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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 your job listing is posted on your website, please send that link as well so we can drive people to your website and information about your organization.

Job postings are forwarded to AFP chapters from Gainesville down to Ft. Myers.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Kim Noyes in the AFP office at 941-921-5410 or kim.afpswfl@gmail.com    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. These nonprofit job postings are free of charge and available for all nonprofit organizations - AFP membership is not a requirement.    The AFP Southwest Florida Chapter assumes no responsibility for accurate or timely postings. 

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New College of Florida is accepting applications for an Associate Vice President of the New College Foundation. In collaboration with Vice President and other advancement leadership team members, s/he will recommend and implement long and short-term strategic, measurable goals and operational plans for alumni relations and advancement that complement donor strategies, the overall direction, and vision for alumni relations and advancement.  The successful candidate will lead the development of overall communications and marketing strategies related to advancement and alumni that is coordinated, strategic and utilizes a multi-channel approach.  This will be achieved though working closely with the college's Director of Marketing and Communications. The ability to travel, flexibility in scheduling, and fulfillment of diverse job responsibilities is essential. The ideal candidate will have a broad understanding of the advancement process and alumni affairs in higher education and a demonstrated ability to collaborate with college leadership in a decentralized organization. For more information and to apply, visit www.ncf.edu/employment. Resumes that are faxed, emailed, mailed or hand delivered will not be considered. New College is an EOE. (posted 11/12)

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 www.ncf.edu/employment for more information and to apply. Resumes’ that are faxed, mailed, or emailed will not be accepted. Open until filled. New College is an EOE. (posted 11/12)

Mental Health Therapist:  The Florida Center for Early Childhood is seeking a Full Time Therapist who will be a part of the Early Childhood Court initiative in Manatee County. Positions will be primarily field based providing Child Parent Psychotherapy for families in dependency court with children 0-36 months in out of home care. Most families coming into care have histories of trauma and ECC provides a therapeutic approach to healing the root cause of the families’ addiction or domestic violence that keeps them from safely parenting. Candidates will be required to attend court and family team meetings on a regular basis and have strong report writing skills. Strong foundation in providing trauma informed care is required, preferably with the early childhood population. Candidate must possess a Master’s Degree and a Florida license in social work, marriage and family therapy, or mental health counseling. Candidate should be CPP trained and must have a flexible schedule to accommodate families’ needs. Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 11/12)

Family Support Worker: Initiate and maintain regular and long-term supportive relationships with families with young children through home visiting program.  FT positions in Sarasota and Port Charlotte.  Prefer human services experience and Bilingual-Spanish speaking.  Must have HS diploma/GED.  Excellent benefits!  Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 11/12)

Speech Language Pathologist: FT Masters Level SLP, Florida license with ASHA certification.  Position is for South County (North Port) on site and natural environment.  Experience with pediatric population necessary. Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 11/12)

Occupational Therapist: Full-time OT. Provide occupational therapy to clients. Evaluate and assess the client to determine needs. Requires Bachelor’s or Master’s degree and valid Florida state license in Occupational Therapy. Pediatric experience preferred. Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to HR@thefloridacenter.org  EOE/DFWP (posted 11/12)

Children First Sarasota  - 6 openings MLK Way/North Port/33rd Street/Alta Vista/N Orange/Oak Street: 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 supervision of the Regional Manager with direction from the Family Services Manager. Additional guidance is provided by the standard operating procedures and parent’s handbook. Work is reviewed through monitoring, ongoing coaching and feedback and annual reviews with supervisor. Read more(posted 11/20) 

Front Desk Manager: The Center of Anna Maria Island is hiring a Night Front Desk Manager. The Front Desk Manager must demonstrate a personal commitment to the mission of The Center. This position requires a person who must demonstrate an ability to work effectively with people and be a team member. The person also must work effectively on their own. This position requires good organizational skills, strong human relation skills, general knowledge of business procedures, good communication skills, and willingness to adapt to change. This person must have a working knowledge of operating computers, be able to work in a fast pace environment, be flexible, provide a professional and friendly service to all customers, be able to handle and help resolve member concerns, and be able to multi-task. Must be proficient in word, excel, and have general knowledge of software systems overall. Must be available afternoons, nights and Saturdays. Job is 30+ hours and benefits. E-mail resumes to Chris Culhane, Operations Director, at christopher@centerami.org. (posted 11/20)

Youth Program Coordinator: The Center of Anna Maria Island is hiring a Youth Program Coordinator. The Youth Program Coordinator works in the after school program, all day camps, and summer camps for elementary school children. They also help with other task around the community center. The person must demonstrate a personal commitment to the mission of The Center. The person needs to have a passion of working with children and provide an enriched, fun, and safe environment. DCF training and certification will be required, as will First Aid/CPR. The person must ensure the daily care of every child by following all licensing guidelines and cultivate positive relationships with families, volunteers, Center members, community contacts, & other team members.  This position requires good organizational skills and good communication skills. The person must be cool-temped, friendly, reliable, and have a willingness to adapt to change. Schedule will be Monday to Friday, with an occasional Saturday. Must be able to work week nights until 6pm. Position is 30+ hours and benefits. E-mail resumes to Will Schenerlein, Recreation Director, at will@centerami.org. (posted 11/20)

