Saturday, July 28, 2012

EMPLOYMENT : Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - July 26, 2012

 Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - July 26, 2012

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Vice President and Director of Development (Grosse Pointe Farms)
The Grosse Pointe War Memorial Association ( is seeking a highly motivated individual with a successful track record to become its new Vice President and Director of Development. This position offers a competitive salary, benefits and the privilege of supporting an organization whose mission is to honor those who served our country in the armed forces, and to provide educational, cultural, civic and patriotic programs, services and facilities to enrich the lives of the regional community. This full time position dedicates its time to developing and securing major and mid-level gifts, managing the Annual Fund, growing the Endowment, grant writing, sponsorships, membership, marketing, supporting the Board of Directors initiatives, and stand in for the President as necessary. The candidate must have held an executive level position for the last three years with significant experience in major and mid-level fund raising with the demonstrated ability to secure multi-million dollar gifts. The candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree, but a master’s degree is preferred. The candidate must be gregarious, enthusiastic and energetic; someone who has a fresh perspective on fundraising, regarding it as a creative process to accomplish a specific goal. The candidate must thrive on making new contacts and bringing potential donors together to meet the needs of the organization whether individuals, corporations or foundations. Please respond by email only: Send a cover email and attached resume

Program Director (Royal Oak)
Gilda’s Club Metro Detroit is seeking a full time program director to manage the program department at our cancer support community. Major duties include: supervise staff, plan/develop program activities and calendar (lectures, workshops, social events, etc), manage monthly/quarterly activity statistics and reporting, facilitate support groups and interact regularly with members/volunteers. Candidate must have excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills, computer proficiency and database management skills. Must be willing/able to work flexible schedule, including every Thursday evening and other evenings as needed. Master’s degree in social work or counseling with full license, five (5) years post graduate experience and two (2) years supervisory experience are required. Group facilitation and familiarity with statistics (tracking attendance, outreach, evaluations, etc) are highly desired. For full job description,, click om Our Organization, then Staff. Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements Cover letters without salary requirements will NOT be considered. NO phone calls.

Michigan Program and Trek Coordinator (Detroit)
We are seeking a seasoned youth development professional with experience living and/or working in developing countries. Program Overview: 60% of this position focuses on running our youth development after-school program, which use community service, fundraising for developing countries, and education as its vehicle to youth empowerment. Trek Overview: The other 40% focuses on preparing and leading a team through the Trek for Knowledge enrichment program – an opportunity for students to experience life in a developing country while working alongside community members to construct a schoolhouse. Program Coordinator Duties: • Support and supervise buildOn after-school programs (approximately 100 students total) to initiate and sustain weekly community service work, education initiatives and to reach fundraising goals. • Deliver interactive presentations to high school classrooms of the buildOn school you supervise. • Maintain and manage accurate records and data of student activity and submit monthly progress reports. Plan, organize, and facilitate large-scale, weekend group service projects. Trek Coordinator Duties: • Work with Trek Manager to select Trek teams which includes: preparing applications; working with other Program Coordinators to recruit applicants; interviewing candidates, communicating with parents, and selecting Trek participants • Lead Trek for Knowledge in the field which includes: school construction; rural host family stay; cultural workshops; language instruction; daily reflection; journaling; and free time • To view full job posting, please go to: 

Transportation Supervisor (Greenville)
To oversee transportation system of Threshold Academy and EightCAP, Inc. Responsible for scheduling, maintenance, regulatory inspections, licensure of vehicles, hiring, supervising, training and evaluating staff. Drives school bus as needed. MSBO Director of Transportation Certification, MDE Transportation Supervisor Certification, and valid CDL, Group B, with P.S. and Air Brake Endorsement necessary. Good supervisory experience and good driving record required. Salary: $38,286 - $45,942 with good fringe benefit package. Open until filled. Apply to Personnel Manager, EightCAP, Inc., 904 Oak Drive -Turk Lake, Greenville, MI 48838. Fax#616-754-7816. EOE/ADA

