Job Postings

Job Role Postings

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 FPP@FPPCoalition.org to post open Financial Capability practitioner positions on this site.

Role Title:

Virtual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Site Co-Coordinator

Role Highlights:

This new job role serving as part of the FPP Coalition Support Staff is compensated at $16.50 hourly for ten (10) to twenty (20) hours weekly from May 2022 through October 2022, possibly longer.  The role is an ideal fit for a team leader with prior VITA Volunteer experience. 

The Site Co-Coordinator role is 100% virtual/work from home office

Role Status:

Part-time, for a five- to six-month stint, possibly longer if the Site Co-Coordinator is interested in expanding their role within the FPP Coalition Support Staff. 

Role Location: 

This role will connect and serve in Florida communities, entirely virtually.  The Site Co-Coordinator role may be performed anywhere in the United States of America.    

Role Reporting Structure: 

This role within the FPP Coalition Support Staff team reports directly to the Director, Financial Capability Initiatives.    

Role Duties and Requirements: 

FPP Coalition envisions the Virtual VITA Site Co-Coordinator role to effectively co-lead the Florida Virtual VITA Program/Site initiative, serving all 67 Florida counties and potentially beyond; this leadership capacity will require collaboration with the Director, Financial Capability Initiatives, and 30+ Florida-based VITA Program Leaders.  The role will also provide guidance to a team of Virtual VITA Volunteers leveraging technology to ensure communication and coordination.  The role will also interact directly with Florida taxpayers.    

Desired Skills and Qualifications: 

  • Project management skills, or a willingness to develop them. 

  • Volunteer engagement and leadership, or a willingness to develop them. 

  • e-Mail management and digital calendar management.

  • Zoom digital communication platform management skills, or a willingness to develop them. 

  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) VITA Advanced level Certification and Site Coordinator Certification, or a willingness to attain this Certification. 

  • Access to a strong wifi signal, essential technology (laptop or PC with audio and web camera) and a dedicated home workspace. 

Candidate Contact Information

All interested Candidates for the role of Virtual VITA Site Co-Coordinator must submit a resume and an e-mail stating their interest to FPP Coalition President and CEO, Bill Mills, at Bill@FPPCoalition.org by Sunday, May 15, 2022. 

Virtual and possible live interviews will be conducted confidentially and rapidly.   

FPP deeply values Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belongingness; candidates supporting FPP Coalition serving as a DEIB model and leader in the Financial Capability practice are strongly preferred.  Bilingual/multilingual candidates preferred.     

Job Role Title:

Member Service Representative

Employer:

Unity of Eatonville Federal Credit Union

Location:

Orlando, FL

Job Type:

Full-time

Role Introduction/Description:

  • Unity of Eatonville Federal Credit Union (in Orlando, FL), which is a newly Chartered CU, is seeking an individual to provide excellent service to our members. Previous credit union experience is preferred.
  • As a member service representative working in a small credit union, the MSR has a unique opportunity to gain a working knowledge of the entire credit union. The MSR will be performing a variety of job functions that include, but are not limited to:
  • Assisting members, in person or via telephone, in a courteous and professional manner
  • Preparing loan documents for review
  • Processing daily member transactions in computer system
  • Perform account maintenance and updates as needed
  • Various clerical tasks, including receptionist duties
  • Following all laws, rules and regulations that govern the credit union
  • Complete required training and continuing education
  • Follow all established credit union policies and procedures
  • Teller responsibilities
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Good communication skills
  • Computer skills (MS Word, Excel)
  • Strong written and verbal skills
  • Time management, organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Able to complete tasks with minimal direct supervision

Education:

  • High School Diploma: some secondary education preferred
  • Minimum of one year Member Service experience, previous credit union experience preferred

Location:

Eatonville, FL

To Apply:

Contact Name – George Williams

E-mail Resumes to – guw0630@gmail.com

Phone – 689-710-6027

Expiration Date – 7/1/2022

Job Role Title:

Credit Union Manager

Employer:

Unity of Eatonville Federal Credit Union

Location:

Orlando, FL

Job Type:

Full-time

Role Introduction/Description:

Unity of Eatonville Federal Credit Union (in Orlando, FL), which is a newly Chartered CU, is seeking a manager that will lead the credit union into its inaugural season of successful growth.

