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FPP members and partners are seeking talent to add to their teams! Below is a list of current open roles for Financial Capability practitioners and related professional roles serving through organizations in and beyond the state of Florida. Please inquire within each of the Job Role Postings with any questions related to the organization or role that is posted.

Please contact to post open Financial Capability practitioner positions on this site.

Posted: March 2021
Target Date for Interest Submission: April 12, 2021

Role Title: Director, Bank On Florida
Role Status: Full Time, one year grant-funded, with the possibility of a second year of grant funding support depending upon impact.
Role Location: This role will connect and serve in Florida communities virtually and in person. Preference will be given to the right-fit candidate based in Florida who can easily travel to all regions of the state of Florida.

Role Duties and Requirements: 
FPP, in coordination with CFE Fund, envisions the right-fit candidate for the Director, Bank On Florida role to effectively: 

  • Lead and cultivate a vibrant multi-sector statewide coalition, including financial institutions, community organizations, local government officials, community leaders/influencers, administrative agencies, consumer advocates and researchers.
  • Implement banking access program integration opportunities within local government infrastructure and with community leaders/influencers. 
  • Encourage financial institutions of varying sizes and regions of services to offer products certified as meeting the Bank On National Account Standards, and facilitate connections among local financial institutions and CFE Fund staff.
  • Plan, organize, market and facilitate convenings with senior staff within municipal agencies, financial institutions and community-based organizations to advance local coalition initiatives; which may include:
    • Roundtable conversations with senior staff from local, regional, and national financial institutions to demonstrate local need for products certified as meeting the Bank On National Account Standards, as well as the process for account certification.
    • Proposals to senior staff within municipal agencies and community-based organizations for programmatic banking access integrations in existing service delivery or human resource processes.
    • Panel conversations on relevant banking access issues, and best practices as learned through the Fellowship program.
  • Facilitate Bank On public outreach and learning initiatives. 
  • Actively participate in the CFE Fund’s national Fellowship learning community, including the ability to represent Bank On Florida at national conferences. 
  • Contribute to the broader national learning community for all Bank On programs statewide and nationwide.

Desired Skills:

  • Engage with elected officials and government agency staff members as well as community representatives and members. 
  • Facilitate meaningful exchanges across levels and sectors, while serving as an effective listener to community causes and concerns.  
  • Bilingual or multilingual skills are a plus, but not required for the right-fit candidate. 
  • Demonstrated experience required in all or most of the described Duties and Requirements areas above. 
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited academic institution preferred, but not required. 

Candidate Contact Information
All interested Candidates for the role of Director, Bank On Florida must submit a resume and letter of interest to FPP Coalition President and CEO, Bill Mills, at by Sunday, March 21, 2021.  

Job Role Title: Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant
Hiring Organization: FPP Coalition (also known as Florida Prosperity Partnership)
Reports to: President/CEO, FPP Coalition

Role Description
The Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant will provide assistance to FPP in soliciting, marketing, and selling advertisements for Spondulics TV (“Services”), a proprietary internet and streaming broadcast platform powered by FPP Coalition, to prospects and customers (“Clients”).

The FPP Coalition, its support staff and Board of Directors will appoint the Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant as its representative to devote best efforts in the promotion and marketing of the Services to Clients in accordance with the terms and conditions of mutual Agreement.

The Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant will market the Services to Clients and possesses the necessary marketing capacity and abilities to do so in a manner that reflects favorably on the image of Spondulics TV, the FPP Coalition and the Services advertised on the broadcast/streaming media platform.

Employment Status
Independent Contractor Role: The relationship of the parties under the mutual Agreement is, and will at all times remain, one of independent contractors and not that of employer and employee, franchisor and franchisee or a joint venture. The mutual Agreement will not establish the Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant as FPP’s representative or agent for any purposes other than to solicit Services. Sales Consultant will not be authorized to make contracts in the name of the FPP Coalition or to transact any business in the name of the FPP Coalition, or to assume or create any obligation or responsibility binding on the FPP Coalition in any matter whatsoever.

Job Role Benefits
The Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant role will enjoy a generous profit-sharing compensation structure that will inspire the right-fit candidate to generate high volume of revenue for the operation and growth of the broadcast platform as well as themselves. 

Client relationships established by the Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant remain the client of the Consultant for the duration of the candidate performing in the Consultant capacity representing FPP Coalition and Spondulics TV. 

The Spondulics TV Advertising Sales Consultant also benefits from playing an integral role in the growth of an innovative, unique broadcast “edutainment” platform that has the capacity to change the Financial Capability future for millions of viewers worldwide!

About Spondulics TV:
If you like boring classroom drivel about financial education, Spondulics TV is NOT for you! If you prefer to be entertained and learn a little about personal finances along the way, then download Spondulics TV now!

