Saturday, October 15, 2011

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - New Postings

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - October 15, 2011

Director of Human Resources (Grand Rapids)
Full time (35 hours per week) exempt position available at the administrative offices of Planned Parenthood. Primary duties include: development, implementation and legal oversight of HR practices; oversight of the employee benefit package; and shared leadership in agency-wide employee training and leadership development. Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in HR Management or other related discipline with PHR certification (SPHR preferred), plus a minimum of 5 yrs. successful HR management experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Send resumes to Attn: Katrina, PPWNM, 425 Cherry St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. EOE. Resumes accepted until Oct. 24, 2011. (Posted 10-12-11)

Americorps Program Manager (Lansing)
To manage the day-to-day operations of the Michigan Association of United Ways’ Community Navigator (AmeriCorps) program.
Position available immediately. The Community Navigator program will seek to address Michigan’s need for connecting financially struggling families with community resources available. Members will outreach to CBOs to promote integrated access to needed family supports through the 2-1-1 database of community resources and the MiBridges web portal to benefit applications. Please view full job description here. SKILLS: Organize and administer a statewide AmeriCorps program according to requirements set by the Michigan Community Service Commission and the Corporation for National and Community Service, Maintain systems of data collection for reporting and other purposes, Assist with recruiting of AmeriCorps members, and to orient, and train members, Promote the AmeriCorps program to various sectors of the community, Self-motivated, with the ability to take initiative, Detail oriented with excellent quantitative and organizational skills. QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with National Service Programs, Bachelor’s Degree, Experience working with diverse populations, Knowledge of the Michigan health and human service infrastructure preferred. Please send a resume and a cover letter indicating your interests and availability to (Posted 10-12-11)

Development Assistant (Grosse Pointe Farms)
General Summary: Part-Time: Services for Older Citizens is a local Metro Detroit nonprofit organization whose mission is to help the seniors of Grosse Pointes and Harper Woods maintain their independence with dignity. They do this through a variety programs including social work, Meal on Wheels and information assistance.On a regular day-to-day basis the Development Assistant is responsible for assisting the Development Director with fund development, fundraising, special events, marketing, public relations, updating and continuing the upkeep of Donor Database and responsible for advertising for bi-monthly newsletter. The Development Assistant operates under Director of Development and the Executive Director. In addition, the Development Assistant works closely with all staff members. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred, Excellent communication skills, Ability to manage multiple projects.  Experience in development preferred. To Apply: No phone calls, please email all resumes to (Posted 10-11-11)

Director of Volunteers (Grosse Pointe Farms, MI)
General Summary: Full-Time: Services for Older Citizens is a local Metro Detroit nonprofit organization whose mission is to help the seniors of Grosse Pointes and Harper Woods maintain their independence with dignity. They do this through a variety programs including social work, Meal on Wheels and information assistance. The Director of Volunteers recruits, trains, manages and retains over 500 volunteers of all ages. The Director of Volunteers is responsible for providing direction and coordination of all volunteers for all special events, weekly computer classes, ongoing help for homebound seniors, press releases, public relations and database management. The Director of Volunteers operates under the Executive Director in addition to working with all staff members. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred, Excellent communication skills, Ability to manage multiple projects at the same time Great organizational skills. To Apply: No phone calls, please email all resumes to (Posted 10-11-11)

Part-Time Grant Writer (Detroit)
Pewabic Pottery, a historic Detroit cultural arts non-profit organization,seeks a part-time experienced Grant Writer to actively assist in helping the Development Department. Please view full job description here. Qualifications: A minimum of 3 years experience in nonprofit grant writing is required. Bachelor’s degree required (liberal arts concentration), Familiarity with the entire grant writing process from identification of potential funders to submission of the grant as well as the ability to track grant schedules and reporting is essential, A track record of proven success in securing grants is required. Experience in creating grant budgets and an understanding of financial documents is required, Knowledge of the cultural arts funding community is preferred, Experience in creating online grant submissions and the ability and experience in researching grantors online is required, Microsoft Office proficiency is necessary. Ability to write 40-50 grants per year required, Must be an organized detail oriented individual with excellent oral and written communication skills and have the ability to work independently as well as part of the Development team to successfully meet multiple deadlines. Send a cover letter, resume and a writing sample of a successfully funded grant to:Sandy Schuster Director of Development, Pewabic Pottery 10125 East Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48214 , Email at, Fax: 313.626.2102, Pewabic Pottery is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (Posted 10-11-11)

