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Annual Collaborative Campaign Manager

Posted August 17, 2022

United Arts of Central Florida
Reports to: President & CEO
Classification: Full-Time, Exempt

General Description
Focus: As the fourth largest united arts campaign in the United States, the United Arts Collaborative Campaign for the Arts unites the Central Florida community to support the arts each year in a public campaign from February 1-April 30 with a silent phase from November- December to capture year end giving. The campaign manager functions as part of the development team and focuses on planning and executing the annual Collaborative Campaign for the Arts working with 32+ partner organizations in reaching their organizational goals and the United Arts - Arts For ALL Fund individual giving goal during the Collaborative Campaign. The Campaign Manager will assist in meeting the organization’s fundraising goals as defined by the organization’s annual budget.

Essential Duties

  • Collaborative Campaign for the Arts
  • Manage all aspects of the annual Collaborative Campaign for the Arts.
  • Develop and maintain a timeline of campaign activities and deadlines.
  • Draft pledge form, campaign solicitation and acknowledgment letters for approval by supervisor.
  • Ensure campaign materials are printed and distributed to partner organizations on time.
  • Work with database administrator to ensure partner reporting is sent accordingly to the agreed upon schedule.
  • Work with marketing & communications director to develop marketing and communications strategy for the campaign.
  • Grow the online fundraising campaign and online donor development to include monthly giving.
  • Maximize the organization’s online and 3rd party fundraising tools; stay abreast of new and existing online fundraising technology and analyze the feasibility of success within the organization’s fundraising climate.
  • Field partner questions while providing exceptional customer service.
  • Field campaign donor questions and resolve issues while providing exceptional customer service.
  • Responsible for tracking campaign results and reporting and measuring results; create reports as requested.
  • Plan and staff the Campaign Summit and Campaign Debriefs and assist in other special events.

United Arts Donor Cultivation
Grow and maintain existing United Arts - Arts For ALL Fund donor relationships through coordinated communications (under $1,000 donors).

Workplace Giving

  • Manage and grow the organization’s workplace giving program.
  • Give workplace giving presentations on-site at corporate locations.
  • Work with marketing to ensure the online workplace giving portal is set up for new sites and active for existing sites.
  • Track workplace giving results and identify methods for growth at existing sites.
  • Identify new opportunities to raise funds through the workplace.

Outside of campaign timing, attend marketing and community events to meet potential new donors

Assist with answering office phones. Other duties as required.

Work Experience Requirements

  • Exceptional people skills.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Spelling and grammar should be above average.
  • Experience managing projects that include multiple stakeholders
  • Experience speaking to a group of people and conducting a meeting of collaborative partnerships
  • Advanced Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook user.
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge development software a plus.
  • Experience with Mailchimp or similar Email marketing software a plus.
  • Highly organized, self-motivated and directed, and enjoy working closely with people to further common goals.
  • Prior experience working in a non-profit or with volunteers a plus.

Travel and Other

  • Must have reliable car and current US driver’s license
  • Requires travel within th    e four-county region
  • Travel is less than 20% of the position
  • May require some evening or weekends
  • Must be able to lift 30 lbs.
  • References upon request

Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university
  • Exceptional skill sets and experience may qualify in lieu of formal education

To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Amy Reheard.

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Grants Administration Assistant

Posted August 15, 2022

The Miami Foundation
Reports to: Director of Grants Administration
Classification: Full-Time, Non-Exempt, Hourly
Salary Target: $44,000 annually /$21.15 per hour, commensurate with experience and qualifications

The Foundation
The Miami Foundation builds the philanthropic, civic, and leadership backbone for Greater Miami. Since 1967, the Foundation has invested $485 million to strengthen our community with partnerships and contributions from more than 1000 fundholders and 35,000 donors. The Miami Foundation, which currently manages over $350 million in assets, mobilizes donors, nonprofits, leaders, and locals to set a bold vision for our community's future and to invest in a stronger, more equitable, more resilient Greater Miami.
Position Description
The Community Investment Team is responsible for ensuring that the Foundation’s grant programs, special initiatives, and grants management services are expertly managed and meet the needs of our donors, nonprofits, and community. The Assistant is part of the Grants Administration team, which is responsible for managing the Foundation’s core grantmaking activities, an extensive portfolio of fiscal funds, and our private foundation partnerships. Among the Department’s responsibilities is to oversee hundreds of funds for which there are specific project budgets and restrictions of the use of the funds.

The Grants Administration Assistant plays a central role in supporting our Donor Advised Fundholders in processing their grants, processing grant and fiscal payments, acknowledging gifts received for funds, and providing broad administrative support for Department’s activities. The work is high volume and fast-paced, involves being able to juggle and prioritize projects, and requires incredible attention to detail and strong judgement.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manages the weekly process for Donor Advised Fund grant payments, ensures that they meet requirements for charitable purpose and distribution to a qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
  • Supports the weekly review, budget management, and payment process for a high volume, broad portfolio of grants, and special initiatives.
  • Supports the weekly grant payment process including compiling, verifying and submitting documentation to Finance Department and managing payment-related mailings.
  • Maintain and update grantee project budgets and financial reports.
  • Ensure the Foundation’s database for managing fund constituent records is kept up to date.
  • Guarantee quality control and ensure the accuracy of department related data.
  • Maintains effective relationships and handles all inquiries with Foundation fundholders and grantees, working in close coordination with the Foundation’s Development Department staff.
  • Serve as a liaison to the Finance team to ensure that gifts and payments are recorded and processed properly.
  • Maintain well-organized digital filing systems.
  • Handles general inquiries from nonprofits, grantees, the general public.
  • Assists other team members or Foundation departments as needed and other duties as assigned.  

