Friday, October 30, 2015

Vocational Rehabilitation Technician

7550 Davie Road Extension, Hollywood, FL 33024
Joseph Mahoney, Area Supervisor, (954) 747-7900

Minimum Qualifications for Vocational Rehabilitation Technician:  A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science, education, or related field. Experience in a counseling, job placement, job coaching or a public vocational rehabilitation program can substitute on a year-for-year basis for the required college education.

Employees desiring to be considered for the position referenced above must submit an online State of Florida Employment Application in People First at on or before the posted closing date of this requisition.  In the event you have any questions related to this vacancy please contact me or the Vocational Rehabilitation Area Supervisor referenced above.  Please additionally feel free to share this job opportunity with divisional colleagues interested in professional advancement as well as persons outside our organization desirous to join our VR team!

Family Educator

Mentor Coordinator position

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Clinical Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor/Psychologist, Employment | NASW

Position is under the direct supervision of the Executive Clinician/President. Basic responsibilities is to provide individual/group/family therapy. Use current methods and theory to the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of psychosocial dysfunction, impairment, or disability, including mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders for families, individuals, and groups. Position has the feel and flexibility of private practice without the business management.

To learn more:
Clinical Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor/Psychologist, Employment | NASW

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor

Vocational Rehab. Technician
902 Clint Moore Road     Suite 118                          Boca Raton, FL 33487
Shanqua Sims-Brown, Unit Supervisor                                  561-544-4657
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor
5264 Summerlin Commons Way, Suite 404                  Fort Myers, FL 3307
Lindsay Green, Unit Supervisor                    239-278-7150

Minimum Qualifications for VR Technician:  A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science, education, or related field. Four years of professional experience in rehabilitation counseling with the physically, emotionally, or mentally disabled or visually impaired, job coaching, job placement or job development or in a Vocational Rehabilitation Program can substitute for the college degree.

Minimum Qualifications for VR Counselor:  A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science or education, or related field, and one year of professional experience in counseling or in a public vocational rehabilitation program.  A master's degree from an accredited college or university in a social, behavioral or rehabilitative science or education can substitute for the required experience.

Employees desiring to be considered for the position referenced above must submit an online State of Florida Employment Application in People First at

Friday, October 16, 2015

International Community School of Addis Ababa – Ethiopia - Africa

International Community School of Addis Ababa – Ethiopia - Africa
Grade 11-12/College Counselor

Job Status:


School Overview
The International Community School of Addis Ababa (ICS Addis) was established in 1964 to serve the expatriate and local communities of Addis. We currently educate 860 students from 60+ countries. Our students come from a wide variety of educational backgrounds and most speak English as a second or third language. Our school offers a comprehensive academic program in English. The IB Learner Profile guides planning and assessment throughout the school. We use technology as a tool for teaching and learning at all grade levels.
In addition to a challenging, broad and supportive academic program, our school offers an extensive array of extracurricular and sports activities at all grade levels. Teachers are expected to work collaboratively with colleagues each week around student work, or assessments unit planning, curriculum development and professional growth. Teachers chaperone “Week Without Walls” trips within Ethiopia for grades 4–12. Teachers and teaching assistants also provide one hour per week of student contact time outside of class—in coaching, clubs and activities, or in enrichment or tutoring support. Almost all of our students are involved in school activities and sports beyond the academic day.

High School Program
The high school offers a comprehensive educational program to almost 200 students, consisting of the following options: the ICS diploma, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, a modified ICS diploma program and a non-diploma high school transitions program for students with special needs. Visual and performing arts complement our courses in mathematics, sciences, languages, literature, humanities and physical education/health. Most of our graduates pursue the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Most of our students continue in higher education after graduating from ICS, attending top-ranked and selective colleges and universities around the world. Teachers serve as advisors, working with groups of grade 9-12 students. Friday assemblies develop a sense of community within the larger school and serve to celebrate student initiatives and successes. Beyond academics, students participate in a full range of after school sports, clubs, community service and other activities, allowing a wide variety of opportunities for team camaraderie, exploration, service and leadership. The high school offers a unique internship program to all grade 11 students and Week Without Walls programs in all grades.
The high school follows an eight-day rotating block schedule, with four 85-minute periods per day. A full time teaching load is five blocks every two days, plus grade-level advisory time. Regular communication with parents is encouraged and expected. ICS teachers participate actively in extracurricular activities and engagement with students beyond the regular school day is expected. Beyond student contact time, teachers are also involved with curriculum development and assisting the school in accomplishing its strategic objectives.

