Career Opportunities

Grant Writer 

Jackson Memorial has an opening for a grant writer in its Grant Operations Division. The grant writer will primary identify funding opportunities and prepare funding proposals on behalf of Jackson Memorial Foundation (JMF) in support of Jackson Health Systems (JHS). Required qualifications include bachelors degree, and minimum three years experience in grant development required, preferably with a medical foundation. For details, contact Gema Tijerino at (305) 585-6081 or email [email protected]

Care Coordinator

Concerned African Women, Inc. has an opening for a care coordinatorfor its Synergy Service Partnership. The minimum qualifications include a B.A. degree in social work or related field with 2-4 years of experience. For more information, contact Michelle Johnson at (305) 621-3700 and/or email resumes to [email protected].

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, ARNP

The Institute for Child & Family Health, Inc. seeks a psychiatrist experienced with children/adolescents to work full or part-time serving at-risk children and families in Miami-Dade. Required qualifications include licensure in Florida. ICFH is an EOE & DFWP. Background Screening. Email CV to [email protected] or fax to 305-685-4208. Also visit


Communications/PR Intern

The Miami Foundation's Communications Department seeks an intern to support communications operations that include content development, event planning and social networking. Candidates should be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree, preferably in communications, public relations/affairs, marketing, journalism or a similar field or desire a career in the nonprofit sector. Contact Matthew Beatty at (305) 357-2091 or email [email protected]. For a more complete description, visit

Preschool Teachers (part-time)

Homestead YMCA Preschool is seeking qualified teachers, part-timepositions available. Submit resume via email[email protected] or call Maggie Loret de Mola at (305) 247-0393 for an appointment.


Mental Health Consultant Position

Bridging Families & Communities seeks a mental health consultantwith experience working with children of high conflict families and domestic violence. Qualifications include a master's degree in social work, psychology, or relating field and minimum of 2 years working with children and families in community and home based settings. Bilingual (English/Spanish or English/Creole) preferred, but not required. Email resumes to [email protected]. Announcement Contact is Althea Birch (305) 704-0116 or[email protected].

Victim Advocate (Part-time)

Bridging Families has an opening also for a victim advocate. Qualifications for this part-time position include a bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, human services, or reacted field; experience working in the area of domestic violence; and knowledge of the Miami-Dade community and resources. Bilingual (English/Spanish and/or English/ Creole) preferred. Phone contact (305) 704-0116. Email resumes to [email protected] or fax to (305) 704-0199.


Site Supervisor, Program Monitors, Program Assistants

The Village Youth Services, Inc. has summer job openings for site supervisor, program monitors, and program assistants for its operations in Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.  For more information, please contact Randy Maynes at (305) 621-5836 or email[email protected].


VPK Teacher
Tutor Me Daycare in Hialeah seeks a VPK teacher for the school. Candidates must be bilingual and meet other certification requirements. Please send resume to (305) 823-0587 or apply in person at 2434 West 60 St. in Hialeah.


Pre-School Teachers

America's Little Leaders Christian Academy in Miami Gardens seeks qualified pre-school teachers. Salary is competitive. Please submit your resume either via e-mail to [email protected] or fax to (786) 362-6063.


School Nurse, Piecework Case Managers and Therapists

The Institute for Child & Family Health is seeking applicants for the following positions: school nurse, piecework case managers andtherapists. For job summaries, requirements and application instructions, visit ICFH is an EOE & D/F/W/P. Background screenings required. Fax resumes to (305) 685-4208 or email [email protected].


In-School Coordinator, Youth Empowerment Coordinator, Teacher (Part-time)

The Overtown Youth Center has openings for an in-school coordinator, a youth empowerment coordinator and a part-time teacher. The in-school coordinator's responsibilities include providing case-management services to middle-school students, homework assistance and meeting coordination. Hours are 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. M-F with some Saturdays. A B.A. degree with 2-4 years of experience is required. Part-time teacher will also work with middle school students, helping with homework, project-based learning and curriculum development. Hours are 3:30-7 p.m. M-F. Interested applicants should send resumes to[email protected]


Source: The Children's Trust Provider Bulletin



Application Deadline is November 22, 2013


MIAMI— Are you looking for an exciting temporary job opportunity to work with the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department? Then look no further, the Department is issuing a call for temporary job applicants to fill the staffing needs of a special event taking place during March 2014, on Key Biscayne, FL.  Duties will range from, but are not limited to, grounds maintenance, parking operations, customer service, cashier, and pre/post event site prep/breakdown.  Applications for these temporary Miami-Dade County Parks positions will only be accepted November 4-22, 2013. 

