Friday, January 18, 2013

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - January 18, 2013

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - January 18, 2013

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Director of Development (Birmingham)
The Community House is currently accepting resumes to fill the position of Director of Development. The individual in this position directs the research, planning, development and implementation of The Community House’s development activities that generate private and public gift revenues from individuals, corporations, foundations and governmental entities. Included are oversight of the Annual Fund drive, and 2013-2015 Comprehensive Campaign.

Qualified applicants will be college graduates with ten years of previous fundraising experience and comprehensive and/or capital campaign in a non-profit organization preferred. They must also be able to show demonstrated ability to prospect, cultivate new relationships. Qualified and interested applicants should forward their resume and salary requirements to  The Community House is an Equal Opportunity Employer (posted 1-17-13)

Medical Lab Technician/Medical Technologist (St. Ignace)
Mackinac Straits Health System is seeking a full time Medical Lab Technician/Medical Technologist. We offer competitive wages and flexible working environment. Interested candidates can obtain an application online at and submit with resume to: MSHS: Attn: Human Resources, 1140 N. State St., St. Ignace, MI 49781. Contact Human Resources for more information at 906-643-0431. Mackinac Straits Health Systems is an equal opportunity provider and employer. (posted 1-17-13)

Registration Clerk (St. Ignace)
Mackinac Straits Health System is seeking a full time registration clerk, medical assistant, and L.P.N. 2 years of medical/office experience required. We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefit package, and flexible working environment. Please submit resume to: MSHS: Attn: Human Resources, 1140 N. State St., St. Ignace, MI 49781, or apply online at Contact Human Resources for more information at 906-643-0431. Mackinac Straits Health Systems is an equal opportunity provider and employer. (posted 1-17-13)

Director of Nursing (St. Ignace)
Mackinac Straits Health System is seeking a full time Director of Nursing to lead and direct the clinical operations of our new 48 bed skilled nursing facility. 3-5 yrs. of experience required in D.O.N. or LTC leadership role. We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefit package including a relocation package, and a flexible working environment. This is a wonderful opportunity for a seasoned, dynamic and passionate Director of Nursing who is looking to make a difference in the lives of the elders we serve. Learn more about this exciting opportunity located in pristine northern Michigan/ St. Ignace. Employment applications available online at Mackinac Straits Health Systems is an equal opportunity provider and employer. (posted 1-17-13)

Program Manager (Detroit)
Salary: $45,000 to $50,000
Qualifications/Job Duties: The Program Manager will assist in the implementation and day-to-day operations of the ProsperUS Detroit initiative. The Program Manager will work closely with senior leadership at Southwest Housing Solutions’ Housing Opportunity Center (HOC) and external partners to build/manage a network of community organizations to deliver microentrepreneurship training, microlending, and technical assistance to low-income immigrants and minorities living in Detroit.  3 years’ relevant experience required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Exposure or direct experience in small business start-up, operation, ownership, lending, or consulting. A valid driver’s license, and access to a private vehicle. Above average knowledge of computer software, including Microsoft Word and Excel or equivalent. Experience in project management software is a plus.

Application Requirements
Submission should include responses to the following (3 pages max):
1. What inspires you about this position?
2. What is your personal history with low-income, minority, and/or immigrant populations?
3. State if you are multi-lingual and the languages you speak.
4. Describe the project management tools that you utilize.
Please include up to three letters of recommendations from relevant community-based organizations, entrepreneurs, or academics. Also include your résumé. When applying via email to please submit items in one PDF document.
Application Deadline: January 28, 2013 (posted 1-17-13)

Assistant Director of Development (Ypsilanti)
Eastern Michigan University Foundation (EMUF) is an institutionally related nonprofit organization that solicits and manages funds on behalf of Eastern Michigan University (EMU).  The Assistant Director of Development for the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is responsible for assisting with development activities and providing support for Development Directors.

