Job Board

Florida Philanthropic Network's Jobs Board lists job openings in Florida's grantmaking field and related areas.

If you would like to submit a job posting, email us at info@fpnetwork.org with a description of the job and who to contact for inquiries. Members and nonmembers are welcome to submit open job postings.  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.

Action Research MANAGER

Posted October 14, 2021
Lauderhill, FL

This position is responsible for implementing emancipatory, critical, and/or participatory action research and evaluation processes for CSC funded programs, community initiatives, and child serving system partnerships. Position will delineate guiding principles and practices that support emancipatory, critical, and/or participatory action research and evaluation and provide training, education and facilitation of the principles and practices for CSC staff, providers, and community members. Position will communicate key findings, lessons and recommendations based on the evaluation and research. Additionally, this position will work collaboratively with co-researchers to implement actionable results and/or solutions yielded from research inquiries.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Co-design and support emancipatory, critical, and/or participatory action research and evaluation projects. Cultivate collaborative relationships with co-researchers, including provider staff, program participants, community stakeholders, and community residents to support meaningful change efforts based on research findings.
  • Convene and facilitate various levels of CSC staff, community members, system professionals, and other stakeholders on evaluation and research projects with a critical and/or emancipatory framework. 
  • Connect research process and findings with community and system equity efforts and innovation.
  • Initiate and coordinate system of care enhancements and improvements and identify strategies to address unmet needs based on evaluation and research results.
  • Analyze and assess grant application content relative to the goals, scope, and priorities of the Council. Prepare information for the Council, as well as external organizations and agencies.
  • Conduct literature reviews to identify best or promising practices, benchmarks, outcome measures and model programs. Collaborate with other CSC staff as appropriate to write Request for Proposal (RFP) documents.
  • Prepare written reports presenting findings and results of analyzed data both visually and in narrative form for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Leverage quantitative and qualitative data to advance the research and evaluation work. 
  • Determine and implement procedures to increase and maintain data integrity related to outcome measurement. Conduct training, technical assistance, and program monitoring on site to improve and maintain quality of data collection and reporting and promote continuous learning and quality improvement.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with other departments where appropriate, to ensure that CSC resources are fully utilized to co-create equity and promote quality services.
  • Follow federal and state laws, in addition to implementing programs, policies and procedures in accordance with CSC’s priorities.  
  • Conduct oneself in the best interest of the County’s constituents and in support of the CSC’s mission statement.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Education or Public Administration and five (5) years or more of relevant emancipatory/critical/participatory action evaluation and research experience in communities and/or human services programs, OR Associate’s degree in Social Sciences, Education or Public Administration and seven (7) years or more of relevant emancipatory/critical/participatory action evaluation and research experience in communities and/or human services programs. Master’s or Doctorate degree with emancipatory/critical/participatory action research focus or related area and experience preferred.
  • Ability to communicate effectively using a race equity lens, both orally and in writing, in situations involving collaboration, negotiation, technical skills and coaching with diverse groups.
  • Knowledgeable in research design and qualitative analysis methods, as well as current computing technologies and software applications (e.g., NVIVO, Tableau, Excel) appropriate to the position’s job responsibilities.
  • Must possess valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance or have other means to enable travel locally and non-locally, including getting to work and going to other locations during the day for meetings, etc.

Physical Demands & Working Conditions: 

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
  • The employee performs work in a normal office setting within a reasonable environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to perform local and non-local travel.

To apply for this position, please visit the following link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=e6dc0f2d-2583-43cb-b64e-f315f48f65ed&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=428786&source=CC2&lang=en_US

Cover letters and resumes for this position will be accepted until 5:00 PM EST on Friday, October 29, 2021 via the link above

