The Florida Justice Association (FJA) is dedicated to strengthening and upholding Florida’s civil justice system and protecting the constitutional rights of Florida’s citizens and consumers.
The FJA works in the legislative, political, educational, and public arenas to ensure that Floridians know and understand the importance of their civil justice rights and to make certain that these rights, which are at the very core of what it means to be American, are safeguarded and protected.
This position is a hybrid of fundraising and administrative responsibilities
1. This Fund Development Coordinator (FDC) serves as an ambassador representing the organization. The FDC is primarily responsible for outreach, development, and achieving fundraising goals including organizational and political fundraising, throughout the northwest Florida region.
The FDC should be an outgoing and motivated self-starter with the ability to meet deadlines and achieve budget goals. The FDC will primarily set their own schedule. When not in the Tallahassee office, the FDC will be meeting with leaders, members, and prospective members throughout the northwest Florida region. Frequent travel is required to facilitate member meetings, attendance at legislative events, member appreciation receptions, happy hours, and more to keep members engaged in EAGLE fundraising and PAC initiatives.
2. The administrative role is responsible for assisting the Director with the coordination and administrative duties related to the EAGLE/PAC fundraising team. This including setting in-person and virtual meetings for fund development department meetings, logistical and event support, providing database/Microsoft Excel reports, and requires serving as a communications liaison between EAGLE and the FJA members, leadership, and departmental staff.
Ability to prioritize and organize multiple projects, exercise discretion and independent judgment and meet deadlines.
Exceptional written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills and the ability to initiate and manage projects independently and on schedule.
Budgeting and projection management skills.
Fundraising experience and ability.
Ability to work without direct supervision.
Extensive travel required.
Ability to skillfully use Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
The Florida Justice Association (FJA) is dedicated to strengthening and upholding Florida’s civil justice system and protecting the rights of Florida’s citizens and consumers.
The FJA is the state’s largest trial lawyer association, and together with our almost 3000 members we work in the legislative, political and public arenas to ensure that Floridians know and understand the importance of their rights to justice and to make certain that these rights, which are at the very core of what it means to be American, are safeguarded and protected.
We passionately believe that all Floridians benefit when deserving individuals have a fair chance to seek justice in our state’s courts and that Florida’s consumers are made safer when large corporations and industries are held to a high ethical standard and accept fair responsibility for their actions.