Thursday, June 24, 2010

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - June 24, 2010

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - June 24, 2010

Annual and Alumni Giving/Special Projects Officer - The Detroit Public Schools Foundation seeks an experienced development professional with a proven track record to oversee annual and alumni giving, including conducting an annual campaign and developing an alumni database, and to work on special fundraising projects. Please email cover letter and resume to

Director of Finance & Administration - Looking for a mission-hearted leader of finance and administration who has a passion for serving others! Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County, MI is seeking a full-time Director of Finance & Administration. Our ideal candidate must have a degree in accounting/finance and at least 5 years accounting experience, including 2 years financial management (non-profit sector preferred). Additional requirements are strong technology, analytical, project management and communications skills. You need to be an excellent team player, have a compassion for our families, and demonstrate a servant leader attitude. Ready to serve? Please contact Sally LePla at 248-338-1843, x223 or

Membership Assistant Director - Dynamic non-profit professional association, selected by Crain's Detroit Business as a Cool Place to Work, is seeking an individual with management and membership marketing experience to lead recruitment and retention initiatives.More information is available at

P/T Campaign Associate - Detroit Historical Society seeks a P/T Campaign Associate, 20 hours/week, to handle administrative tasks associated with our new campaign. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills a must. Raiser's Edge a plus! Bachelor's degree and previous development experience preferred. To apply, submit resume and cover letter to Michelle Wooddell, DHS, 5401 Woodward, Detroit, MI 48202. No phone calls or emails please.

Prospect Research Analyst - Eastern Michigan University Foundation The EMU Foundation is seeking an experienced, energetic and detail oriented individual with good research skills to join the Advancement operations. The successful candidate will provide information, reports and detailed analysis pertaining to the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of potential and current annual, major and planned gift donors to the Eastern Michigan University. Responsibilities Include: • Provide specialized, high quality prospect research and analysis using a variety of sources and strategies, to provide accurate, timely, and strategic information to fundraising staff on prospective donors. • Create confidential prospect profiles and reports on potential donors through the use of alumni database systems, electronic resources and printed reference materials. • Compile, update, verify and manage electronic files on alumni, donors, and friends to help maintain integrity of internal databases. • Update SCT Banner's Prospect Management system as relates to prospect assignments, proposals, contact reports and other biographical information. Minimum Qualifications • Demonstrated experience in the identification of prospects/donors utilizing online resources and in-house data. • Excellent Communication and report writing skills required. • The ability to utilize good judgment and ethics in handling confidential materials with sensitivity is required. • Familiarity with SCT Banner, Blackbaud ResearchPoint and Microsoft Office is required. • Bachelor's Degree in relevant field; or equivalent combination of education and experience with two to four years of experience in prospect research, preferred. Send cover letter and resume to: Director of Prospect Research EMU Foundation 1349 S. Huron Street Ypsilanti, MI 48197 Resumes are due by June 28, 2010 Eastern Michigan University Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The Foundation actively encourages applications from women and members of underrepresented groups.

Chief Executive Officer: Seeking Chief Executive Officer for Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana. Serving girls in 20 counties in the northern one-third of Indiana and 2 counties in southwest Michigan, with headquarters in Fort Wayne. Reporting to the Council's Board of Directors, the CEO leads the Council to meet the needs of girls ages five to seventeen through high-quality programs and girl/family/volunteer support systems. The CEO is a highly visible ambassador and champion of Girl Scouting in the communities served by the Council, communicating the Girl Scout message; inspiring volunteers, donors, and community partners; and raising the profile of the Council to the highest level. Prior executive and managerial experience in youth-serving organizations where volunteers are key to success is highly desirable. Corporate executives demonstrating knowledge of nonprofit organizational governance and dedication to youth are encouraged to apply. For further details, please visit . Simply email your cover letter and resume along with salary requirements to: Robert Perodeau, Evergreen Executive Source, LLC, P.O. Box 412 Haddonfield, NJ 08033-0412 Voice (800) 221 6663 Fax (800) 451 1451 E-mail: Kindly submit documents by August 15. Equal Opportunity Employer

Development Director - The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center is seeking a development professional to join the management team. The ideal candidate will possess the following; strategic leadership skills; a proven track record in all levels of gift cultivation and grant writing; expertise and experience in building relationships with diverse stakeholders; and the ability to work well with a team. A minimum of 5 years fundraising experience (preferably for arts and cultural organizations) and a Bachelor's Degree are required. Send a cover letter, with salary history and expectations and resume to

