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Sr. Director, Major and Planned Gifts

Posted February 2, 2023

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

Help us make a difference in our community.  United, we are tackling complex issues and turning contributions into real change. We fight for equitable access to quality education, financial security and health of everyone in our community. Join our team and join us in the fight for a stronger Miami!

United Way Miami, Inc. is hiring for an Sr. Director, Major and Planned Gifts to join our team. The Sr. Director, Major and Planned Gifts will be responsible for creating, launching, growing, and managing the Planned Giving and Endowment strategy.  Will develop/build relationships with existing and prospective donors that result in major and/or planned gifts to address the health and human service needs of the community through United Way Miami. 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage, grow, and steward a portfolio of 100-125 donors/prospects with the ability to secure and formalize major gifts and 6 figure plus planned gifts.
  • Conduct 15-20 donor/prospect meetings per month.
  • Timely document donor contacts in Andar/MIG utilizing established moved management process and fundraising best practices to ensure donors and prospects are moving through the appropriate prospect cycle and be able to provide regular reports on prospecting/fundraising results.
  • Collaborate with United Way Worldwide planned giving representatives and United Way Miami marketing department to develop a plan to increase contributions through marketing of bequests, planned giving messaging into marketing strategies, direct mail, email, and print media.
  • Create and design individualized solicitation strategies and identify gift opportunities that match donors’ philanthropic goals, which include planned giving vehicles.
  • Work alongside Stewardship staff to enhance donor experience through customized donor relations efforts.
  • Participate in Tocqueville Society events and community events including some planning.
  • Deliver training as appropriate on gift planning to advance knowledge and foster opportunities in gift conversations.
  • Cultivate relationships with United Way’s Professional Advisory Council, as well as with local attorneys, trust officers, accountants, financial planners, and other estate planning professionals to introduce them to, educate them about, and engage them with UWM.
  • Assist in creating continuing education events for Professional Advisory Council
  • Participate in and serve on committees for community organizations that will advance your goals.
  • Remain current in gift planning trends as well as on the UWWW programs and offerings Exemplify fundraising best practices and high-level of ethics and transparency in all activities
  • Collaborate with the Development Officers to identify major and planned gift prospects within an account to create, cultivate and solicit donors.

Expectations for all Employees
Support the mission, vision and values of United Way Miami (UWM). When appropriate, participate in various after hours and weekend activities that benefit UWM and the community. Due to the leadership role UWM is called upon to play in the community, particularly during times of crisis, it is the expectation that all UWM staff will be fully engaged in the organization’s crisis plan and response efforts.

  • Education Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Experience Requirements:  Five to Eight years’ experience in sales presentation skills, account management, fundraising, and staff and volunteer management.
  • Technology Requirements:  Intermediate Word, and Excel. Beginner Internet Explorer, Outlook, and Andar.
  • Other Essential Knowledge/Skills:  Public speaking skills, sales ability, basic math skills, and negotiation skills. Spanish language not a requirement but helpful.
  • Benefits: United Way Miami’s total rewards program offers a comprehensive variety of programs and resources to support your health and well-being needs. We provide a generous vacation, personal/sick and holiday program. We offer medical, dental, Life/AD&D, LTD, vision, legal, FSA, EAP, 401(k) plan, supplemental plans, and employee discount programs. Our Wellness program includes wellness activities and incentives throughout the year. To view the full description of our Summary of Benefits, please visit our Career site homepage.
  • Career growth: We encourage you to grow by providing formal and informal development programs, coaching and on-the-job challenges. We want you to ask questions, take chances, and explore the possible.

Benefits (The Good Stuff)

  • Exempt (Salary): 3 WKS+ Vacation Paid*
  • Non-Exempt (Hourly): 2 WKS+ Vacation Paid*
  • 12 Paid Holidays
  • 12 PTO Paid Days
  • Competitive Health Benefits Package
  • Wellness Program Reimbursements up to $50/month
  • Long Term Disability at NO COST
  • Life Insurance & AD&D 2X Annual Salary at NO COST
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Retirement Plan UP TO 6% Employer Match
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Free Monthly Transit Card

*Vacation amounts may vary based on roles, schedules, and years of service.

UWM is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace, please visit our Career site homepage to view our EEO statement and Drug-Free policy.

To apply, click here.

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Associate Vice President, Development

Posted February 2, 2023

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

Help us make a difference in our community.  United, we are tackling complex issues and turning contribution into real change. We fight for the equitable access to quality education, financial security and health of everyone in our community. Join our team and join us in the fight for a stronger Miami!