Position Description: Grade 11-12/College Counselor
ICS Addis is recruiting a dedicated and experienced high school and university counselor to join our high school’s Student Support Team. The candidate we seek will bring several years of successful college counseling and school counseling experience in a similar international school, an enthusiastic approach to teamwork and collaboration, superior interpersonal and communication skills and a commitment and desire to provide the best experience possible for students and families. Experience with IB Diploma Program and with both North American and UK/European university placement  is preferred.
Reporting to the HS Principal, the counselor will provide support to students and teachers to ensure and improve student learning and to develop student plans to meet future goals. The Counselor is especially focused on supporting the long terms plans for students in the area of college and career planning. Responsibilities include the following:
  • Make normal admissions decisions and collaborate with others when a team decision is required.
  • Provide support, counseling and ongoing guidance to students in grades 11 – 12 and/or their parents to support social, emotional and academic development.
  • Assist the principal with building the middle/high school schedule, and schedule students in grades 9 – 12.
  • Develop strong relationships with colleges and universities to assist with the acceptance and transition of ICS Addis students into post-secondary education.
  • Facilitate college and career information sessions, visits and individual student/parent counseling.
  • Develop and lead an effective Grade 11 and 12 Advisory Program.
  • Lead and facilitate bi-weekly meetings to review student concerns and to plan Advisories.
  • Guide students’ application processes for colleges in North America, the UK and other national systems, using UCAS, Naviance and/or other tools.
  • Coordinate and supervise college entrance and other testing (MAP, PSAT, SAT, ACT, etc.) and provide information about TOEFL, IELTS and other relevant testing.
  • Travel as required to conferences to support the school’s links with university admissions officers, such as AISA or CIS in October/November and OACAC in the summer.
  • Participate in an annual merit-based scholarship selection team in selecting four local students to join the ICS high school, and provide guidance to our scholarship students as they transition to our school and as they apply for full scholarships to selective US universities.
  • Model and communicate the ICS Learner Profile and high personal and professional expectations, and show an active interest in students’ academic and social/emotional progress.
  • Lead or assist with the school’s efforts to address student concerns (e.g., transitions, excessive absences, at-risk behavior, mental/physical health, family/peer relationships, etc.).
  • Observe and assess students to support learning, and liaise with Student Support Team members, teachers and parents to support the delivery of special learning programs for students.
  • Establish or support appropriate proactive awareness programs for issues such as bullying, substance awareness and leadership/character development. Develop and participate in parent awareness programs for relevant issues.
  • As with all members of our staff, professional development, strategic objectives and accreditation teams.
  • Leadership and involvement in extra-curricular activities and engagement with students beyond the regular school day is expected.
"All candidates should apply through our website at"

Charmaine Gunther
Middle School Counselor
Int'l Community School of Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

4th Annual Military Appreciation Day For All Veterans


Description of Duties:
Coordinate accounting function of agency including processing payroll, sales, accounts
payable, accounts receivable
Prepare financial statements and reports for the Executive Director, the Board of
Directors and agency funders
Inventory and order office supplies/equipment
Represent the agency in a positive, professional manner
Maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that
supports clients, staff, and the general public
Other duties as assigned

AA degree or above preferred 5 or more years business or accounting experience
Five years or more office experience required
Organizational skills and attention to detail
Knowledge of commonly-used business and accounting concepts, practices, and
Proficiency in financial recordkeeping with QuickBooks for Non-Profits
Proficient computer skills, QuickBooks and all Microsoft Office programs, data entry
Ability to work with people who have a variety of communication needs
Supervisor: The Finance Assistant will report to the Executive Director.