Community Outreach Educator (Ann Arbor)
Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan provides quality healthcare to 50,000 patients. Our service area, where we can provide health and education services and raise funds, is in Berrien, Cass, Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Van Buren, Wayne, Washtenaw, Genesee, Shiawassee and Saginaw counties. We currently have 15 health centers in Ann Arbor (2), Benton Harbor, Brighton, Detroit, East Lansing, Jackson, Lansing, Livonia, Warren, Ypsilanti, Flint, Burton, Owosso, and Saginaw. PPMSM is seeking to fill the following position:Community Outreach Educator - Please visit our website at to review this exciting opportunity! Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and one to two years public speaking or group facilitation experience as well as, experience working with diverse groups, including teens required. In addition to competitive salaries, PPMSM offers outstanding health and welfare benefits including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, 403B and a Section 125 Cafeteria Plan. PPMSM also offers paid-time off to full and part-time benefit eligible employees. Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer PPMSM is a drug-free workplace employer and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing. Please apply online at (Posted 10-11-11)

Benefits Coordinator (Rochester)
Benefits Coordinator Manages fund raising benefits process and providing support to the Events Director. Identifies and develops new benefits and assists in coordinating a community partnership through Rainbow Connection benefits fund raising. Successful candidate will possess public speaking experience, innovative problem solving abilities, efficiency of work production, strong team skills, and a “can do” attitude. Schedule may include nights and weekends. Requires some travel. Qualifications- Bachelor Degree in related field, must be computer proficient, particularly Excel, experience with donor/client management software helpful. Please send or email cover letter and resume, Attn: Personnel Committee, 621 West University, Rochester, MI 48307 or Application Deadline: October 21, 2011. (Posted 10-10-11)

Donated Dental Services (DDS) Coordinator (Okemos)
Dental Lifeline Network - The employee coordinates local Donated Dental Services (DDS) program by providing case management for people with disabilities, elderly or medically at-risk who cannot afford comprehensive dental treatment. Duties: 1. Processes applications. Conducts telephone intake interviews to determine eligibility based on program qualifications. 2. Forwards information about the patient for volunteer dentist to consider for treatment. Refers to specialists as needed and recruits on a case by case basis if needed. Please view full job description here. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or other human services field preferred. Experience: 2 years experience with elderly people or people with disabilities, preferably in a social services setting. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities or qualifications associated with the job. Apply to: Submit cover letter and resume to Dental Lifeline Network provides equal opportunity to all applicants and employees without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, handicap, or veteran status. (Posted 10-7-11)

Executive Director (Lansing)
The Food Bank Council of Michigan (FBCM) is seeking an Executive Director which will serve as the Chief Executive Officer of the Organization. The FBCM is a 501 (C) (3) organization committed to the alleviation of hunger in Michigan and serves as the statewide leadership for its member food banks throughout the state. The Executive Director is responsible for fulfilling the mission of the FBCM which is to strategically position the FBCM and its member organizations to provide food to their respective communities and to create and influence polices, programs, services and advocacy for ending hunger in Michigan. A more complete job description and qualification requirements and additional information about the organization can be found at Compensation package includes salary commensurate with qualifications and experience and an excellent benefit program. Applicants are requested to send a resume and cover letter and a minimum of four professional references via electronic mail to and by postal mail to the Food Bank Council of Michigan, 501 N. Walnut Street, Lansing, MI 48933. Applications must be received by October 31, 2011. (Posted 10-5-11)

Nurse and Social Worker Positions (Detroit)
Adult Well-Being Services (AWBS) a leading non-profit organization providing innovative social work and mental health services throughout Southeastern Michigan is seeking to fill the following positions. Nurses, Part-Time and Full-Time: Community Mental Health Out-Patient Clinic. Complete online documentation requirements and work with a team in providing services to adults with co-occurring disorders. Skills/Experience required: BSN with full license/credentials, two (2) to four (4) years experience in Community Mental Health. Social Worker, Part-Time and Full-Time: Mental Health Program. Provide case management services in the community, individual and group therapy and crisis intervention to consumers with co-occurring disorders. Skills/Experience Required: LLMSW, 1 year experience in Community Mental Health, including co-occurring disorders. Preferred: LMSW and two (2) to three (3) years experience. Qualified Candidates: Please submit a cover letter and your resume via e-mail to Sherry Glenn, Manager of Employee Programs at or fax to (313) 921-9106. You may also visit us online at 10-4-11)

