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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.  These nonprofit job postings are free of charge.    The AFP Southwest Florida Chapter assumes no responsibility for accurate or timely postings. 

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Sr. Major Gift Officer Sun City Center, FL.  As a compassionate non-profit organization since 1983, Chapters Health System is committed to enhancing the lives of those affected by advancing age or illness. Through our comprehensive system of healthcare choices, we deliver expert care and heartfelt support to guide the community during the aging and end-of-life journey. From hospice and palliative care for adults and children suffering with life-limiting illnesses to in-home and community-based services for frail but independent seniors, Chapters Health offers a wide range of support services along life's ever-changing landscape.  Role:  The Senior Major Gifts Officer cultivates, solicits, stewards and closes gifts from existing donors and prospects.  Responsible for generating $1 million or more in gifts annually. Qualifications: Undergraduate degree, relevant Masters preferred; Five years experience major gifts, or senior level development; healthcare philanthropy preferred; Please see the rest of this job description and apply using the following link to our website: https://chaptershealth.applicantpro.com/jobs/414599.html  (posted 6/22)

President, Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation:  The Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation, Inc. (the Foundation) is an independent not-for-profit Type II Foundation. Since 1976, the Foundation has had one purpose - to philanthropically enhance and support quality healthcare for the residents in the Sarasota area. The Foundation seeks a strategic and collaborative fundraising leader to serve as the President.The successful candidate will bring a solid track record of increasing philanthropic revenue from diverse constituencies (including grateful patients) and significant experience in the successful identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gifts. Ideally, the successful candidate’s fundraising experience would be within a complex healthcare institution, academic medical center, hospital, or research-intensive institution of higher education.  The President will bring an entrepreneurial and creative approach to fundraising and the demonstrated ability to engage participation from all donor levels and create an atmosphere charged with enthusiasm, energy, and action.  The Healthcare Foundation has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to assist on this executive recruitment. Please send all confidential inquiries, applications, and nominations directly to FPS via e-mail at SMHF@glfreeman.com.   http://www.smhf.org   (posted 6/23)

Bok Tower Gardens, a National Historic Landmark in Lake Wales, Fl, seeks an experienced Director of Development to oversee existing programs of membership, grants, corporate sponsorships, donor cultivation, stewardship, events and recognition. The position will work with a Development Committee, Board of Directors and President/CEO to develop, implement, manage and evaluate a strategic plan to set and achieve major gift, capital, endowment, annual giving and planned giving goals. This position supervises a support staff and volunteer team. Candidates must have: strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal); with a proven track record (5-10 years) in researching, cultivating, soliciting and closing major gift prospects in the $10,000+ range; demonstrate success in a variety of fundraising venues; and be able to manage multiple tasks , mentor staff (direct report and others), problem solve, analyze data, and manage a budget. An understanding of fundraising trends with a proclivity to technology is a must.  Must have a Bachelor’s Degree with CFRE certification; an advanced degree is a plus. Working knowledge of Altru software a plus. Knowledge and appreciation of gardens, music, and nature desired.  Competitive compensation and benefits package.  Contact: Rose Young    863-676-1408    ryoung@boktower.org For more information visit:  www.boktowergardens.org (posted 6/23)

The Center of Anna Maria Island - Director of First Impressions:  Become the focal point to meet, greet and make friends with our community centers patrons and visitors.  Are you somebody that is engaged in community living and wants to help everybody that wants to be a part of this great community? Are you up for a job that will give you new challenges and people experiences every single day? We are looking for someone who has an outgoing personality, loves people, and has good organizational skills to coordinate and fulfill the front desk tasks as well as the many volunteers working in our programs, events and activities. This position allows you to manage our ‘Volunteer Program’ which we want to expand in order to meet the needs of our community. This is a full-time position, with good benefits including medical, life, vacation, as well as access to all our Center’s programs and state of the art fitness center. The environment is one of a true TEAM SPIRIT and is fast paced. The ideal candidate will be flexible and willing to go the extra mile to capitalize on the strengths and expertise of the AMI community!  Send resumes to Kristen Lessig kristenl@centerami.org (posted 6/28)

