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Development Officer: Hang Tough Foundation is seeking an independent consultant to serve as Development Officer.  Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Direct a comprehensive annual fundraising program including new donor development, renewals and stewardship.
  • Identify, cultivate, manage, solicit and steward individual major gift prospects
  • Manage an annual grant calendar and prepare grant proposals to secure approximately $25,000 annually in funding from private foundations

To apply: The position is part-time at 20-25 hours/week.  For a full job description, please email Executive Director, Janelle Irwin ([email protected]).  Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to [email protected]

Development Manager: The Development Manager is a new position to help implement FCV’s fundraising programs, including integration between FCV and the National LCV joint fundraising efforts. The Development Manger will design and implement the FCV-LCV integrated fundraising strategy in coordination with FCV’s Executive Director, Senior level LCV Staff and the Major Gift Officer.  She/He will also support FCV’s Executive Director, Major Gift Officer, and LCV Principals in all fundraising activities, and work closely with the FCV Board of Directors to meet the joint fundraising goals.

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To apply: Send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and 3 references to [email protected] with “Development Manager” in the subject line. No phone calls please. Position open until filled. 

Marketing Intern: The Marketing Intern will provide marketing materials and support for all of TCC Spark’s programs. The intern will be responsible for updating and promoting TCC Spark on sites like:,,,,,, and Other duties include record keeping of attendees, issuing certificates, creating and updating fliers and other marketing materials. Additional duties include facilitating guest speakers, mentoring sessions, classes, forums, and workshops. Depending on the qualifications of the Intern, the opportunity to teach entrepreneurial workshops or classes might be appropriate. 

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To apply: Contact Rick Paul, TCC Spark Program Coordinator at 850-201-9438

Museum Assistant: The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum, a museum featuring exhibition and studio art programs and accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, seeks a Museum Assistant. This outgoing, customer-oriented person will staff Visitor Services, creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all visitors. The Museum Assistant will also assist with research, writing, editing, ArtZone planning, ArtZone activity facilitation, event planning and setup, and Museum Shop data entry.

To apply: Submit cover letter, two letters of reference with contact information, and resumé/CV to: Grace Robinson, Executive Director via email at [email protected] or by mail to: Gadsden Arts Center & Museum, 13 N. Madison Street, Quincy, FL 32351


Development Officer: The Development Officer (DO) reports directly to the Executive Director (ED) and works closely with the ED, Board of Directors, and stakeholders to develop new individual, foundation, and corporate support for the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum (GACM); serves as staff leadership for all GACM development events; and manages facility rental inquiries and contracts.

 To apply: 

Submit your cover letter, resumé, stated salary requirement, salary history, and four references by mail or email to:

Development Officer Search Committee

Gadsden Arts Center & Museum

13 N. Madison Street

Quincy, FL 32351

[email protected]


Executive Director: Girls on the Run of the Big Bend, Inc. is seeking qualified candidates for our Executive Director position. The position is responsible for the oversight of all council operations including and not limited to program and staff management, program development, strategic planning, fundraising, finance, and marketing.

To apply: Our Executive Director search committee invites interested applicants to apply no later than July 9th. For more information and to apply, please visit


Director of Community Relations: The Director of Community Relations is responsible for the recruitment, training, and retention of volunteers for all facets of operations.  Responsible for providing information to the community through tabling events, public outreach, websites and social networking sites. 

You will uphold our mission:  Feed People.  Fight Hunger.

To applyInterested candidates may apply with your cover letter and resume by emailing [email protected] Position open until filled.