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EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - March 29, 2013 - JOBS, JOBS, JOBS

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - March 29, 2013
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Family Advocate (Pontiac)
Job Summary: Knowledge of domestic violence, substance abuse, and mental health related issues. Ability to identify and meet the counseling needs of adult women and children through advocacy, referrals and case management. Must have excellent communication skills and be able to establish good rapport and healthy boundaries with clients. Be able to work with people of various socio-economic, multi-cultural backgrounds, and sexual orientations. Have the ability to work as part of a team.

Essential Job Functions:
Assesses individual counseling needs of clients; provides advocacy on an individual and group basis to target groups as assigned and provides referrals as needed.
Assists clients with goal setting, job/education search, time management, and communication skills.
Assists in the planning and delivery of program services to clients
Coordinates, develops and conducts support groups
Administers and compiles client assessments and evaluations
Records and processes client program fees
Coordinates and presents new resident orientation
Builds rapport with outside agencies to enhance program
Attends on-going training/conferences
Any other duties/tasks as assigned

Education/Professional Requirements:
Bachelors degree, preferably in Human Resource Development, Guidance and Counseling, Psychology or Social Work, or Associates degree in one of the above areas plus two years residential experience
Child Protective Service clearance

Full time/salary/exempt
Salary commensurate with education and experience.

Submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements no later than April 25, 2013 to:

Tia Cobb, Executive Director
Lighthouse PATH
130 Center Street
Pontiac, MI 48342


Maintenance Supervisor (Pontiac)
Faith-based non-profit organization is looking for a Maintenance Supervisor.
Rate: $10-15 (Commensurate with experience)
Health, Dental, IRA company match retirement plan.

Duties May Include:
- Participate in the development of policies and procedures that affect the use of supplies and facilities.
- Develop a system for cleaning, repair and maintenance of facilities.
- Order and maintain cleaning supplies throughout facilities.
- Ensure the safety of the building or establishment from fire other hazards.
- Initiate an active campaign on safety measures in the building.
- Prepare pertinent records and reports for the safety service division
- Recruiting facilities service staff and training them appropriately to ensure competent work
- Maintaining the efficiency and good working conditions of the facilities.
- Participate in preparing the budget and so that the facilities maintenance team will get the facilities maintenance team will have adequate funds for its operation.
- Educate the workers of the establishment on the proper use and care of its equipment

Strong computer skills including expertise in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
A heart and desire to serve the needy in a Christian environment.
Highly organized, detail-oriented with the ability to prioritize according to urgency.

You should not consider that you are applying for a forty-hour job. Rather, you are applying for an opportunity to minister to needy people. This will often require extra time, as well as your daily genuine prayers and commitment.

Applicants should send their resumes as an attachment to the body of an email to:
Sexual Assault Therapist/Children’s Specialist (Macomb County)
This is a highly responsible position for an individual to provide therapy, crisis intervention and advocacy to child and adolescent survivors, as well as education with caregivers and outreach in the community. The Sexual Assault Therapist/Children’s Specialist will provide direct therapeutic services ranging from crisis intervention to criminal justice support for victims/survivors of child sexual assault ages 3-18 years old. The position requires facilitation of therapeutic activities for individuals, families and in support groups, both on and off site, throughout Macomb County. This therapist will be required to work with other organizations in the community and provide education and information on impact of child/adolescent sexual assault. A Master’s Degree in Social Work or other related field is preferred, however a Bachelor’s Degree with at least two years sexual assault/domestic violence related work experience may be considered. A person with specific studies in child development and psychology is desired. Ideally this person should have one year of actual work experience with children in an educational setting, residential/child-care facility or family and children services agency, plus a year of domestic/sexual violence work or victim related work experience. Must have reliable transportation, insurance, a valid Michigan Driver’s License and a good driving record. Must pass a DHS central registry and criminal background check as a condition of employment.

Resumes can be emailed to or mailed to Turning Point Attn: Martha Macauley PO Box 1123 Mt. Clemens, MI 48046.
Resident Advocate/Crisis Line Worker (Macomb County)
Serve as staff member on duty for crisis response and resident advocacy at domestic violence and sexual assault program. Must have past employment, volunteer work, or internship in the field of domestic violence, sexual assault, and crisis counseling and/or enrollment in a degree program in human services. Must demonstrate sensitivity to survivors of violence and members of diverse populations, and working knowledge of empowerment, oppression, and violence models. Must be able to flex schedule to fill in weekend and midnight shifts. Some holidays are required. Must have the ability to work with diverse populations. Must have reliable transportation, insurance, a valid Michigan Driver’s License and a good driving record. Must pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment.