Meals on Wheels Plus of Manatee: Vice President for Development; responsible for all programs to identify, secure, and cultivate donors that result in ongoing financial resources and increased endowment fund for Meals on Wheels Plus (MOWP).  The successful candidate will have 7 to 10 years of experience in nonprofit donor development, fundraising, and marketing; experience working with nonprofit boards; successful history of organizing and managing a development department, completing a major gifts/capital campaign; and experience with increasing an endowment fund.  Bachelor’s Degree in appropriate field is required, a Master’s degree preferred.  CFRE certification is strongly preferred. Established relationships and knowledge of the Manatee/SW Florida area - a plus; experience with Raiser’s Edge required. The VP works closely with the 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 CEO.  HOW TO APPLY:  Please send your resume and cover letter with salary requirement to Steven Klindt at sklindt@mealsonwheelsplus.org For more information please visit www. MealsOnWheelsPlus.org (posted 6/27)

Parenting Educator:  The Parenting Program at Forty Carrots Family Center is accepting resumes for a part-time Bi-lingual Parenting Educator. This position is responsible for developing trusting, nurturing and supportive relationships with families, providing the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life.  This individual must demonstrate the ability to work with parents and their young children in group and individualized settings, and must show the ability to engage families through a strength-based approach. Candidate must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Counseling, Early Childhood Education, Social Work or related field and a minimum of 3 years of experience working with children and families. Candidate must speak Spanish.  Please email your resume to Christina Rodrigues, Parenting Program Director at christina.rodrigues@fortycarrots.com (posted 7/1)

Accounting Assistant: Immediate need of an Part-Time Accounting Assistant at The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County(BGCMC) at our Administration Office located at 1215 Manatee Avenue West, 2nd Floor, Bradenton, FL 34205. QUALIFICATIONS: The Accounting Assistant supports the Finance Director with a wide variety of accounting documents such as invoices, billings, cash receipts, reconciliation, processing and data entry, payroll, and other accounting functions as assigned in order to produce timely and accurate financial statements for all related entities. The primary responsibilities include and not all-inclusive collects information and prepares drafts of reports for various grants, enters invoices into Quickbooks and prepares checks for signatures, matches up receipts to credit card statements and researches discrepancies, prepares accounts receivable billing and provides follow up, provides support on preparation of audit work papers, assists with preparations for Investment, Finance and Board Meetings, attends meetings as requested to take notes, filing, copying, faxing, scanning and other office assistance, experience with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook; Quickbooks, and Office equipment. Processes Payroll, Handles all PTO (paid time off) and PTO requests for discrepancies.  Prepares all ACA information.  REQUIREMENTS are and not all inclusive, part time, prefer someone with an Associate Degree in accounting or equivalent, but must have at least a high school diploma, valid driver’s license, must pass pre-employment background check and drug test, ability to meet ongoing and reoccurring deadlines, strong organization, time management skills, and ability to set priorities, obtain strong work ethic, positive attitude, high level of energy and flexibility, strong communication, interpersonal skills, attention to detail. TO APPLY  email hr@bgcmanatee.org with a resume. Also, indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line. Principal applicants only, no recruiters; no phone calls or walk-ins accepted. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (posted 7/7)

Gulf Coast Community Foundation - Philanthropic Advisor. The Philanthropic Advisor is responsible for furthering Gulf Coast’s strategy of maximizing the philanthropic potential of each donor by engaging them in our work and community.  Specifically, the Philanthropic Advisor will identify and cultivate connections with new donors, steward relationships with existing donors, and building strong partnerships with legal and financial advisors.  Duties include but are not limited to the following: identify, cultivate, and maintain positive relationships with a portfolio of donors and potential donors; build and maintain relationships with estate and financial planning professionals; assist in planning intermediary, donor recognition, and donor cultivation events; coordinate suggestions for planned giving vehicles with prospects and their advisors in order to meet their estate, financial, and charitable planning goals; execute presentation meetings at professional advisory firms; maintain a high level of expertise regarding state and federal taxes, gift and estate giving methods, and the legal aspects of charitable giving; and represent Gulf Coast at functions in the evenings and on weekends as appropriate.  Qualifications: commitment to Gulf Coast’s values of service, integrity, and stewardship; accurate, intelligent, strategic-thinker; self-motivated and able to make solid and well-thought-out business decisions; ability to understand and communicate the broad goals of Gulf Coast while remaining focused on the detail-oriented work and follow-through; demonstrated experience working in a fast-paced environment; ability to work well independently and within a multi-disciplinary team environment and manage multiple projects and priorities; commitment to the highest standards of service to internal and external customers; ability to recognize confidential information and to handle appropriately; a bachelor’s degree and three to five-years’ experience in planned giving in a major institution where responsibilities included cultivating, soliciting, and closing planned and/or major gifts; demonstrated ability to develop and maintain relationships with a wide variety of donors, community leaders, and professional advisors; demonstrated expertise and ability to communicate financial aspects, implications, and benefits of a variety of gift instruments; expert in the use of software programs, e.g. word processing, spreadsheet applications, presentation software, and database applications.  Please click here for full job description.  Résumés accepted via email only to jointheteam@gulfcoastcf.org. (posted 7/7)

