Friday, February 15, 2013

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - February 15, 2013 - JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!!!

 Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - February 15, 2013
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President (Troy)
You are ready for a new challenge. You have a passion for creating a collaborative environment. You are a change agent, innovator and a team leader. You know you can make a difference by combining your knowledge of organizational management and business while inspiring volunteer leaders to work together to make their community the premiere place to live, work, and play.

Then we want to meet you!

The Troy (Michigan) Chamber of Commerce, the organization dedicated to create long-term economic vibrancy, vitality and stability for Troy’s business community, seeks a dynamic new leader. The organization, a non-profit 501(c)6, is recognized as one of the leading local chambers in Michigan. The President needs to be a visionary and have the passion to create a culture where members, city leaders and the public are working in alignment. The enthusiastic individual selected will have knowledge and experience in member engagement, fundraising, volunteer motivation, public relations, marketing, and fostering sustainability.

Information on the organization’s preferred future along with the job description is available

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, salary expectations and resume by March 4 to:
MSAE/Cheryl Ronk
Attention: Troy Chamber Search Committee
1350 Haslett Road
East Lansing, MI 48823
Fax 517-332-6724
Development Officer (Detroit)
The Detroit Public Schools Foundation seeks an experienced (5-7 years) development professional with a proven track record to serve as the Foundation’s primary fundraising professional. Areas of responsibility include annual appeal, major gifts, donor recognition, and grants management. For full job description, please

Interested applicants please submit a cover letter and resume to: Subject Line: DPSF Dev Officer.

Fund Development & Donor Relations (Ann Arbor)
The Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center is seeking a talented and experienced person to oversee its fund development and donor relations with private foundations and government funders. This is a full or part-time position.
The Ecology Center is a Michigan-based, nonprofit environmental organization that works at the local, state, and national levels for clean production, healthy communities, environmental justice, and a sustainable future. Founded in 1970, the Ecology Center is the largest environmental organization in southeast Michigan and has developed many of the most innovative environmental programs in Michigan and the Midwest.

The ideal candidate is passionate about supporting social change through development and maintenance of a strong grant program; has experience and skill in seeking grants, managing grant documents and calendars, and preparing reports for funders; possesses strong communication, computer and leadership skills; and has a relevant academic background.

Salary is commensurate with relevant professional experience. The Ecology Center offers generous benefits, including health insurance, 4 weeks vacation, and retirement. Please send a cover letter, resume, and a current writing sample by email to
Finance & Operations Associate (Lansing)
Essential Duties and Functions:
1. Responsible for auditing and balancing of campaign envelopes to donor tracking system and all adjustments to previously processed transactions.
2. Generate reports and electronic payment batches for designation payouts, grant payouts and other electronic account payables.
3. Maintain schedules for electronic pledge receivables and assist in reconciling all receivables.
4. Perform electronic gift acquisitions (importing/exporting donor data).
5. Maintain select electronic pledging websites.
6. Assist in preparation of financial schedules for month end and for external auditors.
7. Perform other duties and functions as directed by CFO.

Job Qualifications:
1. Bachelors Degree in Accounting or related financial field or Associates Degree in Accounting with five years experience in finance and systems administration.
2. Highly proficient in use of Excel such as working knowledge of Arrays, Pivot Tables & VLOOKUP.
3. Experienced in working with a relational data base to import to and export information from.
4. Organizational skills in financial report preparation and analysis.
5. Proven work experience demonstrating excellent interpersonal communication skills including diplomacy, tact and flexibility with a diverse customer base.
6. HTML & SQL programming a plus.
7. Knowledge of Crystal Report or other report writing applications a plus.
8. Attention to detail and accuracy.
9. Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding financial and personal information.

Submission: Please send your resume and cover letter to James Eddy, CFO of Capital Area United Way by March 4, 2013.
Executive Director (Royal Oak)
Michigan Youth Arts Association is an alliance of sixteen statewide arts education organizations that recognize, develop and advocate excellence in arts education for all.

The Executive Director provides leadership for Michigan Youth Arts Association through advocacy and programming in arts education. Responsible for overall strategic planning, revenue generation, financial management,organizational development, staff management, and program operations.