United Way Miami, Inc. is hiring for an Associate Vice President for Development (AVP) to join our team. The Associate Vice President for Development (AVP) works collaboratively to develop, implement and achieve strategic plans for increasing campaign fundraising, individual donations, new business opportunities, and corporate fundraising. This includes oversee and management of workplace campaigns, giving communities, signature events and any additional fundraising efforts.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Supervise staff in the execution of the campaign process that consists of but is not limited to volunteer recruitment, training, and management; individual and group solicitation; individual and account cultivation, management and customer service; active promotion of corporate giving, individual giving, planned giving, volunteerism, sponsorship fundraising, Community Connections, and labor participation. Manage staff in identifying and securing new Leadership, TS, new business, CFE, CFS and event support.
  • Supervise staff to ensure they maintain close communications with accounts that are running United Way workplace campaigns to ensure goals are being met within the campaigns; manage them to schedule, arrange and conduct associated presentations, agency tours, testimonial speakers, etc. and material drop-offs/pick-ups and that they respond to questions/concerns within each account.
  • Supervise staff to create plan and manage all aspects of Women United.  Ensure staff maintains regular communication with volunteers.  Work to ensure that events, activities and opportunities are being scheduled, acted upon, and appropriately executed for all.  Ensure the fundraising, sponsorships, reporting/data integrity, Executive Committee management, marketing, events and engagement efforts are met.  
  • Responsible for the supervision of subordinate employees which includes training, developing, measuring performance, disciplining and directing tasks.  Has authority to hire, transfer, promote, compensate, or terminate subordinate employees or recommend such actions.  
  • Contribute to United Way’s New Business efforts by identifying prospects, engaging them in the work of United Way and secure appropriate revenues through cross-selling opportunities. Serves as a pipeline for overall fundraising efforts.
  • Develop centralized campaign outreach on behalf of the development team, including campaign calendars, call a thon, thank a thon, etc.

Expectation for all Employees
Support the mission, vision and values of United Way Miami (UWM). When appropriate, participate in various after hours and weekend activities that benefit UWM and the community. Due to the leadership role UWM is called upon to play in the community, particularly during times of crisis, it is the expectation that all UWM staff will be fully engaged in the organization’s crisis plan and response efforts.

  • Education Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Experience Requirements:  Five to Eight years’ experience in sales presentation skills, account management, fundraising, and staff and volunteer management.
  • Technology Requirements:  Intermediate Word, and Excel. Beginner Internet Explorer, Outlook, and Andar.
  • Other Essential Knowledge/Skills:  Public speaking skills, sales ability, basic math skills, and negotiation skills. Spanish language not a requirement but helpful.
  • Benefits: United Way Miami’s total rewards program offers a comprehensive variety of programs and resources to support your health and well-being needs. We provide a generous vacation, personal/sick and holiday program. We offer medical, dental, Life/AD&D, LTD, vision, legal, FSA, EAP, 401(k) plan, supplemental plans, and employee discount programs. Our Wellness program includes wellness activities and incentives throughout the year. To view the full description of our Summary of Benefits, please visit our Career site homepage.
  • Career Growth: We encourage you to grow by providing formal and informal development programs, coaching and on-the-job challenges. We want you to ask questions, take chances, and explore the possible.

Benefits (The Good Stuff)

  • Exempt (Salary): 3 WKS+ Vacation Paid*
  • Non-Exempt (Hourly): 2 WKS+ Vacation Paid*
  • 12 Paid Holidays
  • 12 PTO Paid Days
  • Competitive Health Benefits Package
  • Wellness Program Reimbursements up to $50/month
  • Long Term Disability at NO COST
  • Life Insurance & AD&D 2X Annual Salary at NO COST
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Retirement Plan UP TO 6% Employer Match
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Free Monthly Transit Card

*Vacation amounts may vary based on roles, schedules, and years of service.

UWM is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace, please visit our Career site homepage to view our EEO statement and Drug-Free policy.

To apply, click here.

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Accounting and Grant Compliance Coordinator

Posted January 31, 2023

Consortium of Florida Education Foundations
Classification: Part-Time
Reports to: CEO
Location: Gainesville, FL with in-person, hybrid, or remote flexibility

The Accounting and Grant Compliance Coordinator is responsible for overall accounting for the organization and monitoring and reporting of all Consortium grant-funded program expenditures. The Accounting and Grant Compliance Coordinator will ensure proper due diligence for all private, state and national grants, ensure policies and procedures comply with state and federal regulatory and ethical standards, and maintain solid financial records and tracking.

The Accounting and Grant Compliance Coordinator, along with other staff, will uphold funder relationships by complying with any funder fiscal grant requirements in a timely manner. The Accounting and Grant Compliance Coordinator will uphold the mission of the Consortium of Florida Education Foundations (Consortium), which is to work with our members and partners to connect individuals, organizations, and financial resources, building the capacity and effectiveness of local education foundations.

