Saturday, December 10, 2011

EMPLOYMENT:Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - December 9, 2011

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - 
December 9, 2011

Fund Development Specialist (Kalamazoo)
Become a key part of the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan Fund Development team in your community that is helping to inspire girls to greatness. Develop cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for a significant population of annual giving donors. Work to develop ideas to cultivate long lasting relationships and commitments to the GSHOM mission. Analyze market needs data, and utilize the research findings to expand the base of financial support for operational needs. Assist in the expansion of community relation efforts to all assigned region of the Council in meeting the annual fund development goal. Please view full job description here.. If you are interested please email the following individuals: Karen Micklatcher, Chief Fund Development Officer at GSHOM is posting internally and externally simultaneously.

Part-time Accounting Clerk (Southfield)
Qualifications: High school diploma, Two years office experience, preferably in accounting department, spreadsheet and word processing experience. Within the framework of the agency's mission, policies, procedures and resources, the Accounting Clerk provides clerical support to the Accounting Department, including but not limited to filing, typing, data entry and other clerical functions in accordance with department procedures and standard accounting practices. View full job description here. Please email cover letter and resume to

Executive Director (Detroit)
Organization: The Archdiocese of Detroit, Location: Detroit, MI , Pay Range: $120,000 - $150,000 and a comprehensive benefit plan. The Archdiocese of Detroit was formally established in 1833 and serves a population of 1.4 million in six counties including Lapeer, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St.. Clair and Wayne Counties. There are currently 273 parishes, 103 schools, and five colleges, universities or seminaries. This position requires a Master’s degree in business, social work, human services, or a related field from an accredited university and a minimum of seven to ten years of leadership experience. Previous experience in non-profit administration at a senior level as well as experience in consolidation or reorganization is preferred. Successful candidates must have strong communication skills, knowledge of Catholic social teaching, and a passion for Parish life and Gospel values.Position Description:The Executive Director is a newly created position and will work with the Board of Directors to ensure consolidation of social services and efficient operations over six counties. For more information and to apply, visit search is being handled by a search consultant and all inquiries should be directed to the search consultant. To receive full consideration, qualified candidates must submit a letter of interest including salary requirements and an up-to-date resume by December 30th to We expect this position to be filled by February 2012.

PRIME Business Growth Manager (Detroit)
 Full-time position with benefits, reports to Executive Director. Job Responsibilities:Provide technical assistance to microenterprises resulting in business growth; Assistance includes: engagement, technical assistance assessment, action plan development and business counseling; Setting up paper and computer bookkeeping systems; Prepare and maintain client files and notes. Please view full job description. Desired Skills: Business Degree or 3 years of experience managing or owning a business; Ability to work independently as well as with committees and in team settings Preferred: Working knowledge of QuickBooks; Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and database programs; Strong writing and public speaking skills. Please email resume and cover letter to

Part Time Graphic Designer (Ann Arbor)
Objective: Graphic Designer to join our organization to fill an immediate opening. This position is responsible for the creation of design for print, web and multimedia graphics. Individuals must be capable of meeting deadlines and working effectively in a fast-paced environment. Ideal candidates will be passionate and energetic self-starters, highly motivated, hardworking and have experience working with a team. Job Responsibilities: Design and produce marketing materials including brochures, invitations, e-fliers, announcements, newsletters, program books, postcards and other multimedia materials while working within existing brand; Develop concepts and ideas for new marketing materials and suggest updates to exiting marketing materials, invitations, program booklet, and all collateral materials. Please view full job description here. To be considered please submit resume and 3 work samples to

Business Development Professional (Ferndale)
ardentCause L3C, a technology company serving the nonprofit industry with key software solutions is looking for business development talent, with nonprofit contacts and experience. We additionally also offer technology services and planning in conjunction with our unique flagship software: CauseEffectz, which helps nonprofits build capacity and efficiently fulfill their missions.Some of the characteristics and background for this individual include:A minimum of 3 to 5 years in nonprofit business development or fund-raising with a verifiable (strong) track record of success; Demonstrated ability to develop and nurture excellent relationships with nonprofit decision-makers, leaders, executives, Board members, and other stakeholders; Demonstrated ability to quickly understand and articulate nonprofit organizational needs/requirements and match those to solutions. Please view full job description here. Please contact Kathleen Norton-Schock, Chief Connections Officer at ardentCause L3C (via email at with your credentials/resume and a paragraph (or two) describing why you believe you can help us serve nonprofits as they become even more effective.Do Good; Do IT Better. Help Us Change The World.

