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Community Manager
Posted June 6, 2021

Domi Education- We give the future a home.
Domi​ Station ​is​ ​a​ ​hub​ ​for​ ​entrepreneurs​ ​with​ ​coworking​ ​space,​ ​community​ ​events,​ ​and​ ​incubator programs​ ​that​ ​help​ ​startups​ ​start​ ​and​ ​scale.​ ​Powered​ ​by​ ​a​ ​501(c)3,​ ​Domi​ ​is​ ​on​ ​a​ ​mission​ ​to educate​ ​and​ ​empower​ ​early-stage​ ​entrepreneurs.​ ​We​ ​believe​ ​in​ ​inclusivity,​ ​and​ ​our​ ​vision​ ​is to​ ​build​ ​the​ ​most​ ​diverse​ ​startup​ ​community​ ​in​ ​the​ ​Southeast,​ ​one​ ​that​ ​breaks​ ​down​ ​barriers of​ ​industry,​ ​age,​ ​race,​ ​and​ ​gender​ ​while​ ​growing​ ​the​ ​economy​ ​from​ ​the​ ​bottom​ ​up. Learn more at


Community Manager duties include: 

Coworking Program Management |  Maintain and grow Domi’s Coworking community

  • Work with the Executive Director to create an annual plan to include goals, strategy, execution plans, and KPIs. The plan should cover how to provide consistent programs that result in Domi’s coworking growth and member retention goals
  • Manage and update all CRM systems and internal software related to Coworking, Marketing, and Communications (ie. Proximity, HubSpot, PandaDoc, Divvy, Gusto etc.)
  • Maintain and update all Coworking-related SOP’s; train new interns and part-time staff on these procedures
  • Maintain the coworking space and make it a comfortable environment for coworking members
  • Facilitate the member intake processes, including contacting leads, conducting tours, and organizing the new member onboarding process

 Community Program Management ​|​ ​​Develop and manage Domi’s communities

  • Meet with the Executive Director weekly to report KPIs and of key updates
  • Meet with the administrative team daily to receive project updates and assignments, communicate roadblocks, and discuss upcoming work
  • Update weekly report on coworking and marketing metrics
  • Identify, develop, and execute procedures to implement more efficient communication systems
  • Act as brand ambassador, convey Domi’s role and brand to all stakeholders
  • Develop programs to grow Domi’s membership base, including Third Act, Summer Student Mentorship, et al
  • Work in conjunction with the executive team to hire, terminate, retain, lead, and/or coach personnel
  • Assist in the execution of HR development plans for the organization with the executive team

 Communications Management ​​ ​|​ ​​Tell​ ​the​ ​story​ ​of​ ​Domi’s​ ​mission, impact, and​ ​members

  • Responsible​ ​for​ developing and maintaining​ ​Domi’s​ ​brand image
  • Maintain​ relevant​ ​content​ ​and​ ​information​ ​across​ ​Domi’s​ ​website, social​ ​media, ​and​ ​email​ ​marketing​ ​channels
  • Oversee​ ​the​ ​growth​ ​of​ ​Domi’s​ communications ​base, ​including​ ​maintenance​ ​of​ communities, events, and mailing lists
  • Oversee​ ​the​ ​implementation​ ​of​ ​storytelling​ ​campaigns​ ​and​ ​production​ ​of​ ​promotional materials​
  • Work​ ​with​ ​local, ​regional, and​ ​national​ ​media​ ​to​ ​regularly​ ​highlight​ ​Domi’s​ ​programs and​ ​positive​ ​impact​ ​in​ ​the​ ​community via press releases and interviews
  • Work with the team to develop and publish content for bi-weekly e-newsletter “Domi Dispatch”
  • Create monthly member spotlights for each major community (Coworking, Incubation, Mentors, Third Act, FAMU, FSU, TCC, scholarship recipients, etc.)
  • Develop relationships with all media outlets and communications managers of partner organizations
  • Update website with content as needed

 Events Management ​|​ ​​Manage and maintain event business

  • Administer bookings of event rentals and reservations
  • Coordinate space preparation, event supply purchases, and catering
  • Maintain and publish event calendars
  • Monitor and record event attendance
  • Coordinate with cleaning crew
  • Maintain and execute event contracts
  • Support the Board of Directors and internal team for the execution of any major events, through public relations; website updates, social media, graphic design, event photography, and analytics

Personal Skills and Qualifications - While no single individual will possess all of the desired experiences and qualifications, the successful candidate should bring many of the following qualifications, skills, experience and qualities to the role.