Position Requirements
Essential Qualities

  • Love for Miami – The Miami Foundation team works hard every day to build a better, stronger Miami. We look to find team members that have a strong desire to develop a deep understanding of Greater Miami and build community knowledge.
  • Alignment with Foundation values – Joy. Failure friendliness. High volume, high quality, high speed.Relationships. Self-starting. Zero drama. Deliberate, visible equity. Strong judgement and generous communication.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills - Exceptional commitment to delivering the highest-quality customer service and ability to work with diverse stakeholders.
  • Unwavering solution orientation – This role demands exceptional attention to detail and accuracy, adherence to deadlines, and being proactive in identifying solutions. We need someone with a strong ability to think ahead, take initiative, work both independently and collaborate with other.
  • Willingness to do it all -  Excellent abilities to organize and prioritize multiple tasks, problem solve, anticipate what’s needed next and manage time to deliver the highest quality work on time
  • Excellent writing and grammar skills and general communications abilities written and verbal
  • Robust commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion - We are all about elevating voices, spreading power and increasing opportunity for all.   

Desired Experience

  • Minimum of an Associate Degree or equivalent work or life experiences
  • 2 - 5 years of work experience in a professional office setting
  • Excellent skills and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, email protocol, and internet research
  • Experience working in the nonprofit or government sector in Greater Miami is a plus
  • Multilingual is a plus
  • Experience in working with accounting software, constituent management databases, or grants management systems, is a major plus

This list of essential responsibilities and requirements is not intended to be exhaustive. The Miami Foundation reserves the right to revise this job description as needed to comply with actual job requirements.
We offer a comprehensive and generous benefits package which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 403(b) retirement plan, flex spending and dependent care accounts, professional development stipend, paid time off, cell phone stipend and gym reimbursement.

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter here.

The Miami Foundation’s Anti-Discrimination Policy - The Miami Foundation shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers, selection of vendors, and provision of services.
The Miami Foundation practices and champions inclusiveness in our community. We honor the diverse strengths, needs, voices, and backgrounds of all members of our community. Candidates from traditionally marginalized communities are especially encouraged to apply.  

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Grants & Program Officer

Posted August 14, 2022

Tidewell Foundation
Classification: Full-Time, hybrid option available

Job Details
Work hours are typically Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm - occasional nights and weekends for special events will be required.  Flexibility in schedule and hybrid work from home are options.

Primary tasks, duties and responsibilities:

  • Promote and practice the mission, values, and following policies and procedures of Tidewell Foundation.
  • Identify grant opportunities and oversee external grant writers, in conjunction with the Foundation President.
  • Develop, implement and evaluate the grant and donor funded opportunities within verticals and services of Tidewell Hospice and other Empath Health affiliates, in support of the Foundation’s fundraising goals.
  • Engage with hospice, home health and other key vertical and service line managers, vice presidents and teams in order to cultivate new ideas, write grant proposals, develop grant budgets, provide ongoing problem-solving support and execute outcomes as promised in grant agreements with outside funders.
  • Monitor and track the progress of internal programs to meet promised grant and donor funded program commitments.
  • Work with consultants and others to institute relevant trainings or initiatives to support the growth and development of Tidewell Hospice and Tidewell Foundation staff relative to capacity building of skills needed for grant implementation.
  • Provide technical assistance to program staff, as needed.
  • Collaborate with external partners and funders, in conjunction with the Foundation President and clinical team members.
  • Keep abreast of community issues, trends and potential partners that impact Tidewell Foundation’s ability to fund Tidewell Hospice’s and other affiliates’ programs.
  • Represent the Tidewell Foundation at meetings, forums, public presentations and other opportunities with donors, funders, partners, etc.
  • Prepare high quality reports for funders, granters, board members.
  • Propose and maintain annual budget as it relates to this position.


  • Excellent ability to find new sources of grant making revenue.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university.
  • Minimum five (5) years’ experience as a grant writer in the philanthropy field; not-for-profit
  • and/or healthcare experience is preferred.
  • An equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered as meeting the Education/Professional requirements.
To Apply: If you are interested in further information, please reach out to Lisa Ciraolo or apply via our website Tidewell Foundation Grants and Program Officer

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Senior Vice President for Communications

Posted August 12, 2022

Helios Education Foundation
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Reports to: President

Helios Education Foundation exists to support postsecondary attainment for low-income and under-represented communities in Arizona and Florida. Driven by our fundamental beliefs of Community, Equity, Investment, and Partnership, Helios has invested nearly $300 million in partnerships and initiatives focused on improving education outcomes in the two states we serve.

Helios Education Foundation (Helios) seeks a Senior Vice President for Communications (SVP) to join the Foundation’s senior leadership team and spearhead Helios’s enterprise -wide communications strategy and execution. As Helios implements its ambitious Five-Year Impact Plan, focused on key drivers essential
to getting students on track for college attainment, the role of the SVP for Communications is mission - critical: leading Helios’s communications, brand and reputation management, and message creation and alignment in support of an integrated portfolio of investment, research, and policy efforts.

Helios is more than a grant-maker. Our strategy for delivering results in early learning, college access, and college attainment includes the integration of four key domains of our work. We seek to influence policy changes that can bring systemic improvements and to identify laser-focused community investments that can serve as a proof of concept for policy considerations and can lead to spreading effective practices. Original research and data drive our approaches. And, through each of these areas, strategic communication is used to amplify important insights and to build public will for effective improvements. In addition, Helios documents and assesses our efforts in each of these areas to understand our impact and continually refine our work for increased impact in the future.

