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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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Community Initiatives Manager- All Faiths Food Bank.  The Community Initiatives Manager is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of the Summer Hunger Program, Community Outreach Program and Wrap-around Services.  This includes coordination, grant management, program tracking and evaluation for all designated programs.  A primary function will be to ensure these programs are carried out in support of the mission at the highest standard for those children, families, volunteers, donors, and schools that are part of these programs.  This is a full-time position will start on June 4, 2018.  If you are interested in the position, please send cover letter, resume and three references to Colleen Reinert, , no phone calls please. Resumes accepted until May 10, 2018 or until the position is filled. Click here for full description.  (posted 4/24)

Eckerd College seeks a curious, independent prospect researcher to help proactively identify and qualify prospective donors'in particular, major gift ($25,000+) prospects' using creative research techniques and electronic searching methodologies. Strong research, writing, and synthesis skills are essential. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone looking to begin a career in higher ed fundraising and to make a meaningful difference for current and future students at Eckerd, a proud member of Colleges that Change Lives.  Enjoy a beautiful campus setting: walk along the beach during your lunch break! Full description and to apply, please visit: (posted 4/29)

Medical Coordinator  -   Part Time Position.  Prader-Willi Syndrome Association. This is an outstanding opportunity to become a part of the Family Support team at PWSA (USA), providing support and services to enhance the quality of life of those affected by Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS). PWS is a complex genetic disorder affecting appetite, growth, metabolism, cognitive function and behavior. The Family Support Team coordinate programs to help families with behavior management, nutrition education, crisis intervention, education, advocacy, guardianship, and medical intervention. The Medical Coordinator is responsible for providing written and verbal medical information to families and professionals.  Qualified candidates should possess the following skills: • Excellent phone triage, verbal, and written communication skills • Knowledge of PWS through the life-span and mental health conditions • The ability to work harmoniously with agency personnel, community stakeholders and other interested parties • Strong problem solving, organizational and time management skills with excellent attention to detail • The ability to work independently as this position may be remote • Public speaking/ability to deliver quality informational presentations • Ability to travel to, and represent PWSA (USA) at, a few conferences annually.  Qualified candidates must have a current Registered Nursing license, with a minimum of one-year post licensure experience preferred.  Experience in genetics or endocrinology preferred. Interested candidates can apply by mailing their resume to our national office: PWSA (USA) Attn: CEO, 8588 Potter Park Drive, Suite 500, Sarasota, FL 34238 (posted 4/29)

Executive Director, Non Profit in Bradenton, FL.  Salary: $60K - $75K  Executive Director for an established, large non-profit organization within Manatee County. The organization has a growing membership of diverse leaders with a mission surrounding literary and educational endeavors. The organizations vast member-volunteers collaborate closely with and support various local charities. The organization is governed by an elected Board of Directors. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is responsible for the organization's achievement of its mission and financial objectives, while overseeing the organization's fund raising endeavors, event planning, and supports its member organizations. Read more here. (posted 4/30)

Mental Health Community Centers, Inc
., is seeking a highly motivated, detail oriented Director of Development with excellent written and verbal communication skills.  In conjunction with the Leadership Team and Board of Directors, the candidate will lead strategic planning resource development and community engagement.  These efforts include, but are not limited to, foundation and grant support, major donor gifting, corporate sponsorship solicitation, event planning and social media marketing.  The successful candidate will have above average interpersonal skills and competencies in MS word, excel spreadsheets, publisher, and knowledge of donor base software.  Must be a strong team player.  Higher education and/or non-profit experience preferred.  This is a full-time position with benefits.  Please submit a cover letter, resume’ and references to  Detailed information may be found on (posted 5/7)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee - Program Specialist 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. ·  Create an environment that facilitates the achievement of Youth Development Outcomes.   Ensure engagement, promote and stimulate participation, and consistent attendance of youth enrolled in activities.  Establish rapport with youth and provide mentoring, guidance, role modeling to members and overall direction for their leadership development, artistic skills, physical activity engagement and academic progress.  Effectively implement and administer programs, services and activities.  Monitor and evaluate programs, services and activities to ensure safety of members, quality in programs and appearance of the club at all time.  Engaging members in activities successfully and provide a safe environment for members.  Support members emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts successfully.  Plan and facilitate purposeful and engaging activities and group projects. Submit regular lesson plans, attendance sheets and other administrative duties. Participate in training and staff development activities. Read more. To apply, please email 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. This position is part-time, based in Bradenton, Florida. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.   (posted 5/7)

Manatee County Habitat for Humanity is seeking a part-time marketing intern for 10-12 hours a week.  The position is paid and will provide exposure to many areas of Resource Development including fundraising campaigns and events, public relations, marketing and database management. The candidate should be enrolled in a course of study(or a recent graduate) in any of the following: Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Business Administration or any other related field.  Interested candidates should contact, AmyVandell, Resource Development Manager at (posted 5/8)

Sarasota Opera is seeking a Development Assistant who will play an important role by providing administrative support to the development office and participating in all fundraising activities including donor identification, cultivation and stewardship, direct mail appeals, and special events. This position is responsible for all administrative aspects of the development department, updating and overseeing the donor database, and assisting with the fulfillment of donor benefits. Full-time, required to attend events and be present after hours during the Opera Seasons. Competitive benefits and salary.  $30,000-$36,000 dependent on experience. EOE. To apply please send your resume, a cover letter explaining your interest, and the names and contact information for three references to  Applications accepted through June 20, 2018.  Position scheduled to begin as soon as mutually agreeable. (posted 5/10)