Location and Terms of Employment
While the Consortium is based in Gainesville, Florida, there is flexibility for this position to be fully remote, hybrid or in-person. This is a part-time hourly position with average time estimated at 20 hours weekly. A significant portion the salary for this position is grant-funded through September 2024. While there is potential for the position to continue being offered past this point, the hours and scope of work will change after the grant period ends. The employee will engage with other staff members in their work but will report directly to the CEO.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepare monthly balance sheet and profit and loss statements
  • Process monthly payables, filing all back-up, invoices, etc. in a timely, efficient manner
  • Prepare, send, and track invoices and monitor receivables
  • Responsible for monitoring and reporting expenditures and reporting monthly to CEO on all grant funded initiatives to assure compliance
  • Assure compliance with Consortium Finance, Accounting, Records Retention and Destruction of Documents policies and procedures
  • Work with Program Manager, Director of Member Development and Operations and Grants Manager in ensuring all aspects of fiscal accountability and documentation required by Consortium policies and terms for members receiving funds through the Consortium are upheld
  • Monitor overall budget in consultation with the CEO
  • Assist CEO and Finance Committee in preparation of annual budget
  • Coordinate vendor bid processes for organization
  • Facilitate the annual audit and preparation of IRS Form 990 with the independent audit firm
  • Responsible for timely compliance with state and federal requirements for nonprofit corporations
  • Counsel members on best practices for monitoring and documenting expenditures for initiatives funded through the Consortium
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Preferred Education, Experience and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field from accredited university
  • Three years’ experience with non-profit grants management and/or accounting, state or federal grants
  • Experience with state and federal contracts and grants, including implementing a cost allocation plan.
  • Mathematical literacy and mastery of basic accounting concepts
  • Strong skills managing processes and timelines
  • Proven ability to track and manage several projects and processes simultaneously
  • Ability to demonstrate a flexibility of approach and to work effectively as part of a team
  • High level of demonstrated accuracy
  • Ability for critical and logical thinking, good judgment, and problem solving
  • Exceptionally motivated, organized and detail-oriented

Key Attributes & Qualifications
The ideal candidate will be a tech-savvy, highly resourceful, self-starter with exceptional written and verbal communication skills who enjoys contributing to the overall mission of the Consortium. Must have direct, appropriate experience. Proficiency in QuickBooks or other accounting system software. Skilled in MS Office, Outlook, Word and Excel. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, speak and hear. The position requires extensive computer use so the employee must have sufficient hand dexterity to use a computer keyboard and be capable of reading a computer screen.

To apply, email your resume and cover letter by Feb 15, 2023.

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Senior Manager, Prospect Research & Portfolio Management - Hybrid

Posted January 30, 2023

United Way Miami
Classification
: Full Time
Location: Miami, FL, US
Salary Range: $45,000.00 To 50,000.00 Annually

United Way Miami is hiring for a Senior Manager, Prospect Research & Portfolio Management. As a Sr Mgr, Prospect Research & Portfolio Mgmt you will be responsible for researching prospective donors (prospects) with the purpose of cultivation or solicitation for Tocqueville (including Major Gifts), Endowment, and Grants. This entails gathering, analyzing, and synthesizing large amounts of information; also responsible for creating concise donor profiles for these individuals, as requested. This position will also manage prospect portfolios for Tocqueville and assist with maintaining prospect portfolios for New Business and Grants. The position is responsible for strategic prospect management and creating and implementing procedures needed to support a prospect pipeline. This includes leading MIG efforts within Andar as well as working closely with Business Solutions to maintain data integrity as well as optimize technology and software utilized. While currently limited to Tocqueville, Grants, and Business efforts, responsibilities will eventually expand to include giving communities as well. The position will prepare research to support UWM fundraising goals. The position tracks and manages prospect activities of the fundraising teams, proposes strategic assignments of prospects to team members using portfolio management techniques and provides feedback on results. In addition, providing strategic, tactical and management services of prospects as part of the fundraising and data management team.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Proactive and reactive financial and biographic research during all stages of the donor cycle including profile generation, asset analysis, and ratings, generation of new prospect leads and wealth screening verification.
  • Oversees and supports the prospect research and general research for Tocqueville, Endowment, and Grants by determining research strategies and manages the production and distribution of research reports needed for prospect identification, cultivation and solicitations.
  • Manages prospect management for Tocqueville team as well as the life cycle of the donor whether in Identify, Qualify, Cultivate, Solicit or Steward.
  • Prepares financial and biographical research for the President and Tocqueville team, as requested
  • Using wealth management databases for screenings and running reports based on team’s needs to identify prospects and support major gift fundraising and campaign initiatives.
  • Relationship/Prospect Management – Portfolio consulting, tracking and coding proposals, assignments and prospect tools with team.
  • Creates donor analytics to assist with UWM’s fundraising and engagement opportunities by developing strategies and moves management.
  • Works together with senior management  to segment data for electronic wealth screening and maintain and help manage the prospect management systems and protocols to create and maintain a robust prospect pipeline.
  • Prepares event blurbs and event prospecting for top UWM events.
  • Oversees Phi division and renews any gifts under $1,000 that do not fall into a workplace or giving community.
  • Leads MIG efforts within Andar.
Expectation for All Employees
Support the mission, vision and values of United Way Miami (UWM). When appropriate, participate in various after hours and weekend activities that benefit UWM and the community. Due to the leadership role UWM is called upon to play in the community, particularly during times of crisis, it is the expectation that all UWM staff will be fully engaged in the organization’s crisis plan and response efforts.
  • Education Requirements: Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience Requirements: 3 years of business experience with at least one year of supervisory experience.
  • Technology Requirements: Intermediate Internet Explorer, Intermediate Word, Intermediate Excel, Intermediate Outlook, Intermediate Andar
  • Other Essential Knowledge/Skills: Must be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously and work in a dynamic environment. Able to complete projects on time and resolve problems. Excellent communication (verbal/written) skills.   Attention to details and superior customer service skills. Must exhibit initiative and good sound judgment.
  • Benefits: United Way Miami’s total rewards program offers a comprehensive variety of programs and resources to support your health and well-being needs. We provide a generous vacation, personal/sick and holiday program. We offer medical, dental, Life/AD&D, LTD, vision, legal, FSA, EAP, 401(k) plan, supplemental plans, and employee discount programs. Our Wellness program includes wellness activities and incentives throughout the year. To view the full description of our Summary of Benefits, please visit our Career site homepage.  
  • Career Growth: We encourage you to grow by providing formal and informal development programs, coaching and on-the-job challenges. We want you to ask questions, take chances, and explore the possible.