The SVP for Communications will report directly to the President and oversee all the Foundation’s external and internal communications. Partnering with the President and the senior leadership team, the SVP will develop and manage execution of an annual communications approach that supports the Foundation’s Impact Plan. They will effectively design and implement a full suite of internal and external communications activities to foster a strong sense of community among the Helios team, as well as among grantees and key partners, and will enhance the Foundation’s reputation at the highest levels of education, research, and policy discourse in Arizona, Florida, and, where appropriate, nationally. The SVP for Communications will be located in Phoenix, and will be expected to travel to the office in Tampa.

The SVP will provide strategic, institution-wide communications counsel on thought leadership and brand management, support the development of organizational culture and change management efforts, and lead communications activities that amplify Helios’s policy and research efforts. Leading a team of communications staff members and consultants, the SVP will oversee enterprise-level digital efforts such as the website and Helios’s social platforms; support the design of and share learnings from Helios Education Campus convenings and partner events; support writing, editing, design, and promotion of Helios’s research publications; manage public relations and media efforts in Arizona and Florida; and liaise with internal teams to bring projects to life.

Helios Education Foundation was created in 2004 through the conversion and sale of Southwest Student Services Corporation and began investing in education with an initial endowment of more than $500 million. In 2021, Helios launched its impact strategy, a targeted commitment to concentrate on improving outcomes for low-income and Latino students in Arizona and low-income and Black students in Florida, based on the belief that the Foundation’s actions in the near term will impact student outcomes for the next generation. The impact strategy is based on data showing that these student populations are those struggling the most.

Through a multi-pronged approach, the Foundation seeks to more effectively achieve significant improvements required to foster equitable progress across the education continuum. This integrated approach includes:

  • Performance-based community investments: With attention to the importance of place and the challenges of each state and the communities within them, Helios focuses on a combination of long-term strategic investments as well as new and innovative approaches to addressing intractable problems. To ensure the reach, influence, and impact of their investments, Helios also provides collaborative planning, strategic advice, and often communications, policy, and research support to partner organizations. With each investment, Helios serves as a change ally, collaborating to address challenges and to create a roadmap in Arizona and Florida to improve education outcomes.
  • Systemic public policy efforts: Helios seeks significant changes in education policies that support equitable education in both states, including commitments to education funding allocated more intentionally to those most in need of additional resources. The Foundation also serves as a thought leader, focusing the attention of policymakers and other influencers on solutions that provide the most leverage in getting students on track for college attendance and attainment. This includes leveraging the Foundation’s investments to serve as proof of concept and a catalyst for policy changes, as well as the strategic use of the ASU Helios Decision Center for Educational Excellence.
  • Research and data: Helios works directly with the state departments of education, boards of education, and other key stakeholders to influence educational outcomes in both Arizona and Florida. As a thought leader in postsecondary attainment, the Foundation carries out independent research—at Helios and in partnership with strategic stakeholders—that identifies solutions to educational inequity. This enables Helios to ground the Foundation’s investment and policy strategies in research and data, thereby increasing their chance of backing the best approaches and having the greatest impact in preparing students for success in college and in life.
  • Helios Education Campus: Opened in 2021, the 65,000-square-foot, architecturally sophisticated Helios Education Campus enables collaboration, community, and partnership. The Phoenix Campus is home to the Foundation’s main offices and key Arizona education partners Aliento, Education Forward Arizona, and Teach for America–Phoenix. The flagship Vince Roig Convening Center provides state-of-art facilities on the Campus to enable collaboration and partnership among education stakeholders. The Helios Decision Theater, at the center of the Campus, is part of the ASU Helios Decision Center for Educational Excellence, a collaborative partnership between the Foundation and the university. Decision Center centralizes data so that researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and investors can more effectively understand the current education landscape and system and visualize the impact of potential new policies and solutions on education outcomes.

This role is designed for someone who sees communications and engagement as a lever for making a meaningful difference in the education outcomes and opportunities of low -income and under-represented students. Helios Education Foundation seeks a creative and experience d communications strategist with the emotional intelligence to communicate effectively with diverse audiences and to integrate the communications needs of several internal departments into cohesive and impactful external and internal communications strategies, messages, and activities.

The SVP for Communications will:

  • Partner closely with the President in shaping the Foundation’s narrative and identity, including brand management; support executive leadership messaging, talking points, Board relations, partner relations, and media and social media;
  • Collaborate with senior leadership team members to design and execute an annual communications approach aligned with the Foundation’s impact strategy and annual strategic goals for policy, research, and investment;
  • Implement and manage Helios’s external communications strategy at the enterprise level as well as in Arizona and Florida, including message and content development, and collaborations with external partners and grantees;
  • Oversee public relations and media in Arizona and Florida to tell compelling stories, raise Helios’s profile, and accurately position Helios policy, research, and grantees;
  • Implement and manage Helios’s internal communications strategy, including developing messaging to advance organizational culture and change management efforts; keeping team members in both Arizona and Florida informed of important activities and milestones; engaging team members in the evolution of organizational culture;
  • Continually refine Helios’s messages, tone, and voice, ensuring cohesion and coherence across all departments as well as across all platforms, including the website, social platforms, internal communications, external presentations, convenings, media engagements, etc.;
  • Manage the Helios website and serve as the lead on creating fresh content
  • Oversee and provide support for Helios’s social media, including Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and continually identify new ideas to advance Helios’s social media presence;
  • Work with grantees to align their communications with the Foundation’s priorities, especially around stated key drivers of impact, and to support grantee communications needs;
  • Keep abreast of emerging data and trends related to Helios impact areas and follow conversations, opportunities, and issues affecting education equity and factors leading to postsecondary success; and
  • Manage vendor relationships, liaise with internal teams, and work with multiple partners effectively to bring projects to life.


