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Date Entry and Gift Processing Coordinator - Ronald McDonald House Charities

Membership & Development Coordinator - MOSH

Development/Marketing Coordinator - Brain Tumor Network

donor Coordinator - The Guardian Catholic Schools

executive director - florida trail association

Development assistant - ability housing

vice president & Chief Advancement Officer - Jacksonville Symphony

Grant writer - catholic charities bureau

Director of marketing - florida state college at Jacksonville

Chief Financial Officer - EPISCOPAL Childrens Services

Community outreach coordinator - pine castle

Chief Programs Officer - Pine Castle 

Assistant Vice President of Development - Museum of Science & History

Data Entry and Gift Processing Coordinator - Ronald McDonald House Charities

POSTED 3/11/2020

Role and Responsibilities

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville has implemented a Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT CRM and seeks a part-time Data Entry and Gifts Processing Coordinator to assist with post-conversion and ongoing data cleaning, data entry, and gift processing. Key responsibilities include timely processing and acknowledgement of gifts, including gift entry, donor information updates, data imports, data organization, data upkeep and all data reporting. This position will report to the Development Manager.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Data Entry and Gift Processing Coordinator include all or some of the following:

  • Coordinate the processing of incoming gifts according to established protocols.
  • Work with the finance team to reconcile gift entry, prepare, revise and distribute daily income, deposit, and credit card reports.
  • Accurately enter gifts detail in Raiser’s Edge, add new donor records and update existing records as needed, de-duplicate constituent and relationship records, enter gift batches, print daily contributions and gift validation reports, submit batches and reports for proofing and make corrections before letters are posted.
  • Download online donations and accurately import gift detail into Raiser’s Edge.
  • Produce donor acknowledgement letters and receipts for gifts using Raiser’s Edge mail function as required.
  • Work with fundraisers, programs and finance teams as necessary to clarify donor intention and any other questions related to contributions.
  • Maintain physical files, including proper documentation. Attach media files when necessary to constituent records.
  • Maintain gift processing procedures manual.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in working with OneCause/BidPal.
  • Be sufficiently knowledgeable about the database to be the principal backup for the Development Manager.
  • Support the Development Manager on producing donor, gift, and income reports, lists, merge files, and labels as required by fundraising/marketing team and other key constituents.

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Be a data driven individual who is highly meticulous, has excellent attention to detail, and experience in gift processing.
  • Be comfortable with an “all hands on deck” environment, and you’re able to operate and collaborate across multiple teams and thrive in a fast-paced culture. You are resourceful, with ability to solve problems creatively and adapt to needs and conditions easily.
  • Be organized, manage your time, think critically, and demonstrate detail to ensure data integrity and quality.
  • Believe in the RMHC mission.
  • Have a bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of Raiser’s Edge experience.

 


To apply please email your cover letter and resume to charrison@rmhcjax.org

Membership & Development Coordinator - MOSH

POSTED 3/11/2020

Role and Responsibilities

As the Membership & Development Coordinator, this position is responsible for increasing the number of people who support the Museum of Science and History (MOSH) as members, at all levels. This position will also support the development department with database maintenance, donor tracking and administrative support.

The Membership & Development Coordinator will work closely with the Development Department and the Guest Relations Department, as well as the Museum's Communications Manager. As the Membership& Development Coordinator, this position is responsible for increasing the number of people who support the Museum as members, at all levels. This position will also support the development department with database maintenance, donor tracking and administrative support.

The Membership & Development Coordinator will work closely with the Development Department and the Guest Relations Department, as well as the Museum's Communications Manager.
 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Membership & Development Coordinator include all or some of the following:

  • Sets the annual benchmark goals for the budget and for the membership strategy.
  • Manage the annual Membership budget, including revenue goal setting and quarterly review of both income and expenses.
  • Coordinate membership initiatives with all departments.
  • Establishes the overall strategy and the annual calendar of membership events and programs.
  • Establishes the strategy and timeline for all membership mailings and email communications including acquisitions, renewals, upgrades, invitations, general communications and annual fund appeals.
  • Responsible for up-to-date maintenance of Museum's database (Altru) including input of records, processing gifts, list pulls, tracking donor interactions, creating reports and helping train staff (working closely with Guest Relations& Capital Campaign Manager).
  • Assist Vice President of Development, Capital Campaign Manager and Grants Writer with administrative duties such as thank you letters, interaction tracking, donor research and reporting. 
  • Responsible for creating and implementing an internal direct mail and online package appeal for membership acquisition and upgrades.
  • Administer systems for maintaining and building the individual membership programs, including membership levels, acquisition, renewal, and upgrade.
  • Draft all membership materials for approval, including thank you letters, renewals, web content, emails, appeals and special marketing materials as needed.
  • Responsible for coordination with Communications Manager regarding Museum's internet publications, membership materials for events and any other marketing needs.
  • Coordinate the Museum's efforts to promote and increase membership on site at the Museum, as well as through community outreach and special events.
  • Works as a team member on a wide range of fundraising and engagement strategies for members and donors and volunteers.
  • Administrative and research support for development staff
  • Tracking, drafting and mailing out of acknowledgement communications
  • Work with Development Vice President and Capital Campaign manager on annual giving campaign.
  • Input constituent and donor data into Altru
  • Process gifts in Altru and draft of all acknowledgement communications.
  • Create and maintain giving, tracking and acknowledgement reports for the development department.
  • General Development Department support including execution of Development events.
  • Develop Donor relations by phone and email.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Proven membership development/fundraising track record in the non-profit field
  • Direct experience in building and maintaining a membership program preferred
  • Proficiency in Altru or similar database management system preferred
  • Proven ability to work on a variety of projects simultaneously, strong project management skills, and an attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated literacy in MS Word, Excel & Outlook.
  • Strong writing, editing and communications skills.
  • Vision, creativity, combined with strong project management, organizational and communication skills are important in this position.

 

To apply interested applicants should fill out the Museum’s Pre-Employment Application. Application materials and the link to the Pre-Employment Application can all be found at https://themosh.org/about/careers/

Development/Marketing Coordinator - Brain Tumor Network

Posted 3/6/2020

Role and Responsibilities
The Development/Marketing Coordinator for the Brain Tumor Network works closely with the Executive Director, the Development and Marketing Coordinator and is responsible for overseeing activities that promote Brain Tumor Network on a national level, including support services for a comprehensive fundraising and marketing program.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Development/Marketing Coordinator include all or some of the following:

  • Assists with the development and execution of organization’s development strategies
  • Coordinates and helps execute the annual calendar of development activities
  • Creates and implements annual giving program including peer to peer giving program
  • Conducts prospect research and manages prospect lists in donor database
  • Oversee the utilization of donor database to include gift entry and processing, timely gift acknowledgement, and maintaining donor records
  • Tracks all campaign gifts and pledges; prepares pledge agreements and pledge reminders; follows up on outstanding pledge commitments
  • Creates and produces donor and gift reports for Executive Director and Board of Directors
  • Assists with the development and execution of organization’s marketing strategies
  • Assists with the creation of collateral marketing materials including brochures, website redesign, and Powerpoint presentations
  • Develops content for social media including Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram
  • Creates and implements social media presence calendar
  • Produces and sends bimonthly newsletters for both patients/caregivers and potential donors
  • Assists with the development of a calendar of conferences to attend based on market strategy and the development of marketing materials needed for the conferences

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years prior work experience; previous fundraising/marketing experience or non-profit experience preferred.
  • Must share a passion for Brain Tumor Network’s value and mission
  • Self-starter with proven motivational and staff leadership abilities; “can do” attitude with strong sense of accountability
  • Strong written and oral communication skills

Organization:
Brain Tumor Network is committed to providing unique personalized navigational services to adult patients in the USA who have been diagnosed with a primary brain tumor and to oncology professionals providing care to those patients.  Navigation services are provided by credentialed nurses and social workers - all without cost to patients, caregivers or medical professionals – so that patients can make better informed decisions about their treatment programs.  For additional information see: www.braintumornetwork.org.

To apply, please submit applications to: knaines@braintumornetwork.org

Donor Coordinator - The Guardian Catholic Schools

Posted 3/6/2020

Role and Responsibilities
The Donor Coordinator of The Guardian Catholic Schools and the Office of Advancement Faithful Protectors of Children's potential. The position of Donor Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director of Advancement and provide administrative support for the Office of Advancement. The Guardian Catholic Schools is a fast paced, deadline driven, and high energy environment.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Donor Coordinator include all or some of the following:

  • Outstanding persuasive writing skills and excellent oral communication skills and must present a professional image. Should have excellent Microsoft Office skills, and should be able demonstrate proficiency in general office duties.
  • This position requires multitasking skills, research experience, and management of daily tasks in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Candidates must be willing to adapt to change to attain Development initiatives and to achieve short and long-term Development goals.
  • Responsible for the integrity and on-going maintenance of Donor Perfect software which tracks prospective and current donor records to include ad hoc reporting requests, frequent updates to data base, and regular reporting on donor activity.
  • Communication Coordinate communications and outreach to support external donor development and stewardship.  
  • Write and edit grant requests, donor letters, corporate sponsorship proposals, final reports and other correspondence as required.
  • In addition, the Donor Coordinator is responsible for the development of the design layout, writing of articles, printing and mailing of The Guardian Catholic Schools Newsletter and quarterly appeals process.  
  • Manage stewardship activities including regular reporting to donors and scheduling visits.
  • Ensure proper representation of donor identity commitments, including signage, website listings, e-newsletter articles, logo placement, annual report listing, donor wall recognition, and social media and other applicable promotional materials.
  • Event Coordinator Coordinate a variety of administrative activities related to donor attendance and involvement in events and programs to ensure a seamless patron experience inclusive of annual golf tournament and other events as directed by the Executive Director of Advancement.
  • Work collaboratively with Executive Director of Advancement and Board Members to achieve annual funding goals to support the mission of The Guardian.  Provide support to the Executive Director of Advancement with preparation for board meetings.
  • In collaboration with the Executive Director of Advancement, use knowledge regarding the on-going needs of Guardian Catholic School to develop proposals for corporate and state funding opportunities.  Work with various foundations to apply and manage grant applications, fulfillment and reporting processes.
  • Responsibilities for the management of the Guardian office includes but not limited to
    answer telephone, distribution of mail, utilization of Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and updates to the Website. Serve as accounting liaison to the Diocese of St. Augustine for account receivable, account payable process and other related financial activities.  

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Bachelor’s Degree or the equivalent in relevant work experience to include a minimum of 3 year’s professional experience in the not for profit Development field.  
  • This position will provide a full benefit package and a competitive salary commensurate with skills and experience of the selected candidate.    

To apply, please submit applications to:  https://hr.dosafl.com/careers/
or email: cover letter and resume guardian@guardiancatholicschools.org

Executive Director - Florida Trail Association

Posted 2/19/2020

Role and Responsibilities
The Executive Director (ED) of the Florida Trail Association is responsible for the supervision and oversight of the organization.  The ED will plan, direct, administer and evaluate all components of FTA programs, as well as, regularly assess and communicate with all staff members and volunteers. The ED will work cooperatively with the USFS and other state and local government entities and partners to secure additional resources for the FTA.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Executive Director include all or some of the following:

  • The Executive Director will develop and provide a clear vision and action plan for the Board, staff and all stakeholders. They will target organizational stability, long-term viability, financial growth and independence going forward.
  • Create and implement a strong development and membership program to promote mission achievement and financial sustainability. Move FTA to the forefront of donor and prospective donors’ minds and build a depth of donors.
  • Improve the FTA’s marketing, communications and social media presence with the goal of recruiting and engaging new and younger members.
  • Provide leadership, direction and cohesiveness to internal operations.  Improve and enhance training and education for staff at the chapter and state levels, to include staff development and succession planning.
  • Establish strong working relationships with the USFS, the State of Florida and other government entities, and private partners to improve and enhance advocacy efforts on both the state and federal levels.  
  • Lead and participate with the Board in developing a new strategic plan for the organization
    Prepare and implement a new annual development plan; guide the board and drive comprehensive, targeted fundraising and development activities
  • Oversee the timely completion and compliance with the execution and reporting for all grant funding

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • At least 5 to 8 years of experience in charge of the organizational leadership, staff supervision and fiscal responsibility for a relevant membership based, nonprofit organization
  • Knowledge of conservation and trail-related issues and an enjoyment of the outdoors
  • Knowledge of current trends and best practices of multiple donor solicitation and fundraising channels, with an emphasis on major gifts, planned/legacy giving and annual solicitations
  • Demonstrated experience in all areas of fund development including state, federal and private sector grants and sponsorships, and special event fundraising
  • Demonstrated success in community engagement at senior levels with the proven ability to impact corporate relationships and effective community partnerships
  • Bachelor's degree in a related discipline; graduate degree or professional certification (i.e. CFRE) preferred
  • Position is a full-time, non-exempt position.  Regular daily (work week) presence is required

This position provides a competitive base salary, an annual bonus, generous benefits program and relocation assistance for out of market candidates.