Part-Time Family Support Counselor:  The national Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA) seeks a part-time (20 hours per week) Family Support Counselor (FSC) based in Sarasota, FL.  The FSC provides telephone and e-mail counseling and support to people affected by Prader-Willi syndrome across the nation.  Strong counseling and organizational skills are essential for this position.   A master’s degree in a related field is preferred (a B.A. will be considered) and experience in Special Education and/or working with people or families living with developmental disabilities is required.  Salary based on experience.  Send cover letter and resume to Evan Farrar at efarrar@pwsausa.org (posted 7/7)

Seeking a motivated and experienced Administrative Assistant to join the staff of Gulfcoast South Area Health Education Center (GSAHEC), a nonprofit organization located in Sarasota. The Program Assistant (PA) will provide quality operational and administrative support to a dynamic team of health educators. Essential roles include: general office duties (i.e. reception, correspondence, equipment and facility oversight, mailings and purchasing of supplies and materials), data entry, report preparation, assist with health education programs, coordinate occasional travel arrangements, and help with special meeting and event preparation (e.g. ordering, set up). Qualifications: This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree and/or 3-5 years of experience as an office manager, administrative assistant or program coordinator. The Program Assistant must be proficient in computer applications such as Microsoft Office Professional (Excel, Microsoft Word, Access, Outlook, etc.) and demonstrate excellent organizational and communication skills with the ability to multi-task. Knowledge and/or experience of health field and multicultural settings is helpful. Background check and drug screen required as well as reliable transportation and a valid Florida’s driver license. Compensation commensurate with experience, education and abilities. Excellent benefits package. Send resumes to darlenesparks@health.usf.edu (posted 7/7)

All Faiths Food Bank:  The Board Liaison & Manager of Administration provides high level, executive administrative support and assistance to the CEO, the CAO, the Board of Directors, and various Board Committees. As Board Liaison, this position, in collaboration with the CEO, oversees all board and committee operations and administration ensuring high quality board governance. In addition, this position is responsible for the professional office operation of AFFB working closely with the Chief Administrative Officer in the support of human resources, finance and administration functions. Read more. (posted 7/7)

Marco Island Academy Director of Development: To secure funds for the organization by fulfilling the interests and passions of donors by providing them with giving opportunities, encouraging them to give, and proactively letting them know their gift is making a difference. To actively cultivate new donors, while retaining existing donors for the organization. To continually increase all donor giving and involvement in the school. Read more.  (posted 7/7)

Sarasota Crew Director of Development:  Since launching in 2002, Sarasota Crew has grown to be one of the largest and most successful youth rowing organizations in the country. Located on Little Sarasota Bay in Osprey, FL, the year-round program also offers community rowing for adults. The director of development will work closely with the board of directors, capital campaign committee and executive director/head coach to develop and implement strategies and provide administrative support for a capital campaign. Development responsibilities include cultivation of major gifts, corporate giving and sponsorships, foundation gifts, government grants, annual giving and gifts-in-kind. He/she will be skilled in cultivation, development and stewardship. The successful candidate will be confidant, an effective communicator, self-directed, and passionate about Sarasota Crew’s mission to empower lives-one rower at a time. This position requires a four-year college degree plus a track record of success in fundraising for capital projects, financial tracking and reporting, computer proficiency including expertise in Word, Excel and a donor database. Preference may be given to candidates with experience in athletic competition at the collegiate level. Send résumé, cover letter and salary requirements via email only to jobsearch@sarasotacrew.org. (posted 7/13)

Senior Development Officer, FSU/Ringling Cultural Center, Florida State University Foundation, Sarasota, FL.  The Senior Development Officer will strategically execute a personal and corporate solicitation program resulting in philanthropic support by maximizing the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects for gifts at the $100,000 and up level.  This individual will secure, on an annual basis, private support at the annual and major gift level and will be responsible for identification of potential individual, foundation and corporate prospects.  The Senior Development Officer will be expected to uphold and exemplify the operating practices and mission of the Foundation. Read more.  (posted 7/13)

