Thursday, May 13, 2010

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - May 13, 2010

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - May 13, 2010

Executive Director - Senior Services, Midland County Council on Aging, is an outstanding organization dedicated to serving the needs of senior citizens in Midland, Michigan. Agency consists of six locations in Midland County with an annual operating budget in excess of $4.0 million. Due to retirement, an excellent opportunity exists for an exceptional leader in the human services field. The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a human service or business field with a Master’s degree preferred. Candidates must demonstrate ten or more years of proven leadership experience in a human services position with increasing responsibility that includes program development, budgetary oversight, and community involvement. Experience in the field of aging is a plus. Excellent compensation and benefit package. Respond to with letter, resume, and salary history and requirements by May 24, 2010. Information about services and programs can be found at our website:

Associate State Director-Communications - AARP – Michigan State Office - Lansing, MI. Working to build a significant presence for AARP in Michigan, you will develop and implement well-coordinated communications strategies integrating efforts with advocacy and community outreach initiatives to inform and move volunteers, members, government, and elected officials, and general public to action. A primary focus will be to cultivate media relations, develop and implement messages for campaigns, and support volunteer and staff spokespersons. Other communications functions include the development of news releases, media advisories, event management, press conferences, speeches, testimony, Web and newsletter content. Ability to multi-task and work collegially in a team is a must. Bachelors degree + 5 years related communications experience. Qualified candidates are invited to apply on-line at Position listed under "All Available Positions". We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that values workplace diversity.

Section 8 Program Manager - The Ann Arbor Housing Commission seeks to provide desirable housing and related supportive services for low-income individuals and families on a transitional and/or permanent basis. The manager is responsible for organizing and directing the activities involved in all aspects of the Section 8 Program. Responsible for providing operational leadership to the Section 8 program staff, covering screening, lease-up and occupancy functions in compliance with federal regulations. The Program Manager is responsible for assessing program quality and implementing improvements to improve accuracy, compliance and efficiency. See full job description on the “City Employment” page under “Working In” at

CEO - Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore, Grand Rapids. Exceptional opportunity for accomplished executive to lead the Council to meet the needs of 17,000+ girls in 30 counties in Western and Northern Michigan. Collaborating with the Board, the CEO will direct senior management and staff of 45, with $3.6-MM budget and multiple properties. Minimum 5 years’ proven executive experience and outstanding communications skills required. Experience in fundraising, planning, community relations and board governance essential. Prior exposure to volunteer-driven nonprofit organizations is desired. Advanced education/training preferred. See for details. Base compensation $90k+. For consideration, email: or fax to 800-451-1451 EOE

Director of Fund Development - Henry Ford Village is seeking a Director of Fund Development with 7 – 10 years of development experience with all facets of fund raising program including serving as the primary staff leader for the creation of strategic fund development initiatives, strengthening of the ongoing planned giving programming, annual giving programs, corporate and foundation relations, donor stewardship and recognition programming, gift processing and donor research functions, and public relations related to development. Experience with comprehensive capital or endowment campaigns preferred. Must have strong leadership skills and be highly motivated to set and achieve measurable goals. To apply, please visit our career site at and enter 20685 in the Job Opening ID search field.

Job Opening - The primary function of the position is to manage the overall operations, funding and growth of the Center for Financial Health, currently located in Lansing. The Center for Financial Health is a non-profit comprehensive housing counseling agency providing financial education and one-on-one counseling for pre-purchase, foreclosure prevention, and money management in order to help working families and individuals build assets through home ownership. Salary Range is 40,000-50,000. Please send your resume to

Executive Director -The Center for Financial Health is a nonprofit comprehensive housing counseling agency in Lansing seeking an Executive Director to manage overall operations, funding and growth. See full job description and contact instructions on the "about us" page at

Grant Administrator - The Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition needs an organized, detail-oriented person with strong computer, communication and accounting skills who can work independently. Familiarity with coalitions and substance abuse prevention is desired. Grant administration or bookkeeping experience is required. Position is contract, year round, 15 hours a month, $12/hour. Send resume, cover letter and writing sample of donor thank you letter to: Carol Mastroianni, executive director at: or 1525 Covington Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301.

Chief Development Officer - Lighthouse of Oakland County, a non profit human services agency in Pontiac, MI is seeking an experienced leader to oversee all aspects of a comprehensive resource development program for the agency and its three subsidiaries. The position requires eight years of progressively responsible development experience, a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, and significant experience in major gift and planned giving fundraising. Must have experience managing staff and volunteers and be familiar with Raiser's Edge. Contact Connie Williams at for a complete position description.

Director of Finance/IT - at Crossroads for Youth, a private, non-profit youth services facility in Oxford, MI. Campus includes 320 rural acres, five residential programs and several non-residential programs, budget of over 4 million. Oversees all financial statements, prepares all budgets, manages cash flow, manages contract provisions, coordinates all insurances and manages the IT functions on campus (thin client system). Full time with benefits, $45,000 annually commensurate with education/experience, Master’s Degree and non-profit finance and accounting experience preferred. Non-Smoking campus, EOE. Email resume and cover letter to:


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