Tuesday, November 23, 2010

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center 11/23

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - November 23, 2010

Writing/Journalism/Communications Internship
Michigan Campus Compact, Lansing, MI. A full position description is available at www.mnaonline.org/mccinternship.aspx..

Development Operations Coordinator
At HAVEN, our mission is to eliminate domestic and sexual violence in Oakland County and surrounding communities. Victims of violence never pay for services and our fundraising team plays a critical role in continuing the programming for thousands of survivors who seek out our care each year. To meet the growing needs of our Agency, HAVEN is expanding our team. Open positions include Development Operations Coordinator: Experience with office administration, database entry, check processing/accounting and general office support tasks; Excellent written and oral communication skills and outstanding organizational skills required; Experience with Microsoft Office applications and 2-3 years using Raiser’s edge software required; Solid understanding of Development operation fundamentals and willingness to pitch in for department needs at events. Additional positions include Development Manager and Community Relations Coordinator. For more information visit 
http://www.haven-oakland.org/about-haven/employment/ To apply, Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: HAVEN HR, Fax: (248) 334-3161 or email to: hr@haven-oakland.org Resumes without Raiser’s Edge experience will not be considered.

Community Outreach Educator
Position Summary: The Community Outreach Educator is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating education and outreach programs within the local service area. In addition, this position provides administrative support and coordination to the Education Department. A full posting is available at www.mnaonline.org/jobs.aspx.

Director of Development - Ann Arbor 

Position Summary: Direct and supervise annual direct response programs, grant management, donor stewardship, donor research, development publications, and special events. Responsible for overall supervision and management of development support staff and operations. A full posting is available at www.mnaonline.org/jobs.aspx.

Executive Director
Affirmations Community Center, Serving LGBT Interests of Metro Detroit. Affirmations is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving people of all orientations and gender identities. Housed in a state-of-the-art, multi-use facility in Ferndale, it is easily accessible from across the Metro area. Affirmations is the largest LGBT organization in Michigan, and one of the ten largest in the United States. The Executive Director provides vision and leadership throughout the organization and promotes Affirmations across Metro Detroit, supporting the community with programs that resonate with patrons and funders, working collaboratively with organizations from the business, non-profit and public sectors to maximize broad-based support for the organization’s efforts. Able to bring a balance of vision and strategic management, the ability to work with people, and well developed business acumen are essential, as demonstrated by 3+ years progressively responsible management experience such as leadership of non-profit, for-profit, higher education or other organization with profit/loss responsibility. The ability to develop revenue streams is essential. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required, plus a record of leadership demonstrating dedication to exceptional customer service. Affirmations provides a competitive compensation/benefits package. Visit 
www.goaffirmations.org and http://egreensource.com/ for a
dditional information. Affirmations is an equal employment employer in all regards. For consideration, please e-mail your cover letter and resume, along with salary requirements to: Robert Perodeau, Principal, Evergreen Executive Source, LLC, E-mail: evergreen.source@att.net. Tel. 800 286 4009 Evergreen provides executive recruiting services nation-wide to non-profits.

Administrative Support Staff Specialist
The Detroit Institute of Arts', Membership and Development Department seeks an Administrative Support Staff Specialist. This full-time, non-exempt position performs a variety of assignments that provide administrative, clerical, data entry and file maintenance support and reports to the Support Staff Supervisor. Please see full description and apply on line, 
www.dia.org by close of business, Friday, December 3, 2010. THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Psychiatrist & Psychiatric Nurse Practioner
Adult Well-Being Services is seeking experienced professionals for these rewarding and challenging
AWBS2positions. In Community Mental Health Out-Patient Clinic Mental Health and Substance Abuse Program.Psychiatrist: Conduct psychiatric evaluations and med reviews, complete online documentation requirements and work with nurses and case managers in providing services to adults with co-occurring disorders. Skills/Experience Required: Appropriate licensures and certifications, two (2) to four (4) years experience in Community Mental Health, including substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner: Conduct psychiatric evaluations and med reviews, complete online documentation requirements and work with nurses and case managers in providing services to adults with co-occurring disorders. Skills/Experience Required: Appropriate licensures and certifications, two (2) to four (4) years experience in Community Mental Health, including substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Qualified candidates: Please submit a cover letter and your resume via e-mail to Nettie Johnson, Human Resources Coordinator at njohnson@awbs.org or by fax at (313) 921-9106. You may also visit us online at www.awbs.org

Deputy Director
The Engineering Society of Detroit has retained NPPN to recruit a Deputy Director for its Institute to provide support to advance its work including the management of the daily operations and securing funding. The Deputy Director should have experience in fund development and grant writing and a demonstrated ability to work successfully with public and private constituents ranging from the automotive, defense, construction, design, and manufacturing sectors to the governmental and nonprofit communities. A full posting is available at www.mnaonline.org/jobs.aspx.

Communications Manager, Business Manager, Development Officer, Development & Marketing Assistant, and Database Administrator. Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings, along with its management partners, Eisenhower Dance Ensemble and Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival are currently hiring three full-time and two part-time positions. Please refer to 
www.detroitchamberwinds.org for more information about all open positions. To apply, please email ONE cover letter and resume to hoplamazian@detroitchamberwinds.org. Please indicate in your cover letter the position(s) for which you wish to be considered. Resumes will be accepted until the positions have been filled. DCWS is an equal opportunity employer.

Development Manager/Grant Writer 
Excellent opportunity for a nonprofit professional interested in growing their fund raising and grant writing career! Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency, a growing non-profit human services agency with an annual operating budget exceeding $18 million, seeks an experienced professional to join its team in Wyandotte as a Development Manager – Grants. The individual selected will identify, define, and develop program activities as well as coordinate the development, writing, and submission of grant proposals to third-party entities: federal, state, local, corporate, and private foundations. Successful candidates will be attentive to detail and have demonstrated ability to maintain production deadlines and schedules. Position reports to the Director of Development and Communications. Position open until filled. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related discipline with a minimum of two years of related experience and a proven track record in grant writing and program development. Candidate must be an efficient project manager who has excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must be proficient in research, interpreting, and analyzing diverse data and possess the ability to work collaboratively and independently to achieve stated goals. For a complete job description, visit 
http://waynemetro.org/careers.html. Respond with resume, cover letter, salary history, and 1 writing sample summarizing a human services program (no more than 500 words) to hr@waynemetro.org
 Use Development Manager as the Subject– No phone calls.
Positions are posted daily on the Michigan Nonprofit Job Center at www.MNAonline.org/nonprofitjobcenter.aspx.


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