Essential duties:
• Work closely with and provide support to areas developing and pursuing on-going fundraising plans and priorities, including annual events, direct mail solicitations, newsletters.
• In partnership with unit administrators and staff, cultivate, solicit and steward donors/prospects within units.
• Assist in preparation of materials and presentations for gift solicitations, committee, board and volunteer meetings.
• Maintain database for resource development boards, committees and volunteer groups.
• Responsible for special events and donor receptions as assigned.
• Bachelor's degree with 3-5 years of progressively responsible work experience in development, marketing or communications
• Ability to manage, organize, set priorities, establish work objectives, follow through on assignments; exhibit flexibility; anticipate work issues and provide project leadership.
• Proficiency in computing skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint; willingness to learn donor management program.
• Ability to present oral and written information effectively and clearly; ability to listen effectively and solicit information from others.
• Ability to manage an irregular work schedule including occasional evenings, early mornings, and weekends. May involve use of personal transportation to travel throughout southeastern Michigan.
• Experience working in non-profit organization or University setting preferred
• Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills

Email a cover letter and resume to (posted 1-16-13)

Director of Major Gifts & Events (Lansing)
The Michigan Environmental Council (MEC) seeks a Director of Major Gifts and Events to help raise financial support for our programs to defend the health and beauty of Michigan’s environment. This is a full-time position based in our Lansing, Michigan headquarters.
Require a bachelor's degree, excellent communication skills, strong working capacity with basic computer applications (word processing, spreadsheets, database).

Prefer applicants with an interest in public policy and politics, experience in event planning and an effective working knowledge of social networking and other new media technologies.  Position will remain open until filled by a highly qualified candidate. Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by February 1, 2013.  Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include paid vacation, health/dental coverage and employer-matched retirement plan.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to addressed to: Chris Kolb, President. If you have questions, please use the e-mail above or call Judy Bearup at 517-487-9539.(posted 1-16-13)

Program and Enhanced Services Coordinator (Farmington Hills)
Dynamic non-profit serving people w/developmental disabilities seeks full time, high-energy professional to supervise group home managers and independent living staff, as well as work with families and funding sources. Bachelor’s degree required MSW a plus. Residential and managerial experience required, preferably with a 24-hr program. Competitive salary, fantastic benefits, and a terrific place to work! Apply at (Posted 1-14-13)

Respite/Community Living Supports Coordinator (Farmington Hills)
Non-profit serving people with developmental disabilities seeks full time, high energy professional to supervise a growing respite/CLS program. Bachelor's degree required, MSW a plus. Knowledge of disability service, work with families and supervisory experience required.  Apply at (Posted 1-14-13)

Director of Legal and Policy Programs (Detroit)
Michigan Community Resources (MCR), home of Community Legal Resources (CLR), seeks an experienced, enthusiastic and qualified candidate to fill an immediate vacancy for the position of Director of Legal & Policy Programs. MCR provides free legal, educational and technical services to nonprofits and community organizations in Michigan.

The Director will work as part of a management team and will report to the CEO. The Director will be responsible for overseeing MCR’s legal and policy programs and staff including program managers, associates and interns. Qualified candidates will be pro-active, able to manage multiple projects and staff at once, possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, possess exceptional interpersonal skills, and work well on a team and in a fast paced, dynamic work environment. The Director must also effectively engage with community based organizations and the private bar.

Please click here for a full job description.

Michigan Community Resources is an equal opportunity employer and offers a full range of benefits, including paid vacation, health, dental and optical insurance, short term and long term disability insurance, basic term life insurance, and parking. Annual salary is commensurate with experience and credentials. Interviews begin immediately. Interested persons should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and contact information for three references to Heidi Alcock, Michigan Community Resources, 615 Griswold, Suite 1805, Detroit MI 48226 or via email to (Posted 1-14-13)

Tax Manager (Troy)
The Kresge Foundation is a $3.1 billion private, national foundation that seeks to influence the quality of life for future generations through its support of nonprofit organizations working in its seven program areas: Arts and Culture, Community Development, Detroit, Education, Environment, Health, and Human Services. In 2011, the Board of Trustees approved 346 awards totaling $170 million; $140 million was paid out to grantees over the course of the year.

Our social investment practice supports our grantmaking strategies within the six fields of interest by making capital available to nonprofit organizations through loans, loan guarantees, cash deposits, and other forms of program related investment support.
For more information on our fields of interest, grantmaking, and the nine values that guide our work, please visit our website,
The Kresge Foundation has an immediate opening for a Tax Manager that will play a key role in the oversight of the tax and regulatory aspects of the Foundation’s tax reporting with an emphasis on its complex reporting for alternative investments. This position has the role of gaining a thorough understanding of the tax matters affecting the Foundation to ensure proper tax treatment of investment activities including planning, compliance, research, tracking, analysis and reporting.

The ideal candidate will be a licensed attorney, CPA, or enrolled agent status with significant federal tax experience; advanced organization and research skills; a proven ability to work well with others while under pressure; and a relentless desire to learn. He or she will be able to work comfortably as a member of a team or independently, as needed. At all times, the ideal candidate will bring analytical thinking, sound judgment and the utmost attention to detail to the work.