Organizational Overview
For over fifty years, The Florida Trail Association (FTA) has celebrated hiking in Florida.  Nineteen chapters support dedicated volunteers who build and maintain the Florida Trail and the Florida Trail System (FTS), a network of hiking trails on a variety of public and private lands throughout Florida.  Together under the guidance of the U.S. Forest Service, the FTA’s premier trail is the Florida National Scenic Trail or the Florida Trail (FT).  The Florida Trail is one of eleven National Scenic Trails in the United States. It currently runs 1,500 miles from Big Cypress National Preserve to Gulf Islands National Seashore. Started in 1966 and designated as a National Scenic Trail, the Florida Trail provides permanent non-motorized recreational opportunities for hiking and other activities. Trail development, maintenance and management are cooperative efforts of the U.S. Forest Service, FTA volunteers, and land manager partners throughout the state.

To apply, please submit applications to: Krickett Simonton | Office: 904 - 434 - 3249 |  

krickett@sterlingsearchjax.com

Development Assistant - Ability Housing

2/14/2020

Role and Responsibilities
Ability Housing is looking for a Development Assistant to join our growing team. The ideal candidate must be highly organized with the ability to understand and implement tracking systems and follow-up procedures, to use independent judgement and to produce a quality work product.


Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Development Assistant include all or some of the following:

• Develop an ongoing understanding of organization’s history and programs
• Maintain current records in multiple databases and paper files, including donor and grant reporting
• Manage agency’s stewardship of donors, inclusive of producing and distributing donor acknowledgements in a consistent and timely manner
• Maintain development dashboard to monitor progress to fiscal goals
• Monitor and record grant outcomes to produce timely reports as required by foundations/corporate donors
• Conduct prospect research to identify and qualify potential funding sources
• Produce written materials necessary for donor stewardship and agency outreach
• Manage all agency social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, as well as providing social media content in accordance with editorial calendar
• Maintain an awareness of the social media activity of other community and national organizations and interact with them when appropriate and beneficial
• Assist with other fundraising projects, agency events and Development Department needs as requested
• Excellent communication skills, verbal and written
• Ability to think strategically in the development of process and policy enhancements
• Possesses the desire to get the job done with excellence
• Strong editing skills
• Ability to work well under pressure and to set and meet deadlines
• Adept in technology, organization and resourcefulness
• A strong contributor in team environments
• Anticipate and proactively address needs

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint and Excel bonus skills, Salesforce, eTapestry, Raiser’s Edge
• Excellent knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media best practices
• Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
• Two or more years professional experience in non-profit industry, with a high school diploma required (Associates Degree or higher preferred)

Position is a full-time, non-exempt position.  Regular daily (work week) presence is required

Ability Housing, Inc. offers a competitive compensation and benefits including, medical, dental, vision, life, long-term disability, paid vacation and holidays days, and retirement.


To apply, please submit applications to: Tanya Adams tadams@abilityhousing.org

Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer - Jacksonville Symphony

Role and Responsibilities
The Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) is responsible for planning, implementing, overseeing, and assessing Jacksonville Symphony's development plans in support of the organization's strategic vision and growth.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as a key member of the leadership team, the CAO will effectively represent the organization's development interests to constituencies, both internal and external, and will work in close collaboration with the CEO, Music Director and the Board of Directors to achieve philanthropic goals and build a case for support.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Vice President & Chief Advancement Officer include all or some of the following:

  • The primary responsibility is to develop the overall strategy for the annual fund, estate planning and proposed capital campaigns, especially the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major donors. In this effort, the CAO will primarily focus on high net worth individuals and directors as well as cultivating relationships with major local and national foundations.
  • In addition to establishing and maintaining a personal portfolio of current and prospective major donors, the CAO will manage the development team, as well as oversee technical support within the department, including, prospect research. The CAO will succeed and lead by example in a mission-driven working environment that balances the need and relevance of programs with the efficiency of best business practices, fiscal accountability, and institutional impact.
  • Participating with the CEO, and the Board to develop, lead, and implement Jacksonville Symphony's annual and long-term development strategies, continuing to chart the organization's course in fund development while ensuring that efforts are carried out in keeping with the organization's values, mission, vision and plans
  • Develop fundraising plan to achieve and support initiatives contained within the strategic plan
  • Developing and growing a balanced funding mix of donor sources and solicitation programs tailored to the needs of Jacksonville Symphony that will enable it to attract, retain and motivate donors 
  • Identifying, cultivating and soliciting a personal portfolio of current and new funding sources and opportunities for Jacksonville Symphony including individual, foundation and corporate donors and prospects 
  • Providing fundraising leadership and support to the CEO and Board members, including helping to identify their resource cultivation goals and support needs, prospecting donors, and leading or participating in asks, as appropriate 
  • Supporting the CEO in the identification, cultivation and recruitment of prospective Board members. 
  • Recruiting, developing, coaching, inspiring, and motivating a strong development team 
  • Providing general oversight to all of Jacksonville Symphony's development activities, managing the day-to-day operations of the development function, and monitoring the adequacy of activities through coordination with the CEO, staff and appropriate Board committees 
  • Establishing goals and metrics to evaluate implementation of strategy and tactics, and evaluating the overall effectiveness of the development program; assessing the team to ensure that the department/function is effectively structured and staffed; overseeing performance measures and monitoring results 
  • Collaborating with the Marketing and Communications team to ensure consistent messaging and outreach strategies as they affect all development efforts 
  • Teaming with the Chief Financial Officer and the Board to assure sound fiscal operation of the development function including timely, accurate and comprehensive development of charitable contributions income and expense budgets, reporting, monitoring and implementation
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of best practices and significant developments and trends in philanthropy, and adapting fundraising strategies as necessary
  • 10-plus years’ experience with a track record of soliciting and closing six and seven figure gifts
  • Innovative, forward-thinking professional with exceptional interpersonal skills, a genuine and infectious enthusiasm for the mission of Jacksonville Symphony, and a high degree of professionalism and integrity
  • Successful experience planning and leading capital campaigns
  • Knowledge of estate planning, experience securing planned gifts
  • Ability to think both analytically and creatively
  • A compelling, mature, charismatic leader with the ability to move a team forward by inspiring and motivating people with creativity and energy. A superb manager who is an inspiring coach and mentor.
  • Strong communication skills, but should also be able to create an environment that is conducive to open and direct communication with individuals of varying degrees of involvement with Jacksonville Symphony
  • Strong communication skills, but should also be able to create an environment that is conducive to open and direct communication with individuals of varying degrees of involvement with Jacksonville Symphony
  • Ability to speak credibly and persuasively about Jacksonville Symphony's vision for the future
  • Bachelor’s degree required; plus 10 years of experience in fundraising

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter of introduction outlining your specific experience and qualifications, and resume in PDF format to Steven Libman, President & CEO at avineyard@jaxsymphony.org. No phone calls, please.

Grant Writer - Catholic Charities Bureau

Role and Responsibilities

The Catholic Charities Development department’s Grant Writer is responsible for submitting all grant applications (city, state, federal and foundation) and related reports and correspondence on CCBJax’s behalf throughout the fiscal year.  Reporting to the Development Director with input from the Executive Director, the Grant Writer submits new and renewal grant applications, adhering to the deadlines and requirements of each funder. This position also researches and sources new funding opportunities, makes recommendations, develops reports and tracks success toward achieving annual fundraising goals, conducts face-to-face client assessments and performs case management duties.


Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Grant Writer include all or some of the following:

  • Four-year degree in a related field such as English and two or more years successfully writing grants or five or more years successfully writing grants as a substitute for education
  • Advanced skills in grant proposal writing, statistical research, grant development and the funding application assembly process via demonstrated success with city, state, federal and foundation grants
  • Self-starting and self-motivated
  • Clear and concise writing and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work with program staff on grant design and outcome reports
  • Ability to lead and effectively motivate a complex work team
  • Maintain good ethics
  • Ability to research and analyze new funding opportunities
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and funders
  • Ability to work simultaneously on multiple projects
  • Advanced computer skills in all Microsoft Office products (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook and Access) and the ability to manage a complex database
  • Ability to design and follow a work plan and to meet multiple deadlines
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills with attention to detail
  • Ability to learn new trends in computer technology and online instructions for submission of grant applications via the Internet
  • Ability to type quickly (minimum of 50 words per minute)
  • Ability to work well with pressures of deadlines and multiple team member demands
  • Maintain membership in grant professional organizations and community collaborations that relate to the agency’s key program areas, and ability to meet or exceed targeted funding goals as established by agency management.