The ideal candidate will

  • Be a seasoned professional in communications and/or strategy development work; knowledge of and experience leading communications within foundations, nonprofit organizations, or policy agencies;
  • Build out and lead a communications team of staff members and consultants;
  • Be an excellent writer and editor with the ability to tell compelling stories, share takeaways and inspire action using clear language; bring a sharp eye for editing content and copywriting; and create content in multiple formats (e.g., longer form articles, social media, speech writing, blog posts, PowerPoint decks, executive memos, etc.) across diverse audiences, including leadership, team members, and external partners and grantees.
  • Possess a passion for educational equity and for eliminating student achievement and degree completion gaps;
  • Demonstrate a successful track record of developing strategic communications approaches and working effectively and inclusively with teams and vendors to steward multi-faceted, organization-wide projects effectively from start to finish;
  • Be skillful in evaluating, anticipating, and managing reputational risks to the Foundation and its leadership;
  • Have experience overseeing visual and editorial quality across various digital platforms, including website and social media channels as well as directing the successful execution of events, annual reports, and internal and external collateral;
  • Demonstrate a proven ability to build relationships and influence outcomes, both with and without formal authority; and
  • Bring creativity, humility, warmth, integrity, empathy, a sense of humor, and a strong work ethic; be willing to continually identify opportunities and ideas to advance the Foundation’s mission.

All inquiries, nominations/referrals, and resumes with cover letters should be sent electronically to the following via

Katie Rockman and Nella Young
Isaacson, Miller
263 Summer Street, Floor 7
Boston, MA 02210

Helios Education Foundation is a diverse and dynamic professional learning organization that values a broad array of backgrounds, knowledge, and expertise. Helios believes that equity is most effectively achieved by teams who are diverse and inclusive, who reflect the communities served, and who are encouraged to generate bold solutions. Helios Education Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer actively committed to building a diverse staff and creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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Program Associate/San Jose and Technology Innovation

Posted August 12, 2022

Knight Foundation

Location: San Jose, California. This is an in office position; local candidates only.
Application deadline: September 16, 2022

Knight Foundation is a national foundation with deep local roots in 26 Knight communities across America, including San Jose. The foundation seeks a full-time associate based in San Jose to support our grantmaking and grants management for our local San Jose program and national Smart Cities program. This is a cross-functional role, reporting to our director/San Jose and our director/national strategy + technology innovation who lead these respective portfolios.

You will also work closely with other colleagues across the foundation, and with grantees, community groups, governments and for-profit companies to help build networks of people and support exploring opportunities.

Key responsibilities:

  • Assist with managing a portfolio of grants to support activities and drive impact;
  • Perform due diligence on proposals and support the development of grant ideas;
  • Use the foundation’s systems and processes (Salesforce, FLUXX, Office 365, Google Docs, Box) to facilitate the workflow;
  • Support community convenings and represent the foundation to grantees; and
  • Represent the foundation to grantees and community partners.

Things we look for in a successful candidate:

  • Effective communications in person, over the phone, via email and through social media;
  • Collaborative nature, especially when approaching work and planning;
  • Desire to drive greater community connectivity and attachment;
  • Ability to support the cultivation and leverage of a diverse network of relationships and contacts;
  • An interest in how businesses work and how strategy is defined and implemented;
  • Comfort working with those who may speak another language; and
  • Interest in technology and the technology industry.

We are social investors who support a more effective democracy by funding free expression and journalism, arts and culture in community, research in areas of media and democracy, and in the success of American cities and towns where the Knight brothers once published newspapers.

Our approach is inclusive and non-partisan; we value freedoms of speech and the press, and we often embrace new and innovative technology to achieve our goals. The qualities we look for are openness to new ideas; courage to push for change; and the expertise and tenacity to achieve the desired results. Tell us what excites you about this opportunity and why you are right for it.

Knight Foundation offers competitive pay and a generous benefits package, collects and monitors COVID-19 vaccination status and is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply: send your resume here.

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Director/Talent Management

Posted August 12, 2022

Knight Foundation
Location: Miami, in office.

You are an experienced organizational development professional, passionate about impacting an environment of learning and high-performance talent. You enjoy working in partnership with others to design and implement scalable solutions that bring out the best in people and organizations.

Using a systems approach, the Director of Talent Management serves as a strategic partner to evolve and reinforce the strategies, structures, processes and culture for the organization. The Director has proven skills in organizational development and can accurately assess needs and apply best practice OD diagnostics, methodology and tools to achieve desired outcomes.

We are social investors who support a more effective democracy by funding free expression and journalism, arts and culture in community, research in areas of media and democracy, and in the success of American cities and towns where the Knight brothers once published newspapers.

Our approach is inclusive and non-partisan; we value freedoms of speech and the press, and we often embrace new and innovative technology to achieve our goals. The qualities we look for are openness to new ideas; courage to push for change; and the expertise and tenacity to achieve the desired results.

