AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION South Florida Chapter ANNUAL AWARDS RECEPTION THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 2017, 6PM -9PM Purchase Tickets Here: Cost Members $35.00 USDNon-members $50.00 USDTable Sponsors $500.00 USD Enter name of all guests:
Advertise – Congratulate – Feature in our Annual Awards Ceremony Program! Dear ASPA South Florida Supporters: We hope you will be joining us for this year’s Annual Awards Ceremony on Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 6-9pm at Jungle Island in Miam...
Our last website re-design was in 2009, that’s six years ago! It was about time, as most of our members would agree. Our old look was pretty cutting edge when it was launched and this new version will not disappoint. You asked for it and we provide...
The American Society for Public Administration is the professional home for more than 9,000 PA practitioners, academics and students with its South Florida Chapter consisting of 171+ members strong and growing. The Chapter embraces the society's original concept in finding ways of assisting its members to work better in their profession under the auspices of the national founder. The South Florida Chapter was chartered in 1959 and has been going strong since.
Throughout this website you will find a curated collection of videos from across the country and across time. These speak to what it means to be a Public Administrator and why it is important to be connected to your American Society for Public Administration and local chapters. Lessons of the past ring true today, where there is government, there are Public Administrators. Achieving excellence in the service we provide as professionals is our daily goal, for the good of our communities.
Rutgers SPAA Archival Video: Careers in Government and Public Administration
Together we can continue to set new standards of excellence in
the field of Public Administration and Public Policy.
December 15, 2017, 5:30pm - December 15, 2017, 7:30pm
Join the South Florida Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) for our 2017 holiday party hosted at the beautiful home of Dr. Allan and Judy Rosenbaum in Coral Gables.
Lotus House is hiring: Non-profit Bookkeeper/Grant Manager: Lotus House Women's Shelter is seeking an experienced bookkeeper to assist with bookkeeping and financial and contract reporting and compliance to funding and regulating agencies. Responsibilities include without limitation, generating and interpreting financial reports, billing, payroll, classing of revenue and expenses, reporting of line items to QuickBooks management and compiling and completing reports to various funding and government agencies. Candidate should have 5+ years bookkeeping/financial reporting experience or an Associate's degree in accounting or business administration, or equivalent experience, as well as knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles. Experience in QuickBooks software HIGHLY preferred. Qualifications: Minimum 5 years previous experience in accounting, bookkeeping, finance, or other related fields High degree of accuracy and attention to detail Solid understanding of basic bookkeeping and accounting payable/receivable principles, including but not limited to basic GAAP Skilled QuickBooks User, including reports and analysis Excellent organizational skills Problem Solving Ability Understanding of nonprofit financials preferred Email cover letter with salary expectations and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for a special Transportation Luncheon on November 15th from 12-1:30pm at Casa Juancho Restaurant.
Guest speaker: Aileen Bouclé, Executive Director - Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organi...