spanish Point seeks a membership/development assistant.  Responsibilities include gift entry and acknowledgement, processing event registrations and pulling lists, creating and updating constituent records, setting up online event registration and donation pages, and administrative support. Experience using Raiser’s Edge or similar database software, proficient user of Microsoft Word and Excel, strong attention to detail, excellent written and grammatical skills, and the ability to problem solve.  Must be a strong team player. Higher education or non-profit experience is preferred. This is a part-time job—16-20 hours weekly, with some flexibility in hours.  Please submit a cover letter, resume and references at: jobs@historicspanishpoint.org Learn more about us at www.historicspanishpoint.org.  (posted 2/23)

JFCS has an immediate opening for a Grants Manager.  The Grants Manager is primarily responsible for the reporting and oversight of Program Grants to include the financial and administrative accounting components which include federal, state, local and foundation grant oversight and administration. This position focuses on stewarding all aspects of grants management to include managing the collection and coordinating systems for grants received, including preparation of timelines, coordinating grant requirements with program managers, program implementation, and evaluating outcomes/outputs. The Grants Manager 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. The Grants Manager is also responsible to take the lead in writing grant applications and specially-crafted proposals for individual donors.  A Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Finance ( Master’s preferred) is required. Proven experience (at least three years) writing foundation and/or government grant proposals or letters of solicitation is required. This position reports to the Vice President of Programs. Please send resume to jobs@jfcs-cares.org (posted 2/25)

Kiwanis of Bradenton Foundation Development Director:  The Kiwanis of Bradenton Foundation is seeking a Development Director. The ideal candidate will have 3 – 5 years experience in Donor Development, Donor Relations and Planned Giving Strategies. Experience in the Bradenton / Sarasota area preferred but not required. Job requires high energy, creative and resourceful individual who understands the value of a balanced fundraising approach and who possesses the ability to build positive alliances and strategic community partnerships.  60-70K (Commensurate with Experience) To apply, please email resume and three professional references to our hiring manager, Ruth Banther at Ruth@barrybanther.com (posted 2/27)

The Lemur Conservation Foundation, a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and conservation of the primates of Madagascar through captive breeding, scientific research and education, has an immediate opening for an Individual Giving Officer who will work closely with the Executive Director & CEO to develop and implement fundraising strategies with a special focus on individual major gift relationship management to meet short- and long-term funding goals of LCF.  The primary objective of LCF is to develop long-term relationships built on a firm understanding of donors’ interests, passions and values. To apply please submit three grant proposal and annual publication samples with cover letter, resume and salary requirements leenesler@lemurreserve.org.  To learn more about LCF visit www.lemurreserve.org. (posted 2/27)

Wounded Warrior Project:  The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for stewarding a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects within the Southeast, with an emphasis in Florida.  This position will identify, cultivate, and solicit high net worth individuals through ongoing personal contact, with strong emphasis on in-person meetings and cultivation events.  This professional will contribute to the financial goal of the Major Gifts team, manage personal goals, and be responsible for generating revenue from cash, gifts of stock and deferred gifts. Read more.  (Posted 2/27)

Wounded Warrior Project:  The Principal Gifts Officer is a member of Wounded Warrior Project’s fundraising team and will steward a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects rated with a gift capacity of $1 million or more. The Principal Gifts Officer will identify, cultivate and solicit high net worth individuals through ongoing personal contact, with strong emphasis on in-person meetings and cultivation events.  PGO will share in the financial goal of the Major Gifts team and be responsible for generating revenue from cash, gifts of stock and deferred gifts. This position will require national travel. Read more.  (posted 2/27)

Children's Academy of SW FL – VP of Operations:
directs organizational wide operations of a broad range of programs, with direct oversight of program activities.   Plans, develops, oversees implementation and supervises programs and program staff, and performs administrative duties. Oversees the provision of day to day program activities in accordance with established standards and goals. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree and at least 5 years administrative/supervisory experience, as well as experience in preschool operations, after school programming, or educations field.  Please email resumes to admin@caswfl.com no phone calls.  (posted 3/5)