Chief Operations Officer (Warren)
Our Detroit-area based Charitable Organization that provides scholarships, mentoring and other assistance to inner-city “at-risk” youths seeks an enthusiastic and energetic individual for the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer as we launch an aggressive initiative to create a National presence. This position will report directly to the Founder and Board of Directors, and responsibilities will include:• Fund-raising • Coordination of Events • Identification of award recipient candidates • Networking • Lobbying • Maintaining & establishing relationships with mentor candidates • Community Relations • Board of Director Relations • Mentor & Recipient communications This position will require extensive travel as we work to grow Nationally. Interested candidates should have a minimum of a Bachelors Degree with a relevant course of study and should submit a resume of their relevant past experience and salary requirements to the following: Chief Operating Officer, P.O. Box 428, Troy, MI 48099. (Posted 10-4-11)

Membership Specialist (Lansing)
Be a part of the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan as a very active and professional membership specialist. We have a position available to provide experiences for girls in the Lansing community. Candidates are responsible for overseeing designated region for the development, extension, management and maintenance of Girl Scout membership within assigned territory. This includes recruiting, appointing and releasing volunteers, providing support and supervision to volunteers, as well as ensuring that all volunteers receive the appropriate training and materials. Please view full job description here. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent is required. Non-profit and/or youth service organization experience a plus. Skills include knowledge or experience in recruiting and motivating volunteers, excellent verbal and written communications skills. Ability to train, and mentor assigned volunteers required. Must have own transportation, the ability to travel within the jurisdiction and the ability to work within a flexible schedule. Please email your resume and cover letter to: (HR Director) and Jackie Bucsi, Chief Membership Officer from Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan. GSHOM is accepting internal and external applications simultaneously. (Posted 10-4-11)

Executive Director (Lansing)
A newly formed statewide healthcare consortium is seeking an energetic, forward thinking executive director with experience in healthcare administration and policy development. Prior experience working with health professionals a plus. The position is based in Lansing, Michigan with some travel required. The candidate will be involved in all aspects of organizational leadership and management including H.R., finance, strategic development and implementation and will function as the primary spokesperson for the consortium. A Masters degree in public health, public administration, business administration or a related field is preferred.  How to apply: Submit cover letter and resume to (Posted 10-4-11)

Director and Communications (Fairview)
Director of Michi-Lu-Ca and Communications for Living Water Ministries, position located in Fairview, MI. General Responsibilities: Provide oversight, direction, and shared vision for the facilities, staff, and programming of Michi-Lu-Ca and Day Camp. Create, implement, and direct a comprehensive plan for Living Water Ministries communications including traditional and contemporary forms of media in an effort to effectively publicize programs and in support of the Annual Fund development plan. Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a four year college or university degree, preferably in one of the following fields: children or youth, ministry, communications, sales, business or camp management. Additionally, the successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in financial management and budgeting, writing, fundraising, sales, camping ministry, and strategic planning. Deadline: October 21st, 2011. For a full job description visit Please submit inquiries, cover letter, and resume to 9-30-11)

Philanthropic Services Officer (Detroit)
Philanthropic Services Officer, Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, is responsible for a wide range of asset development, donor stewardship and program activities to develop and secure major financial support for the Foundation. Responsibilities: Identify, research, cultivate and track prospects and secure gifts to meet annual gift goals; Develop, implement and manage asset development plans ensuring growth for the Foundation; Manage process for securing annual recurring gifts to the Foundation.Please view full job description here.  Qualifications:  Professional or Master’s level degree in law, tax, financial planning or related fields; Minimum 5 years of increasing responsibility in fundraising for nonprofit organizations and a demonstrated record of significant achievement in estate planning or major/planned gift philanthropy; Demonstrated ability to think creatively, critically and analytically; Write clearly, concisely and persuasively; Manage multiple tasks while meeting tight and frequent deadlines; and Work collaboratively with and on teams, and with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Knowledge of fundraising best practices, standards and ethics. Capacity to engender trust and confidence among staff, volunteers, donors, Trustees, corporations, non-profit organizations and professional advisors. Email cover letter and resume to Diana Greig 9-30-11)