Spondulics TV features films and other entertainment that have an aspect of personal finance within the content. However, Spondulics TV wants you to enjoy watching the channel, so no boring stuff here! Laugh, cry, and build empathy for the characters in these unique shows. Then explore more to help you in your financial life!

Also, Spondulics has content for those working to help others become more financially capable! Financial Capability practitioners are highly encouraged to download this app and interact with The Institute for Financial Capability!
Spondulics TV is operated by Florida Prosperity Partnership, often referred to as FPP, a 501(c)(3) non-profit coalition of thousands of Financial Capability practitioners in and beyond Florida who primarily serve low- and moderate-income individuals and households.

FPP believes in the power of entertainment used to help others learn (Walt Disney called it “edutainment”). Spondulics TV is intended to get people of all ages viewing entertaining content with the hope that they will learn while watching!

To learn more about Spondulics TV, visit The Spondulics TV broadcast platform may also be streamed on Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Android TV, and a variety of mobile applications.

Job Role Responsibilities and Commitments

  • The Ad Sales Consultant agrees to comply with all applicable requirements of federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, administrative rules and regulations relating to the Ad Sales Consultant’s performance of the obligations under the mutual Agreement.
  • The Ad Sales Consultant will quote prices for the Services as provided by FPP (unless Sales Consultant wishes to reduce profit sharing for the exact corresponding dollar amount reduced from price schedule).
  • The Ad Sales Consultant will be identified as an authorized sales agent of FPP only with respect to the Services and will otherwise be identified as an independent business.
  • The Ad Sales Consultant will, at all times, maintain a professional appearance and will perform any duties set forth in the mutual Agreement, free of being intoxicated in any manner or under the influence of any illegal drug.
  • The Ad Sales Consultant will elect to avoid deceptive, illegal, misleading, or unethical practices and will avoid making any false or misleading representations with regard to the Services or the FPP Coalition.
  • All costs and expenses incurred by the Ad Sales Consultant in performing the Services (including by way of example only, phone and travel) and other marketing and sales expenses will be borne by the Ad Sales Consultant and are unreimbursed by the FPP Coalition.
  • The FPP Coalition will compensate the Ad Sales Consultant on a profit-sharing basis. This compensation may be amended by mutual agreement of the Parties.
  • The FPP Coalition support staff and executive leadership will review all orders for the Services submitted by the Ad Sales Consultant. FPP reserves the right to reject, for any or no reason, any Client order solicited by the Ad Sales Consultant. FPP will not accept advertisements for any payday lending company or product, cash advance company or product, check casher, loan shark, or pawn broker.

Inquiries and Interested Applicants, please contact:

Bill Mills
(321) 209-4FPP (4377)

Posted: March 2021

Role Title: Community Development Loan Officer

Role Description:
FCLF is seeking an experienced Community Development Loan Officer to promote FCLF in the Central Florida area. Successful candidates will identify potential projects and will obtain, underwrite, and analyze loan applications for commercial loans to benefit primarily not-for-profit enterprises, which would be funded by loans facilitated through FCLF.

About the Organization:
Florida Community Loan Fund (FCLF) is a nonprofit lending institution providing capital and expertise to make projects successful and help organizations improve lives and low-income communities throughout the Sunshine State. Established in 1994, FCLF operates statewide from a network of offices in Orlando, Tampa, Melbourne, Sarasota, and Fort Lauderdale. FCLF financing has helped more than 200 organizations succeed in their projects, providing over 580,000 Floridians annually with housing or social services through 375+ lending transactions to projects totaling over $1.21 billion. FCLF became Florida’s first certified statewide Community Development Financial Institution in 1996 and has been certified as a Community Development Entity since 2004.

Currently, FCLF has $98 million in total assets, a staff of 17, and an operating budget of $6 million. It has a growing loan portfolio of $82 million and has closed $288 million in New Markets Tax Credit investments. FCLF Strategic Plan emphasizes significant growth over the next 4 years and we are adding staff now to keep pace with this growth.