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, Sarasota, Florida, is seeking candidates for their search for a Director of Development to steward and grow the theatre’s young fundraising program.  Responsibilities include annual-giving (individual and corporate), sponsorships, grants, major gifts, capital projects and special events. Position will maintain a proactive leadership role in identifying, cultivating and stewarding donors and in consult with the Executive Director, plan, implement, and promote fundraising campaigns/activities, and implement strategies for building and maximizing a diverse donor base.  5-7 years demonstrated incremental fundraising experience, leadership of volunteers, verbal, written and interpersonal skills, proficiency in development software and computer applications. Capital Campaign experience helpful. An ideal opportunity for an Associate Director ready to step up and lead a burgeoning program.  Submit cover letter and résumé to:  Richard M. Parison, Jr., Executive Director, Westcoast Black Theatre, 1343 Main Street, Suite 402, Sarasota, FL, 34237 or jobs@westcoastblacktheatre.org. No Phone Calls. (posted 3/5)

Mote Marine Laboratory: Annual Fund Manager.   The Annual Fund Manager will be responsible for growing Mote’s annual giving program, including management of appeals (print and digital), corporate donors, special events, and donor stewardship. The Annual Fund Manager at Mote Marine Laboratory will report directly to the Chief Development Officer (CDO) and work collaboratively and independently as part of Mote’s overall Development Team.   See more.   (posted  3/5)

Part time Master Level Mental Health Therapist-Sarasota/Bradenton- Insight Counseling Services, Inc. seeks a part time mental health therapist with experience working with children and adolescents who are sexually abusive. The successful candidate will provide individual and family therapy; facilitate or co-facilitate group sessions; conduct intakes or assessments for clients entering the program; and provide case management as needed. Group hours are Monday – Thursday from 3:45pm – 6:00pm with individual and family sessions scheduled as needed. Groups are held in Bradenton and Sarasota Counties.  Applicant must pass a complete background check, including an abuse registry check.   EOE/DFWP.  For consideration, email your resume to: suecappiello@gmail.com  (posted 3/6)

Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County, Inc.  Principal Gifts Officer:  The Philanthropy Officer is responsible for envisioning, implementing and managing Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County, Inc.’s (HFHSSC) fund development efforts to include fund-raising and cultivation events; annual giving; corporate and foundation giving; faith based giving; civic and service organization giving; major gifts from individuals; prospective donor research; grant writing; donor stewardship; and planned giving.  Exempt/Full-time position Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Email resume with cover letter detailing your interest in this position and your salary requirement, along with two writing samples preferably related to development to: MaryBeth@MBJGroup.com Read More.    (posted 3/7)

Director of Community Relations:  Girls Inc. of Sarasota County is immediately seeking to hire a FT Director of Community Relations. The Director will be responsible for developing and implementing our marketing and communications strategies in alignment with the overall annual goals of the organization and our strategic growth plan, volunteer recruitment and management, event planning and implementation of our events with the development and program departments, community and public relations,  branding champion, as well as the development of media and business partnerships to support the organization’s communication goals. To apply please send letter of interest, resume and three writing samples to Robin Rose, CEO, at robin@girlsincsrq.org. (posted 3/11)

Development Coordinator:  Girls Inc. of Sarasota County is immediately seeking to hire a Development Coordinator. The Development Coordinator’s role is to assist the Executive Director and the Development Director with all aspects of fundraising, donor relations and donor database management, administrative support, and event planning and implementation. The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree, 1-3 years working in development and nonprofit fundraising, strong communication skills, and knowledge of the Sage donor database system.  It is expected that this position will be a 20-30 hour a week position with the possibility of becoming a FT position.  To apply please send a letter of interest, resume and 2 writing samples to Robin Rose, Executive Director, at robin@girlsincsrq.org. (posted 3/11)

JFCS has an immediate opening for a Grants Manager.  The Grants Manager is primarily responsible for the reporting and oversight of Program Grants to include the financial and administrative accounting components which include federal, state, local and foundation grant oversight and administration. This position focuses on stewarding all aspects of grants management to include managing the collection and coordinating systems for grants received, including preparation of timelines, coordinating grant requirements with program managers, program implementation, and evaluating outcomes/outputs. The Grants Manager 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.  An accounting degree and proven experience is required. This position reports to the Vice President of Programs. Please send resume to jobs@jfcs-cares.org (posted 3/11)