Send resume to:
Dianna Druding
Executive Director

Women's Health Forum

Job Title: Program and Data Entry Assistant

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Using Microsoft Word Styles

This tutorial demonstrates how to use Microsoft Word Styles which has at least four different advantages including:

1. Very quickly modify the look of your headings throughout the entire document.
2. Auto generate a table of contents at anytime in the document development;
3. Use hyperlinks to navigate your document; and
4. See a snapshot of your document while you are writing.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Webinar: Importance of Legislative and Grassroots Lobbying and the Current State of the LMHC Scope of Practic

PLEASE NOTE: CEUs will be made available only to those who request CEUs in the post-webinar evaluation form. Although attendance of this webinar is free, a nominal fee of $10 for FMHCA members and $30 for non-members will be assessed for those who require CEUs in order to compensate for administrative expenses. If you are not a member, you may join at 

Silvernail Consultant Services

FMHCA October Webinar: Importance of Legislative and Grassroots Lobbying and the Current State of the LMHC Scope of Practice

Date: Friday, 10/23/15, 2:00-4:00 pm 

Presenter: Corinne Mixon, DPL 

Description: The Florida Legislature is made up of individuals that come from varied professional backgrounds. For instance, it would not be uncommon for a legislator to oversee an orange grove one year and then be chairing the House Committee on Health Quality a year later. If these legislators are not educated on the LMHC profession, the scope of practice may be threatened. Legislative and grassroots lobbying seek to provide this education to Florida's elected officials. Corinne will explain what lobbying is, why it is important and how LMHCs can become their own lobbyists. Additionally, Corinne will discuss the current state of the LMHC practice, currently filed bills that will affect LMHCs and how mental health counselors can work with their State Representatives and Senators to enhance their legislative platform. 

CE Broker Tracking #: 20-475027 

Learning Objectives: As a result of the course, attendees will understand: 
(1) Legislative lobbying and Grassroots lobbying 
(2) The timeline of the legislative process 
(3) Elections 
(4) Key bills for FMHCA 
(5) How the practice of LMHCs relates to the practice of psychology, clinical social work and marriage and family therapy and how these professions are perceived to state officials 

About the Presenter: Corinne graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in public relations. It was during this time that Corinne recognized her deep interest in statewide and federal legislation. She became determined to become a citizen of the State of Alabama, so that she qualified to intern for U.S. Congressman Richard Shelby, Chairman of Banking and Insurance. After concluding her internship, Corinne began her professional career as a Public Relations Account Manager for the Zimmerman Agency, the then-largest hospitality centered communications group in the nation and the largest advertising corporation in Florida. Corinne joined the Mixon and Associates lobbying because of her skills in client-centered communication and administrative policy. Corinne is now Principal at Mixon and Associates where she lobbies for an array of clients ranging from fortune 500 companies and large statewide associations to tech-based-startups and public school districts. However, Corinne specializes in lobbying for statewide health care associations including: the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association, the Independent Funeral Directors of Florida (IFDF), the Florida Veterinary Medical Association, the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants and the Florida State Oriental Medical Association. Corinne also served as the Executive Director of IFDF where she expanded her expertise into association management. Corinne also focuses on political campaigning, including managing the campaign for Senate for past Speaker Pro Tempore, Rep. Dennis Baxley and working in various other House and Senate races. Corinne manages a multitude of political action committees (PACs) on behalf of Mixon and Associates' clients. As the PAC manager, she oversees the delivery of approximately $160-thousand dollars worth of campaign contributions per election cycle. Corinne hand-delivers many of these contributions directly to the candidates; thus, providing a benefit to clients with-and-without their own political action committees.

