Friday, February 11, 2011

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - February 10, 2011

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - February 10, 2011

Director, Development (SE Michigan)
A non-profit, faith-based, human services organization located in Southeastern Michigan is seeking an experienced Director of Development who will report to the top executive and work closely with the board of directors, management team and development staff. More information is available here. (posted 2-9-11)

Chief Operating Officer (Ann Arbor)
Newly created position at Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County will oversee daily operations of our multi-cause, not-for-profit, Catholic, social services organization across multiple locations and will report directly to the President. Professional or advanced degree is required, along with strong operational experience in a like organization, and proven success leading and building the capacity of a diverse and talented team. The successful candidate will be mission driven, detail oriented, and possess exceptional skills in the areas of problem solving, strategic thinking, and communication. If interested and qualified, submit cover letter and resume to Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County, attn. HR-COO-MNA, 4925 Packard Rd. Ann Arbor MI, 48108 or email with the subject line HR-COO-MNA. No phone inquiries. EOE. (posted 2-9-11)

Registered Nurse/Support Coordinator (Clinton Township)
MORC Home Care, Inc. is looking for experienced professionals to address the health care needs of elderly and disabled individuals residing in their own homes by screening, evaluating, coordinating and monitoring their health care needs. Must be licensed by the State of Michigan as a Registered Nurse and have experience working with the elderly. MI Choice Waiver experience preferred. The service area will be Oakland, Livingston, Washtenaw and Monroe Counties. Compensation is paid hourly. Email resumes to Marcia Marklin at (posted 2-9-11)

Executive Director (Bloomfield Hills)
Hebrew Free Loan, located in Bloomfield Hills, MI, is seeking an Executive Director, who will be passionate about executing the agency’s mission to provide interest free loans to Jewish people in need in Michigan.. The Executive Director works closely with the staff and volunteers. Accountable to and working closely with the HFL Executive Committee and Board of Directors, the Executive Director is the agency’s primary spokesperson and representative to clients, other agencies, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, and local and national organizations. A complete description is available here. (posted 2-9-11)

Corporate Director of Development (Detroit)
Hospice of Michigan is look for a Corporate Director of Development. The Corporate Director of Development provides overall leadership on all primary functions of the development department. The position has responsibility for analyzing, planning, executing and evaluating development programs for the organization; with emphasis on identifying, cultivating, soliciting, obtaining, and maintaining resources that will support the development of innovative end-of-life care programs for the organization. The position is further responsible for promoting a culture of excellence in end-of life care; ensuring expected outcomes are met as well as employee performance and engagement. A Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field is required; a Master’s degree is preferred. This position also requires a minimum of ten (10) years of development experience with a proven track record of significant accomplishments in the areas of major gifts and planned giving. A minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience preferred. Must possess the ability to foster learning and personal growth in all employees and have knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, and coordination of people and resources required. Experience in a healthcare and/or nonprofit setting is required and hospice experience is strongly preferred. Apply on our website at (posted 2-8-11)

Senior Associate Director of Donor Relations (Royal Oak)
Location: Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak
Reports to: Director of Donor Relations
Description: Assist the Director of Donor Relations with implementing, directing and managing all aspects of the Donor Relations Program at the Royal Oak hospital as well as assisting at other hospitals, as needed. Ensures 24/7 coverage for donor relations requests (requires sharing on-call duties with other donor relations staff.) Manage the administration of all Beaumont Society benefits including the Society Member Assistance Program and management of hospital-related donor requests and complaints to ensure excellent relations between major donors and Beaumont Hospitals. Responsible for daily visiting (rounding) with hospital inpatient donors. Also, assists with the identification and engagement of prospective new major gift donors to the Beaumont Society. More information is available here. (posted 2-7-11)

Volunteer Recruitment Specialist (.50 FTE) Ypsilanti, MI.
This position is responsible for the recruitment and placement of volunteers and supporting the SOS volunteer program. Details @ Send resume and cover letter to EOE (posted 2-4-11)