Research and Evaluation MANAGER

Posted October 11, 2021
Lauderhill, FL

This position is responsible for helping to develop and implement the CSC’s research, analysis and evaluation projects.  Specifically, this position will work on program and outcome evaluations, identification of best practices, benchmarking, community indicator research, needs assessments and strategic planning, and survey development and analysis.   This position will work collaboratively with other CSC staff, as well as all relevant external organizations and agencies.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct background literature searches to identify best practices, benchmarks, outcome measures and model programs.  Collaborate with other CSC staff as appropriate to write Request for Proposal (RFP) documents. 
  • Design and develop program outcome measures and evaluations based on prior program performance and identified best practices.  Analyze impact on community indicators and identify systemic barriers.
  • Statistically analyze the outcome performance of funded programs and community and participant data relevant to the service delivery impact and larger system of care.
  • Design, validate, administer, and analyze internal and external surveys. 
  • Collect and analyze qualitative data such as semi-structured interviews, focus groups, and written open-ended surveys.
  • Prepare written reports presenting findings and results of analyzed data both visually and in narrative form for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Determine and implement procedures to increase and maintain data integrity. Conduct training, technical assistance, and program monitoring on site.   
  • Conduct pilot tests on outcome measures.
  • Support strategic planning processes internally and externally.   Identify internal processes and ways to improve them. 
  • Determine the availability of children’s services and the prevalence of problems so that gaps can be identified.
  • Follow federal and state laws, in addition to implementing programs, policies and procedures in accordance with CSC’s priorities.  
  • Conduct oneself in the best interest of the County’s constituents and in support of the CSC’s mission statement.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Education, Business or Public Administration and five (5) years or more of relevant experience in evaluation and research, preferably in human services, OR Associate’s degree in Social Sciences, Education, Business or Public Administration and seven (7) years or more relevant experience in evaluation and research, preferably in human services. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Knowledgeable in research design as well as descriptive and inferential statistical analysis methods.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Knowledge of current computing technologies and software applications (e.g., SPSS, NVIVO, Tableau, Excel) appropriate to the position’s job responsibilities.
  • Must possess valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance or have other means to enable travel locally and non-locally, including getting to work and going to other locations during the day for meetings.

Physical Demands & Working Conditions:

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
  • The employee performs work in a normal office setting within a reasonable environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to perform local and non-local travel.

To apply for this position, please visit the following link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=e6dc0f2d-2583-43cb-b64e-f315f48f65ed&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=428246&source=CC2&lang=en_US

Cover letters and resumes for this position will be accepted until 5:00 PM EST on Friday, October 22, 2021 via the link above

ProgramS MANAGER

Posted October 11, 2021
Lauderhill, FL

This position is responsible for administering contracts for various programs and services targeting children and families throughout the County.  This includes (but is not limited to) researching, developing and reviewing Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and other procurements, contract and budget negotiation and execution, monitoring services to ensure compliance and high quality, assisting providers to improve the quality of service delivery, making recommendations, analyzing data and preparing reports, etc.

Major Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and develop bid solicitations concerning children’s services.   This includes coordinating information from various sources and using best practices methods within the solicitation.
  • Develop executed contracts, and corresponding budgets, between CSC and provider agencies (non-profits, for-profits and governmental entities) through review, analysis and negotiation.
  • Monitor funding utilization and review provider invoices to ensure compliance.
  • Analyze and assess grant application content relative to the goals, scope and priorities of the Council.  Prepare information for the Council, as well as external organizations and agencies.
  • Analyze, evaluate and make recommendations for various programs and services to ensure programmatic compliance. Develop reports or databases to track information and performance as well as utilize available databases (SAMIS, Laserfiche, etc.) to provide information and analysis.
  • Provide technical assistance and training to providers to improve quality of service delivery. Visit and monitor community and institutional facilities and programs to determine that the process of service delivery is in compliance with the contract and promotes quality improvement.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with other departments where appropriate, to ensure that CSC resources are fully utilized to promote quality service.
  • Actively participate in community committees and work groups to ensure CSC-funded programs align with current community needs and enhances related systems of care.
  • Answer inquiries from the assigned programs concerning purchases of services and administrative and financial procedures and practices.
  • Follow federal and state laws, in addition to implementing programs, policies and procedures in accordance with CSC’s priorities.  
  • Conduct oneself in the best interest of the County’s constituents and in support of the CSC’s mission statement.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Education, or Public Administration and five (5) years or more of relevant experience in human services programs with a minimum of 2 years of supervisory program management experience OR Associate’s degree in Social Sciences, Education, or Public Administration and ten (10) years or more relevant experience in human services programs with a minimum of 2 years of supervisory program management experience.  Master’s degree and experience working with various types of programs for children and families preferred, i.e. child welfare, family support, youth development, behavioral health, special needs and delinquency diversion. 
  • Specialized knowledge in a particular children’s services arena.