If you have questions about this event, please contact FMHCA at

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Job Title: Homeless Services Coordinator

Please address all inquiries and resumes to by 
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 by 5pm.  
Job Title: Homeless Services Coordinator  
Responsible To: Director, Social Services and Education  
Position Type: Full time, non-exempt  
Basic Description: Conduct intake and assessment and provide services to customers and clients,  
which may include ongoing assessment of program eligibility, monitoring of files, data collection,  
measuring and determination of successful completion or termination of services, and information and  referral. This position is based at the Fort Myers Campus but may include periodic outreach and out-posting at Community Cooperative locations throughout Lee County.  
Job Functions:  

          Provide needs assessment to those seeking services and assistance.   
         Contact and build rapport with individuals in need.   
         Assist individuals in meeting basic life needs.   
          Provide referral and follow up services to individuals.   
          Identify barriers to implementation of services and recommend solutions.   
          Partner with community and government agencies and participate in programs to provide  
          adequate services for individuals in need.   
         Work cooperatively and constructively with internal staff.  
         Assist in Food Stamp, Medicaid, or Housing applications.   
          Plan and participate in community relations activities.    
         Serve as a liaison between homeless customers and the Department of Social Services and  
           Education and other partner agencies.   
         Complete needs assessment of customers  
          Participates in Annual Homeless Coalition Point in Time Survey  
         Assist in the collection and distribution of items for the homeless (hygiene kits, blankets, etc.)   
Education, Training and Experience:  
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  An Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field is preferred. At least one year of  experience working in the field is recommended. 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.  
                     •    Ability to refer services from in-house resources and community resources  
                     •    Develop and maintain effective inter-agency working relationships  
                     •    Maintain knowledge of community programs and organizations  
                     •    Knowledge of underlying social and economic problems  
                     •    Manage and assist in the coordination of volunteers.  
                     •    Possession of a valid Florida driver's license with an acceptable driving record and  
                          dependable transportation is required.  
                     •    This position requires a level 2  fingerprinting and pre-employment background  


Wednesday, October 7, 2015

School Counselor: Hialeah, FL

Guidance Counselor

Title: Guidance Counselor 
Job Type: Full-time
Location: Hialeah, FL

Position Area: Pupil Services
Salary: 40500.00 - 55000.00
To provide support services to students, staff, and parents. Support services include guidance, referrals, counseling, assessment, diagnostics, and report writing.
This position is part of the school Leadership Team as one of the three administrators.

Read more here

Federal Bureau of Prisons Seeks Substance Abuse, Mental Health Counselor

Federal Bureau of Prisons Seeks Substance Abuse, Mental Health Counselor - EI
Must be Able to Provide Community-Based Outpatient Services in Anchorage

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - October 06, 2015) - The Federal Bureau of Prisons, CTS Contracting Office, Washington, D.C. is seeking quotes from sources that can provide community-based outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment services within a 10-mile radius of 161 East 1st Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501, and shall be accessible to local public transportation.

Performance periods under this contract will be for a one-year base period estimated to begin on December 1, 2015 with four, one-year option periods, with service ending (if all options years are renewed) on November 30, 2020.

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October is Florida College Application Month

Press Contact:
Ashley J. Martinez, (813) 974-8606

October is Florida College Application Month

Statewide Initiative Helps Students Apply to College

Tampa, FL—This month, over forty schools and organizations from eleven school districts across the state of Florida have made the commitment to help students navigate the college application process.

Florida College Application Month is part of the American College Application Campaign (ACAC), a national initiative aimed at increasing the number of students pursing a postsecondary degree or other high-quality credential.  Schools dedicate time and space during the normal school day for graduating seniors to fill out at least one college application with the support of trained volunteers from the school and community. Schools and communities can designate any week in the fall for their event, but many events occur during the month of October to coincide with the application deadlines for some state universities.

While the initiative is primarily geared toward graduating seniors, schools and communities also take advantage of this opportunity to build a college-going culture for all students through activities and awareness-building that inspire younger students to aspire to continue their educations beyond high school.

The 2015-16 academic year is the first year that Florida College Access Network (Florida CAN) is serving as the statewide coordinator of the program.

“Students who are the first in their families to go to college often don’t understand the application process or know of the resources available to them,” said Laurie Meggesin, Executive Director of the Florida College Access Network.  “Florida College Application Month helps students overcome this obstacle with the support of caring and knowledgeable adults.  We are grateful that so many schools and communities are supporting their students during this initiative’s inaugural year.”

