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.

If you are an INIE Member and would like our job board updated with your organization's open positions, contact us at [email protected] with the job description and pertinent information regarding the position.

The Kearney Center

Bookkeeper

Position Description:

 Interested in working in a fast-paced environment with a dynamic team? We are looking for motivated individuals with a client-first mentality and passion for community service to join our team!

The Kearney Center provides temporary emergency shelter and housing focused services to people experiencing homelessness, in a safe environment that promotes dignity and respect.

Position Type: Full Time
Hours per week: 40
Supervisor: Director of Finance and Administration
FLSA: Non-Exempt

Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Director of Finance and Administration, this position independently performs a wide variety of general or specialized accounting functions, analysis and reporting requiring the application of accounting principles, practices, and procedures.
Performs a variety of routine bookkeeping and clerical duties including maintaining financial records of company activities. Follow established policies and procedures.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Performs varied account maintenance such as general ledger work, cash accounts, and reconciliation.
  • Maintains accounting systems and computer resources to generate periodic reports and statements.
  • Prepare and participate in the application process and reporting of available grants.
  • Verifies accuracy of computations; assure all transactions are classified and recorded in accordance with established procedures.
  • Types vouchers, invoices, statements, and other records; prepare or assist with preparation of worksheets, summaries, statements, and reports on a timely basis.
  • Processes all funds received by check or by wire transfer for escrow bank accounts.
  • Prepares the monthly bank reconciliation report, which is distributed to the Leadership team and possible Board members for review.
  • Responds to correspondence or telephone calls regarding problems/errors. Conduct research to resolve discrepancies to the satisfaction of all parties.
  • Assists in the preparation of financial statements and reports required by the company, its external auditors, or other regulatory authorities.

Education and Experience:

  • Associate Degree in Accounting preferred. Relevant experience may substitute for the education requirement.
  • Minimum 5 years of accounting/bookkeeping experience in the maintenance of financial and statistical records.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of non-profit best accounting practices, office methods and procedures as applied to the maintenance of systematic financial records; of double entry bookkeeping methods; of company accounting classifications and billing systems.
  • Superior ability to maintain an efficient system of financial records; to prepare complete and accurate financial reports; to make arithmetic computations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, in person and by telephone.
  • Strong organizational skills and analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office software and QuickBooks required.
  • Ability to perform work pace appropriate to a given workload

Work Environment: General office environment with standard accessible office equipment. This position does not require unusual physical ability. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Compensation and Benefits: $18 - 23 hourly

Please send an email with your resume and cover letter to [email protected] if interested.

Position will remain open until filled.


 

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 PART-TIME FOOD PANTRY ASSISTANT

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
  • Assist Program Coordinator/Manager in receiving and packing orders
  • Make sure that received food packets are sorted, stocked, and stored in an appropriate manner
  • Ensure proper refrigeration of frozen items and perform rotation duties as necessary
  • Make sure that the purchased food is in accordance with the requisition provided
  • Return any orders that may have been delivered in error
  • Collect appropriate data for monthly and quarterly reporting
  • Ensure appropriate packaging of food distributed on food route & ensure food bags are
  • delivered to right households
  • Ensure maintenance and cleanliness of the food pantry
  • Greet agency clients and assist them during pantry distribution activities
  • Coordinate pantry entrance as needed on distribution days and provide information to visitors
  • and clients
  • Handle the intake process according to company regulations
  • Perform other duties as assigned                                                                                                                                                      

 Education: High School Diploma or GED

Other Qualifications:

  • Good work ethic
  • Good time management skills
  • Knowledge of food insecure population
  • Knowledge of appropriate community resources for populations served
  • Effective communication and writing skills
  • Acceptable results of background investigation
  • A working knowledge of MS Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Strong interpersonal relationship skills
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Must be able to sit, stand, walk, and bend with or without accommodation

Please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected].

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PART-TIME SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAM COORDINATOR

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

  • Supervises and monitors the day-to-day activities of the programming for participants in the Mercy House, Seniors, Food Distribution, and Affordable Transitional Housing (Maryland Oaks Crossing) programs.
  • Weekly prepares and maintains various logs, records, statistical reports regarding participants receiving or referred to services for each program for marketing, grant writing and grant management purposes.
  • Reviews case assessments for each client including a personalized action plan; reviews case files to ensure proper documentation of all case activities. Audits case management files to ensure compliance standards
  • Coordinates with case managers, specific program managers and other community resources.
  • Develops and maintains a database of relevant service providers including but not limited to food and clothing assistance, financial and employment assistance healthcare, mental healthcare, alcohol and drug treatment, etc. in order to facilitate the referral process.
  • Keeps current list of social services available to area residents and provides information about how to obtain the services.
  • Encourages clients to utilize, and supplies clients and staff with, notices of relevant community activities, resources, and services.
  • Serves as liaison to other agencies in order to obtain/coordinate assistance on client’s behalf; builds and maintains professional working relationships with community agencies; participates in partnerships with other agencies to provide to clients a wider range of assistance.
  • Recruits and Manages volunteers 
  • Coordinates special events for the people served as identified.                                                                                                                   