  • Ability to work with diverse communities of entrepreneurs, mentors, board leaders, community stakeholders, managers and employees
  • Trustworthy, humble, positive, high energy, and accountable self-starter with a give-first attitude and a strong work ethic that emphasizes follow-through
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills and comfortable with public speaking
  • Examples​ ​of​ ​marketing or ​public​ ​relations ​experience​ ​with​ ​the​ ​ability​ ​to engage​ ​a​ ​wide​ ​range​ ​of​ ​stakeholders​ ​and​ ​supporters.
  • Excellent customer service and problem solving skills

 Required Qualifications

  • Strong​ ​written​ ​and​ ​oral​ ​communication​ ​skills, including ​public​ ​speaking
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills
  • Strong technical skills
  • Proficient with SquareSpace, Google Suite, Hubspot
  • Bachelor’s​ ​degree​ ​from​ ​an​ ​accredited​ ​college​ ​or​ ​university

 Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in managing a team, specifically part-time employees and interns

 If you are interested in being considered for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter indicating your interest to [email protected].




Museum Assistant - Part Time
Posted May 24th. 2021

 The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum Museum Assistant’s primary role is 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 marketing and education, event planning and setup, art activity planning and facilitation, report compilation, and data entry.

 Part-Time Position: 7 hours/day, 1-3 days/week
Hourly Pay: $11 per hour
Schedule: 9:45am-5:15pm with 30-minute lunch break, 1-3 days/week
Reports To: Professional Department Head (daily), Executive Director (overall)

Key Responsibilities:

  • Arrive on time for each scheduled work day;
  • Complete opening and closing routines;
  • Greet and orient museum visitors in a cheerful manner;
  • Process admission fees, memberships, and Museum Shop purchases;
  • Provide visitors with accurate information about exhibitions, membership, programs,
    and events;
  • Record accurate participation numbers daily and monitor attendance capacity;
  • Maintain a clean, business-like, front-of-line work environment;
  • Work in various online constituent databases (specifically DonorView, MailChimp);
  • Create weekly and monthly E-newsletters and E-vites via MailChimp;
  • Assist with special programs and event setup (requires lifting/carrying up to 25lbs.);
  • Respond rapidly to issues using security and emergency response procedures;
  • Assist with mailings, research, writing, editing, and phone calls as assigned;
  • May assist with art activities in the ArtZone, or with Exhibitions/Collections tasks, as assigned;
  • Complete additional tasks and duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor or Executive Director.

The Museum Assistant Must:

  • Be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint);
  • Be knowledgeable about Gadsden Arts history, facilities, exhibitions and programs;
  • Conduct all business of the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum in an honest, collegial, and ethical manner in keeping with the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum Code of Ethics;
  • Abide by the GACM Computer Use Policies;
  • Maintain knowledge of all GACM policies and procedures as they relate to the performance
    and duties of this position and perform other duties as deemed appropriate by the
    Executive Director.

A successful Museum Assistant will have these skills:

  • Ability to organize and maintain a clean shared work station
  • Attention to detail
  • Flexibility to work with frequent interruptions and changing projects
  • Able to understand various complicated processes
  • Ability to memorize a script
  • Ability to multitask
  • Ability to write and edit for various applications and purposes

Additional skills and experiences that will lead to success in this position:

  • Customer service experience
  • Experience with design software, such as Canva, InDesign, etc.
  • Familiarity with or a love of art