  • Knowledgeable about contracts and awards relating to various children’s services programs.

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, in situations involving collaboration, negotiation, technical skills and performance coaching.  

  • Knowledge about government procurement processes and contract management practices.

  • Knowledge of current computing technologies and software applications appropriate to the position’s job responsibilities.

  • Must possess valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance or have other means to enable travel locally and non-locally, including getting to work and going to other locations during the day for meetings, etc.

Physical Demands & Working Conditions: 

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
  • The employee performs work in a normal office setting within a reasonable environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to perform local and non-local travel.

To apply for this position, please visit the following link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=e6dc0f2d-2583-43cb-b64e-f315f48f65ed&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=428245&source=CC2&lang=en_US

Cover letters and resumes for this position will be accepted until 5:00 PM EST on Friday, October 22, 2021 via the link above

Program Evaluation Analyst

Posted October 1, 2021
Miami, FL

Our Learning and Impact (L&I) team seeks an intellectually curious and data driven researcher, a process-oriented project manager and a detail-focused administrator to advance and support the department’s investments in original and independent research and grant assessments. You will report directly to the vice president of Learning and Impact.

The Learning and Impact team leads the foundation in cultivating and applying insights through assessments and research. We assess our investments to understand their impact and to monitor progress on our grant assumptions, goals, and equity and inclusion. By doing this, we aim to further the impact, guide our future investments and, through shared knowledge, assist grantees and others in the fields where we work. We commission original research and support independent research to add to the general understanding of the present and future of informed and engaged communities.

You will play a critical role in better understanding the opportunities and challenges our fields and communities face and you will leverage that knowledge to support the future vision and strategy of Knight’s programs.

Key Responsibilities:

  •  Lead small assessments and support large research projects, including assisting in the procurement and project management of work completed by external firms.
  • Assist the vice president in planning, managing and improving team operations, including budgeting and workload planning.
  • Collect, analyze, and share data from Knight’s grant making system, grantees, staff and external sources.
  • Perform the research and data analysis required to recommend thoughtful courses of action to leadership.
  • Partner with the communications team to distribute and present research.
  • Facilitate the timely flow of information by liaising and partnering with other foundation departments.

Things we look for in a successful candidate:

  •  Believes in Knight Foundation’s mission.
  • Applies intellectual horsepower to concepts and complexity.
  • Several years of demonstrated mastery in data analysis, research and developing presentations.
  • Ability to assist in scoping projects, developing schedules, holding vendors accountable and to execute on multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Relates well to and builds rapport with colleagues at all levels of the organization, vendors and grantees of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
  • Learns quickly when facing new problems and enjoys the challenge of unfamiliar tasks.
  • Uses rigorous logic, methods and honest analysis to solve difficult problems.
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills.

Knight Foundation is a national foundation with strong local roots. We invest in journalism, in the arts, and in the success of cities where brothers John S. and James L. Knight once published newspapers. Our goal is to foster informed and engaged communities, which we believe are essential for a healthy democracy.

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. 

Send your resume to: recruiter@kf.org.  For more on Knight Foundation, visit www.kf.org. Knight Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.


Programs Associate

Posted October 1, 2021
Miami, FL

The Miami Foundation is hiring for a Programs Associate to join the Community Investment Team. The 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 Programs Associate plays a key role in managing grantmaking, grantee monitoring, engaging with the nonprofit community, and managing nonprofits’ participation in the Foundation’s annual Give Miami Day event. This Associate will serve as a resource for broad knowledge about local nonprofits, Foundation grantees, and the important community issues they address in Greater Miami. The position reports to the Managing Director of Community Investments.