These are some of the important skills and experiences required to make an impact in this role:  

  • Ability to bring out the leader in every person;
  • Holistic approach: development that emphasizes education, self-awareness, connections;
  • Collaboration and professionalism: build, manage and leverage relationships with talent, stakeholders, vendors;
  • Design thinking: incorporate the process for innovative problem solving;
  • Influence: engage systems that facilitate trust and improved performance;
  • Facilitation: guide participation in search of knowledge and collaborative solutions;
  • Conduct needs assessments; create/manage curriculum;
  • Communication and writing: proven ability to communicate ideas and insights in person, virtually, and in writing, succinctly and with impact; produce clear, insightful and engaging presentations for a variety of audiences;
  • Technical expertise: competency modeling; full-cycle talent management; change management;
  • Commitment to excellence: first step to continuous improvement;
  • Strong project management skills;
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, agile environment;
  • And, may have an advanced degree in organizational development, business administration, industrial/ organizational psychology, or the like.

The most likely candidates will have consulting and/or professional experience in talent management and learning and development; and are  conversant with stakeholders at all levels about trends and issues that impact the organization and culture.

Are you up for the challenge? Join us and make an impact.

To learn more and apply
: Follow the link provided, submit your resume and in a cover letter tell us what energizes your passion for this work.

Submit your resume and cover letter here 

Knight Foundation offers competitive pay and a generous benefits package, collects and monitors vaccination status and is an equal opportunity employer.                 

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Research and Evaluation Manager

Posted August 12, 2022

The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg (the Foundation) 
: Full Time
Reports to: President and CEO    
Salary Range: $90,000 - $115,000 {FLSA Status: Exempt}

MISSION: We achieve health equity through race equity by listening humbly, learning fearlessly, and leading courageously, impacting systems change.

Position Overview:  

The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg (the Foundation) has a bold mission to achieve health equity through race equity. We advance anti-racist practices and policies to improve the lives of all Pinellas County residents, and our employees are passionate about this shared purpose.  
The Research and Evaluation Manager is responsible for data analysis, research, evaluation and learning initiatives of the Foundation, including funded strategic investments and convenings.  
We are looking for a qualified applicant who is a determined and creative problem solver to work on health and race equity issues. The successful candidate must have experience using quantitative analysis and data visualization software. Experience with Tableau and ArcGIS is highly desired.  
This position is responsible for conducting and/or directing research, identifying research priorities, evaluating outcomes of the Foundation’s strategic areas, and providing evidence-based recommendations to contribute to the delivery of the Foundation’s goals.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Develop and assess programmatic and population-level outcomes. Establish baselines on outcomes for various initiatives and programs and assess impact and improvement in outcomes.
  • Monitor KPIs of strategic initiatives in coordination with project management function.
  • Align research and evaluation with strategic direction and the Mission, Vision, and Values of the Foundation.
  • Identify resources needed to support the Foundation’s research and evaluation function. This may include outsourced service providers or the development of an internal team.
  • Manage internal projects and advise team members on methodologies for prospective research and evaluation projects.  
  • Source the most appropriate external research partners or organizations for specific research projects. Manage external research projects, including scoping the research and defining research methodology or coordinating with a partner or consultant to define scope and methodology.
  • Conduct statistical analyses and evaluation of foundation strategic areas and programmatic data.  
  • Collaborate across community engagement, listening, communications, project management and other Foundation functions.
  • Plan and implement all phases of research and evaluation projects, including design, quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, and reporting.
  • Conduct literature reviews; analyze, summarize, and disseminate research findings to internal and external partners; and write research summaries and reports.
  • Create white papers, articles, reports, dashboards and presentations for consumption by Foundation executive staff, partners and external audiences. Inform and coordinate the annual report and accountability report timely.
  • Identify and provide evidence-based recommendations for program or policy activities, in coordination with the Foundation Team, as appropriate.
  • Present findings visually, orally and in writing, as appropriate, and contribute visual and written materials to reports, publications and proposals. Design and produce charts and graphs that describe and interpret findings, and efficiently and effectively reveal spatial and statistical relationships. Develop briefs, presentations, and reports that describe and interpret findings and provide actionable insights for a variety of audiences. Research best practices for achieving race equity in various sectors. Participate in and/or lead regional or national community of practice of evaluators.
  • Oversee consultants in the analysis of policy and legislative implications for the community.
  • Participate in various coordination and planning efforts with collaborators internal and external to the research and evaluation function.  
  • Respond to ad-hoc research- and evaluation-related queries.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned


  • Graduate degree in public health, epidemiology, health sciences, psychology, data analytics, or related field.  Terminal degree a plus.
  • Experience using quantitative analysis software (e.g., Microsoft Power BI, SAS, SPSS, etc.)
  • Experience using data visualization software (Tableau)  
  • Experience with Qualitative Analysis Software and ArcGIS are highly desired.  
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite of applications, including SharePoint.
  • Experience with project management software (Asana) a plus.
  • Proven ability to work independently as well as in a collaborative team environment.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, in English.
  • Ability to adapt quickly to a changing environment. Possesses strong critical thinking skills with an ability to find new ways of solving old problems.
  • Able to organize, prioritize multiple projects and meet deadlines in a time-sensitive environment.
  • Ability to multi-task and exercise strong time management skills.  
  • Ability to adapt to changing deadlines.
  • Ability to develop good working relationships with internal and external constituents.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule.

To Apply, click here.

Candidates for employment at the FHSP will come into contact with highly confidential data and information about agencies that apply for or are granted funding. This confidentiality requirement of all information related to outside agencies and/or Foundation business is an integral part of the job description and of employment expectations. Anyone involved in sharing confidential information during employment will be terminated for cause.

The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, discipline, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

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Chief Executive Officer

August 9, 2022

The Florida Housing Coalition
Salary: between $150,000 - $200,000, commensurate with experience, and a full benefits package.

The Florida Housing Coalition is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer, to succeed their retiring President/CEO, Jaimie Ross (previously announced).  FHC expects the new CEO to start on or about January 1, 2023.

