Friday, February 25, 2011

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - February 24, 2011

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - February 24, 2011

Success by Six Director (Ann Arbor)
With the community collaborative ensures that the children of Washtenaw County enter school ready to succeed. This position leads the implementation of the collaborative's strategic plan, leads fund development/sustainability efforts, oversees initiative budget, serves as staff director for the Leadership Commission, serves as spokesperson for early childhood in the county, manages supervision, oversight and administration of staff and volunteers, manages relationships with multiple stakeholders, support the Interagency Coordinating Council, orchestrates community engagement for needs mapping, and exercises oversight for all Success by Six program work. This is a full time exempt position with benefits. Salary Range: $40,000-$65,000. Send cover letter and resume by March 11th to Sandra Rupp, President, United Way of Washtenaw County, 2305 Platt Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 or email to (posted 2-24-11)

Senior Major Gift Officer (Royal Oak)
Immediate opening with the Beaumont Foundation, the fundraising department for Beaumont Hospitals, Royal Oak. Job Duties: Identifying, soliciting and stewarding donor prospects to successfully close six- and seven-figure gifts. Working with medical/administrative leadership to identify needs to shape major gift efforts. Develop solicitation plans for prospects, reporting on the plans as required. Assisting in identification of planned giving prospects and closing planned gifts in collaboration with Planned Giving staff. Participates in development of campaign strategies. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum five years experience in major gift work. Proven record for securing six-and-seven figure gifts. Experience with donor tracking software. (Raisers Edge, a plus.) History of working successfully with volunteers and committees. Salary Range: $86,000 to $98,000. Please apply at or contact (posted 2/23/11)

Chief Executive Officer (Bloomfield Hills)
Jewish Family Service (JFS) of Metropolitan Detroit is seeking a talented, experienced, and entrepreneurial Chief Executive Officer, who excels in strategic and financial planning and management and understands a social service environment, to lead a client/community-centric agency to the next level. JFS is a modern and comprehensive social service provider, annually serving approximately 12,000 individuals and families throughout metropolitan Detroit. The CEO must be able to work well with a dynamic and team-oriented staff, lay leadership, and a cadre of volunteers to fulfill the agency’s mission. The CEO is accountable to and works closely with numerous stakeholders, including the JFS Board of Directors, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, various agencies, government bodies and local/national organizations. More information here. (posted 2-23-11)

Director of Finance (Ann Arbor)
Immediate opening at Shelter Association of Washtenaw County. Director of Finance is the primary person to manage the agency finances on annual budget of approx $3 million. Position is responsible for cash flow management, payroll tracking and payment, grant billings, timely payment of bills, depositing checks, record keeping, spreadsheet analysis, and production of monthly financial statements. Works closely with the COO and CEO, and works with Chief Development Officer to ensure timely recording of fund raising activities. Position works closely with the Treasurer and Finance committees of the Board. Leads development of agency’s annual budget, ongoing monitoring of performance against budget, and recording of all financial transactions. Masters or Bachelors with at least three years related experience in accounting and/or business administration are required. CPA preferred.. Nonprofit financial experience preferred. Knowledge of Excel, and related spreadsheet applications. MIP software knowledge desired. Submit a letter of interest, including salary history and current requirements, and resume to (posted 2-18-11)

Development Director (Jackson)
The Dahlem Conservancy’s mission is to provide environmental education and land conservancy services to the residents of south central Michigan. We operate the John and Mary Dahlem Environmental Education Center. More information about Dahlem and a complete Position Description can be found at The Dahlem Conservancy seeks an experienced full time Development Director, responsible for all phases of our fundraising (with emphasis on the Benevon fundraising model). The successful candidate will have demonstrated past success in fundraising and a passion for Dahlem’s mission and constituency. More information is available here. (posted 2-17-11)

Executive Assistant (Ann Arbor)
The Executive Assistant is a full time staff position that is primarily responsible for supporting and empowering the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation’s President & CEO, with additional support responsibilities for donor development, events, and office administration. A full description is available here. (posted 2-17-11)

Chief Operations Officer (Southgate)
As a recognized leader in both the non-profit and Health and Human Services arenas, The Guidance Center provides a broad range of services. We are proud to have helped children, adults and families unlock potential and build better lives for more than 50 years. With 40 programs totaling more than $36 million in revenue, we offer services to more than 20,000 people annually including Early Childhood, Children and Youth, Developmental Disabilities and Adult Services. We have an exciting opportunity for a Chief Operations Officer to join our team of highly talented professionals, leading our agency in fulfilling its mission. More information is available here. (posted 2-17-11)

Coordinator of Volunteer and Grant Services (Ann Arbor)
Part-time position responsible for the planning, implementing, evaluation, and reporting of Neighborhood Sernior Services (NSS) program volunteers and volunteer activities and the coordination and tracking of NSS grants. Required qualifications include Bachelor’s degree in human service field, community relations, business, or related field, Master’s degree preferred. Minimum 3 years experience managing volunteers and/or community programs also required, program experience with older adults highly preferred. If interested and qualified, submit resume and cover letter to Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County, attn. HR-NSSVOL-MNA, 4925 Packard Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 or email with the subject line HR-NSSVOL-MNA. No phone inquiries. EOE. (posted 2-16-11)

