Saturday, March 12, 2011

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - March 10, 2011

Development Director (Ann Arbor)
Performance Network Theatre (PNT). Ann Arbor Michigan's regional Equity theatre, seeks a Development Director (DD) to oversee its fundraising efforts. The DD is responsible for creating, maintaining and continuously growing PNT's sources of contributed income, and engaging donors with its mission and programs. DD is responsible for roughly half of the operating budget (approx. $500,000 annually).
 More information is available here(posted 3-9-11)

Executive Director (Pontiac)
Lighthouse PATH, Pontiac, MI is seeking an individual with exceptional leadership skills, strong management skills, knowledge of transitional housing for homeless families and early childhood development programs, and an understanding of nonprofit fundraising, budgeting and finance. Successful candidates will have a deep personal commitment to addressing the needs of low-income people. Masters degree in social work, psychology or another human service field preferred. A more detailed job description is available by request to 3-9-11)

Program Associate (full-time) (Grand Haven)
Reports To: Vice President of Education, Communications & External Relations
Location: Grand Haven, MI
Summary: The Program Associate will assist the Vice President of Education, Communications & External Relations (VP) with planning, coordination, communications, research and other duties related to the design, implementation, promotion and reporting of CMF educational programs and resources and of the Transforming Michigan Philanthropy Through Diversity & Inclusion initiative.
 More information is available here(posted 3-8-11) 
Executive Director – Synagogue (Ann Arbor)
Come join a vibrant and collegial temple staff in southeast Michigan as Temple Executive Director. Responsibilities of this job include: administration of all business affairs of the congregation, membership recruitment and maintenance, staff management, fiscal management of temple, facility coordination, communications, development and outreach for fundraising, interaction between board of trustees and administration, and serving as liaison to the Jewish and secular community.
The position requires strong leadership ability, ability to manage financial resources, experiences in managing staff, excellent interpersonal skills, and a commitment to advancing the goals of the congregation and Reform Judaism. A BA in nonprofit administration or related field and/or a minimum of five years in senior level management in a synagogue is required. Temple Beth Emeth is the only Reform Jewish synagogue in Washtenaw County. It has a membership of 650 families, with one senior and one assistant rabbi, a cantor, a school director, and 3.5 full time administrative staff members. The salary for this position is commensurate with level of education and experience and is competitive. Healthcare and retirement benefits included. To apply for the position, send a cover letter and resume by March 30, 2011 to (Carol Freedman-Doan). Three letters of recommendation should be available upon request. Interviews will begin around April 1. (posted 3-8-11)

Operations Officer (Detroit)
ARISE Detroit! is seeking a self-motivated, highly skilled professional to play a key role in serving the community and support our mission to promote volunteerism, community activism and positive media images to create a better .Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Operations Officer will be responsible for office management and assist in the implementation of activities and programs to support programs of ARISE Detroit! and neighborhood partner organizations. The responsibility of this position includes financial and budget monitoring, grant writing and reporting processes, promotional and marketing activities, and supervision of volunteers. Candidates must possess three to five years experience working in the non-profit arena, (or equivalent career experience) and organizational development. Candidates must possess and demonstrate strong organizational, verbal and written skills; have strong computer skills; be able to interact with staff at all levels of various organizations; possess a strong sense of community organizing, planning and working with a variety of non-profit groups and agencies; be creative and resourceful. Strong knowledge of grant management, and program planning is preferred. Candidates must have reliable transportation and be able to work a flexible schedule. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree. Resumes should be emailed to 3-7-11)

Contractual Therapist (Detroit)POSITION SUMMARY: Jefferson House is a Capuchin ministry and residential substance abuse rehabilitation program for indigent men suffering from drug and/or alcohol abuse. This position will review treatment plans for accuracy and completeness on a monthly basis; determine that client records are completed in a timely manner and contain elements necessary to maintain accreditation and/or licensing; facilitate a Tuesday evening therapeutic group; and attend monthly staff meetings. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Master’s degree in human service discipline; Michigan CADC certification; minimum 2-4 years experience in adult therapeutic counseling. Salary: Negotiable CONTACT INFO: Send resume to: Capuchin Soup Kitchen – Human Resources, 1820 Mt.. Elliott St., Detroit, MI 48207 Or 3-7-11)

Child Care Teacher (F/T) (Ypsilanti)
Provide direct care to preschool children of homeless families. BA in Early Childhood Education, or BA in Family Life or Family Education. Details @ www.soscs.orgSend resume and cover letter to EOE (posted 3-7-11)

Triage Case Manager (Ann Arbor)
The Shelter Association of Washtenaw County is seeking a professional to join their team as a TRIAGE CASE MANAGER. This position has primary responsibility for assessment and screening of potential new clients. The person is responsible for engaging with our clients, assessing their situation and needs, creating service plans, providing referrals, and providing support and follow-up. Hours are M-F 10:30 am - 7:00 pm, with occasional weekends and holidays. More information is available here(posted 3-4-11)

Substitute Transportation Driver (Part-time) (Ypsilanti)Need flexible individual to drive children to and from daycare, and Afterschool children to and from Afterschool programming. Split Shift Schedule – some mornings, mostly afternoon and evenings, Monday – Friday.. Minimum High School diploma or equivalent required. Some experience working with low-income and minority families preferred. Michigan Chauffer’s Drivers License in good standing required. Send resume and cover letter to EOE. (posted 3-4-11)