Applicants must apply via the Miami-Dade County Online Employment Application site at  Individuals must be at least 17 years old. 

All applicants selected will be required to successfully pass a drug/alcohol screen and criminal background check prior to employment.  The deadline for applying is November 22, 2013. 


Career Opportunities

Lead Teacher, Center for Excellence

The Center for Excellence Demonstration School in Early Education has an opening for a lead teacher to be responsible for planning/coordinating the implementation of the center's education program for children ages zero to three or three to five years of age. Master's degree. Bilingual preferred. Salary range is $37K-45K. Please email resumes to [email protected].

Volunteer and AmeriCorps Manager
Switchboard Miami seeks a volunteers and AmeriCorps manager to supervise volunteers and AmeriCorps members and provide direction, coordination, and consultation for all volunteer and service functions within the organization to help strengthen programs and to involve a community of supporters.  Bachelor\'s degree and min. 1 year volunteer management exp. For more information, contact Carolyn Broughton at (305) 358-1640 or email [email protected].

Helpline Counselor (Part-time)
Switchboard Miami seeks a HELPline Counselor to provide telephone information, referrals, crisis counseling as well as suicide intervention to callers upon completion of a thorough assessment and identification of most presenting needs. Bachelor's degree in Social Work or Human Service field, and demonstrated social services experience is required. Contact Carolyn Broughton at (305) 358-1640 or email[email protected].

Teachers, Teacher Assistant and Administrator (part-time)
Cherry Blossom Learning Center seeks teachers, a teacher assistant and a part-time administrator for the center. Please forward your resume to Kathy Nieto either by e-mail to [email protected] or fax to (305) 860-3304. Also visit,

Community Health of South Florida needs a clerk for its Healthy Steps Program. Candidates should have a high School graduate or GED Equivalent with experience working in an office setting with computers. Knowledge of Excel preferred.Please visit the CHI website at to apply. Contact number (786) 293-5509.

Assistant Project Coordinator- Intake/Bonding
The Service Network for Children of Inmates seeks a field outreach position designed to identify, engage and link children and families with incarcerated parent and potentially beneficial and available supportive social, therapeutic and educational services. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) required. Data entry willingness and experience also required. Contact phone: (305) 788-3154. Please send Resume to[email protected].

Maternity Care Advisor
The Healthy Start Coalition has an immediate full-time position for amaternity care advisor with its MomCare Program. The advisor will facilitate access to prenatal care for pregnant women on Medicaid. A B.s. degree in social services, minimum 2-4 years experience, local travel, reliable transportation, excellent phone and communication skills required. Bilingual CRE/SPA preferred. Computer literacy a must. Competitive salary. Contact number: (305) 541-0210 or email[email protected]. Visit the Coalition's website at for application instructions.

Community Liaison
The Healthy Start Coalition seeks a community liaison. This full-time position will be responsible for provider and community outreach to ensure universal Healthy Start screening of pregnant women and infants. A B.S. degree in Social Services, minimum 2-4 years experience, local travel and excellent communication skills are a must. Bilingual CRE/SPA preferred.  Computer literacy is a must. Competitive salary. For details, contact Natalia Coletti at (305) 541-0210 or email[email protected]. To apply, visit .

Regional Director Needed for After-school Alliance Board
The Florida After-School Alliance seeks a Region 5 (Broward, Collier, Hendry, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Palm Beach counties) director to join its state-wide Board. Candidates must live in the area they represent. Each board member serves a two-year term on a voluntary basis for this important leadership position. All FASA members interested in being considered, should complete the Board Candidate Application form downloaded from .

Psychological Testing Supervisor, Grant Clinical Supervisor, Developmental Specialist, Targeted Case Managers
The Institute for Child and Family Health (ICFH) has openings in the following areas: psychological testing supervisor, grant clinical supervisor, developmental specialist and targeted case managers.Visit for a summary of qualifications and application instructions. ICFH is an EOE and Drug Free Work Place. Background screening required. Contact Sylvia Sanders at (305) 685-4231. Email resumes to [email protected].