Manager of Development & Marketing and Communications (Ann Arbor)
Job Summary: Manager of Development & Marketing- Clean Energy Coalition seeks an experienced fundraising and marketing professional who will diversify funding and increase brand recognition of the organization through: individual, corporate, foundation, and government fundraising; use of social and traditional media; special gift appeals and events; and the marketing of organization programs and services. As a core part of Clean Energy Coalition’s leadership team, this position offers an incredible opportunity for a creative, innovative, and talented leader to help shape and grow the organization’s overall development and marketing program and effect positive societal change. This position is roughly 80% focused on development and 20% on marketing. Application Details:These positions are open until filled. No phone inquiries please. Full job descriptions and application details available at:

Director of Senior Transportation Services (Grand Rapids or Muskegon)
The American Red Cross in Western Michigan is looking for a Director of Senior Transportation Services Location City and State:Grand Rapids or Muskegon, MI Provides leadership to plan, organize, direct, coordinate and evaluate the Senior Transportation Service in the West Michigan Region (Grand Rapids and Muskegon Chapters) of the American Red Cross; research, apply for and manage grant opportunities to fund the transportation program; performs other duties as assigned. Four year college degree (BS/BA) in Business, Communications, Logistics, Public Relations, Philanthropy or non-profit administration or equivalent experience required Salary range of $35,000 - $40,000 depending experience. For a complete job description and/or to apply, send resume with salary requirement to: MUST include position title and desired location in subject line.

Director of Grants and Management (Detroit)
Growing non-profit is hring for the newly created position, Director of Grants Management and Administration. This position will have responsibility for all aspects of grant management including preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performance of responsible, professional administrative management in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant and RFP opportunities in the area of healthcare services. The Director is responsible for developing and implementing short and long term strategies as well as realistic revenue and expense budgets. Position is responsible for the identification and development of Program opportunities for the company, and its subsidiaries. This would include programs rolled out through the company network or implemented directly by the company. Also includes developing options and opportunities for company to participate as a program recipient in conjunction with outside public or private enterprises. Please view full job description here. Please e-mail resume to or call me at 1-888-651-8367, x4780.

Full Time Senior Accountant (Plymouth)
Western Wayne County Project on Domestic & Sexual Assault seeks to hire a full-time senior account Responsibilities include:Perform all accounting functions related to the daily operations of funds, including account reconciliation, journal entries, billing and preparation of financial statements, coding, posting, reviewing/analyzing, and billings; Process accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll as a back up to the Finance Associate at various times throughout the year; Prepare/ review all payroll reporting/registers (bi-weekly, quarterly and annual); Prepare for annual audits, reports and surveys; Prepare and monitor program budgets and amendments; Prepare monthly grant analysis. Experience working in a non-profit finance environment required. Associates degree in accounting preferred. Ideal candidate will have excellent analytical skill and the ability to handle multiple tasks at once. Willingness to obtain an understanding of the agency’s contracts and budgets. Knowledge of MIP Fund Accounting and knowledge of A-122 Non-profit guidelines and cost allocation plans a plus.Equal Opportunity Employer. Excellent driving record, current auto insurance required. State and national background criminal background check required, in addition to DHS child abuse clearance. Fax resume and cover letter: 734-416-5555 or email: Judith Ellis at No phone calls please.

Major Gifts Officer-Great Lakes Bay Chapter (Offices in Bay City, Midland, Saginaw) and Genesee-Lapeer Chapter (Office in Flint)
Two Positions - Responsible for identification, research, cultivation, and solicitation of individuals, foundations, and corporations within the geographic area. Facilitates the involvement of key volunteers in identifying, cultivating, and engaging actual and potential Red Cross donors, manages assigned portfolio of major gift donors, supports and cultivates the regional Tiffany Circle program, and meets or exceeds regional and national fund raising revenue goals. It is anticipated this position will be out of the office making donor visits/contacts 70% of the work week.1. Create and maintain portfolio of 125-150 major donor prospects annually. 2. Assigned portfolio of major donors with responsibility to increase their giving levels. 3. Maintain donor information, and giving history for assigned portfolio of donors and prospects including active tracking of moves management.4. Builds and maintains relationships with targeted companies to develop or augment corporate partnership or gifting programs. 5. Supports Chief Development Officer and Chief Executive Officer in cultivation of external relationships.Bachelor’s degree required and at least 5 years of experience in annual giving and major gift fundraising.Send resume and salary history by December 23, 2011: American Red Cross, Terry Vandlen PO Box 30101, Lansing, MI 48909 The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Part Time Director of Fund Development (Midland)
Family and Children’s Services seeks to hire a part-time Director of Fund Development. The Director of Fund Development is responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive fundraising plan to provide stable funding for the Agency’s current and future programs. Required job qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in related field Excellent communication skills, including writing, speaking and editing. Demonstrated success in fundraising a must. Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred. Applicants should send a letter of application, resume and contact information for three references to: Family and Children’s Services, Attn: Janine Ouderkirk, 1714 Eastman Avenue, Midland, MI 48640. E.O.E.

