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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    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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Development Director. Forty Carrots Family Center seeks a detail oriented, highly motivated and organized individual with excellent people skills who will oversee the Development Department and support the Agency as a whole.  This full time position is a direct report to the Executive Director but works in tandem with Management Team. See here for more detail.   Please send resume to   For more information please visit our website, (listing extended to June 15)

Forty Carrots Family Center - Parenting Educator: The Parenting Program has opening for the Parenting Educator role. This position will be 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. Please email your resume to Christina Rodrigues, Parenting Program Director at (posted 4/19)

Community Engagement Manager:  The South Florida Museum in downtown Bradenton is seeking a Community Engagement Manager to be responsible for the overall success of the Museum’s Annual Fund and stewardship activities, and be involved in fundraising for capital projects. The Manager directs and administers all aspects of the Annual Fund. Other areas of responsibility include: cultivation and stewardship plans, donor communication, online giving, donor recognition, and reporting and evaluating program effectiveness. The manager will work closely with Museum Trustees, the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Community Engagement Officer and other staff to identify, cultivate and solicit major gift support. This position reports to the Chief Community Engagement Officer. A minimum of 3 years of relevant fundraising experience is required. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced environment; works well as part of a team; is able to set priorities, manage multiple priorities simultaneously and follow through to completion of tasks; maintain a high level of confidentiality; is proficient with Microsoft Office suite and has strong writing skills. Please send cover letter, salary requirements and resume to by 5 pm on May 24, 2017. (posted 4/26)

Communications Associate:  The South Florida Museum is hiring a Communications Associate to help support communications and fundraising. The Communications Associate will work closely with senior management and other staff to support communications and other aspects of marketing, public relations, resource development and fundraising. The ideal candidate will have at least 1-2 years of experience in marketing/communications or fundraising. Strong writing and interpersonal communication skills are paramount with the ability to work closely with multiple teammates. Experience with Constant Contact, InDesign and Adobe Photoshop are helpful. This is a full-time, non-exempt (40 hours per week) position within a lively work environment. Please send letter of interest, salary requirements and resume to by 5 pm on May 24, 2017. (posted 4/26)

Donor Information Coordinator - All Faiths Food Bank.  The Donor Information Coordinator, as a member of the development team, will ensure efficiency and timeliness in processing donor information and donations using best practice techniques to maintain optimal data integrity utilizing Donor Perfect.  This position plays a key role in maintaining data integrity and donor retention through timely donor acknowledgements while managing donor relations and donor information with the utmost sensitivity and confidentiality. Read more. Send Resumes to Denise Cotler, dcotler (posted 4/26)

Program Director for Building Strong Families program - Jewish Family & Children's Service of the Suncoast (JFCS) :  The BSF Program Director is responsible for and has commensurate authority to perform the duties and responsibilities listed below.  He/she is directly responsible to the Vice President of Programs. Responsibilities: Development of BSF programs; Case Management responsibilities (approximately a .5 case load); Networking, public relations and community outreach with community agencies and other significant stakeholders. Assist with related BSF grant writing. HMIS compliance Develop new funding sources for BSF programs. Supervision of staff. Assure staff productivity in line with Agency standards as negotiated with the Vice President of Programs. Read more.  (posted 4/26)

The Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research, located in Ybor City, Tampa, FL is seeking a Development Coordinator. This position will work with the Foundation Director in meeting the goals of the Lions Eye Institute Foundation in the areas of foundation donor cultivation, fulfillment and stewardship. Essential duties and responsibilities include maintaining the integrity of the foundation donor database (Raiser’s Edge). Creating sponsorship proposals and managing appropriate recognition benefits for all Foundation Donors. Write and fulfill contractual obligations of grants, including required reports. Build a volunteer base by developing and implementing meaningful volunteer opportunities for individuals and large groups. Serve as the liaison to the Foundation Board of Directors, taking minutes of meetings and coordinating committee meetings. Write, produce and process direct mail solicitation. Coordinate logistics for two annual fundraising events. Interested applicants should send their cover letter and resume to (posted 4/26)

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County is seeking a part-time Culinary & Hospitality instructor to teach middle and high school aged youth at the Tom & Debbie Shapiro Career Resource Center two evenings a week.  Classes are offered Monday – Thursday between the hours of 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM and will be highly interactive.  Responsibilities include: Develop hands-on lesson plans and instructional materials that meet programmatic and organizational goals; prepare fully for weekly classroom instruction and special events; enforce sanitation principles; provide effective classroom management and a positive learning environment for students; recognize individual differences in the classroom and adapts instructional techniques accordingly.  Requirements: Knowledge of front-of-the-house management, culinary arts, and sanitation principles; Must possess excellent leadership, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills; 2 years of relevant work experience in one or more of the following areas: high volume food service, fine dining, and hospitality; Teaching experience preferred. To learn more about the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County, please visit  Please submit resume to Suriya Khong at (posted 4/26)