Education: Bachelor Degree Preferred

Other Qualifications:

  • Five years of experience in developing, coordinating and maintaining social service programs preferred.
  • Knowledge of appropriate community resources for populations served
  • Effective communication and writing skills
  • Acceptable results of background investigation
  • A working knowledge of MS Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Strong interpersonal relationship skills
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Must be able to sit, stand, walk, and bend with or without accommodation

Please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected].

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PART-TIME MEN’S RE-ENTRY MANAGER

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

  • Leads the GNO Re-Entry program – Mercy House for men residential program
  • Coordinates an interdisciplinary team (case managers, program assistants and community partners) to develop and assess programming for Mercy House.
  • Provides case management for Mercy House men as appropriate in the in-take and orientation process. Coordinates or provides transportation for clients.
  • Acts as liaison to Florida Department of Corrections, Probation, Law Enforcement, and the Courts
  • Coordinates client services to include case management, including progress/case notes, incident reports, group notes etc.
  • Maintains records of clients served, services provided, referral sources, volunteers and hours served.
  • Completes reports as needed, as well as annual reports. Assists with relevant grant applications.
  • Ensures that the assigned programs are efficiently and effectively managed in accordance with established DOC and GNO procedures as well as current best practices to achieve desired outcomes
  • Coordinates admissions process
  • Reports weekly on status of the program and keep data needed for accountability for applicable funding organizations
  • Seeks and establishes meaningful collaboration with business, mental health, and substance abuse partners within the community to strength program offerings and community recognition
  • Provides training and supervision of volunteers and interns
  • Other duties as needed

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, Criminal Justice, or related field; significant related experience and/or certifications may be acceptable

Other Qualifications:

  • Five years of experience in case management for re-entry or other assistance with second chance citizens
  • Knowledge of crisis intervention, relapse prevention or supportive counseling best practices
  • Knowledge of appropriate community resources for populations served
  • Effective communication and writing skills
  • Acceptable results of background investigation
  • A working knowledge of MS Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Strong interpersonal relationship skills
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Must be able to sit, stand, walk, and bend with or without accommodation
Please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected].


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Junior Achievement Big Bend - Community Volunteers Needed

 

Help JA Big Bend Inspire Tomorrow! If you are passionate about entrepreneurship, work-readiness, and financial literacy education, please consider becoming a Junior Achievement Big Bend volunteer. 

 

 Junior Achievement (JA) is the nation’s oldest and largest organization dedicated to giving young people, K-12, the knowledge, and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices.  Work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills are taught by volunteers from the business community.  JA Big Bend provides the materials, scheduling and training necessary to deliver world-class financial literacy programs and provides relevant, hands-on experiences for over 3,000 students annually in our local area.

Currently, JA Big Bend is seeking volunteers who have a passion for preparing our young people for the interrelationship between today’s financial decisions and future financial freedom!                                                                                                                                                          

JA Personal Finance highlights how to achieve financial health and wellness, students learn about money-management strategies, including earning, employment and income, budgeting, savings, credit and debt, consumer protection, smart shopping, risk management, and investing.                     

Time Commitment: (5) 45-minute classroom sessions, taught one day each week for 5 weeks (February 3 to March 2), classes are at Gadsden County High School. Training is provided.

JA Big Bend is also seeking volunteers who have a passion for entrepreneurship!                                                                                                 

JA Be Entrepreneurial reaches 1,000-1,500 high school students annually in all our local high schools.  JA volunteers challenge students to start “thinking” entrepreneurial and teaches them the essential elements of practical business planning using the Lean Canvas.                                       

Time Commitment: (6) 45-minute classroom sessions, taught one day each week for 6 weeks, January through February/March, classes at Rickards High School and Gadsden County High School. Training is provided.