Senior Accountant (Bloomfield Hills)
Perform, with minimum supervision, all accounting functions related to the daily operations of funds, including account reconciliation, journal entries, billing and preparation of financial statements, coding, posting, reviewing/analyzing, and billings; Prepare for annual audit, reports, and surveys; Prepare quarterly donor/agency statements; Analyze financial reports and records; Prepare and monitor program budgets; Provide financial support and analysis to management. REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES: Minimum of 2- 6 years of experience in accounting; Degree in Accounting; Ability to handle multiple tasks in an efficient manner. PREFERRED SKILLS: Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and Financial Edge is helpful; Certified Public Accountant; Prior experience in public accounting. Forward resume and salary requirements to: Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, Human Resources Director 6735 Telegraph Road, P.O. Box 2030, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303 or fax to 248-642-8660. or e-mail to Equal Opportunity Employer

Alumni Development Specialist (Detroit)
The Detroit Public Schools Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting Detroit students. Our mission is to raise, manage and steward funds and other resources to support value-added programs and activities for the benefit of the Detroit Public Schools (DPS) and its students. We seek a full-time Alumni Development Specialist (ADS) with a Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years of fundraising experience, 3-5 years preferred. Suitable candidate will have established relationships across a variety of networks that include DPS alumni. Experience working with alumni preferred.Please view full job description here. The Foundation offers a competitive salary and benefits. Interested applicants please submit a cover letter and resume (up to three pages in length including cover letter) Subject Line: DPSF alumni

Vice President of Fund Development (Southfield)
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation is seeking an experienced professional for the VP of Fund Development. This position will provide leadership and management with primary emphasis on strategic direction, public/community relations and business development. The VP is responsible for planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating all public relations, government affairs and directs the comprehensive fundraising campaign. The VP will assist the PVMF President to direct, manages and coordinate a comprehensive fund-raising program including annual giving, corporate and foundation relations, major gifts/capital campaigns, planned giving and research and advancement services. Ideal candidate must have: Bachelor’s degree required with ten (10) or more years in an executive role and extensive experience in fundraising and campaign leadership. Other qualifications include: Knowledge of media relations, Knowledge of marketing, pubic relations and community relations. Please visit website for more information. Resumes with salary history may be sent to No phone calls please. EOE

Donor Relations Manager (Oak Park)
This position reports to the Development Director and oversees fundraising support activities for a dynamic, growing non-profit organization. Key responsibilities include:Provide database management and general oversight of data entry process; Prepare customized reports for the Development Team; Create data files and reports for direct mail vendors and internal mailings;Oversee acknowledgement preparation, printing and distribution process; Process online donations and import data from direct mail vendor; Develop methods to streamline gift processing; Handle data entry as needed.Qualifications:Experience with fundraising donor database, preferably Donor Perfect; Five years of experience in non-profit development support; Ability to work effectively under pressure with multiple priorities and deadlines; Proficient in Word, Excel and Outlook; Detail-oriented, flexible and enthusiastic. If interested, submit your resume to

Executive Director of Grant Development (Flint)
Mott Community College has recently been named a Top Ten Community College in the country by the Aspen Institute Community College Excellence Award. We are seeking an individual with significant demonstrated experience in securing major grant funding for this position. This person will provide oversight to the Office of Grant Development and be ultimately responsible for insuring that funds are secured for the strategic initiatives of the college. Minimum requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in communications, education, English, public affairs, political science, or a related field; three years in securing grant funds at the federal, state and local level as demonstrated through a portfolio of funded projects; strong communication skills; experience facilitating group meetings; and two years of experience in supervising staff. For additional information and application instructions please access the official posting at Applications received prior to December 9, 2011 will receive first consideration. AA/EOE Apply Here: 

Financial Accountant (Detroit)
The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit seeks a full-time Financial Accountant.Accounting degree required; advanced degree is desirable. 5 years of direct accounting and finance experience, knowledge of budgeting, forecasting, and financial analysis required. Non-profit experience a plus. Experience with computerized applications, preferably QuickBooks. Working knowledge of PC, Apple OSX, and MS Office Suite. General ledger processing through financial statements. Please view full job description here. If interested in applying, please send resume and cover letter marked Attention: Accountant Search, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, 4454 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48201 or email Compensation will be based on experience and other qualifications. Applications will be reviewed immediately and continue until the position is filled. No phone calls please.

