Job Postings


United Way Suncoast – Sarasota


The Financial Stability Program Specialist position is a grant-funded position that will based in the United Way Suncoast Sarasota office, reporting to the Financial Stability Program Manager as a part of the Community Impact Department. The Program Specialist will assist with implementing the Financial Sustainability Initiative (FSI) in Sarasota County, with a focus on expanding FSI to south Sarasota County (Venice, North Port, Englewood).

This will include recruiting and managing volunteer financial coaches, facilitating financial education workshops, and connecting low-to- moderate income residents to asset-building financial products and other resources.

The Program Specialist will work with community social service agency partners to recruit program participants and match them to coaches and increase agency utilization of financial coaching software.


This position requires at least two years of related work experience or similar volunteer experience. The successful candidate will be an organized and creative, energetic self- starter with a passion for breaking the cycle of generational poverty.

Experience in successfully working with low-income individuals/families on a one-on- one basis and knowledge of financial literacy and asset-building strategies for low- income families are important. Demonstrated success in teaching/facilitating groups is also required. Must be comfortable with public speaking.


A BA/BS in business/social work/education/social services/behavioral or social sciences/finance is required. Four plus years of commensurate experience will also be considered.

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Florida Institute of Education

Reporting to the Executive Director of Florida Institute of Education (FIE) and the Executive Director of the Office of Early Learning (OEL), and with direction from the Office of the Governor, Florida Head Start Association and key collaborators, the Director Research Programs & Services, (Head Start State Collaboration Office Director) provides leadership and direction in project planning, development, and evaluation, and serves as a primary source of technical assistance, consultation and training for the project to meet the project goals and objectives.

This position monitors and interprets data, records, and other information related to the project, and evaluates the progress toward goals and outcomes; provides leadership and direction for problem solving and recommends action for appropriate follow-up activities. The Director supervises the program assistant, oversees outside consultants and contractors; ensures the fiscal integrity of the project, develops the project annual budget and monitors budget negotiations, reports and adjustments; coordinates the preparation of the annual refunding application and additional funding opportunities; prepares periodic and summary reports to meet the requirements of the funding agency and key collaborators.

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Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc.


The Real Estate Development Analyst supports the Director of Real Estate Development in developing a pipeline of affordable single and multi-family housing including identifying acquisition opportunities through research and contacts with brokers, builders, bankers, landowners, engineers, planners, attorneys, and municipal officials.  The position also assists in the acquisition and development of new projects.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conduct research to identify and map land acquisition opportunities
  • Complete preliminary feasibility analysis including zoning analysis and site layout of potential affordable housing development projects
  • Prepare and maintain performance metrics that include: predevelopment budget, development budget, operating pro forma, construction cost, cash flow and project timeline
  • Research and evaluate all aspects of real estate acquisition and ownership including financing strategies
  • Under the direction of the Real Estate Development Director, prepare purchase offers, letters of intent and negotiate contracts with sellers 
  • Maintain and update market analysis database to support key assumptions
  • Coordinate and assist with feasibility and due diligence of new projects
  • Assist with entitlement/zoning documents, application processing, title review and exceptions for properties under contract
  • Participate in Corporate Real Estate Committee discussions when needed  


Minimum Qualifications

  • An undergraduate degree in business, finance, economics, real estate, or architectural/engineering/land planning is required
  • Minimum two (2) years of related real estate development experience
  • Excellent analytical, administrative skills and organizational skills
  • Strong financial acumen
  • Expertise in spreadsheet creation and analysis
  • Understanding of market and industry trends
  • Proficient user of MS Office suite products and expert user of MS Excel

  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including the ability to present ideas clearly and effectively
  • Technical skills in site planning and government entitlements such as zoning 

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Compliance/CRA Officer

Citizens First Bank

The primary functions of the role are to oversee the Bank’s compliance activities ensuring the Bank’s operations are compliant with applicable federal and state rules and regulations. Responsible for policy development and legal compliance for the Bank. Actively participates in the development of Bank products and services to existing and potential customers. Is responsible for conducting and overseeing ongoing training on compliance requirements and procedures. Interacts with all Bank management and personnel.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

  1. Develops and coordinates the Banks efforts to comply with consumer protection laws and regulations
  2. Maintains a current knowledge of applicable laws, regulations and issues. Monitors legislative and regulatory developments for the Bank and report important compliance developments to management and other Bank personnel.
  3. Researches regulatory issues and responds to compliance questions from Bank personnel, utilizing all applicable resources
  4. Develops, implements, and conducts training programs, sessions and seminars to educate Bank personnel on compliance requirements and procedures in their respective areas of responsibility
  5. Monitors compliance with laws and regulations throughout the Bank and develops internal controls to test compliance
  6. Reports result of compliance reviews to the Board of Directors Audit Committee making appropriate recommendations as to the steps necessary to correct deficiencies
  7. Oversees CRA program and reporting
  8. Reviews Bank forms, notices, brochures, and advertisements for compliance with laws and regulations. Coordinate with marketing, forms design, computer programmers, and other personnel as needed.
  9. Assists in preparing and coordinating for audits and regulatory examinations and provides responses to examinations and audits

To learn more about the role, visit their website at or contact

Ginger Devine at

Bank On Fellow

United Way Suncoast

The Job Title of Bank On Fellow, reporting to the Director of Financial Stability in the Community Impact

Department of the United Way Suncoast, is currently open and posted.