This position is located at Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc., 40 E. Adam St., Jacksonville, FL, 32202. This is a non-exempt full-time position with benefits. Interested candidates should apply directly on Diocese of St. Augustine careers page at https://hr.dosafl.com/careers/

Telephone calls and walk-ins will not be accepted. This posting ends Monday, February 12th, 2020. Catholic Charities Bureau is an EOE.

Director of Marketing - Florida State College at Jacksonville

Role and Responsibilities
The Director of Marketing will oversee the strategic branding, marketing and market research for the College. Provide comprehensive, integrated strategic marketing planning and implementation in support of College goals.


Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Director of Marketing include all or some of the following:

  • Clearly markets and enhances awareness of brand recognition of the College among targeted regional and national audiences including prospective students, parents, industry, community leaders, and other constituents.
  • Oversees paid social media marketing strategy and content marketing to increase and optimize the pool of qualified inquiries and applicants for admission to the College. 
  • Bolsters the local and regional reputation of the College as an accredited, institution of higher education. Researching demand for services as well as competitor research.
  • Develops and executes marketing plans for the various College grants, departments and divisions and works in conjunction with academic division leaders to ensure all programs have the necessary marketing materials and press outreach to succeed.
  • At a minimum the selected candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in advertising, graphic design, marketing, communications, business or a related discipline from an accredited college or university supplemented by three (3) years of proven marketing campaign experience with extensive knowledge in marketing and social media. Additionally, the preferred candidate will have a master’s degree in advertising, graphic design, marketing, communications, business or a related discipline from an accredited college or university supplemented by five (5) years of proven marketing campaign experience with extensive knowledge in marketing and social media, or ten (10) years of proven marketing campaign experience with extensive knowledge in marketing and social media.

Review of applications for this position will begin January 31, 2020 and continue until a candidate is selected.  Interested candidates must submit a Florida State College at Jacksonville online application. A resume will not be accepted in lieu of submitting an online application. Please visit https://Jobs.FSCJ.edu to learn more about this position and to complete the required online application.

Community Outreach Coordinator - Pine Castle

Role and Responsibilities
Manages the business development, sales, marketing and community outreach functions of the Employment Services Department. 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Community Outreach Coordinator include all or some of the following:

  • Network with business and professional organizations to market Pine Castle’s programs, products and the capabilities of participants in campus employment and participants ready for community employment.
  • Pursue sales and contracts through cold-calling and warm leads development.
  • Assist production staff with preparing quotes, bid proposals and agreements, based on agency pricing guideline.
  • Ability to create and deliver presentations and proposals tailored to the audience.
  • Negotiate and sell production products and services obtaining new customers and retaining current customer base for campus and community employment.
  • Coordinate and manage customer, vendor relations and Respect of Florida contracts.
  • Coordinate efforts to inform businesses about job placement and job retention services.
  • Coordinate with Employment Services team on new products research, job placement opportunities and development efforts.
  • Attend job fairs, trade shows, etc. related to employment and product development for campus and community employment.


QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university, majoring in Business, Marketing or related field to sales, manufacturing or production.  Experience with managing in a manufacturing environment and experience in sales are preferred and could be considered as a substitute for some of the education requirements. Knowledge of Customer Relations Management (CRM) preferred. Excellent communications skills required.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.  Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.  Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.  Ability to work with mathematics for budgeting, billing, and program evaluation statistics.  Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
  • Valid Florida driver’s license in good standing.
  • Familiarity with professional ethics of business practices and working with persons with disabilities.  Ability to work as a team member with other staff, board members, and members of the community. Microsoft office software proficiency.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in a PDF format to Jose Rodriquez at jrodriguez@pinecastle.org.

Chief Financial Officer - Episcopal Childrens Services

Role and Responsibilities
As a respected leader and preeminent expert in early childhood education, Episcopal Children’s Services has a long history and important legacy of improving the lives and educational outcomes of Florida’s children.

With an annual operating budget of over $70 million, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for all financial management and accounting activities while maintaining a hands-on approach in the fiscal department. The CFO provides counsel and advice to the senior executive staff and the Board on all financial matters. As a member of the Senior Executive Staff, the CFO will be an adviser to the department heads, evaluating and assisting them with their budgets and financial activities. The CFO will partner with the CEO and Senior Executive Staff on all operational and strategic issues.


Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Chief Financial Officer include all or some of the following:

  • Oversee and direct treasury, budgeting, audit, tax accounting, and purchasing activities for the organization.
  • Provide direction, leadership, and support to fiscal department managers.
  • Develop internal control policies, guidelines and procedures for activities such as budget administration, cash and credit management, and accounting.
  • Coordinate the development and monitoring of budgets.
  • Oversee cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed.
  • Oversee the development of the financial component of grant proposals and grant reporting.
  • Prepare or direct preparation of financial statements, business activity reports, financial position forecasts, annual budgets, and/or reports required by regulatory agencies.
  • Oversee cash, investment and asset management.
  • Provide leadership and coordination in the administration, business planning, accounting and budgeting effort of the agency.
  • Coordinate all external audit activities and ensure compliance with reports, grants, contracts, and tax filings.
  • Remain current on applicable accounting and compliance policies and practices for state and federal activities.
  • Analyze, consolidate, and direct all cost accounting procedures together with other statistical and routine reports.
  • Direct and analyze studies of general economic, business, and financial conditions and their impact of the organization’s policies and operations.
  • Ensure the timeliness, accuracy and usefulness for all users of financial reports and oversee the preparation and communication of monthly and annual financial statements.
  • Present monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements to the CEO, other executives and the board of directors.
  • Participate in agency policy development as a member of the senior executive team.
  • Represent the company to financial partners, including financial institutions, investors, foundation executives, auditors, public officials, etc.
  • Ensure an appropriate level continuing professional development applicable to the department’s needs.
  • Establish or recommend to management, major economic objectives and policies.
  • Provide financial expertise in the planning of new services and the expansion of existing services promoting revenue growth.
  • (These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other related marginal duties as required.)
  • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in accounting, finance, business management or related field. Must be a Certified Public Accountant (Florida). 
  • Ten years of progressive financial management experience including but not limited to finance and accounting, financial/investment management, strategic financial planning and budgeting, capital budgets/allocation, and risk management/insurance requirements, as well as proven senior leadership and hands-on staff management/development skills.
  • Experience with nonprofit accounting involving multiple funding sources including government (federal & state) is strongly preferred. 
  • Significant experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Office of Management and Budget Circular A-133
  • Strong analytical skills and experience understanding a strategic vision and translating it into an actionable model
  • Proven strategic management capabilities and commensurate fiscal, budget and compliance responsibility and a track record of results
  • Experience working with accounting software packages; MIP Accounting software preferred
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
  • An effective, patient communicator at all levels in the organization, with excellent written and oral skills and a willingness to share information
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with staff, Board of Trustees, and funders
  • Strong public speaking and presentation skills are highly beneficial
  • Ability to educate department managers about their financial responsibilities while keeping them accountable
  • Demonstrable passion for the mission of ECS; a hands-on manager with integrity. A collaborative and flexible style, with a strong service mentality
  • An ethical individual with outstanding human qualities and strong trust relationships who can relate to diverse audiences, impart trust, integrity, stability, sensitivity, common sense, and tolerance, and motivate others in a similar manner
  • Certificates of acknowledgement required: Conflict of Interest, Code of Ethics, Confidentiality agreements, IT Systems and Security, Anti-Fraud, HR Employee Acknowledgement Form.
  • Typical Physical & Mental Demands: Requires prolonged sitting with some bending, stooping and stretching, and eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, telephone, photocopier, calculator and other office equipment.
  • Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to communicate with clients and staff.

To apply, please go to our website and submit your application.
https://www.ecs4kids.org/about/work-for-us/

Chief Programs Officer - Pine Castle

Role and Responsibilities
Responsible for the administration of all participant programs of Pine Castle, as directed by the Chief Executive Officer, by performing the following duties personally or through subordinates.


Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Chief Programs Officer include all or some of the following:

  • Provides leadership, direction, and guidance in conducting the day-to-day program functions of the agency’s pathways to employment and life enrichment, residential and case management services. 

  • Manages all assigned program activities to ensure goals and objectives are met and quality services are provided. 

  • Develops, analyzes, and reports statistical and program outcome data for all programs to the Chief Executive Officer. 

  • Assists in the development of annual program budgets and manages financial resources in accordance with approved budgets. 

  • Assures development of annual program evaluations for each program component including recommendations for improvements or adjustments. 

  • Brings incidents with potential adverse impact on participants or the agency to the immediate attention of the Chief Executive Officer.