Develops and leads the strategy of the organization.Takes a leadership role in driving a collaborative process with the Board of Directors, staff and members that would result in the development of goals, objectives and operational plans for the organization. Oversees preparation of the annual budget and other necessary financial documents. Provides for quality assurance monitoring of all Michigan Youth Arts programs. Oversees all fund development activities, including grant writing,  cultivation and stewardship of donors, event planning, and identifying new resources. Actively seeks and maintains a diverse donor base of individual, business, foundation and government segments. Advocates at the local, state and federal level for arts education and public policy issues. Creation and execution of organizational communications and marketing plans. Four year degree required. Advanced degree preferred. A minimum of 5 years nonprofit work experience in comparable fields. At least 3 years of demonstrated success in staff leadership, fundraising, partnership development and financial management. Salary commensurate with experience. Deadline to apply March 15. Send resumes to For a full job description click here.
Executive Director (Grand Rapids)
The Grand Rapids Student Advancement Foundation
The Executive Director is responsible for executing the vision and strategy for the Student Advancement Foundation and directing the work of the organization to ensure that all Grand Rapids Pubic School students have the tools they need to learn.

Key Responsibilities include: Expand and deepen the Student Advancement Foundation’s role as a philanthropic partner with the Grand Rapids Public Schools . Speak, facilitate, and collaborate on behalf of the Student Advancement Foundation. Build strong collegial relationships with current and prospective donors

Qualifications Desired:
• Marketing and fundraising experience that includes major events, annual campaigns and securing public and private sector grants.
• Experience in organizational leadership with the ability to coach staff, and develop high performance teams and inspiring and actively engaging with a Board of Directors.
• Ability to communicate clear and comprehensive fiscal, financial, and budget analyses and reports to the Board of Directors.
• Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people and organizations.
• A demonstrated commitment to the education and self-sufficiency of children and youth of our community.
• A persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent writing, analytical, and verbal presentation skills.

Position may be flexible between 32 and 40 hours per week. Start date is June 2013

Interested candidates should forward their resumes and salary requirements to the Student Advancement Foundation Search Committee c/o Deb Bailey at
or mail to: Deb Bailey, Director of Corporate Relations, Steelcase Inc, P.O. Box 1967
Grand Rapids, MI 49501-1967

All inquiries must be received by March 6, 2013 and will be handled with confidentiality.
Executive Director (All cities)
Michigan Breastfeeding Network (MIBFN) is seeking an Executive Director who can provide strategic and visionary leadership to the organization. Established in 1998, MIBFN provides breastfeeding education, advocacy, and networking opportunities to the state of Michigan. We are searching for an experienced, dedicated, and self-motivated leader who can engage our various constituencies to share in MIBFN’s vision. This position is a great match for an energetic person who is eager to apply their talents, develop new skills, and make a profound difference for breastfeeding in Michigan.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor's degree, an interest in & understanding of breastfeeding, and 2-3 years of non-profit management experience. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

For the full job description and information on how to apply, please click here.

MIBFN has engaged McAlpine Consulting for Growth, LLC to assist in this hire. Questions can be directed

MIBFN is an equal opportunity employer.
Superintendent of Catholic Schools (Detroit)
The Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Detroit is the visionary leader of elementary and secondary schools in the Archdiocese. The Superintendent is responsible for implementing the strategic plan promulgated by the Archbishop to ensure Catholic identity, academic excellence, fiscal sustainability and school viability. The Superintendent works with principals to certify that the operation of all elementary and secondary schools is in accordance with Archdiocesan policies and procedures, Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools (MANS) regulations, and the Archbishop’s mission of Sharing Christ in and Through the Church. The Superintendent manages the staff in the Office of Catholic Schools and reports to Bishop Arturo Cepeda, Director of the Department of Evangelization, Catechesis and Catholic Schools.

Please visit the Archdiocese of Detroit website at for a full job description and information on how to apply.
Homeowner Assistance Counselor (Pontiac)
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to providing housing and foreclosure prevention counseling services, providing homebuyer and foreclosure education in group and individual settings , organizing outreach and marketing activities, and providing accurate and timely reports on program activities.

Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) Housing Counselor Certification required.
NeighborWorks Homebuyer and Foreclosure Certifications strongly preferred.
High School Diploma or equivalent required- College degree preferred..
Two years of related experience in home buyer and foreclosure counseling.
Knowledge of the affordable housing industry.
Knowledge of the mortgage lending industry.
Knowledge of the CounselorMax Client Management System preferred.
Strong Microsoft Office skills desired.
Must have good attention to detail and excellent time management skills.
Must have the ability to work under pressure and with interruptions.
Display exemplary interpersonal skills and dedication.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Excellent customer service skills.
Be available to travel and work weekends and evenings as needed.
Commitment to the mission of Lighthouse.
Non-smoking work environment.

Candidates who meet the qualifications should submit a cover letter with salary requirements, a resume, and three (3) professional references no later than March 1, 2013 to:

Ms. Sheila Lincoln
Lighthouse Community Development
PO Box 430508
Pontiac, MI 48343-0508
Fax (248) 335-1008

Director of Marketing (Ypsilanti)
The HighScope Educational Research Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1970, located in Ypsilanti, Michigan, with a staff of approximately 50 people. The mission of HighScope is to lift lives through education through the promotion of active participatory learning. To carry out its mission, HighScope engages in the development of curriculum and assessment products, professional development, early childhood evaluative research, and advocacy of highly effective early childhood development programs. HighScope works throughout the United States and around the world.

We are seeking a knowledgeable, outgoing and energetic Director of Marketing to lead our sales and marketing department. Responsibilities include developing marketing plans and strategies, and executing all plan elements, including: sales analysis, advertising, developing promotional materials, and attending trade shows and conferences, and other lead generation activities. The Director will interact with customers, administrators in educational organizations, and policy makers and will collaborate with internal staff in development, research, publications, and other departments on: the HighScope website, the CRM system, and electronic communications such as Facebook, Twitter, and other emerging media technologies. The Director will build and maintain an environment of high standards and exceptional teamwork.

Job Requirements:
Bachelors or master’s degree in business or a related field. Minimum 5 years of sales, marketing, budget and management experience. Minimum of 3 years supervisory experience. Excellent interpersonal skills, a history of building relationships, ability to organize and prioritize tasks, and passion for early childhood education.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to
Director of Development (Detroit)
Director of Development sought for Mercy Education Project, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy, in Detroit, Michigan. Mercy Education Project’s mission is to provide educational opportunities, life skills development, and cultural enrichment to women and girls with limited access to resources to improve the quality of their lives.

The Director of Development provides leadership and management of the direction, planning, and execution of fundraising and development related activities. For the full job description and information on how to apply, please visit :

Mercy Education Project is an equal opportunity employer.
Director (Detroit)
Ilitch Charities, a 501c (3) organization and a part of the Ilitch companies organization is seeking a Director. This position is responsible for developing and executing the strategic business plan for this charitable organization, with approval from the Ilitch Charities Board of Directors. This plan would include budget, proposed fundraising activities and other strategic directives. The Director researches and makes recommendations for potential recipients of charitable funds, researches emerging trends in the non-profit and charitable foundation arena, and ensures compliance to IRS and other federal or state guidelines. Along with the hands on day to day administration of the organization, the position is responsible for the supervision of Ilitch Charities' colleagues and volunteers and works closely with the Detroit Red Wings Foundation and the Detroit Tigers Foundation, which have a reporting relationship to the Ilitch Charities Board.

Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor degree in Business, Communications, Marketing or related discipline and a minimum of 15 years in successful non-profit organizations, particularly charities or foundations. Interested and qualified candidates can apply for this position by visiting the following site to apply on line:

Ilitch Charities is an equal opportunity employer.
Bridge Care Coordinator (Lansing)
Tri County Office on Aging (TCOA) in Lansing, Michigan is seeking a Bridge Care Coordinator and a Bridge Care Coordinator Supervisor. These positions work within the Community Care Transitions Program approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, an intervention designed to reduce thirty day re-hospitalizations for at-risk older adults (65 and older). Bridge Care Coordinators will connect individuals with community resources and medical providers through a person centered process. Participants will be identified by hospital staff during the discharge process, meet before discharge with follow-up visits in the community setting for thirty days.