Director of Business Development and Marketing (Ypsilanti)
Community Alliance, a 501c3 agency in Ypsilanti MI is seeking an experienced Director of Business Development and Marketing (DBDM). Reporting to the CEO, the DBDM serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting Community Alliance. In partnership with the CEO, this position is responsible for all fundraising and development activities. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to build Community Alliance’s visibility, impact, and financial resources. The DBDM also will design and implement a comprehensive plan for developing key external alliances by cultivating contract/funder relationships, as well as individual and philanthropic support.The DBDM will have primary responsibility for establishing and implementing the infrastructure needed to grow a $5M budget through the solicitation of major gifts, federal and state grants, special events, and corporate and foundation support. S/he will expand and diversify Community Alliance’s donor base/pipeline and work closely with other team members to secure funding for new initiatives. It is expected that the amount raised by Community Alliance will increase each year as the DBDM systematically and effectively strengthens the organization's overall fundraising capacity. This position is fulltime and includes benefits and a salary commensurate with experience and education. To apply, send cover letter, salary requirements and three professional references via email by August 3, 2012 - Subject Line HR/DBDM Details at

Program Specialist (Lansing)
The Michigan Primary Care Association is actively seeking a Program Specialist (Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act Outreach and Enrollment Grant Cycle 2. This a temporary full-time position ending August 16, 2013. General Description: Under the leadership of the Project Director, coordinates and oversees a program focused on ensuring children enrolled in public health insurance, both Medicaid and MIChild, retain their coverage through implementation of a text/voice reminder messaging system and redetermination assistance. Responsibilities: 1.Development and maintenance of contracts and agreements with participating partners and service providers. 2.Management of secure beneficiary data transfers, data matching, case management system maintenance and data analysis. 3.Execution of text message-based, email and voice broadcast coverage reminder systems. 4.Partnership development with and indirect oversight of locally based partner Health Center staff and the project call center in providing redetermination assistance. 5.Monthly data collection, best practice generation, program quality measurement and progress reporting. Performance Requirements: •Oral and written communications skills at a level typically acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s degree program. Master’s preferred. •Very strong technological skill set including online programs, databases, Microsoft Office including Excel and Access, online surveying and moderate data analysis. •Knowledge of the Michigan health, human and community services infrastructure and related organizations. •Experience in federal grant program development, budgeting and reporting.To Apply: Send your cover letter, resume and a brief (one page or less) essay on the reason you would like to serve in this position to Cindy Shaw,, by August 8, 2012. No Phone Calls

Executive Director (Muskegon)
Every Woman's Place and Webster House Youth Services in Muskegon, MI ( is seeking a new Executive Director to lead a large, dynamic agency serving in and at-risk youth and domestic and sexual assault survivors. The ideal candidate possesses a Master's degree in Education, Social Work, COunseling, Public Administration or related field and five+ years of experience in working with the populations served. Must be a strategic visionary, possess a strong client service orientation, and have experience in human resource management and development, a track record of community leadership, knowledge of positive youth development and empowerment philosophies and possess a level of political savvy. Contact Mary Villaneuva, Board Secretary for application information at 231-724-7139 or via e-mail at

Technology Integration Specialist (Grosse Pointe Farms)
The Technology Integration Specialist trains and teams with classroom teachers in the use of technology to support instruction. The specialist uses his or her knowledge of teaching strategies to help design and implement projects in collaboration with teachers. The specialist also provides technical support to computer system users in classroom settings. QUALIFICATIONS: 1.Possession of an advanced educational degree and/or certifications in support of curriculum and technology integration in the core academic areas or equivalent experience. Additional training and/or certification in Information Technologies is preferred. 2.Demonstrated leadership in technology field with ability to assist with technology direction, guidance, and vision-setting. 3. Effective interpersonal skills and relationship-building skills required to effectively facilitate peer coaching and staff development, make technology and tech jargon easy to use/understand, and provide end-user support. 4.Experience as an innovative classroom teacher (or special area teacher) that successfully integrated the use of instructional technology to enhance student learning with demonstrable results. 5.The capacity to troubleshoot and maintain Apple products, printers and basic network infrastructure. Demonstrated proficiency in productivity suite applications, Google Apps, Mac OS X and iOS. Applicants should submit the following documents via email: 1. Letter of interest detailing the manner in which the candidate meets the attributes for the position 2. A current resume with reference contact information. Email to: Michelle Alt Assistant to the Head of School malt@gpacademy.orgby Friday, August 10, 2012 (Posted 7-24-12)