AP/AR Assistant:  Working under the supervision of the Accounting Specialist the AP/AR staff will need to Prepare Monthly/Quarterly funder reports and billing for grants.   Respond to internal and external request regarding grant expenditures and balances.  Record and reconcile general ledger transactions and accounts.  Administrative Support oversees and manages all office procedures including timely and accurate accounts payable processing, coding, and entry into Sage; processing checks (including grants) and online bill payments.  Processing consumer payroll, expenditures and reporting.  A degree in business/accounting preferred, 5 years’ bookkeeping experience.  Familiarity with Sage Fund Accounting.  Proficient in Microsoft Office.   Ability to work independently, be a wise decision maker, and skilled problem solver.  Must have reliable transportation, valid Florida driver’s License and current automobile insurance.   Requires drug testing and Level 1 and Level II Background Screening.  Please, submit resume to screech@communityhaven.com  (posted 3/13)     

Employment Specialist:  The Community Employment Program is seeking an Employment Specialist for the South Sarasota and Venice/North Port area.  This position requires the individual to be job development and assisting individuals with disabilities to obtain and maintain employment in a safe environment.  Must be willing to work flexible hours. Bachelor’s Degree with a major in business, nursing, education or a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science;  or an Associate’s Degree in business, nursing, education or a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science.  Experience in one of the previously mentioned fields shall substitute on a year-to-year basis for the required college education.  This position requires the individual to be on call 24/7.  Must have reliable transportation, valid Florida driver’s License and current automobile insurance.   Requires drug testing and Level 1 and Level II Background Screening.  Please, submit resume to screech@communityhaven.com (posted 3/13)

Teacher:   Montessori classroom teacher.  Provide weekly lesson plans and classroom schedules (creative curriculum) according to developmentally appropriate practices.  Assure of all required documentation for each child, including sign-in, attendance, body checks, and emergency medical cards.  Maintain written weekly lesson plans and classroom schedules according to developmentally appropriate practices.  Complete developmental assessments (Ages and Stages) and document developmental gains.  Assist the classroom is maintained in a clean manner, including sanitizing toys, shelves, etc., cleaning floors and doing laundry daily.  Assist children with toileting.   Associate degree in early childhood or special needs, or CDA or CDS, Montessori certification or willing to obtain Montessori certification,  40 Hours Childcare State Mandated Training.   A valid driver’s license, proof of motor vehicle insurance,  Drug Screening, and Level I and II Background Screening.  Please, submit resume to screech@communityhaven.com   (posted 3/13)

The Property Manager ensures that the council properties are operational and maintained in alignment with council goals, policies, and standards.  Qualified candidate has a minimum of 5 years directly relevant work experience in managing property, construction projects and development and implementation of maintenance programs.  Knowledge of permitting requirements and local, state and federal laws, building and health codes preferred.  Knowledge of ACA (American Camping Association) standards desirable.  Competencies in customer service, community organization and supervisory skills, budgeting, collaborative project management, and interpersonal skills.  Qualified candidate will possess excellent written/verbal communication skills; proficient computer operation skills and in use of Microsoft Office Suite applications; and will be highly organized, self-directed, and a team player that will contribute to a positive organizational leadership culture.  Work requires physical strength and agility to safely perform all essential functions, including the ability to lift, carry, push, or pull (minimum 20/25 pounds) job-related equipment without assistance; ability to perform tasks outdoors under varying climatic conditions and indoors in environmentally controlled conditions; and daily access to transportation, along with documentation of required automobile insurance, as well as a valid driver’s license and ability to transport supplies.  Candidate bilingual in Spanish and knowledgeable of culture is desirable.  Please review the job description posted on the council website for full position details.  The position is currently open and requires ability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends.  Explore the council website to become knowledgeable about our inspiring mission and activities – www.gsgcf.org.  For consideration, email a resume and cover letter outlining major accomplishments and salary requirements to hr@gsgcf.org.  EOE/Drug Free Workplace.