Established in 1974, TCOA is an agency that plans and develops services for senior citizens. The mission of the agency is to promote and preserve the independence and dignity of the aging population. The goals to accomplish this mission include:

- To help older people function as independently as possible;
- To advocate for adequate resources and sound public policy;
- To develop and support a comprehensive coordinate system of service;
- To increase awareness of aging issues and services; and
- To provide support to families assisting aging relatives.

For a detailed job posting and instructions on how to apply, please visit the Employment/Volunteer tab Please email Human Resources at with questions.
Fund Development Manager (Rochester)
Will work in conjunction with the Executive Director to spearhead fundraising initiatives. This is a new position requiring 15-20 hours per week to start, with the possibility of expansion. The Manager will have the opportunity to build and enhance fundraising components within the agency. Candidates must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, have experience in sales or marketing, and possess the ability to work closely with the local business community and community leaders. Candidate will be expected to reach fundraising quota within first year of employment. BA/BS or equivalent experience required with at least five years fund development experience. Computer skills and experience with DonorPerfect software is a plus.

Submit cover letter and resume by March 8 to:
CFO (Southfield)
Volunteers of America Michigan is one of 35 affiliates of Volunteers of America, one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with over 116 years of service to the community. Our programs address the needs of our community’s disadvantaged, focusing on all levels of our continuum of care while at the same time, embracing entrepreneurial initiatives to support our cause.

Volunteers of America Michigan is seeking an accomplished strategic and collaborative leader to lead the agency’s financial and fiscal strategy, planning, development and innovation. The CFO will report directly to the President/CEO and be part of the Executive Leadership Team.

Candidates should have an MBA in Finance and 5 years in a financial leadership role at an organization with a record of success in financial modeling and access to capital or equivalent. Tax Credit Certification and experience with risk management a plus. Candidate must be able to cultivate strong working relationships with President/CEO and Executive Leadership Team, affiliate CFOs, Board members, senior management and key leaders in the community. Experience with non-profit accounting, government funding, regulatory agency accounting practices, and strong written and oral communication skills required. Position requires strong skills at systems analysis, motivating, and consensus and relationship building.

Comprehensive benefits package and salary commensurate with experience. To apply, visit our web site at or send cover letter, resume and salary requirements
Safe Routes to School Operations Coordinator (Lansing)
DESCRIPTION: In cooperation with Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), coordinate Safe Routes to School (SRTS) funding application and award process, outcomes, and guidelines, including data management procedures and materials, and lead Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) SRTS staff in preparing for selection advisory committee meetings. Develop and implement surveys and database management tools to identify and meet information needs. Provide technical assistance, application support, training and outreach to increase walking, bicycling, and rolling to school. Provide technical assistance, outreach, and training to Michigan communities interested in developing a SRTS program. Maintain program website and communication materials.

Proven leadership in developing and implementing grant application systems, procedures and communications.
Grant management experience.
Experience implementing surveys and utilizing results for program improvement.
Experience with public policy initiatives and community engagement strategies.
Demonstrated competence in Microsoft Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, and website maintenance along with GIS mapping and social media channels.
Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and problem-solving track record.
Demonstrated ability to be successful in a team environment. Excellent communication skills

EDUCATION: B.A. or B.S. in Planning, Community Development, Health Promotion, Education or related fields. Master’s degree preferred. Experience may substitute for degree requirement.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience.

Click here for complete job description.

Send resume and cover letter to:
Michigan Fitness Foundation
Attn. Meg Thomas
P.O. Box 27187
Lansing, MI 48909
or email with ‘Operations Coordinator’ in the subject line to
Administrative Director (Okemos)
Administrative Director, Child and Family Services of Michigan, Inc., State Office
Provides leadership and management of all agency activities, including supervision of agency programs (Post-Adoption, Confidential Intermediary Search Service, Operation Good Cheer™, Children’s Entitlement Fund,) as well as services to member agencies, Member Benefits, and Inter-Agency coordination. The Administrative Director also oversees and serves as Resident Agent and Manager for Michigan Specialty Insurance Agency (MSIA), a for profit subsidiary of CFSM. Manages the agency’s finances and reporting. Solicit contributions, donations, and gifts in kind.