Posted: May 18, 2021
About EABB
EABB was established in 1989 as a charitable 501(c)3 organization to support epilepsy patients and their loved ones. EABB navigates tailored, case-managed solutions to care through the provision and payment of diagnostic, treatment and pharmaceutical services; community education; and advocacy for social equity and improved quality of life for all who are touched by this debilitating central nervous system (CNS) disorder. Visit for more information.
Position Overview: The EABB Program Services Manager (PSM) is a new position created to build a team that will expand our scope and impact in the communities we serve. In addition to providing direct client case management, the PSM will provide leadership and direction on all matters related to programming, including the analysis of needs and opportunities, allocation of available funding and budget management, implementation of service delivery and evaluation of impact. Reports to Executive Director.
Job Qualifications: The successful PSM candidate will be a dynamic, visionary professional with three to five years management experience in public health, medical/behavioral healthcare, clinical social work or related field – and a proven record of accomplishment who can build and lead a team in the day-to-day operations of EABB’s key programs. Seeking a detail-oriented, effective communicator, with analytical, coaching and empathizing abilities, emotional intelligence, the ability to make prudent decisions, and a sense of humor. Experience in or working with non-profit organizations is a plus.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities 
  • Provide case management services to clients, incorporating evidenced-based chronic disease self- management techniques including the implementation of tools and support groups.
  • Direct planning, goal implementation and evaluation of all programmatic operations.
  • Select new program staff as funds allow, with responsibility for performance management.
  • Provide oversight for orientation, training and performance reviews.
  • Provide accurate program and administrative reports.
  • Ensure compliance with all grant and contract requirements.
  • Monitors and interprets trends in the CNS/Epilepsy self-management arena.
  • Assist with the development of annual budget and grant applications.
  • Represent the organization externally.

  How to Apply: Email cover letter and resume as soon as possible to Bette Iacino, Executive Director at [email protected] Candidates will be selected for interviews as applications are received. EABB is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of non-discrimination for all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, religion or age.

 Office Manager - Full Time
Posted May 23, 2021

This position reports to the President and is responsible for general office functions that include interacting with clients, maintaining files and accounting records, maintaining the website and social media sites and providing for the general functions of the office. This is a full time position and the Office Manager is expected to work from the office at 1196 C Capital Circle NE.

The person in this position will be using:

  • Microsoft Office Suite 
  • QuickBooks Online accounting software
  • GreenRope contact management system
  • Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media platforms

This position will support the construction work of Graceful Solutions including developing bid packages, reviewing bids, preparing contracts, reviewing pay requests and making payments to contractors. Previous experience in the building industry would be a plus. Please send cover letter and resume to [email protected]. No call please.

                                                       Epilepsy Agency of the Big Bend (EABB)

 Administrative Coordinator
Posted May 11th, 2021 


About EABB: EABB was established in 1989 as a charitable 501(c)3 organization to support epilepsy patients and their loved ones. EABB navigates tailored, case-managed solutions to care through the provision and payment of diagnostic, treatment and pharmaceutical services; community education; and advocacy for social equity and improved quality of life for all who are touched by this debilitating central nervous system (CNS) disorder. Visit for more information.

Position Overview: The EABB Administrative Coordinator is a high-energy full-time position that provides coordination and support for all operations. The position is fast paced, as the incumbent will be tasked with a variety of time sensitive duties. Reports to Executive Director.

How to Apply: Email cover letter and resume as soon as possible to Amelia Jacobs at [email protected] Candidates will be selected for interviews as applications are received.

 Job Qualifications: Bachelors’ Degree and one to three years of experience in a similar role are preferred. Internships can be considered. Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat is required; knowledge of QuickBooks and WordPress are a plus. Seeking a detail-oriented, effective communicator, with analytical skills, emotional intelligence, the ability to make prudent decisions, and a sense of humor.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide general support to the Executive Director
  • Answer and direct phone calls
  • Schedule meetings and appointments
  • Manage inventory and order office supplies, client support items, etc.
  • Provide budget analysis
  • Process and direct mail, invoices and incoming packages or deliveries
  • Manage physical and digital files and storage
  • Assist in various daily case management operations, as needed
  • Support all fundraising and community outreach/education activities
  • Process donations and donor acknowledgement letters and other correspondence
  • Maintain files for corporate, foundation, and individual donors
  • Provide website and social media support
  • Provide administrative support for Board and Committee meetings


Posted May 10,2021

The Camp Director is responsible for some aspects of camp preparation including designing programming and scheduling in collaboration with other members of the Oasis team. Camp Director must be available to work for during the summer from June 14-August 6th and be
available for camp preparation 2-3 weeks prior to camp (some aspects of camp prep can be accomplished remotely and also after regular work hours if you teach and on the weekends).  Camp sessions include 20+ girls from ages 5-16 . The Camp Director supervises a team of 3-4
staff and 3-4 interns and 2-3 volunteers as well as several volunteer drivers.

