Friday, May 10, 2013

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - May 10, 2013

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Fund Development Director (Detroit)
The Heat And Warmth Fund (THAW) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides emergency energy assistance to Michigan residents in need. THAW is seeking to fill the Fund Development Director position. Applicant will be responsible for working towards achieving fundraising goals. This includes leveraging key relationships and contacts within and outside THAW’s network to ensure meeting revenue goals. This position reports to the VP of Marketing.

  • Collaborates with the Board of Directors, VP of Marketing and CEO to create a fund development plan that aligns with the strategic goals of the organization;
  • Implements fund development strategies to increase corporate/foundation support;
  • Examine major donor lists and develop solicitation plan to maintain and grow these relationships;
  • Works directly with CEO to manage foundation relationships and secure foundation support;
  • Develops revenue model that provides a strategic commercial partnership with our utility stakeholders;
  • Build relationship and strategy for board engagement, leveraging relationships;
  • Leverage personal contacts capable of providing corporate support;
  • Develop, manage and update a corporate donor prospect pipeline;
  • Provide CEO with a monthly report on sales efforts;
  • Assist with designing sponsorship and donor packages for upcoming events. Cultivate new and existing relationships by hosting small events, luncheons and attending networking events.
Position Requirements
  • Cold call sales experience;
  • Excellent presentation, oral and written communication abilities;
  • Must demonstrate solid knowledge of fundraising techniques and strategies;
  • Experience with developing and maintaining productive corporate working relationships;
  • Bachelor’s degree, advanced degree a plus;
  • A minimum of five years fundraising experience.
Please submit your resume with cover letter to with the subject line of Fund Development Director.
Administrative Assistant/Office Manager (Berkley)
Michigan Interfaith Power & Light (Michigan IPL)

Michigan IPL is seeking an administrative assistant/office manager for our small but expanding office. This is a part time position with the potential of becoming full time.

Michigan IPL’s mission is to deepen the connection between ecology and faith. Our current focus is to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency and other sustainable practices in houses of worship, of all faiths, throughout Michigan. Michigan IPL consists of an Executive Director, Public Relations Director, 10 board members, and 190+ member congregations who develop and participate in grassroots outreach, education and advocacy efforts around climate and energy issues.

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Michigan Interfaith Power & Light—a 501(c)(3) charitable organization—is a coalition of more than 190+member congregations and individual supporters. Our mission is to involve Michigan faith communities as stewards of the earth by promoting and implementing energy efficiency, renewable energy, and related sustainable practices through education, advocacy, and action.

Michigan IPL is an equal opportunity employer.
Multimedia Writer/Editor (Lansing)
The Michigan Association of School Boards is seeking a multi-media writer and editor. The multi-media writer and editor coordinates and generates content for all platforms. This includes creating an original content development plan and all writing and editing. It also entails content for all MASB internal and external products and publications, as well as other news releases, viewpoints and articles for non-MASB publications. This position also serves as MASB webmaster. This position is a leadership position within the organization, and is expected to provide members with the utmost professional service while serving as the communications and PR liaison to internal departments and members.

A more complete job description can be found at:

Please send the following to no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, May 17, 2013:

  • A cover letter outlining your specific qualifications for this position;
  • Your current resume;
  • Three references;
  • Three writing samples.
Development Manager (Southfield)
The Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan is seeking a Development Manager.. Primary responsibilities will relate to relationship management and fundraising Key areas to include developing and maintaining relationships with donors, volunteers, corporate partners and planning/execution of fundraising events. Ideal candidate must possess Bachelor’s Degree in related field, two years prior experience in a development role within a non-profit organization or event planning and a proven track record in relationship management and fund development. Send resume and salary requirements to E..O.E.
Development Manager (Birmingham)

  • Donor Database: Provide leadership and oversight of Blackbaud, Raiser’s Edge donor database system;
  • Capital Campaign and Major Gifts: Provide leadership, oversight to ensure financial goals are met in established timeline;
  • Grants: Provide leadership and oversight with the goal of increasing grant funding for designated programs;
  • Annual Fund Campaign: Provide leadership, oversight to ensure increased participation levels of all constituents and increased donations levels. Assist Director of Advancement;
  • Planned Giving: Provide leadership and oversight in establishing Planned Giving opportunities;
  • Annual Gala & Auction;
    • Assist in securing event sponsorships (Corporate and Family);
    • Assist with donor cultivation and increased constituent giving;
  • Donor Events;
    • Assist in planning, implementing all donor related events;
Bachelor’s degree from accredited university.

Special Knowledge/Skill:
Proficient maintaining ERP data-base for donations, giving campaigns.. Experience with Blackbaud software, the Raisers Edge module would be ideal. Capital campaign experience highly desired.

Minimum 3-5 years experience in similar role.