Required: Bachelor’s degree [Master’s preferred] in a specifically related field with at least two years administrative and fund-raising experience; or, an equivalent number of years (6-8 minimum) directly related, practical and in-depth, non-profit agency experience (inclusive of administrative, fund-raising, and program delivery functions). Preference will be given to applicants who have at least five years experience in the insurance industry, and who hold insurance agent credentials for P&C and L&H. A successful background in fund development, grant writing, program development, and community relations with a nonprofit organization is highly desired. Full job description

Compensation: Competitive salary and fringe benefits. Qualified applicants only: Submit cover letter and resume
Deadline: March 11, 2013
Child and Family Services of Michigan, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Executive Director (Flint)
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Flint
Salary: $70,000 - $85,000 + Incentive

Summary: The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for overall management of two locations, ensuring that programs and services directly benefit young members. Position Responsibilities:
• Provides strategic leadership through the Club’s goals, objectives, and procedures along with developing administrative and operations standards. • Ensures the Club is using “best practices” in all they do and fosters the safety of its members. • Sets, monitors, and meets the fundraising goals, including grant targets. • Monitors and approves program services and assures achievement. • Promotes the Club services to individuals, other service organizations and the local community. • Ensures financial stability, compliance with membership and standards of the national Club, United Way and other affiliated and regulatory agencies. • Oversees staffing activities including recruiting, selecting, training supervising and evaluating both paid and volunteer staff. • Other responsibilities as described in the position description.

Qualifications: This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of five to seven years of leadership experience strong collaboration skills, fundraising (including grants), strategic visioning ability, financial management, and experience in an urban environment. Skills/Knowledge/Abilities (SKA) Required: • Strong public speaking skills. • Strong fundraising skills including grants. • Must possess an entrepreneurial spirit. • Be passionate about the purpose and mission of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Flint.

For more information and to apply, please visit
Application Deadline: February 27, 2013
Housing and Family Services Self Sufficiency Specialist (Fremont)
Housing and Family Services Self Sufficiency Specialist – The HFS Housing and Family Services Self Sufficiency specialist position responds to community members at risk of or experiencing homelessness, needing utility assistance, identified as being food insecure, or in need of other services to stabilize and support the household’s living situation. The HFS Self Sufficiency Specialist serves as the point of contact for eligibility determination, case plan development, case management, outcome reporting, and follow up for self sufficiency services offered through TrueNorth Community Services. The Specialist works to identify needs and solutions for low-income households, track outcome data on each household served and use continuous quality improvement methodologies to manage services to outcomes.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a four year college or university in social work, human services, community development, business, or related field; prior experience working in the human services field preferred. The employee must possess a valid and unrestricted driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Interested candidates have until 02/25/13 at 5pm to apply.

Send resume to TrueNorth Community Services, Attn: Ms. Chris Kenney, PO Box 149, Fremont, MI 49412 EOE.
Coord/Development & Events (Troy)
Special Olympics
Responsible for major event planning and logistics including overseeing the Detroit Polar Plunge, and other Polar Plunges and special events in southeast Michigan. Responsible for generating and growing revenue and sponsors by coordinating special event fundraising in southeast Michigan. Recruits, trains and oversees committees to direct and support fundraising events. Responsible for corporate sponsorship support. Identifies opportunities for cash and in-kind (budget relieving) sponsorships.

Required qualifications include bachelor's degree or equivalent; one year of experience in fund raising, event management and volunteer administration; ability to communicate effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing; demonstrated positive interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to project a positive image; ability to travel and work evenings and weekends as needed. proficiency with computers; specifically Microsoft Suite.
Desired qualifications include Experience and working knowledge of Special Olympics Michigan; experience working with donor management software..

Wage: commensurate with qualifications.
Hours: Primarily Mon-Fri (8-5); evening/weekends as necessary.
Screening begins immediately and continues until filled. Applicants must apply on-line at CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly & actively strives to increase diversity within its community (
President & CEO (Bath)
The Board of Trustees of the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy is seeking qualified candidates to fill the President and CEO position at the Conservancy. Candidates should express their interest in leading the Conservancy in the future by emailing their qualifications to by March 20.

The Michigan Wildlife Conservancy is a science-based, non-profit membership organization that restores and conserves fish, wildlife and habitat, and trains others to do the same.