  • Develops positive working relationships and collaborations in the community that are beneficial to agency programs through community networking and personal contact with other agencies and funding sources. 

  • Participates in appropriate professional organizations on behalf of Pine Castle, as budgeted. 

  • In concert with the Chief Development Officer develop opportunities for volunteer involvement to enhance the quality and scope of program services. 

  • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the agency’s policies and applicable laws; responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. 

  • Ensures compliance with APD, VR, Department of Labor, Respect of Florida and Qlarant monitoring standards. 

  • Ensures compliance with all program grant guidelines and reporting requirements. 

  • Assists the Chief Executive Officer with other administrative and community relations duties as may be assigned. 

  • Attends Board meetings.

  • Manages three Program Directors and Director of Case Management. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these departments.


QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred; Minimum five years supervisory or management experience; Experience and/or training in working with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities preferred. Related experience will substitute on a year-for-year basis for the required college education.

  • Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry.  Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions.

  • Ability to define problems, collects data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.  Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

  • Valid Florida driver’s license in good standing.
  • Familiarity with professional ethics of business practices and working with persons with disabilities. Knowledge of standards set by local, state, federal and other regulatory agencies.

  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.  The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. This employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

  • The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

  • To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in a PDF format to Jose Rodriquez at jrodriguez@pinecastle.org.

Assistant Vice President of Development - Museum of Science & History

Role and Responsibilities
The Assistant Vice President of Development will foster and steward corporate, foundation and individual donors and meet the general operational goals for the Museum budget; strategically supporting the overall management, planning and growing of funds. The position reports directly to the Vice President of Development and works closely with the development team to develop fundraising goals, strategies, and approaches to increase and strengthen fundraising efforts. The Assistant VP of Development will promote the mission of the Museum to the community and to current and potential donors.


Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Functions and Responsibilities of the Assistant Vice President of Development include all or some of the following:

• Develops and executes a strategic development plan to secure new and upgrade existing donors’ commitments designed to broaden the funding base and increase financial support from corporations, individuals and foundations
• Coordinates with Curator, Exhibits Manager and Education Department leadership to cultivate and solicit sponsorships for exhibits and programs.
• Manages all compliance measures between MOSH and exhibit/program Sponsors to adhere to sponsorship agreements.
• Manages acknowledgement of all contributions and coordinates special recognition at different levels of giving, emphasizing long term relationship building.
• Writes correspondence including solicitation proposals, meeting requests, and meeting follow-ups; maintains master calendar to maximize cultivation events.
• Enters gifts and pledges into the database and acknowledge all gifts and pledges including preparing pledge payment reminders and pledge agreements; follows up with pledge commitments and past dues.
• Creates, coordinates and stewards fundraising events as part of the overall fundraising effort; provides monthly development reports regarding goals, initiatives and progress on the advancement of the Annual Fund
• Serves as the primary organizational support to keep donor contacts connected, engaged and involved in volunteer opportunities, special events and exhibits.
• Performs other related duties.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • To be successful, an individual must be able to perform each job duty satisfactorily.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business, Communications, or related field.
  • Three to five years of fundraising experience with proven experience managing fundraising programs
  • Successful ability to personally identify, cultivate and solicit individual donors, corporations and foundations.
  • Networking skills, strategic planning skills.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing people and budgets; excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Knowledge of best practices in non profit fundraising.
  • Proficiency in database management, Excel, Power Point, Word and other computer skills; proficiency in Altru POS preferred.
  • Experience managing and/or supporting annual giving campaigns, solicitations and stewardship, donor recognition, donor databases, and special events. 
  • Knowledge of volunteer programs and best practices.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills required, including ability to effectively connect with donors, members and museum supporters.
  • Very strong organizational skills and sense of self-direction.
  • Successful experience working with high-profile volunteer leadership and senior executives.
  • Professional with excellent judgment who performs well within a fast-paced organization with many priorities.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and public speaking; must be able to communicate professionally, effectively and diplomatically.
  • Strong organizational and analytical; excellent attention to detail.
  • Must be able to establish, monitor and meet timelines.
  • Must work well under pressure with demonstrated ability to juggle tasks, prioritize and manage multiple competing deadlines.
  • Hours are generally Monday-Friday, between 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, but flexibility is required.  Some weekends and evenings may be required. Attend meetings of the Board of Trustees, Board Committees.  

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume in a PDF format to hr@themosh.org.