Resumes can be emailed to or mailed to Turning Point Attn: Martha Macauley PO Box 1123 Mt. Clemens, MI 48046.
Programs and Community Outreach Coordinator (Detroit)
The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy is seeking a candidate with 3+ years experience to provide program and community outreach planning and coordination and on-going support for social media initiatives. Responsibilities include coordination of DRFC programming; implementation of individual and partnered programs; collaboration on the development of new programming; general support for community outreach programs and events; regular updating and analysis of social media and the DRFC website; and support for e-newsletters and quarterly board reports. The successful candidate should have an undergraduate degree, references, excellent communication and writing skills, and proficiency in PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel, Word, Outlook and social media. This is a full-time position with benefits reporting to the Director of Programs and Director of Communications.

Send resumes to No phone calls please. The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer.
Fund Development/Communications Specialist (Clarkston)
Swan for Life Cancer Foundation (SFLCF) is looking for a part time Fund Development and Communications Specialist reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED), the Fund Development and Communications Specialist will spearhead development and communications efforts as SFLCF continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the qualified individual will have the opportunity to build the development and communications function. Duties include, but are not limited to:

Fund Development (75%)
Write and implement a fund development plan; Maintain and add to SFLCF contact list of donors.
Actively seeking and identifying potential individual and corporate donors; Oversee SFLCF Etapestry online donor database; Actively solicit financial contributions from individuals and corporations; Preparing and distributing timely acknowledgement letters and other important donor correspondence; Helping plan and implement all fundraising events.

Communications & Marketing (25%)
Supporting media relations activities by preparing press releases, providing support for press events, and engaging in other activities to expose the media and the public to SFLCF as needed; Helping develop and prepare effective social marketing and engagement tools; Representing SFLCF at public events; Updating and maintaining a media contacts database.
We are seeking a candidate with excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, previous non-profit fund development experience, and familiarity with donor database software.
Experience with the ability to create and maintain social media sites (e.g. Facebook).
Salary commensurate with experience. Please submit your resume and salary requirements to
Contractual Development Associate (Detroit)
RFP--Contractual Development Associate

Contract Description: The Development Associate assists the Alliance Development Director of the Detroit Community Arts Alliance in all aspects of member organizations’ development activities related to individual giving. This includes all individual donor revenue streams such as direct mail, donor events, major gifts and planned gifts, among others. In addition, the Development Associate will maintain all aspects of the member organizations’ donor databases, which include data on foundation, corporate and individual donors. The Development Associate will managed by and support the Alliance Development Director and the individual Executive Directors of the four DCAA member organizations (Matrix Theatre Company, Heritage Works, Living Arts, and VSA Michigan) in coordinating their Individual Giving programs, including prospect research, appeal and donor event production, and the execution of cultivation and stewardship plans.

Terms: $6,800 for a 5-month contract for 340 hours total, payable monthly upon invoice
Projected hours
April: 108 hours
May: 121 hours
June: 83 hours
July: 12 hours (just VSA)
August 16 hours (just VSA)

Some morning availability is required. Services will take place at four different sites, generally once-or twice-weekly at each site.

Two or more DCAA organizations may be interested in contracting individually for additional service once their 85-hour share under the DCAA contract is fulfilled. That could mean some additional hours through individual contracts starting in early June and ending in July.

To apply: Send your resume with three professional references and a cover letter to by April 12, 2012. Resumes reviewed upon receipt
Case Management/Workforce Development Specialists (Oakland County)
Develop employment leads, deliver class room employment training which includes resume writing, job search strategies, interviewing techniques, etc. Be responsible for one-on-one employment coaching of clients on an on-going basis while maintaining strict confidentiality regarding all counseling information.

Conduct individual skill assessments to evaluate education, work, and volunteer history.
Identify job openings and handle client referrals
Build relationships with employers.
Monitor and record individual and group client performance data.
Achieve and maintain proficiency in the use of the ETO software as required by the greater Detroit Center for Working Families and Lighthouse of Oakland County
Maintain strict confidentiality regarding all client data.
Deliver class room training to CWF participants
Perform related duties as assigned.

