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JOB POSTINGS Michigan Non-Profit Job Center Postings from June 10, 2010

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - June 10, 2010

Community Chapter Executive - American Red Cross
South Central Michigan Chapter (Jackson and Hillsdale Counties), Jackson, Michigan General Statement of Duties Reporting to the Regional Chapter Executive (“Regional Executive”), the Community Chapter Executive (”Community Executive”) is accountable for achieving performance targets for his/her chapter including service delivery, fundraising/revenue, and expense targets. The Community Chapter Executive has management responsibility for his/her chapter’s employees and volunteers and acts as the chapter’s chief fundraiser. He/she is responsible for supporting regional activities and goals.For more information please visit

Program Manager – Part-time position (20 hours) to manage children/teen program at nonprofit, cancer support organization. Major duties include: facilitate support groups, coordinate outreach and programs for member recruitment, track statistics, assist in program development/evaluation and create monthly activities calendar. Master’s degree in social work/counseling; minimum 2 years experience required. Excellent organizational, communication, interpersonal skills and computer proficiency required. Regular hours must include M/W evenings. Nonprofit experience a plus. For full job description, visit Send resume/cover letter and salary requirements to by June 22. No phone calls.

Director of Corporate Relations and National Partnerships - Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan
Responsible for establishing and implementing a wide range of procedures and fundraising plans focused on attracting and enhancing Foundation’s corporate relationships. The person will be responsible for all national partnerships along with representing the Foundation and its needs to the community at large and attracting resources for the Foundation. Will oversee the Foundation’s grant writing and outreach to our grantors. Interested applicants should send their resumes to by June 30. More information is available at .

Public Policy Education Director - Responsible for working with parents to engage & educate on public policy. Project Graduation Manager Responsible for working with parents to help kids graduate and go on to college. For Details and to apply:

CEO - Easter Seals, a leading non-profit provider of services to children and adults with disabilities and their families, is seeking a dynamic and entrepreneurial leader to provide strategic direction to the Michigan affiliate which is headquartered in Auburn Hills, MI and has service sites throughout the state. The successful candidate will have a solid track record in leading a mission driven organization with a budget in excess of $35 million, have excellent fiscal management skills and proven ability to design and implement growth initiatives. The President/CEO provides vision and leadership to a comprehensive development program and takes an active role in fundraising. Successful applicant must possess excellent strategic thinking skills and a proven approach to creative, solutions oriented problem solving. Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, or a related field with a minimum of ten years of proven leadership experience. Masters Degree preferred. Must possess an understanding, sensitivity and commitment to the needs of people with disabilities. Please send resume, salary history and letter of interest by June 28 to: Michigan CEO Search Committee, c/o Human Resources, Easter Seals, 233 S. Wacker Drive, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60606. email

Graduate Assistant Position Openings
Cleary University is offering Graduate Assistantship opportunities in the following areas: Student Activities; Student Recruitment; Career Services and Placement; Curriculum Development; Enrollment Services; Financial Aid; Communications/Web. Ideal candidates will bring at least minimal experience in the area of assignment, interest in building an impressive portfolio, and commitment to completion of an advanced degree. Graduate Assistant assignments are temporary appointments intended to last approximately 18-24 months, through the completion of an MBA at Cleary University. Interested candidates must have earned an undergraduate degree and be admitted to Cleary’s graduate program. Graduate Assistants will receive a stipend of $500 per month and a 90% graduate tuition grant for the Cleary MBA program. Additional details on all positions are available by going to .

Legal Assistant - Legal Assistant position available at a friendly downtown Ann Arbor law firm. The position will entail primarily working with nonprofit and tax exempt organizations. Full time or part time. Primary duties include timeslips entry and billing, filing, dictation, assisting attorneys with drafting and filing corporate documents and Applications for Recognition of Exemption with the Internal Revenue Service, and other office duties as needed. Typing skills, knowledge of Timeslips software, Quickbooks, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel required. Experience in a law firm dealing with nonprofit and tax exempt organizations preferred, but not required. If you are interested in working with nonprofit organizations in a law firm that is helping to make a positive impact on society, send résumé to: Magill and Rumsey, P.C. 201 South Main Street 7th Floor First National Building Ann Arbor MI 48104 Phone: 734-995-2500 Fax: 734-995-4798

Regional Senior Development Officer Under the direction of the President/CEO of HF West Bloomfield Hospital and the Senior Director of Capital Campaign/HF West Bloomfield Hospital, the Regional Senior Development Officer is responsible for oversight and execution of the comprehensive philanthropic program.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Work with HF West Bloomfield leadership and philanthropy team to identify and recruit board and volunteer leadership, and identify and solicit prospective donors.More information is available at .