This Position Will:

  • Engage in and build relationships in the local community to create or expand a presence for FCLF.
  • Develop and nurture relationships with nonprofit borrowers and potential borrowers, community leaders, funders, developers, and nonprofit entity leaders associated with development projects planned or underway within the community.
  • Promote the potential strategies for utilizing FCLF financing to achieve community development objectives.
  • Develop a lending pipeline as a priority by identifying projects which would meet the lending criteria of FCLF. Also, identify potential projects for the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program or other specialized lending programs in which FCLF participates.
  • Obtain, underwrite, and analyze loan applications for commercial loans to support community/economic development projects based on criteria established for each program and loan policies within each program.
  • Perform due diligence, site inspections, appraisal review, financial statement and pro-forma credit analysis, and credit evaluations of potential borrowers.
  • Prepare credit memos and supporting documentation and present loans for review or approval to the Chief Lending Officer and/or Chief Executive Officer; or Lending Committee.
  • Draft and coordinate with the FCLF portfolio administration staff and Chief Lending Officer to issue commitment letters and to facilitate loan closings and monitor loan advances and disbursements.
  • Monitor borrower relationships for borrower needs or difficulties. Increase, extend, modify and restructure loans as needed.
  • Mitigate loan portfolio risk through coordination of post-closing technical assistance, extensions, restructurings and work-outs.
  • Assist in the preparation of monthly Lending Committee material by contributing to reporting.
  • Participate in periodic portfolio evaluations including presentation of recommendations for loan grades. Assist in the preparation of periodic written reports regarding the status of loan request and applications.
  • Partner with technical assistance providers to deliver training services to prepare potential borrowers for the borrowing process.
  • Participate in workshop, marketing and promotional activities and materials development for FCLF.
  • Make workshop presentations and participate in forums which inform the public and special audiences about the opportunities for borrowers offered by FCLF.

Location: Orlando


  • BS degree in Finance, Business or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in the commercial/community development/real estate lending, public finance and/or multifamily development fields is required. Multiple sector experience is preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to source, evaluate and underwrite commercial lending projects, preferably in the community/economic development field.
  • Knowledge of and experience in community development financial analysis; other underwriting experience is preferred.
  • Ability and experience in delivering services consultatively to diverse constituencies required.
  • Experience working in low-income communities.
  • Outstanding communication skills, both spoken and written.
  • Maturity, initiative, and flexibility required.
  • Ability to work independently and coordinate with others located across the state.
  • IT skills and the ability to quickly adapt to software.
  • Analytical / quantitative analysis skills.
  • Qualitative analysis and creative thinking skills.
  • Organizational skills.
  • Self-motivation skills.
  • Research skills.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and cope with pressure.

Compensation & Benefits:

  • This position offers the unique opportunity to join an innovative organization with the vision and expertise to make a difference in disadvantaged communities throughout Florida.
  • A competitive compensation package
  • Very generous paid time off benefits program
  • 403(b) plan with employer-paid contributions Opportunities to work with a dedicated team who are driven to aid distressed communities

Application Instructions:

Please submit your resume via e-mail to along with a cover letter which specifically outlines your experience in the following:

  • Your experience in commercial banking and/or nonprofit lending
  • Number of years and position(s) held

Applications without a cover letter containing the above information will not be considered.

No phone calls please.

Florida Community Loan Fund, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Title:
Financial Advocate – Bi-Lingual

Employer Organization:
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Maryland and Delaware, Inc.

Job Classification:
This is a full-time, non-exempt position

Orlando, FL

$40,000 – $50,000; dependent on experience

Reports To:
Financial Advocate Manager(s)

Position Summary:
This position acts as an advocate for, and works in partnership with, clients and communities to increase their awareness, personal growth and financial wellbeing through comprehensive 1:1 counseling and ongoing support.


  • Bi-lingual in Spanish, preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years industry experience or experience in the financial arena;
  • Ability to act as a change agent;
  • Excellent writing and interpersonal skills;
  • Detail-oriented;
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks simultaneously;
  • Proven MS Office, PowerPoint and Internet skills;
  • Proficient communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Excellent critical thinking abilities
  • Innovative with an ability to identify process and expansion opportunities
  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from a four-year college or university, preferred
  • Must acquire and maintain National Foundation for Credit Counseling Certification (NFCC) within 14 days of employment; NFCC Housing Counseling Certification within 90 days of employment; HUD Housing Counselor Certification within 90 days of employment

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each of the following essential functions satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Functions:

  • Utilize holistic and solutions focused techniques to assist consumers in reaching defined benchmarks
  • Serve as an advocate and liaison between consumers and financial entities to work towards positive outcomes
  • Investigate historical data to ensure programmatic concessions are fully leveraged
  • Identify root cause of an individual’s current financial hardship(s) to include those not of a financial nature
  • Analyze data provided by consumers to determine necessary steps to overcome crisis conditions
  • Promptly respond to client inquiries telephonically, by internet (to include Chat) or by mail in compliance with Agency service delivery standards
  • Provide ongoing client support to extend from initial engagement through closeout
  • Lead consumers through a solution focused engagement to thoroughly analyze their unique circumstances while providing avenues of resolution – with an expectation to complete a minimum number of comprehensive sessions daily
  • Identify potential opportunities available to consumers based on their stated goals and objectives as well as those that are unstated and identified through thorough analysis
  • Provide and guide consumers through multiple agency services that extend across unique products and delivery methods
  • Maintain quality standards and achieve production metrics at a level of 95% or better through first call resolution while acting as an agency point of contact
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • To perform in the position successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies
  • Credit/Financial Industry Knowledge – Must possess solid knowledge of housing and credit counseling policies.
  • Customer Service – Professional manner. Responds promptly and effectively to meet Agency commitments. Ability to maintain composure under pressure and to handle stressful situations effectively.
  • Interpersonal Skills – Ability to listen and obtain full picture of issues while maintaining composure and resolving conflicts in a calm manner.
  • Oral Communications – Ability to interpret information and respond clearly to questions and concerns. Must present information that is clear to all parties.
  • Written Communication – Able to read and interpret written information. Able to write effective business communication.
  • Problem Solving – Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner with minimal assistance; uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics.
  • Professionalism – Approaches others in a tactful manner; treats others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position; accepts responsibility for own actions; follows through on commitments.
  • Teamwork – Balances team and individual responsibilities; exhibits objectivity and openness to others’ views gives and welcomes feedback; contributes to build a positive team spirit; puts success of team above own interests; able to build morale and group commitments to goals and objectives; supports everyone’s efforts to succeed.
  • Quality Management – Supports the President/CEO to improve and promote quality; detail-oriented; demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.
  • Computer Skills – Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel. Internet savvy and able to manage the administration of the Agency’s social media accounts. Able to create spreadsheets and reporting

Physical Demands:
There are no special physical demands required by this position. 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

Work Environment:
The environment for this position is a standard office environment or remote home office work environment. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

To apply, please email resume to Susan Fitz at

Job Role Title:
Grant Manager

Hiring Organization:
Second Harvest of the Big Bend

Job Role Type:
Full-time Employment

Job Role Location:
Tallahassee, Florida

Full Job Description:
Includes the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Develop and execute a comprehensive and aggressive program to generate grant and foundation support from existing sources and new opportunities via Feeding America, private/corporate foundation, federal and state programs, local municipalities, civic and religious groups, etc.
  • Write and submit concise, articulate and persuasive grant proposals and narratives.
  • Write letters of inquiry, grant proposals, reports and stewardship correspondence as needed.
  • Develop and maintain an up-to-date documentation of common grant questions and recent responses to streamline grant application and reporting.
  • Develop and update system to track relevant external data and literature relevant to domestic food insecurity and poverty alleviation.
  • Conduct research to identify funds available.
  • Collect, verify, and interpret relevant data and statistics.
  • Coordinate story writing, media activity, and social media presence related to grants with Communications team.
  • Monitor grant-funded programs and projects and submit timely reports on use of funding.
  • Maintain a grant-tracking and report-management system.
  • Coordinate activities related to grants and contracts, including submitting documents related to grants and contracts.
  • Develop and maintain a system for managing and querying internal programs and operations data for efficient and accurate reporting to grant funders.
  • Prepare and submit timely proposals that accurately and ethically represent SHBB programs, services, needs, and goals.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and levels of work to be performed and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties.

Required Qualifications (knowledge, skills, abilities, competencies):

  • Bachelor’s Degree or 2-3 years professional experience in grant writing, grant management, funder cultivation and solicitation.
  • Strong organizational and planning skills using resources.
  • Demonstrated experience as an effective team member.
  • 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 of products, working knowledge of relational database systems, and ability to navigate and utilize Internet and social media platforms and applications.
  • Ability to problem-solve quickly, effectively, and objectively.

Salary for this position is commensurate upon experience. Second Harvest of the Big Bend 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 Paid Time Off allocation.

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.

$40,000.00 – $50,000.00 per year

Dental insurance
Health insurance
Paid time off

Monday to Friday

Company’s website:

Benefit Conditions:
Only full-time employees eligible

COVID-19 Precaution(s):
Personal protective equipment provided or required
Temperature screenings
Social distancing guidelines in place\
Virtual meetings
Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place

Interested in Applying for This Role?
James R. McGowan
Chief Development Officer
Second Harvest of the Big Bend
Office 850-562-3033 ext. 203
Mobile 251-599-0555
4446 Entrepot Boulevard, Tallahassee, FL 32310

Job Role Title:
Micro-Business Senior Business Coach

Lakeview 11500 NW 12 Ave.
Miami, FL 33168

Reports to:
Assistant Manager of Micro-Business

Employee paid medical insurance
Affordable dental, vision, and short-term disability plans
Generous paid time off and 12 paid holidays per year
Retirement matching plan

Program Overview:
The Financial Wellness department within Branches targets the well-being of the entire community through programs fostering financial stability and long term success. The programs take a 2 Generation Approach to serving families and provide assistance in Miami-Dade County. The Micro-Business program guides business leaders through to achieve new levels of growth. The Micro-Business program serves entrepreneurs with a focus on those underserved and under-resourced, to enable them to start, stabilize or expand their business.