For full description, click here.  Please submit a cover letter and resume to Deadline for resume submittal: February 11, 2013 (Posted 1-14-13)

Night Manager (Ann Arbor)
The Ark is seeking a part-time Night Manager to work 1-3 nights/week managing nightly operations at the club. This position will manage operations including supervision of volunteers; membership, merchandise and concession sales; performer hospitality; show details; sponsor relations.  Position requires strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail, cash handling skills. Time management skills and self-direction are extremely important. Must be able to multi-task and work under pressure.

Send resume and cover letter by January 28th to or by mail to: The Ark, Attn: Night Manager, 1955 Pauline Blvd Suite 200, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. EOE. No calls, please.

Duties include:
• Supervision of volunteer club staff; delegation of work tasks
• On-site communication with artists and road managers
• Accurate cash handling
• Management of merchandise, membership, and concession sales
• Communication with patrons
• Other related duties as assigned
• Occasional staffing offsite events
Employment qualifications:
• Part-time position 5-15 hours/week: Required availability is 1-3 nights per week from approximately 6:00pm-midnight; Weekend evenings and some afternoons are required; Flexibility is necessary. Potentially some daytime hours as well.
• Must be energetic, independent, and self-motivated
• Must have the ability to train, supervise, motivate, and delegate tasks to a diverse and changing Volunteer staff.
• Must enjoy working with a variety of people
• Must possess strong math skills
• Must be comfortable with cash handling and communication technology
Applicants should have experience managing staff in a high-energy public setting. A combination of education and experience in fields related to this music club setting is desired. (Posted 1-14-13)

President and Chief Executive Officer (Lansing)
The Michigan Nonprofit Association was incorporated in 1990.  It currently is the collective voice of Michigan’s nonprofit organizations. MNA operates on three campuses, and serves as a statewide network for the sector, a resource center on effective management practices, and as an advocate for the nonprofit community.

Michigan Nonprofit Association’s Mission is to serve nonprofits to advance their missions. The Vision is to be a vital leader in building and sustaining thriving communities.  The President and CEO will be the administrator and primary public spokesman for the Association. He/She will, in conjunction with the Directors, establish and execute the goals and strategic vision of the organization. The President and CEO will be the primary liaison between the Association staff and the Association Chairperson and Directors, and will represent the Association at meetings of professional, civic and service organizations, building relationships to other organizations throughout the State. He/She will continue a high level of national connectivity and visibility; provide a strategic vision for the future, especially with respect to funding stability; preserve the strength of the current leadership team; and elevate MNA re: relevance/stature vis-à-vis public policy issues, including working with the Governor, State Legislature and local officials.

For a full position description, please click here.

Anyone interested in applying for the position should forward their expressions of interest to:
Tristan Brown
DHR International
10 S. Riverside Plaza, Ste. 2220
Chicago, IL 60606
T: 312-782-1581 F: 312-782-2096 (Posted 1-14-13)

Part Time Accounting Clerk (Lansing)
Purpose: To organize and coordinate the accounting functions of accounts payable and receivable as well as other bookkeeping tasks.
Position Responsibilities:
• Process payments and refunds for participants of conferences or trainings as needed
• Process accounts payable invoices and checks; verify and code accounts payable entries to the appropriate departments for payment
• Process and create invoices for the association
• Maintain accounts receivable spreadsheet, and balance on a monthly basis
• Coordinate petty cash receipts and reimbursements for Detroit and Lansing
• Ensure accurate records for vendors, including W-9 forms
• Process month-end journal entries
• Perform other duties as assigned
• Minimum of an Associate’s degree
• 3-5 years of relevant professional experience
• Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with diverse people and community groups
• Self-motivated and well-organized with the ability to work independently
• Computer literacy including; Peachtree or other accounting software, MS Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point, as well as a strong knowledge of internet resources
How to apply:
Submit resume and cover letter to: (Posted 1-11-13)

School Bus Driver (Detroit)
Detroit Cristo Rey High School, located in Southwest Detroit, provides excellent college-preparatory Catholic high school education, in the Cristo Rey Model, to students from economically disadvantaged families in Detroit. Successful candidate will transport students over established routes in a 20-passenger, Class “C” School Activity Bus with designated stops according to pre-arranged time schedules; Maintain student headcount on bus at all times; Adhere to and enforce Bus Safety rules; Regulate heating, lighting and ventilating systems for passenger comfort; Comply with all traffic and safety regulations; Complete pre and post-trip inspections; Communicate information including traffic conditions and ETA to dispatch. (Posted 1-11-13)