Director of Communications The Council of Michigan Foundations, the state’s leading association for grantmaking foundations and corporate giving programs, seeks a Director of Communications in its Grand Haven office. Successful candidates will have a bachelor’s degree or higher in communications, Masters degree preferred. 5-7 years experience in equivalent position. For a full job description or to apply, go here:

Executive Director - Susan G. Komen for the Cure Southwest Michigan Affiliate seeks an experienced Executive Director in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Executive Director is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Affiliate. The Executive Director is also instrumental in the strategic planning and visioning of the Affiliate. Qualified candidate will have an advanced degree and a minimum of 5 years professional experience with responsibilities that include fund development, oversight of a $500,000 annual budget, community grant programs, and partnering with Komen Headquarters staff to ensure alignment with Komen priorities and compliance with policies. This position will report directly to the Board of Directors. Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements by June 15, 2010 to : or by mail to Cathy L. Wortham % Susan G. Komen for the Cure Southwest Michigan Affiliate, 229 E. Michigan Avenue, Suite 245A, Kalamazoo, MI 49007.

Interim President and CEO - Flint Cultural Center Corporation The Flint Cultural Center Corporation is seeking an experienced manager to provide chief executive leadership and management oversight for the day-to-day operations as an Interim President & CEO. The Flint Cultural Center Corporation (FCCC), a non-profit cultural organization, supports institutions in Flint, MI, dedicated to cultural activity and community vitality through, history, science and the arts. The FCCC was created in late 1992. It serves as the governing body for Longway Planetarium, Sloan Museum, the Buick Gallery and The Whiting Auditorium. More information is available at .

Chief Operating Officer – Community Legal Resources (CLR), seeks a full-time Chief Operating Officer (COO) to fill an immediate vacancy in Detroit. The COO will be responsible for managing the internal strategic initiatives of the organization and developing and implementing internal organizational processes and infrastructure that will allow CLR to continue to grow and fulfill its mission. Qualified candidates will have a BA: MBA or MPA preferred; CPA a plus, strong organizational experience; prefer 5+ years in senior management role, and financial planning and analysis experience. For a more detailed job description, please see Interested persons should send a cover letter, resume and business writing sample to Heidi Mucherie, Executive Director, via email to .

Administrative Assistant- The Rainbow Connection (TRC) makes dreams come true for Michigan children with life threatening illnesses and provides support services to the wish families. This full-time salaried position provides executive assistance to the Director and general office support. The position requires some daily data entry, calendar maintenance and demands outstanding organizational skills. Must be computer proficient, well organized, team player with a great appreciation for the mission. Schedule may include occasional nights or weekends. Qualifications- Experience required, Bachelor Degree preferred, sensitive to the needs of families in highly stressful situations, demonstrated organizational skills. Please send or email cover letter and resume, Attn: Personnel Committee, 621 West University, Rochester, MI 48307 or Application Deadline: June 14, 2010

President & CEO – The Prima Civitas Foundation (PCF) is seeking nominations and applications for the position of President & CEO. PCF, a regional community and economic development non-profit based in Lansing, focuses solely on economic transformation strategies for the state of Michigan. The next President & CEO must exhibit a proven track record of regional collaboration, fundraising, ambassadorship, and agility. Further, this individual must be results-focused, have strong team-building skills, and exhibit a “can do” attitude that motivates and inspires others. A competitive compensation package will be made available. Applications are due July 16, 2010. For more information, and a complete position profile, please visit:

Donor Database Manager/Special Events Coordinator - Tomorrow’s Child, a highly regarded statewide nonprofit, seeks a fundraising professional with strong experience in donor databases, gift processing and donor recognition, coordinating fundraising committees, special events, and other development activities. The position reports to the CEO and works closely with the Board of Directors and development committees. A Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years with donor databases required. Competitive salary, excellent benefits, flexible schedule. Position is located in Lansing. Send resume to

Executive Director - SOS Community Services
SOS Community Services is a nonprofit human service organization that will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year. From its beginnings as a peer counseling service, it has evolved into a key component of the county-wide Blueprint to End Homelessness as a provider of housing and services to homeless families. In 2009, SOS served over 5,000 clients. More information is available at


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