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UPDATED Job Posting – Executive Director of INIE

The Institute of Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (INIE) is accepting applications for the role of Executive Director.  Interested candidates should review the information below and follow the link to submit an application.

Application deadline: NEW Application Deadline: Monday, November 8, 2021

The INIE Executive Director is an employee of Tallahassee Community College (TCC)

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Application:  Submit application here.


The mission of the Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (INIE) is to strengthen the capacity and impact of nonprofit organizations through advocacy, education, collaboration, and support. Through a focus on capacity building, collaboration and creativity, INIE works to enhance the nonprofit sector and ensure it continues to serve as a driving force for the region’s economy and quality of life. Since its inception, INIE’s board, staff, and stakeholders have been focused on playing a central role in advocating for the nonprofit sector and helping its 150+ members access the resources and services necessary to better fulfill their missions. INIE is a strong champion for the economic growth and vitality of the local nonprofit sector; plays a leading role in advancing nonprofit enterprise and social entrepreneurship; and published a State of the Sector report in 2016 that details the current condition and economic impact of the local nonprofit sector.

MAJOR FUNCTION:  The Executive Director of the Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (Note: Within TCC, this position is referred to as the Program Coordinator) has a dual reporting relationship with the Vice President for Workforce Innovation and the INIE Board of Directors. The day-to-day priorities of the ED are established by the INIE Board of Directors. The annual performance review is conducted jointly by the VP for Workforce Innovation who serves as a standing member of the INIE Board of Directors. Primary duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Serves as the chief administrator for INIE and serves as its leader on behalf of members and local nonprofit organizations. Develops and implements, in partnership with the Board of Directors, a three-year strategic plan to increase value to INIE members, ensure financial sustainability, and deliver high-impact programs, services and advocacy.  Oversees a robust membership program with a strong focus on growth and retention. Serves as the organization’s chief fundraiser and implements a comprehensive plan to generate revenues through private contributions, sponsorships, grant funding, and earned revenue opportunities. Serves as the primary liaison for the Board of Directors; participating in board development, recruitment, and cultivation of relationships with members of the Board of Directors.
  • Provides financial management and oversees all operational functions in compliance with INIE’s policies and procedures. Builds relationships and seeks strategic partnerships and opportunities to collaborate across nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors to advance INIE’s goals. Engages, supervises, leads and evaluates INIE staff.
  • Provides leadership for key community initiatives that benefit INIE members and the local nonprofit sector. Participates in public policy efforts and advocates on behalf of its members and the nonprofit sector. Develops and implements operating procedures to guide and direct programs and functions.
  • Assists in the development and delivery of INIE programming and services per an annual calendar of events. Implements an ongoing evaluation program to measure outcomes and impact to include innovative, mission-driven programs establishing INIE as a leader in its field.
  • Serves as the primary spokesperson for INIE and advance INIE’s visibility in the community. Maintains strong internal and external communication.

MINIMUM TRAINING/EXPERIENCE:  Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public Administration, Communications, Nonprofit Management or a related field.  Also requires five years of active executive experience in nonprofit management, association management, public administration or the private sector.  Demonstrated experience in strategizing, administration, advocacy, leadership and coalition building is preferred.

SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING: Knowledge and use of Members Clicks or comparable membership database. Knowledge and/or previous experience in a Management Support Organization. Knowledge of ethical compliance, confidentiality and professionalism. Knowledge of CFRE and/or CAE certification. Skilled in excellent written and verbal communications skills.  Ability to influence and inspire support for INIE’s mission and goals. Ability to nurture and grow working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups and organizations. Ability to communicate INIE’s mission and goals to current and prospective members, donors, and community stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with peers, Board of Directors, volunteers and community leaders.

PREFERENCE:  Preference will also be given to veterans and spouses who are eligible under the Veterans' Preference Law. At time of application, submittal of Form DD214 is the minimum requirement for veterans' preference claim.  Note:  Please upload your DD214 as an attachment as part of your application at the time of submission. 

***TCC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/E-Verify Employer ***  

The selected candidate identified for this position will be required to successfully complete a criminal background check, which may include fingerprinting.  

The College uses E-Verify as part of the I-9 process to verify the work eligibility of all new hires.  Tallahassee Community College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status in its programs and activities.  Inquiries regarding the College’s non-discrimination policies may be directed to: Renae Tolson, Equity Officer, Room 239 Administration Building, 444 Appleyard Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32304, (850) 201-6074, [email protected]

All persons are encouraged to apply.  