Public Relations & Fundraising Assistant (Livonia)
Seedlings Braille Books for Children, a small nonprofit organization providing low-cost, high quality braille books for blind children headquartered in Livonia, has an immediate opening for a PR/Fundraising Assistant. Approximately 20 hours/wk. Must be an organized, detail-oriented team player with strong communication skills, have PR/FR and nonprofit experience, proficiency in MS Office, and a commitment to the organization’s mission. Duties include assisting the Community Outreach Coordinator with fundraising events including soliciting prizes and maintaining accurate records; speaking to groups (adults and children) about Seedlings and giving tours of the facility; preparing ads for conferences, sending materials to conferences, and staffing a display at select conferences; assisting with grant research and implementing grant-enabled programs. Hourly wage based upon experience. Send cover letter and resume to by March 1, 2011. No calls please. (posted 2-15-11)

Psychologist & Outreach Therapist (Detroit)
Neighborhood Service Organization is currently seeking candidates for the following positions:OBRA Psychologist & Outreach Therapist. More information is available here. (posted 2-15-11)

Executive Director (Lansing)
The Michigan Council on Alcohol Problems (MICAP), an entity of the American Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation, a 50 year old 501(c)(3) charitable organization requires an Executive Director part-time but leading to full-time within a year. Bachelor's Degree required. Duties include: Writing and mailing monthly newsletter; outreach to churches throughout Michigan; identifying and recruiting new board members; writing grants, fundraising and developing other support; advocacy to policy makers. Leadership, organizational, and public speaking skills required. For information about MICAP see Send resume by March 1, 2010 to Please, no calls. (posted 2-15-11)

Systems Administrator (Lansing)
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 here. (posted 2-15-11)

AmeriCorps Community Navigator (SE Michigan)
The Community Navigator will serve to provide opportunities for families in SE Michigan to connect with supportive programs and services including low-cost and free children’s health insurance, quality healthcare, food assistance, heating and energy assistance and several others.Navigators provide enrollment in supportive benefit programs and follow-up/referral assistance, build enrollment partnerships with local organizations, do outreach to fine families in need of assistance and provide training for staff and volunteers in local communities. More information is available here. (posted 2-14-11)

Regional Development Officer for Northern and Western Michigan (Southfield)
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation extends a great opportunity to be responsible for initiating, managing, and completing all giving program and projects. Must have fundraising experience, as well as campaign and gift solicitation skills, strong communication and relationship management skills, and the ability to work with high -level volunteers and donors. Bachelor's degree in marketing, communications or a related field and a working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge donor software. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. Please forward resume, cover letter and salary history, or visit for detailed information or mail to: PVM, 26200 Lahser Suite 300, Southfield, MI 48033, ATTN: HR Dept. No Calls Please. EOE (posted 2-14-11)

Executive Director (Waterford)
Oakland Schools Education Foundation is seeking a part-time Executive Director to work in the areas of fund-raising and marketing. The Executive Director is a salaried position that reports to the Foundation board. Salary is $15,000 per year for a work week that averages 15 hours per week for no more than 45 weeks per year. The work hours may expand as fundraising activity grows. More information is available here. (posted 2-11-11)

Residential Counselor (Detroit)
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit is a unique, private scholarship program seeking to hire a Full-time Residential Counselor to provide direct care for the dynamic youth participating in the long-term program. The youth are promising students who want to accomplish greatness but were previously impeded by the environment around them. Our current openings are for live-in counselors (Monday - Friday) for the Girls Home and the Boys Home. More information is available here. (posted 2-11-11)

Contract Specialist (Holland)
Duties include providing assistance in the development of budgets and billings for Kandu contracted Michigan Works programs. Assist in program contract oversight. Assure services are provided within program and budgetary requirements. Must have working knowledge of accounting and billing procedures, vocational program design and development, CARF standards as they relate to Work Center Programs, and program evaluation. Strong written and verbal communication required. Experience working with budgets, billings and multiple contractors. Bachelors Degree in Human Services or related field. To Apply, email resume to:, or mail to Kandu, Inc. 4190 Sunnyside Dr. Holland, MI 49424, Attn: Human Resources. **No phone calls please** EOE (posted 2-11-11)

Organizer (Ann Arbor)
The Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund and the national League of Conservation Voters Education Fund seek a talented Organizer to develop and implement a strategic effort to create a large and ever-growing list of people who are engaged in our work, will take action on our behalf, and donate to support our efforts. This is a full time position and will ideally be located in our Grand Rapids office. More information is available here. (posted 2-11-11)

American Red Cross Positions (SE Michigan)
The American Red Cross – Southeast Michigan Chapter is well positioned to take advantage of the revitalization of the region’s economy, one of the nation’s strongest marketing brands, and a dedicated team of mission-driven professionals and board members, to elicit more financial support than ever before to support our region. More information is available here. (posted 2-11-11)

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