Contact Jordyn Harlow at [email protected]

Training Facilitator

Job Overview:

The Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (INIE) works to strengthen the capacity and impact of the nonprofit sector through advocacy, education, and collaboration. The Training Facilitator will lead a series of training sessions that support community-based organizations seeking to apply for funding from the Children’s Services Council of Leon County (CSC Leon). This position will work closely with INIE’s Executive Director and CSC Leon staff members

Responsibilities:

1. Leading technical assistance training sessions in-person and virtually.
2. Providing guidance to organizations throughout the funding application process.
3. Receiving and responding to any application related inquiries made by organizations applying for funds.
4. Employing data collection best practices to assess organizational outcomes and report on findings.

Qualifications:

1. Knowledge of grant writing and reporting processes.
2. Proven experience in training groups and individuals.
3. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
4. Ability to manage multiple assignments.
5. Commitment to a fun, fast-paced and team-oriented working environment.
6. Willingness to comply with INIE’s policies and procedures.
7. Ability to give and receive feedback in a positive manner.
8. A great attitude and work ethic.
9. The ability to work independently.
10. An aptitude for details.
11. Ability to maintain a professional appearance.

Computer Proficiencies:

Office 365, Google Docs, Forms and SharePoint, Scheduling Software, Zoom

Hours and Days:

The Training Facilitator will work 20 hours per week at $30 per hour with a mix of virtual and in-office hours during normal office hours 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday-Friday

To Apply

Email Cover letter and Resume to [email protected]

Technical Coordinator

Job Overview:

The Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence (INIE) works to strengthen the capacity and impact of the nonprofit sector through advocacy, education, and collaboration. The Technical Coordinator will implement a series of online and in-person training sessions that support community-based organizations seeking to apply for funding from the Children’s Services Council of Leon County (CSC Leon). This position will work closely with INIE’s Executive Director and CSC Leon staff members.

Responsibilities:

1. Implementing and marketing technical assistance training sessions.
2. Tracking and reporting data including registration demographics, training session attendance records, and technical assistance requests.
3. Employing data collection best practices to assess organizational outcomes and reporting on findings.
4. Related administrative support.

 Qualifications:

1. Experience in scheduling online and in-person training sessions.
2. Familiarity with contract management reporting processes.
3. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
4. Ability to manage multiple assignments.
5. Commitment to a fun, fast-paced and team-oriented working environment.
6. Willingness to comply with INIE’s policies and procedures.
7. Ability to give and receive feedback in a positive manner.
8. A great attitude and work ethic.
9. Ability to work independently.
10. An aptitude for details.
11. Ability to maintain a professional appearance.

Computer Proficiencies:

 Office 365, Google Docs, Forms and SharePoint, Scheduling Software, Zoom

Hours and Days:

The Technical Coordinator will work 20 hours per week at $30 per hour at the INIE office during normal office hours 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday-Friday.

To Apply:

Email Cover letter and Resume to [email protected]

 

 

 

Systems Engineer

Job Duties:

The System Engineer is a professional position that both configures client database system to match the changing workflow of the organization and integrates software components into the existing systems to increase efficiencies generate reporting requirements to meet grant requirements and organization needs. Must be detailed oriented and proactive. Candidates should possess a high level of professionalism, be able to exercise good judgment, and have proven experience of effective system configuration and integration of software components. Ideal candidates would have experience being a part of a team that works with users to help facilitate technology changes and considers users interaction with database for optimization.

  • M-F with flexible schedule
  • Paid time off includes holidays, sick leave, and personal leave (which after two years, increases to four weeks per year)
  • 100% fully paid health insurance for employees & dependent children after 60 days of employment
  • Employer paid life insurance policy of $25,000
  • Employer contributes 6% to retirement/ 401K plan, after one year of full-time service
  • Additional voluntary options of dental, vision, term life, disability, and other insurance coverages are also available.  
  • Flexible Work plans including remote work options available after 6 months of employment                                                                         

 Salary$45,000 (is negotiable).

Requirements:

  • A minimum of four years’ experience in a business analyst, database analyst, system engineer, or systems analyst position
  • Bachelors and/ or master's degrees in computer science or Management Information Systems can be substituted for experience on a year- for-year basis.
  • Excellent communication skills, including writing and grammar skills 
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and act pro-actively 
  • Professional demeanor with high standards of confidentiality and ethical judgement 
Applicants must complete Legal Services of North Florida online employment application and submit a resume and cover letter to be considered for this position. 
 
