Friday, November 12, 2010

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - November 11, 2010

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - November 11, 2010

Executive Director - opportunity to lead, manage and grow a successful, faith-based counseling practice staffed with skilled therapists. Duties include a combination of promoting community awareness and marketing initiatives, administrative management, and psychotherapy. Requirements: proven skills in counseling, administration and leadership, and State of Michigan licensure eligibility. Preferred: program development, grant writing and fundraising experience, Fellow or Diplomate in AAPC, and pastoral leadership. Letters of Interest and Resume to: Dr. Barbara Trzcinski, Search Committee Chair, P.O. Box # 532474, Livonia, MI 48153, or email

DIRECTOR PREVENTION & COMMUNITY PROGRAMS – Summary: Oversee the Prevention and Community Programs Department. Responsible for program oversight and staff supervision. More information is available at

Case Manager - Travelers Aid Society of Metropolitan Detroit is seeking a full-time case manager for at-risk individuals and families. The individual will coordinate and monitor intakes and assessments for the purposes of evaluating, facilitating and monitoring services and clients’ progress in relationship to established goals and objectives, treatment planning process and follow-up of clients, serving as an advocate and liaison for and on behalf of client's rights and benefits. Qualified applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related behavioral science field; two years related experience and/or training; minimum one-year of experience in the counseling and provision of ancillary services to substance abusers, homeless, or clients from other disadvantaged populations; or equivalent combination of education and experience. A Mental Health background is desired. Also Social Work licensure issued by the State of Michigan is desired. Visit our website at for a complete job description. Please submit resumes with cover letter via fax to 313-962-4611 or email to No phone calls please.

Executive Director: Search Re-Opened. Southfield Community Foundation (SCF) is chartered by the State of Michigan and has as its mission to enhance the quality of life for those who work or live in Southfield and Lathrup Village. It does this by building and maintaining endowments from which charitable grants are made. The Executive Director provides professional leadership and assistance to the Officers and Board of Trustees in making the Foundation an effective, viable organization: to administer the implementation of Board policies and plans toward the accomplishment of SCF goals; to be responsible for the entire operation, growth, and development of the Foundation and provide information and recommendations for the Trustees to make decisions on charitable grants and where to align the foundation’s support. Salary is negotiable and commensurate with experience. This is a full time position. More information is available at

Volunteer Coordinator - Neighborhood Service Organization is currently seeking a Volunteer Coordinator. This position is responsible for identifying volunteer opportunities.. Recruits, screens, interviews and places volunteers. Determines appropriate assignments for volunteers; Promotes volunteerism through talks, tours and relationships with community based organizations and businesses; Oversees NSO Volunteer Program; Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) from an accredited college or university in a related field and one to two years related Human Services/ Marketing experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. High level of community resources awareness; Professional and effective conflict-resolution skills; Organized, detailed and thorough in record-keeping and documentation requirements; Public Speaking ability required; The ability to communicate with, supervise, and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles; A strong ability to multi-task and set multiple assignment priorities in a fast-paced, environment; Must have good communication and inter-personal skills, experience working with the public, corporations, donors, and volunteers; Word processing competency, database management, and excellent organizational skills; Ability to travel and work during evenings/weekends when necessary. Apply online at

Director of Finance and Operations - The Director of Finance and Operations reports to the Head of School and is charged with overseeing the Finance, Operations, HR, and Facilities functions. This position is a member of the leadership team of The Grosse Pointe Academy. More information is available at

LCCExecutive Director, Foundation. This position serves as executive liaison and support to the Foundation Board of Directors and is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all private sector resource development for the college in collaboration with the President and Executive Leadership Team. For more information and to apply for this position please go to

Executive Director, Camp and Retreat Center. Skyline Camp and Retreat Center, American Camp Association (ACA) accredited, is looking for an Executive Director. Located in Almont, Skyline is a beautiful, active place where people of all ages come together to participate in summer camps, special needs camps, spirituality conferences, retreats, and team building experiences. The person we’re seeking must be a leader who knows how to: work with a range of people and groups; identify and procure funding; coordinate and implement programs; hire and direct staff; manage operations and finances; engender a Christian atmosphere of caring and fun. Competitive salary and benefits package includes housing option. Send letter of interest and resume to Skyline Search Committee, First Presbyterian Church, 1669 West Maple, Birmingham, MI 48009. E-Mail: Fax: (248)