Eton Academy educates students with reading, attention and other learning challenges-building academic skills and self-confidence in an accepting supportive environment. Eton Academy is a special purpose school for students who learn differently serving students in grades 1-12 who are of average to above average academic potential with a learning difference such as dyslexia, dysgraphia or ADHD.

Visit our website to learn more about our school located in Birmingham, Michigan.

Please forward your resume and cover letter via E-mail:
Food Pantry Director (Walled Lake)
Hospitality House’s mission is to end hunger in our community by providing food to those in need. HH is looking for a Food Pantry Director to oversee all activities of HH and further the organization’s mission. This position reports to the Board of Directors.

Position is part-time in Walled Lake and approximately 30 hours per week.

Program Direction and Support- Serves as the leader for all pantry-related activities. Develops eligibility guidelines and oversee acceptance clients. Responsible for volunteer training activities.

Public Relations- Community relations representative with a positive public persona. Promotes awareness of hunger and pantry activities throughout the community
Food- Responsible for the acquisition, storage, and distribution of food. Oversees and coordinates food drives within the community

Financial- Propose and monitors annual budget and oversees HH bookkeeper. Initiates and oversees significant fundraising activities. Seeks grant opportunities and write grant proposals to help fund the pantry activities


  • Bachelor’s degree in related field highly desirable;
  • Managerial and leadership experience required;
  • Strong communication and organizational skills;
  • Self-starter with ability to multi-task;
  • Strong Microsoft Word and Excel skills;
  • Ability to plan, monitor and evaluate pantry financial information and budget process;
  • Experience with community fundraising activities;
  • Experience with grant-writing helpful.
To Apply: Email resume to or fax to 313-392-7679 by May 24, 2013.
Director, Metro Detroit Partnership (Detroit)
Purpose: The Director of the Metro Detroit Partnership designs, leads and implements initiatives, activities and programs specifically for Metro Detroit’s nonprofit sector. The individual in this position reports directly to the Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with MNA’s executive leadership and a generative advisory committee to achieve the broad mission of MNA;
  • Facilitate collaboration with other MNA programs and affiliate programs to provide comprehensive program delivery in Metro Detroit;
  • Identify unmet needs in the Southeastern Michigan Nonprofit sector and align resources to meet those needs;
  • Provide leadership to and oversee current programs, services, and activities to ensure program objectives and commitment to public partners are met;
  • Form and maintain collaborative relationships with government agencies, local management support organizations, nonprofit organizations, funders, private sector and other key stakeholders;
  • Communicate as needed with elected officials and/or their staffs on topics of concern to Metro Detroit’s nonprofit community;
  • Provide leadership to and supervise assigned program staff;
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Bachelor’s degree in management, business administration, organizational development, or a related discipline; master’s degree preferred;
  • A minimum of 4-7 years of years of experience in management or senior-level positions at a nonprofit or for-profit organization, performing a wide variety of functions;
  • Proven experience in designing and managing programs to increase organizational capacity and efficiency;
  • Experience in developing and maintaining productive working relationships with board members, coworkers, and external stakeholders;
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills;
  • Excellent facilitation and mediation skills;
  • Proficiency in developing and delivering educational presentations;
  • Ability to work as a leader and as part of a team;
  • Local and statewide travel required;
Supervisory Role: Yes

How to apply: Submit resume, cover letter and salary requirement to Kelley Kuhn, Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
Director of Community Living Supports (Ann Arbor)
Full-time position available providing leadership in all areas of management including strategic planning, policy development, budget management, staff supervision, outcome reporting and program development/implementation/oversight of the Community Living Supports (CLS) Department at CSSW. The CLS Department includes a range of programs dedicated to helping and empowering vulnerable populations to live independently in the community. The Director works with program staff at multiple sites, providing direction in their work with a diverse group of individuals and families with disabilities and special needs. Also responsible for overseeing staff in their activities across all programs, ensuring consistent operation and quality services that are provided with dignity and respect. The Director works to establish and maintain close collaborative relationships with executives from Avalon Housing, Washtenaw Housing Alliance, Washtenaw County Community Support and Treatment Services, Washtenaw Community Health Organization as well as other relevant organizations.

Requirements include a professional or advanced degree relevant to a diverse workforce that includes licensed professionals. Master’s degree in human service field with five years’ experience in administration, or Bachelor’s degree with ten years’ experience. Qualified candidate must have proven experience developing and overseeing budgets, creating program policies, and reporting, with demonstrated success in fund development and financial management. Knowledge and experience with healthcare system, supportive housing issues, and community resources highly preferred.

If interested and qualified, please submit cover letter and resume including salary requirements to with the subject line HR-DCLS-MNA.

