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Chief Programs Officer - Pine Castle 

Assistant Vice President of Development - Museum of Science & History

Chief Advancement Officer - K9s For Warriors 

Executive Director- Lightner museum

Director of Development- Aging True Senior Services


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 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.

Chief Advancement Officer - K9s For Warrior

POSTED ON 1/07/2020

Role and Responsibilities

Serving as the chief fundraising strategist for K9s For Warriors, and as a member of the senior leadership team, the Chief Advancement Officer will direct all aspects of institutional fundraising initiatives and spearhead all strategies designed to implement a successful and sustainable philanthropic program.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

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

  • Oversees and sets the direction and strategy of fund development for the organization, including digital and direct response campaigns, capital campaigns, major gift programs, annual giving, fundraising events, third-party fundraising activities, corporate and foundation giving, and planned giving
  • Sets and leads the successful achievement of fundraising goals for annual operations assigned to each member of the department and the organization as a whole
  • Oversees strategy and execution for donor engagement, identification, cultivation, solicitation, securing and stewarding major and principal individual, foundation and corporate donors on an ongoing basis
  • Develops mission advancement strategies and oversees dynamic volunteer management and community engagement/outreach programs
  • Establishes performance measures, monitors results and evaluates the effectiveness of the advancement team and strategy
  • Ensures a culture where effective teamwork, collaboration and innovation are expected, recognized and rewarded; leads by example with regard to appropriate risk-taking, cross-organizational cooperation and clear standards of conduct
  • Collaborates with marketing and education teams, led by the CMO, to plan and oversee development and donor-related publications, messaging and strategy
  • Ensures compliance with all relevant regulations and laws, maintains accountability standards to donors and ensures compliance with code of ethical principles of professional conduct for fundraising executives
  • Oversees the preparation and management of the annual department budget
  • Advises the CEO, President and Board of Directors on matters related to fundraising and philanthropy; maintains effective working relationships with the Board of Directors, staff members, volunteers, individual donors, foundations, corporations and program partners

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Minimum of 7 years professional development experience, with at least 3 years in a leadership role
  • Minimum of 5 years professional experience managing projects and teams
  • Bachelor’s Degree in business, nonprofit management, or equivalent required. Advanced degree(s) in business, public administration, accounting or finance strongly preferred, CFRE preferred
  • A demonstrated track record of working with board members, high net worth individuals, private foundations and corporations
  • Understanding of and experience with a variety of philanthropic channels among them: annual fund and major gift programs, planned giving, and foundation and corporate partnerships
  • Knowledge of Raisers Edge, Microsoft Office Suite and database best practices and management theory

 

Preferred Skills

  • Ten years or more experience in fundraising.
  • Strong dedication to the K9s For Warriors mission
  • Excellent verbal, written, and oral communication skills
  • Proven ability to lead, inspire, mentor, and develop a goal-oriented team
  • Enthusiasm and commitment to resource development and community impact work
  • Analytical thinking skills with an ability to analyze data
  • Demonstrated capacity for creative planning and implementation
  • High level of self-direction and orientation to achieve results

 

Core Competencies

  • Coaching
  • Customer Orientation
  • Delegating
  • Managing
  • Persuasiveness
  • Social Awareness
  • Networking

 
To apply please contact Victoria Fonde at VFonde@k9sforwarriors.org. 

Executive Director-- Sterling Search and consulting

Posted on 12/10/2019 

Position Summary

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of the organization, as well as, oversight and adherence to the organization’s policies and procedures. The ED will ensure the ongoing efficient and effective operation and delivery of all programs and services. They will also be responsible for the ongoing promotion and enhancement of Lightner Museum and its reputation and impact in the local community. A key element of the ED's role will be to ensure Lightner’s more active involvement in various fundraising efforts and special events. The express goal of this is to enhance and increase the positive results of these activities on an annual basis.

Organizational Overview

The iconic Lightner Museum is a 501(c) (3) organization that is housed in the former Alcazar Hotel in the historic city of St. Augustine, FL. This famous hotel, built by Henry Flagler in 1888, was purchased by Otto Lightner and opened as the Lightner Museum in 1949. Since then, restoration has been an on-going process at the Lightner Museum. Major renovations include the elegant front lobby, the grand ballroom gallery, a new roof, library, board room, and several special exhibit gallery spaces.

Lightner Museum’s mission is to preserve, maintain and interpret its collection of 19th century decorative art and material culture for the educational benefit of St. Augustine residents and the visiting public. Lightner currently displays one of the most elegant collections of fine art and cultural treasures from this period in the country. In addition to the “Gilt Age” exhibits housed there, Lightner is a premier location for weddings, celebrations and special events.  

Geography

St. Augustine is located in Northeast Florida, just south of Jacksonville and north of Daytona Beach. Tourism is the major economic driver and the area is internationally recognized for its arts, culture and heritage offerings, outdoor recreation, and quality of life. The St. Johns County School District is rated as the #1 school district in the state.  

Position Summary

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of the organization, as well as, oversight and adherence to the organization’s policies and procedures. The ED will ensure the ongoing efficient and effective operation and delivery of all programs and services. They will also be responsible for the ongoing promotion and enhancement of Lightner Museum and its reputation and impact in the local community. A key element of the ED's role will be to ensure Lightner’s more active involvement in various fundraising efforts and special events. The express goal of this is to enhance and increase the positive results of these activities on an annual basis.

Key Position Objectives

In addition to the daily responsibilities, the ED will also focus on accomplishing these objectives:

• Develop new strategies focused on growing business and revenue for Lightner through individual
  membership and donor cultivation, corporate support and business sponsorships.

• Publicize and promote the full capabilities of Lightner Museum in the local, state-wide and regional
  markets in a planned and targeted effort.