The Ideal Candidate:
● Will have experience working with children 5-16.
o A teacher who wants to work in the summer would be a big plus
● Have supervised others, or has the capacity and interest in learning to be a supervisor
● Will understand the reason an all-girl camp is important
● Is philosophically aligned with the principles of the camp, which are focused on girls
empowerment and breaking down barriers between girls created by socio-economic
status, racism, family makeup and more
● Is highly organized and detail oriented
● Can think out of the box
● Can successfully work with diverse populations
● Is flexible and solutions-oriented
● Possesses the ability to build positive relationships with all stakeholders in order to
ensure the longevity and growth of the program

To learn more about this position, download the full description.  If you are interested, please send your resume along with a cover letter telling us why this position appeals to you and about your experience working with girls to [email protected].

Retail Center Customer Advocate
Posted May 10th, 2021

The purpose of this position is to support a retail store customer experience that is conducive to sales, retention and customer loyalty.

Essential Functions

  • Help ensure all customers (walk-in, telephonic or electronic) are warmly greeted, their needs are assessed quickly, and they are referred to the appropriate setting, person, information or tools to address their needs.
  • Provide a customer friendly service experience for customers with questions or issues related to health care, health insurance (benefits, claims, premium payments, membership, billing and enrollment) or other related topics.
  • Use Web based tools and other aids to facilitate and teach customers to use resources, tools, information and products to manage their health care and health care costs most effectively.
  • Ensure customers understand their products, benefits, tools and how to use them.
  • Cross-promote and identify opportunities for members to participate in value added services and programs available within the retail location.
  • Serve as direct contact and subject matter expert for questions from the general public or existing members related to Health Care Reform

To learn more and apply, visit careers.florida  

Program and Volunteer Coordinator – Part-time

($15- $17.50/hour – 28 hours/week)
Posted April 29th, 2021

The Program and Volunteer Coordinator (PVC) will develop, implement, and assess programs for adults and children at Maryland Oaks Crossing affordable housing community. The successful candidate will have a proven commitment to helping families and children succeed, be a well-organized self-starter, and able to lead volunteers. A bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Education or closely related field and experience in education or human services is required. Please email cover letter, resume and three references to [email protected]. Position open until filled. Find more information on Good News Outreach and Maryland Oaks Crossing here.

Main responsibilities include:

  • Develop, implement, and assess programs for MOC adults and children including a Summer Enrichment and After School Programs.
  • Provide case management to residents.
  • Establish partnerships with other human service agencies.
  • Recruit, train and direct volunteers.
  • Provide task supervision to interns.



PR Account Manager - Full Time
Posted April 28th, 2021

Sachs Media, a 2021 Ragan’s Top Places To Work Agency, is seeking a high-energy, skilled, and proven Account Manager to join our team. Here at Sachs Media, we provide a workplace that champions its employees, cultivates a culture that thrives off diverse ideas and backgrounds, supports professional growth and the wellbeing of our staff, and more. Named one of PRNews’ “Elite Top 100” firms in the U.S. and three-time winner of FPRA’s prestigious Dick Pope Award for the best statewide public relations campaign, Sachs Media serves a wide range of clients in a diverse array of sectors including healthcare, environmental, corporate, education, professional services, nonprofit, and associations.

As an Account Manager, you will lead a team and be required to produce quality and engaging content. You will need to have a hard-charging “run till you’re tackled” mentality and be a stickler for detail and accuracy. You will be expected to create quality work in a fast-paced environment – and to be a team player. Sachs Media account managers work with multiple clients. Skills include strong writing and verbal and presentation abilities. Ideal candidates will have 3-5 years of experience in an agency environment.

Our account managers are creative thinkers who are solutions-oriented, work well in a collaborative environment, follow the news, and are intrigued by the opportunity to work with clients that span a variety of fields from energy and technology to development and healthcare. BA or BS degree in journalism, public relations, communications, English, or related discipline is required. Familiarity with AP style is a must. Design ability a plus.