Source:   The Children's Trust

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Position Summary

Department: Miami Dade Aviation


Close Date: 06/17/2013

Location: Northwest/Miami International Airport

Entry Rate: $40,711.06 Yearly

Maximum Rate: $72,185.62 Yearly

Regular/Temporary: Regular

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Recruitment Status: Open to the Public

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Business
Administration, Aviation Business Administration, or related field.

Applicants qualifying for employment with the Miami-Dade
Aviation Department will be subject to extensive security screening, including
but not limited to fingerprint checks, employment verification and such other
procedures as may be mandated by federal law.

The security clearance required by federal law is a
continuing condition of employment.

NATURE OF WORK: This is specialized property management work
for the Miami-Dade Aviation Department. Employees in this class are responsible
for performing a variety of property management duties in the leasing,
inspection and maintenance of airport facilities and properties.
Responsibilities include inspection of airport properties, assisting in the
administration of airport leases, contracts and permits, preparing less complex
leases and amendments, attending airport planning and construction meetings,
preparing recommendations for new airport facilities and reviewing construction
plans. Duties require the application of real estate knowledge in the
interpretation of airport contracts and leases. Supervision is received from an
administrative superior who reviews work for conformity to departmental
procedures and achievement of desired goals and objectives.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS: Inspects airport properties including
office buildings, fueling facilities, commissaries, warehouses, terminals,
hangers, and aircraft ramp areas; recommends repairs or removal of unsafe or
economically unsound structures. Assists in administration of airport leases,
contracts, and permits by inspecting, evaluating and monitoring leased airport
property for compliance with terms and conditions contained in the agreements.
Prepares less complex leases and amendments concerning property and facilities
at general aviation airports. Conducts or attends various meetings concerning
planning, construction, and implementation of a wide range of projects
including airport roads and buildings. Assists in preparing recommendations for
new facilities at Miami International Airport and the general aviation
airports, including additions or modification to warehousing and other
buildings, aircraft washing racks, pavement stripping, taxiways, fueling
facilities, aircraft, and auto parking. Reviews a variety of construction plans
submitted by airport tenants for airport staff review and recommends approval
and coordinates efforts to assure compliance. Performs related work as

KNOWLEDGES, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS: Considerable knowledge of
real estate practices, terminology, contracts and lease agreements.
Considerable knowledge of the design, construction and operation of airport
roads, utilities, aircraft runways, taxiways, aircraft ramps, and other
aviation facilities. Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws
pertaining to lease agreements and airport property management. Knowledge of
real property management, contract management, and commercial and industrial
property leasing. Knowledge of public relations principles and techniques.
Ability to inspect a variety of airport properties and detect unsafe or unsound
conditions. Ability to monitor the use of airport properties to assure
compliance with the provisions of lease agreements. Ability to prepare leases,
agreements, and amendments for airport properties and facilities. Ability to
assist in the review of proposed new airport facilities. Ability to communicate
clearly, concisely, verbally, and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with superiors and airport tenants or their

Career Opportunity: Economic Development Officer


Economic Opportunity Development Officer 

Salary Range: $101,335-154,000


Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the fourth largest school district in the nation, is accepting applications for the position of Economic Opportunity Development Officer.  This position is Responsible for facilitating, promoting and ensuring direction and leadership in the development and implementation of M-DCPS’ business growth strategy; accountable for planning, directing, and overseeing the development of new business and strategic partnerships for small and minority/women business enterprises (M/WBE) to participate in the award and performance of Board contracts.


Job Functions:


  1. Delegates and communicates M-DCPS’ goals and objectives.
  2. Identifies and addresses development issues that challenge and support district policies for effectiveness.
  3. Monitor, track and certify small business and minority/women business enterprises.
  4. Fosters a timely and effective resolution of disruptions and/or grievances.
  5. Manages budgets for work plans.
  6. Develops relationships and partnerships in the community to create and increase M/WBE opportunity that support businesses/networks.
  7. Responsible for publishing accurate data relative to percentages and dollar amount of goods and services provided by minority and women-owned businesses.
  8. Provides maximum legally permissible opportunities for small minority/women business enterprises to participate in the award and performance of Board contracts.
  9. Enforces the Board’s anti-discrimination policy in the award of contracts for construction projects, procurement of goods and services and professional services.

10.  Networks through seminars, trade fairs, conferences, minority/women organizations and community functions to provide outreach to minority businesses.

11.  Directs business functions to achieve maximum performance and results by M/WBEs; directs improvements as appropriate.