Position Overview:
The Senior Business Coach will be responsible for providing comprehensive business support with a focus on developing and supporting businesses in the area of accounting. The Senior Business Coach will also be responsible for integrating the Micro-Business program into the rest of the Branches organization, community partners, and funders in alignment with Branches’ standards, goals, and values.

Primary Responsibilities:
1. Direct Service and Participant Relationship Management (80%)

  • Support program daily operations by, but not limited to, scheduling meetings and coaching sessions, completing intake forms, and collecting relevant information (at Branches, the business’ location, phone, or virtually) that help design and implement strategies that increase value of services provided by the program.
  • Coach participants to identify their businesses’ strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, and develop a plan with each participant to take specific steps towards achieving their goals.
  • Support participants with income tax returns, accounting functions such as coding expenses and bookkeeping, increasing revenues, reducing inefficiencies, building capacity and getting loan ready to access appropriate financing.
  • Elicit individualized business or financial stability plans in collaboration with entrepreneurs or employees that are in need.
  • Analyze information, determine needs, and evaluate results of businesses served through our areas of impact and develop processes and strategies to support the entrepreneur in reaching his or her goals; document meetings and prepare reports.
  • Conduct outreach to promote opportunities for technical assistance, including one-on-one support and support via webinars, workshops, partners, and networking opportunities.
  • Record and maintain participant data, files, and program reports relevant to the administration and management of the program.
  • Develop action plans, business plans or operational plans.
  • Monitor and report participant success and satisfaction and follow-up to ensure participants long-term success. Provide monthly narratives that demonstrate the impact our coaching activities and other reports on direct service efforts, as requested.
  • Integrate Micro-Business goals and services with other Branches’ programs and partners wherever appropriate, including the development of cross-referral systems.

2. Program Administration & Development (20%)

A. Program Operations (10%)

  • Establish frequent meetings/communication with immediate supervisor to create objectives, processes that need updating, and challenges that help design and implement strategies; plan activities that increase the value of services provided by the program.
  • Design, organize, and facilitate trainings/workshops not limited to, identifying, making connections, promoting, and communicating with potential trainers, partners, sponsors, vendors, and participants as needed.
  • Research and locate potential venues and sponsors for networking and other program events.
  • Cultivate and maintain fruitful and positive relationships with program partners, volunteers, participants, and general community.
  • Conduct site visits as needed.

B. Partnership Development (10%)

  • Identify community partners and collaboration opportunities; seek and participate in networking opportunities building relationships with potential partners and volunteers, engage and retain partners and volunteers.
  • Promote Micro-Business services, curriculum, and events through different networks including, but not limited to, traditional marketing channels and social media.
  • Identify trainings needed by participants and community, schedule and coordinate trainings and trainers.
  • Support the immediate supervisor in the development and implementation of financial management practices for businesses.
  • Represent the program to the broader community and region.



Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution in accounting, business administration or entrepreneurship; a combination of education and experience will be considered.

Preferred Experience

Experience in accounting, business coaching, business development, and/or non-profit.
Written and verbal fluency in Spanish and English required (Creole language skills are a plus).
Experience in bookkeeping and using accounting software such as QuickBooks is preferred.

Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities)

Data Analysis
Curriculum Design
Learning Orientation
Planning and Organization
Social Awareness
Problem Solving
Cross-cultural sensitivity
Resource Management
Case Management
Partnership Development

Who We Are:

Branches exists to serve, educate and inspire people through student, family and financial stability services in partnership with our communities. Branches provides opportunities for working poor families to help them and their children become better educated and more financially stable in the long-term. Our program areas that serve children and youth focus on student achievement, and our Achieve programs focus on financial stability services for families and individuals. The Grow program provides after-school enrichment and tutoring for elementary students. The Climb program serves middle and high school students to enable them to succeed in school and life. The Achieve programs serve adults and provide small business development services, free tax prep, affordable car loans, and hunger relief. We also provide personal financial coaching through the United Way Center for Financial Stability, which we house and operate.

Our Values:


We strive to exceed the expectations of those we serve including everyone who is connected to our mission. We adopt an attitude of service by actively listening, being proactive and inspirational. We aspire to provide quality service and efficient support while being resourceful and persistent both for those we serve and for one another. Professionalism for us includes respecting for one another, upholding high quality service standards, and being actively engaged as we aim to make a long-term impact.


We take ownership and full responsibility of our roles and organization’s impact. We know that all of our actions and decisions impact others. We seek solutions, take action and make decisions that will result in a high standard. We take pride in this standard, knowing that our work touches many lives.