Benefits (The Good Stuff)

  • Exempt (Salary): 3 WKS+ Vacation Paid*
  • Non-Exempt (Hourly): 2 WKS+ Vacation Paid*
  • 12 Paid Holidays
  • 12 PTO Paid Days
  • Competitive Health Benefits Package
  • Wellness Program Reimbursements up to $50/month
  • Long Term Disability at NO COST
  • Life Insurance & AD&D 2X Annual Salary at NO COST
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Retirement Plan UP TO 6% Employer Match
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Free Monthly Transit Card

*Vacation amounts may vary based on roles, schedules, and years of service

To apply, click here.

UWM is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace, please visit our Career site homepage to view our EEO statement and Drug-Free policy.

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Vice President

Posted January 24, 2023

Jacksonville Public Education Fund
Classification: Exempt
Reports to: President

About the Organization
The Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF) isan independentthink-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 public schools significantly improve outcomes for kids through innovative, community-focused, and
data-driven solutions.

Position Summary
The Vice President is a member  of JPEF’s senior leadership team, responsible for driving effective implementation of the organization’s strategy and helping to guide its operational effectiveness.

Drawing upon JPEF’s reputation as the  trusted voice on public education  issues  in Jacksonville, the Vice President will lead a talented and passionate program strategy team to measurably improve school quality and student outcomes in Duval County. There are three prongs to JPEF’s strategy to close the opportunity gap:

  • Research and advocacy to independently analyze student data and promote innovative and effective policies and practices;
  • Convening partners and key stakeholders to drive coordinated, data-informed action, and
  • Strategic initiatives to directly support traditional and public charter school educators to pilot and adopt innovative and evidence-based practices.

JPEF’s current priorities advanced across its strategies include (1) recruiting, supporting, and retaining quality, diverse educators, (2) improving student literacy proficiency by the end of 3rd grade, and (3) providing wholistic supports to help students succeed in and beyond their K-12 education.

The Vice President will fortify partnerships with the Duval County Public Schools Superintendent’s cabinet and senior leaders at charter partner organizations, as well as with other key education stakeholders, partners and influencers, spanning  parent and  community advocates, educators, nonprofit, government and  business partners. The Vice President will play a leading role in aligning diverse education stakeholders and communities around mutual priorities and building the case for how a focus on these priorities for education  equity create lasting change in communities and better outcomes for students.

Entrusted to effectively manage and support JPEF’s talented program team to deliver against aligned, rigorous and achievable goals, the Vice President will positively influence organizational culture and be a critical advisor and partner for the President in ensuring the organization’s operational effectiveness. S/he will help strengthen and operationalize systems that allow JPEF to maximize its resources and opportunity to positively impact public education in Jacksonville; and ensure knowledge and learning from JPEF’s efforts loop back into the work and process.   As needed, the Vice President will serve  as a surrogate for the President and represent the organization in civic and professional associations, media and in other relevant activities.

Responsibilities
Leadership & Operations

  • Serve  as  a member  of JPEF’s  senior  leadership  team and  support the organization’s  continued strategic growth, partnering with the President around annual and long-term planning. Develop new, innovative and effective approaches to meet goals.
  • Lead a team of professional staff in the strategic and tactical execution of JPEF’s strategies across a wide  array  of  functions,  including data  and  research,  engagement  and  partnerships,  strategic initiatives, and advocacy.  Partner effectively with cross-functional leaders including marketing and communications,  fund  development and  finance  and  administration, and  support  programmatic colleagues to do the same.
  • Effectively manage organizational resources including developing and monitoring program strategy budgets, overseeing awarded grants and contracts, and allocating personnel.
  • Plan and lead staff in a significant portion of JPEF’s professional learning activities, seeking to grow employee knowledge of key education  issues. Support and mentor staff to understand JPEF’s core values, working norms and expectations.
  • Make recommendations for staff hires and contractors.
  • Support  fund  development efforts  to  generate revenue,  providing  information   to the  JPEF development team for grant proposals and donor pitches, assisting with presentations to funders, and reporting on awarded funds.
  • Support the President by effectively engaging and participating in meetings of the Board of Directors, leading discussions related to investments, activities and outcomes, as appropriate.
  • Serve  as a strategic thought partner with the President in a variety of high-level organizational decisions. Complete other tasks, large and small, to support the effectiveness of the organization.