Executive Director (Flint)
Organization: Ruth Mott Foundation ( Location: Flint, MI
Pay Range: $150,000 - $190,000 Qualifications:This position requires a Bachelors Degree, with advanced degree preferred. This position requires seven to ten years of proven leadership/management experience in the areas of program development, administration, financial/budget management, and human resource management; with specific knowledge within the nonprofit sector and/or grantmaking foundations or philanthropic organizations. Candidates must have knowledge of, and concern for, the Flint community; in addition to strong strategic planning skills to set strategic direction for the Foundation. For more information and to apply, visit This search is being handled by a search consultant and all inquiries should be directed to the search consultant. Please view full job description here.

Executive Director (Grand Rapids)
Full time position available February 1, 2012. Minimum of 3 years senior management experience in non-profit organization, including fund development, grant writing, budgeting, staff and volunteer recruitment and supervision, community relations, and collaboration with other agencies. Candidate must be concerned with social justice issues and sensitive to ethnic and cultural diversity. Post-baccalaureate degree in relevant field. Please submit your resume with a cover letter by mail to Heartside Ministry, ATTN HM Search Committee, 54 S Division Ave., Grand Rapids, MI 49503 or by e-mail to, by December 20, 2011.

Part Time Administrative Assistant (Clinton Township)
Administrative Assistant for Leadership Macomb, Inc. - Part time position, 20-30 hours per week. Assist Executive Director with the day to day operations of Leadership Macomb. Maintain documents and files, update website and social media sites. Help coordinate program days and special events. Office experience a must. Ability to comunicate effectively and professionally. Proficiency in MS Windows environment including Micorsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point. Flexible schedule averaging 20-30 hours per week, no weekends or evenings. Please email resume and cover letter to

Foundation Program Officer (Ann Arbor)
The Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation ( seeks candidates to fill a new Program Officer position. This individual will play a key role in translating AAACF’s strategic priorities into direct action through grantmaking, scholarship, and community leadership activities.The application deadline is December 9, 2011. For a full job description and application instructions, please visit

Corporate Relations Manager (Detroit)
DSO seeks an eager, energetic, and creative manager to achieve and grow $2.5 million in corporate support through self-initiated and DSO volunteer leadership. The Corporate Relations Manager will take the lead in developing sponsorship strategies and sales materials as well as servicing all existing corporate donors and sponsors. As a member of the DSO Patron and Institutional Advancement team, the successful candidate will have experience in designing and leading sales strategies and tactics which consistently achieve corporate support and sales goals while building a corporate relations network for the DSO’s benefit. Details can be viewed at Qualified candidates should submit resume and cover letter to

Grants Management Assistant (Grand Rapids)
We are a growing Community Foundation looking to fill the following full time position: Grants Management Assistant for Program Department Are you a detail oriented person who enjoys producing high quality work and can meet deadlines? Do you have excellent administrative skills and like being responsible for a number of varied activities and interacting with a diversity of customers? If so, don’t delay, the Grand Rapids Community Foundation wants to hear from you. Visit to learn about this full-time position or send a cover letter and resume to the Human Resource Manager at the Grand Rapids Community Foundation at 185 Oakes Street SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 by Monday 12/5/11. EOE

Part Time Administrative Assistant (Warren)
Applicant should be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Power Point as well as familiarity with Access. Must be organized and detail oriented. There is potential to be full time. Job Description – Data entry and management of records, phone work, filing, record keeping and other office duties. Send resume’ and references to:

Finance Manager (Flint)
Provides fiscal management to the organization. This is a 20 hour per week part time position. Essential Functions: Exercise independent discretion and judgment to meet the goals of the United Way. Provides direct supervision of Finance staff; Prepares necessary fiscal reports and statements required by regulatory bodies and funding sources; Works closely with Board Committees and Agencies to monitor and evaluate annual distribution of agency resources to ensure compliance with all United Way policies and procedures as well as regulatory body requirement for such distribution; Education Requirements:A Baccalaureate degree in Business Administration, Accounting or finance related field. Listing Details: Application deadline: Until Filled Mail Cover Letter and Resume to: United Way of Genesee County ATTN: Human Resources PO Box 949 Flint, MI 48501-0949 Phone: (810) 232-8121, Fax: (810) 232-2898. Please view full job description here.