If you need accommodation to participate in the application/selection process, please notify Human Resources at (850) 201-8510.

 Posted: October 12th, 2021

Position Title: Program Coordinator

Full Time Equivalency/Non-Exempt: 40 Hours per week

Reports to: Statewide Director


The Program Coordinator is responsible for managing daily operational tasks within the office such as support services, internal and external correspondence, organizing and maintaining records. Works closely with the Compliance and Audit Director to ensure data collection requirements for all Open Doors Outreach Network (ODON) subcontractors is received accurately and timely and is in accordance to all state and federal reporting requirements. Maintains ODON operations and administrative functions and is responsible for all monthly reports, preparing and organizing all organizational files and files for audits and monitoring.

This position will be responsible for assisting with the day to day operations within the statewide office and for providing administrative support to team members. The Program Coordinator performs a variety of administrative duties that are necessary to assist ODON in running efficiently.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Operations, Financial and Administration: 75%

  • Manages day to day general operations and support services for ODON subcontractors- 10%
  • Serves as point of contact in the collection of information and data (both performance and financial) from the ODON providers that are necessary for the development of monthly, quarterly and annual performance reports to ensure grant requirements are completed in a timely and accurate manner - 15%
  • Provides administrative support to the President, Statewide Director and Compliance and Audit Director on day-to-day ODON operations – 10%
  • Manages ODON office correspondence, records and filing system (both physical and electronic) - 5%
  • Coordinates logistics for meetings hosted by ODON staff and coordinates related travel - 5%
  • Uploads monthly, quarterly and annual performance reports and financial documentation to ensure grant requirements are completed in a timely and accurate manner in the online reporting system – 10%
  • Assists Compliance and Audit Director with audit/monitoring preparation for all ODON subcontractors - 5%
  • Works to prepare monthly and quarterly financial reporting, reoccurring payments for services, budget needs, etc. - 15%

Network Implementation and Continual Improvement: 25%

  •  Provides administrative and operational assistance to all ODON providers, advisors, and approved contractors - 15%
  • Assists in the notification and distribution of materials, guides, webinars, trainings, and other resources to meet the needs of the direct service providers and ensure continuity of services throughout all ODON regions - 10%


A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred. Years of experience can substitute for a degree. Five years of related experience is preferred.


Director of Student Affairs, North Florida 
Posted: October 7, 2021

About Southern Scholarship Foundation: Through rent-free housing and cooperative living, Southern Scholarship Foundation supports students who lack financial resources, demonstrate excellent academic merit, and exemplify good character attend institutions of higher education.

Summary: Counsels and advises college students; oversees the recruitment process; screening and selecting applicants; conducts orientations; supervises and develops House Managers and Ambassadors; and enforces the student conduct policies of the Southern Scholarship Foundation. 

North Florida includes approximately 283 residents who study at Florida A & M University, Florida State University, Tallahassee Community College, and Flagler College-Tallahassee residing in 16 scholarship houses.

This position reports to the President/CEO and is classified as exempt according to the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Student Counseling / Advising

  • Maintain and enforce policies, rules and regulations for the students as adopted by the Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
  • Meet with the House Managers of the North Florida houses to monitor concerns and to see that the houses operate efficiently and effectively.
  • Oversee the enforcement of the Resident Handbook and Code of Conduct.
  • Advise students and serve as a resource to services available on respective campuses and through the Foundation; work with students on academic or conduct probation as needed.
  • Coordinate and attend student activities within the SSF community to help the students feel a part of that community, including working with the Resident Advisory Council and Ambassadors.
  • Email weekly updates, activities, and due dates. 
  • Schedule and lead monthly meetings of all house managers and Ambassadors, in addition to routine one-on-one meetings.
  • Identify and liaise with contracted external mental health therapists.

Student Management

  • Coordinate and lead orientation for Foundation students each semester.
  • Determine eligibility of returning students by (1) compiling grade lists each semester, contacting those going on or off probation; (2) reviewing financial need forms, contacting those no longer in need; and (3) distributing, collecting and reviewing resident evaluations each semester.
  • Oversee the processing of scholarship applications from receipt through notification.
  • Interview and select the house managers.
  • Interview and select the ambassadors.
  • Conduct training for all house managers, ambassadors, and house officers prior to each semester.
  • Provide incoming students with all required acceptance and move-in information.
  • Assist Director of Development with student activities supporting fundraising initiatives, house champions, and sponsor letters.
  • Arrange for the presentation of scholarship certificates to new recipients, including coordination of any sponsor or high school scholarship events.
  • Maintain relationships with the pertinent university departments, i.e., housing, financial aid, registrar, admissions, etc.
  • Directly supervises House Managers and Federal Work Study students.
  • Be on-call throughout the night for emergency situations.
  • Weekend and evening availability are required (approx. 2-4 times per month).

