Partner Job Openings
- Girls on the Run - Executive Director
- Brehon Family Services - Two Positions Open
- The Village Square - Community Engagement Specialist
- Health Promotion & Big Bend Rural Health Manager - Big Bend Area Health Education Center
- Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare - Job Openings
- Executive Director - Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence
The Executive Director of Girls on the Run of the Big Bend (GOTRBB) is a highly-skilled nonprofit professional that provides leadership, vision and direction to the council and the broader Girls on the Run organization. The Executive Director represents our five-year old council to the public, leads organizational development and strategic planning, optimizes financial performance, oversees program delivery in the designated four-county territory, builds donor relationships, and oversees personnel and volunteers. The Executive Director develops sound practices and supportive relationships, both internally and externally, resulting in cooperative and effective collaborations that further the mission of Girls on the Run International.
Visit the Executive Director - GOTR Big Bend page for more details and to apply.
Brehon has 2 positions to fill:
- Family Support Worker in Gadsden County
- Family Support Worker Supervisor position in Leon County.
Both vacancies are posted on our website: http://www.brehonfamilyservices.org/contact-us/employment/
Are you passionate about helping to build community dedicated to civility and respect? Do you really love planning events? And perhaps even making pigs fly? What about a flexible schedule with summers off? You’re in luck! The Village Square is seeking a Community Engagement Specialist. Part events-guru and part administrative-support, we are looking for a community enthusiast who’s got the skills to keep our grassroots organization in motion.
Visit The Village Square Community Engagement Specialist webpage for more info and to apply.
Reports to: Executive Director
Supervises: Health Promotions Specialist (2)
Hours: Approximately 40 hours per week w/ benefits
Closing date: 6/1/2018
Description: The Health Promotions Manager serves as the program manager for the Big Bend Area Health Education Center and the Big Bend Rural Health Network and oversees the Closing the Gap grant with the Florida Department of Health. Also serves as a preceptor for undergraduate and graduate interns.
- Knowledge of marketing and communications principles and presentation techniques for culturally diverse audiences.
- Knowledge of strategies and methods necessary to facilitate, negotiate and implement high level health promotion programs in rural communities.
- Knowledge of evidence-based strategies to improve population health.
- Knowledge of effective health promotion education principles, practices, and methods.
- Knowledge of and skill in supervising, leading, coaching and mentoring teams of professional and community health workers.
- Knowledge of budgeting, report writing, and accounting principles.
- Skill in researching, analyzing, recording, and assessing data, i.e., statistical data, health literature, marketing, grant applications, budgets, etc.
- Oversee multiple grants for BBAHEC and BBRHN.
- Oversee contractors and student interns.
- Skill in organizing work activities to meet established objectives.
- Skill in communicating effectively in writing and orally to individuals and groups to present information, collaborate, facilitate and negotiate strategies to accomplish work goals.
- Ability to establish and maintain collaborative relationships with a diverse population of community members, e.g., schools, faith-based organizations, community-based agencies, organizations, and departmental staff.
Qualifications: A master’s degree in a health related field, e.g., public health, health science, psychology, social work, is preferred. A bachelor’s degree in a health related field is required. At least one year of experience organizing community outreach activities, grant writing and management, board interaction, and budgeting experience is required. A valid Florida driver’s license with a clean record is required.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions: Must be able to sit in front of a computer screen for periods of time and be able to operate standard office equipment, including a computer, stamina to maintain attention to detail despite interruption. Good vision to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone. This position conducts work in the office and in the field. BBAHEC and BBRHN believe in meeting people where they are. Thus, employees must be willing to work some evenings and weekends.
Visit the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Job Finder page for a list of all open positions.
Posted on April 6, 2018
The mission of 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 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 fulfills 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.