Executive Director (Dearborn)
Childs Hope is a central voice for the prevention of child abuse and neglect in Wayne County. Child’s Hope builds collaborations and programs that enable children, families and caregivers to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect. The Executive Director leads the overall planning, coordination, and direction of Child’s Hope. The Director develops and maintains all programs in accordance with the mission, policies, and procedures formulated by the Board of Directors. To apply, please submit your resume to: by COB Wednesday, November 23. Please view full job description here.

Major Gifts Officer (Ann Arbor)
Are you interested in career opportunities with the world’s largest humanitarian network? The American Red Cross touches millions of lives each year – do you have the passion and dedication required to join our team and really make a difference? The Major Gift Officer will identify, engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward current and prospective donors, in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable. Depending upon job level and revenue generation scope, may require a minimum from 5 to 10 years of major gifts leadership experience. Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development. This position requires travel within the region. The amount will vary depending upon size and geography of region. Please view full job description here. To apply, please submit resume and salary requirements to - position title and location MUST be in the subject line.

Energy Optimization Program Staff (East Lansing)
Michigan Energy Options is seeking qualified applicants for positions on our Energy Optimization Team. Michigan Energy Options is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has been implementing energy efficiency and renewable energy programs for over 33 years. Our mission is to assist the public and private sectors of Michigan in understanding the value of energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable living practices. We carry out this mission through education, demonstration and implementation of local, state federal programs, utility contract work and fee-for-service in residential and commercial sectors. Michigan Energy Options has offices in Marquette and East Lansing; we work across the entire state of Michigan. Our current positions are Energy Optimization Manager, Data Support Specialist, Administrative Support, and Energy Specialist. Please go to our website to see the full job descriptions and requirements. Please send your resume, cover letter and references to Put the position title in the subject line of your email. Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you.

Senior Executive Assistant (Detroit)
The American Red Cross South Eastern Michigan Chapter is looking for a Senior Executive Assistant Location City and State Detroit, MI Under the direction and guidance of the Chief Executive Officer and the board chair, this position performs a variety of complex secretarial and administrative duties for the Chief Executive Officer of the organization. Performs duties of a highly confidential nature that require comprehensive knowledge of organizational policies, practices and procedures. Maintains a high working knowledge of chapter by-laws. Responsible for scheduling and preparing agendas for meetings and taking and transcribing meeting minutes. Bachelor’s degree in business administration, business management or equivalent professional experience. -OR– High School diploma or equivalent, PLUS, eight (8) years of progressive experience as an executive secretary/assistant. Salary range of $45,000 - $50,000 depending experience. For a complete job description and to apply, send resume with salary requirement to: MUST include position title and desired location in subject line..

Community Chapter Executive (St. Joseph)
The American Red Cross Berrien County Chapter is looking for a Community Chapter Executive (CCE).The position is responsible for representing the American Red Cross in the community. The Berrien CCE will focus externally on core mission delivery, fundraising and being the face of the Red Cross for the media, donors and their communities. Has oversight of Red Cross service delivery, fundraising and external relations within an assigned region or geographic area. Resources the community resilience programs, working with community partners to ensure the communities build local capacity to prepare for, prevent, respond and recover from disasters. Encourages volunteers, youths and young adults engagement and retention in the service delivery plans. Please view full job description here. Four year college degree (BS/BA) Business, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Philanthropy, Finance or non-profit administration or equivalent experience required. Recruitment range of $43,000-$45,000 based on experience.. For complete job description and to apply, send resume with salary requirement MUST include position title and desired location in subject line.

Database and Research Specialist (Traverse City)
Northwestern Michigan College is seeking to fill the following position:Database and Research Specialist
The Database and Research Specialist is responsible for collecting and maintaining data for the Northwestern Michigan College office of Resource Development and the NMC Foundation. This role includes significant responsibilities for data coding and entry, data file uploads and transfers, report generation, and ongoing database maintenance. This individual will serve as the primary database manager supporting the fundraising staff of the organization. Please view full job description here. Join NMC for a career where you will be part of an organization with history, a legacy, and possibility! NMC is a great place to work and offers an excellent, benefits package. For more information or to apply, visit NMC on the web at For assistance with applying online, call 231-995-1377, or e-mail NORTHWESTERN MICHIGAN COLLEGE IS AN EOE.