About The Florida Housing Coalition

  • The Florida Housing Coalition is the premier statewide nonprofit providing training and technical assistance to the public and private sectors on everything related to affordable housing, from ending homelessness to first time home ownership. We are a mature and growing mission-based nonprofit, in operation since 1982.
  • We support community-based organizations on the ground, building capacity, and providing affordable housing program implementation, land use, and development assistance to local, regional, and state government.
  • We advance housing policy at every level of government with a priority on preserving affordable housing in perpetuity.
  • We are the national statewide leader for community land trusts, and are leaders in disaster resilience and recovery, inclusionary housing, adaptive reuse, and racial equity in housing.
  • This position oversees a $2M+ budget and a growing staff of 20+ professionals.

Working at The Florida Housing Coalition  

  • The CEO at the Florida Housing Coalition heads up a diverse team of the best in the business. Our professional staff is comprised of Attorneys at Law and experts in Urban and Regional Planning and Public Administration or related fields. All are self-starters, hardworking, and passionate about our mission.
  • The culture of the organization is collaborative. We work in teams, with plenty of cross-training so that everyone can step in to help others when needed.
  • See our website for all our programs, our staff, and our board.
    • We are headquartered in Tallahassee with offices throughout the state.
    • The professional staff are all attorneys or have advanced level degrees.

Position Description Summary for Chief Executive Officer

  • Ensures that our reputation for excellence is upheld both internally and externally.
  • Uses strong verbal and written communication skills with a commanding presence as the spokesperson for the organization, delivering speeches, talking with media, with agency heads, and legislators.
  • Engages with related industry groups, other statewide entities and critical discussions that impact affordable housing in Florida, including chambers, CDFIs, relevant policy meetings, etc. Keeps the organization ahead of the curve- proactive, more than reactive.  
  • Brings high energy and knowledge to garner respect from within and outside the organization.
  • Responsible for growing the budget through our statewide conference fund raising and garnering financial support for our mission-based initiatives
  • Proven success in fundraising, development, advocacy, and relationship building.
  • Ensures through good management skills that the 20 plus member (and growing) staff loves their work and is working to their full potential.
  • Reports quarterly to a 25-member Board of Directors and monthly to an Executive Committee.
  • Works from the Tallahassee headquarters, at 1311 N.Paul Russell Road, B-201, Tallahassee, FL, 32301


  • The ideal CEO will have a minimum of 10-15 years of experience in some combination of advancing housing policy, public interest or land use law, land use planning, real estate development, government relations, financial institutions, federal agencies, policy, and advocacy, while demonstrating the ability required to lead a non-profit organization.
  • Our preferred candidate will possess an advanced degree in law, urban and regional planning, social work, real estate development or other relevant fields.
  • Proven experience as the lead fundraiser for an organization with a strong record of achievements.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, and a comfort level with presentations both planned and spontaneous. Can effectively relate to individuals of all economic circumstances and diverse backgrounds and expertise.
  • Several years of experience managing contract and grant negotiations with public and private sector partners.
  • Demonstrated strong capabilities leading strategic planning and forward-thinking initiatives.
  • Previous experience and oversight of a large annual conference/event.
  • Participation as an agency representative across various industry and influential groups, sharing expertise and building critical relationships.
  • Deep understanding of housing, economics, advocacy, and financial related services.
  • A self-starter who enjoys a fast pace of work and is willing to roll up their sleeves as needed.
  • Demonstrates resourcefulness in maximizing existing resources, as well as the ability to inspire and articulate the need for their expansion, when appropriate.
  • Flexibility to navigate between strategic direction and operational management.
  • Proven abilities as a leader and manager of a large professional staff.
  • Exhibits an above average knowledge of fiscal management of a large budget.
  • Strong capabilities in marketing, branding, and communications.
  • Must be goal-oriented, decisive, and collaborative.
  • Expected to want to work evenings and weekends, as needed.
  • Project software skills including MS Teams, Excel, MS Office suite.

Please visit our website to read our 2020 Impact Report and view a full job description of the CEO responsibilities.

Florida Housing Coalition

To apply, please submit in confidence: Cover Letter, Resume/CV, three references.
Submit Applications here

Salary range between $150,000 - $200,000, commensurate with experience, and a full benefits package.

The benefits package is generous, including a dental plan with 100% employer paid health care, a retirement plan that contributes 3% of salary irrespective of employee contribution, and plenty of paid time off.

Application deadlines: Applications will be reviewed, and interviews will be scheduled as they are submitted. Preferably all applications should be submitted by August 31. However, the position will remain open until filled.

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Program Manager

August 9, 2022

Community Foundation Tampa Bay
Reports to
: Senior Director, LEAP Tampa Bay College Access Network

Position Summary
The Program Manager is a key professional for the LEAP Tampa Bay College Access Network, which works to help more people complete education and training after high school. A primary strategic initiative of the Foundation, LEAP’s critical work as a regional community convener and thought leader in college attainment has a special focus on equity and serving diverse populations and requires an organized professional manage and impact the outcomes of work of numerous volunteers and working groups. The Manager works closely with the Senior Director and community leaders to be a catalyst for the development of programs and services to move more students toward educational completion. The Manager will communicate directly with volunteer leadership and support their participation; build strong relationships with community partners; and create and support ongoing evaluation/research to inform programs. The Manager will also participate fully in resource development efforts. As part of the overall Community Foundation Tampa Bay (CFTB) team, the position will additionally support CFTB’s broader strategic philanthropic investments, working closely with the Vice President and Senior Director, Community Impact.

