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Organize Now hiring Field Director

Qualified candidates should have previous issue-based campaign experience, a strong commitment to social and economic justice and the ability to work extended hours including nights, weekends and holidays. A cover letter is required for all applications. Your cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for Organize Now, an example of how you demonstrated success in a similar position and a description of how this position fits into your long-term career plan.  Cover letter and resume are required for consideration for this position. Cover letters should describe your qualifications, experience and career goals, as well as a brief description of why you want to work to realize Organize Now’s vision for building a strong tomorrow. Send resume and cover letter to organizenowjobs@gmail.com.

Category: General

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Family Center Inc. Recruiting Board Members

The MLK Neighborhood Family Center is seeking highly motivated people to serve on its governing Board. The MLK NFC provides basic family sustaining supports to children and families in Clearwater, Florida. Our services are structured to ensure that families have the skills, knowledge and tools that will keep them intact and children lead healthy lives in safe environments. Last year more than 300 households were served by the Center. The majority of the Center's funding comes from the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County and the City of Clearwater. Please see our website for more detailed information: WWW.NORTHGREENWOODMLKJR.ORG As a member of the Board, you will help steer the strategic direction of the center, help to set service priorities, evaluate the CEO, participate in fundraising activities, and ensure financial accountability to all funding sources. Board members are appointed for a 2-year term. By serving on the Board you are committing to attend meetings as scheduled, serve on committees, represent the Center in the community, and adhere to the highest standards of ethical behavior. If you would like to be considered for appointment to the MLK NFC Board, please request an application from Jo Ann S. Nesbitt, CEO Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Family Center-900 North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, Clearwater Florida 33755- phone 727 442-5355.

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Girls Inc. hiring Summer Camp 2014 – Program Instructors

Requirements: 1.  Experience working in a school-aged, childcare environment.  2. Demonstrated ability to manage varied age groups, from Kindergarten through 8th Grade.  3. Ability to create and provide experiential, hands-on activities to children, both science related and creative arts.  4. Must be flexible and able to manage the changing dynamics within the center, and support other staff members/activities as the needs arises. 
Please contact our Center Director, Brenda Banks for more information or to apply.  Email: bbanks@girlsinc-pinellas.org.  Phone: (727) 544-6230, x116

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2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares Inc. hiring TBIN Trainer

Are you passionate about people identify, navigate, and get connected to local community organizations?  If you answered yes, 2-1-1 TBC may be your next career destination. 2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares, Inc. is a private 501-c-3  nonprofit organization with a dynamic, respectful, and dedicated team that focuses on excellence, innovation and achieving our mission. We’re aggressive about using technology to inform and collaborate with our customers and partners.  Click here for more info.

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Moates Florist hiring Floral Designer

Moates Florist is looking for a FULL time designer with funeral design experience.   Moates is the oldest shop in Tampa, specializing in funeral work. Please call -813-781-9353 between 8-6.

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Healthy Start of Pinellas hiring Administrative Assistant

This is a fulltime administrative assistant position for a non-profit organization, requiring excellent verbal and written skills. Primary areas of responsibility include providing clerical and administrative support to the Executive Director, the Board of Directors and staff. The candidate must have the ability to work independently with little supervision, perform multiple tasks simultaneously, and meet deadlines. The position requires excellent organizations skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office 10 and a high level of judgment and decision making ability. Minimum high school diploma, at least 1 year college or business school preferred. Requires minimum 3-5 years’ experience as an administrative assistant with management skills in an office environment. Send resume by March 28, 2014. Send resume to lstinson@healthystartpinellas.org

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Nominations Being Accepted for 2014 "Volunteers for Health Awards" Presented By The Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative (TBHC)

The Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative (TBHC) is currently seeking nominations for the 2014 “Volunteers for Health Recognition Awards”.  These annual awards recognize individuals who have made a significant impact upon the quality and availability of healthcare in the Tampa Bay area through volunteering, that is: “Serving in a way that improves the health, wellness, mobility, and/or independence of others”.   One individual from Hillsborough County and one individual from Pinellas County will be recognized and honored for their outstanding contributions as a volunteer in the field of healthcare/community health.  In addition, one youth volunteer (18 years of age and younger) from throughout the Tampa Bay area will also be recognized.

All nominees will receive a certificate of recognition, and the award recipients will receive a trophy, during TBHC’s 2014 Spring “Quarterly Meeting”, to be held on Thursday, May 8, 2014.  A monetary award is also provided to the agency or organization in which the award recipients serve.  Nominations can be made on-line at the Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative website: www.tampabayhealth.org.  On the homepage, click on the icon at the bottom of the page for the “Volunteers for Health Committee”, and, then, scroll down to find the nomination form.  Deadline for submissions is FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014.