This position is seeking a unique candidate that can fulfill a position that requires the Manager to wear many “hats”. This position requires a person to perform but are not limited to:

  • Direct all credit union operations, which include planning and implementing programs, policies, and procedures
  • Manage the day-to-day operation of the credit union and establish office procedures that promote products and services, provide outstanding member service and that achieve the goals of the credit union
  • Develop, recommend, and implement policies and procedures
  • Ensure the credit union is in compliance with the federal laws and regulations set forth by the NCUA as well as all other state and federal regulatory agencies
  • Create and oversee annual budgets
  • Provide strategic direction in all credit union functions to include: accounting, ALM, business development, compliance, finance, human resources, investments, lending, collections, GL, financial reporting, recordkeeping, investments, marketing, excel reports, operations, services, risk management and security
  • Represent the credit union during regulatory audit processes and exams, report findings to the Board of Directors, and implement any corrective action if necessary
  • Provide direction and reports to the Board of Directors
  • Attend Board meetings and annual meetings
  • Attend seminars, conferences, educational opportunities, and meetings in order to stay current in regard to issues affecting credit unions
  • Have an in-depth understanding of the credit union risk management, compliance, and regulatory requirements
  • Minimum of two years’ experience with business lending
  • Perform other assignments, projects and duties as required

Education:

Bachelor’s Degree Preferred.

Additional Desired Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 5 years within the credit union or banking industry with at least three of those years in a senior management position
  • Strong human relation skills
  • Creative and innovative thinker with excellent oral/written communication skills
  • Considerable knowledge of credit union operations through direct experience in a variety of credit union roles
  • Understanding of the credit union risk management, compliance, and regulatory requirements

Location:

Eatonville, FL

To Apply:

Contact Name – George Williams

E-mail Resumes to – guw0630@gmail.com

Phone – 689-710-6027

Expiration Date – 7/1/2022

Job Role Title:

Program Officer

Employer:

Solar Energy Loan Fund (SELF)

Location:

Miami-Dade County, FL

Job Type:

Full-time

Role Introduction/Description:

The non-profit SELF organization is a national award-winning Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a ten-year track record of helping low-and-moderate income (LMI) homeowners with access to low-cost financing for sustainable home renovation projects, including energy efficiency, climate resilience, solar, and more.

The Program Officer position will oversee SELF’s expansion into Miami-Dade County, with close coordination with Miami-Dade County. The County seed grant for this position is for three years, as well as additional opportunities for growth with the organization long-term. The ideal candidate is bilingual, self-motivated and a team player, with a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in the lending industry.

This position will help SELF establish a new satellite program in the County, with the goal of scaling and sustaining the program long-term. The ideal candidate will also have experience with deep outreach to establish brand recognition and drive loan activity in target LMI and BIPOC markets. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are prioritized within the organization and through our work, results and impacts. SELF offers competitive wages, benefits and compensation, as well as a pathway for career development and specialized work at the intersection of finance, equity, and environmental impacts (Climate Equity).

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Work with SELF’s Exec. Team to launch and cultivate new Miami-Dade satellite office
  • Work with Miami-Dade County and other participating local governments non-profits
  • Manage loan origination, closing, and customer relations
  • Assist clients with project management, e.g. product selection, fair pricing
  • Build local contractor network focused on energy efficiency, clean energy, and resilience
  • Experience & Abilities
  • 3-5 years’ experience in lending (banks, credit unions, CDFIs, microlending), with an emphasis on loan origination
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) and ideally Creole too
  • Experience with loan processing and financial software
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and exemplary customer service
  • Experience working with non-profits and low-to-moderate income communities preferred
  • Basic knowledge of home renovations preferred, including AC, roofs, solar, and more
  • Willingness to travel throughout Miami Dade County and South Florida region.

Compensation:

  • Compensation is between $70,000-$80,000, commensurate with experience
  • Health and dental insurance, retirement savings match, paid sick leave and vacation, and performance bonuses

Interested applicants should submit resume and cover letter to Doug Coward, Executive Director, SELF, at dougc@solarenergyloanfund.org.

Job Role Title:

Community Development Loan Officer

Employer:

Florida Community Loan Fund

Location:

Central or South Florida – to be determined

Job Type:

Full-time

Role Introduction/Description:

FCLF is seeking an experienced Community Development Loan Officer to promote FCLF in the Central and South Florida areas. Successful candidates will identify potential projects to benefit primarily not-for-profit enterprises, which would be funded by loans facilitated through FCLF.

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 225 organizations succeed in their projects, providing over 1,030,000 Floridians annually with housing or social services through 420+ lending transactions to projects totaling over $1.35 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 $117 million in total assets, a staff of 19, and an operating budget of $6 million. It has a growing loan portfolio of $88 million and has closed $351 million in New Markets Tax Credit investments. FCLF Strategic Plan emphasizes significant growth and we are adding staff 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 the FCLF.

Requirements:

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 vltorres@torreshrgroup.com 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.

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

Job Role Title:

Loan Portfolio Administrator

Employer:

Florida Community Loan Fund

Location:

Orlando, FL

Job Type:

Full-time

Role Introduction/Description:

FCLF is seeking an experienced Loan Portfolio Administrator to facilitate loan closings, administer draws, and assist in the management of a growing commercial loan portfolio of community development loans originated throughout the state of Florida.