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 Programs Associate plays a key role in managing grantmaking, grantee monitoring, engaging with the nonprofit community, and managing nonprofits’ participation in the Foundation’s annual Give Miami Day event. This Associate will serve as a key resource for broad knowledge about local nonprofits, Foundation grantees, and the important community issues they address in Greater Miami. Reports to the Managing Director of Community Investments.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develops extensive knowledge of nonprofits in Greater Miami; conducts frequent meetings with organizations to learn about they are serving our community.
  • Serves as the Department’s lead staff member on the year-round process of nonprofit engagement in Give Miami Day each November; coordinates nonprofit registration (800+) on the platform and outreach, education and support for the nonprofit community.
  • Manages and supports various grants programs at the Foundation, working with the Programs team and the community to shape guidelines and applications, release and promote funding opportunities to nonprofits, and conduct the proposal review process.
  • Communicates with applicants regarding questions about Foundation’s funding opportunities and processes, and provides guidance on developing proposals that align with the Foundation’s priorities.
  • Develops grant recommendations working with staff, external review committees and Department leadership staff; prepares recommendation materials for Staff and Board leadership.
  • Manages the Foundation’s online grants management systems including the tracking of grant agreements, the schedule of reporting deadlines and monitoring of grantee compliance.
  • Conducts research as needed on community issues and organizations to inform grantmaking and other Foundation activities.
  • Maintains well-organized digital filing systems and ensures the Foundation’s database for managing constituent records is kept up to date.
  • Maintains effective relationships with our fundholders, working in close coordination with the Foundation’s Development Department team to create recommendations for our Fundholders and donor prospects abouteffective nonprofits working on issues of interest.
  • Handles general inquiries from nonprofits, grantees, the general public
  • Assists other team members or Foundation departments as needed and other duties as assigned.
Essential Qualities
  • Love for Miami – The Miami Foundation team works hard every day to build a better, stronger Miami. We look tofind team members that have a strong desire to develop a deep understanding of Greater Miami and the nonprofits that help power our community.
  • 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-qualitycustomer service and ability to work with diverse stakeholders. Excellent writing and grammar skills and generalcommunications abilities written and verbal.
  • Unwavering solution orientation – This role demands exceptional attention to detail and accuracy, adherence todeadlines, and being proactive in identifying solutions. We need someone with a strong ability to think ahead, takeinitiative, work both independently and collaborate with other.
  • Willingness to do it all -  Excellent abilities to organize and prioritize multiple tasks, problem solve, anticipatewhat’s needed next and manage time to deliver the highest quality work on time.
  • 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
  • Experience working in a programmatic role in the nonprofit/foundation/public sector in Greater Miami for 2+ years
  • 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
  • Multilingual is a plus
  • Experience in working with constituent management databases, specifically the Blackbaud suite of products, is aplus
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.

Specifics
  • Status: Full Time, Exempt
  • Salary: $42K - $55K, commensurate with experience and qualifications
  • 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.

Please submit resume and cover letter to hr@miamifoundation.org.

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. 

DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR - United Arts of Central Florida

Posted on September 24, 2021
Orlando, FL

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

United Arts of Central Florida, a $9+ million nonprofit with a 32‐year established history in the four‐county Metro Orlando region, is looking for a database administrator to join our Development team. The Database Administrator develops and maintains our Raisers Edge development database including base definition, structure, documentation, operations and security; sets up master files and ensures accuracy and completeness of all data; and protects integrity of data using proper security controls. The database administrator enters data from source documents into the Raisers Edge database; verifies information is correct and
makes changes where necessary. This position is responsible for report writing and data mining; running routine reports and performing related clerical duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Data Entry

  • Daily accurate input and tracking of donors’ pledges and payments
  • Maintain donor information and coding to ensure proper list pulls
  • Runs acknowledgment letters and receipts according to organization policies
  • Print ArtsCards for select donors
  • Must complete monthly data entry in time for each monthly close

Fundraising Support

  • Collaborative Campaign support
  • Generate and email campaign acknowledgment reports to participating organizations per agreed schedule
  • Generate Campaign Comparison report for development team
  • Field questions from participating organizations and donors on administrative