Various Technology Positions (Waterford)
Oakland Schools has openings for an Application Analyst and a Business Support Specialist. The Application Analyst collaboratively designs, develops, installs, maintains and modifies software applications or integrated programs; analyzes user requirements and recommends appropriate application or modifications. BA Computer Science, Information Technology or related field.5 years related experience. Ability to sit at computer for extended periods of time and properly operate required office equipment.  The Business Support Specialist provides support to users of Oakland Schools’ financial, HR/payroll and other business software. Provides training, assistance and consultation to staff. Associate’s degree. 2 years related experience. Ability to properly use tools and equipment necessary in conducting training workshops. Ability to sit at computer for extended periods of time and properly operate required office equipment. To view complete job descriptions and apply, visit our website at EOE (Posted 9-30-11)

Program Coordinator (Okemos)
Michigan Health Council (MHC) Program Coordinator FLSA: Exempt
General Summary: MHC is seeking a coordinator to manage program operations, develop and implement member communication plans and support program expansion efforts. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with marketing and development activities for the ACE System. Please view full job description here. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:Bachelor’s or comparable 4-year degree required. Masters Preferred; Extensive computer knowledge required, including Microsoft Office with heavy emphasis on knowledge of Excel. Experience with public speaking and presentations to disparate groups a plus; Extensive customer service skills, to include customer needs assessment, developing and meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction; Critical Thinking — Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. To apply for this position please email a cover letter and resume to with the subject line: MHC Program Coordinator. (Posted 9-30-11)

Various Positions (Lansing)
The Early Childhood Investment Corporation is currently seeking to fill several positions. This includes: VP of External Affairs, Director of Communications, Great Start Program Manager and a Great Start Consultant. Please contact for more information. (Posted 9-30-11)

Executive Director (Lansing)
Old Town Commercial Association(OTCA) Executive Director Position Duties: The OTCA Executive Director oversees all aspects of the OTCA office and manages the Old Town Main Street Program. The position requires a significant commitment and the willingness and ability to work extensive hours including evenings and weekends. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and will uphold the OTCA bylaws and annual work plans. Please view full job description here. The ideal candidate should have: At least five years of education and work experience combined in one or more of the following: non-profit; small business development; public relations; local government; community organizations; fundraising; event planning; historic preservation; sociology; communications; urban planning; architecture; or a related field. Direct experience with a Main Street program is a significant plus; Excellent written and verbal skills. For a complete job description visit the OTCA website at and follow “About Us” and “Staff”. Direct questions to 517.485.4283. To apply, send cover letter, resume, references, salary history and a writing sample by October 4 at 5pm to: OTCA 1232 Turner St Lansing, MI 48906 Or (Posted 9-30-11)

Director (South Oakland County)
 A National Nonprofit is seeking a Department Head (F/T).   Must have strong leadership skills with proven track record of managing at least 8 staff & volunteers, attention to detail, good with charting trends and participation numbers. Strong marketing for event recruitment a must. $4 million budget. Weekend and evening work 25% of the time. Salary: $50s.  Resumes only to: (Posted 9-27-11)

Part Time Finance Director (Detroit)
American Indian Health and Family Services (AIHFS) seeks a part-time Finance Director. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Planning, directing and controlling the agency's financial and administrative functions, Assisting in the development of effective strategic, financial and human resources planning and information for the agency. Please view full job description here. The ideal candidate will hold a master’s in business administration, accounting or finance with two years non-profit experience or a bachelor’s-level CPA with three to five years experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in government non-profit accounting (OMB A-122 and A-133) a plus. Preferred candidate also will have knowledge of community health centers and patient accounts. AIHFS is a non-profit, ambulatory health center, providing quality, culturally integrated behavioral health counseling and medical and preventative dental care to Native American families and other underserved populations in Southeast Michigan. Send resume and cover letter, salary requirements and a list of three references to or fax same to (313) 846-0150 or mail to AIHFS, ATTN: HR, PO Box 810, Dearborn, MI 48121. (Posted 9-27-11)

Development Director (Bay City)Bay Area Community Foundation, Bay County, MI, is seeking a Development Director who will be responsible for advancement efforts which involve creating new endowment funds, increasing existing funds, and enhancing donor relations to help the Foundation achieve its overall mission and objectives. The Development Director helps manage, develop, and enhance donor services through the cultivation and expansion of new and current donor relationships and services, as well as through quality relationships with all constituents of the Foundation and community. Reporting to the President & CEO, he/she assists in formulating ideas, marketing strategies and planned giving programs that strategically enhance the areas of fund development, donor development, and donor education. Submit resume and salary requirements by October 14, 2011 to Eileen A. Curtis, Bay Area Community Foundation, 1000 Adams Street, 200, Bay City, MI 48708 or Job description