High School diploma or GED. Excellent driving record. Candidate must possess and maintain a valid Michigan Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with “P” endorsement and be qualified to drive a Class “C” vehicle. Candidate must be able to operate and communicate clearly on a telephone or two-way radio. Must be able to complete all required forms including trip sheets, pre/post inspection sheets and vehicle inspection reports in a clear and legible manner. Applicant must be able to effectively communicate with students, parents, school staff and others in a calm and respectful manner at all times. Applicant will be required to undergo a criminal background check and DOT drug screening before an employment offer is tendered. Successful applicant must register for and attend a “Protecting God’s Children” seminar within 30-days of hiring.

Salary: $18/hour, full-time, benefits, vacation.
To Apply: email resume to:
ATTN: Bruce Brinson, Director of Administration. Type “Bus Driver Position” in subject line.

Managing Director (Detroit)
Major Detroit-based non-profit institution is seeking a Managing Director with broad based experience in finance, fundraising, marketing and operations. This is a new position reporting to the President.  Responsibilities include leadership and oversight of a diverse, capable team responsible to raise funds, develop and manage budgets, market and promote attractions and programs, and operate a number of busy public facilities on a seven day a week basis.  The successful candidate will be an outstanding public communicator who is passionate about the organization’s mission and possesses a very high level of enthusiasm, personal drive and ambition. Excellent interpersonal skills, unquestionable ethics and an entrepreneurial orientation are a must as is a strong desire to meaningfully contribute to, and help lead the rebirth and renewal of Detroit and southeast Michigan. Knowledge and familiarity with key stakeholders across the region is a significant plus.
At minimum, in addition to relevant experience, a Bachelor’s degree in finance, business or a related field is required. A Master’s degree is preferred. This is a confidential search. All communications from interested candidates will be treated confidentially and will not be disclosed without permission of the applicant.

Please forward a letter of interest and resume to:
Fox Creek Station
P.O. Box 15504
Detroit, MI 48214-9998 (Posted 1-11-13)

Controller (Plymouth)
Seeking degreed accountant with CPA or 5 years not-for-profit experience to work with multiple not-for-profit clients. Experience should include general ledger and workpaper preparation. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, budgeting, monthly reporting, preparation of quarterly financial statements and audit coordination. Strong computer and organization skills a must. Excellent benefits. Send resume and salary requirements to: (Posted 1-10-13)

Accountant (Plymouth)
Seeking Accountant with accounting degree or minimum of 5 years experience in all facets of accounting including journal entries, general ledger and workpaper preparation. Not-for-profit experience a plus. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, a/p & p/r review, general ledger review, monthly reporting and quarterly workpaper preparation. Must have strong computer skills and the ability to handle multiple projects. Excellent benefits. Send resume and salary requirements to (Posted 1-10-13)

Executive Director (Grand Rapids)
Leader Needed - Social Work / Community Planning With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and the State of Michigan's desire to create regional mental health systems, the current public mental health system will undergo significant transition over the next few years. Network180 in Grand Rapids Michigan is seeking its next Executive Director to work with the community in guiding the upcoming change effort.

Minimum Qualifications Include:
-Masters degree in Social Work, Psychology, Health Care Administration, Public Health Administration or related field
-Five years of successful management experience in a senior position in community mental health administration, hospital administration, public administration, institution management, business administration or public health (including budget management and preferably systems integration).
-Demonstrated successful experience in:
-Creating an organizational vision and strategic plan
-Leading an organization through change with a results focus
-Building collaborative working relationship in organizations and community
-Making high quality, innovative decisions
-Building organizational inclusiveness and diversity and working with diverse communities to increase their participation
-Development and implementation of health care or mental health programs, preferably in a managed care environment

We are committed to attracting a diverse and talented workforce to meet the needs of our diverse community.
Please visit our website at to view a detailed job description, minimum qualifications and responsibilities and to complete our online application which includes submitting your resume and cover letter. Applications accepted until the position is filled. Network180 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (Posted 1-10-13)