Director of Finance and Operations (Grosse Pointe Farms)
Reports directly to the Head of School, working closely with him/her to manage and direct finances and operations in order to guarantee long-term sustainability and delivery of the school’s mission. The responsibilities of the Director of Finance and Operations include: •the planning, control, accounting and reporting of income, expense, contributed and invested funds of the school, both on a near and long-term basis physical plant and grounds •human resources, including employee contracts, payroll, benefits, handbooks and policies risk management and insurance •the management of financial obligations such as leases, loans, contracts, and other transactions requiring a commitment of financial resources •the direct supervision of the Assistant Business Manager and the Building & Grounds Supervisor •student financial aid •student services – transportation, food services, and additional contracted services •city, state and federal government compliance •statistical research and analysis for benchmarking, analysis, and planning purposes •other duties as assigned by the Head of School. Requirements: Education: Minimum bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, accounting, or general management; MBA or CPA preferred. Experience: Minimum of five years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience working in an independent school setting is preferred. Qualifications: The ability to work professionally and respectfully with a broad range of constituents (administrators, trustees, faculty, staff, vendors, parents, professional contacts, etc.) is a must. Strong computer skills required.Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to 

Director of Development and Community Relations (Cassopolis)
The Cass County Council on Aging is a human services agency dedicated to making a difference in the lives of the 11,000+ seniors of Cass County, MI. We have an exceptional opportunity for a Development professional to manage and coordinate the agency’s fundraising endeavors as well as encourage and cultivate community relations and partnerships. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Director of Development and Community Relations proposes, implements and plans programs to contact corporations, businesses, individuals and groups to give financial support to the Council on Aging. This position is responsible for the execution of fundraising events and programs for the COA to include planning, coordinating and implementing our annual giving solicitations, special events, and grant writing. In addition, s/he will be responsible for supervising employees who create, implement and measure the success of marketing, communications and public relations programs that will enhance the COA’s image with the general public. A college degree with courses in communications, public relations, advertising or marketing preferred. Courses or seminars in philanthropy and human services strongly desired. This position requires an understanding of fund development including planned giving and direct mail. Supervisory experience preferred. The right candidate must be able to work a flexible work schedule which may include some evenings and weekends. If you are a creative and strategic thinker looking to earn in the 30-40k salary range with good benefits, submit your letter of application and resume 

Community Chapter Executive (Flint)
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The American Red Cross is the foremost volunteer emergency service organization in the United States with more than 590 chapters nationwide. We are currently seeking a Community Chapter Executive to work in our Flint, MI office. The Community Chapter Executive (CCE) will identify, engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward current and prospective donors, in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. The CCE will be responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross. The CCE will be the responsible for creating visibility and relevance in the community. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable with minimum 3 years of major gifts leadership experience. Excellent verbal and written skills with experience in public speaking essential. If this sounds like the kind of opportunity that you’ve been waiting for, please visit our website at: The American Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that offers employees growth and development, team spirit, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V.

Executive Director (Farmington Hills)
Opportunity for qualified candidate to manage and grow a successful practice in Southeast Michigan staffed with skilled counselors. Duties include a combination of promoting community awareness and marketing initiatives, administrative management, and therapeutic counseling. Ideal Candidate will have a proven heart for therapy, plus leadership and administration skills; State of Michigan licensure eligibility; program development/fund raising experience.Doctorate, Fellow or Diplomate in AAPC preferred. Persons with comparable credentials, professional experience, and skills will be considered. Competitive salary and benefits package. Letters of Interest and Resume to: Samaritan Counseling Center; P.O. Box 183; Farmington, MI 48332-0183

Prospect Research Manager (Royal Oak)
Reports to: Director of Development. Department: Development Position Type: Full-time
FLSA Status: Exempt. The Prospect Research Manager is responsible for the operational planning and implementation of prospect research to support organization-wide strategic funding initiatives of the Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) and is an important member of the team that works to achieve fundraising goals. He/She will effectively research, identify, engage, steward and evaluate relationships with current and prospective donors. These activities occur through personal research and investigation; collection, organization and presentation of information and data; coordination of evaluation meetings and activities; and effective oversight of the prospect management function. Minimum knowledge, skills, and abilities •Bachelor’s Degree •3-5 years experience in Prospect Research or related field •Comprehensive understanding of the tools utilized and the fundamentals involved with fundraising research •Comprehensive knowledge of Raiser’s Edge 7.91 or similar relational database and software •Ability to produce concise research documents with attention to accuracy and detail while maintaining confidentiality •Inquisitive and organized with a keen sense of ingenuity, initiative and resourcefulness •Self-starter able to work under pressure •Ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines for multiple projects with little supervision •Possess strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with diverse people. PREFERRED •APRA membership •Experience with animal welfare and/or cultural institutions in the metropolitan Detroit area. To review the full job posting and apply online through the Detroit Zoo’s website, please click here:

Grants Assistant (Lansing)
Supervisor: Michigan Campus Compact Associate Director Purpose: This part time position will support grant funded programs for Michigan Campus Compact, which seeks to increase service and engagement among college students in Michigan.  Position Responsibilities: •Assist in coordination of grant-funded programs oOutreach to member campuses oCoordinate Request For Proposal process, proposal review and participant selection process oCoordinate sub-grantee and grant participant reporting and data collection oAssist the Associate Director in reporting to funders and ensuring grant compliance oDesign and conduct trainings for students and members as needed oConduct and assist with site visits under the direction of the Associate Director •Assist Executive and Associate Directors in seeking continuation and new grant program opportunities for Michigan Campus Compact. •Other duties as assigned. Qualifications:  •Bachelor’s Degree required •Demonstrated ability to use current technology •Statewide travel may be required. Preference given to candidates with: •Experience working in or with colleges/universities •Prior experience working with grant programs •Demonstration of excellence in written and verbal communications skills  Supervisory Role: None How to apply: Submit resume and cover letter to Kelley Kuhn, Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer

Membership Specialist (Marshall)
TO APPLY PLEASE EMAIL YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO HR@GSHOM.ORG FOR FULL DESCRIPTION PLEASE VISITWWW.GSHOM.ORG ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Office will be based at Cornwell’s Turkeyville, but candidate will also travel to Kalamazoo Regional Center when needed to work. 2. Assist with development and implementation of recruitment, retention, and recognition strategies for girls and adult members in all segments of the population based on research and analysis of community demographics and needs. 3. Supervise volunteers to deliver Girl Scout programs to adults and girls within assigned jurisdiction. 4. Interpret and promote Girl Scouting in the community in order to enhance the role and image of Girl Scouting, foster interest in troop sponsorship, increase visibility, and attract new girl and adult members. 5. Work with school administration, teachers, and community partners to increase girl participation within Girl Scouts, developing new ways of serving girls, especially underserved girls. 6. Public speaking at meetings with community organizations and volunteers. 7. Participate in activities within the community to further the understanding and advancement of Girl Scouting. 8. Other duties as assigned. SKILLS • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a related field. • Minimum of three years’ experience with non-profits and/or youth service organization • Must have own transportation and the ability to travel within the jurisdiction • Work within a flexible schedule; will work evening and weekend hours • Excellent oral and written communication skills with public speaking skills/experience preferred • Experience with volunteer organizations with a knowledge of Girl Scouting preferred

President (Detroit)
The Belle Isle Conservancy is a private, non-profit organization located in Detroit, Michigan. The 
Conservancy’s mission is to preserve, protect, restore and enhance the natural environment, historic structures and unique character of Belle Isle as a public park – now and forever.The Conservancy is in search of a new President as we continue to deploy new initiatives relative to historic preservation, restoration and preservation of the natural environment, planning/funding improvements, recreational activities and marketing strategies for the park. Tenured experience in a senior executive management capacity in either a public, private or non-profit organization is required. Minimum of ten years’ experience in executive or senior volunteer leadership experience in a park’s conservancy, cultural institution or social services agency is preferred. If you are interested, take the next step and email your resume and cover letter A full position description will be provided to all interested parties. Inquiries and resume submissions will be treated as confidential.  You can learn more about our organization at 