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FAMU School of the Environment (SOE) Summer Camp Taking Applications

Each year the SOE hosts a three-week summer day camp for eighth through eleventh graders on environmental, marine and estuarine sciences.  The summer camp is sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).   Summer camp students enjoy hands on laboratory experiments, field trips, and seminars  given by professionals in the environmental science field.   The SOE Summer Camp will be held June 9-27, 2014, weekdays  from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission to the camp is free.   Applications can be
 found on our website at  http://www.ecsc.famu.edu/educationoutreach/Camp2014/

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On Site Recruitment Event for Owens, Renz and Lee Company

CareerSource Tampa Bay center in Tampa  will be conducting an On Site Recruitment Event for Owens, Renz and Lee Company on Tuesday,  March 18, 2014 from 10:00AM – 2:00PM.  The employer will be interviewing candidates to fill multiple Cleaning positions.  Must have the following in order to apply:High School Diploma or GED, One to three (1-3) months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience, Able to communicate and understand English.  CareerSource Tampa Bay center in Tampa, Conference Room #2 and #3, Address 9215 N. Florida Ave., Suite 101 in Tampa.  FMI: somersb@careersourcetampabay.com

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AFTER-SCHOOL LITERACY/MATH COACH JOB DESCRIPTION

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Family Center AFTER-SCHOOL LITERACY/MATH COACH JOB DESCRIPTION (INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR) POSITION TITLE: Literacy/Math Coach (Part-time) SUPERVISION: Program Director SITE: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Family Center 900 North Martin Luther king Jr. Avenue Clearwater, Florida 33755 OBJECTIVE: • To assist youth enrolled in the After-school program (grades 1st through 5th) in developing and/or maintaining reading, writing and math skills through the KidzLit After-School curriculum during the academic school year. This is a temporary part-time assignment 4 hours per week from March through May. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Coach children in reading, writing, math, and other literacy-based skills • Hours; Tuesdays, and Thursdays 3:30 until 5:30pm • The Literacy/Math Coach will also act to enhance self-esteem and confidence in the child through patience and encouragement. QUALIFICATIONS: • Board qualified teacher, retired teacher or professional tutor • Ability to read and write the English Language • Interest in and comfort working with 1st through 5th grade students one on one or group settings. • Ability to engage creativity and innovation in facilitating the learning of literacy skills (i.e. crafts, games, play, etc.) • Bi-lingual in Spanish not required but a plus. BENEFITS: • $20.00 per hour • This is a part-time temporary assignment; there are no benefits • Must able to pass a level II background screening

Category: General

Driver/Child Development and Support Worker

Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Family Center Driver/Child Development and Support Worker -Job Description - SUMMARY: This is part-time seasonal position (15 hours per week) functioning within established guidelines and procedures with the responsibility of performing various tasks in the operation of a 12 passenger van transporting children to and from approved locations, facilities and/or activities during the regular school calendar year. This is a non-exempt position in accordance with FLSA standards. Benefits: paid holidays in accordance with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Family Center policy. This position reports primarily to the Executive Director but may from time to time work under the supervision of the Child Development Program Coordinator as instructed by the Executive Director. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Transport children to and from approved locations following a pre-planned route and time schedule.  Operate a 12 passenger van safely and efficiently.  Assist youth with boarding exiting the van safely.  Accurately report incidents or other safety issues and situations  Document mileage.  Take responsibility for van usage and monthly cleaning. QUALIFICATIONS:  Strong commitment to children and an understanding of the factors affecting their lives.  Ability to work independently and as part of a team.  Good organizational skills.  Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to establish good relationships with children, parents and volunteers.  Patience, tolerance and flexibility.  Ability to embark, disembark and operate a 12 passenger vehicle.  Bi-lingual useful but not required. EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE Minimum requirements: High School Diploma or GED and a minimum of one year experience working with children in an after-school setting; Must possess a current and valid driver’s license with good driving record; Must be in good standing with the department of Motor Vehicles; must be able to pass a level II background check.  FMI: mmccluster@northgreenwoodmlkjr.org

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freeFall Theatre's Casting Call

Casting has been announced for freeFall Theatre’s upcoming production "American Monkey" . The show will open March 15 and performances will go through March 30. For more information check out their website or call (727) 498-5205.