RFP - DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT - Friends of the Rouge, one of the Rouge River watershed's leading environmental organizations, is requesting proposals from individuals or companies for development services (e.g., facilitate corporate relationships & sponsorships). Proponents must possess experience with providing development services for a non-profit organization, preferably with a commitment to the environment. Contacts/experience with local corporations are necessary. See a detailed RFP description at Please e-mail cover letter, proposal and references by July 2, 2010 to

Vice President for Institutional Advancement - The Henry Ford, located in Dearborn, Michigan is a national historic landmark and one of the largest destinations in the world that celebrates American history and innovation. It is Michigan's leading cultural destination and is recognized throughout the nation as a benchmark history museum and attraction. The Henry Ford seeks a successful advancement leader with a proven record of results and innovative management in fund-raising, communications and planning and who is committed to building an active culture of philanthropy. Reporting directly to the President, the Vice President for Institutional Advancement leads and provides the overall direction, strategic planning, budgetary management, and operating effectiveness of all advancement functions at The Henry Ford. The Henry Ford is in the processes of concluding a $155 million campaign and is in the silent phase of a new campaign in support of the institution's ten year strategic plan, VISION 2020 that will further the on-going transformation of The Henry Ford. The Vice President will implement an aggressive plan for fund-raising to significantly increase annual goals of renewable and sustainable funding that align closely with VISION 2020. Applications, nominations and letters of interest may be submitted in confidence to Jon Derek Croteau, Ed.D, via email:

Manager of Special Events - Eastern Michigan University Foundation is seeking a motivated and energetic individual to serve as Manager of Special Events. This position provides high level professional and administrative leadership for planning, implementation and management of events for the Eastern Michigan University Foundation. The events planned will include alumni of EMU, friends, valuable donors, board members, community members and volunteers. This position reports to the Chief Development Officer. Bachelor's degree and five years of proven ability to execute all aspects of special events planning, including the ability to establish program goals, manage budgets and communicate with various individuals and entities, both within the University and external organizations required. Great opportunity to establish best practices and policies while working for an expanding University. Incredible potential with launch of new campaign . Please send resume, salary history and references before July 9, 2010 to: Eastern Michigan University Foundation 1349 S. Huron Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Director, Planning and Marketing for Ingham Regional Medical Center in Lansing, MI. See Employment Opportunities at for further information.

Executive Director - The Community Economic Development Association of Michigan (CEDAM) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization established in 1998. CEDAM is a voluntary association of community development corporations (CDCs), individuals, and other organizations interested in promoting and expanding community-based housing and economic development across the state of Michigan. CEDAM is currently seeking an Executive Director who will have overall responsibilities for managing and implementing the day-to-day operations of the organization and for hiring, supervising, and directing CEDAM's staff to accomplish the organization's mission, goals, and objectives as established by the Board of Directors. Job Qualifications and Requirements: Minimum education BA degree or comparable experience in related field; Minimum 5 years or more of experience with nonprofit management, real estate development, or public policy advocacy; Ability to travel statewide and nationally. Other Factors for Consideration: Planning, administrative, organizational development, financial and staff management skills; Familiarity with community economic development; Fundraising and grant writing experience; Good communications skills and attention to detail; The capability to work with volunteer Board of Directors; Ability to work well with a variety of people and organizations; Experience in managing a trade association. More information may be found online at Please submit a cover letter, salary requirements, resume and references no later than Friday, June 25, 2010 to: CEDAM, 1000 S. Washington Avenue, Suite 101, Lansing, MI 48910. Phone: (517) 485-3588. Fax: (517) 485-3043. Contact: Jessica AcMoody, CEDAM is an equal opportunity employer.

Lead Case Manager - South Oakland Shelter (SOS) is hiring a full-time Lead Case Manager to play a leadership role in implementing direct services that support our agency's new strategic plan to reduce the impact and prevalence of homelessness in our community. For more information:

Mentor Coordinator -New Life Mentorship Program. The New Life Mentorship program is a collaboration between LoveJoy SNC and Tabernacle of David Church to provide caring mentors to guide, support, and inspire ex-prisoners to develop their attitudes and skills that will help them to become successful in their personal lives, as members of their community and at work. Location: Tabernacle of David Church, Lansing, MI More information is available at

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