Director of Development/Capital Campaign (Bingham Farms)
Join HAVEN’s team of professionals whose mission is to eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence and to empower survivors through advocacy and social change in and around Oakland County, Michigan. We are looking for someone to lead and manage HAVEN’s overall development efforts and capital campaign initiative. QUALIFICATIONS: Degree in administration, marketing, communications or related field; 7-10 years of progressively responsible fundraising experience including managing a professional level fundraising staff, ideally in a social service setting; Proven track record of experience soliciting five and six figure gifts; Capital Campaign experience preferred; Demonstrated success raising funds through a variety of vehicles including direct mail appeal in conjunction with annual campaign; Direct experience with special events management; Excellent written and oral communication skills; Grant writing experience; Experience leading volunteers; Understanding of and sensitivity to domestic violence and sexual assault issues preferred; Proficient with computer applications for fund raising; Demonstrated supervisory experience and success; Must be available to work a flexible work schedule, which includes evenings and weekends. This is a highly visible position within the Agency and requires outstanding people skills. RESPONSIBILITIES: Position provides leadership, strategic direction, management, coordination and implementation of all fundraising efforts and development activities for the organization; HAVEN is in the midst of a significant capital campaign and the Director is expected to provide inspirational leadership to staff and volunteers alike while ensuring non-campaign specific fundraising programming thrives; Responsible for the overall external image enhancement of the Agency, marketing and public relations; Prepares and oversees preparation of grants and requests for proposals; Responsible for the supervision, training, professional development and evaluation of development staff; Works closely with board of directors and various development/campaign committees. HOURS: 40 Hours/Week SALARY: Commensurate with experience, plus competitive benefits package Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: HAVEN Director of Development/Capital Campaign PO BOX 431045 Pontiac, MI 48343 Fax: (248) 334-3161 e-mail resumes including salary requirements to:

Contract & Grant Sponsored Project Administrator/ and Contract and Grant Programs System Analyst (East Lansing) 
Job Summary: Responsibilities include software analysis in an effort to translate functionality for the development of a new Coeus-based research application, testing newly-developed system modules prior to, during, and after QA phase; participation in teams structuring MSU's business practices to take full advantage of the new systems being implemented; Assist with long-term planning, risk, and gap analysis for system implementation. Document future processes and practices related to research administration; performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum requirements: Knowledge equivalent to that which would normally be acquired by completing a four-year degree program in business, accounting, finance or related field, one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in a central office preparing proposals and developing budgets for sponsored research proposals including those to be submitted using Candidate must have the ability to work independently and assume a broad range of responsibility; strong organizational skills and the ability to successfully complete multiple tasks within established and changing deadlines. Demonstrated skills in: verbal and written communications; client relationship management; and system testing. Individual must be able to access export controlled data. To Apply: go to Click Faculty and Staff Link. Human Resources click search Jobs. Under Support Staff link select MAP applicant page. Click search postings box. Select 6144 or 6166. Only applications submitted online will be accepted.

Transportation Coordinator (Detroit)
Mission: Detroit Cristo Rey High School, located in Southwest Detroit, offers a Catholic college preparatory education to economically disadvantaged families in the Detroit Metro area. Summary of Responsibilities: Through the Corporate Work Study Program, each Detroit Cristo Rey student has the opportunity to work an entry level administrative position at local organizations. Through this program, students have the opportunity to earn a significant portion of their education expenses in addition to gaining important life skills. Transportation Coordinator reports to the Director of the Corporate Work Study Program. Primary Responsibilities: The Transportation Coordinator is the primary interface with the students and corporate sponsors related to transportation. He/She is the leading force in our efforts to meet our sponsors’ staffing expectations by effectively coordinating the daily transportation operations which include but are not limited to: 1)Development of transportation routes to specific sponsor locations, 2) Creation, organization, and distribution of the daily routes for all drivers, 3) Recruiting, document preparation, and training of parent & volunteer drivers , 4) Maintenance of fleet vehicles including vehicle license tabs & insurance documentation, and vehicle maintenance records, 5) Assistance in driving students to/pick up from work if needed, 6) Development of transportation scheduling for special CWSP or school related events, 7)Yearly review of MDOT rules & regulations to ensure compliance. Position Requirements: 1) Undergraduate degree, 2) 1-3 years applicable work experience in logistics or fleet related job; 3) Knowledge of routing, mapping and/or logistics preferred; 4) Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; 5) Valid Michigan Drivers License w/clean driving record; 6) excellent communication and people skills; 7) strong organizational skills; and, 8) Spanish fluency is a plus. Please e-mail resumes to Bruce Brinson, Director of Administration,

