Our Job Board is for job openings within Florida's grantmaking field and related areas. A notice will remain online for 30-days, but can be renewed for an additional 30-days at the same rate. FPN members can post a job posting free of charge. Nonmembers will need to pay a $100 fee. Payment needs to be received in full before the career posting is uploaded to the web site.
To submit the job posting, email us with the position's description and who to contact for inquiries.
Pinellas Education Foundation
Location: Hybrid remote in Largo, FL
Pinellas Education Foundation is a nationally recognized, dynamic non-profit organization committed to transforming students’ lives, empowering them to achieve their full potential, and providing teachers with the resources they need to excel in the classroom. We are looking for our next team member who wants to contribute to making a difference for students in Pinellas County. Our mission only happens when we have great talent working collaboratively. The Staff Accountant Position will be responsible for managing, maintaining accurate financial records, ensuring compliance with accounting standards, and contributing to the overall success of the Foundation.
Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance, solid understanding of GAAP, 1-3 years relevant accounting experience, and non-profit experience preferred.
Interested applicants should email cover letter and resume to Jane.Soltys@pinellaseducation.org. Please include in the subject line "Staff Accountant".
Florida Philanthropic Network
Location: Remote (Must be a FL resident)
Florida Philanthropic Network is a statewide association of grantmakers working to strengthen philanthropy through research, education and public policy. The Manager, Grants and Administration works directly with the VP, of Program and Strategic Initiatives as well as the President and CEO to manage and coordinate the organization’s grants management process as well as administrative support as needed. This position will manage the organization’s portfolio of grants, contracts, payment schedules, and reporting requirements. This position will also help to coordinate grantee meetings and convenings. This position requires you to travel to meetings and events around the state of Florida as needed.
Qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree, minimum two years of experience using the software Foundant, experience with database management, minimum of two years of non-profit experience, and excellent administrative skills, with a preference for database management.
Interested applicants, please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted November 27, 2023
Florida College Access Network (FCAN)
Location: Tampa, FL
FCAN seeks to hire a dynamic programs and events manager with a passion for organizing programs and convenings designed to improve college and career readiness, access, and completion for Florida students, especially students traditionally underrepresented in higher education. This position reports to the Executive Director. Responsibilities include leading the planning and development of FCAN-hosted convenings, meetings, conferences, forums, training workshops, webinars, and other events, including the annual FCAN summit, and developing and implementing event planning timelines and activities in partnership with FCAN staff, partners, and consultants. Other responsibilities include managing presenter protocols, managing relationships with consultants, vendors, speakers, event partners, and other service providers, and overseeing the procurement of event space, food coordination, supplies, signage, and other event needs. The Program and Events Manager will also co-lead FCAN's statewide College Ready Florida initiatives, supervise program staff in the development of program strategies, resources, and trainings, and support strategy development and implementation of communications/marketing plans to promote FCAN events, FCAN statewide initiatives, and the FCAN brand.
Interested applicants, please apply here.
Posted November 21, 2023
Easterseals South Florida
Location: Miami, FL
The President & CEO will be joining at a pivotal period marked by great institutional opportunity, need, and positive momentum from a programming, reputation, and historical community standpoint. Leveraging the existing strengths in place while propelling the organization forward, the new President & CEO will play a critical role in enhancing the visibility and support for this outstanding service provider that has been helping families live with dignity, respect, and independence for over 80 years.
To this end, the President & CEO will support programmatic leadership, build stakeholder relationships, and effectively articulate the vision, mission and work to all community, current, and potential funders to expand the overall reach. With the support of an extremely capable, accomplished, and dedicated team, the President & CEO is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations, ensuring a sustainable funding model is in place, and providing strategic leadership and direction in delivering on the ESSF mission. Working with a tremendously supportive Board, the CEO must work to maintain and continue to raise the quality of programs and services offered, increase
the number of people served, and expand sources of revenue with a focus on individual and corporate giving.
Qualifications include, but are not limited to: bachelor's degree or higher, 10+ years of progressively responsible strategic leadership experience overseeing business and financial operations of a nonprofit organization, and proven management, business, and financial acumen within an organization of similar scale of complexity and funding models.
Interested and qualified candidates are welcome to submit a cover letter and resume to: EastersealsSF_CEO@kornferry.com.
Posted November 16, 2023
Florida State University
Location: Tallahassee, FL
The College of Nursing seeks a passionate, intellectually curious, and entrepreneurial Director of Development, College of Nursing (Director of Development) to strategically design and execute a personal solicitation program resulting in philanthropic support by maximizing the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospects for gifts of $50,000 and up level. The candidate will identify, qualify, and cultivate new individual prospects in an environment where the prospective donor constituency is not immediately obvious. This individual will secure, on an annual basis, private support at the major gift level ($50,000+) and will also be responsible for identification of potential new major gift prospects (individuals, corporations, and foundations). This individual will be expected to uphold and exemplify the operating practices and mission of the FSU Foundation.
The successful candidate will partner with Dean Wang, Associate Vice President of Advancement, Principal Gifts, and other members of the College of Nursing’s development, communication, and alumni engagement team to develop and execute strategic fundraising initiatives on behalf of the College, the University, and FSU’s Division of University Advancement.
Please send confidential inquiries and applications directly to Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC via e-mail at FloridaState-Nursing@glfreeman.com.
Posted November 9, 2023
Gulf Coast Community Foundation
Location: Sarasota, FL
Salary: $150,000 - $185,000
The Vice President of Philanthropy is responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring all development efforts for Gulf Coast in partnership with our donors. This is a strategic leadership role as part of Gulf Coast’s Leadership Team, responsible for developing and executing fundraising strategies that identify and build relationships with current donors, prospective donors and professional advisors through outreach, networking, research, engagement, and referrals. Working in collaboration with the President/CEO, the Vice President of Philanthropy plays a pivotal part in the development and oversight of the strategic direction, plan execution and achievement of annual goals associated with donors and overall revenue growth.
Requirements include a Bachelor's degree, with Master's degree in law, business, or finance preferred. A minimum of five years’ experience working with donors and professional advisors to inspire philanthropy, experience with staff management, and experience in developing and managing programs and resources in a dynamic and growing organization requiring interacting with a board are required. Financial, legal, and/or charitable estate planning experience is preferred.
Please send resumes to email@example.com.
Posted November 9, 2023
Location: Fort Myers, FL
Reporting directly to the President and CEO, Dawn Belamarich, the Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO) will manage a department with a portfolio of major gift prospects, donors and funders to be charged with identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding prospects and donors in the Southwest Florida counties of Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry, and Glades, and beyond. The CPO will leverage regional impact to pipeline for national donors and funding opportunities. The CPO will work closely with the CEO, executive team, and trustees to implement a donor-centric model of philanthropy where donor interests are matched with community needs and system change objectives through a suite of services including unrestricted funds, donoradvised funds, field of interest funds, organizational affiliations, planned giving, and grants and contracts
from local, regional and national funders. The CPO will also help develop strategies for outreach programs and events in Southwest Florida that align with the fundraising
strategy. The CPO will need a concrete understanding of how to bridge traditional fundraising efforts to new ways of giving and to scale resources to achieve the long-term vision.
Please send resumes to HR@Collaboratory.org.