The Conservancy’s impact on Michigan’s wildlife legacy over the last 30 years has been profound. Prospective candidates for the position are invited to learn more about the conservancy at
A bachelor’s degree is required. A degree in business or a natural resources discipline or an MBA in non-profit organization management is desirable.

Experience with grantmaking, fundraising events, and development activities is essential. Good oral and written communication skills and solid computer skills is important. Experience in data base management software is desirable, particularly data base software for nonprofit organizations (the MWC uses the Raisers Edge). Familiarity with fish, wildlife, habitat and/or forestry helpful. Experience with non-profit board, working with volunteers and supervising employees all important; an ability and willingness to advocate firm positions on behalf of the organization is critical.

Compensation requirements can be submitted with qualifications. Actual compensation will be determined based on the qualifications of the individual selected. Employment terms (time, compensation, schedule, etc.) negotiable. Final job responsibility and title commensurate with candidate’s qualifications.
Strategic Planning Services (Okemos)
The Michigan Community Action Agency Association's Request for Proposal (RFP) for Strategic Planning Services may be obtained at the association's website beginning February 8, 2013.

Proposals are due by the Close of Business (COB) on Friday, March 8, 2013. Please visit: to download a copy of the RFP. Any questions regarding proposal submission may be submitted on MCAAA's website at:
Local Coordinators (Battlecreek, Kalamazoo, Okemos)
Are You Interested in Making a World of Difference in a High School Student's Life? International Experience (iE-USA), a premier international high school student exchange program, is seeking individuals with an interest in promoting cultural awareness and learning. We bring high school exchange students from around the world to the US to live with a host family for a semester or a full school year.

As a local coordinator you would be responsible for promoting the program in your communities, identifying and screening potential host families, placing students with caring families and in local schools. You support the students and families throughout the school year by maintaining regular contact and providing assistance as needed in compliance with Department of State regulations.

This is an independent contractor position and provides excellent supplemental income. Our local coordinators are paid $850 per academic year plus incredible travel incentives! We need Local Coordinators in the following locations: Battlecreek, Kalamazoo and Okemos.

Please respond with resume or visit our website to apply online at
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International Experience is listed on the CSIET Advisory List for 2011-2012
Payroll/Benefits Specialist (Wayne)
The Senior Alliance, Area Agency on Aging is currently recruiting for a Payroll/Benefits Specialist with 5 years of experience processing Payroll and Benefits is required. Familiarity with automated payroll system is a plus. DUTIES • Collect and report payroll data (leave time, insurance and 403(B) deductions, etc). • Administer the day to day operations and annual open enrollment of the group benefit programs (health, dental, vision, disability, life,etc.) • Provide exceptional internal customer service and quality benefit plans. • Assist in researching, recommending and implementing benefit programs. • Assist in reviewing possible plan design or benefit cost changes. • Assist in evaluating, measuring and auditing benefit plan utilization. • All other duties as assigned.Submit cover letter and resume to:  HR@TSALINK.ORG
Director of Individual Giving and Donor Relations (Detroit)
Reports To Chief Fund Development Officer
Employee Type: FULL Time Salary.
Responsible for developing and implementing an effective, comprehensive annual individual giving program. Partnering with the development staff, this manager develops and implements the individual giving strategies and programs that include the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of annual gifts from alumni, parents, and friends, including personal solicitations, on-line, events, telephone solicitations, direct mail and donor relations. Essential Duties: Assist FD Officer in the creation and implementation of the annual development plan and strategy; sets funding priorities. Develop and grow individual and alumni donor base; manage annual giving campaign cultivate major gifts. Solicit and obtain increased donations and participation. Co-craft and execute with FD Officer strategies to expand portfolio of leadership donors. Collaborate with development staff in strategic marketing to build an effective case for investing in GSSEM at the leadership gifts level. Plan small and large-scale fundraising events for individual donors and support annual department events. Interface with CEO and Board Fund Development Committee to support fund raising efforts. Oversee donor management database. Advises stakeholders on trends in philanthropic world which may affect organizational priorities.

Qualifications; Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s degree preferred. Minimum 5 years experience and proven track record of success in fundraising, individual gift solicitation, donor management (3 years which involves fundraising and volunteer management).

Send Resume with Cover letter to: Angela Benitez, Human Resources Director, - Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan

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