We believe that collaboration within and between our teams as well as with our partners leads to better outcomes. We apply our strengths, use our gifts, communicate well, and promote positive relationships that foster strong teams. Synergy grows from teamwork, cooperation and interdependence. Collaboration leads to mutually reinforcing relationships among our team members and with our valued stakeholders.


We are motivated to help people alleviate suffering and hardships and are energized by the opportunity to care for and serve others. Our passion to serve is evident by the quality of our work, the stories we share and the positive attitude and energy we bring to work every day. Our compassion is evident by the respect and care we show to all people.


We achieve a high level of trust by caring for each other and holding one another accountable to be truthful and dependable in all our relationships and decisions. We align our words with actions so that we are consistent and reliable each day. We attain our goals by creating clear, accurate, transparent systems and uphold the highest ethical standards in managing our resources and relationships.

Working Conditions:

The service is normally performed in regular office conditions. Evening and some weekend service might be needed.  Site visits and some meetings are conducted in various parts of Miami-Dade County with some events taking place in other locations across Miami-Dade. Reliable transportation is needed.

Reasonable Accommodation Notice:

We follow Federal Law requirements to provide reasonable accommodation to applicants, candidates, and employees who qualify. Please tell us if you require reasonable accommodation to perform any of the job functions of this position.

Interested in Applying?:

Visit this website to apply:

Position Title: HR Compliance & Facilities Manager
Organization: United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades And Okeechobee
Reports to: CEO
Classification: Full Time Salaried Exempt
Location: Fort Myers, FL
Application Deadline: March 15, 2021 5:00 PM
Submit Cover Letter and Resume:

United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee (UWLHGO) is a volunteer driven organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people in our community. This is accomplished through fundraising, fund distribution (90+ partners), community building, volunteer advancement, and information and referral. UWLHGO is an $11 million nonprofit social services organization, with 56 employees in four locations with the main campus being located at 7273 Concourse Drive, Fort Myers, FL. The majority of funding is from private donations although UWLHGO also receives local, state, and federal grants.

The HR Compliance & Facilities Manager for United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee (UWLHGO) will be responsible for coordinating and executing HR functions such as onboarding, exit interviews, and benefits for the organization.

The HR Compliance & Facilities Manager for United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee (UWLHGO) will be responsible for coordinating compliance processes and procedures across organizational and

functional boundaries to ensure compliance with Federal, State, local, and United Way policies, rules, and regulations.

The HR Compliance & Facilities Manager for United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee (UWLHGO) will be responsible for coordinating the management of United Way facilities including such things as vendors, insurance, and repairs. As the human resources leader of the organization, the HR Compliance & Facilities Manager will serve as a valued member of the management team.

The HR Compliance & Facilities Manager will directly influence and participate in the day-to-day employee relations matters of the organization and the functionality of the facilities.

The HR Compliance & Facilities Manager will work closely with grant managers to ensure that the organization is in compliance with current and potential grants at state, federal, private, and local levels.

For a complete role description and to apply:

Position Title: Vice President of Finance
Organization: United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades And Okeechobee
Reports to: CEO
Classification: Full Time Salaried Exempt
Location: Fort Myers, FL
Application Deadline: March 15, 2021 5:00 PM
Submit Cover Letter and Resume:

United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee (UWLHGO) is a volunteer driven organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people in our community. This is accomplished through fundraising, fund distribution (90+ partners), community building, volunteer advancement, and information and referral. UWLHGO is an $11 million nonprofit social services organization, with 56 employees in four locations with the main campus being located at 7273 Concourse Drive, Fort Myers, FL. The majority of funding is from private donations although UWLHGO also receives local, state, and federal grants.

The Vice President of Finance for United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee (UWLHGO) is accountable for the administrative, financial, legal, and risk management operations of the organization, including the development of a financial and operational strategy, metrics tied to that strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve organization assets and report accurate financial results.

The Vice President of Finance also oversees the Internet Technologies and Systems Administration staff to insure the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization’s technology needs. As the financial leader of the organization, the Vice President of Finance will serve as a valued member of the executive management team.

The Vice President of Finance will directly influence and participate in the day-to-day financial operations, budgets and long range planning for the organization.

The Vice President of Finance will have overarching responsibility for accounting, internal and grant-related financial reporting, short and long term financial planning, budgeting, audit, forecasting and analysis, tax and treasury operations.

The Vice President of Finance serves in an advisory capacity to the CEO and Board of Directors providing strategic leadership where needed. Working in tandem with the other executives, the Vice President of Finance collaboratively develops and implements the organization’s short-term and long-term financial operating model.