Collaborative Campaign related matters

  • Campaign partner support for specialized pledge form templates
  • Template support for development (online giving data mail merges)
  • Generate custom reports for development staff
  • Generate custom reports for partner agencies, as needed

General Fundraising

  • Work with development staff to select and segment lists for mailings
  • Pull lists, merge and print letters
  • Work with development and communication to generate and segment email lists for email campaigns
  • Manage fulfillment of donor benefits on a timely and accurate basis including printing and distribution of United ArtsCards
  • Participate in development meetings, as needed

Reporting, Mailing Lists

  • Support development and finance departments with report writing support
    • Create reports to analyze donor behavior.
    • Create reports to support finance functions
    • Work with development staff to evaluate performance of development strategies, project execution and campaign
    • performance.
  • Coordinate with CFO on month‐end and year‐end close of database per an established schedule
  • Prepare special event and direct mail mailing labels and lists
  • Orlando Arts magazine –
    • Manage list of UA constituents and VIP lists to receive magazine
    • Preparing bi‐monthly Orlando Arts magazine mailing list to publisher (Winter Park Publishing)
    • Distribute email to cultural groups regarding editorial deadlines for season preview issue.
  • Oversee the execution of development direct mail projects, including List Services –
    • Draft reports for each developmental mailing,
    • Produce mailing lists based on criteria set by the Director of Development
  • Recognition List – work with development and communications to create donor recognition list for annual report. Format list for distribution to Campaign partners.

Other
As an integral part of the team, this position must raise questions, suggest improvements, adhere to deadlines and communicate when issues arise.
Other tasks as required.

WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
  • Three or more years of demonstrated development database administration experience with increasing responsibility utilizing
  • Blackbaud Raisers Edge software;
  • Demonstrated understanding of complex data entry and reporting capabilities of Raisers Edge; Demonstrated understanding of complex data entry and reporting capabilities of Raisers Edge; including proficiency in entering and reporting on split‐fund donations.
  • Knowledge of Import‐o‐Matic, including import template creation
  • Intermediate to advanced user in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook; must be able to do advanced mail merges, data extraction and sorting, and data importing and exporting between a structured database to and from Excel.
  • Intermediate to advanced math skills; must be able to add, subtract, divide, multiply, and work with fractions, percentages, and averages, both on a calculator and in Excel;
  • Superior written and oral communication skills;
  • Ability to deal effectively with a wide range of people and situations;
  • Ability to work in a team environment;
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize and manage diverse activities, and advance numerous projects concurrently;
TRAVEL AND OTHER
  • Must have reliable car and current US driver’s license
  • Travel is less than 10% of the position
  • Must be able to lift 30 lbs.
  • Must be vaccinated for Covid‐19 with proper documentation
  • Position is part of a development team and requires collaboration across marketing, development and finance. Position offers hybrid work culture with a balance of both remote and in office weekly plans
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

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

Application Requirements:

The pay range for this position is $46,000 ‐ $50,000 annually. Compensation is commensurate with experience.
United Arts’ benefits include: medical, dental, life, long‐ and short‐term disability, employee 401K, and paid vacation, sick and holiday time.

Please include a cover letter describing your experience as it relates to the requirements of this position and why you are interested in it.  Please email your cover letter and resume to: HR@unitedarts.cc, or fax to 407‐628‐9110. The position will remain open until it is filled.

United Arts is a drug‐free, smoke‐free EOE.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, United Arts will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

Grants Accountant - Community Foundation Tampa Bay

Posted on September 21, 2021
Tampa Bay, FL

Summary:  This role will be responsible for administering grants and the maintenance of the Foundation’s grant management software.  In addition, the Grants Accountant is responsible for the accounting functions related to cash receipts and disbursements.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.