No phone inquiries. EOE.
Administrative Assistant (Okemos)
Applicant must demonstrate proficiency in internal and external customer relations, be versatile, adept at multitasking and comfortable in handling multiple interruptions on a continual basis. Experience working with nonprofit organizations a plus also a minimum of two years administrative experience and accounting knowledge preferred. Fund development & grant writing experience is highly desired. Requirements include proficiency with technology and a high aptitude with computers and computer applications. Excellent written and verbal skills are a must. Qualified applicants only: submit cover letter with salary expectations and resume to
Deadline: May 31, 2013
Child and Family Services of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No phone calls please.
Communications & Development Coordinator (Ypsilanti)
Position is responsible for all external communications efforts on behalf of the Ypsilanti District Library and oversees strategic planning and implementation of all library fundraising and resource development activities.
[For a full listing of Position Duties and Responsibilities, please visit]

Bachelor’s Degree in communications, marketing, public relations, business or related field. Thorough knowledge of the methods, best practices, and techniques of external communications, marketing, and fund development. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (including Publisher and Excel) and donor database tracking software. Successful experience working in various communication mediums (print, radio, online, social media). Outstanding written and oral communication skills, including presentation skills. Positive public service orientation.

Time/Hours: 40 hours/week, Annual Beginning Salary $43,000
Employee benefits package offered includes family medical, dental, and optical insurance; generous paid leave, life and disability insurance. Employer retirement contribution after one year. This is a salaried (non-union) position in the Administration Department.

To Apply:
Send resume, cover letter, and YDL employment application (available on our website by May 15, 2013 to:

Human Resources
Ypsilanti District Library
5577 Whittaker Rd.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Include the following:
1.Provide a sample of a written Press Release.
2.Provide three (3) examples of ways you would market library services to the community.
3.Provide two (2) examples of activities you will plan as part of a successful fund-raising campaign.

Ypsilanti District Library is an equal opportunity employer.
Sales & Operations Coordinator (Kalamazoo)
Works as part of a small team to facilitate the smooth functioning of a fast-paced non-profit performing arts organization. Serves as the primary community relations contact for people and information coming into Wellspring. Responsible for the coordination and marketing of Wellspring’s concerts, special events, fundraisers, receptions, and outreach activities.. Also responsible for securing sponsors and advertisers; managing benefits and recognition programs and events for volunteers, sponsors and donors; providing support to the Executive Director, Artistic Director, and Board of Directors; and managing other duties as assigned. The Sales and Operations Coordinator is a part-time, salaried position with opportunities to earn commission.

No phone calls, please. Deadline: May 10th, 2013.
Mail cover letter and resume to:
Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers
Sales and Operations Search
359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, Suite 204
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Email to:
Subject: Sales and Operations Search
Director of Development (Mt. Pleasant)
Development. Responsible for the leadership of all fund-raising programs for the College of Science & Technology.

Required: bachelor’s degree, 3 years exp.; see for complete list of requirements.

Applicants must apply on-line at

CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly & actively strives to increase diversity within its community (see
Accountant/CPA (Flint)
The YWCA of Greater Flint is seeking a part-time (20-30 hours/week) Accountant/CPA candidate to provide financial and grant related responsibilities for the organization. This position provides support for administrative, accounting, human resources, programs and grants management functions.

Responsibilities include:
Manage the day-to-day activities of AR/AP, cash disbursements, invoicing/billing, payroll, and general 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
Review and reconcile monthly account statements
Preparation and recording journal entries
Maintain various schedules in support of the financial statements
Prepare and provide reporting and analysis on operational and grant budgets
Produce various external statements and responses to requests for information
Provide support for the annual audit process
Provide support in the preparation of tax forms including Form 990, and related schedules
Maintaining financial and accounting policy and procedures

Requirements include:
CPA Certification (Preferred)
Bachelor’s degree with a major in accounting or a related field
Minimum of five years job 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..
Fluency of federal and private grant financial compliance from both the pre- and post-award
Substantial knowledge of Microsoft Office and Quick Books

Please submit your resume and cover letter to by May 30, 2013.
Director of Community Impact (Genesee County)
United Way of Genesee County is seeking a Director of Community Impact. This position will assists in developing partnerships and implements strategic community collaborations; coordinates and supports current collaborative partnerships; connects and integrates programmatic partnerships with overall community and system change efforts; coordinates internal and external committees related to community partnerships, community investment and collaborations; develops relationships and collaborations with local, state, and national entities working in related areas; assists in the development of resources and monitors results. This includes leadership of the BEST Project, a capacity building program of the United Way. For detailed information about the BEST Project go to A qualified candidate will possess a master’s degree in an area related to the job specifications. In addition, qualified candidates will have 8 years’ experience working with community collaborative projects. Preference will be given to candidates with director level job experiences that include employee management and major project leadership, that include significant research components. A qualified candidate will have a track record of working and facilitating community work with diverse populations and be comfortable with public speaking. Cover letter, resume and references should be emailed to or fax to 810 232-9370 no later than May 27, 2013.
Director of Development (Oakland County)
Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County is seeking a Director of Development.
The Director of Development is responsible for leading and implementing the partnership and fundraising plan for the affiliate. As a member of the leadership team, the Director of Development will manage and lead staff in a team environment, filling a critical role in the implementation of the strategic plan. Habitat Oakland County provides a progressive work environment, a skilled and mission driven team, benefits package, a highly regarded volunteer program and brand to ensure the success of a professional fundraiser. The ideal candidate will have 7 years experience in all aspects of non-profit fundraising, preferably in Southeast Michigan, with a focus on major gifts.
Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and salary history/ requirements to
Chief Executive Officer (Kalamazoo)
YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