Mental Health Therapist Professional:  The Child and Family Therapy Department of Forty Carrots Family Center is accepting resumes for a Mental Health Therapist.  The applicant must have a minimum of three years of experience in therapeutic settings and experience working with infant mental health, children, adolescents and families.  A current License in the State of Florida as a Clinical Psychologist, School Psychologist, Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Counselor, or Mental Health Counselor is a prerequisite.  We are seeking applicants with proven skill set including interpersonal, organizational, spoken, and written skills, and the ability to work with culturally diverse clients.  An ability to communicate in Spanish would be an asset.  Please email resumes to Carla Johanns at (posted 4/30)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County

Manatee Bus Driver:  Under the direct supervision of the Transportation Supervisor, the Bus Driver is responsible for the operation of vans and small and large buses, in transporting children from school to the Clubs, and driving on designated field trips.
DeSoto Data Specialist:  Under the direct supervision of the Club Director, the Data Specialist has the general responsibility of entering Membership information and keeping membership files up to date and organized.

DeSoto Club  Front Desk/Administrative Assistant: Under the direct supervision of the Club Director, the Front Desk/Administrative Assistant has the general responsibility of the front counter area
Manatee Program Specialist for Summer:  The Program Specialist plan, implements, supervises and evaluates activities provided within a specific program area, such as Sports & Fitness, Fine Arts, and/or Social Recreation.
Manatee Program Specialist for Fall:  The Program Specialist plan, implements, supervises and evaluates activities provided within a specific program area, such as Sports & Fitness, Fine Arts, and/or Social Recreation.

Palmetto Club Teen Director:  Responsible for managing the delivery the full delivery of a broad range of teen programs at a designated Club, including Education and Career Development, Character and Leadership Development, Health & Life Skills, Sports, Fitness and Recreation, and The Arts.  Plan, develop, oversee implementation, supervise and evaluate programs and program staff.  Responsible for recruiting and retaining teen members.  Collaborate with the Club Directors to provide program delivery, supervision and training of staff working directly with teens, community relations and membership administration.

For more information and to apply go to  (posted 5/2)

Family Resources, Inc. is seeking a full time Master Level Counselor for our Chosen Families Program located in Bradenton, FL. This position will work exclusively with adoptive parents and adoptive youth as part of a collaborative team effort with the Family Partnership with the goal of ensuring safe and healthy permanency within adoptive families. Master’s Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or related field supplemented by a minimum of two years post graduate experience in individual, family and group counseling is required. Additionally, State of Florida licensure or licensed eligible in Mental Health, Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy preferred (Licensed eligible defined as all supervision hours have been completed and application for exam has been submitted). We are seeking applicants with proven skill set including interpersonal, organizational, spoken, and written skills, and the ability to work with individuals from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. To apply visit or (posted 5/2)

Director, The Weekday School at the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, Sarasota.  Serving infants up to 5 years plus VPK, the school is Christian based and dedicated to the care, development and education of children.  The director manages all Weekday School operations in accordance with state licensing standards to provide an educational, caring, and safe environment for the children.  The director is responsible for recruiting, selecting, retaining, scheduling, and managing a quality staff of teachers.  The successful candidate must demonstrate the ability to engage and communicate with parents and their young children.  The director oversees the Weekday School budget and reports to the Church’s Pastor and leadership team.  Required qualifications: Florida’s Director Credential plus meet all state requirements for classroom teaching positions; Certifications in Child/Infant CPR and First Aid; Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Good computer skills; Physically able to interact with children on a day to day basis (stoop and bend, lift up to 30 pounds, etc.); Three years of administrative experience in programs for children, including program management, curriculum design and supervision of staff. Preferred:  Associates or Bachelor's degree in early childhood education, child development, child psychology, elementary education or related field.  To apply send resume and references to: (posted 5/4)

Selah Freedom Programming Coordinator:  The Programming Coordinator is to provide support to the executive team by being actively involved in all aspects of organization.   Assist executive team in preparing and submitting an annual operational budget, manage effectively within this budget, and report accurately on progress made and challenges encountered;  Support the grant and executive team in applying maintaining and grant reporting;  Support the Development team in administrative functions related to donor development, including generating acknowledgment letters, keeping track of donations, and assisting with annual mailings; Supporting day to day operations of Selah including but not limited to insurance, cars, staff incentives. Read more here.  (posted 5/4)