Operations Assistant:
Requirements:
Applicants should have experience in support office operations, tech equipment set up and/or troubleshooting. Candidates must have problem solving skills, be organized and self-directed, as well as be comfortable interacting with a variety of individuals. There will be occasional travel to other LSNF offices in North Florida, so applicants should have access to transportation and a driver's license.
  • Full time is 35 hours a week.
  • Paid time off includes holidays, sick leave, and personal leave. Begin earning leave right away and after two years of employment, personal leave increases to four weeks per year.
  • 100% fully paid health insurance for employees & dependent children after 60 days of employment
  • Employer paid life insurance policy of $25,000
  • Employer contributes 6% to retirement/ 401K plan, after one year of full-time service
  • Additional voluntary options of dental, vision, term life, disability, and other insurance coverages are also available. 
  • Flexible Work Plans including hybrid work options are available after 6 months of employment
Salary: $28,000(is negotiable).
Applicants must complete Legal Services of North Florida online employment application and submit a resume to be considered for this position.
Disaster Coordination Assistant
Requirements:
Applicants should have experience in event planning, arranging travel and hotel needs for large groups, and meeting deliverables with deadlines. Candidates must have problem solving skills, be organized and self-directed, be familiar with Microsoft Office products, as well as be comfortable interacting with a variety of individuals. There will be occasional travel to other LSNF offices and travel for planning and execution of statewide conferences and regional convenings in Florida, so applicants should have access to transportation and a valid driver's license. 
  • Full time is 35 hours a week.
  • Paid time off includes holidays, sick leave, and personal leave. Begin earning leave right away and after two years of employment, personal leave increases to four weeks per year.
  • 100% fully paid health insurance for employees & dependent children after 60 days of employment
  • Employer paid life insurance policy of $25,000
  • Employer contributes 6% to retirement/ 401K plan, after one year of full-time service
  • Additional voluntary options of dental, vision, term life, disability, and other insurance coverages are also available. 
  • Flexible Work Plans including hybrid work options are available after 6 months of employment
Salary: $29,000 (is negotiable).
Applicants must complete Legal Services of North Florida online employment application and submit a resume to be considered for this position.
Law Clerk - Pandemic Impacted Case Work
Job Duties:
Responsibilities and duties include conducting legal research and writing; assisting the supervising attorney with client intake and other related interviews; working in a hands-on capacity directly with clients; reviewing client needs and legal concerns to determine eligibility for various assistance programs or to identify a possible legal remedy.  This position is designed to be office-based to allow for client assistance.

Law Clerk will receive $17.50/hour and is expected to work 10 -20 hours a week. Law School graduates or students not currently enrolled this semester can work up to 30 hours a week. Specific days and schedule can be discussed.

Requirements:

Interested candidates should be a law school student, have a minimum of one year of law school experience, or be a recent law school graduate. Ability to work independently and in team environments, to analyze complex issues and to obtain results to positively impact the client or the overall community are important. 

To Apply:

Applicants must complete Legal Services of North Florida online employment application and submit a resume to be considered for this position.

 

 Attorney

 LSNF has an opening for an Attorney in our Quincy office and is seeking a candidate with the ability to work independently and in team environments to obtain results to positively impact the legal needs of low-income and vulnerable individuals in our community with a focus on civil law matters such as family law, victims' advocacy, and domestic violence. 

Applicants should be a member of The Florida Bar, with preference given to candidates with clinical or legal aid experience. Candidates must have strong organizational and communication skills, be comfortable with office technology, and be able to learn electronic case management system.  

Salary is negotiable depending on experience. The comprehensive fringe benefits package includes paid holidays, paid vacation (which after two years, increases to five weeks per year), and sick leave. After sixty days of full-time employment, employees would be eligible for employer paid health insurance for employees & dependent children. Additional voluntary options of term life, disability insurance, and retirement plans are also available. After one year of service, LSNF also contributes 6% to retirement plan.

To Apply:

 All candidates must submit an application, resume, and cover letter through the hiring portal for consideration.                                                                                                                                                             

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Museum Assistant

Job Summary:

The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum’s Museum Assistants primarily provide Visitor Services, creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all visitors. The Museum Assistant also assists as assigned with projects such as research, writing, and editing for various projects, report compilation, and data entry.

Part-Time Position: 7 hours/day, 1-2 days/week
Hourly Pay: $14 per hour ($15/hour effective October 1, 2022)
Schedule: 9:45am-5:15pm with 30-minute lunch break, 1-2 days/week
Reports To: Professional Department Head (daily), Executive Director (overall)

To Apply:

Submit the following to [email protected]
• Cover Letter
• Resumé
• Writing Sample
• Three References

Application review begins 9/19/22
Only complete applications will be reviewed. Position(s) open until filled. A Level II background check will be conducted.