Development and Marketing Professional (Madison Heights)
Seeking an experienced development and marketing professional for a local position with a national non-profit. Responsibilities include identifying target audiences and building appropriate marketing and stewarding strategies to successfully recruit, acknowledge and retain event donors and participants. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, self-motivated, committed to excellence and capable of balancing multiple priorities effectively.. Full time position with a flexible work schedule including some nights and weekends. College degree, good computer skills (including excel, powerpoint, publisher, word processing, database) and experience a must. Salary in the mid 30’s plus benefits. Email resume to (posted 2-4-11)

Communications Associate (Detroit)
Communications Associate, Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan: participates in development and implementation of communications and marketing strategies, public relations tactics and communications tools to build positive image and advance the work of and of the Foundation through comprehensive communications program including publications, media and public relations, marketing and events. Responsibilities: Research, write and produce external communications including the Foundation’s newsletter, annual report, brochures, special reports, press releases, fact sheets and other print, electronic and multimedia materials as required. Manages all elements of production process including copywriting, proofreading, design, mailing lists, print vendors. Assists in the development and placement of paid and public-service advertising. Prepares proposals, reports, pod casts, PowerPoint presentations, and other forms of outreach. Assists with media and public contact including the Foundation’s weekly “Making a Difference” profiles with WWJ News Radio.Proofreads and edits Foundation materials. Manages photo, publications and press archives; maintains publications inventory, editorial and production calendars, communications work plans and style guides.Qualifications: Bachelors degree in English, Communications, Public Relations, Journalism or related field. Minimum 3-5 years related experience in communications with extensive writing, proofreading and copyediting skills. Proven ability to manage complex projects in collaboration with multiple points of contact, including in-house staff, consultants and other outside vendors. Ability to work effectively on multiple projects with multiple deadlines. Substantial knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, InDesign and Html. E-mail cover letter and resume to Diana Greig ( Resume receipt acknowledged. Only applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted. (posted 2-3-11)

Admissions Director (Lansing)
LoveJoy Rehabilitation Centers provides residential care and rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities. The populations we serve include adults with traumatic brain injuries, mental illness, and developmental disabilities (i.e., Autism). We have facilities in both the Lansing and Detroit, MI areas. As we expand our residential programs we are looking for an individual who can assist us in marketing our services to referral agencies and private individuals. A full description is available here. (posted 2-3-11)

The Community House, a non-profit located in Birmingham, is seeking a President & CEO. This position provides strong leadership to the organization in the areas of fund development, event planning, operations, marketing, public relations, human resources management, and board and volunteer relations. The ideal candidate will have non-profit management work experience and be an outstanding communicator who is able to generate the community and financial support needed to accomplish the mission and goals of the organization. Five years of executive management experience with a BS in pre-law, business, public administration or non-profit management preferred. Letters & resumes should be sent to Information about The Community House may be found at (posted 2-3-11)

The Women’s Caring Program is a 501(c)(3) Michigan public foundation that provides quality childcare and early childhood education to disadvantaged children through its signature program, ChildCare Commitment. It also administers other child care scholarship programs for other non-profits and governments. The WCP Board of Directors actively raises funds from individual and corporate donors in support of its programming. More information is available here. (posted 1-28-11)

Development Officer (Detroit)
The Development Officer is a full-time position that services DCWS and its internal partners, the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival and Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, as well as other organizations with which DCWS shares staffs. The position primarily provides development leadership, with special emphasis on grants management. A full description is here. (posted 1-28-11)

FSN Coordinator (.75 FTE) Ypsilanti, MI.
Manage HUD grants for the Family Support Network. Work in collaboration with the Executive Directors of all FSN member agencies. Details @ Send resume and cover letter to EOE (posted 1-27-11)

Positions are posted daily on the Michigan Nonprofit Job Center at


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