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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 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 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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Temple Beth Shalom - 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 www.templebethsholomfl.org and under the HOME  tab select Employment Opportunity – Program. (posted 6/30)

Director of Institutional Giving - Florida Studio Theatre, a professional LORT D regional Theatre in Sarasota, FL is seeking a Director of Institutional Giving responsible for writing grant proposals to foundations and other grant-making entities seeking support for FST major theatre and education programs. Florida Studio Theatre is committed to developing a work environment that is reflective of the diverse community that it serves. Applicants from any and all diverse background are encouraged to apply. Reporting to Managing Director, the Director of Institutional Giving serves as key member of the fundraising leadership team. The Director researches and identifies new funding prospects; prepares and submits grant proposals and reports to funders; helps to establish and builds relationships with foundations and government funders and cultivates new sources of funding; and maintains a calendar of submissions and other deadlines. The position serves as the leading advocate in the business community, representing FST at key events and networking opportunities. RequirementsThree to five years’ experience in fundraising, grant writing, and prospect research, preferably with a cultural institution. -Experience identifying and researching corporate and foundation prospects. -Ability to compile, report, and analyze information succinctly. -Strong writing, communications, and interpersonal skills. -Demonstrated ability to work independently, prioritizing work and managing multiple, diverse, and competing priorities while meeting deadlines. Email cover letter, resume with references and salary requirement to: Doris Iemolo at diemolo@floridastudiotheatre.org. For information, please check out our website at www.floridastudiotheatre.org. Florida’s leading theatres, operates five stages: the 237 seat Gompertz Theatre, the 173 seat Keating Theatre, the 110 seat Court Theatre, the 109 seat Goldstein Theatre and the 100 seat Bowne Lab Theatre. (posted 6/30)

Vice President of Philanthropy: All-Star Children’s Foundation is seeking a passionate professional to develop and execute a comprehensive fundraising strategy that will support a Foster Children’s Trauma Center in Sarasota, Florida. Working with the Co-founders and the Executive Director, as a key member of the senior staff, the Vice President of Philanthropy will have a pivotal role in creating excitement for the vision, raising funds, and working to ensure continued support for the Center. Go to www.mbjgroup.com, Current Searches for a full job description. Send your resume, cover letter along with salary requirements to marybeth@mbjgroup.com by July 14, 2017. (posted 6/30)

Accounting and Administrative Manager - Circus Arts Conservatory, Sarasota. The Accounting and Administrative manager is responsible for ensuring that all financial transactions for Circus Arts Conservatory (CAC) are recorded properly in accordance with CAC accounting and business policies in a timely manner. In addition, the role requires that financial information be summarized and reported to management, the Treasurer and Board of Directors on a monthly basis. Reports to external organizations, including governmental agencies are also required to be prepared, as needed, for review by management and the Treasurer.  Read more here.   Send resume and cover letter to Bruce Mantia, bjmantia@gmail.com (posted 7/5)

Meals on Wheels Plus of Manatee - Development Coordinator. Serves as a key resource to the VP of Development and CEO, to achieve fundraising goals and strategic initiatives.  Read more here.   Candidates should contact Terri Hill at Meals on Wheels Plus of Manatee (thill@mealsonwheelsplus.org), 941-749-0100 ext. 1240. (posted 7/7)

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 SheilaM@cpcsarasota.org. (posted 7/7)

Our Mother’s House of Catholic Charities is looking for a Part-Time (25 hours per week) caseworker to work with single mothers and their preschool children who, were they not at the program, would be homeless.  The case worker completes required needs assessment and service planning with residents at Our Mother’s House to define their individual goals, and coordinates services to assist in achieving these goals. The case worker will monitor each client’s progress during their stay at the program.   Hours will be flexible, to meet the needs of the client population.  A Bachelors in Social Work or a Human Services field is required; an MSW is preferred.  The successful candidate must have three to five years experience and demonstrated ability in intensive case management in a social service setting.  Resumes may be sent to ourmothershouse@ccdis1.org. (posted 7/10)  

Manager of Donor Services and Database- Community Aids Network:   This is a newly created and visible role in our growing organization.  Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer, this person plays an important technical role in the Advancement Department's daily operations which includes an annual fund, donor and patient relations, special events, and more. The person will become our in-house expert of Donor Perfect.  S/He will be responsible to train other department employees on DP, will proactively identify new prospects and qualifying existing prospects while producing easy-to-read queries/reports and maintaining database integrity while coordinating efforts with the Finance & Accounting team. Superb verbal and written communication skills are paramount.  The successful candidate will be a strong communicator, have a demonstrated track record managing multiple priorities and projects, as well as a proactive attitude towards Community AIDS Network.  Read more.   (posted 7/16)

Girls Inc. - The Kids Café Program Manager is responsible for the management and oversight of all aspects of the organization’s food preparation, instruction, and nutrition programming.  Job responsibilities include overseeing and accounting for food acquisition, daily food planning and preparation, volunteer recruitment and training, budget development and management, and youth nutrition training programming.  In addition, the Program Manager works closely with the Girls Inc. Executive Director, marketing, programming, and development departments to coordinate strategy, programming, events and grant writing efforts.  This position reports directly to the Director of K-8th Grade Initiatives. For more information, please contact Jamie at jamie@girlsincsrq.org. (posted 7/18)