Foundation Administration

  • Work in tandem with the Director of Student Affairs – Central Florida.
  • Oversee the maintenance of current records of individual scholarship students and each scholarship house’s academic standing including regular updates of the records on the database.
  • Oversee the maintenance of the Alumni records database.
  • Provide special interest stories for newsletters, funding proposals, etc.
  • Communicate with House Treasurers regarding deadlines, utilities, budgets and house reports.
  • Process scholarship withdrawals and terminations; assist the Staff Accountant with refunds of student deposits.
  • Continuously communicate with the Foundation students to keep abreast of student concerns and problems and work with the President in responding to the needs of the students.
  • Assist the President in preparing reports for Board of Directors and Executive Committee meetings.
  • Coordinate and conduct meetings of the Student Affairs Committee.
  • Communicate effectively with the Director of Maintenance and staff regarding maintenance needs, including immediate and projected housing demand.
  • Assist with the Foundation’s budget process for Student Affairs.
  • Supervise other staff, as assigned by the President.


  • Serve as the contact person for prospective students, high schools, community/state colleges and universities regarding the application process.
  • Work with SSF staff and students to promote SSF.
  • Assist prospective students and parents with the application process, scholarship house tours and general university information.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below 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.

  • Master's degree in related field of study and two years of experience, or a Bachelor's degree in related field of study and four years of experience; or two to four years related counseling and/or student affairs experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Direct experience working with college students required.
  • Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrated soft skills including conflict resolution, use of technology, problem solving, customer service, communication, teamwork, leadership, ethics, achievement focus, dependability, initiative, innovation, and planning/organizing.
  • Knowledge of MS Office, social media, and database functions.
  • Spanish or Haitian Creole fluency would be an additional asset.

Location: The position is based in the Tallahassee, Florida office. Physical presence in the office is expected with occasional remote days possible.

Benefits: We value our employees’ time and efforts. Their commitment to our success is enhanced by competitive annual compensation of $56,000 - $62,000, depending on qualifications and experience. The extensive benefits package includes 100% employer paid health insurance premiums, dental and vision for employees, short- and long-term disability coverage, employer match retirement, generous PTO and sick leave, winter holiday break, and paid major holidays.

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with ‘Director of Student Affairs’ in the subject line. Applications without a cover letter and resume will not be considered. Applications submitted through Indeed or LinkedIn will only be considered if a cover letter is also submitted. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For priority consideration apply on or before October 24, 2021.

We are an equal opportunity employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and comply with all applicable Federal and State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action with our hiring activities. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, genetic information, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and veteran's status.

The above job description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and standards of the position. Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as assigned by their supervisor.



 Friends of Florida History, Inc. 

Bookkeeper Position

The OPS Fiscal Assistant supports the Florida Division of Historical Resources citizen support organization, Friends of Florida History, Inc. The Friends of Florida History, Inc. (FFH) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose purpose is to provide financial and administrative support to the programs and activities of the Florida Division of Historical Resources (including but not limited to Mission San Luis, The Grove Museum, and Florida Main Street). The vision of Friends of Florida History, Inc. (FFH) is to enrich the preservation of Florida’s historical resources.

The CSO Bookkeeper position requires independent work assisting management in the coordination of bookkeeping assignments and administrative tasks that are complex and vary within the Florida Division of Historical Resources (including Mission San Luis, The Grove Museum, and DHR Program Areas) and is responsible for, including but not limited to, the following duties:


  • Finance:  File and track all income/expenditures, recording to appropriate fund accounts. Post bank account balances and make transfers between accounts as required. Process end-of-month transfers prior to reconciliation with independent accounting firm. Assure that insurance for special events is paid. Pay bills in a timely manner. Record transactions in QuickBooks. Obtain appropriate signatures on checks. Track banking statements. Prepare Income and Expense Reports for Mission San Luis, the Grove Museum, and DHR Program Areas. Prepare Endowment Reports prior to monthly reconciliation with independent accounting firm. Ensure credit card bills are paid and receipts retained for audit purposes. Make daily/weekly bank deposits and exchange money when needed for gift shop. Prepare for and assist annual audit of CSO accounts. File and maintain CSO financial records. Assist the CSO Development Director.
  • Gift Shop Assistance: Participate in inventory of gift shop once a month. Coordinate with Gift Shop Manager to transfer MSL admission income from shop to MSL on a regular basis. Ensure payment of gift shop bills in a timely manner.
  • Rental Program Assistance: Maintain schedule of Rental Deposits and Security Deposits for events at Mission San Luis in coordination with Rental Manager. Track and record CSO event income and expenditures, security deposits, and rental deposits/fees.
  • CSO Membership Assistance:  Coordinate with museum visiting services managers at Mission San Luis and The Grove Museum. Collect CSO membership deposits and record transactions in QuickBooks. Record income/expenses and maintain financial records. Collect income from sites to record in QuickBooks and deposit at bank. Assist staffing of special CSO events.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum qualifications:

  • High school diploma
  • Proficient in MS Office, QuickBooks and Excel

Preferred qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Two (2) years bookkeeping and administrative experience
  • Nonprofit experience preferred but not required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Knowledge of bookkeeping principles and practices
  • Ability to perform administrative task, prepare correspondence, budgets, and work independently
  • Possess excellent communication skills
  • Proficient in MS Office, QuickBooks, and Excel
  • Ability to use desktop computer and conference phone

Work hours:   Up to 40 hrs/week

Schedule:  Must be willing to work nights and weekends as needed during special events.  Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Pay:  $ 14.00 - $17.50 per hour

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS:  A Level 2 criminal background check is a condition of employment.  If selected for this position, you must provide your fingerprints.  We will send your fingerprints to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a criminal background check.


We are committed to enhancing our workforce through the employment of Veterans, individuals with disabilities and to seek qualified candidates from diverse cultures and backgrounds, abilities, skills, and talents to join our inclusive workforce.

Male applicants born on or after January 1, 1960, will not be eligible for hire or promotion unless they are registered with the Selective Services System (SSS) before their 26th birthday, or have a Letter of Registration Exemption from the SSS. For more information, please visit the SSS website:

The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.

Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority. Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.

The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to the attention of CSO Development Director Carol Bryant-Martin by email at: [email protected]. If you have any questions, please call 850-245-6449.

Posted September 21, 2021


Posted September 21st, 2021
Director of Operations Position


Good News Outreach GNO is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Operations. Good News Outreach is a faith-based non-sectarian non-profit agency with a wide range of programs for families, senior citizens, and persons in reentry.

General Description

The Director of Operations organizes and oversees the daily operations of the agency. The areas of responsibility for this role are very broad and require knowledge of various programs, policies, procedures and processes. Serves as the internal leader of the organization.

Human Resources. On-boards new staff. Maintains employment files. Coordinates payroll process.

Finances. Maintains check log. Reviews accounts payables for all programs. Assists the Executive Director with preparation of the annual budget. Oversight of purchasing. Maintains rent records in Buildium program. Assigns expense to programs.

Reporting. Maintains records for various grants and programs, submits monthly and quarterly reports. Assists with CHSP and other grant applications and reporting. Maintains logs of in-kind donations and volunteer hours. Reports regularly on the status of each program in relation to strategic plan objectives and keeps statistical summaries needed for accountability for applicable funding organizations.

Food and Seniors Programs. Supervises the Food and Senior Programs Assistant. Orders food from 2nd Harvest of the Big Bend and maintains an inventory to meet the needs of the Food Pantry and Food Delivery Routes. Coordinates volunteers. Maintains client records, monitors routes, recruits volunteers to meet delivery needs, responds to client requests.

Required Qualifications

Significant experience in day-to-day operations of a business or non-profit agency.

Superior organizational skills.

Supervisory experience

Highly resourceful and ability to multi-task.

Experience with budgets.

Proficient with computer applications to include Excel, Word and social media platforms is required.

Desired Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in business or a related field.

Knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations related to food program, low-income housing, reentry programs, and elder programs.

To apply or for more information Submit resume’ and cover letter to [email protected]

Posted September 21, 2021



Posted September 2, 2021

Junior Achievement Big Bend’s purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy through programs in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. JA Big Bend reaches nearly 3,000 students annually in relevant, hands-on learning experiences that teach young people to manage their money, plan for their economic future, own their own businesses, and develop readiness for careers or college.