Race Director (Flint) 
The Crim Fitness Foundation, Inc., a recognized non-profit organization providing leadership in health & wellness programming, is currently seeking a seasoned professional to serve as Race Director for their annual Crim Festival of Races. The Crim Festival of Races is a respected international model for community engagement that attracts runners and walkers from throughout the world to the streets of Flint, Michigan for an annual world-class event. The Crim Festival of Races has a 35-year history of success, achieving a record number of participants in 2011 and remains one of the largest races of its kind in the nation, with over 16,000 annual participants.. The Crim also hosts the largest running/walking training program of its kind in the nation. The Crim is a dynamic organization seeking dynamic staff leadership. If you believe in health, want to make a difference in the lives of others, and have proven success in non-profit event management, submit your letter of interest and resume via fax (810.235.5311) or email to No telephone calls, please.

Executive Director (Grand Rapids)
The Theological Book Network (TBN) is a Grand Rapids, Michigan based non-profit organization committed to engaging the Majority World by providing access to high quality theological materials from the West. TBN is passionate about shared learning across the global kingdom of Christ. We seek a new Executive Director who will bring professional credentials in global higher education and publishing along with an established record of building networks across disciplines and interest groups. Serving as the global spokesperson for TBN, the Executive Director is responsible for overall strategic planning, fund development, organizational development, collaborative partnerships, financial management, staff management and all program operations. Please view full job description here. Send resumes Message title: TBN Job Post No files larger than 1 MB please.Submission deadline: 12/31/11

Data Analyst Part Time (Detroit)
Contractual Position: Data Analyst - Part Time - facilitates management of data in support of ongoing organizational quality improvement efforts. BA/BS in Bus. Admin., Health Info. Management or related field. 2 yrs. experience in healthcare data management and/or quality improvement, or equivalent. Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet. Familiar with Access. Knowledge of statistical analysis, data display, benchmarking. Knowledge of public health, hospital systems, Medicaid billing and medical terminology preferred. Please submit resume and cover letter to

Asthma Educator (Detroit)
Contractual Position - Asthma Educator - 32-40 hours/week. Coordinates resources with WCHAP staff and provides asthma education and case management services for at-risk Medicaid children with asthma. Three yrs. experience in program development, clinical and health education and demonstrated success in area of asthma management, or related respiratory area expertise.. Associates Degree in Nursing with three years experience. Applicants not certified as asthma educator, but with complementary experience must achieve Asthma Certification with six months of hire. Please submit resume and cover letter to

Community Outreach Coordinato (Saginaw)
CAN Council Great Lakes Bay Region seeks an individual to be responsible for coordinating CAN Council community awareness and outreach activities. It shall include, but not be limited to assistance in preparation and management of all awareness and education materials. In addition, this position is responsible for the recruitment, screening, orientation, activation and supervision of the CAN Council volunteer staff. The qualifications of the position include a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, 3 – 5 years experience in working with volunteers as well as coordinating community events and activities, excellent written/oral communication and organization skills a must as well as top-notch presentation skills. Please view full job description here. Email cover letter and resume to For more information on the CAN Council Great Lakes Bay Region please visit our website

Fundraising Campaign Director (Lansing)
PURPOSE: Oversee a fundraising campaign to support the transformation of an existing property in the state offices of Michigan Audubon, the state’s longest-active conservation organization. REPORTS TO: Executive Director. STATUS: Full time (40 hours/week), with occasional evening and weekend hours. START DATE: 1/3/12 SALARY: Commensurate with experience; includes health insurance. DUTIES: Oversee all fundraising activities, including annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, corporate gifts and grants, and fundraising events. Please view full job description here. Driver’s license and vehicle. CONTACT:Send resume, cover letter, and three letters of reference from prior employers or clients where you've been successful as a fundraiser.Email materials to:

Managing Director (Ironwood)
The Historic Ironwood Theatre is seeking a Managing Director. This part time (20 hours/week) professional will manage overall operations of theatre including finance, staffing, program implementation, and internal and external communications. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in relevant field or comparable work experience; computer literacy including Windows, Excel and Quick Books. Compensation commensurate with experience. For a complete job description, visit Submit letter of interest and resume to Tom Williams, Board President, 

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