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The Education Director is a key member of the staff involved in all aspects of developing and implementing the institution's educational and programming initiatives. A proven ability to create timelines, meet deadlines, conceptualize/oversee innovative public programs are essential components of the role. This position includes exhibition interpretation, curriculum development and audience outreach. This detail-oriented individual must work cooperatively and creatively, ensuring that the overall institutional goals are maintained, programs are effectively conceived and executed. The Education Director works closely with the Executive Director to promote the unique resources of the institution, including outreach and audience development.
For a complete description and to apply, visit Lemoyne online

Help Me Grow (HMG) Resource Specialist 1
2-1-1 Big Bend operates several hotline programs including the Helpline 2-1-1, the Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline and the Family Health Line. In addition, the agency answers calls for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and other organizations that contract with 2-1-1 Big Bend for hotline services.  Help Me Grow (HMG) is a program that links families with local resources to address parents’ concerns about the health, development, behavior and learning of their young children. Duties include assisting with resource database services including researching community services related to the needs of the HMG clients, surveying service providers, updating and maintaining the agency’s resource database. Assisting with program outreach activities is also required. Work hours will be primarily M-F. Two years of post-secondary education or successful completion of one of the agency’s hotline training programs required. Knowledge and Skills preferred include information coordination, use of computers and database software, editing of written materials, knowledge of human services terminology, and knowledge of child development.

For a complete description and instruction to apply, visit 2-1-1 Big Bend online

 

The primary responsibility of the MYFLVET Care Coordinator (CC) is to apply the tools developed in his/her own recovery/experiences as well as the philosophy and values of the Florida Peer Network in order to build mutuality with veterans assigned to care coordination.  The CC will collaborate, coach, and challenge individuals to view presenting crisis as an opportunity  for growth and change. They will act as a support to an individual’s recovery process. The CC will provide comprehensive system navigation and support through intake, screening, assessment, referral and linkages to Federal VA services and other behavioral health services available to the veteran; via telephone, email, IM/Chat, text messaging and in-person for clients with behavioral health concerns or identified suicidal ideation or low to moderate lethality. The CC also provides support and training for staff and community agencies to increase understanding of veteran needs.

For additional information and to apply, visit 2-1-1 Big Bend online

Attorney Positions

Disaster Response Attorney – Quincy, FL

Community Development Attorney – Tallahassee, FL

Staff Attorney – Tallahassee, FL

 Non-Attorney Positions

Development Assistant – Tallahassee, FL

Part-Time Project Manager – Tallahassee, FL

Paralegal – Tallahassee, FL

Paralegal – Quincy, FL

 

Part-Time Office Manager:  The Office Manager will work 20 hours per week at the INIE office during normal office hours; proposed schedule is 9:00 AM-1:00 PM or 1:00 PM-5:00 PM, Monday-Friday); some Saturday work may be required. 

 

Main responsibilities include:

  1. Managing receipt of invoices and membership payments
  2. Securing and confirming meeting space rental
  3. Inventory and ordering office supplies
  4. Reporting office repairs to building maintenance
  5. Coordinating with outside vendors
  6. Confirming workshop/seminar presenters
  7. Greeting guests, and directing them appropriately
  8. Facilitating tours of the INIE Office
  9. Post member job listings on INIE website and other mediums
  10. Answering phone calls, and providing general information about INIE and/or taking messages
  11. Assisting with event set-up, take-down
  12. Preparing member communications and conducting outreach for renewals

APPLICATION PROCESS

Email cover letter and resume to [email protected] 

 

 

 

Life Skills Program Instructor:  Widening Adult Vital Experiences, Inc. (WAVE) is seeking a dynamic and reliable instructor for their growing Life Skills program working with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Life Skills program provides life skills training for all participants and employment skills training for participants with the desire to pursue employment opportunities. The curriculum is individualized and based on the interest and abilities of each participant and includes: employment and academic skill building, socialization and communication enhancement, arts & crafts, games, activities of daily living, and field trips. Instructional programs are designed for participants to become productive and enjoy a sense of accomplishment. Candidate must have at least a bachelor’s degree in social work, education or other related field. Experience working with disabled individuals preferred. This is an independent contractor position.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Terri Sue Aldridge Lawson, WAVE Executive Director at [email protected] Position open until filled but interviews will start the week of February 11th.