Junior Achievement associates are known for their passion for the JA mission that brings together business and education to work with students in kindergarten through high school, so they are empowered to own their economic success. Members of the JA team interact with community leaders who support JA with their time, treasure, and talent. Junior Achievement Big Bend offers a collaborative, inclusive work environment and the opportunity to impact the lives of young people in our community.

POSITION CONCEPT: Implements daily operations of JA programs in the Big Bend area; maintains program quality and expansion, ensures strong school relations and increases public awareness for all programs. Program Manager ensures that program objectives are met in terms of Leon, Gadsden, and Jefferson County Schools and other JA Big Bend partners; grant conformity and initiatives are met; administrative procedures are followed, and that JA volunteers and teachers are secured and trained. This position manages on-going communications with volunteers and potential program partners and assists with the yearly planning calendar for local programming, volunteer recognition, and donor development.

  • Develops excellent comprehensive understanding of the organization, and its goals and programs, in order to articulate its vision to volunteers, funding organizations, and government entities. Maintain a strong understanding of new and existing products.
  • Recruits program volunteers to meet program goals by securing new sources for volunteers and renewals from existing volunteer sources. Develops and delivers recruiting presentations.
  • Develops and implements volunteer orientation programs, scheduling volunteers/teachers, ordering program materials, and distributing registration and evaluation forms.
  • JABB CRM (Blackbaud)- Responsible for managing data entry and quality; oversees utilization of data for program management and volunteer relationships.
  • Responsible for submitting bi-annual program verification through BCRM to Junior Achievement of North Florida.
  • Implements the program growth/expansion strategic plan and assists JABB’s Director to increase public awareness of JA programs.
  • Assures program quality through phone calls, classroom monitoring, participant surveys, evaluation instruments and newsletters. Continually provides feedback, program materials and resources to consultants and teachers.
  • Assists in developing and implementing methods of volunteer recognition: planning logistics of event(s); informing consultants, teachers, school administrators and business executives of event; planning and distributing appreciation materials.
  • Delivers program related information to Board Committees so the goals of the Board of Directors can be achieved. Helps prepare materials for Board Committee meetings.
  • Assists in developing a yearly calendar that includes timetables, procedures, and responsibilities to be accomplished. Manages program department records in line with organizational standards and objectives.
  • Documents and report deliverables as related to the financials of an overall project.
  • Ensures that program objectives of grants and partner agreements are met.
  • Along with JABB Director, responsible for grant compliance, and assist with sourcing grant funds and grant writing.
  • Advises and collaborates with JABB Director to accurately identify areas of alignment with potential prospects and identify the needs of schools for proposal opportunities in areas of partnership.
  • Assist in gathering print/social media for press releases and/or grants- photos, testimonials, events, etc. Write material for newsletters and correspondence dealing with programmatic content.
  • Other projects as required, including event support on weeknights, weekends, and holidays.


  • Must have enthusiasm for the Junior Achievement mission and true commitment to helping students realize their potential.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Communication, Business, or related field is required.
  • Three to five years of experience in program, project, or event management is preferred.
  • Computer literacy is required. Programs often used are Microsoft Office products, CRM database, and Zoom.
  • Proven strong problem-solving skills with high attention to detail, strong organizational and planning skills.
  • Must be able to provide own transportation, as some local travel is required.
  • Strong oral/written communication skills. Public speaking experience.
  • Knowledge of the education community and organizations. Experience in education or and/or familiarity with area schools is preferred.
  • Should be comfortable working closely in teams; this position will be working collaboratively as well as independently.
  • The ideal candidate will be innovative, creative, and forward-thinking, have project/program management experience.
  • Self-motivation and dependability are a must.
  • Have knowledge of grants, sponsorships, and event planning.

This is a full-time position, offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to: sit, walk, occasionally required to reach with hands and arms, continually required to talk or hear, occasionally required to bend, lift, or climb, frequently required to lift and carry light weights (25-50 pounds), and specific vision abilities include: close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust or focus.

This position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties required by their supervisor. This document does not create an employment contract implied or otherwise, other than an "at-will" relationship.

Must meet employment requirements including being able to pass a background check. Junior Achievement Big Bend is an equal opportunity employer.

Apply through Send questions to [email protected]

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