 

 

 

Executive Director

Salary Range: $50,000- 60,000

General Duties: 

  • Hire, Train, Background Check and Supervise Team Members (Staff, Interns)
  • Coordinate and Run Staff/Team Meetings
  • Facilitate a Familial Culture and Job Satisfaction
  • Troubleshoot and Research Solutions to Problems
  • Attend SportsAbility Alliance events
  • Performs other duties as assigned

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, AND SKILLS

Experience:

  • 5+ years managing an association or nonprofit organization
  • 3+ years managing organizational finances
  • Working in the disability, inclusion, recreation community a plus
  • CAE preferred

Knowledge of:

  • Marketing Strategy and Communications Planning
  • Project Management
  • Financial Planning and Accounting
  • Working with an Association Management System (AMS)
  • Various Marketing and Social Media Platforms

Skills:

  • Office Software: Google Drive, Gmail, Google Calendar, Microsoft Suite, Video Conferencing
  • QuickBooks
  • Excellent time management, organization, and communication skills

The new role is expected to start mid-December. Candidates will be contacted if they are selected for an interview. Please submit your resume and cover letter to [email protected]

 

  

 


Data and Grant Reporting Analyst
Part time (20 hours per week)
Pay: $23 - $24 per hour
Posted July 20, 2022

The Open Doors Data and Grant Reporting Analyst will work in Tallahassee and be responsible for collecting, submitting, and evaluating data related to services provided to human sex trafficked children and young adults in Florida as part of the VFF’s Open Doors Outreach Network (ODON) program with a focus on completing grant reporting on time and understanding trends and reliability of the information. This will require communication with other VFF staff members, Open Doors team members, and the use of data collection software. Flexible schedule required to ensure grant reporting deadlines are met.

 To Apply: By July 22, 2022, send a resume and cover letter as a single attachment to [email protected]

 

TEACHER - MATH
Full Time
Posted July 15, 2022

This teacher role is for educators who have a commitment and passion for educating girls. Our year-round program affords multiple benefits to students and their families, as they receive wraparound support in education and social services. Click HERE to view the full job description, qualifications, and apply.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Required
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • Must be certified 6-12th in the appropriate content area (or in the process of certification) to teach in Florida
  • Attains and/or maintains certifications and endorsements by required deadline
  • Valid Florida Driver’s License
  • Knowledge of subject area.

Preferred

  • Minimum one year teaching experience
  • Experience teaching in an at-risk youth environment
  • Education degree

 

 

Resource Specialist
Full Time
Posted July 15, 2022
 
Position Overview: This position is responsible for providing academic and vocational assessments, teaching basic academic subjects to students requiring remedial work, using special help programs to improve scholastic level, by performing the following duties. Click HERE to view the full job description, qualifications, and apply.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree from four-year College or University. Major in Education or related field
  • Florida State Teacher certification or eligibility for certification
  • Minimum experience using personal computers and basic office equipment 
  • Current Florida driver’s license
  • Other Requirements
  • Must adhere to Agency Values and Principles.
  • Upholds the ethical standards of the Agency and 6B-1.001 Code of Ethics of the Education Profession in Florida.
  • Follows policies and procedures of the Agency
  • Must work evenings and weekends as required to fulfill workload requirements.
  • Must be able to travel by automobile, plane, train, etc.; occasional overnight travel may be required

Preferred

  • Minimum two years' experience in an educational setting 
  • Knowledge of case management practices 
  • Knowledge of state and school districts policies preferred; knowledge of laws relating to children and families
 

Intake Transition Counselor
Full Time
Posted July 15, 2022

 

This position is responsible for providing intake aftercare/follow-up services to girls that are enrolling and transitioning of the Pace Program.  Click HERE to view the full job description, qualifications, and apply.

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Required

  • Master's Degree from four-year College or University.  Major in Social Work, Psychology, Mental Health, Counseling, or a related field 
  • Minimum three years prior experience
  • Knowledge of case management practices and excellent counseling skills and crisis management skills 
  • Minimum experience using personal computers and basic office equipment 
  • Current Florida driver’s license 
  • Must adhere to Agency Values and Principles.
  • Upholds the ethical standards of the Agency and 6B-1.001 Code of Ethics of the Education Profession in Florida.
  • Follows policies and procedures of the Agency
  • Must work evenings and weekends as required to fulfill workload requirements.
  • Must be able to travel by automobile, plane, train, etc.; occasional overnight travel may be required

Preferred

  • Knowledge of laws relating to children and families 
  • Experience working with at-risk youth