12.  Develop and implement necessary administrative procedures to fully implement programs.

13.  Possess good interpersonal skills and able to work within diverse group settings.

14.  Performs other duties related to general administrative responsibilities of the position.


Minimum Qualifications:


  1. Master’s degree in business, administration, finance or educational field. Legal background preferred.
  2. Experience as a business or fiscal director or related experience.
  3. Experience in financing and management techniques in a large complex organization.
  4. Demonstrated knowledge of strategy development methods, marketing/planning concepts and project management.
  5. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms.


M-DCPS has implemented a web-based registration and application tool, thru E-Recruiting, for new candidates and/or current employees.  Please use the following link to apply and submit required documents for this position:


Deadline to apply is January 4, 2013. 


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Career Opportunities


Workforce Career Advisor 

The City of Miami seeks a workforce career advisor to be responsible for case management involving individual counseling, monitoring and motivating clients and assisting with the progress of clients in the fulfillment of their individual employment and training program service strategies. This is in accordance with South Florida Workforce policies and procedures. B.A. from an accredited college or university in Social Work, Human Resource Management, Public Administration or a related field; and six months experience required or an equivalent combination of training and experience beyond a Bachelor's degree in an aforementioned or closely related field. Apply online at


Grants Manager

Florida Grand Opera has an opening for Grants manager, a business development position. Candidates should have five or more years of non-profit development experience with a proven track record, and a B.A. degree. Tessitura experience is a must. Email resumes to Brendan Glynn at [email protected].


Donor Relations Manager

Florida Grand Opera seeks a Donor Relations manager, a business development position. A B.A. degree, preferably in the not-for-profit or performing arts world, working knowledge of special event planning, data management and desktop publishing software are required. The manager must also be available to work evenings/weekends. Email resumes to [email protected].


Director of Individual Giving 

The Florida Grand Opera has an opening for a director of Individual Giving, a business development position for a candidate with knowledge and experience with the South Florida philanthropic community. Candidates should have a minimum two years of development experience with knowledge of Tessitura or industry donor development software. Email resumes to Brendan Glynn at [email protected].


VPK Teacher (full or part-time)

The ABC Learning Center in Miami Shores seeks a full or part-time VPK teacher. Bilingual (English-Spanish) preferred and CDA required. For information call (786) 444-7532 or email [email protected].


Teacher & Assistant Teachers

Jiny's Learning Center in Hialeah Gardens has a number of positions open for preschool teachers and teacher assistants. Interested candidates should send resumes to [email protected] and/or call (305) 819-3004 or email.


Out-of-School Activity Leaders (part-time)

Magic City Kids, Inc., a non-profit organization seeks part-time activity leaders for its Out-of-School Academy for the upcoming school year. Eligible candidates must have a minimum of 40 hours in child care training working with school-aged children. Activity leaders will plan and facilitate activities for the after-school academy. Contact Tamika Robinson at (786) 402-3685 or email [email protected].  


Teaching/Office Staff 

The Cherry Blossom Learning Center's new location, in the downtown/Brickell area, seeks qualified teaching/office staff for different age levels.  Please E-mail resume or fax to 305-860-3304. Contact phone is (305) 860-3300 or email [email protected].   


Youth Prevention Specialist, Project Assistant, Classroom Facilitator - part-time

Hosanna Community Foundation, Inc. in Opa-Locka seeks to fill a number of positions youth prevention specialist/care coordinator (part-time); project assistant (part-time); and classroom facilitator (part-time). Certified teachers are preferred. Please send all resumes to [email protected] (305) 637-4404 for more information.


Source:  The Children’s Trust



Career Opportunities

The United Way of Miami-Dade has openings for the following positions. Email resumes to [email protected] or fax to (305) 416-4618. Be sure to identify the position you are applying for.    


Director, Tocqueville Society, Endowment & Planned Gifts 

Assist the development team to raise funds, and manage staff and volunteers on the Tocqueville cabinet, which secures funding to help address health and human services needs of the community. A bachelor's degree and three-five years experience in major gift solicitation is required. Salary range is $50-70K.


Coordinator, Development Team

Assists the Development Department to maintain its database system, manages contributor information, and helps to coordinate and assist with leadership events. A.A degree required. Salary range is $29 to $35K.