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, Sarasota, Melbourne, and Fort Lauderdale FCLF financing has helped more than 225 organizations succeed in their projects, providing over 1,030,000 Floridians annually with housing or social services through 420+ lending transactions to projects totaling over $1.35 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 $117 million in total assets, a staff of 19, and an operating budget of $6 million. It has a growing loan portfolio of $88 million and has closed $351 million in New Markets Tax Credit investments. FCLF Strategic Plan emphasizes significant growth and we are adding staff to keep pace with this growth.

Responsibilities Include:

  1. Preparing or reviewing drafts of loan commitment letters with the Community Development Loan Officers.
  2. Preparing commercial real estate loan documents (Promissory Note, Mortgage, Loan Agreement, etc.), and ensuring all required due diligence items, including but not limited to, title and survey issues, ESAs, property condition reports and appraisals, are reviewed and satisfactory prior to loan closing and disbursement of funds.
  3. Coordinating loan closings with borrower, title company, attorneys, other lenders, municipalities, etc. Maintaining ongoing communication with FCLF’s attorneys to ensure adequate legal assistance with loan closings, when necessary.
  4. Reviewing borrower and third party information (draw requests, AIA forms, inspection reports and other due diligence items) and recommending advances on construction loans and other line of credit facilities.
  5. Ongoing tracking of construction loan agreement and loan agreement covenants. Identification of borrowers that are not in compliance with loan agreements.
  6. For each loan file, consistently maintain borrower contact information, insurance information, financial statements, UCC-1 financing statements and any other time-sensitive documentation.
  7. Consistently confirm complete and accurate database of borrowers and loans within loan portfolio software.
  8. Responsible for follow-up with delinquent borrowers, or coordination with lender for contact.
  9. Perform periodic site visits to borrower’s project sites to monitor construction and/or the ongoing viability of the project/collateral, as well as for ongoing customer relations.
  10. Close interaction with FCLF Finance Department for reporting, funding, payment, audit issues.
  11. Assist with collection and reporting of data and measurement of social impact of loans made.
  12. Other related duties as assigned including utilizing computer systems to track loan activity, generate reports, assist in loan servicing process including invoices, payments, etc.

Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 3 years of experience administering a commercial real estate loan portfolio.
  2. Minimum 5 years of experience closing commercial loans including ability to create or review legal documentation (notes, mortgages or security agreements, loan agreements, etc.). Proficiency in the review of title insurance commitments/policies, surveys, collateral, lien filings, appraisals, hazard and general liability insurance evidences, environmental reports or other third party information.
  3. An undergraduate degree or equivalent work experience.
  4. Experience in, or knowledge of, affordable housing, community development finance and the nonprofit industry is preferred.
  5. Extraordinary record keeping abilities and attention to detail, and a proven capacity to produce consistently accurate and high quality work.
  6. Knowledge of MS Office Suite with emphasis on Excel experience, including, but not limited to downloading and integrating raw data from other sources and creating reports and other spreadsheets. Experience working with one or more commercial loan portfolio management software programs.

Other Requirements:

Maturity, initiative, flexibility, and ability to work independently and cooperatively with others located across the state are essential qualities, as are strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks under tight time constraints. Some ability to travel and own transportation may be required. The position is part of the organization’s lending team and works closely with the finance department. Candidates must have a commitment to social and economic justice and a strong interest in community development.

Location:

The position is based in Orlando.

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 vltorres@torreshrgroup.com along with a cover letter which specifically outlines your experience in the following:

  • Your experience in COMMERCIAL real estate loan administration; number of years and position(s) held.
  • Experience in closing commercial loans including ability to create or review legal documentation; number of years and positions held.

In the e-mail subject line, please note you are responding to the Portfolio Administrator position.

Resumes 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.

Salary:
$50,478.00 – $75,811.00 Annually

Location:
Palm Bay, FL

Job Type:
Full-time

Department:
Community & Economic Development

Minimum Training and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in planning, public administration, business or a related field from an accredited college or university, and four (4) years of experience in housing and community development required. An Associate degree and eight (8) years of direct experience in housing and community development. Experience must include managing various Federal housing programs, specifically CDBG and HOME grants. Must have general working knowledge of federal regulations: 24 CFR 92 and 24 CFR 24 CFR 570 Subpart K. Experience with the Integrated Disbursement & Information System (IDIS) preferred. Ability to speak and write in Spanish preferred. Must possess a valid Florida’s Driver’s License and have and maintain an acceptable driving record.