Program Coordinator (Detroit)
Mission: Detroit Cristo Rey High School, located in Southwest Detroit, offers a Catholic college preparatory education to economically disadvantaged families in the Detroit Metro area. Summary of Responsibilities: Through the Corporate Work Study Program, each Detroit Cristo Rey student has the opportunity to work an entry level position at leading organizations. Through this program, students have the opportunity to earn a significant portion of their education expenses in addition to gaining important life skills. Program Coordinator reports to the Director of the Corporate Work Study Program. Primary responsibilities: a. Serve as a primary contact for assigned portfolio of job sponsors—this includes making regular phone calls, e-mails, and office visits; updating databases; responding to evaluations. b. Provide regular and timely updates on any issues regarding assigned sponsors to the Director. c. Serve as a point person for students and sponsors regarding make-up days and holiday work-days, overseeing the collection of forms and recording of data associated with these days. d. Coordinate and/or assist with other sponsor related activities Position Requirements: 1) Undergraduate degree from an accredited College/ University; 2) Management and sales background; 3) For-profit business background in customer service or Human Resources a plus; 4) Experience managing client relationships, data, and preparing regular reports preferred; 5) excellent communication and people skills; 6) strong organizational skills; 7) Spanish fluency a plus. Please e-mail resumes to Bruce Brinson, Director of Administration,

Looking for a CPA Firm (Detroit)
Travelers Aid Society of Metropolitan Detroit (TASMD) is looking for CPA firms interested in providing audit and other financial reporting services for our fiscal year which ended June 30, 2012. TASMD is a medium size social service agency serving the Detroit area. If interested in receiving the RFP please respond in writing by July 23, 2012 to Attn: CFO, 65 Cadillac Square, Suite 3000, Detroit, MI, 48226.

Construction Manager (Detroit)
Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice works with local communities for cleaner, safer, healthier neighborhoods. To that end, we employ an integrated strategy of increasing economic vitality, reducing health hazards, and promoting sustainable development. We are looking for a positive, highly-motivated person with experience in construction management and working with diverse populations to build and manage our construction business unit, which will both bid on contracts and provide on-site training for our Green Jobs program participants. Principal Duties:The Construction Manager is responsible for designing and overseeing all aspects of DWEJ’s construction business unit and the on-site construction training of young people, including supervision of the construction trainers and crew leaders. These duties may be carried out in cooperation with the general contractor, or if DWEJ is the general contractor, then in cooperation with the architect and other members of the project development team. Additional responsibilities include acting as liaison between volunteer partners, subcontractors, estimators, assessors and the Training Program Manager. Responsibility for OSHA, RRP, NCCER/PACT and other specialized training needed by the participants of the program is included. The Construction Manager, in coordination with other DWEJ staff, is responsible for ensuring all components of the construction business unit are met. All interested applicants should call or email Grace Doss at 313-833-3935x23 or for more information.

Executive Director (Kalamazoo)
Housing Resources, Inc., (HRI), one of Kalamazoo County’s leading nonprofit organizations, was established in 1982 and has dedicated its efforts to finding housing solutions for individuals in the midst of a housing crisis, as well as on behalf of the community at large. Our services are designed to stabilize homeless households and help those in jeopardy of losing their housing, so they are more likely to avoid a repeat situation. POSITION SUMMARY: The Executive Director will be a results-oriented, experienced, and entrepreneurial professional who provides overall leadership to HRI. The Executive Director is chiefly responsible for ensuring that strategic, operational and organizational objectives of HRI are met. This position reports to the Board of Directors.  MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate degree. At least 5 years of management experience within the health/human services and/or business related arenas. Comprehensive knowledge of business principles and practices including all facets of leading a full service non-profit agency. Comprehensive knowledge and experience in service/product development and delivery; fund development, budgeting, and financial administration, excellent oral and written communications. PREFERENCES: A Master’s Degree in a related field or comparable relevant professional experience. Housing development and property management. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Send cover letter and resume, outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of Executive Director for HRI to The resume and cover letter should be submitted via Word format or PDF. Resume submissions will be managed confidentially.

Special Events Coordinator (Kentwood)
JDRF is the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The goal of JDRF research is to improve the lives of all people affected by T1D by accelerating progress on the most promising opportunities for curing, better treating, and preventing T1D.•Manage fundraising events and activities for the chapter. •Develop annual plan for assigned events, including goals, objectives and follow-up. •Manage and maintain accurate and complete financial records for each event. •Ensure that the logistics and budget/timelines are met for each applicable event. •Accountable for meeting deadlines, responding to volunteers and other department requests. •Assist in the functioning of the Chapter’s daily operations, projects and tasks. Requirements: •Three + (3+) years of office experience required or equivalent combination of education and experience. •Experience in fundraising as well as organizing and planning special fundraising events. •Experience with computer systems and databases. Proficient in Microsoft Office. •Detail-oriented and strong organizational skills. •Excellent written, oral, and communication skills. • Well-disciplined and a self-starter that is extremely resourceful. •Ability to travel locally required. Occasional overnight travel as needed. Contact Information: If you’d like to join our team, please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to JDRF by visiting Please do a keyword search for IRC6618 to apply. Please for all our Career opportunities. No Phone Calls Please. Only those candidates who meet our qualifications will be contacted. No staffing agencies please.

