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Partner Job Openings

Emergency Care Help Organization (ECHO) - Executive Director

ECHO is looking for an Executive Director who has a heart for ministry to the poor and the most vulnerable in our community, wants to promote human transformation and self-sufficiency, seek justice, and bear witness to the Good News of God’s Kingdom. The needs of Tallahassee are great and ever increasing. By serving with ECHO, you will make a direct impact on the lives of our most needy adults, children, and families.

For more information, download the Executive Director Job Description.

Alzheimer’s Project, Inc. - Chief Executive Officer

The CEO manages the daily operations of the Alzheimer’s Project, Inc., which includes both staff and volunteers, serves as chief liaison to its Board of Directors, and is responsible for achievement of both short and long-term organizational goals.

For more information, download the CEO Position Summary PDF.

Big Bend Homeless Coalition - Executive Director

The Big Bend Homeless Coalition (Homeless Coalition) works to end homelessness in the Big Bend of Florida through leadership, education, advocacy, and the provision of quality services. Our shared values are respect, integrity, empowerment, and excellence.

The Homeless Coalition has two important roles in the Big Bend: lead agency for the homelessness Continuum of Care, and major provider of housing and services. The Big Bend includes the City of Tallahassee, and eight counties: Leon, Franklin, Wakulla, Liberty, Gadsden, Madison, Jefferson, and Taylor.

For more information about the position, download the Executive Director Position Announcement PDF.

Lighthouse of the Big Bend - Summer Transition Drivers

The Lighthouse of the Big Bend is hiring three part time drivers for our Summer Transition Program serving teenagers who are visually impaired or blind in the eleven counties of the Big Bend.

After middle and high school is out for the Summer from approximately June 2 - July 31, three drivers who are responsible and mature are needed to drive a rental van and bring Transition students ages 13-18 back and forth to their Summer Program. The Summer Program is each week from Monday through Thursday, and drivers are needed from 6-9am and from 3-6pm. All drivers hired must be available BOTH in the morning and the afternoon. Applicants must be age 21 or older in order to be able to drive rented vehicles and be covered by the rental car insurance. Drivers are paid an hourly wage of $8 per hour.

 

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