American Red Cross:  We are currently seeking a Major Gifts Officer to work in our Naples chapter office. The Major Gift Officer will identify, engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward current and prospective donors.  He/she will be responsible for meeting a minimum annual fundraising target ($500,000 for the current fiscal year) including renewable gifts and new incremental revenue, adjusting as necessary in the event of major domestic disasters.  He/she will design and disseminate customized solicitation strategies to support organizational objectives and donor interests, working with volunteer leadership and cross-departmental teams.  Minimum 5 years of major gifts or sales experience.  Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable.  If this sounds like the kind of opportunity that you’ve been waiting for, please visit our website at: www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=53250 (posted 3/13)

Lemur Conservation Foundation Executive Director & CEO:  Reporting to the Executive Director & CEO, the Communications Manager will help set the direction and guide the strategy for all internal and external communications to consistently articulate, enable and fulfill the Lemur Conservation Foundation’s (LCF) mission. This individual will be a creative, innovative, strategic thinker and results-driven team member.  Strong communications strategy, design and execution experience, combined with strong passion for the vision, mission and goals of LCF are critical to success in this role.  Key responsibilities include working with management team on the internal/external communication strategy; maintaining organizational brand; and developing and implementing results-driven marketing and communications campaigns that align with overall LCF organizational goals and funding objectives. The Communications Manager will also partner cross-functionally with other LCF staff and provide leadership in developing and implementing all messaging and communication content to support those areas. Read more.  (posted 3/14)

Selah Freedom: The Director of Finance and Administration will be a strategic thought-partner, and report to the CEO. The successful candidate will be a hands-on and participative manager and will lead and develop an internal team to support the following areas: finance/donor development, business planning and budgeting, human resources, risk management, administration, and IT.  The Director of Finance and Administration will play a critical role in partnering with the senior leadership team in strategic decision making and operations as Selah Freedom continues to enhance its quality programming and build capacity. This is a tremendous opportunity for a finance and operations leader to maximize and strengthen the internal capacity of a well-respected, high-impact organization.  Read more.   (posted 3/17)

JFCS has an immediate opening for a Program Coordinator for the Building Strong Families Program (BSF). The Program Coordinator is responsible for the overall management and outreach of the BSF Program.  Duties and responsibilities include case management, networking, public relations and community outreach with community agencies and other significant stakeholders; assisting with related BSF grant writing; supervision of staff; coordinating and delivering staff training; assisting the Vice President of Programs as required; peer review and quantitative standards of the department; development of outcome measures and analysis of department programs; assistance in the development of the Agency’s outcome and output analysis; assisting in the development of the department budget and special Agency projects. A minimum of a BSW in a human services related program, three year’s direct practice experience, two year’s administrative and supervisory responsibilities, the ability to work independently and experience with building community outreach and partnership development are required. Please send resume to jobs@jfcs-cares.org. (posted 3/17)

Easter Seals SW Florida Summer Camp Director.  • Full time position from June 8th until August 14th, some hours prior to June to set up field trips and plan activities • Hours are 8:00-5:30 • Children are from 5-12 years of age • Field Trips 3-5 times per week • Physical, drug test, level 2 background check • Responsible for setting up all field trips • Organizing activities • Reading enrichment activities • Ability to create a positive, fun, exciting atmosphere for campers • Experience running a summer camp or children’s program required.  Please submit questions or resumes to the attention of Erin Greenhalgh via email or fax. Erin Greenhalgh, Director of Human Resources, Easter Seals Southwest Florida, egreenhalgh@easterseals-swfl.org , 350 Braden Ave, Sarasota, FL 34243, 941.355.7637 ext 401 (FAX) 941.358.3069 (posted 3/20)

Community Haven AP/AR Assistant:  Working under the supervision of the Accounting Specialist the AP/AR staff will need to Prepare Monthly/Quarterly funder reports and billing for grants.   Respond to internal and external request regarding grant expenditures and balances.  Record and reconcile general ledger transactions and accounts.  Administrative Support oversees and manages all office procedures including timely and accurate accounts payable processing, coding, and entry into Sage; processing checks (including grants) and online bill payments.  Processing consumer payroll, expenditures and reporting.  A degree in business/accounting preferred, 5 years’ bookkeeping experience.  Familiarity with Sage Fund Accounting.  Proficient in Microsoft Office.   Ability to work independently, be a wise decision maker, and skilled problem solver.  Must have reliable transportation, valid Florida driver’s License and current automobile insurance.   Requires drug testing and Level 1 and Level II Background Screening.  Please, submit resume to screech@communityhaven.com       (posted 3/20)