Office Administrator (Harbor Springs)
NW Michigan Habitat for Humanity of Charlevoix and Emmet Counties seeks efficient office administrator with related education, MS Office & QuickBooks fluency, database management capabilities and an outgoing personality to assist the affiliate with administrative tasks, volunteer coordination, marketing & event planning. Mon-Thurs 8:30 – 5 pm; 32 hrs/week. Immediate opening. Full job description online Email resume with cover letter describing any prior Habitat relationship to: No phone calls please. (Posted 1-9-13)

Family Services Coordinator (Grand Rapids)
Ele’s Place, a healing center for grieving children in Lansing and Ann Arbor, is opening a third branch in Grand Rapids.
The Family Services Coordinator (part-time) will work with other program staff members to provide guidance and information to grieving families and others. Conducts family informational meetings and intake sessions. Oversees assigned support group program sessions, including supervising volunteers and clinicians. Assists with projects, makes presentations on behalf of Ele's Place, maintains records, and performs other responsibilities as needed.

Minimum of LLMSW, LLP or LPC is required Knowledge of grief issues and community resources Adult and Child group experience Able to work two evenings per week.

Please send resume and cover letter to:
Elizabeth Webb, Director of Operations at or Or mail to Ele’s Place, 1145 W. Oakland, Lansing, MI 48915 (Posted 1-8-13)

Program Director (Grand Rapids)
Ele’s Place, a healing center for grieving children in Lansing and Ann Arbor, is opening a third branch in Grand Rapids.
The Program Director (full-time) develops implements and oversees programming; manages staff and volunteers. Provides guidance and information to grieving families and others; oversees support group sessions and ensures consistency and quality of programming. Speaks to community groups and professionals who work with children.

Knowledge of grief issues
Management experience
Experience with support groups for adults and children Experience working with volunteers Minimum two years program coordination experience preferred

Please send resume and cover letter to:
Elizabeth Webb, Director of Operations at
Or mail to Ele’s Place, 1145 W. Oakland, Lansing, MI 48915 (Posted 1-8-13)

Grant Coordinator - Part-time (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 coordinate and execute all grants and contract reporting activities.  

Three to five years of grant writing experience, Bachelors degree preferred; Working knowledge of grant writing, Microsoft Office and research skills; Excellent technical writing and editing experience; Strong analytical and organizational skills; Ability to work well under pressure and meet quick deadlines; Ability to follow through on projects to completion, attention to detail and timelines with minimal supervision; Skilled communicator with strong interpersonal skills; Knowledge about domestic violence, sexual assault and underserved populations; Raisers Edge experience a plus.

Primary responsibilities include coordination and execution of grant research, development, writing, submission and reporting activities. Maintain calendar of current grants and deadlines, and make recommendations for new funding opportunities to pursue in alignment of mission. 

HOURS: 20 Hours/Week
Please include writing sample, cover letter and salary requirements with resume.
Grant Coordinator Application
PO BOX 431045
Pontiac, MI 48343
Fax: (248) 334-3161
e-mail resumes including salary requirements to: (Posted 1-4-13)

Business Development Assistant (Northville)

The Business Development Assistant supports the overall business development plan for the New Hope Center for Grief Support (“the agency”). Responsibilities include assisting the Fund Development Director with business development, fundraising, and the planning of special events, as well as the recruiting, training, and oversight of the agencies’ volunteer workforce. The position reports to the Fund Development Director.

• Oversee planning of the agencies’ special events – form committees and recruit event chairperson(s). Facilitate and assist chairperson(s) as needed.
• Coordinate schedules for office volunteers and assign, support, and oversee their duties.
• Prepare correspondence including sponsorship proposals and thank you letters.
• Develop marketing and promotional materials for all New Hope activities, programs and events.
• Place follow up calls to sponsors, donors, corporate prospects, and special event attendees.
• Administer and execute additional fundraising and/or development activities as assigned.
• Provide back up support to office manager.

• Experience working with event management and a volunteer workforce.
• Provide portfolio of writings including donation letters, marketing brochures, and flyers. Grant writing a plus.
• Proven skill with Microsoft Publisher, PowerPoint, Excel, and fundraising event and database software.
• Advanced experience in Social Media applications including Facebook and Twitter, as well as website maintenance.
• Ability to adapt to different situations and changes while maintaining strong relationships.
• Able to work set 20 hours per week Monday through Thursday with some evening meetings. Four to six Saturdays a year are also required based on the scheduled events.
• Must be a committed Christian with active membership in a church and willing to sign a statement of faith.
• Personal grief experience or understanding of the grief process. Email: No phone calls please. (Posted 1-4-13)

Good Luck!
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