Strategy Development & Implementation
In collaboration with JPEF leadership and staff, design program strategies and methodology  to help improve school quality with an equity lens. As overall strategy is adopted by President and Board of Directors, oversee effective implementation, and monitor the plan and activities.

  • Define and document the overall purpose, goals and criteria for partnerships and programs, for both internal understanding and external alignment with partners.
  • Coach and support staff to develop and refine work portfolios, enlist and support partners around aligned strategies and priorities.
    • Directly manage and support the Director of Data and Research, guiding their effortsto work
    • effectively with key JPEF leaders, staff and partners to generate rigorous knowledge about priorities for school quality and education  equity; and to strategically document  and share that knowledge.
    • Directly manage  and support the  Director of Strategic Initiatives to  build and support networks  of teachers and principals to improve quality in their schools and other targeted schools defined by JPEF priorities and goals.
    • Directly manage and support with the Director of Engagementand Partnerships to enlist and engage partners to drive community impact on mutually agreed  upon education  priorities and strategies (e.g., building and supporting a more diverse teaching workforce, and closing the opportunity gap by focusing on literacy).
    • Manage  and/or   support as  appropriate other  Managers  and  Associates charged  with ensuring the effective implementation of JPEF’s program strategy, including to ensure goals are  met, participants and supporters have a high-quality experience,  and advocates are equipped and supported to act to advance educational equity.
    • Guide and support staff on the JPEF Advocacy Team to track policy developments, and to develop recommendations to amplify JPEF’s research and equip partners/stakeholders and amplify their voices, where appropriate, to champion effective policies and practices. Help guide the effective implementation of approved advocacy efforts.
  • Evaluate programmatic efforts and ensure  there is a learning orientation in the work, team and partnerships; monitor key findings across  all stages of strategy development and implementation; make appropriate adjustments based on findings.

Partnerships

  • Identify partners from a variety of sectors and engage them to create and support a broader learning and change agenda for improved public education in Duval County with attention to JPEF’s assets and research.
  • Regularly monitor how philanthropic trends and practices as well as national, federal, state and local policies and emerging issues create incentives or barriers  for orienting around equity-driven school quality.
  • In collaboration with partners and staff, write, share, present and widely promote knowledge gleaned from JPEF and partner efforts to advance educational equity, including relevant data and information.

Qualifications
Education/Career Experience

  • Solid educational background including an undergraduate degree and an advanced degree or relevant coursework  in fields relevant  to the Fund’s mission, such as law, finance, business administration, education, public policy or non-profit management.
  • Minimum of five years  of supervisory  experience in non-profit, district or school leadership roles desired. Proven ability to coach and develop talent.
  • Recent  significant  professional  experience  in  public  education,  leading  diverse   work  teams, developing and effectively implementing program strategy, managing change, engaging community partners, and partnering with a President and Board of Directors.
Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
  • Clear ability to promote and communicate the philosophy, mission and values of the Fund to external and internal stakeholders.
  • Expertise  and/or   experience  in  strategic  business   operations,  including  generating  revenue, effectively managing budgets, and improving organizational systems and processes.
  • Provides tangible examples of reporting and program measurement and evaluation.
  • Demonstrates integrity, strives for excellence in her/his work, and has experience of leading others to new levels of effectiveness and programmatic impact.
  • Relational nature and strong written and verbal 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, adaptability and a collaborative style with 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), online communications tools (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and various web-based applications.
  • Exhibiting independent judgment  in the development,  implementation,  and evaluation of plans, procedures, and policies.
  • A track record of leadership (in professional or personal contexts).

Additional Qualifications

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

Salary and Benefits
The 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.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume (or CV) in PDF format with the subject line “Vice President.” Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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Grant Administration Manager

Posted January 10, 2023

The Miami Foundation
Reports to: Director of Grants Administration
Classification: Full Time, Exempt
Salary: $75,000, 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 1,000 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 Grants Administration Manager is part of the Community Investments Team which is responsible for ensuring that the Foundation’s grant programs and grants management services are expertly managed and meet the needs of our donors, nonprofit partners, and our internal teams.

We are recruiting for an experienced, detail-oriented, operations professional who will provide project management and fiscal administration support to a diverse portfolio of internal and external clients. The Grants Administration Manager works closely with the Director to ensure that our grant operations are smooth and world class. More than 6,000 grant payments and transactions flow through the Grants Administration Team on an annual basis and the Manager is responsible for continuously working to improve our processes and provide exceptional customer service along the way.