A minimum of two years of counseling and case management in community based organizations preferred.
Must be able to work with individuals at various social-economic levels.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
Must be able to analyze and problem solve.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Must be self-motivated and able to work productively with minimal supervision.
Proficient in all Microsoft Office Programs.
Some evenings and weekends required.
Must possess a valid driver’s license, auto insurance, and transportation to travel between different sites.

Educational/Professional Requirements:
Bachelor degree required

Salary Range:
Commensurate with education and experience

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements no later than April 16, 2013 to:

Anthony Thornton
Center for Working Families
46156 Woodward
Pontiac, MI 48342
248-920-6000 ext. 2121
Financial Accountant - Liabilities (Lansing)
The Opportunity Resource Fund, is a non-profit, community development financial institution, offering affordable housing, business, and single family mortgage loans throughout the state of Michigan. We are looking to add a financial accountant to join our Finance team who is able to produce GAAP compliant financial statements, experienced with accounts payable processes, and able to identify and implement process improvements.

The ideal candidate will have a four year degree in Accounting or Finance, three to five years of experience in the Accounting/Finance areas, and the ability to handle multiple projects and competing priorities. Experience in nonprofit accounting, loans, or Sage nonprofit accounting software a plus. Strong verbal and written communication skills are a must.

Apply today by submitting your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to or Opportunity Resource Fund, 330 Marshall Street, Suite 105, Lansing, MI 48912. To learn more about the Opportunity Resource Fund and how you can become part of a dynamic organization working to fulfill its mission to provide loans to benefit Michigan communities while fostering economic and social justice please visit our website
Staff Accountant (Ann Arbor)
The Staff Accountant will work 20-30 hours per week.
Responsibilities include:
Manage the day-to-day activities of accounts receivable, payable, cash disbursements, invoicing/billing,vendor credits and collections, payroll, general & entity accounting.
- Manage all aspects of grant financials including funders, grant commitments, payment dates, report
dates, and all income and expenses according to individual grant budgets.
- Manage all accounting activities related to the Fair Food Fund and its loans, payments,& interest.
Qualifications include:
Minimum 5 years’ experience with grants accounting and managing financial systems and budgets,
financial reporting, financial data analysis, auditing, and providing financial advice. Special
consideration will be given to candidates with non-profit experience..
- Solid knowledge of generally accepted accounting practices and principles.
- Fluency of federal and private grant financial compliance from both the pre- and post-award
- Advanced expertise in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel.
Send cover letter & resume to:
Managing Director (Detroit)
The Automobile National Heritage Partnership (Partnership) has an immediate opening in their Detroit Office for a Full-Time Managing Director. An affiliated area of the National Park Service, position requires someone skilled at partnering with all levels of government, private industry and nonprofits. The board seeks a creative, entrepreneurial, highly motivated champion of preservation, cooperation, coalition building, education and tourism. Important skills include building and implementing long term and strategic actions and operations for the implementation of the federally approved management plan, nonprofit capacity building for the Partnership and its partners, sustainability planning and implementation, network building and maintaining and board development.

Interested parties are invited to submit a resume, cover letter, salary requirements and three work-related reference letters no later than 2 p..m. on Wednesday, April 3, 2013 to:

Debra Locke-Daniel, Search Committee & Board Chair, MotorCities National Heritage Area with no telephone inquiries please.

Compensation Package is commensurate with experience and background
Director of Public Policy (Wixom)
ArtServe is seeking a qualified, forward-thinking, innovative, self-motivated, energetic and team-oriented candidate, with a demonstrated passion for the critical importance of the arts, culture, arts education and creative economy for Michigan’s future, to serve in the role of Director of Public Policy, a full-time exempt position. The Director of Public Policy will provide leadership, strategic direction and management of ArtServe’s statewide advocacy and public policy initiatives and report to the President & CEO. In general, the duties and responsibilities of this position are focused on efforts to:

- Coordinate advocacy and lobbying efforts to engage a growing network of “grasstops and grassroots” advocates;
- Cultivate greater understanding and support for the contributing impacts of the arts, culture, arts education and creative economy in Michigan among state and federal public officials and executive leaders, and advocates and stakeholders statewide; and
- Advance diversified and sustainable funding, policies and programs to position the arts, culture, arts education and creative industries as a strategic asset and force in Michigan’s reinvention.

