Do you have a passion for serving the community? FICS is always looking for motivated individuals to join our team! The postings below reflect our current openings. Please review the job description and fill out the application completely! Do not forget to include your resume! If you have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Please do not send your application via email, all applications must go through our website. We look forward to meeting with you!
A member of our team personally reviews every application. Be sure to check your email frequently as we send status updates throughout the application process.
Alayne is a co-founder of FICS, which grew out of a series of initiatives with community leaders, students, professors and activists from across the state. She is passionate about FICS’ motto: CARE. It stands for Community, Activism, Research and Education. These four pillars emerged from community participatory research and reflect our belief that communities know their strengths and needs best. We work to develop community voices to advocate for solutions that create the conditions for success. Dr. Unterberger possesses a PhD in Medical Anthropology from the University of Florida and currently serves as a Adjunct Professor of Public health at the University of South Florida.
Scott has been with FICS since 2019 where he began as FICS’ webmaster. Scott lead the creation of the current FICS website and worked on the modernization of FICS’ online presence. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he led the development of virtual FICS through Zoom and other virtual tools. Today, Scott continues to volunteer with FICS serving as IT Manager. Scott possesses an Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Polk State College and is currently finishing his Bachelors of Healthcare Administration.
Education: Bachelor of Arts, Human Resource Management, Saint Leo University
Awards and Honors:
FICS serves as a facilitator in assisting community by working across partners and groups in a way that allows youth, parents, researchers, community members, educators and professionals to interact, exchange information and knowledge to create solutions..
Carlton Lewis, Chair
Dr. Georgina Rivera-Singletary PhD