Community Haven Employment Specialist:  The Community Employment Program is seeking an Employment Specialist for the South Sarasota and Venice/North Port area.  This position requires the individual to be job development and assisting individuals with disabilities to obtain and maintain employment in a safe environment.  Must be willing to work flexible hours.  Bachelor’s Degree with a major in business, nursing, education or a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science;  or an Associate’s Degree in business, nursing, education or a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science.  Experience in one of the previously mentioned fields shall substitute on a year-to-year basis for the required college education.  This position requires the individual to be on call 24/7.  Must have reliable transportation, valid Florida driver’s License and current automobile insurance.   Requires drug testing and Level 1 and Level II Background Screening.  Please, submit resume to screech@communityhaven.com  (posted 3/20)

Community Haven Teacher:   Montessori classroom teacher.  Provide weekly lesson plans and classroom schedules (creative curriculum) according to developmentally appropriate practices.  Assure of all required documentation for each child, including sign-in, attendance, body checks, and emergency medical cards.  Maintain written weekly lesson plans and classroom schedules according to developmentally appropriate practices.  Complete developmental assessments (Ages and Stages) and document developmental gains.  Assist the classroom is maintained in a clean manner, including sanitizing toys, shelves, etc., cleaning floors and doing laundry daily.  Assist children with toileting.   Associate degree in early childhood or special needs, or CDA or CDS, Montessori certification or willing to obtain Montessori certification,  40 Hours Childcare State Mandated Training.   A valid driver’s license, proof of motor vehicle insurance,  Drug Screening, and Level I and II Background Screening.  Please, submit resume to screech@communityhaven.com      (posted 3/20)

Case Manager for Catholic Charities HIV/AIDS housing, F/T with benefits. BA Degree and experience with Social Service Agency required.  Must be highly organized, computer savvy and able to work well under pressure with minimum supervision.  Some physical labor required.  Send resume to kmckenney@ccdis1.org. (posted 3/20)

Family Partnership Center – Program Director is responsible for the design, development, implementation and maintenance of parenting education and support programs. The Program Director supervises program staff and contractors. This full time position reports to the Executive Director.  Knowledge, skills and abilities needed: Master’s Degree preferred in Education, Social Work, or related field; 5 years’ experience as a Parenting Educator or in a related (education or social service) field; 5 years of supervision experience, preferably in parenting education or a related field; Strong experience in educational program development and implementation; Excellent communication skills and computer skills; Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus; and experience working with minorities a plus. Details can be found at: http://www.familypartnership.org/news.html (posted 3/20)

Advancement Records Specialist is responsible for ensuring effective, accurate, consistent data entry and gift recording processes, information management and reporting.  This position ensures compliance with industry standards for gift recording, reporting and handling policies and procedures as well as department standards of confidential data.  Reporting directly to the Advancement Services Manager, the Specialist is responsible for ensuring timeliness, data integrity, and an accurate reflection of donor intentions.  Responsible for daily, weekly, monthly reports, including daily reconciliations and processes. Open until filled.   For more information and to apply on-line go to:  www.ringling.edu  EOE (posted 3/25)

The Venice Symphony - Marketing and Communications Manager: responsible for advertising and media strategies, website management and development of concert programs.  Bachelor’s degree or demonstrated experience in print or online media buying strategies, marketing and community relations experience. Please email resume to dkerr@thevenicesymphony.org.  Read more.   (posted 3/25)

Communications Coordinator The Humane Society of Sarasota County seeks a Communications Coordinator. This position is responsible for managing HSSC’s communications and will work with development and program staff to develop outreach materials and provide communications support. The Communications Coordinator will design and review promotional materials, creates web content and artwork and oversee and manages HSSC’s social media presence. To review the complete job description, please visit: http://www.hssc.org/about-us/employment/. To apply, please email resume to at cbenson@hssc.org. (posted 3/28)