  • Responsible for the processing of grant requests ensuring full compliance with the Foundation’s policies and procedures.   
  • Prepares semi-annual distribution schedules for endowment grant payments.  
  • Assists with the day-to-day, month-end, and year end operations of the Finance team.  
  • Review and process invoices for payment.  
  • Performs the weekly processing and recording of accounts payable and grants payments.  
  • Performs monthly reconciliations and analysis of general ledger accounts.
  • Records adjusting and reclassification journal entries, as needed, on a monthly basis.  
  • Provide support to annual audit and tax return preparation.  
  • Assists in the preparation of financial reports and analysis as requested.  
  • Assists with quarterly fund statement distribution.  
  • Responsible for entering and maintaining fund records, including accounting system setup.  
  • Participates in special projects in cooperation with the Controller, CFO, and others.  
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualification/Requirements
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret technical, financial and legal documents.  Ability to respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers and the general public.  Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers or members of the business community.  
  • Proficient personal computer skills including electronic mail, recordkeeping, routine database activity, word processing, spreadsheets and graphics.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy.  
  • Ability to handle a rigorous schedule of deadlines.
Education/Training/Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting/Finance or equivalent work experience.  
  • Proven ability to reconcile accounting data.  Non-profit accounting experience and knowledge of automated accounting systems are a plus.  
  • Preference given to demonstrated experience processing accounts payable and cash receipts. 
Physical Demands

Moderate physical activity performing somewhat strenuous daily activities of a primarily administrative nature.  Includes sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time with the ability to lift up to 25 lbs.

Manual dexterity sufficient to reach/handle items, works with the fingers and perceives attributes of objects and materials.  

Travel Demands:  Must have reliable transportation and ability to travel to various community based meetings and events


To apply, send your resume to hr@cftampabay.org.

Marketing Communications Manager - Community Foundation of Broward

Posted on September 15, 2021
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Local Candidates Preferred
ABSOLUTELY NO RECRUITERS


The Community Foundation of Broward (CFB) is currently seeking a Marketing Communications Manager. This position is responsible for advancing the CFB mission by strategically communicating our brand in a consistent, compelling and measurable manner through a variety of communications vehicles and events.

The ideal candidate will be able to work with staff in all departments to communicate relatively complex ideas in simple, compelling terms. This requires excellent written and verbal communications skills; working knowledge of brand management, marketing and communications; event management, expertise in web strategy, and superior project management skills.

Personal attributes that are fundamental to the role include: creativity, humility, strong work ethic, commitment to excellence, leadership mentality, a warm collegial style and a sense of humor.

This position reports to the Vice President of Marketing and Communications.

Qualifications and Skills:
  • Outstanding writing/editing skills, and ability to adapt writing style as necessary to communicate through varied communications to varied audiences.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as in a team, and make key decisions in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and projects simultaneously.
  • Must take initiative, be creative and show poise.
  • Strong organizational and project management skills; attention to detail; and ability to perform under strict deadlines.
  • Proven experience in MS Office, web development and content strategy, event management, and desktop publishing are a must. (Experience with Constant Contact, Wordpress, Xink, Hootsuite and Survey Monkey are a plus.)
  • Demonstrated personal integrity and commitment to this work and the ability to engender trust, credibility, and confidence with a variety of constituencies.

Undergraduate degree required, preferably in marketing, communications, journalism, public relations, or a related field.
A minimum of five years of experience in marketing, communications, journalism, marketing or related field.