Community Foundation of Sarasota County - Manager, Human Resources provides a wide variety of human resources support to all levels of the organization, ensuring the comprehensive administration of human resources policy and procedures.  This includes recruitment, compensation & benefits, employee relations, employee development, recognition, payroll and basic knowledge of legal compliance.  This position provides leadership by advocating policy recommendations based upon research and best practices and acts as a partner to all of the foundation’s departments.  This position also serves as Office Manager, supervising the receptionist and providing leadership for the administrative professional team.  The Office Manager is also responsible for overseeing office supplies, the postage machine, copiers and related areas.  This position operates independently with limited supervision in a team environment, and across the organization at all levels.  Position consistently handles information of a highly-confidential nature. Read more.  (posted 7/21)

Saint Leo University is seeking a development officer.  The position is responsible for establishing and managing prospect and donor relationships with alumni, alumni family members, parents, friends and related organizations through cultivation, direct communication, and solicitation to meet fundraising goals in furtherance of the mission and goals of the university.  Extensive regional and national travel required. Read more.  (posted 7/21)

Tampa YMCA - Great opportunity with the Tampa YMCA to join this dynamic, $34.4 million charity. We are seeking a proven, self-motivated, cause-driven professional to join our development team. Under the direction of the Director of Annual Giving (in consultation with the Chief Development Officer, currently vacant), and in partnership with Center Executive Directors, the District Development Director provides leadership and facilitates the processes for the annual fundraising program at assigned centers. The Director will guide assigned centers in developing and implementing an annual fundraising plan to secure funding to meet annual goals. The Director plans, organizes and facilitates events to support fund development awareness. Prospect research, cultivation, stewardship, campaign metrics, securing of gifts, timely thank you plans, and yearly growth will be expected to meet the goals of the center and programming. For full posting details and to apply, click here.   (posted 7/21)

Children First.  The Database Administrator and Development Associate updates and maintains the Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge donor database system. He/she assists the Development Department in fundraising, special events coordination, public relations, and provides administrative support. He/she will also promote the community image of Children First. Work is reviewed through regular coaching and feedback and annual evaluations with supervisor. Read more. (posted 7/21)

Mid-Level Graphic Designer & Multimedia Professional, Habitat for Humanity Sarasota, Inc. Habitat for Humanity Sarasota (HFHS), a progressive affiliate positioned for growth, seeks a talented and enthusiastic individual who is passionate about helping others while making a difference in our community. HFHS is a growing affiliate that offers a collaborative and respectful work environment. Our mission is to partner with God and community to provide decent, affordable housing for people in need so they may build better lives for their families. Read more.  (posted 7/21)

Alzheimer’s Association – Florida Gulf Coast Chapter - Constituent Events Manager is a full-time position responsible for coordinating the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, the signature event of the Alzheimer’s Association, in 2 locations; Tampa and Clearwater, recruiting, motivating and assisting team captains and their team members to reach their team and individual goals tracking and reaching overall sponsor, team, and participation goals, working in collaboration with the Director of Corporate Initiatives to serve as a liaison to businesses, organizations, and/or individuals who sponsor the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, recruiting, training and managing volunteers to support all aspects of assigned fundraising events, scheduling planning meetings including preparing agendas, meeting minutes and holding volunteers accountable of all assigned fundraising events, representing the Chapter through public speaking, media interviews and community involvement as requested, and monitoring goals and budget for each event. The successful candidate will be proficient in MS office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook etc.) and we prefer a candidate who is knowledgeable in Convio (donor database) and Adobe Creative Suite Programs (including InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator).  Application process: Send resume and cover letter to Robyn Liska, Vice President of Development, 14010 Roosevelt Blvd, Suite 709, Clearwater, FL  33762 or email resume@alzflgulf.org. No phone calls will be accepted.  Click here for a full job description (posted 7/27)

Early Childhood Court Therapist (FT) – The Florida Center for Early Childhood is seeking Two (2) Full Time Therapists who will be a part of the Early Childhood Court initiative in Manatee County.  Positions will be primarily field based providing infant mental health services to families who have lost custody of their infant/toddler (birth through three years old). Healthy attachment and early brain development, from birth to age three, is crucial to a child's future social-emotional health, school-readiness, and life-long well-being. Infants and toddlers in the child welfare system are at extraordinarily high risk for developmental delays, non-optimal attachment relationships, trauma, and toxic stress that can affect their adjustment and well-being for years to come -- often, tragically, for a lifetime. ECC allows courts to take what is currently known about the appropriate services and practices for early brain development and make them available to the most vulnerable children. 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.  Candidate must possess a Master’s Degree and a Florida license in social work, marriage and family therapy, or mental health counseling.  Experience working with the early childhood population is preferred but not required. Candidate must have a flexible schedule to accommodate families’ needs.  Fax resume (941)378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org EOE/DFWP (posted 7/27)

Mental Health Therapist (FT) – The Florida Center for Early Childhood is Seeking a Full Time Position Based at Gocio Elementary School-Position will be housed at a Gocio Elementary School. This position will provide support to children, families, and staff.  Candidate must be confident working independently within the education system. Position will provide therapeutic services to children and families at school and/or home or office if better suited for the family.  Strong foundation in providing trauma informed care is required.  Candidate must possess a Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, counseling or related field.  Licensed therapist is preferred; registered intern will be considered.  Experience working with the early childhood population is preferred but not required. Candidate must have a flexible schedule to accommodate families’ needs.  Fax resume (941)378-4919 or HR@thefloridacenter.org EOE/DFWP (posted 7/27)