Coordinator, Marketing Department

Assists the Marketing Department in tracking its work, initiate the production process and maintain job logs. Coordinator must have excellent communication skills, an A.A. degree, and one-three years in project management. Salary range: $30-35K.


Senior Administrator

Assist the Marketing Department, acting as primary contact for public relation request and helping to coordinate special events; prepare invoices, purchasing, order and expense reports. An A.A. degree or one-three years in administrative experience required. Salary: $29-35K.


Early Childhood Teacher

Helps to ensure a safe and nurturing environment to an infant/toddler classroom, schedules and develops plans, and takes the lead in guiding the classroom. B.A. degree required. Salary range from low-to-mid $30s..        


After-School Site Managers and Counselors  

The YWCA of Greater Miami is seeking after-school staff, sites managers and counselors, for several of its sites in Miami-Dade County. Candidates must have 45 hours of DCF requirements and be able to work part-time in the afternoons Monday through Friday.


Nurse Educator 

Florida State University seeks a nurse educator, either full-time with benefits or part-time hourly, to join its home visiting team serving teen mothers in delinquency. A bachelor's degree with two years experience in maternal, reproductive health and/or pediatric primary care is required; MSN or ARNP preferred. The nurse provides intervention and health education. Strong clinical skills, reliable transportation and flexible hours are required. Email Tara Thomas at [email protected] or call (850) 922-1305.


Counselor for Court Involved Young Families (part-time)
Florida State University project seeks a part-time counselor to join a home visiting team serving teen mothers in delinquency. Counselor provides assessment, dyadic intervention and parenting support. A master's degree in social work or related field; experience in working with families with complex needs, especially adolescents; reliable transportation and flexibility of scheduling are required. Please email resume to [email protected] or call Tara Thomas at (850) 922-1305. 


Source: The Children's Trust

Job Openings with Florida New Majority

Florida New Majority(FNM) is seeking to fill some key campaign positions. Some of these positions will remain full time staff positions beyond the election season.

Founded in 2009, FNM overcomes the history of racism and division in the Sunshine State. By building common cause among diverse communities we are expanding democracy and developing the leadership of underrepresented communities. We are shifting the role of government away from being a pocketbook for corporate interest, to supporting the well-being of all Floridians.

FNM is building a movement for a better, fair and equitable Florida for the benefit of all residents.   


Campaign Manager: The Campaign Manager is the senior leadership position for a collaborative 2012 campaign. The Campaign Manager is responsible for the implementation and evaluation of field plans to win ballot and electoral campaigns in the 2012 cycle. The Campaign Manager will execute strategies for precinct level base building, mobilization of voters, networking, and connecting with social movement partners and political candidates. The successful candidate will contribute strategic and political analysis and work with the Campaign Steering Committee, Field Director, and Regional Coordinators to build coalitions and alliances with strategic partners.  The ideal candidate understands comprehensive campaigns, field operations and adult education methods to develop culturally appropriate capacity building activities and civic engagement opportunities for partners and in the field.  Applicants must have at least 5 years of experience in a leadership position and demonstrated ability to manage staff and plans to goals and outcomes.

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Resumes accepted for this position until June 15th, 2012.
Submit resume and cover letter to: [email protected]

Field Director: The Field Director is responsible for directing and managing field operations under the collaborative 2012 Breakthrough Campaign.  The Field Director leads the implementation of the canvass operations in an agile field model that expands the base, promotes civic engagement, builds leadership, and generates voter turnout.  The Field Director will work in partnership with the Member Development Director and the Campaign Manager to develop field plans and ensure the integration of leadership development and electoral work with ongoing field operations.  Candidates should have at least 5 years of field experience of which at least 2 are in leadership roles.  Must have strong knowledge of VAN and field planning.

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Resumes accepted for this position until June 15th, 2012.
Submit resume and cover letter to: [email protected]

Communications Coordinator:
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and directing the organization’s communications strategy for the state.  This includes earned media strategy execution for organizational campaigns, maintaining the public face of the organization through training spokespeople, social media, the website, and paid media.  Responsibilities include developing communications strategies for campaigns and constituencies, for partners, monitoring effectiveness of the strategy, and supervision of communications associates.