The Vice President of Finance provides organizational and functional leadership and direction with regard to all finance related activities, guided by a commitment to providing timely, accurate and high quality information and service.

The Vice President of Finance will be a critical thought partner to the organization’s program, marketing, technology, talent management, and fundraising functions.

For a complete role description and to apply:

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando and Osceola County

Job Role Title:
Program Services Coordinator


Reports to:
Director of Program Services

The Program Services Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, interviewing, and empowering applicants for our programs through the many stages of homeownership from application through closing, as well as providing support and resources to those who are current homeowners.

Essential Functions:

  • Work with applicants to collect homeownership applications, offer counseling on credit issues as needed, offer resources to homeowners and applicants to assist them in achieving their homeownership goals.
  • Prepare all program files with the appropriate packages required for credit counseling, management recommendations and all partner agencies associated with the closing of their loan.
  • Maintain all program files including sending out and documenting appropriate communications, credit Sweat Equity hours and Habitat U Class attendance into our software.
  • Conduct, facilitate and assist with program related orientations and Habitat U classes.
  • Plan, facilitate and coordinate the mentorship program.
  • Identify and engage clients who are willing to share their stories on our behalf.
  • Update client information in our database, as necessary.
  • Answer all mail, email, and telephone calls within 48 business hours and in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Send out notices to our clients, as necessary.
  • Conduct pre-closing process appointments with approved homebuyers.
  • Conduct and/or coordinate outreach and recruitment activities such as phone calls, mailings, and public presentations for Habitat programs.
  • Assist individuals by providing them with information and referrals about Habitat programs, credit, and budgeting.
  • Develop and maintain a Homeowner Newsletter and/or regular email notifications to introduce homeowners to resources available in our community.
  • Manage and update the Homeowner Hub.
  • Assist with the delinquency follow up to provide support as needed.
  • Plan, schedule and provide support for the required Habitat U curriculum.


  • Passionate about the Habitat for Humanity mission and purpose
  • High energy and the ability to function effectively with a minimum of daily direction and support
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills
  • Can solve problems and make decisions independently in a creative and effective manner
  • Ability to take initiative, prioritize work, meet deadlines & be highly organized and flexible
  • Ability to work on multiple projects at once in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to project manage within a team
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Certified Qualified Loan Originator
  • Strong cross-cultural communication skills
    • Relate with individuals and their problems in an objective, empathetic, friendly but helpful and knowledgeable manner without prejudice or pre-judgment
    • Some knowledge of community resources or social services

Supervisory Responsibility:
This position has no supervisory responsibility, but does involve the management of volunteers

Work Environment:
This job operates in a professional office environment or at various event sites. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets, scanners, and fax machines.

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. This position requires extended periods of sitting and standing. The employee must also occasionally lift and move up to 25 pounds.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:
This is a full-time position, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. with some weekends and hours outside of the regular workday as needed.

Occasional travel may be required but it is primarily local during the business hours and mileage is reimbursed.

Required Education and Experience:
High School diploma or equivalent
Two (2) years’ experience in Credit/Housing Counseling, Loan Underwriting, Social Work,
Case Management or Financial Planning
Must obtain Qualified Loan Originator Certificate within 90 days
Must obtain the State training certification within 90 days

Preferred Education and Experience:
Associate Degree or higher
Public speaking ability desirable
Bi-lingual; Fluency in Spanish or Haitian Creole preferred
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
None required for this position.

Other Duties:
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Office Location:
4116 Silver Star Rd. Orlando, FL 32808

To Apply:
Please send resumes and cover letters to
All resumes will be reviewed upon receipt.
HGO is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando and Osceola County

Job Role Title:
Residential Site Construction Supervisor


Starting at $20/hour depending on experience

Reports to:
Construction Project Manager


  • The Construction Site Supervisor’s primary objective is to provide labor and oversight in the repair or construction of
  • single-family homes from framing to finishes. The volunteer experience is vital to the function of the organization and
  • therefore this position requires excellent verbal communication skills, a positive attitude and strong awareness of
  • utilizing volunteers’ time efficiently. This position typically manages, on average, 20 volunteers independently and up
  • to 100 volunteers with other staff for large event builds. Ability to teach construction tasks to unskilled volunteers and
  • oversee the quality of their work, making corrections as needed, is a significant portion of the day-to-day function of
  • this position. For work that does not require volunteers, this position will continue to work onsite with other staff to
  • ensure homes are complete through the final punch. Other duties include but are not limited to overseeing quality of
  • work by subcontracted trades in the field, verifying quantities of materials delivered to the site are accurate, and
  • collaborating with the Construction Project Manager to schedule work to meet deadlines. With safety at the forefront
  • of everything done at the organization, it is imperative that this position always be aware of surroundings, quick to
  • respond in the event of an accident and conscious of any unsafe conditions that may arise.