Selah Freedom Accountant/Controller:  The Accountant/Controller position works directly with Selah Freedom's financial arm for the purposes of accounting, some HR and application of tax rules and compliance. This position requires an understanding of reporting to government & non-governmental agencies. A very strong, full charge, Controller level skill set is necessary.  Read more here.  (posted 5/4)
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast, (JFCS) has an opening in the Operation Military Assistance Program (OMAP) for a Director. The ideal candidate will conduct community outreach, develop programs, assist with Veteran related grant writing, supervise and develop staff, develop new funding sources, and develop and analyze outcome measures. Responsibilities include utilization review and quantitative standards. Other responsibilities include assisting in the development of the department budget and assisting with special agency projects. A master’s degree in a human services related field is preferred, five years’ experience in direct practice; two year’s administrative and supervisory experience and computer proficiency are required. Experience with building community outreach and partnership development are also needed. Please send resume to (posted 5/4)

Everglades Foundation/Director of Development:   The DOD SW Florida candidate will be an individual with a rich development background, who has had progressive and successful development experience including annual and major gifts and who has a strong track record of successful management. 

The ideal candidate cares deeply about the development profession and has worked in organizations with a very sophisticated donor base. 

Read more here.  (posted 5/5)

SCOPE - Communications and Marketing Intern: Increase and enhance SCOPE’s communications and marketing by implementing recommendations from SCOPE’s Communication Assessment to develop clear messaging to stakeholders and other audiences outlining past, current, and future impacts. Objective of the Assignment:  Research SCOPE’s history and review the Communication Assessment so that initiatives can be clearly communicated to external audiences. Intern Activity:  Review organization’s history and work closely with the executive director and other staff to understand SCOPE’s past, current, and future initiatives. Review the Communication Assessment in detail. Draft a timeline to follow the plan.Intended Outcomes Post-Internship (Moving Forward): SCOPE will utilize clearly established materials and messaging developed in alignment with the Communication Assessment to explain SCOPE initiatives and impacts in order to increase and enhance overall marketing, communications, and resource development for the organization.  For more information and to apply, go to (posted 5/7)

Director of Development (Foundation) - State College of Florida Foundation, Inc. (Manatee-Sarasota) is seeking a qualified candidate for Director of Development (Foundation).  This position will work collaboratively with the Executive Director and the SCF Foundation Board of Directors to move SCFF’s mission forward.  They will strategically design, organize and implement short-and long-term fund development plans to increase revenues to support the strategic direction of the College.  To apply and learn more about this position click here. For more information and to apply, click here.  (posted 5/7)

Girls Inc. is seeking a part-time kitchen assistant for the summer. The Kitchen Assistant will work closely with the Girls Inc. Resident Chef for preparation of lunches and afternoon snack. Job responsibilities include stocking food and supplies, cooking, serving, cleaning and inventory.  In this position you will work with head chef to prepare daily lunch and afternoon snack, serve lunch, shop for supplies, help to take inventory of and stock food and supplies, and more. You must be able to lift 40 pounds, work collaboratively with a variety of people, work independently with children, have excellent communication skills and possess strong leadership skills that can energize work teams to respond to our business needs. Hours are M-F from 8:30-2:00 and includes a 30 minute break. Please email Jamie at for a full job description or to submit a resume and brief cover letter.

Charlotte Community Foundation - Director of Finance and Program Management: Full time position REQUIRES MIN 2 YRS ACCOUNTING / BOOKEEPING successful experience and background. Nonprofit background preferred. Responsible for accurate and timely accounting and financial reporting as well as establishing and maintaining a strong system of internal controls. Position also responsible for the administration and execution of various Community Grants, Higher Education Scholarships and timely Fund Distributions.  Candidate must be Highly Organized with advanced computer skills and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Proficiency with database management skills, computer based accounting systems and Microsoft Office. Bachelor’s Degree Required. Apply with resume, cover letter and references at: Please, NO PHONE CALLS. (Link to full Job Description) (posted 5/12)

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: Learn more about us at http://www.historicspanishpoint.orgjobs/.

Salvation Army - Program Aide:  Assists in facilitating, monitoring, and participating in the educational and recreational activities at the Center of Worship and Service; supervises use of computers; assists in maintaining the facility and equipment. Prepares and maintains program records; maintains cleanliness and orderliness of property. This is a typically a part-time position but it is full-time from June to August. All interested applicants can apply Equal Opportunity Employer (posted 5/15)

Prevention Educator – The Child Protection Center is seeking a motivated candidate for a Prevention Educator position.  The principal goal of the Prevention Educator is to broaden awareness of and increase knowledge regarding the prevention of child abuse within our community.  This objective is achieved by leading workshops for children, youth & adults, as well as facilitating functions at community events.  Ideal candidate will have excellent oral communication skills, be able to pass a Level II background screening, high level of comfort with public speaking, be willing to travel within Sarasota County and maintain a flexible schedule of availability.  Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelors’ Degree in Education (preferred), Human Services or related field.  Please email resume and letter of interest to Sheila Miller at (posted 5/16)