Part Time Volunteer Coordinator (Ann Arbor)
826michigan is looking for a part-time Volunteer Coordinator. This person will help 826michigan run all of its student programs by recruiting, training and maintaining strong relationships with 500+ volunteers who actively participate in our programs. Major responsibilities: •Conduct targeted outreach to strategically expand volunteer corps and build 826michigan’s presence in the community and maintain our current corps •Schedule, organize, and deliver monthly or bi-monthly volunteer orientations and as-needed trainings for specific programs •Develop schedule of specialized volunteer trainings with experts in their fields •Maintain frequent communications with volunteers both one-on-one and via a bi-weekly newsletter •Schedule volunteers in specific programs, as well as in our retail store •Plan and execute volunteer appreciation events •Recruit, interview and conduct orientations for the internship program. Minimum qualifications: •Exceptional written and interpersonal communication skills; outstanding public speaking ability •Excellent organizational skills and email etiquette; ability to multi-task •Experience coordinating groups, teaching or otherwise leading •Familiarity with technologies used at 826michigan (Salesforce, Constant Contact, etc.) •A strong work ethic and the ability to work independently. Before July 27, 2012, please send the following to •Your resume •A detailed cover letter: ?What in particular about 826michigan interests you? ?What special skills do you possess that would help you in this job? ?Tell us one thing about you that we can’t learn from your resume. Schedule and hours are variable and must include evening volunteer orientations.

Part Time Program Coordinator (Ann Arbor)
826michigan is looking for someone to join our team as a part-time Program Coordinator. This person will help coordinate and manage 826michigan’s after-school tutoring program at Ypsilanti Middle School, and will work closely with the 826michigan staff, 826michigan interns at Ypsilanti Middle School, Ypsilanti Middle School staff and administration, and 826michigan volunteers. Major responsibilities: •Serve as a liaison between Ypsilanti Middle School administration and 826michigan •Help organize and oversee YMS 826michigan tutor recruitment and training. •Oversee tutoring at Ypsilanti Middle School Mondays-Thursdays from 2:30-5:00 during the school year •Oversee the organization and management of creative writing projects at tutoring•Coordinate and oversee events for the YMS tutoring program. Minimum qualifications: •Exceptional communication skills, both written and interpersonal •Excellent organizational skills; ability to multi-task •Experience with and enthusiasm for working with middle-school-aged students •Experience with classroom education or education administration and policy •Strong knowledge of the Southeast Michigan region and its education issues •Ability to successfully manage projects with little supervision, including the ability to remain calm in complex situations •Dedication to education, learning and literacy •A valid driver’s license •A compassionate spirit. HOW TO APPLY Please send the following to •Your resume •A detailed cover letter that answers: ?What in particular about 826michigan interests you? ?What special skills do you possess that would help you in this job? ?Tell us one thing about you that we can’t learn from your resume. Schedule is part-time, approximately 20 hours weekly and must include Monday through Thursday afternoons.

Corporate Relations Manager (Detroit)
Position Summary:We seek an eager, energetic, and creative manager to achieve and grow $2.5 million in corporate support through self-initiated strategies and by leading the Corporate Council – a group of DSO Board Members and volunteers with an express purpose of substantially growing the DSO’s base of corporate support. The Corporate Relations Manager will take the lead in developing sponsorship strategies and sales materials as well as servicing all existing donors and sponsors. The successful candidate will have demonstrated (or transferable) 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. Position Qualifications: •Bachelor's degree required. Strong preference for demonstrated experience in a performing arts setting. Working knowledge of classical music a plus •Prefer 2-4 years of fundraising or corporate sales experience, with a demonstrated track-record of successfully building and retaining a renewable base of support •Demonstrated strategic planning, analytical, volunteer support, and project management skills •Knowledge of the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors with a genuine passion for the mission of the American symphony orchestra •Ability to identify relevant trends and market opportunities to engage the appropriate resources to further DSO’s mission •Familiarity with Tessitura a plus Reporting Responsibility: Senior Director of Patron & Institutional Advancement Supervisory: none Qualified candidates should submit resume and cover letter

