Thursday, September 23, 2010

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - September 23, 2010

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - September 23, 2010

Membership Coordinator - The Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) provides a forum for individuals, businesses, local governments, and other organizations to protect, enhance, and celebrate the Clinton River, its watershed, and Lake St. Clair. The CRWC is 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Key programs include watershed management, education, and stewardship. The Membership Coordinator is a 12 month position averaging 30 hours per week. The Membership Coordinator will be responsible for increasing our membership base for individual, business, civic and association memberships. This person must be able to recruit new members through phone, letter solicitation and personal contact through meetings; maintain our current membership database and follow up with member recognition; set up our organization with an improved system for membership database management and consistency, phone bank solicitation and targeted letter writing campaign; demonstrate success for new membership solicitation to assist in developing standards for future membership recruitment; assist in refining the organization’s ‘ask’; build procedures and protocols to generate membership revenues on an effective & sustainable basis; Minimum bachelor’s degree in marketing, public relations, communications or related field, plus at least 4 years of work experience. Strong public speaking skills and enthusiasm for working with a variety of audiences. Demonstrated ability to multi-task and work both independently and as a team player. Working familiarity with word processing, spreadsheet and database programs. $29,500 salary,12 months. Compensation provided through a grant from the Erb Family Foundation. Resumes should be sent to Posting end date: October 18th. 

President and Chief Executive Officer
- Fremont Area Community Foundation. Seeking a President/CEO to lead public Community Foundation with $163 million in endowment funds. Founded in 1951 in rural Fremont, MI, TFACF has 12 staff, 15 member board. Great opportunity for collaborative, strategic leader who can build strong community relationships. Requires 5 yrs sr. level management exp. in comm. foundation or nonprofit., fund development, board and staff development ability. See for full job profile. Email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to

CHILD CARE TEACHER (1.0 FTE) -SOS Community Services, Ypsilanti, MI - BA in Elementary Education plus a ZA endorsement, or BA in Early Childhood Education, or Bachelors in Family Life or Family Education, required. Send résumé and letter to See full posting at EOE

CHILDREN’S SERVICES COORDINATOR (1.0 FTE) -SOS Community Services, Ypsilanti, MI - MSW or BA degree plus 4 years' post B.A. experience, or equivalent relevant experience, required. Send résumé and letter to See full posting EOE 

Office Manager - Michigan Legal Services. Position Type: Full Time. Job Description: 
The office manager is responsible for the management of all administrative and logistical aspects of the office, including:

-Maintains office services by organizing office operations and procedures; controlling correspondence; designing filing systems; reviewing and approving supply requisitions.
-Answers phones and directs calls to the appropriate staff person and makes the appropriate referrals to external agencies..
-Maintains office efficiency by planning and implementing office systems, layouts, and equipment procurement.
-Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
-Performs clerical duties related to the assembly of grants, grant reports, reports to the board and client work.
-Assists with meetings and event logistics
-Manages the website and organization publication design; graphic design.
-Addresses client inquiries and conducts triage to determine eligibility for services and needs.

More information is available at 

Various positions - Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency - Excellent opportunity to develop your skills in the nonprofit human services field. Great service/work environment! A full description of these AmeriCorps*VISTA opportunities are at

-Marketing Coordinator: duties include program outreach, events, recruitment and publicity
-Resource Development Coordinator: duties include grant writing and fundraising
-Partnership Coordinator: duties include volunteer recruitment, training, and management
-Program Development Coordinator: duties include program creation, conducting community focus groups and community organizing 

Annual Fund Director - An established downtown Detroit not-for-profit corporation is seeking a candidate with 5+ years experience to manage and grow a comprehensive annual fund program. Responsibilities include the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of donors and responsibility for the stewardship of all donor gifts. The successful candidate should have an undergraduate degree, relevant experience, references, excellent communication and writing skills, and demonstrated knowledge of Donor Perfect, Excel and PowerPoint expertise. This is a full-time position with benefits reporting directly to the Vice President Development. Knowledge of the Detroit and southeastern Michigan giving environment would be considered a plus. Send e-resume to An Equal Opportunity Employer.

 - Heart of West Michigan United Way. Reports to: Board of Directors. Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan. Our client, Heart of West Michigan United Way (HWMUW) is seeking a CEO/President who will be responsible for the overall direction and strategy of HWMUW, as well as serving as the face of the organization.. The successful candidate will work with the Board of Directors to set organizational goals and strategies as well as being responsible for continuing to build a respected and credible organization that has influence in the community. More specific responsibilities will include strategic and operational planning, resource development, financial management, and marketing. The ideal candidate will have at least 15 years of related experience, including five years at the executive or senior leadership level with a clear record of achievement. A bachelor's degree or equivalent is required; a master's degree is preferred. He/She will be an experienced manager and leader who will bring to the position a high degree of energy, integrity and creativity. The individual must be comfortable working and communicating with diverse audiences and have a demonstrated ability to develop a more comprehensive and sophisticated fundraising operation. We are seeking an individual who has a passion and enthusiasm for the mission, clients served and crisis issues addressed as well as compassion for employees and volunteers. Anyone interested in applying for the position should forward their expression of interest to: Barbara Swan, Senior Associate, DHR International,, 248-258-0616, Ext. 223 

Director of Programs and Services 
(DPS) Reports To: Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Part-Time: Approximately 20-30 Hours Per Week (Contract Basis). Salary/Hourly: Hourly. Location: His/Her Home Office. Following policies established by the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Programs and Services is responsible for a wide variety of activities related to programs and services, education and outreach in support of the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit patient advocacy organization dedicated to supporting every person with cutaneous lymphoma by promoting awareness and education, advancing treatment and facilitating research. Please see for a full description. 

Community Relations and Volunteer Director - Orchards Children's Services. REPORTS TO: Chief Operating Officer. JOB SUMMARY: Will develop and directly oversee all volunteer efforts and special events that involve building/interfacing with community partners, excluding events designed solely for fund raising. Will work in concert with Orchards’ fund development department, program managers, supervisors, foster/adoptive parents and youth incorporating various levels of community partners and staff in community programs and outreach. This will include but will not be limited to baseball program, Orchards’ summer camp adventures, Adopt a Family, Orchards Literacy Program, Children’s Holiday Party and Toy Drive, Easter Egg Hunt, Turkey Donations, etc. More information is on the MNA Job Center at 

Financial Grants Manager - Community Action Agency has the following position open: Financial Grants Manager: Manages cash for the Agency, requests advances/reimbursements from various funding sources, develops budgets for assigned programs, prepares reports as required by each funding source in a timely manner, records and reconciles balance sheet accounts, interfaces with program directors regarding budgets and expenses. Accredited Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Must be familiar with accounting principles and general financial management. Two to three years in a non-profit setting with high level accounting, including knowledge of financial reporting, staff supervision and sound understanding of federal accounting. Application process: A CAA application for employment must be filled out and can be obtained from or on the web at or from 1214 Greenwood Ave., Jackson, MI 49203. A complete job description can be obtained from the same. EOE

Positions are posted daily on the Michigan Nonprofit Job Center at
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