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Resumes accepted for this position until June 15th, 2012.
Submit resume and cover letter to: [email protected]

For more information about the work of Florida New Majority visit:



Career Opportunities


Quality Counts Administrator

The Children's Trust has an opening for an administrator for its Quality Counts initiative. The administrator reports to the Chief Health and Child Development Officer and is responsible for managing all aspects of Quality Counts within The Trust and maintaining a close working relationship with the Early Learning Coalition (ELC) and with The Children's Forum to ensure continuous quality improvement for the initiative. A master's degree in public administration, the social sciences, or early childhood education or related field is required; doctorate degree is preferred. Visit, for a complete job description.  


Records Scanner - Temporary
The Children's Trust seeks a records scanner, a short-term, temporary position with no benefits. The scanner will perform work directly related to the electronic storage for records retention schedules, retrieval of archived records or for documents to be archived. Copyist/Scanner must be able to operate scanner, concisely explain and assist the staff with archival equipment including computers, digitizers and reader/printers. Applicant must be a current resident of Miami-Dade County, currently enrolled and attending college or a vocational school. For a more complete job description, visit 


Social Worker/Court Liaison

FSU's Young Parents Project, a multidisciplinary home visiting program serving teen mothers in delinquency, seeks a social worker/court liaison. A Bachelor's degree in Social Work or related field with three years experience serving complex families is required. Responsibilities include recruiting participants, completing intake assessments, serving as court liaison, and general case coordination. Please call Tara Thomas at (850) 922-1305 or e-mail [email protected] for details.


Coordinator, CFE & Grants
United Way of Miami-Dade is looking for a coordinator, CFE & Grants to support to the finance department and assist grants management. Coordinator is responsible for preparing monthly invoices of grants and ensuring that grants packages are complete. A high school diploma and one to three years of accounting experience required. Contact [email protected].


School Nurse   

The Institute for Children and Families seeks a school nurse to join their team. Candidate must be a licensed RN in the state of Fla, have at least two years pediatric experience and speak, read and write both English and Spanish fluently. Salary is $52k plus benefits. EOE & DFWP. Interested candidates should contact Sylvia Sanders at (305) 685-4231 or email [email protected]. Fax resumes to (305) 685-4208 or email to the address above.    


Administrative Assistant

Citrus Health has an immediate opening for an experienced full-time administrative assistant. High school degree required, A.A. preferred to work in this fast-paced office. Must have solid secretarial and computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint), be organized, detail oriented and reliable. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish preferred). Email resume to [email protected] 


Source: The Children’s Trust

Job Opportunities with Florida New Majority

Florida New Majority (FNM) is a social justice organization whose mission is to build grassroots power and win campaigns for social and economic opportunities for poor and disenfranchised communities. FNM combines community organizing, grassroots leadership development, comprehensive campaigns, strategic alliance building, and electoral organizing to pursue its mission at the local and state levels. FNM builds alliances between African American and new immigrant communities in Florida with a goal to build and gain power to win good jobs, housing, and opportunity for our community. An additional goal is to educate and turnout large numbers of voters.

For more information about the work of Florida New Majority visit

Above all else, Flroida New Majority is looking for motivated and hard-working individuals with a commitment to social and economic justice and our mission to join their team.




Lead Organizer

The Organizer is responsible for implementing plans to win issue and electoral campaigns in Florida, providing training and capacity building activities for community leaders and FNM strategic partners, and mobilizing volunteers for canvassing and phone bank shifts. The Organizer reports to the Field Director or Regional Lead.

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Resumes accepted for this position until June 4th, 2012.

 Submit resume and cover letter to: [email protected] 

Communications Coordinator

The Communications Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and directing the organization’s communications strategy for the state. This includes earned media strategy execution for organizational campaigns, maintaining the public face of the organization through training spokespeople, social media, the website, and paid media. Responsibilities include developing communications strategies for campaigns and constituencies, for partners, monitoring effectiveness of the strategy, and supervision of communications associates.

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Resumes accepted for this position until June 4th, 2012.

Submit resume and cover letter to: [email protected]


Campaign Field Director

MWC is seeking a Grassroots Fundraising Coordinator who will give leadership to all non-Foundation/grants-based fundraising efforts in the support of MWC's liberatory community-based organizing in the low-income communities of Miami.  The GFC is responsible for planning for and managing all aspects of grassroots and donor fundraising in close consultation with the Executive Director, Director of Operations, Grassroots Fundraising Committee, and when appropriate, other Board and volunteer leadership and Staff.  This is a full-time position.

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Resumes accepted for this position until June 4th, 2012.

Submit resume and cover letter to: [email protected]