The  Grants  Administration  team  provides  critical,  holistic  operational  support  to  The  Miami  Foundation’s  fiscally sponsored organizations and also manages a robust portfolio of donor initiatives and charitable funds. The Manager is responsible for serving as the project lead in overseeing the success of these initiatives and directly administering a number of these funds.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Serve as primary liaison between the Foundation and key fundholders (individual donors and large private Foundations) to manage their funds and complex grant programs.
  • Support the Director in managing the fiscal sponsorship portfolio including working with fundholders to provide oversight to fiscal sponsorship project activities and fundraising efforts to ensure proper stewardship.
  • Conduct due diligence on the Foundation’s high volume of outgoing grants and manage reporting and deadlines on incoming grants.
  • Lead payment processing for a variety of fund types ensuring the appropriate back up materials to ensure that all payments are being used for a charitable purpose.
  • Oversee the quarterly fundholder reporting process.
  • Stay up to date with IRS rules and regulations related to Community Foundations, Private Foundations, Fiscal Sponsorship Funds, Expenditure Responsibility, and Donor Advised Funds.
  • Serve as a liaison with the Finance team, ensuring a smooth flow of work between the departments.
  • Contribute to department- and firm-wide process improvement efforts focused on the development and implementation of more efficient processes, systems, and technology.
  • Maintain project management tools and trackers to monitor progress, facilitate team communication, and keep relevant stakeholders informed along the way.
  • Support the upgrade to a new set of relationship management, financial, and grant systems that the Foundation is migrating to in 2023.
  • Ensure that key information related to the various portfolios managed is accurately maintained within the Foundation’s platforms.
  • Support new business development by meeting with potential partners, evaluating projects, and developing collateral, proposals and budgets.
  • Support the Foundation in leading other special initiatives as appropriate.

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 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-quality customer service and ability to work with diverse stakeholders. Excellent writing and grammar skills and general communications abilities written and verbal.
  • Digital literacy – This role will be deeply tied to the launch of a complex website, with the help of consultants.
  • Experience tinkering around with WordPress or other similar platforms will be important to this role. Similarly, experience with impact evaluation and data analysis will be important for the contents of this site.
  • 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 others.
  • Project and Task Management and Goal Achievement – Excellent abilities to effectively manage time, resources, and priorities to achieve desired project and task outcomes and strategic goals.
  • Growth Mindset and Staff Development - The demonstration of a growth mindset and use of available resources and feedback to continually develop mastery in your role and facilitate team learning.
  • Robust commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion - We are all about elevating voices, spreading power and increasing opportunity for all.

Desired Experience
  • Minimum 5-7 years of related work experience.
  • Experience in grants administration or operations and/or nonprofit management is strongly preferred.
  • Some experience with budgeting, forecasting, and/or reviewing nonprofit financial statements.
  • Baseline knowledge and understanding of IRS rules and regulations as they pertain to nonprofits and foundations.
  • Strong experience in cultivating extensive relationships across various sectors and segments of a community.
  • Excellent customer service commitment, interpersonal skills in working with external constituents and internal colleagues of varying levels and abilities.
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work or life experience.
  • Excellent skills and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, email protocol, and internet research
  • Multilingual is a plus.
  • Experience using Foundant, Submittable, or any grants management system is a 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. Candidates are highly encouraged to research fiscal sponsorship prior to applying.

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter.

Benefits
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.

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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Director of Community Impact

Posted January 6, 2023

The Miami Foundation
Reports to: Vice President of Community Investments
Classification: Full Time, Exempt
Salary: $90,000-$100,000 commensurate with experience and qualifications

The Foundation
The Miami Foundation is the hub for social impact and philanthropy in Greater Miami. Since 1967, we have invested over half a billion dollars into strengthening Greater Miami, with a focus on equity, resilience, and leadership. We build relationships with every nonprofit in our community to ensure that we know the true needs and aspirations of our community’s change makers. We also build relationships with our community’s philanthropists and enable our community to give more boldly and strategically than they could do alone. We’re experiencing rapid growth and we’re looking for high talent, visionary leaders to help us scale the impact of our Foundation to meet the highest aspirations of our community.

Position Description
Every year, The Miami Foundation receives hundreds of grant applications from nonprofits, with incredibly rich information about the needs and aspirations of our community’s nonprofit leaders. What if there were a public-facing platform (like our website on Give Miami Day) where our entire community could access and learn from this data? What if there was a literal home base for social impact information in our community? We’re looking for a Director to take full ownership of a multi-faceted, dynamic new project that will be transformational to nonprofits and philanthropists in Miami. The right leader will understand impact evaluation and nonprofit storytelling, as well as user-centered design, and will have a proven track record of successfully launching new complex initiatives.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Serve as a senior member of the Community Investment Team and work closely with the Vice President to design and implement an equity-focused approach to becoming a data-driven, learning organization.
  • Create the tools and processes to operationalize learning in our programs and how we understand the impact of our work.
  • Define and coordinate the team’s approach to collecting and evaluating grantee data.
  • Oversee the design of knowledge for use internally and externally.
  • Lead development of approaches to evaluate the results, impact, and effectiveness of the Foundation’s grantmaking in terms of both individual program grants and across issues in program portfolios.
  • Lead the design, execution, and project management of a new interactive online platform that will better connect philanthropists to nonprofits in a robust way, year-round.
  • Manage the contracts and work of consultants and vendors as appropriate to advance the work.
  • Leverage data and impact stories to support fundraising and donor stewardship efforts for Community Grants and other programs managed by the Community Investment team.
  • Develop extensive knowledge about and relationships with nonprofits and social sector leaders in Greater Miami.
  • Be a visible community leader and build a strong range of cross-sector relationships.
  • Support Foundation departments and team members as needed in collecting and sharing impact data and stories.


