Jobs at Valerie's House

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Collier County Gifts Officer

The Collier County Gifts Officer (GO) will demonstrate proven results by way of funds raised and increased awareness of Valerie’s House. The GO will spend time sharing with the community and potential donors the importance of Valerie’s House, and making introductions to our mission to those who want to help children grieving. The GO must have a strong network in Collier County, as well as a passion and an understanding of the impact of bereavement on children and be able to communicate that passion to persons he/she comes across.

Collier County Family Care Coordinator

The Collier County Family Care Coordinator will help share the message of Valerie’s House in the community by meeting with and presenting to school administrators and counselors, hospitals, physicians, clubs, and others in the community to help more families know about Valerie’s House grief support services. This person will work out of our new Naples Valerie’s House and give tours of the house and meet with families who have an interest of learning more about our services. The candidate will be self-sufficient and a go- getter. Must be comfortable with speaking to large groups, networking, and being a caring friend that children and families can depend on.

Charlotte County Family Care Coordinator

The Charlotte County Family Care Coordinator will help share the message of Valerie’s House in the community by meeting with and presenting to school administrators and counselors, hospitals, physicians, clubs, and others in the community to help more families know about Valerie’s House grief support services. This person will work out of their home or commute to our Fort Myers location. The candidate will be self-sufficient and a go-getter. Must be comfortable with speaking to large groups, networking, and being a caring friend that children and families can depend on

Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume/CV to Founder Angela Melvin at angela@valerieshouseswfl.org