Friday, August 26, 2011

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - August 25, 2011

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - August 25, 2011

Director of Quality and Compliance (Detroit)
Master's degree in human service field or Quality Management with four years of experience in mental health and/or child welfare. Quality improvement/assurance experience, familiar with COA, MDCH, and DHS standards, and Michigan Mental Health Code. Experience in Quality/Compliance management. Please submit resume and cover letter to 8-24-11)

Executive Director/Fundraiser (Hillsdale)
Hillsdale County United Way (HCUW) is looking for a self-starter who can work independently, actively reaching out to all sectors of the Hillsdale County community via campaign initiatives, presentations, impact projects and media releases to raise funds to improve the lives of the needy within Hillsdale County. The candidate should have outstanding people skills, and the ability to be the public face of the HCUW. The candidate will be a person of high integrity who together with the HCUW Board of Directors will carry out HCUW's fiduciary responsibilities in the collection, control and dispersal of HCUW campaign finances, keeping track of all income and expenses, and providing absolute fiduciary transparency. Send your detailed resume together with the names of three references to Hillsdale County United Way 43 North St. Hillsdale, MI 49242 by August 31st. (Posted 8-24-11)

Volunteer Engagement AmeriCorps*VISTA 2011-2012 (Statewide)
VISTA members are placed in Volunteer Centers throughout the state of Michigan to enhance the quality and quantity of volunteer opportunities, build awareness and relationships between the volunteer center and its surrounding community and recruit and train community volunteers. Specific responsibilities may vary based on placement, however, VISTA members will generally be responsible for the following: Please view full job description and qualifications here. Benefits: An Eli Segal AmeriCorps Education Award or End of Service Stipend upon completion of the term of service; Loan forbearance for qualified student loans; Health Care Coverage ; Childcare assistance (if eligible); Full-time experience and professional networking opportunities; Ongoing professional development opportunities. For VISTA opportunities located in: Detroit, Port Huron, St. Joseph/Niles, or Flint, For VISTA opportunities located in: Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Petoskey, Sault Ste. Marie, or Battle Creek 8-23-11)

Information and Systems Coordinator (Bloomfield)
Will develop and implement strategies that enhance the functionality and utilization of Cranbrook’s development database by the Schools Advancement staff. Will focus primarily on writing queries and exports, preparing data for direct mail, email, and phone solicitations, and developing reports to help direct fund-raising goals and strategies. Please view full job description here. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in related fields or equivalent technical training required; familiarity with development and/or non-profit working environment preferred; min. of 3 years experience with database management, querying and reporting; expert in report writing application techniques (Crystal Reports preferred); experienced in working with team members in solving technical problems and the synthesis of technical information to develop solutions; proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint; strong analytical skills; demonstrated ability to multitask and manage deadlines; experience with web platforms will be favorably considered.Please send resume and completed Employee Application to: Cranbrook HR, P.O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801, or fax 248-645-3014 or email Our Application form can be downloaded from the Employment Page on our website at 8-18-11)

Campus Compact Americorps Member (Dearborn)
Michigan Campus Compact is recruiting for three AmeriCorps*VISTA positions with the University of Michigan-Dearborn to serve in their Community Involvement and Volunteerism Center. VISTAs will work to:Forge mutually beneficial partnerships between community-engaged faculty and local-regional community organization and serve as a broker to seek out and establish curricular and co-curricular engagement opportunities between the community partners and the University faculty, staff, and students. Please view full job description here. Qualified applicants must have strong excellent written and oral communication skills, organizational skills, and leadership capabilities. To apply, visit 8-18-11)

Finance Associate (Royal Oak)
State Voices seeks a full-time Finance Associate to assist in managing the finances and administrative aspects of the organization. Candidates must be able to work with a fast paced team and be self-motivated. They must be able to multi task, willing to travel to quarterly Board and organizational meetings. Candidate will report to the Director of Finance and Administration. Please view full job description here. Compensation: Salary negotiable depending on background and experience; position could be filled as an employee. Location: Office is located in Detroit, Michigan. To Apply: Materials accepted until August 24th, 2011. Send resume and cover letter to Julie Funke, Director of Finance & Administration, State Voices, at 8-16-11)

Executive Director (Jonesville)
Position Opening: Executive Director for Key Opportunities, Inc., Hillsdale, MI ( a community based rehabilitation facility). Base Annual Salary: $65,000 minimum; BS/BA required with additional training in vocational rehabilitation desirable; Begin: about December 5, 2011; Closing: September 23, 2011; Application Information:; Education Associates of MI, LLC, P. O. Box 114, Jonesville, MI 49250, telephone/fax: 517-849-9522, . Request information brochure, application form, release forms (cover letter, application form, release forms, resume, proof of college, 3 letters of recommendation). (Posted 8-16-11)

Chief Executive Officer (Haslett)
Disability Network/Michigan (DN/M) works to maximize the effectiveness of Michigan’s fifteen Centers for Independent Living to create inclusive communities across the state, and is currently seeking a Chief Executive Officer. This full-time position will telecommute with moderate to heavy travel throughout Michigan. The successful candidate will have: senior level executive leadership experience; exceptional interpersonal skills; experience working with the legislative process; personal or professional experience with disabilities; the ability to develop short and long term strategies, and to address complex issues. Starting salary range is $60,000 - $80,000, dependent on benefits package. Deadline for application (cover letter, resume, 2 references) is 5:00 pm on September 6, 2011. Please send to 8-16-11)

Director (Detroit)
Director, Community Preschool: Sunshine Community Preschool is a smaller-sized, non-profit preschool with thirty years of presence in the City of Detroit. We are seeking a director to supervise staff and guide our programming. Position also includes relating to community partners and supervising the business plan. Experience as a preschool teacher and as a supervisor preferred. Please send a resume and cover letter by August 25th to Evelyn Postell-Franklin, Board Chair, at 8-15-11)

Program Coordinator (Lansing)
The Campaign for Justice (the “Campaign”) is a non-profit organization committed to reforming trial-level, appellate, and juvenile delinquency indigent defense services in Michigan. For full program coordinator position announcement, go to Program Coordinator for the Campaign will work with the Director and Deputy Director to develop and implement the Campaign strategic plan. Please view the full job description here. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of experience and education required. Work experience with advocacy organizations and campaigns a plus. Excellent writing, computer (Microsoft Office programs), website management and communications skills required. Must be organized, detail oriented, and able to work effectively under pressure independently, individually and in team settings. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with multiple communities and in diverse settings are a must, as well as a demonstrated commitment to civic engagement, non-profit capacity building and collaboration. Some travel, weekends and evenings required. Compensation: This is a full-time, 40-hour a week, at-will, grant-funded position. Salary is negotiable depending on background and experience. Benefits package included. To apply: Please email a resume, cover letter including salary requirements, and references by August 26, 2011 to Include “program coordinator application” in subject line. (Posted 8-15-11)

Positions are posted daily on the Michigan Nonprofit Job Center at


Follow FREEISMYLIFE on Facebook
blog comments powered by Disqus