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 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-quality customer service and ability to work with diverse stakeholders. Excellent writing and grammar skills and general communications abilities written and verbal.
  • Digital literacy – This role will be deeply tied to the launch of a complex website, with the help of consultants.
  • Experience tinkering around with WordPress or other similar platforms will be important to this role. Similarly, experience with impact evaluation and data analysis will be important for the contents of this site.
  • 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 others.
  • Project and Task Management and Goal Achievement – Excellent abilities to effectively manage time, resources, and priorities to achieve desired project and task outcomes and strategic goals.
  • Growth Mindset and Staff Development - The demonstration of a growth mindset and use of available resources and feedback to continually develop mastery in your role and facilitate team learning.
  • Robust commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion - We are all about elevating voices, spreading power and increasing opportunity for all.


Desired Experience

  • Minimum of a bachelor's degree or equivalent work or life experience.
  • 6 - 8 years of work experience in a professional office setting in the social sector.
  • Experience co-creating, evaluating, and re-designing learning agendas and measurement plans.
  • Experience developing and managing the creation of impactful qualitative and quantitative data visualizations across multiple projects for a variety of audiences.
  • Significant experience managing large-scale, web-based technology projects and managing external vendors.
  • Excellent skills and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, email protocol, and internet research.
  • Multilingual is a 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 that 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.

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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Administrative and Grant Services Coordinator

Posted January 6, 2023

Allegany Franciscan Ministries
Reports to: Vice President of Operations
Classification: Full Time, Exempt
Location: Palm Harbor, Hybrid
Starting Salary: $55,000-$60,000

Allegany is a non-profit organization inspired by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany and is a member of Trinity Health. We award grants and build partnerships to achieve our vision that “the communities we serve will become ever more just, equitable, and caring; everyone in our communities will be welcomed and have the resources to thrive”. Our commitment to this vision means that an understanding – gained through professional or personal experience – of the communities we serve, especially communities who have been historically marginalized, is critical to this position’s success.

Ideal candidates will connect deeply with Allegany’s mission, vision, and values. Team members at Allegany are characterized by integrity and caring, and energized by multiple, quickly changing priorities. The Coordinator must have comprehensive knowledge and experience with business office practices; attention to detail, organizational skills and follow-through are critical to this position’s success. They must be able to independently and accurately complete bookkeeping and accounts payable activities using QuickBooks and other platforms. Experience with non-profit or foundation/grant-making organizations is a plus.

Allegany Franciscan Ministries is seeking a team member to provide comprehensive administrative services, database management, and bookkeeping.

The Administrative and Grant Services Coordinator provides administrative and logistical support to the Allegany Franciscan Ministries (Allegany) staff team.

Responsibilities include:

  • Manage accounts payable
  • Perform related bookkeeping activities, and assist with preparation and tracking of the budget
  • Organize and expedite team workflow; coordinate meeting schedules, calendars, and travel.
  • Maintain Allegany’s physical office space
  • Support team members working onsite or remotely with business needs
  • Provide event management
  • Extend quality customer service to Allegany’s board of directors, committees, and community partners.

This full-time, non-exempt position reports to the Vice President of Operations and works closely with all members of Allegany’s eight-person staff team, most of whom work remotely. While physically based at Allegany’s Palm Harbor Florida office, the Coordinator may work remotely part of the time.

To apply, applications will be reviewed as they are submitted; the position will remain open until filled. CLICK HERE to apply.
To learn more, interested applicants can view a detailed job description and candidate information packet, or email Faith Pullen (she/her).

We welcome and encourage all qualified persons to apply. Equal employment opportunities and having a diverse, welcoming, and inclusive staff team are foundational to Allegany Franciscan Ministries. Employment opportunities are based upon capabilities and qualifications without regard to status including race, color, religion, sex (including sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression), pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental ability, marital status, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), or military or veteran status, among others.


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President

Posted January 5, 2023

The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida
Salary Range: $375,000-$425,000

The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida (“TCF”; or “The Community Foundation”) is the oldest and largest community foundation in Florida. Since 1964, TCF has had an unparalleled reputation for stimulating philanthropy and helping donors achieve their individual philanthropic goals, while supporting the citizens of Northeast Florida through a range of charitable and civic activities made possible by those gifts.
 
The Community Foundation serves the donors and residents of six counties in Northeast Florida—including two of the state’s most affluent and one of the state’s most financially challenged. The organization’s mission is represented by a range of charitable and civic activities that have advanced the area and moved the community forward. Since its inception, more than $640 million in grants have been awarded by TCF to nonprofit organizations, the vast majority of which are in Northeast Florida.

The incoming President will inherit a strong organization that is poised to enter a new era of activity and engagement with the communities and citizens of Duval, St. Johns, Nassau, Baker, Clay, and Putnam counties. The areas served are fast-growing, increasingly culturally diverse with ever-increasing needs. By continuing to grow philanthropic assets, specifically permanent and discretionary assets, The Community Foundation will continue its position as a visible, proactive catalyst for solutions through the effective use of various forms of capital.