Fundraising Event Associate. Forty Carrots Family Center seeks a detail oriented, highly organized individual with excellent people skills who will support the Development Department and the Agency as a whole.  Primary responsibilities include fundraising event management related responsibilities.  Proficiency in excel and donor database management a must, Salesforce experience preferred.   This full time position is a direct report to the Development Director but works in tandem with Donor Relations Manager and Event Coordinators.  Must have the ability to work independently in a fast paced environment, while being part of a close knit team.   Please send resume to career@fortycarrots.com. For more information please visit our website, www.fortycarrots.org  (posted 11/22)

Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida.  The Volunteer and Troop Support Specialist is a primary contact for the Member Experience Team and is responsible for successfully supporting new and existing volunteers to ensure the delivery of a nationally consistent quality leadership experience that achieves positive girl outcomes and reaches increasing numbers of girls.  She/he is responsible for the training, retention, and recognition of volunteers committed to the Girl Scout movement and Girl Scout Leadership Experience.  The Specialist is a superior communicator and solution-oriented, and works collaboratively and efficiently to provide an exceptional customer experience.Qualified candidate will be committed to providing an exceptional customer service experience, has a minimum of two years of relevant experience, and will demonstrate competencies in customer service, volunteer relationship management and/or human resource management, training and development, collaborative project management, and interpersonal skills. Read more.   (posted 11/22) 

Scholarship/Special Projects Manager - The Scholarship/Special Projects Manager of the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation is part of a three-person team. This position manages the overall administration of the scholarship process including processing applications, communication with applicants, communication with decision-makers, compliance, awarding, payment, and reporting.  In addition, the Manager works on special projects as assigned.  Qualifications – Bachelor degree, experience with college readiness/scholarship management preferred.  Send resume to dballinger@selbyfdn.org. (posted 11/26)

Director of Development - Coastal Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years of related experience.  The Director works closely with the President/CEO and development staff on donor cultivation and solicitation for annual, capital and planned gift programs, major gifts, fundraising activities and will personally solicit and close various major donor gifts.  This position reports directly to the President/CEO. For full job description and to apply, click here(posted 11/28)

Temple Emanu-El, in Sarasota, Florida, is accepting applications for the position of Executive Director. Our incredibly warm, 550+ member unit congregation has a pre-school, a religious school, year-round adult education, many active committees, and a strong volunteer culture. We are looking for a skilled executive to help guide our growing temple in the areas of member services, human resources, facilities, security, budget management, High Holidays, communications, and development. The Executive Director will report to the temple president and work closely with our officers, board, two rabbis, school directors, and committee chairs. The Executive Director also supervises the facilities staff and kitchen staff to ensure the successful day-to-day operation of the temple.  Send cover letter and resume to: careers@sarasotatemple.org (posted 11/28)

Sarasota Military Academy Foundation, Inc.: Chief Development Officer:  Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Business or other related degree, 5 years of experience in not-for-profit development programs, Master’s Degree and Certification as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) preferred.  Exceptional oral and written communication skills.  Computer literate with prior donor database experience.  Solid relationship building skills, able to interface with a variety of audiences.  Duties and Responsibilities: Strategy, Planning and Administration of the Fundraising functions including: major gifts and planned giving, and special events.  Responsible for preparing the annual fundraising budget and working closely with Foundation Board Members.  If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter to: HR@oursma.org (posted 12/4)

Forty Carrots Family Center: The Marketing Associate is responsible for providing creative detail orientated marketing and graphic support to all departments of Forty Carrots Family Center. The Marketing Associate works under the direct supervision of the Development Director and is expected to use Forty Carrots Family Center’s mission, values, vision, philosophy, and goals as the basis for all interactions with constituents as well as follow all policies and procedures as outlined in the Forty Carrots Family Center Staff Handbook and Policies & Procedures Manual.  In addition, the Marketing Associate is expected to ensure that the branding of Forty Carrots, both in text and design is consistent and adhered to, in order to support and strengthen the organizational profile in the community. The candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite preferred, familiar with coding and have proven experience in social media marketing. The candidate must also have the ability to work independently in a fast paced environment, while being part of a close knit team. Read more (posted 12/7)

Volunteer Program Manager, Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation   - Sarasota, FL (can be based out of Sarasota, Tampa Bay area, or Greater Orlando area) Excellent opportunity to become a member of the Florida Cancer Specialist (FCS) Foundation, a nonprofit organization. This position is a critical component of the FCS Foundation leadership team. The Volunteer Program Manager is responsible for recruitment, screening, training, scheduling, and recognizing Patient Support volunteers in over 20 FCS clinic locations. The position is also responsible for recruiting volunteers in the FCS Foundation office to provide administrative support for Client Services and the Volunteer Program, as well management of volunteers at special events and fundraisers. The Volunteer Program Manager reports directly to the FCS Foundation Executive Director. Read more(posted 12/8)

Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation, Sarasota, FL, is seeking a full-time Development & Event Manager who will manage project planning and logistics for the FCS Foundation special events and fundraising/development initiatives. With the ultimate goal of generating revenue to the FCS Foundation, the Development & Event Manager will be involved in all facets to execute state-wide events for the FCS Foundation. In addition, this position will manage the Foundation’s online donor tracking and event software to manage donor gifts and cultivate donors. The Development and Event Manager is also responsible for overseeing and executing online campaigns, applying for grants, increasing community awareness and communicating the Foundation’s needs to drive the short-term and long-term financial development goals. Read more and apply here(posted 12/8)

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast (JFCS) has an immediate opening for a Marketing Coordinator. The Marketing Coordinator provides project management, administrative support and assists with marketing operations as assigned by the Director of Marketing. This position works independently on special projects according to agreed timelines and special requests.  Qualifications: A minimum 2 years of marketing experience, BA/BS in Marketing, Graphic Design or related field. Experience in non-profit a plus. Social media management - Experience in implementing strong campaigns across platforms,  strong organizational, operational and project management skills with the ability to multi-task – can understand a concept, then do what is needed to properly execute that concept; excellent verbal and written communication skills; attention to detail and high level of customer service skill; experience managing outside agencies and vendors; strong follow-through ability, excellent writing abilities – (Newsletters, web content, press releases, etc.); well-spoken – needs to be a great ambassador for JFCS in the community; Media Relations skills.   Send resume to jobs@jfcs-cares.org (posted 12/8)

Financial Stability Program Specialist, United Way Suncoast Sarasota.  The Financial Stability Program Specialist position is a grant-funded position that will based in the United Way Suncoast Sarasota office.  The Program Specialist will assist with implementing the Financial Sustainability Initiative (FSI) in Sarasota County, with a focus on expanding FSI to south Sarasota County (Venice, North Port, Englewood). This will include recruiting and managing volunteer financial coaches, facilitating financial education workshops, and connecting low-to-moderate income residents to asset-building financial products and other resources. The Program Specialist will work with community social service agency partners to recruit program participants and match them to coaches and increase agency utilization of financial coaching software.  Read more. (posted 12/8)

The Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Inc. is accepting applications for the position of Senior Vice President, Community Investment.  This position is responsible for leading and managing the Community Investment functions which include assessing community needs and determining high impact CFSC initiatives for implementation.   The position also manages current CFSC initiatives (Season of Sharing, 2Gen, Campaign for Grade Level Reading and Student Emergency Fund) and insures impact is determined and program adjustments are made as needed.   The position also develops and manages an efficient process for distribution of field of interest funds, which includes evaluation of grant effectiveness and reporting; also included in the scope of this position are the nonprofit relationships to include The Giving Partner initiative as the primary “entry point” for a nonprofit into CFSC and Nonprofit Services to build capacity in nonprofits, primarily through a consultancy practice and trainings. The SVP, Community Investment reports directly to the President and CEO, and is a member of the Senior Management Team. The position works closely  with Donor Engagement to ensure donors are engaged and learning about nonprofit effectiveness and grant opportunities; and is also responsible for the communications and marketing strategy and execution to ensure the impact and results of CFSC’s initiatives are well known in the community.  Applications will be accepted through January 12, 2018.  All interested candidates must complete an application through the Community Foundation’s recruitment software and include a current resume and cover letter.  Please apply online at WWW.CFSarasota.org For additional information or questions, please contact: Amy Helms, Manager, Human Resources and Office Ahelms@cfsarasota.org (posted 12/9)

The New College of Florida Foundation is accepting applications for an Assistant Director of the Alumnae/i Association. This position organizes and coordinates alumnae/i programming, services and fundraising efforts designed to foster and strengthen the relationship between current and future alumnae/i.  Responsibilities include working with the AVP and other staff across departments as needed to develop, evaluate and steward programs and services, including the New College Alumnae/i Association's core programs, communications outreach, and philanthropy initiatives. The Assistant Director is responsible for the annual gift fundraising program (The New College Fund), in particular providing logistical and management support of the alumnae/i and parent phonathon, and student and young alumni philanthropy initiatives, implementing fundraising campaign initiatives consistent with the college's goals and objectives. S/he will also work in conjunction with the Center for Engagement and Opportunity on programming designed to engage students and alumnae/i in connecting the liberal arts with the world of work and support NCAA goals related to working with the Office of Admissions.  A bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years’ experience with alumni relations is required. Preference will be given to candidates with experience and demonstrated success in fundraising activities, superior organizational management, collaborative and inter-personal skills and a demonstrated ability to develop, direct and coordinate multiple programs and activities. For more information and to apply, visit www.ncf.edu/employment. New College is an EOE. (posted 12/9)