The Florida Center for Early Childhood:  Administrative Assistant - part-time (Sarasota location) Join our award winning team! We are seeking a part-time (20 hours per week) assistant to the Program Manager. Job duties include: filing, data entry, making travel arrangements, ordering supplies, taking minutes at meetings, and other typical office/clerical duties. Must have a high school diploma and at least one year of relevant experience. Requires good writing skills and proficiency with computers. Fax (941)378-4919 or email your resume to EOE/DFWP (posted 5/22)

Temple Beth Sholom, Sarasota,FL:  Programming & Communications Coordinator.  Salary $32,500.  The Programming & Communications Coordinator will be the central staff member coordinating arrangements and publicity for all synagogue programs. In addition, the coordinator will work on the general public relations for the congregation. The coordinator will work closely with staff members, synagogue officers, committee chairs, and volunteers.  For a full job description please go to the Temple Beth Sholom website at and under Employment Opportunity – click Program and Communications (posted 5/22)

Executive Director. Take Stock in Children of Manatee County, Inc. The Executive Director of Take Stock in Children of Manatee County, Inc. works in partnership with the Board of Directors and the staff to lead the organization in providing mentoring and postsecondary scholarships for low-income Manatee County students. The Executive Director manages the organization’s operations including fundraising; evaluates the program’s effectiveness and compliance with State mandates; represents TSIC in the community, serving as its lead advocate, communicator and fundraiser; has the responsibility to manage and direct TSIC staff resources; and implements policies approved by the board.  For a full position description and information for submitting a resume, please go to:  This position will be accepting resumes until June 16, 2017. (posted 5/22)

The Executive Director is the key management leader of Keep Manatee Beautiful. The Executive Director has primary responsibility to manage and supervise all KMB programs and events, as well as to supervise and direct one part-time staff, and to annually oversee the recruitment, training and safe deployment of approximately 10,000 citizen volunteers. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors (Board). Read more.  (posted 5/22)

School Outreach Advisor.  The Hershorin Schiff Community Day Schools was developed out of the strong desire for an inclusive, progressive, pluralistic Jewish day school that meets the needs of today’s young families. Community Day School, a well- established, cutting-edge academic institution in Sarasota, serves as the flagship Hershorin Schiff Community School.The School Outreach Advisor reports to the Head of School and is expected to develop, plan, and execute targeted school fundraising events to achieve organizational goals. The primary function of the School Outreach Advisor is to identify and cultivate parents and alumni to increase the donor base, and increase volunteerism with a mind towards increasing gifts. Read more.  (posted 5/22)

U.S. Masters Swimming is the premier resource for adult aquatic fitness in the United States and will make fitness through swimming available for as many adults as possible. Founded in 1970, USMS is a membership-operated national governing body that promotes health, wellness, fitness, and competition for adults through swimming. Located in Sarasota, FL.  (posted 5/22)

Coordinator, Volunteer Services:  SUMMARY:  The Coordinator, Volunteer Services provides positive front line customer service for USMS’s stakeholders to include members, volunteers, coaches and event directors.  This position will also provide support in planning and logistics for regular volunteer events to include the annual USMS Convention and will work directly with USMS Local Masters Swimming Committees to foster strong communication and sharing of best practices to support the needs of the membership.  The Coordinator, Volunteer Services will support the execution of Membership and Marketing initiatives to improve annual retention in support of annual goals and the USMS mission and vision.  For more details and to apply please follow this link:

Coordinator, Membership Services:  SUMMARY:  The Coordinator, Membership will be responsible for executing strategies and communication to provide positive front line customer service for USMS’s stakeholders to include members, volunteers, coaches and event directors.  This position will also support Membership and Marketing initiatives to grow USMS membership through participation in USMS programs and event and benefits delivered directly from the National Office. The Coordinator, Membership Services will provide insights and recommendations based on demographic, participation and other pertinent data available through USMS systems (registration, event registration, outside event registration partners, etc.) and will liaise with USMS insurance provider and USMS programs for all insurance related issues and documentation. For more details and to apply please follow this link:

The Executive Director of Take Stock in Children of Manatee County, Inc. works in partnership with the Board of Directors and the staff to lead the organization in providing mentoring and post­secondary scholarships for low-income Manatee County students. The Executive Director manages the organization’s operations including fundraising; evaluates the program’s effectiveness and compliance with State mandates; represents TSIC in the community, serving as its lead advocate, communicator and fundraiser; has the responsibility to manage and direct TSIC staff resources; and implements policies approved by the board. Read more.  Cover letters and resumes should be sent to (posted 5/25)

Community Foundation of Sarasota County - Administrative Assistant.  Provides administrative and clerical support to Corporate Counsel, as well as to other departments and individuals, particularly during peak business cycles. The Corporate Counsel directs day-to-day workflow, based on input from each functional area, and oversees the individual’s schedule and work output.  Read more.   Click here to apply online. (posted 5/25)