The Community Foundation seeks a leader who:

  • Is passionate about the donors and residents of Northeast Florida.
  • Inspire stakeholders, community leaders, partners, donors, board, and staff to work collaboratively to achieve the vision of Northeast Florida as a place where everyone can prosper and reach their full potential.
  • Is an effective leader who fosters vibrant teamwork, pursues quality, supports equity and diversity, and engenders mutual respect.
  • Is a dynamic, visionary leader and experienced manager for this high-energy position who is excited about the potential of the nonprofit sector to improve the quality of life and outcomes for the Northeast Florida region.
  • Will demonstrate a career path of progressive leadership and management experience in the nonprofit, foundation, corporate, and/or government sectors.
  • Has experience leading and directing complex organizations with varied internal and diverse external constituencies.
  • Has a background that includes high-level decision-making and implementing promising organizational practices.
  • Champions equity, authentic collaboration, and has experience building durable relationships with external constituencies and internal teams inclusive of many different perspectives and lived experience. 
  • Is results and growth oriented and will demonstrate success in operating a financially sustainable organization.
  • Has experience mentoring teams and refining structures and systems to support an organization’s operating results and impact. 
  • A proven track record in raising private contributions is necessary. 
  • Demonstrates the ability to operate effectively and collaboratively within nonprofit governing environments.
  • Career experience in a top leadership position in a community foundation is desirable. However, an understanding of TCF’s organizational and financial model is expected.
  • Will lead, grow, and empower a highly competent staff group and a dedicated, committed board. 
  • Is energetic, naturally optimistic, is a good listener, and a quick learner. 
  • Values a sense of humor and humility.
  • Will show a high level of participation in the life of the community in which they work by virtue of civic involvement, public service, volunteerism, and club or social activities.
  • Has a Bachelor’s degree.

Benefits

  • Medical
  • Dental and vision
  • Paid time off for vacation
  • Sick leave
  • 13 paid holidays
  • The opportunity to participate in a 403(b) retirement plan, which includes a matching component and an Employer contribution after one year of service.

The Community Foundation maintains a policy of nondiscrimination in all conditions of employment and commits itself to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, handicap, veteran status, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and any other status protected by law. 

To apply, applicants should submit a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC.  

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Business Operations Analyst

Posted January 3, 2023

The Miami Foundation

Reports to: VP of Finance and CFO
Classification: Full Time, Exempt
Location: Hybrid. Partially remote and partially in-office or in-community, on a weekly basis or as warranted. Ability to work weekends and evenings, as necessary.
Salary: $75,000, 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 $455 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 Miami Foundation seeks a relational systems-thinker to oversee the administration, operation, and maintenance for the core platforms across the foundation. This position is new to the foundation and will work with peers across the organization to plan, deliver, and support solutions that help transform The Miami Foundation into a thriving organization supported by best-in-class technology, platforms, and data.

This role requires both technical and analytical skills. It involves creating and maintaining systems that will make it easier and more efficient for staff to utilize, manage, and access data for greater efficiency, and support grantmaking activities and evaluation and learning needs in service of the Foundation’s mission.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Operate, maintain, and manage the core systems across the foundation, including Foundant, Microsoft, Paylocity, and Submittable.
  • Lead the implementation and maintenance of technology and data systems to meet the organization’s strategic and operational needs.
  • Align processes, goals, and priorities with stakeholders across the foundation.
  • Improve processes to deliver results with quality, according to schedule.
  • Create and maintain documentation of business rules, technical specifications, data flows, and process workflows.
  • Partner with HR to design and implement a platform training program for new and existing employees to ensure the foundation is maximizing its use of core platforms.
  • Ensure IT governance processes are followed and that business requirements are met.
  • Help with initial troubleshooting and proactive escalation of hardware, software, and network issues for end users in a mixed environment (Mac and Windows).
  • Manage 3 party partners overseeing all infrastructure, network and systems engineering, data storage, backups, and related technologies.
  • Administer and oversee our Microsoft Azure environment including SharePoint and OneDrive.
  • Handle administration and billing of IT licenses and equipment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


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.

Position Requirements
Essential Qualities

  • Entrepreneurial spirit – A passion for building innovative solutions from inception and developing the necessary processes and partnerships for their continued success. An eagerness for working across multiple functions of a project.
  • Strong interpersonal skills - Exceptional commitment to delivering the highest-quality customer service and ability to work with diverse stakeholders.
  • Proactive and solution-oriented – An inclination to proactively seek opportunities to maximize impact or overcome challenges. Creative and resourceful in seeking or developing solutions.
  • Strong project and time management skills – An adeptness at using organizational methods and tools to manage multiple workstreams with ease and effectiveness, while maximizing shared visibility and accountability.


Desired Experience

  • 5-7 years’ experience in a prior systems/technology role with one or more of the following:
    • Working knowledge of MS Office suite and applications including Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
    • Administration of users and accounts in OneDrive and SharePoint.
    • Work at a foundation or larger non-profit organization.
    • Work supporting a foundation platform such as Foundant or akoyaGO.
    • Building dashboards in a BI tool (Tableau, PowerBI, DataStudio, etc.).
  • Bachelor's degree or greater in an applicable technology services field.

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter here.

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.
 
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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