For more information please visit to download the job description and application submittal requirements.
Accountant (Detroit)
Apparatus Solutions Inc. seeks a professional, detail-oriented Accountant to work with various non-profit clients. While hours can vary the candidate will most likely work approximately 30 - 40 hours per week. Responsibilities include recording and inputting journal entries, check run and deposits, reconciling bank statements, and preparing financial statements for all clients. The qualified candidate should have experience in non-profit accounting and have strong organizational skills. A working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, Peachtree and QuickBooks is recommended. A minimum of 5 years work experience is preferred.

Interested candidates should forward resume to

Organizational Information
Apparatus Solutions, Inc. (Apparatus) is a team of dedicated professionals focused on the goal of facilitating high-impact solutions while generating exceptional value for businesses. Dedicated to the success of our clients we primarily service non-profit organizations throughout Michigan. Our expertly trained staff offers a tailored approach and provides cost-effective services that include Strategic Financial Planning, Accounting, Payroll, Human Resources and Administrative Support.

This is an hourly paid position and rate of pay will be commensurate with experience.
Director, Human Resources (Detroit)
Three to five years experience human resources leadership, including minimum two years supervision/management. Non-profit experience preferred

Bachelor's Degree, Business Administration, Human Resources, Psychology, Other Related. Masters Degree preferred

Licensure: PHR/SPHR preferred

Directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination, and evaluation of the Human Resources functions

Responsible for overall leadership of Human Resources. Administer, evaluate, develop, and recommend talent management, compensation and fringe benefit, policy formulation and compliance practices, and related management strategies in consultation with the Human Resources, Management and Leadership teams

Maintain all human resources records and conduct all human resource activities in conformance with legal and other generally accepted practices and various requirements as set forth by local, state, and national governmental, accrediting and other regulatory bodies ensuring legal compliance to the most rigorous standard

Regional Development Director (Southfield)
Contract position, part-time, 10-15 hours per week

Frankie’s Friends charitable pet foundation ( raises public support to find cures and save pets with cancer and other devastating diseases. Frankie’s Friends provides funding, in regions of the United States in which money is raised, to loving and responsible families that cannot afford the critical medical treatment needed for their pets.

The Development Director will create, implement and evaluate development programs that support the Frankie’s Friends mission throughout Michigan. The successful candidate must have outstanding organizational, verbal and writing skills.

Experience: 5-7 years of development experience including demonstrated success in major gifts and annual giving, special event planning, and volunteer management

- Develop and steward major-gift donor relationships, making in-person visits to donors and potential supporters as appropriate.
- Assist volunteers in raising money for Frankie’s Friends through special events with guidance, materials and supplies.
- Lead regional marketing efforts to gain awareness, communicate with supporters and increase fundraising.
- Provide accurate and timely information regarding donations to assure records and gifts are appropriately recorded and acknowledged.
- Create electronic albums of regional grant recipients for donors and participating hospitals using family-provided thank you notes and photos..
- Communicate with veterinarians and team members at hospitals using Frankie’s Friends funds regarding fundraising projects and program success stories.
- Communicate funding guidelines and provide internal and external options to families seeking assistance for their pets.

Submit cover letters and resumes by April 8 to Rebecca DeYarman,
Development Services Associate (Detroit)
The American Red Cross depends heavily on the support of our generous donor population. We participate in many donor-focused fundraising activities including identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding of top corporate and foundation partners, as well as with individual donors across the country. The funds we receive provide unrestricted support to our Chapters, helping us fulfill our mission to provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare and respond to emergencies in our communities.

We are currently seeking a Development Services Associate to work in our Detroit, MI office.

The Development Services Associate verifies, enters and maintains data related to Regional Fundraising and Development activities. The Development Services Associate processes and acknowledges all donor contributions and generates and delivers timely reporting.

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent with the ability to become proficient with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Experience with Raiser’s Edge software preferred. Minimum 6 months – 2 years work experience in a professional office environment, including administrative volunteer experience.

If this sounds like the kind of opportunity that you've been waiting for, please visit our website by March 27, 2013 at:

The American Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that 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.
Case Manager/Therapist (Detroit)
Adult Well-Being Services

- Provide case management services in the community.
- Ensure that consumers receive regular assessments and that services are provided in an integrated programs.
- Develop, implement and monitor individualized treatment plans.
- Provide individual and group therapy to consumers with co-occurring disorders.
- Provide crisis intervention.
- Make referrals to supportive services.
- Collaborate with other related persons/groups including families, staff and community service providers.
- Other duties as assigned.