LEAP Network Responsibilities (90%)

  • Convene and lead identified LEAP Work Groups in their programmatic discussions, decisions and implementation in pursuit of the overarching network goal. As appropriate, lead large group discussions resulting in program goals and evaluation methods.
  • Manage project deadlines and budgets for identified priorities, preparing financial or evaluation reports and documenting and distributing records of official business.
  • Track tangible and qualitative results from ongoing activities to support network’s storytelling and grant reporting/fund development.
  • Lead marketing and communications efforts on a variety of platforms, through social media posting and overseeing of website development and maintenance
  • Manage the work of communications contractors as necessary.
  • Manage the recruitment and orientation of new community partners onto working groups.
  • Support the network’s calendar of meetings and activities, providing organized documentation of official business as necessary.
  • Represent the LEAP Tampa Bay network at events, as requested.

Foundation Responsibilities (10%):
Provide support for CFTB’s Community Impact activities such as grant selection and distribution, as well as supporting entire Foundation team with events and maintaining cross-sector partnerships.

General Requirements:

  • An organized professional with a Bachelors’ degree required, with 3-5 years related work experience in nonprofits, project management, education, or a related field. A strong combination of education and work experience may substitute for degree requirement.
  • Strategic thinking skills to work seamlessly with volunteer leadership in developing and managing work plans, future agendas, etc.
  • Solid understanding of basic project management skills, like budgeting/financial principles and timelines, as well as task and activity planning and management.
  • Knowledge of the postsecondary education field a plus.
  • Bilingual/Bicultural (English/Spanish) preferred.
  • Ability to execute job duties with a team of co-workers and external constituents.
  • Strong communication skills, with an emphasis on proofreading and attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to effectively exchange or convey information for the purpose of leading discussions with community leaders.
  • Ability to balance short- and long-term work to execute on plans/tasks/goals.
  • Ability to work occasional nights and weekends and travel within our five-county service area.
  • Knowledge of the Tampa Bay community as well nonprofit issues a plus.

Technology Requirements:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, primarily Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
  • Strong familiarity and experience with video meeting platforms, such as Zoom and Teams.
  • Experience with Social Media platforms: Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook.
  • Working knowledge of databases, with Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce a plus.

LEAP Tampa Bay transforms lives by leveraging the power of community collaboration to accelerate personal, workforce, and community prosperity through education.

LEAP Tampa Bay is a network of more than 60 community partners committed to changing lives by connecting residents to education and training beyond high school. A cross-sector network convened to promote their community-wide commitment to college access and attainment, LEAP leaders use a collective impact model of collaboration to guide coordinated need- based strategies by partners from across business, education, government and non-profits. All the work is geared at increasing attainment of high-quality college degrees and career and technical training credentials to help build Tampa Bay’s workforce talent base. LEAP intentionally seeks equity in education so all people have the opportunity for economic prosperity. For more information, visit

Building a Better Community Through Creative Philanthropy, Vision and Leadership

The Community Foundation Tampa Bay has been growing philanthropy in the Tampa Bay region for more almost three decades. Across Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Citrus counties, we work with donors to identify and support those initiatives and organizations that improve the quality of life in our community.

Equal Employment Opportunity
It is our policy to provide an equal employment opportunity to all individuals. We are committed to a diverse workforce. We value all employees’ talents and support an environment that is inclusive and respectful. CFTB will not tolerate discrimination, including harassment, in the workplace. CFTB does not discriminate against anyone based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, physical or mental disability, protected veteran or military status, genetic information or any other trait that is protected under local, state or federal law.

To Apply: Interested individuals should submit resume, cover letter, references (two business and one personal) and salary history HERE
NOTE: Please put the job title for this position in the subject header of your email. No phone calls or faxes. Submissions will not be considered without a cover letter.

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Senior Development Officer

Posted July 28, 2022

United Way Miami
Location: Miami, FL
Classification: Full Time

Develop and build relationships in the community to address the health and human service needs of the community through United Way Miami.  Develop and maintain various fundraising initiatives to include corporate, employee and individual fundraising.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Execution of the fundraising campaign process that consists of but is not limited to:
    • campaign strategizing, volunteer recruitment and management
    • individual and group solicitations
    • individual and account cultivation, management and customer service
    • active promotion of corporate giving, individual giving, Leadership giving, planned giving, volunteerism, sponsorships, and labor participation (where applicable).
  • Manage an account portfolio to include goal setting, donor stewardship and cultivation, individual solicitations. Responsible for developing campaign and donor communications.
  • Responsible for conducting public speaking sessions for organizations, events and donors.
  • Data management- strategically implement reports into the fundraising approach, utilization of United Way’s customer relationship management tool, Andar, maintain data quality and integrity.
  • Work closely with team members including administrative, marketing and engagement teams. 
  • Manage a young professional giving community to include event planning, volunteer management, solicitations, development of proposals, reporting, meeting organization and donor cultivation and stewardship.


Education Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree

Experience Requirements:
Three to five years’ experience in sales presentation skills, account management, fundraising and volunteer management.

To apply, click here.

UWM is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace, to view our EEO statement, Drug-Free policy and Summary of Benefits, please visit our Career site homepage (bottom section).

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Engagement & Initiatives Associate

Posted July 27, 2022

Jacksonville Public Education Fund
FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt  
Reports to: Vice President

About the Organization
The Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF) is an independent think-and-do tank that believes in the potential of all students. We work tirelessly to close the opportunity gap for low-income students and students of color. We convene educators, school system leaders and the community to pilot and scale evidence-based solutions that advance school quality in Duval County.