Regional Vice Chancellor, Advancement: The University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee is seeking a Regional Vice Chancellor for Development to lead and manage all aspects of a comprehensive development program for the USFSM campus collaboratively with the USF Foundation. This role serves as an executive team member, reports to the Regional Chancellor, and has a dotted line reporting relationship with the VP of Advancement of the USF Foundation.  The RVC provides strategic leadership and operational management for fundraising, donor development, stewardship, alumni relations, foundation and corporate philanthropic relations for the Sarasota-Manatee campus and serves as the lead fundraiser for major gifts over $50,000. The RVC also maintains a portfolio of over 60 major gifts prospects for planned, outright and annual giving at any given time. Additionally, this position leads a staff of 6 full and part time staff in the areas of fundraising, alumni relations, and campus events and directs fundraising efforts of community volunteers on the Community Leadership Council and the local Unstoppable Campaign Committee. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree with 10 years of progress in development and leadership positions in the area of development.  Minimum 4 years of development/fundraising management. Documented record of successful development initiatives, including fundraising, alumni relations, and events management. Top apply, please visit the USF Careers website at www.usf.edu/employment.  Search Job ID: 10758. (posted 7/15)

Family Partnership Center - Marketing & Development Manager. The Marketing and Development Manager will play a key role in the agency’s growth by researching, developing and implementing marketing and fund development strategies and plans. She or he will assist the Executive Director with creating stronger systems for the development and maintenance of donor relationships, grant-writing, marketing and communications to strengthen the Center resources and awareness resulting in program expansion.  Read more.  (posted 7/15)

Take Stock in Children of Manatee County.  The Event Coordinator will play a key role in the organization’s growth by organizing and managing the 6 TSIC Manatee Events throughout the year.  Mentor Appreciation Luncheon, Alumni Home for the Holidays, TSIC Graduation, Leadership Prayer Breakfast, TSIC 10k/5k/Fun Run, and TSIC Tennis Festival. Read more. Applicants should send resume to dianadill@takestockmanatee.org (posted 7/20)

Preeclampsia Foundation - Director of Philanthropy.  The Preeclampsia Foundation is seeking a national Director of Philanthropy to lead and significantly grow the organization's private philanthropy. The Director of Philanthropy will be a leader who will guide and build philanthropic support for immediate (2-4 year) growth and long-term sustainability by creating a strong relationship management process that engages the Board and executive team in cultivating significant partnerships. S/he will plan, manage and coordinate all fundraising activities, including setting goals, cultivating and soliciting major individual prospects, foundations and corporations, as well as stewarding donors, managing appeals and other development-related activities. Additionally, s/he is responsible for implementing a new planned giving campaign to increase Preeclampsia Foundation’s visibility and future sustainability. S/he will also grow the donor base, identify new prospects, and showcase the impact of a donor’s investment. While the Foundation’s revenue streams include individual and corporate giving, grants, fee-based and investment income, and special events, this person will focus primarily on increasing individual and corporate giving. This position will report to the Executive Director and will be based in Central Florida with frequent visits to the Foundation’s headquarters in Melbourne, FL. Read more. Resumes/inquires may be directed to hr@preeclampsia.org (posted 7/21)

Family Support Worker, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: Sarasota location. 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 or apply at 4620 17th St, Sarasota EOE/DFWP (posted 7/21)

Substitute Teachers, The Florida Center for Early Childhood: Sarasota/North Port locations experience in early childhood education, especially working with children with special needs, challenging behaviors and ability to work a flexible schedule. $10 an hour; Fax resume 941-378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org or apply at 4620 17th St, Sarasota/6929 Outreach Way, North Port EOE/DFWP (posted 7/21)

The Education Foundation of Sarasota County seeks an Office Manager & Development Assistant who is passionate about education and supporting its students and teachers.  The Office Manager & Development Assistant works with the Executive Director and staff to manage smooth and seamless office and philanthropic operations.  The Office Manager & Development Assistant primarily works as part of a team, with guidance by the Executive Director, yet must be able to work independently with a positive professional attitude and mindset.  This is a 30-hour/week position with no benefits but has opportunity for career growth.  For a full description, click here.  Please submit all inquiries to jvigne@edfoundation.net. No phone calls please. (posted 7/22)