FOOD PROGRAM COORDINATOR & CASE MANAGER (F/T) Ypsilanti, MI. Assure the efficient functioning of the Emergency Food Distribution program and provide case management support services. BSW or BA in Social Sciences. Details @ Send resume to EOE
Policy and Data Analyst - The Education Trust–Michigan, a nonprofit education advocacy and research organization in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area, seeks a Policy and Data Analyst to support its growing team. The organization promotes high academic achievement for all students at all levels—pre-kindergarten through college. Please visit for additional information. The Policy and Data Analyst will draw lessons from the best available data, research, and practical experiences to inform and advance the organization’s policy agenda, which is aimed at ensuring that all students receive the educational opportunities they need and deserve. More information is available at

Administrative Assistant (Development Department) – Part-time. The primary focus of this position is to solicit financial and in-kind donations from communities and businesses to support our programs and services. In addition, must be able to assist with the planning, organizing, staffing and meeting financial goals for multiple fundraising events. The successful candidate will possess the ability to develop and nurture relationships by assertively promoting NKFM initiatives and programs to businesses and community leaders. More information is available at

Executive Director - The Steam Railroading Institute located in Owosso, Michigan seeks a dynamic, experienced individual with strong leadership and problem solving skills to serve as its Executive Director. The individual selected for this position will be responsible for providing organizational leadership on both a local and national level. The Executive Director shall be charged with the implementation of the Strategic Vision developed by the Board of Director along with the duties associated with running an organization on a daily basis. Other duties include supervision of staff and oversight of a large volunteer base. Strong verbal and written communication skills, ability to sell and market the Institute’s events including the North Pole Express train rides are required. Minimum five years experience as an Executive Director or equivalent business experience is required. A minimum of a Bachelor's degree with emphasis in Business Administration, Project Management or Marketing preferred. Those interested in applying for this position may do so by submitting a resume and cover letter (including salary requirements) to Rich Greter, President - SRI Board of Directors at or P.O. Box 665, Owosso, MI 48867. Electronic submissions are preferred. Resumes must be received no later than December 1, 2010.

Executive Director - Cadillac, MI. OASIS / Family Resource Center, a multi-faceted domestic violence/family services agency located in beautiful northwest Lower Michigan, is seeking an ED to lead our agency operations. Candidates must hold a Masters Degree in business administration or a human services / social action field with five years senior management experience. Knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault is required. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in all aspects of administration including personnel management, supervision, grant writing/management, fundraising, marketing/public relations and budgeting/fiscal management. Candidates must possess and reflect leadership and organizational expertise with superior written and verbal skills. A demonstrated experience in community collaboration preferred. The ED reports to the Board of Directors, and is responsible for the oversight of all organizational programming, supervision of agency staff and implementation of policies developed in conjunction with the Board. Salary $55,000-$65,000. Benefits package negotiable. Send resumes and references by November 22, 2010. EOE.

Systems Administrator - The Michigan Primary Care Association is seeking a full-time systems administrator familiar with the Microsoft Server family. This position reports to the Manager of Network Operations and, together with the rest of the team, is responsible for the management and maintenance of two data centers, the MPCA office and several remote/client sites. More information is available at

Program Coordinator - Widowed Persons Service (WPS) of Kent County/Grand Rapids seeks a part-time Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator will serve as the primary point of contact for the newly widowed, provide peer-to-peer counsel, identify and train support group facilitators, facilitate support groups as needed, coordinate support seminars, maintain established relationships with local funeral homes, and be available to speak to area groups. Widowed Persons Service exists to meet the support needs of men and women grieving due to spousal death. The Program Coordinator will work directly with the Executive Director and WPS volunteers to further the mission of the organization. This position will ideally be filled by an individual who has been widowed. BA preferred, knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and past administrative experience required. The Program Coordinator must be a motivated, self-starter who has a heart for people and seeks to encourage growth through the grief journey. Please visit to learn more about WPS. Send resume, cover letter and references to, or to our office address, attn: Hiring Committee. Materials received through November 30th, those received prior to November 22nd will be given first consideration.

Executive Director - A nonprofit agency providing shelter and supportive services to homeless families in Washtenaw County, is seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic individual with a proven track record in management, fundraising, personnel and budgeting to lead this important organization. Master’s degree in a relevant field, preferred. Minimum of five years of progressive, relevant management experience required. Familiarity with homeless/low income population required. Competitive salary, full benefits. Full job description is available at Send resume and cover letter to Search Committee, c/o IHN, 4290 Jackson Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48103 or email

Development Director - The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center is seeking a development professional to join the management team. The ideal candidate will possess 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. Visit for a complete position description. Send a cover letter, with salary history and expectations and resume

CHILD CARE TEACHER (F/T) Ypsilanti, MI. Provide direct care to preschool children of homeless families. BA in Early Childhood Education, or BA in Family Life or Family Education. Details @ Send resume and cover letter to EOE
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