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.  Qualified candidate will possess superior written/verbal communication skills and be able to perform accurate data entry and utilize data management software (Salesforce); proficient computer operation skills and Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; and will be highly organized, self-directed, and a team player that will contribute to a positive organizational leadership culture.  Candidate bilingual in Spanish and knowledgeable of culture is desirable.  This full time position is currently open and requires ability to work for extended periods of time at a keyboard/phone/workstation and perform tasks in a busy office environment where noise level is moderate.  Council office hours are Tuesday-Friday from 7:30am-5:30pm (36 hours) and will require occasional evening or weekend hours, and less than 10-percent travel.  Minimum hire rate is $16 per hour with a generous talent package including benefits and time off.  Explore the council website to become knowledgeable about our inspiring mission and activities –  For immediate consideration, email your resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in this position to  EOE/Drug Free Workplace.  (posted 5/10)

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.  MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  DEVELOPMENT (DonorPerfect Software), o  Working under the direction of the Donor Information Manager, Accurate entry and timely processing of all donation data into Donor Perfect,  Process all in-house credit card and online donations, Process recurring monthly gifts, Receive and process telephone donations, Maintain and manage accurate donor files, Manage corporate matching gifts, Monthly reconciliation of donations with the Finance Department, Research missing information on donations as needed, Responds to donor inquiries (by email and phone) in a prompt and courteous manner, Assist with special events as needed, Assist with tribute cards, as needed, File donor records, Generate donor acknowledgment letters, as needed, Maintain bequest files, Assist with bank deposits as needed, Other responsibilities as assigned, SKILLS & PROFICIENCIES:  Proficient in data entry and management, Experience with donor information, Management systems, DonorPerfect preferred, Strong knowledge in excel and word, Ability to organize and prioritize different demands, Commitment to ensuring donor confidentiality, Ability to work independently as well as across teams, Excellent customer service skills.  Send resumes to (posted 5/18)

Southeastern Guide Dogs:  Volunteer Services Assistant.  Southeastern Guide Dogs seeks a highly organized, self-motivated Volunteer Services Assistant to help with the recruitment, education and support of our 300+ campus volunteers.Volunteers assist in various capacities across campus—including cleaning kennels, preparing diets, working hands-on with our dogs, leading tours, answering phones, driving shuttles, etc. The Volunteer Services Assistant will provide administrative support by processing volunteer applications, entering monthly hours, RSVP’ing volunteers for trainings, auditing volunteer records, assisting with volunteer surveys, creating volunteer badges and maintaining physical inventories. Typical job duties will also include answering general inquiries, performing regular campus rounds, and assisting volunteers with scheduling questions, shift changes, and day-to-day communications. The ideal candidate will have at least one year’s experience in office administration, preferably in a non-profit setting. Experience managing volunteers is preferred, but not required. Additional qualifications include meticulous attention to detail, the ability to successfully track and maintain multiple deadlines, web-based software proficiency, and excellent organizational, logistical, and interpersonal skills.  Read more and apply online here(posted 5/18)

Executive Director, A Life Story Foundation:  Establish a personal goal which is acceptable to the Board of Directors for each Calendar Year. Meet individually with each Board of Directors member to develop personal relationships and to determine how each Board of Directors member can, to the best of their respective abilities, be supportive of fundraising initiatives. Become knowledgeable about ALS and be familiar with all aspects of the mission, programs and activities of ALSF for fundraising purposes. Represents the organization in the community and advocates through participation in major voluntary and public community organizations. Represents A Life Story Foundation directly to city, county, state and federal public officials and regulatory bodies. Represents the organization to community funders. Read more (posted 5/24)
  Director of Donor Engagement - Community Foundation of Sarasota County:  The Director of Donor Engagement is responsible for developing and furthering relationships with the Community Foundation of Sarasota County through existing donors, prospective donors, financial advisors, and the community at large. The primary focus will be relationship building and solicitation necessary to reach the organization’s goals.  Essential Functions: Identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards a portfolio of prospects, donors, and financial advisors to ensure personalized outreach. Implements donor engagement sessions like Third Thursday, At Lunch With, and other opportunities to engage donors with philanthropy. Develops and manages process and outreaches to strengthen donor and prospect relationships. Includes assigning all donors and prospects to a CFSC staff person and tracking outreach. Regularly represents CFSC at scheduled on-site and off-site social events and other related events before and after regular business hours on the weekdays and weekends. Utilizes the FIMS database to track and record relationships, builds donor profiles, and/or researches donor interests and giving patterns. Makes presentations to prospective donors and financial advisors, as needed.  Works with existing donors to grow their fund and/or create a future fund. Assists with the creation of marketing materials that target new and existing donors. Assists with development of policies and guidelines relating to donors and fund development. Works collaboratively with other CFSC team members to provide optimal donor support.  Read more and apply here(posted 5/25)

Administrative Assistant Philanthropy - Children First:  This position provides support to the Vice President of Philanthropy and the entire Philanthropy team in assisting and coordinating logistical and donor related needs. Such support includes development and implementation of office procedures, providing broad logistical support for events and managing the day to day aspects of the Philanthropy Department. The Vice President of Philanthropy will give guidance, direction and provide supervision to this position.  Education and Equivalent Experience: Preference given to those with a minimum Bachelor’s degree;  At least five years of professional experience preferred; Experience in a non-profit organization is preferred.  Read more and apply here.  (posted 5/25)