Essential Functions:

  • Monitor quality of construction of the home through all phases with the Construction Project Manager
  • Coordinate with trades and assist with completion of work scope for repair projects. Report any improper installations or poor quality of work by trades as needed
  • Provide labor for construction as necessary to assist in maintaining build schedule
  • Ensure the proper quantity and types of tools required for the tasks are available to volunteers each day
  • Collaborate with Procurement Department to ensure an accurate quantity of materials are delivered in time for volunteer groups and trades as needed
  • Provide brief safety training and general overview of each day’s task to group or individual volunteers
  • Educate volunteers on the task(s) they are assigned to that day and ensure they fully understand before allowing them to work independently. Maintain supervision of their work throughout the day and help those who appear to need assistance
  • Ensure that Crew Leaders are given proper instructions and provided necessary tools to assist in leading Volunteers
  • Work with future and current homeowners during and after the construction of their home
  • Maintain a well-organized trailer and jobsite at all times
  • Ensure all homes are locked and secure each day before leaving the site
  • Lead activities and behaviors which promotes safety for staff, volunteers and subcontractors


  • Passionate about Habitat for Humanity mission
  • Framing & Carpentry Skills
  • Knowledge of both new construction and rehab
  • Basic Software competency and ability to perform basic tasks on computer and mobile applications.

Supervisory Responsibility:
Crew Leaders & Volunteers

Work Environment:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee may periodically be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts and vibration. The employee is occasionally exposed to a variety of extreme conditions at construction job sites. The noise level in the work environment and job sites can be loud. The position regularly works near moving mechanical parts and in outside conditions that include inclement weather, heat and humidity, and exposure to dust and debris.

Physical Demands:
The position requires the ability to lifts heavy objects, walk and stand for long periods of time. The position requires good manual dexterity and multi-limb coordination.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:
This is a full-time hourly compensated position. This position requires long hours and weekend work. Primary schedule would be 7am-3:30pm Monday – Fridays, with Tuesday – Saturday schedule possible when volunteers are scheduled.

Travel is primarily local during the business day in company provided vehicles.

Required Education and Experience:
Minimum of 5 years rough carpentry experience
Excellent verbal communication skills with a variety of audiences, including volunteers, trades and homeowners
Enthusiasm, team-oriented and detailed
Thorough understanding of residential construction practices in Florida
OSHA Competent Person Certification within 90 days of job entry date
CPR & First Aid Certification within 90 days of job entry date
Fork Lift Certification 90 days of job entry date
Must possess a valid and Florida driver’s license with clean driving record
Strong knowledge and carpentry skills in the quality construction of homes from foundation to final finishes is required

Other Duties:
Please note this job description is designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or
responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any
time with or without notice.

Office Location:
4116 Silver Star Rd. Orlando, FL 32808

To Apply:
Please send resumes and cover letters to
All resumes will be reviewed upon receipt.
HGO is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.

Organization:  Florida Consumer, a branch of Consumer Credit Counseling Services of PR. Inc., a private, non-profit, mission-driven and community-based 501(c)(3) corporation.
Location:  Orlando, Florida


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or Related Experience
  • Fully Bilingual (English and Spanish)
  • Strong Communication and Community Outreach Skills
  • Knowledge of computer hardware and software
  • Proficient in MS Office, including Outlook, Word, Power Point and Excel
  • Flexibility to travel to Puerto Rico, if required for training
  • Some experience in customer services, grant proposals preparation, billing and monitoring


  • Credit and Housing counselor; trainings will be provided to become certified.
  • Assist the President & CEO and Business Development officer in marketing efforts and networking events in Central Florida.
  • Analyze, and prepare the client’s budget. Identity, evaluate and classify the participant’s financial situation and determine the necessary assistance and support.
  • If needed, establish a manageable Debt Management Plan. Determine based on client’s budget, a realistic monthly payment. Decide the creditor’s proposal. Other administrative tasks.
  • Serve as a liaison between community and government resources and counsel client’s on the eligibility criteria.
  • Maintain relations between client’s and creditors.
  • Networking with other Non-Profits, private Entities, Financial Institutions and the likes.       


  • Competitive base salary: $32 – 36,000
  • Health insurance plan fully paid by employer
  • 401k upon completion of 1 year of employment
  • Car allowance $300 monthly
  • Trainings and exams to become a Certified Counselor
  • This is a permanent, full time position (40 hr. /week) Weekends, evenings and off-site travel can be required as necessary.  

If you meet these requirements, please send us your resume to:
Eugenio M. Alonso, President & CEO
By email:
or Call 787-404-0664
Due date:  February 10, 2021