Development Manager (Ypsilanti)
Friends In Deed is seeking a DEVELOPMENT MANAGER to lead our development/fundraising efforts and assist in the daily management and programs of the agency. Friends In Deed is an interfaith organization that responds to unmet needs of low-income Washtenaw County residents. We partner with the community to provide critical financial assistance, furniture, congregational services and agency referrals. FID has been helping people in our community for almost 30 years. FID is a small, but passionate organization supported by people and congregations that share that passion. We are looking for an energetic individual to join us in our mission. We are seeking an enthusiastic team member with experience in fundraising and grant writing, computer proficiency, good organizational skills, and empathy for the low-income members of our community. The Development Manager will coordinate fundraising events; research and write grant proposals; assist in the business management of FID; and play a critical role in communication with our congregational, individual and business supporters. The position is 30 hours/week and pays $15.00/hour. College degree or equivalent work or volunteer experience is required. Deadline for application is August 11, 2012. For more details on the position, go to our website: To apply send cover letter and resume to: Friends In Deed, 1196 Ecorse Rd., Ypsilanti, MI 48198 or email to:

Director of Development (Detroit)
Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit Mosaic's mission is to empower young people to maximize their potential through professional performing arts training and the creation of theatrical and musical art that engages transforms and inspires. Learn more about our programs Youth Theatre of Detroit seeks full-time Director of Development to provide the leadership, strategic direction, management, coordination and implementation of all Mosaic’s development efforts.. This position is responsible for leading all Mosaic fundraising activities and donor cultivation, as well as managing the planning and execution of all earned revenue strategies, including sales and marketing. Email cover letter, salary requirements, resume and contact information for three (3) references to hrATmosaicdetroitDOTorg. No phone calls. For the more detailed job description, please go to 

Program Director (Ann Arbor)
Founded in 1911, Telluride Association is a nonprofit organization that creates and fosters educational communities where high school and college students practice leadership and service through democratic self-governance and intellectual inquiry.We seek an energetic and capable person to manage our Michigan office in Ann Arbor. The general purpose of the Michigan Program Director is to oversee, coordinate, and direct all of Telluride Association’s Ann Arbor-based programs, as well as Telluride’s general development efforts, in collaboration with our active board of trustees.. Responsibilities include: *Overseeing daily operations and small staff for Michigan programs. *Developing contacts with affiliated institutions, associates, and alumni. *Editing publications. *Overseeing development and alumni relations efforts.*Providing long-term continuity in coordinating programs. *Working collaboratively with volunteer committees, with TA’s primary office in Ithaca, NY, and with collegiate residents of TA’s Ann Arbor scholarship house. Requirements: BA required, advanced degree or equivalent experience preferred. Excellent judgment and interpersonal skills. Interest in working with a variety of people. Ability to work in a collaborative environment and with volunteer committees. Competitive salary and flexible benefits. Flexible scheduling possible. Occasional evenings and weekends will be required, and occasional travel. Send resume, cover letter, and names of three references Deadline: July 30. Applicants should be available for an interview the weekend of August 17-19,

Grant Writer (Detroit)
As a recognized leader in our field, The Guidance Center provides a broad range of services that have helped children, adults and families unlock potential and build better lives for more than 50 years. With over 40 programs, we offer treatment, prevention, growth and education services to more than 26,200 people annually. We have an exciting opportunity for a part time contractual Grant Writer to join our team of talented professionals. As a Grant writer you will research applicable grants for the VCE and work with staff to collect data, write and submit grant applications. Candidate will work approximately 20 hours per week. To qualify for this position, you will need: -Bachelor Degree in English, Communications or related field. Masters degree preferred.- At least six (6) years of experience with grant writing and/or fund development. - Experience working with government (state and federal) grants preferred. The Guidance Center believes that our team members are our most valuable resources, and we invest in them accordingly. We offer our employees a competitive salary, flexible scheduling opportunities, a team-oriented work environment and much more! If you are interested in becoming part of our world-class team, please submit your resume on-line by going to The Guidance Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

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