Qualified candidates can submit there application here


  • Achieves measurable public relations/marketing results by working with client contacts and agency team members to create and execute integrated marketing communications programs for clients
  • Demonstrates excellent writing, client service, and media relations skills
  • Experience in journalism, media relations, public relations, marketing, or communications
  • Broad knowledge of the public relations or crisis communications field

Responsibilities include the following:

  • Develops strategic marketing communications and PR plans, and provides counsel to support clients’ communications or marketing strategies and objectives.
  • Leads and manages client accounts and relationships
  • Creates and implements public relations campaigns and promotions that generate audience engagement.
  • Writes press releases, video content/scripts, backgrounders, feature articles, brochures, and website copy.
  • Creates effective social media content.
  • Participates in new business development initiatives and presentations.
  • Effectively presents agency work/proposals to clients.
  • Directs activity on assigned accounts, provides monthly updates on account projects and client developments and maintains forward momentum on projects.
  • Monitors clients’ brands/products/services/marketing developments – their key issues, competitive situation, and industry trends.

Benefits include:

  • Competitive salary
  • Health & Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 401K Match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Remote Work Environment
  • Paid Professional Development
  • Family Work Culture

Posted March 17, 2021
Big Bend Homeless Coalition
Our mission is to end homelessness in the Big Bend through leadership, education, advocacy, and the provision of quality services. We specialize in serving families, Veterans, persons with disabilities, and returning citizens.
Position Summary
The Development Director is a full-time, exempt employee of the Big Bend Homeless Coalition and is responsible for our vital philanthropic revenue streams. This position plans and organizes fundraising activities, manages the development budget, and assembles team members to raise funds, which allow us to achieve our mission and maximize our impact in the community. Salary will be based on experience and may include quarterly performance bonuses for achieving targets and goals as allowed by the AFP Code of Ethics.
For more information and to apply, visit


 The Village Square - Tallahassee - New 
Executive Director - Full Time
Posted March 8th, 2021
This position is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic leader deeply connected to the Tallahassee community ready to lead an established small nonprofit in its original Tallahassee location in the important work of building bridges across accelerating divisions in society. We are seeking a candidate with a passion for civic engagement, openness to new ideas and a genuine desire to narrow the partisan divide using our established cutting-edge civic model. The ideal candidate is both scrappy and self-sufficient and a natural team player, eager to collaborate to do whatever it takes to deliver the high-quality programming the community has come to expect. They should be self-directed, energetic, able to lead operational staff, interns and volunteers — and be genuinely motivated by being hands-on. They must have proven fundraising, event management, and supervisory abilities, as well as experience working with nonprofit boards and organizational budgets. Superb organizational skills – with a natural internal drive to excel – are key. 
 Find a longer description of the position online here: 
If this describes you, apply today with a resume and cover letter via email to Founder & CEO Liz Joyner at [email protected]. For more information call Liz at 850.264.8785. 


 Big Bend Hospice 

Volunteer Coordinator - Full Time
Posted March 8, 2021

The Volunteer Coordinator recruits, trains, and supervises volunteers who support the mission of Big Bend Hospice. They are responsible for monitoring volunteer assignments, evaluating performances, providing ongoing training, and assisting in creating volunteer recognition opportunities. The Volunteer Coordinator serves as a liaison between volunteers, staff, and the community at large, assisting in community relations as it pertains to the assigned territory. They also serve as a patient-family advocate to find how volunteers can help increase the patient’s quality of life.
A Bachelor’s Degree is required, or consummate experience in volunteer coordination preferred. A valid Florida driver’s license, reliable transportation, and current automobile insurance required.
 If you would like to learn more about this and other available positions, visit
or call us at (850) - 878 5310


Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce | LinkedIn

Membership and Events Assistant - Full-time
Posted March 5th 2021
The Assistant provides administrative support to the Membership Department and the Events Department. This position requires involvement in the coordination of all Chamber and affiliated programs, meetings and special events.

Primary Responsibilities:  

  1. Serves as the designated point of contact for incoming calls regarding event registrations, member portal and log in information, ribbon cuttings and general membership inquiries
  2. Maintains rosters and tracks attendance for Chamber Leads Groups and Ambassadors
  3. Coordinates logistics for Benefits & Breakfast, Professional Development Series and Beyond the Basics including announcements, invitations, website updates, material development, registration, billing, set-up and follow-up
  4. Manages database of member attendance for events, handles billing, payments, credit card and other financial transactions related to the membership data base
  5. Creates sponsorship fulfillment reports for event investors
  6. Provides direct outreach to members, sponsors and volunteers as needed
  7. Supports staff and volunteers for Total Resource Campaign
  8. Supports administrative needs of committees for strategic priorities