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Suncoast Safety Council hiring CPR/AED and First Aid Trainer

Seeking professional individual with flexible schedule to conduct ASHI-certified CPR/AED and First Aid training in our classroom and on-site at client's facilities in greater Tampa Bay area. Must be available days, evenings and weekends. Requires current trainer credentials to receive reciprocal ASHI instructor certification such as: ASHI, AHA, ARC, EMS, etc. Send resume and relevant, valid training certifications by email or fax 727-608-2941 for consideration. EOE, DFWP

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Lutheran Services Florida hiring Finance Director

General Description: Oversees and directs the Program’s accounting processes and related internal control environment, internal and external reporting, budgeting, financial compliance and monitoring (including sub-recipient/Delegate) activities of the Head Start/Early Head Start Programs.  Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting required. Master’s degree preferred. Certified Public Account with active license is strongly preferred. CPA’s who meet the continuing professional education requirements of the GAO’s Yellow Book, Government Auditing Standards, will be given additional preference. Candidates with experience in Head Start and/or Early Head Start programs will be given preference.  Experience: Minimum of six (6) years’ experience working in non-profit environment with at least 2 years at the Director level; excellent written and oral communication skills, ability to work in a team environment and working knowledge of federal contracts and grants management and federal regulations and reporting requirements governing non-profits.  Contact: Louis A. Finney, VP Head Start Services, lfinney@lsfnet.org

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"ARTZ 4 LIFE" Academy, Inc. hiring Credentialed Director

Responsible for maintaining and managing a safe youth facility according to state licensing standards, developing age appropriate programs, supervising staff and children, building relationships with the  school staff and faculty, and interacting with parents and the community in a positive, professional manner.  This position pays $15.00-$18.00 per hour.   Qualifications: Applicant must have current Credentialed Director Certificate and be able to pass DCF Level II Screening and state requirements.  Applicant should also have two or more years college education, curriculum development and experience working with children in an educational or afterschool environment. Must have a valid Driver’s license.   Please send resumes to: jaihinson@yahoo.com

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Family Resources hiring Residential Supervisor

Family Resources a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the children, youth and families in Pinellas County is hiring a Residential Supervisor: for an adolescent short-term residence. The selected candidate will be responsible for the overall management and oversight of the program’s clients and staff. Excellent organizational, verbal and written skills required. State of Florida licensure or licensed eligible in Social Work or Mental Health. Two years’ experience working with adolescents and families and two years’ experience in direct supervision required. The ideal candidate must demonstrate awareness, acceptance and ability to work with the LGBT community.  To apply email resume to hr@family-resources.org, on line at www.family-resources.org or fax resume to (727) 521-5218.  DFWP/EOE

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Family Resources hiring Fundraising & Development Director

Family Resources a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the children, youth and families in Pinellas County is hiring a Fundraising & Development Directorthe selected candidate will be responsible to provide leadership to Family Resources in the areas of fund development, public relations, marketing and community relations. Bachelor’s degree in public relations, marketing, communications or 5 years’ experience in directly related field.  Demonstrated experience in marketing, public relations and community relations.  To apply email resume to hr@family-resources.org, on line at www.family-resources.org or fax resume to (727) 521-5218.  DFWP/EOE

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Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County hiring Fiscal Specialist II

This position provides independent accounting work in JWB's Finance Department.  Associates degree or two years of college coursework in Finance, Accounting, Public Administration or related field, and a minimum of two years of experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience required.  HIRING RANGE:  $15.99-$20.15 (Hourly) $ 33,259.20- $ 41,912.00 (Annually)    Forward Resumes To: Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County, Attn:  Human Resources Dept., 14155 58th Street N, Clearwater, FL  33760. Submit by:  March 14th, 2014.  Email:  hr@jwbpinellas.org, Fax: 727-530-7416, Web: www.jwbpinellas.org

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas hiring Development Coordinator (Full-time)

he Development Coordinator serves as the point of contact for agency fundraising efforts and plays an integral role in all agency fundraising events, including annual campaigns and ongoing Charity of Choice opportunities. In collaboration with the Chief Development Officer and Senior Director of Development, this position will implement and manage a comprehensive Annual Giving program that focuses on increasing the number of individual donors and money raised from annual giving. The program will include leading and managing the agency in annual giving involvement and solicitation methods including:

  • The agency's Start Something breakfast event structured through the Benevon Model,
  • Face-to-face cultivation and solicitation,
  • Direct mail/email in conjunction with the National office,
  • Solicitation programs,
  • Providing appropriate stewardship to all annual giving donors.

As an individual contributor, this position is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of 75 to 100 top prospects and donors.  Please forward resumes to Desiree Holley at DesireeH@bbbspc.org.   No phone calls please.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas hiring Match Support Specialist (Part –time)

Essential to the BBBS brand, the primary function of this position is to provide match support to ensure child safety, positive impacts for youth, constructive and satisfying relationships between children and volunteers, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS on the part of volunteers. It is critical that the Match Support Specialist is the relationship manager with all stakeholders including the schools, volunteer partners as well as the Big & Little. The successful incumbent will produce positive outcomes in the following areas: match closure rate, match retention rate, average match length, volunteer rematch rate, and customer satisfaction.

Qualifications:

Minimum Bachelors degree in social services, human services or related field. Assessment and relationship development experience with child and adult populations; understanding of child development and family dynamics; intake or interview experience preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft OFFICE; including Word, Outlook, and Excel.  Please forward resumes to Desiree Holley at DesireeH@bbbspc.org.  No phone calls please.

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