For the Complete Job Role Listing and to Apply:
https://www.palmbayflorida.org/government/city-departments-f-to-z/human-resources/join-our-team/employment-opportunities

Role Title: Government Grants Manager

Organization: Habitat for Humanity, Greater Orlando & Osceola County

Compensation: $55,000 per year

Benefits:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Short- & long-term disability 
  • Life insurance 
  • Retirement plan
  • Flexible paid time off
  • Telecommuting options
  • Book and movie clubs
  • Wellness initiatives

Classification: Exempt 

Reports to: Chief Operating Officer 

Summary/Objective:

The Government Grants Manager is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to secure and expand government funding in support of the mission and goals of Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County.

In addition, the Government Grants Manager is responsible for working cross departmentally on a collaborative basis to coordinate and manage all aspects of government funding from research and funder outreach to the completion of grant’s and any associated compliance.

This role is responsible for management of government funding compliance, communication, tracking, and reporting the data needed for ongoing funding with all pertinent departments, external partners, and the Habitat Orlando & Osceola leadership team.

Essential Functions:

  1. Research, identify and maximize funding from governmental sources and ensure organizational compliance. 
  2. Manage and inform appropriate staff of the government funding requirements to ensure successful program implementation for the organization prior to applying and after award. 
  3. Write and submit all local, state, and federal government proposals, craft clear project-specific budgets and innovative cases for support. 
  4. Manage activities to develop proposals; work interdepartmentally to develop timelines, compile information, and prepare and submit proposal packets. 
  5. Work with the Grants team to identify and develop strategies to optimize the grants administration process.
  6. Prepare financial or budget plans and allocations.
  7. Assist with negotiations and finalizations of awards.
  8. Interpret regulations and educate appropriate Habitat staff on required process and procedure to ensure affiliate compliance across departments.
  9. Work with the appropriate team members to develop and implement infrastructure (technology, process, and systems) that supports efficient tracking, data, drawdown of funds and reporting.
  10. Communicating and meeting external and internal deadlines. 
  11. Maintaining current records in Salesforce and other systems including grant tracking and reporting. 
  12. Represent the organization at internal and external meetings related to government grants, as well as prepare and present briefing and reports as necessary.
  13. Prepare external agreements, subcontracts, and memorandums of understanding (MOUs) as necessary.
  14. Support organization-wide metrics tracking to measure and improve efficiency and impact.
  15. Build relationships with government partners to ensure Habitat’s voice is present in affordable housing policy and procedure discussions.
  16. Be aware and knowledgeable of the representatives in the affordable housing industry and closely follow the conversation at the local, state, and federal level to stay in tune with government funding priorities.

Competencies:

  1. Passionate about the Habitat for Humanity mission and purpose 
  2. Excellent writing skills with a history of success in writing public grants that secure awards
  3. Ability to function effectively with a minimum of daily direction and support
  4. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite 
  5. Experience with basic financial management skills including developing and monitoring budgets and financial reporting
  6. Excellent project management skills with experience in managing grant projects
  7. Make decisions and solve problems independently and effectively
  8. Possess thorough, organized, detail-oriented and accurate approach to work
  9. Able to identify, evaluate, problem solve, and give direction regarding problem resolution for individual and department-wide issues independently and effectively
  10. Multi-tasker with strong ability to work under pressure
  11. Ability to lead interdepartmental collaboration
  12. Ability to comprehend complex grant requirements and government regulations
  13. Strategic thinking with ability to execute a plan
  14. Proficient public speaking skills
  15. Experience with manipulating data and a deep understanding of Excel software
  16. Able to thrive in a collaborative and distributed work environment

Supervisory Responsibility:

This position has no supervisory responsibility. 

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 and fax machines. This position may require working in various weather conditions.

Physical Demands:

This position requires extended periods of sitting and standing. 

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:

This is a full-time position, and office operation hours and days are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Travel:

Travel is primarily local during the business hours and mileage is reimbursed.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in English Nonprofit Management, Business Management, or related field
  • 4 years of relevant experience including proven experience securing and complying with government grants contracts
  • Must exhibit strong fiscal responsibility requires credit check
  • Must obtain Anti-Money Laundering certificate within first 90 days: training provided by Habitat

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Experience with Microsoft Teams, Zoom, or other online meeting software
  • Knowledge of databases management, Salesforce preferred
  • Knowledge of data entry, reports and queries
  • Experience with HUD compliance
  • Experience with affordable housing organizations
  • Experience in public policy, public affairs, government relations, or project management
  • 1-3 years of experience administering government grants for nonprofit organizations

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 resume and cover letter to employment@habitatorlandoosceola.org

All resumes will be reviewed upon receipt.

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 https://Spondulics.org. 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
Bill@FPPCoalition.org
(321) 209-4FPP (4377)