Minimum Education and Work Experience Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree preferred; AA allowed per qualifications
  2. Two to three years experience in a similar position with a member-supported association or an organization that requires extensive customer interaction and customer service skills with a demonstrated level of effective performance
  3. Special competency in database management and practical business and organizational skills


  1. Strong organizational and communication skills (written and verbal)
  2. Excellent problem-solving techniques and abilities
  3. Working knowledge of Microsoft products and database programs
  4. Strong interpersonal skills and personal discipline
  5. Ability to manage diverse administrative requirements
  6. Ability to work on a team, as well as independently
  7. Attention to detail


posted May 10, 2021

 The Volunteer Coordinator will collaborate with the rest of the Second Harvest team to uphold our mission to “Engage, Feed and Educate.”

The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the successful management of Second Harvest food bank’s volunteer program, including recruitment, training and retention of all volunteers; and for food drive coordination, tracking, receipting and reporting. Flexible hours to include weekends and evening events.

Job Responsibilities

Job responsibilities Include the following, as well as other duties as assigned:


  • In conjunction with the Communications (DOC), the Volunteer Coordinator assists with implementing department goals and objectives that line up with the Second Harvest’s mission.
  • Work with Chief Development Officer (CDO) and DOC to determine the strategic direction of volunteer programs and ensure the programs are successfully implemented.
  • Participate in the planning and establishment of goals and objectives for volunteer programs.
  • Coordinate an annual volunteer recognition event.


  • Serve as the main Point of Contact (POC) for all volunteer activities.
  • Recruit volunteers for all areas of need, including warehouse, administrative and special events.
  • Supervise individual volunteers and volunteer groups to ensure best practices for personal and food safety are followed.
  • Create and maintain a master calendar of events and timeline/task schedule for specific events.
  • Execute events and assist with the coordination of the appropriate staff and volunteers.
  • Create, organize and maintain files and archives.
  • Coordinate with FSU, FAMU and TCC student program partnerships including: FSU The Center for Leadership & Social Change (Community Ambassadors); Engage TLH; FSU Leadership Learning Research Center (service leaners); TCC classroom service partners and others.
  • Work to promote Second Harvest and volunteerism by attending outside events as needed and as available.
  • Coordinate donor tours.

Daily Operations:

  • Act as a liaison between volunteers and staff.
  • Coordinate with the operations team to maintain a safe working environment for volunteers.
  • Oversee the volunteer database.
  • Input all volunteer information into database in a timely manner.
  • Prepare monthly volunteer reports.
  • Coordinate with parole officers, attorneys and court programs to document community service volunteer charges; ensure community service required forms are received; and document community service hours.
  • Work in conjunction with Donor Stewardship Coordinator to manage and track new food drive registrations.
  • Assure a positive Volunteer experience during all shifts.
  • Volunteer shift planning and execution.
  • Volunteer training, oversight, and execution.
  • Provide insight on project recommendations, record keeping, compliance and metrics tracking.
  • Warehouse receiving, sorting, storage, and distribution assuring proper handling of supporting documentation in compliance with internal control procedures.
  • Supervise individual volunteers and volunteer groups to ensure best practices for personal and food safety are followed.
  • Create and maintain a master calendar of events and timeline/task schedule for specific events.
  • Participate in staff meetings and other relevant training.
  • Represent Second Harvest in the community.

Required Qualifications (knowledge, skills, abilities, competencies)

  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree, or two years’ work experience in a related field.
  • Strong organizational and planning skills.
  • Manage various software programs, including databases and giving platforms.
  • Demonstrate experience as an effective team member.
  • Ability to transition from an office setting to a warehouse environment.
  • Ability to write and produce promotional materials, reports and business correspondence.
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to present information verbally and in writing.
  • Strong computer technology skills, including proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite and working knowledge of relational database systems,
  • Ability to problem-solve quickly, effectively and objectively.


Salary for this position is $15.50 an hour. Second Harvest also provides a generous benefits package inclusive of paid health, dental and life insurance for the employee. Employees may elect to participate in the Simple IRA retirement program; SHBB will match up to 3% of your salary. SHBB recognizes 11 paid holidays each year, and employees receive a generous PTO allotment.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here 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 regularly required to sit and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop; kneel, crouch, and taste or smell.  The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust and focus.

Work Environment

The work environment described here is 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.

Internal and External Candidates may submit your resume and cover letters to [email protected]