Are you looking for a career that’s fulfilling and passion-driven? You've come to the right place! A strong nonprofit community takes a motivated, inspired, educated and efficient workforce. The Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence strives to match passionate individuals with the right organization through our job bank.  Please read the job descriptions posted below and check back frequently as this page is updated often.

 

 

Delivery Driver / Warehouse Associate

America’s Second Harvest of the Big Bend (ASHBB) is looking for a dynamic member of the Operations team. Full time position with varying work schedules. The successful candidate will serve as a delivery driver and warehouse associate. Transportation duties include safely operating company vehicles to make scheduled pickup and deliveries of food products. All delivery routes are within Florida's Big Bend region and are completed within a single day's shift. 

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Part-Time Communications Officer

The Director of Communications is responsible for strategy, planning and implementation of Museum PR/media relations and marketing campaigns, internal and external communications programs, and initiatives to increase public understanding of the Museum’s mission and goals. The individual occupying this position will be responsible for strategic thinking and planning to attract a significant number of visitors annually, as well as to heighten awareness of the Museum nationally and internationally.

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Development and Projects Specialist


Coordinates agency fund raising projects and fund development; assists with marketing, community outreach and management functions. Reports to the agency president. Works a part of a team with the Director of Development and Communications and President.

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Advocates for Veterans Housing/SSVF Landlord Outreach/Housing Specialist

Responsible for identifying and coordinating housing for eligible Veteran Families seeking housing stability and ensuring that programs, providers and identified housing are in compliance with all applicable Federal and local housing regulations, laws and standards.

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Communications Coordinator Intern

Handle website maintenance, manage and analyze Google and MailChimp data, maintain communication with new and prospective donors, manage e-mail content and send out e-mails as necessary, and maintain an updated spreadsheet listing the housed clients and the caseworkers that worked with each client. Anticipated work requirement: 10-15 hours per week.

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Grant Writer/Development Specialist Intern

Work in collaboration to complete grant applications and better Unhoused Humanity’s grant writing process, oversee financial activities, create financial reports documenting detailed finances and the efficacy of the organization, and identify opportunities to restructure the current business model into a financially sustainable one. Anticipated work requirement: 5-10 hours per week.

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Media Editor and Storyteller Intern

Create videos and content for events/fundraisers to engage potential donors (travel as necessary), create flyers, digital media, and other content to use for the organization’s website and marketing materials, write engaging and compelling blogs/written content for the organization, connect with media outlets in the local area to produce content that promotes Unhoused Humanity, and reach out to previous clients to perform Monthly Client Updates. Anticipated work requirement: 5-10 hours per week.

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Marketing/Social Media Analyst Intern

Cross reference and maintain social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with updated website information, engage with people and post on social media accounts a minimum of 3 times a week, track social media advertisements, analyze Google and MailChimp data to help us reach more donors/get more engagement, and develop metrics to assess organizational impact. Anticipated work requirement: 5-10 hours per week.

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Promise Zone Staff Attorney

Provides legal advice and counseling services in civil matters to low-income Leon County residents in the Promise Zone. Assist with mediation, case management, and represent clients in state and federal court litigation in civil proceedings. Coordinates and oversees clinics aimed at providing legal services to clients in the Promise Zone and in the Leon County Jail. Clinics will require outreach to community partners to assist with coordination and marketing. Full-time position. Hours may vary. Residence in or other ties to the Promise Zone preferred.

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Executive Director

The Executive Director of the Florida Library Association (FLA) is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Association and implementing the policies and programs of the organization as established by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is an employee of the Association Executive Board and is supervised by the FLA Board President. FLA is a chapter of the American Library Association.

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Director of Management & Special Programs

This position manages agency contracts; assists with budget management and fund development; coordinates quality assurance of agency services with the Director of Hotline Programs who has direct supervision of the counseling and clinical aspects of the programs; represents the agency in the community and in key agency collaboration activities; and manages personnel records. The position involves the use of administrative, managerial, technology, communications and personnel management skills. 

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