• Plan for and ensure the display of more highly successful exhibits like Downton Abbey. Promote,
  encourage and act on staff and volunteer input to help make Lightner Museum a “Destination of
  Choice” for all customers, regardless of location.

• Work to promote Lightner as an ideal mixed venue for events and celebrations to the local, regional
  and national tourism industry, destination marketing organizations, and lodging and hospitality partners.
 

Executive Director
Lightner Museum
St. Augustine, FL


Position Responsibilities

Strategic Leadership

• Engage with the local, state and regional tourism and political arenas and act as an advocate for the
  arts, culture, events and area heritage of St. Augustine.

• Implement a strong vision that will enhance and sustain a broad base for the long-term growth and
  success of this multi-attraction venue.

• Participate at the highest level in state, regional, and national trade associations (i.e, AAM).

Financial and Operational Management

•  Ensure the effective financial management of all Lightner operations including the preparation of the
   budgets and financial reports in cooperation and collaboration with the Board.

•  Implement strategies and plans to help strengthen the balance sheet and ensure financial stability.

•  Represent  the Lightner Museum  as  its chief  spokesperson  to  funding  sources, donors, community
    and tourist organizations, the news media, and other external stakeholders.

Public Image/Strategic Planning and Alliances

•  Serve as the face of Lightner in the community and as such, be actively involved in community
   activities that include effective public speaking and media relations.

•  Assist in the development of an updated Strategic Plan built on the collective vision for the future.

•  Build strong strategic alliances in support of Lightner’s vision and strategic goals/objectives.

Position Qualifications

The new Executive Director will have 8 to 10 years of relevant, progressively responsible experience with at least 2 to 3 years in a leadership position. They will have a strong knowledge and affinity for the cultural, arts and events industry, as well as a progressive and creative view towards building/strengthening the organization and its capabilities.  They will share and support the mission, vision and values of Lightner Museum, and be willing and able to adapt their personal and professional style as needed. Their qualities should include high-energy, positive-thinking, with a self-sustaining, individual motivation, a strong sense of purpose. They will also possess a broad-based experience in the arts, and a familiarity with the marketing of historic venues, cultural attractions, and destination marketing.

This position provides a very attractive base salary, an incentive bonus program, an excellent benefits plan, and relocation assistance for out of market candidates. Please send a resume, cover letter, and current compensation in complete confidence to:  

Betsy Jacobs | Managing Partner
Sterling Search & Consulting
Office: 904 - 396 - 3630 | Email: Betsy@SterlingSearchJax.com  

Director of Development- Aging True Senior Services

Posted on 12/10/2019 

Summary:
The Director of Development is directly responsible for Aging True’s fundraising efforts by providing strategic and administrative leadership. The job includes fund development, information management, marketing, public relations, financial administration and fiscal reporting while implementing fundraising activities for our regular programs.  The Director of Development reports directly to and works closely with the Chief Executive Officer and communicates regularly with the Board of Directors.

Key Responsibilities:
1. Directs a fund development program that includes the annual fund plan, foundation and corporate gifts, special events and planned giving
2. Oversees and implements strategies that will grow annual revenue, writes proposals and secures funding from corporate and foundation donors
3. Leads strategies to identify, prioritize, cultivate, solicit, recognize and steward all donors and prospects
4. Assists CEO and the board of directors in managing  portfolios of major donors and prospects
5. Responsible for the public image of Aging True through communications and public relations programs
6. Prepares annual development plan to corresponding budget

Qualifications/Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred
• Minimum three years experience in charitable fund development
• Demonstrated success in securing major and annual gifts from foundations and corporations
• Demonstrated success in meeting annual fund goals, development management, grant-writing, sponsorships and special events
• Demonstrated success in working as a member of a team and developing effective working relationships with staff, volunteers and donors

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Experience with Raiser’s Edge software preferred
• Strong knowledge of principles, ethics and practices of successful fundraising
• Ability to lead multiple long and short-term projects simultaneously, meeting all related deadlines
• Excellent verbal communication, interpersonal and relationship-building skills to effectively work with a variety of people and personalities

Essential Functions:
• The job includes fund development, information management, marketing, public relations, financial administration and fiscal reporting while implementing fundraising activities for our regular programs.  
• Director of Development manages the collecting and imputing of programmatic statistics, personnel information and client data to be utilized in Annual Report, promotional events, various campaigns and creating communications programs that effectively describe Aging True.
• Coordinates and assists in all activities that include developing community image including brochures, website,  graphics, photographs, telephone contact/follow up, printing, special events, and donor solicitations.
• Conducts or supervises the research and design materials that promote the organization and its programs, including redesigning brochures and flyers for departments of Aging True.
• Supervises the maintenance of the database of client quotes, current photographs, news clippings and media mentions of Aging True Board members, clients, staff, community at large that we serve, etc.
• Supervises the research and development of content for publication of brochures, newsletters, annual report, marketing presentations, sponsorship contact and solicitations.
• Maintains Raiser’s Edge database. Prepares and provides ELT with quarterly reports as requested.
• Manages organizational wide mass mailing lists, coded by category.
• Manages grant calendar including researching and culls funding streams.
• Maintains ongoing relationship with Golf Committee and supervises development staff to maintain notebooks, revenue/expense reports, sponsor reports, presentation boards, and luncheon needs.
• Assists in coordination of Fundraising Committee, maintains accounts and reports related to Committee.
• Prepares and implements mail projects of all sizes.
• Maintaining an Access Vehicle Inventory database and Supply Inventory database

Anyone interested in a challenging and highly rewarding work experience, where every day provides an opportunity for growth, is encouraged to email their resume to jobs@agingtrue.org with the title "DevDirector2019". The closing date for this position is February 6th, 2020.