To help communities decide how to plan and hold a College Application Week event, Florida CAN has released the Florida College Application Week Toolkit, a “how-to” guide for educators, counselors and community members interested in hosting a College Application Week event.  It is free and available to the public.

After the program’s pilot year, Florida CAN will expand College Application Week to include all interested schools and organizations throughout Florida for the 2016-17 school year.  Schools and organizations that would like to bring Florida College Application Week to their community next fall are invited to complete this form.          

To see what schools and communities are doing for College Application Week throughout the state and nation, search the hashtags #ApplyYourselfFL, #CollegeAppWeek and #IApplied on social media.
About Florida College Access Network
The mission of the Florida College Access Network is to create and strengthen a statewide network that catalyzes and supports communities to improve college & career preparation, access, and completion for all students. Our Big Goal is to increase the percentage of Florida residents who hold a high-quality postsecondary degree or credential to 60% by the year 2025. For more information, visit

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

2016 ACA Graduate Student Essay Competitions: Win $1,000 and MORE!

The ACA and American Counseling Association Foundation (ACAF) Graduate Student Essay Competitions are now open. Two grand prize essayists will receive $1,000, a complimentary 2016 Conference & Expo registration, a $250 ACA eGift Certificate, and publication in Counseling Today. This year the essay theme addresses the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies (MSJCC). The deadline for essay submission is December 11, 2015 at 11:59pm EST. Learn more at 

Sunday, October 4, 2015

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Association for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC) Conference

Our conference theme is “Empowering Through Unity” and will take place Friday, September 16 to Saturday, September 17, 2016 in beautiful San Antonio, TX.

We have a stunning venue at the Hotel Contessa, which offers a number of amenities (including immediate access to a host of outdoor activities) when not engaging in scholarship and leadership.

For information on hotel reservations, please click the following link:

More information, including conference RFP, will be forthcoming.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Instructional Support Coordinator, Req. #2475

Working TitleInstructional Support Coordinator, Req. #2475  
Requisition Number2475  
Department270200 - Center for Academic Achievement  
Advertised Salary Range$33,000 to negotiable  
Class Code9241  
Job TypeRegular  
Job ClassificationAdministrative & Professional  
LocationFort Myers, FL - Main Campus  
Job Close Date10-18-2015
Minimum QualificationsBachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Education, Counseling, Advising, or related field. Two (2) years of appropriate experience in student development and training, counseling, advising, academic retention, or related field. Experience operating a personal computer and proficient in Microsoft office (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook).  
Preferred QualificationsMaster's degree from an accredited institution in Education, Higher Education, Counseling, Advising, or closely related field and two years of experience working with students within a Higher Education Institution. Experience in student academic advising, a college/university learning center, and/or counseling. Experience in designing academic support programs addressing special characteristics, interests, and backgrounds. Experience working with undergraduate and diverse students. Experience training and supervising student leaders. Experience collecting and researching data for assessment. Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Banner. Experience utilizing AccuTrack.  
Special Instructions to ApplicantsBecause applications and materials are subject to public review and retention under Florida's Public Records Law, please DO NOT send examples of your project/scholarship unless requested to do so. Therefore all submitted materials including articles, disks, slides, books, etc., become the property of FGCU and CANNOT BE RETURNED. As applicable, finalists will be notified of the need to submit specific additional materials. Such materials will become the property of FGCU.

For faculty vacancies, it is expected that a copy of the transcript of the applicant's highest degree in the field of instruction will be scanned and attached in SOAR as part of the application package.