Job Responsibilities:
  • Collaborate with staff in all departments to identify, develop and communicate compelling messages that have a measurable impact on CFB’s organizational goals and strengthen our brand.
  • Write, produce and develop distribution plans for various communications, including print materials, websites, project plans, electronic and print newsletters, etc. and ensure they generate the desired return on investment.
  • Manage and refine CFB internal communications processes to ensure critical information is shared across the organization, the CFB brand is shared consistently by all staff, and key messages are fully-understood and communicated by all staff with ease.
  • Update and enhance the CFB website, and grow the number of users, page views and qualified leads submitted through the site.
  • Ensure CFB signature in-person, virtual and hybrid events are well executed. Plan and manage all event logistics, including but not limited to: technology, theming, mailing lists, invitations, digital/printed materials, signage, décor, catering, transportation/parking, registration, vendors, video, photography, A/V, presentations, scripts, run-of-show, keynote speakers, staff assignments, rehearsals, committee meetings, day-of coordination, and post-event surveys.
  • Define and monitor metrics/analytics for all projects, and develop reports that measure the data to identify opportunities for improvement, strategy refinements, and progress/growth toward goals.
  • Serve as CFB Brand Ambassador. Ensure all staff and grantee organizations are fully trained and consistently adhere to official branding and messaging guidelines. This includes the review and approval of promotional materials provided by grantee organizations.
  • Create basic graphics, such as PowerPoint presentations, infographics, and handout materials to enhance staff communication with target audiences.
  • Refine and maintain communications and marketing photo, print and online archives.
  • Lead the effort to digitize aging marketing materials and historical documents, while developing a strategy to make appropriate documents accessible internally and externally.
  • Develop and place print and electronic media advertising
  • Grow and expand the social media presence for CFB on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
  • Manage audiovisual systems for Board meetings, stakeholder events and various meetings at the Foundation.
  • Serve as liaison between CFB and various strategic partner organizations.
  • Engage with key stakeholders in-person, and represent CFB at community events.
  • Develop and execute various special projects, events and activities as needs and opportunities arise.
  • Additional duties as assigned
Community Foundation of Broward

Founded in 1984, Community Foundation of Broward helps families, individuals, and
corporations create personalized charitable Funds that deliver game-changing philanthropic impact. We provide leadership on community solutions, and foster philanthropy that connects people who care with causes that matter. Located on Las Olas Boulevard in downtown Fort Lauderdale, we offer a competitive salary and full complement of attractive benefits.

To apply, send a resume and cover letter via resumes@cfbroward.org .

Promotional Copy, Program Officer, Civic Engagement & Immigrant Justice - Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

Posted on September 14, 2021
Flexible, FL

Salary: Up to $130,000

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPF) is a private grantmaking foundation dedicated to advancing the realization of human rights and social and economic justice for all people. Their work is rooted in respect for the dignity and worth of every human being.

WPF’s priority is to promote the realization of human rights and access to economic and social justice – including racial, gender, and economic. WPF is focused on expanding the voices, dignity, and interests of the most vulnerable communities, including women, children, people living in poverty, people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQI people, and those affected by armed conflict and mass atrocities.

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund’s Donor Philanthropic Initiatives & Executive Giving Department seeks a dynamic, collaborative, and strategic Program Officer to help evolve and implement new strategic efforts to build a diverse and representative nonpartisan electorate that is inclusive of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), naturalized citizens, and young people in Florida and Texas; as well as efforts to promote the protection of the rights of immigrants and their children in the U.S. and the southern border to ensure they are treated with dignity and fairness.

The Program Officer must be a proven leader in both fields and bring a strong intersectional analysis to the work with a clear track record working on racial justice issues and connections to the communities impacted by these issues. The Program Officer also has the seamless ability to straddle between these two areas.  This position calls on a depth of knowledge in state-level, nonpartisan civic engagement and power building in Florida and Texas, as well as in immigrant justice in the U.S. Specific qualifications include:

  • 10- 15 years of experience leading social justice strategies and proven subject-matter expertise related to local and state-level civic engagement in Florida and Texas (or the Southern region) and t immigration justice in the U.S., including significant experience with demonstrable impact in BIPOC communities and/or other historically disenfranchised communities, and strong connections to these communities.
  • 5+ years of experience working in philanthropy; including developing philanthropy strategies and executing a philanthropy portfolio for individual philanthropists highly preferred.
  • A strong sense of how to apply racial justice analyses to strategy is required.
  • Strong orientation for, and commitment to donor service; ability to assess and meet the donors’ goals and preferences. A passion to serve in a way that demonstrates respect and comradery.
  • Excellent analytic abilities, research, writing, editing, and communications skills.
  • Understands and values social justice, including racial and gender equity as an organizational operating principle –and is committed to continued learning on issues related to race, gender, equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging.
  • Experience in a nonprofit grantmaking environment.
  • Familiarity with narrative change for social justice a plus.
  • Foreign language skills, including Spanish, a plus.


Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Wellspring Philanthropic Fund.
Application link: https://driconsulting.com/position/wpf-program-officer-civic-engagement-immigrant-justice%e2%80%8b/

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