JPEF has a highly engaged and diverse board, significant fiscal resources and talented staff to drive the work of the organization. The fast-paced and entrepreneurial organization has more than a decade-long track record of helping the school district to significantly improve outcomes for students through innovative, communityfocused, and data-driven solutions.
Position Summary

The Associate of Engagement and Initiatives is a proactive, detail-oriented professional that (1) assists with preparation and planning, onsite execution and follow-up from events and initiatives that celebrate and build the capacity of Duval County educators and stakeholders advocating on their behalf; (2); manages a tracking system for reports/updates from teachers, school leaders, parents and partners who receive grant funding from JPEF; and (3) provides administrative support to the engagement and initiatives staff.  The Associate of Engagement and Initiatives plays a critical role as a thought-partner and member of the JPEF team in its work to ensure programmatic events and initiatives are delivered with high quality in pursuit of the organization’s
goals and priorities.

JPEF hosts a number of gatherings and events (ranging from 20-1,000 people) throughout the year to support strategic investments such as EDTalks + Action, the EDDY Awards, a time-honored tradition to celebrate and elevate education excellence in Duval County, including the recognition of Duval County Teachers of the Year. The Associate will manage logistics for Teacher of the Year events, educator leadership sessions, and parent
and community advocate meetings. In addition, JPEF co-hosts social gatherings with current and prospective
supporters as desired to advance the mission of the organization.

Reporting to the Vice President, the Associate will work closely with other JPEF staff members to advance JPEF’s goals and strategies; ensure the alignment of our efforts; engage in collaborative learning planning and action; measure impact and make continuous improvements.
Event Planning and Logistics (45%)

  • Drive project management process for event logistics, including preparation and planning, publicity, day-of logistics, managing RSVP lists, etc., such as for EDTalks + Action, the EDDY Awards, Teachers of the Year orientation, Teacher Leadership summits, School Leadership Initiative gatherings with principals, and JPEF convenings for nonprofit partners, etc.
      • Support partners to plan and execute the orientation and graduation of parent leaders from Parents Who Lead.
  • Provide support in securing in-kind contributions for JPEF programmatic events and activities.
  • Coordinate and manage vendor relationships supporting JPEF programmatic events and activities.
  • Troubleshoot, when needed, to support successful outcomes of programmatic events, whether virtual or in-person.
  • Maintain programmatic event timelines and calendar for progress updates among the JPEF team.
  • Foster and maintain strong relationships with external stakeholders, including donors, supporters and partners during event planning and execution.
  • Develop promotional materials that support programmatic event registration and awareness in collaboration with the Director of Marketing and Communications. 
  • Compile data and impact stories to support timely and high-quality grant reporting.
  • Supervise programmatic volunteers.

Grant Administration Tracking (25%)

  • Monitor, organize and manage incoming educator and stakeholder grant applications for JPEF awarded funding opportunities.Prepare and collect grant agreements in collaboration with the Director, Finance and Administration and other relevant JPEF staff.
  • Establish and maintain a tracking system for efficiency in collecting grant reports and updates from teachers, principals, parents and partners who were awarded JPEF funding.
  • Follow up with grantees to ensure timely submission of grant reports.
  • Capture information from grant reports for impact success stories.

Administrative Support (30%)

  • Assist in preparing meeting materials to support JPEF Convening and Strategic Initiative strategies, including 1000 by 2025, READ JAX, EDDYs Selection Committee meetings, and other initiative-focused meetings.
  • Organize and help manage programmatic calendar (meetings and project timelines).
  • Develop internal processes and systems to help strengthen efficiency, monitor work plan goals and progress; and foster interconnections among the team.
  • Actively participate in internal meetings, work sessions and retreats with a focus on collaborating cross-functionally, strategizing and evaluating effectiveness.
  • Support other program efforts as overall JPEF strategies or priorities dictate.   


  • Education/Career Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Minimum of three years of experience in event planning, program implementation or related experience required.  Nonprofit experience a plus.  

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities  

  • Relevant experience managing and building relationships with diverse stakeholders and groups.  
  • Exceptional research skills and attention to detail in the execution of tasks.
  • Proven ability to work with limited supervision and successfully with a team.
  • A high level of individual initiative and creativity.
  • Familiarity with nonprofit best practices, tools and techniques for executing successful events.
  • Outstanding persuasive writing skills and excellent oral communication skills.  
  • Ability to maintain and respect the sensitive, private, and confidential nature of information related to grants, donors, advisors, and the organization.  
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize deliverables and handle unanticipated demands and requests.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, a collaborative style, ability to engage colleagues at all levels
  • Confidence to work internally and externally with various leaders, partners, staff and consultants to support the organization’s efforts.
  • Experience and comfort working with Microsoft 365 (Outlook, Office applications, Teams), Adobe Acrobat Pro, online communications tools (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and various web-based applications.

Additional Qualifications

  • Clear commitment to the importance of providing a high-quality public education for all students in Jacksonville, particularly historically under-served student populations.
  • Ability to thrive in an entrepreneurial, start-up like environment.
  • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, deadline- and goal-driven organization.
  • Excitement and openness to continued learning and development.
  • Knowledge of Jacksonville is preferred, but not required.  

Salary and Benefits
Salary for this position is competitive and depends on prior experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package including employer-paid health, dental, vision and life insurance is included, along with significant leave time and a matched 401(k) retirement plan.

Commitment to Diversity
The Jacksonville Public Education Fund encourages individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds to apply for this position. We are committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization, as we want to engage all those who can contribute to this effort.

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter and résumé in PDF format here with the subject line “Associate, Engagement & Initiatives. ” Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 

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