President and CEO (Lansing)The Michigan Restaurant Association is seeking a President and Chief Executive Officer. This position reports to the Chairman and Finance Committee of the Association and is responsible for overall management of the organization, ensuring the implementation of the strategic and operational plans. Candidates interested in this position must have a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of seven years’ experience at the senior level. Expertise in association management acquired through a combination of training and practical experience is preferred. Knowledge of the restaurant industry, a Master’s Degree, and a CAE is desired but not required. Salary range up to $160,000+. See for further information and to apply. (posted 3-4-11)

Business Manager (Royal Oak)
Business Manager – Immediate opening for part-time position at cancer support organization located in Royal Oak. Major duties include: Cash flow management, payroll, payment of bills, check deposits, record keeping, production of monthly financial statements. Works with Executive Director and Development department to ensure recording of fundraising activities. Basic HR responsibilities include payroll, management of benefits and personnel policies. 
Bachelors degree in accounting or related field. Minimum three years experience in accounting and/or business administration required. Knowledge/proficiency in Donor Perfect and Microsoft Office. Nonprofit experience a plus. For full job description, visit resume/cover letter and salary requirements to hhall@gildasclubdetroit.orgNo phone calls. (posted 3-3-11)

Fund Development Executive (Kalamazoo)
Become a key part of the team in a community that is helping to inspire girls to greatness. Partner with major donors in a community to help give girls an experience in Girl Scouting they otherwise may not have. We are searching for an experienced fund development executive who will meet assigned donors to cultivate and solicit donations in assigned region. Must have proven sales talent and want to make a difference in the community. Be part of a team that encourages innovative thinking and commitment to a good cause. Assist in the expansion of community relation efforts. Will successfully manage assigned number of prospects from identification through cultivation and solicitation. Use similar techniques with existing donors. This position works closely with corporations, volunteers, donors and prospects. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience required. Three to six years of fund raising experience/or sales experience necessary. Prior non-profit experience a plus. Excellent supervisory skills are necessary with the ability to develop pluralistic staff and volunteer work teams. Strong human relations and problem solving skills is essential. Requires a high degree of professionalism with proven relationship-building skills. Needs to work independently, managing multiple projects while working well with staff and volunteers. Must possess desire to ensure timely and complete processing of call/donor information. If you are interested please email the following individuals: (HR Director) or (Karen Micklatcher Chief Development Officer) Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is accepting internal and external applications simultaneously. (posted 3-3-11)

Team Leader- Member Services (Saginaw)
Responsible for overseeing assigned staff for the development, extension, management and maintenance of Girl Scout membership within assigned region. This includes recruiting, appointing and releasing volunteers, providing support and supervision to staff, as well as ensuring that all volunteers receive the appropriate training and materials. Ensure the coordination of curriculum with school personnel to ensure program support learning objectives. Develop and implement recruitment, retention, and classic/outreach strategies for girls and adult members in all segments of the population based on research and analysis of community demographics and needs. Supervise assigned membership specialists to deliver Girl Scout programs to adults and girls within assigned jurisdiction. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience necessary. Three to five years of non-profit experience preferred. Excellent supervisory skills are necessary with the ability to develop pluralistic staff and volunteer work teams. Strong human relations and problem solving skills a must. Demonstrated ability to organize and direct complex work assignments and to create and carry out multi-faceted plans. Must possess extensive knowledge of volunteer organizations. Excellent written and oral communication skills with public speaking experience required. If you are interested please email Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan, and jbucsi@gshom.orgGirl Scouts Heart of Michigan is accepting internal and external applications simultaneously.(posted 3-3-11)

Various Positions - Finance Associate, Loan Servicing Specialist (Lansing)
More information is available here. (posted 3-2-11)

Vice President of Lending (Lansing)
Exciting opportunity available for a dynamic individual to fill the position of Vice President of Lending. Position reports directly to the President/CEO, responsible for covering all of Michigan, and can be based in either Lansing or Detroit. Requires excellent working relationships with a variety of constituencies, minimum of (7) seven years work experience in financial structuring and a thorough understanding of underwriting criteria necessary to produce fiscally sound loans. Ability to work with community-based housing developers, supervise staff teams, and thorough knowledge of available sources of affordable housing financing. Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in a human services discipline, urban and regional planning, public administration, or business with a concentration in finance, business or accounting. Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and team-oriented work environment. Please submit resume and letter of interest to: or Opportunity Resource Fund, 1000 S. Washington Avenue, Suite 100, Lansing, MI 48910 not later than March 15, 2011. (posted 3-2-11)

Executive Director (Auburn Hills)
Executive Director, Michigan Council of Women in Technology and Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation.More information is available here(posted 3-2-11)

Program Specialist (Lansing)
In this critical role, you will contribute to the achievements of strategic priorities by supporting communications, planning and social change functions. You will work effectively to achieve a successful project, event, or activity outcome; partner with staff, volunteers and appropriate action groups to ensure implementation of public relations efforts, issues campaigns, community forums, community projects and grassroots organization activities. Play a key role in engaging volunteers at the community level—utilizing new media to enhance the relevancy of AARP in the lives of 50+ members and individuals. Requires: Bachelor’s degree; at least 3 years of experience or the combination of training and experience; exceptional organization, communication/social media, people and computer skills; Ability to work well with diverse populations; experience with graphic design (display ads/brochures) is required. Bi-Lingual—English/Spanish a plus. Qualified applicants are invited to apply online at (posted under “All Available Positions”). (posted 3-2-11)

Executive Director (Lansing)
The Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB) seeks an experienced, dedicated, and visionary Executive Director (ED) with a demonstrated commitment to excellence to lead our organization and add to its exceptional 30-year history of involving, educating, and uniting people to help end hunger in the greater Lansing area.The incoming ED will have• experience managing a complex organization (hiring, supervising, and cultivating staff and contractors, as well as working in partnership with a volunteer board). More information is available here(posted 2-25-11)
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