- State social work license.
- Experience working in Community Mental health, including co-occurring disorders.
- High Level of clear and accurate writing, documentation and computer skills.
- Ability to observe, evaluate, accurately document and report facts, and meet reporting deadlines.
- Ability to develop and maintain excellent relationships with consumers, service providers and other staff.

- LLMSW or Licensed Masters Counselor.
- A valid Michigan Driver’s License and an acceptable driving record.

- Licensed Masters in Social Work.
- Certified Addiction Counselor.

Please fax resume and cover letter to (313) 921-9106.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (Detroit)
Adult Well-Being Services

In Community Mental Health Out-Patient Clinic - Mental Health and Substance Abuse Program

Conduct psychiatric evaluations and med reviews, complete online documentation requirements and work with nurses and case managers in providing services to adults with co-occurring disorders. Skills/Experience Required: Appropriate licensures and certifications, two (2) to four (4) years experience in Community Mental Health, including substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Fee-for-service, contract basis, up to twenty (20) hours per week.

Qualified candidates: Please submit a cover letter and your resume via e-mail to Sherry Glenn, Manager, Employee Programs or by fax at (313) 921-9106.
Director of Philanthropy (Detroit)
The ACLU Fund of Michigan seeks a dynamic, experienced, and ambitious Director of Philanthropy to lead and expand a diverse program that emphasizes major gifts, annual giving, planning giving, and foundation support.

Ideal experience will include:
- Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent combination of education and experience, including at least seven years of progressively responsible development experience. CFRE accreditation desirable.
- Firm commitment to the mission of the ACLU and knowledge of civil rights history.
- Strong major gifts experience, including research, planning, and solicitations.
- Collegial, a team player, willing to learn, and curious.
- Creative, result-oriented, self-starting, and able to manage an aggressive schedule, working beyond 9-5 as needed.
- Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to motivate others as well as to work well with colleagues and volunteers in positive, team-oriented approach.
The compensation for this position will be competitive and commensurate with the successful candidate’s background and experience. Excellent benefits include paid vacation, medical and dental insurance, pension plan, life and long-term disability insurance, and generous paid holidays.

The full posting is at:

To apply email, fax or mail cover letter and resume by April 5, 2013 to: Kary Moss, Executive Director at with a copy ACLU of Michigan - 2966 Woodward Avenue - Detroit, MI 48201
Regional Chief Executive Officer (Grand Rapids)
The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. The American Red Cross is the foremost volunteer emergency service organization in the United States with more than 600 chapters nationwide.

We are currently seeking a Regional Chapter Executive to work at our Greater Grand Rapids Chapter in Grand Rapids, MI.

As a Regional Chapter Executive, you will focus externally on core mission delivery, fundraising and being the face of the Red Cross for the media, donors and their communities. You will serve as the principal Red Cross leader in the community, leading teams in fundraising, service delivery, and partnerships, as well as being accountable for achieving performance targets, including fundraising/revenue, expense and service delivery. You will serve as the chief fundraiser, managing staff and volunteers to meet assigned revenue targets.


Four year college degree (BS/BA) in Business, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Finance or non-profit administration or equivalent experience required. Prefer Master's degree in the field of community organization, public or business administration or nonprofit management.

Minimum 5 years related experience in the profit or not-for-profit sector in business, sales or corporate administration. Proven track record in raising significant financial resources. Minimum 3 years experience directing a workforce and program management responsibilities.

Please visit our website at:

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V
Special Events Manager (Detroit)
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order is currently seeking a Special Events Manager. The primary purpose of this position is to effectively plan and implement annual giving and special events of several of the Detroit based ministries.

Bachelor degree or equivalent experience required
Three years prior experience in a fund raising, Development, or marketing.
Understand and implement processes to address and comply with legal and regulatory requirements for ministry special events and activities.
The ability to develop and create appealing communications and publications.
Ability to function in a collaborative environment while also working independently and managing several tasks simultaneously.
Effective interpersonal and communication skills.
Computer Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Raiser’s Edge
In conjunction with the Province Public Relations Office, coordinate public and media relations and advertising campaigns as they relate to events.
Develop and maintain community contacts (individual and organizations) who support and the mission of the Capuchin Ministries.
Some periodic travel will be required.

The work schedule is generally Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm with occasional evening and weekend work related to special events

Please submit letter of interest and resume to: Include "Special Events Manager" in the subject line.
Attention: Human Resources
Special Events Manager
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order
1820 Mt. Elliott Street
Detroit, Michigan 48207

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