Under Florida's Public Records law, applications will be available for public review upon request and become property of FGCU.  
Other Information: 
Required Licenses/Certifications and Other Specific Requirements of Law:Police background check & fingerprinting
Adhere to FERPA Requirements (Buckley Amendment)  
General Summary Statement:Coordinates the Instructional Support Tutoring Lab; analyzes and synthesizes data; and provides Student Workshops.  
Other Licenses & Certifications: 
Quicklink to  
A&P/Faculty Job Responsibilities
7 Records
Function Type:Job Duty:Order of Importance
Coordinates instructional support services, to include the Instructional Support Tutoring Lab, which provides drop-in tutoring services for FGCU students.
Recruits, interviews, selects, trains, and supervises student instructional support leaders, student workers, volunteers, and OPS staff. Develops and organizes instructional support leader schedule. Keeps accurate records of contact information for instructional support leader staff.
Works collaboratively with faculty and staff to ensure program effectiveness and communicates program needs, changes, and services provided. Establishes a marketing and outreach plan to advertise services and programs.
Manages data collection, evaluation, and analysis for reporting and program assessments. Tracks and collects data of Instructional Support services and other CAA programs that address the unique needs of the CAA student population in order to support academic success and retention, and enhance academic development.
Collaborates with Academic Retention Program staff to provide Student Success Workshops that address the unique needs of Center for Academic Achievement (CAA) student population to support student academic success, academic retention, and enhance academic development.
Updates and maintains CAA policies and procedures, as well as day-to-day operations and management.

Works with administrators, faculty, staff, and students to assist in the development and the implementation of programs. Promotes the importance of student academic success.
Serves as a collaborative member of the CAA and Undergraduate Studies department. Contributes as an active proponent of a team approach. Promotes the CAA throughout the University community. Other duties as assigned.
Support Personnel Job Responsibilities
1 Record
% of TimeJob Duty
Additional Posting Details
Working Hours:

a. Identify daily hours and days of the week, example: 8 - 5 Monday - Friday.
b. Total Hours worked - 40
c. Any variation in workweek such as on-call status or rotation

If the person does not work the normal 8-5 schedule in this position, please select the correct shift hours.
Other Shift Hours: 
Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesExcellent supervisory and organizational skills. Knowledge of or ability to learn student information systems (Banner) and FERPA Regulations for handling student records. Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Excellent time management, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to create and maintain spreadsheets, documents, and databases using MS Office Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Access. Ability to effectively work with a diverse student population. Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with staff, faculty, and students. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Knowledge and ability to supervise, hire, train, manage, and schedule full/part time temporary staff.  
Physical, Mental, and Environmental Characteristics of the Position:Repetitive Wrist Motion
Navigate across campus
Lifting up to approximately _____ lbs. (Identify below)
Other (specify below)
Sit for extended periods of time
Work nights and weekends
Workplace Safety Statement (Specified Below)  
Other Characteristics of Position:20 lbs.

Identifies hazards associated with the tasks assigned to employees (if applicable) and initiates actions to eliminate or manage these hazards.

Understands and applies non-routine verbal and/or written instructions.
Organize and prioritize individual work schedule to manage multiple tasks and projects.
Makes decisions that have an impact on the immediate work unit's operations and/ or services.
Communicate for the purpose of explaining, interpreting, and/or negotiating.

Requires frequent:
Making Group Presentations
Learning and knowledge retention
Use of computers and office equipment
Need for emotional & behavioral self-regulation
Interaction with others  
Statement of Responsibility for Confidential DataAll rules and regulations concerning the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) must be followed regarding the handling of all confidential information such as student records, grievance issues, and personnel matters.  
Required DocumentsResume
Cover Letter
List of 5 References (Name, Address, Phone #)  
Optional Documents 
NoteEligibility determination will be made by the Florida Gulf Coast University Human Resources Office. Federal law requires that we hire only U.S. Citizens and lawfully authorized aliens. Males between the ages of 18 and 26 are required to provide proof of Selective Service Registration prior to employment.

Persons with disabilities needing reasonable accommodations to participate in the application/selection process must notify the Office of Adaptive Services at (239) 590-7956, or via Florida Relay 711 for TTY/TDD/VCO, a minimum of five (5) working days in advance.

Official transcripts for Faculty positions for candidates who receive an offer of employment, shall be ordered from the institution granting the highest degree. The transcript is to be mailed directly to FGCU by the institution granting the degree and received by Office of the Provost, 10501 FGCU Blvd. S., Ft. Myers, FL 33965-6565 no later than the employment start date.  
Application Types AcceptedFaculty/Administrative & Professional Profile  
How to Apply:Visit and apply to the position.