The Bank On Suncoast Fellow will be a member of the Bank On Fellowship cohort with four other Fellows

across the nation who will provide leadership to Bank On initiatives to make significant advancement in local

banking access efforts. The Fellow will be responsible for directing and realizing the vision of Bank On

Suncoast under the auspices of United Way Suncoast and its partners, including key municipality partners,

banks and credit unions, non-profits and business leaders. The Fellow will be responsible for establishing

strategic partnerships, launching collaborative efforts to promote access to banking, overseeing day-to- day

operations of Bank On Suncoast, and coordinating with the CFE Fund. This fellowship is a minimum two-year


Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

  • COALITION MANAGEMENT: Cultivate new and existing relationships with local, regional, and national partners including city, county and state officials; banks and credit unions; community organizations; researchers and advocates; and banking regulators including the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Bank, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Department of the Treasury, and National Credit Union Administration. Develop and support a multi-sector Bank On Advisory Committee (if applicable).
  • BANK ON NATIONAL ACCOUNT STANDARDS: Work to connect residents to financial institution accounts certified as meeting Bank On National Account Standards. Work with other financial institutions who do not yet offer nationally certified products to local residents to achieve certification.
  • BANKING ACCESS INTEGRATION: Identify and cultivate opportunities to incorporate banking access into existing program infrastructure. Work with program partners to implement successful integrations.
  • DATA: Track, analyze and report data about Bank On activities.
  • SUSTAINABILITY AND FUNDRAISING: Identify and cultivate relationships with local funders and public funding source entities to seek ongoing public and private support to ensure program remains financially sustainable. Identify and leverage opportunities for in-kind and pro bono support for the program.
  • MARKETING/MEDIA: Create an appropriate marketing and outreach strategy with Marketing Department to reach unbanked local residents. Incorporate public service messages to encourage opening of safe and affordable accounts.
  • TRAINING: Work with relevant partners to ensure awareness about and accessibility to certified banking products and related financial empowerment opportunities.
  • LEARNING COMMUNITY: Work with the CFE Fund to support the local Bank On program model and coordinate on the multi-city Fellowship cohort initiative. Actively participate in the Bank On Fellows learning community opportunities. Assist in reporting to the CFE Fund on Fellowship activities and program progress.
  • FINANCIAL EDUCATION: Ensure financial education resources augment banking access goals and meet the unique needs of residents who are unbanked or underbanked.
  • PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION: Manage Bank On program budget, oversee Bank On staff, interns and volunteers (as applicable), and perform other administrative functions as needed.
  • TRAVEL: Some national and local travel, including mandatory training in New York City from October 2-4, 2017.

To learn more about the role, visit their website at are/careers/.

VP of Finance and Administration

Urban League of Palm Beach County, Inc.

The Vice President of Finance and Administration (VPFA), reporting directly to the President & CEO of the Urban League of Palm Beach County, Inc., will be a key member of the leadership team responsible for the operational strategy, capacity building, economic development, and oversight of all administrative, technical and staffing functions. 

The VPFA oversees the financial operations and organizational development functions of the organization, managing the assets, finances, operational efficiency, technological implementations and ensuring cyber security, departmental budgeting, scenario development and planning, and financial implications of strategic options and business models that support and enhance the organization’s mission.

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VP of Development and Communications

Urban League of Palm Beach County, Inc.

The Vice President of Development and Communications, reporting to and working in close

collaboration with the President & CEO, will execute a comprehensive development plan and

communications strategy for Urban League of Palm Beach County. The Vice President of

Development & Communications will oversee and execute the annual development program,

communications plan and assist with meeting the goals of the strategic plan.

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CRA Lending Analyst
Florida Community Bank, Weston, FL

The position of Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Lending Analyst is responsible for developing and implementing reporting and data integrity solutions for the CRA Department. This position will partner closely with executive CRA leadership in order to understand reporting and data requirements and deliver practical and innovative solutions in a timely manner to ensure a satisfactory rating in the Bank’s mandated regulatory CRA program.

Some of the role’s duties and responsibilities include:

  • Builds reports, dashboards, models and tools to analyze, report, and present data in a practical and actionable way.
  •  Conduct CRA and HMDA loan reviews for tracking eligibility and annual regulatory reporting.
  • Responsible for ensuring all CRA activity is captured and reported timely and accurately.
  • Responsible for ensuring all CRA Community Development, data, reports and dashboards are accurate, timely and complete against established annual CRA Benchmarks for FCB’s Leadership Team and Board of Directors.
  •  Execute quantitative ad-hoc analyses that translate data into actionable insights for the Bank.
  •  Conduct Peer Bank Reviews against FCB activities and community involvement.
  •  Prepare quarterly/annual reports and prepare analysis of CRA related activities.
  •  Analyze service and investment activities by assessment areas to determine CRA eligibility.
  •  Update all regulatory reports in the Bank’s CRA Public File by March 1st each year.
  • Compile data and update annual regulatory required CRA Self-Assessment and Performance Context.
  • Organize CRA meetings, including preparing minutes, invitations, materials, etc. Manage the coordination of FCB’s CRA calendar of community CRA events, programs and Marketing throughout FCB’s assessment areas.
  • Responsible for the review of annual content and completion of CRA training, BAI courses for regulatory audit tracking.
  •  Prepare assigned reports/documents for both internal audits and regulators (OCC) CRA Examinations.

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