Thursday, April 28, 2011

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - April 28, 2011

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - April 28, 2011

Web Designer (Home Location and Lansing)
Activities/Responsibilities: Create an online learning system for Michigan Campus Compact’s College Positive Volunteerism curriculum; Incorporate aspects of the KnowHow2Go campaign , including KH2GO’s Mentor resources into this online system; Integrate local resources available on, as well as information and resources on college access and success, Campus Compact, and the Lumina Foundation into the online system through links, discussion board prompts, sample activities, and online quizzes about these partner organizations; Work with MCC staff to create a function within the online learning system for capturing user feedback and evaluation of the site’s training components; Develop a mechanism for capturing data on the number of college students and K-12 youth exposed to the information on this online system; Meet with MCC staff members to learn the training needs of those who will use the system. Qualifications/Experience:Graduate student or recent college graduate with web design experience; Understanding of online learning systems such as Blackboard and Moodle; Knowledge of acquiring a web domain; Demonstrated minimum college GPA of 3.0 or better. Anticipated Project Duration: June 1, 2011 – August 30, 2011. Number of hours per week: Approximately 16 (most work can be performed remotely, meetings and time in the Lansing office will be required). Project Compensation: $4,000. Application Deadline: May 13, 2011. To apply send a resume, one writing sample and/or link to sample web design work, a letter of interest, and a professor recommendation via email or U.S. Mail to: Michelle Snitgen, 1048 Pierpont, Suite 3, Lansing, MI 48911, No phone calls please. View full job descriptiohere(Posted 4-26-11)

Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations (Ypsilanti)
The Eastern Michigan University Foundation (“EMUF”) is an institutionally related nonprofit corporation that solicits and manages funds on behalf of Eastern Michigan University (“EMU”). We work every day to continue our long tradition of helping students and programs at EMU. We would not be successful in our endeavor without the support of our donors, friends and the greater community. EMUF is seeking an experienced, energetic and motivated individual to join our development team to solicit major gifts from corporations, foundations and selected individuals for EMU. Primary Responsibilities include: • Managing a portfolio of 75 corporate and foundation prospects for solicitation. • Working with faculty and staff to develop, write, and submit proposals for corporate and foundation donors. • Strengthen the volunteer network for the purpose of increasing financial support. E-mail cover letter, resume, and a list of three references to: Jill Hunsberger, Chief Development Officer
emu_foundationhr@emich.eduResumes are due by May 20, 2011. Eastern Michigan University Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The Foundation actively encourages applications from women and members of underrepresented groups. Please see the full job description here(Posted 4-21-11)

Project Manager (Lansing)
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Michigan Association of United Ways is seeking a Project Manager to maximize the Michigan Benefits Access Initiative’s (MBAI) impact, to manage the development of a training module and implement MBAI capacity building/training statewide. This position provides a unique opportunity for an individual with experience in project management, training, and work supports to champion a growth-oriented, entrepreneurial; high-impact statewide benefits access initiative. RESPONSIBILITIES: Spearhead and manage the development of an MBAI training module; Implement an MBAI capacity building strategy statewide for nonprofits to become MBAI sites, strategy includes partner recruitment, training, mini-grant administration and performance to ensure all milestones are met or exceeded; Develop and manage data tracking systems to monitor and improve capacity building outcomes; Implement a communication strategy including a web-based communication portal to coordinate information sharing among partners for capacity building; Develop and manage a robust centralized training schedule, engage partner networks in implementation; QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors degree required; Strong project management capability, meets timelines and is accountable; Experience in the field of asset building, health and human services, and/or economic development; Skilled in using innovative web and database technologies for project management and partner engagement; Thrives in outcomes-oriented and fast-paced environment. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Please send a resume, a writing sample and a cover letter indicating your interests and availability to Nancy Lindman at the Michigan Association of United Ways. In the subject line of your email, please write “MBAI Manager.” (Posted 4-20-11)

Local Coordinators (Various Locations)

International Experience is seeking local coordinators to place and support high school students from around the world in US schools and volunteer host families. Training is provided, including Dept. of State rules, which must be followed. Perfect for someone with good school and community contacts, who wants to work flexible hours. Local Coordinators are paid $850 for each student they place and supervise for an academic year. Independent contractor position, supplemental income only. We also offer international travel incentives. Please send your resume to: or visit our website to apply (Posted 4-20-11)

Director of Quality and Clinical Services (Lansing)
Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) is pleased to announce we are now accepting applications for a newly created position, Director of Quality and Clinical Services. The basic role of the Director will be to lead MPCA clinical quality activities, ensuring that Community Health Centers are the very best at delivering quality, comprehensive, and community responsive health care.. Position description and application information is available at MPCA website, www.mpca.netApplications will close on May 16, 2011. Please provide us with a typewritten response to topic below. Keep your response to 500 words or less. Submit response with your cover letter and resume by May 16, 2011. Describe your approach to transformational change in health care. Explain the models for improvement you will utilize to move MPCA forward and assist the health centers in achieving high quality comprehensive health services. How to apply: Submit cover letter, resume, and response to question to No phone calls please. (Posted 4-20-11)

Development Coordinator (Flint)
Flint-based non-profit residential treatment facility is accepting applications for the Development Coordinator position to lead the agency’s development efforts, which includes annual campaigns, special events, grant-writing, corporate giving, volunteer engagement, and donor prospecting. Experience with major gifts, social media, and capital campaigns are a plus. Coordinator will be responsible for generating new revenue sources throughout the state, executing donor prospecting activities, and leading cause-related marketing efforts. Must be comfortable speaking in public and leading volunteer teams as well as working non-traditional hours, including weekends. Must possess high energy and strong oral and written communication. Requires Bachelor’s degree in public relations or related field plus a minimum of 4 years development experience. Interested individuals must submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements and 2 professional samples in addition to completing the online application at www.whaleychildren.orgE.O.E. (Posted 4-19-11)

Administrative Coordinator (Northville) 
SUMMARY: Part-time Administrative Coordinator (20-30 hrs/wk) will work as an employee of the Northville Educational Foundation ("NEF") to administer the policies of the NEF, coordinate fundraising activities, and coordinate fund distribution consistent with the mission of the NEF. COMPENSATION RANGE: $25-$35/hour (commensurate with experience. No benefits offered) EXPECTED STATE DATE: July 1, 2011 METHOD OF APPLICATION: Interested applicants should send a letter of intent, resume, a copy of their transcripts and application to: Northville Public Schools, Mr. Donald E. Thomas Director of Human Resources, 501 W. Main Street, Northville, MI 48167 APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 29, 2011 by 4:00 PM or until filled. The application is available for printing on the Northville Educational Foundation website: the full job description here. (Posted 4-19-11)

Office Assistant (Lansing)
The School Community Health Alliance of Michigan(SCHA-MI) seeks an Office Assistant to provide a variety of general office support and clerical services to the staff, administrative support to the Executive Director, coordinate office operations, support to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, and other duties as assigned. This position requires excellent customer service and a high level of professional interactions with the Board of Directors, SCHA-MI members, staff, vendors, contractors, policy makers, and other key stakeholders. This position may require some travel and weekend and evening hours. Minimum Associates Degree with 2 years experience. Candidate must be proficient in all current MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Microsoft graphic design applications. Must be detail-orientated with strong organizational skills. Legislative and non-profit experience preferred. Email Resume, Cover Letter and Salary Requirements to (Posted 4-15-11)
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