Director of Development (Jackson)
Cascades Humane Society in Jackson, Michigan is seeking an experienced, highly motivated Director of Development and Marketing to lead, coordinate and implement a comprehensive relationship based fundraising program. The successful candidate will also develop and implement a comprehensive marketing plan to increase brand visibility for CHS including social media. Please view full job description hereMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written/oral communication, public speaking and problem solving skills, Strong assessment/judgment skills especially under stressful conditions, Ability to evaluate and interpret data, along with forecasting and planning skills, High degree of initiative; strong time management skills; ability to work collaboratively in a team environment, Proven experience with data analysis and use of donor management systems, Demonstrated experience in marketing, public relations, graphic design or high level corporate sales, may be substituted in lieu of formal development experience. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Bachelor’s degree with fundraising, marketing and/or volunteer management experience, Demonstrated success in the areas of major donor development, marketing or public relations, Advanced computer skills including the ability to use GiftWorks, MS Word, Excel, and Access, Website design and social media management experience. APPLICATION PROCESS: Please submit resume and a detailed letter of interest including wage and benefit expectations to Screening of applicants will begin upon receipt and will continue until the position is filled. (Posted 9-27-11)

Finance Officer Manager (Detroit)
Small, private, nonprofit seminary seeks full time Finance Office Manager who is responsible for maintaining the financial, administrative and accounting services of Ecumenical Theological Seminary. Ecumenical Theological Seminary is housed in a historical setting in midtown Detroit. With direction from the VP of Administration, it is the responsibility of the finance manager to support internal controls and procedures, prepare financial statements, prepare payroll, maintain cash, accounts payable, accounts receivable and process Financial Aid.  Please view full job description here. Email letters of interest, request the full job description, or send resumes to Margaret Priest at The seminary has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and to maintaining working and learning environments that are free of all forms of discrimination. Ecumenical Theological Seminary is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (Posted 9-26-11)

Finance Associate (Detroit)Entrepreneurial based services firm evolving to a professional/systems based enterprise, has an immediate opening for a results based person in Metro Detroit.Duties include full responsibility for timely and accurate financial reporting. Must be willing to personally perform basic accounting tasks while supervising a staff of four and analyzing data for other members of Senior Management team.Specific tasks: Evaluate actual results in relation to budget, Communicate organization performance and suggestions for improvement, Develop efficient work policies and procedures with CFO, Prepare monthly balance sheet, income statement and cash flow reports for internal management and lenders. Please list software system knowledge. Candidates must currently reside in Metro Detroit. Please email resume to (Posted 9-26-11)

Grant Writer/ Researcher (Warren)Macomb Community College-located in the northeast area of Metropolitan Detroit.
Coordinates, develops, and submits grant proposals to external sources such as federal, state, corporate and foundation sources to secure external funding that compliments the institutional priorities of MCC. Bachelor's degree required. Must have three (3) years experience in successful grant research and writing. Experience managing the grant proposal process for federal, state and foundations grants in an educational setting preferred. Please view full job description here. Variable hours, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate department needs. Travel between campuses and to off-campus locations may be required. May work from any campus location. Salary Range: $44,144 - $$62,630, Benefits: Insurances, pension, TSA, tuition waivers. Apply by 10-21-11. For notice and online application system, visit  Required Documents: Resume, cover letter, and transcript (degree required for position).  EEO EMPLOYER: Michigan Relay Center 1.800.649.3777 (Voice and TDD).  (Posted 9-29-11)

Administrative Assistant (Lansing)Michigan Bankers Association is seeking a part time administrative assistant. Approximately 30 hours per week. Job Description: Schedules and coordinates internal and external meetings and conferences. Assists with month end reports and mailings. Organizes, prepares and handles various communications, records, filing systems, correspondence, reports, agendas, announcements and minutes. Assists with follow-up phone calls for product sales, mailing/emailing sales flyers and proofing printed material. Works with independent contractors to obtain necessary documentation. Qualifications: The ideal candidate must possess strong communication skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task and problem solving skills. A working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and the ability to learn other computer systems is required. Title Insurance experience a plus. Submit resume and cover letter to 9-22-11)

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