The YWCA of Kalamazoo is an invaluable and widely respected community asset. Known for a singular dedication to its mission, the association continues to break new ground in promoting racial and gender justice, preventing violence, and empowering women economically, most recently through providing daycare for homeless and precariously housed children. The association’s components include the YW-Children's Center (YW-CC), YW-Community & Member Services (YW-COMM), YW-Domestic Assault Program (YW-DAP), YW-Sexual Assault Program (YW-SAP) and YW-Women's Economic Empowerment (YW-WEE).

The YWCA of Kalamazoo seeks an energetic, accomplished senior professional to serve as its chief executive officer. The CEO will provide executive leadership to all the functions of the organization, which has an annual budget of $2.7 million. This position directly supervises six administrators and, indirectly, a full team of 60 full- and part-time staff. S/he will lead strategic efforts to inform and educate volunteers, donors, prospective donors, and the larger community about the mission and unique impact of the YWCA of Kalamazoo, oversee and ensure implementation of all programs, direct the YWCA’s fund development function; and enhance the public image of the YWCA of Kalamazoo. The CEO will create and maintain highly productive relationships with board members, staff, volunteers, community partners, and clients.

To apply, candidates should submit their cover letter and resume and complete the online application at No applications will be accepted via email.
Director of Development (Lansing)
Ele’s Place is seeking a seasoned fundraising professional who is passionate about healing grieving children.

Primary responsibilities for this position include:

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with individuals and businesses who wish to support grieving children;
  • Supervise Events Coordinator;
  • Work with the Managing Director to identify current and prospective donors, solicit major gifts, and coordinate cultivation and solicitation plans.
Qualifications for Director of Development:
  • Bachelors degree minimum in a field supportive to position;
  • Seasoned fund development professional, with a track record of successful major gift development and solicitation with individual and corporate donors;
  • Experience working collaboratively with a Board of Directors and other volunteers;
  • Experience planning and implementing fundraising events;
  • Organized, attentive to detail, able to coordinate multiple priorities and meet deadlines.
Opportunity for growth in organizational leadership.
Competitive Salary and Benefits package.
Responses to this posting are requested by May 24, 2013.

Send cover letter & resume to:
Elizabeth Webb, Director of Operations
Ele’s Place
1145 W. Oakland
Lansing, MI 48915
Or email this information to:

Budget Analyst (Wyandotte)
Wayne Metro Community Action Agency is a Michigan non-profit corporation created to plan, establish, coordinate and carry out programs, including the provision of affordable housing for persons of low to moderate income, to promote the health, education and welfare of Wayne County residents.

Our Mission:
To empower low-income people and strength communities through diverse services, leadership and collaboration.

Benefits: Full Benefits
Grade: 4
FLSA: Exempt
Employment Status: Regular, Full Time
Work Location: Wyandotte, MI.
Work Days: Monday through Friday
Work Hours: 32 hours per week
(specific hours to be determined by program needs)

Some Responsibilities/Scope: This position prepares overall agency budget and departmental budgets for various grants and contracts. The Budget Analyst will examine budget estimates for completeness, accuracy, conformance with procedures and regulations. Also analyze budgeting and accounting reports and make recommendations to Senior Management.

Some Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance from an accredited four year college or university or a combination of education and experience that is similarly appropriate;
  • Four or more years of professional related experience in budgeting or accounting or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities;
  • Ability to maintain documentation of work including file maintenance and report development.
If you are interested in this position submit and you meet the minimum requirements, submit your resume and cover letter to the HR Department at or send fax to 734-246-5779. Please enter the Job title in the subject line.
Development Manager (Wyandotte)
Wayne Metro Community Action Agency is a Michigan non-profit corporation created to plan, establish, coordinate and carry out programs, including the provision of affordable housing for persons of low to moderate income, to promote the health, education and welfare of Wayne County residents.

Our Mission:
To empower low-income people and strength communities through diverse services, leadership and collaboration.

Benefits: Full Benefits
Grade: 4
FLSA: Exempt
Employment Status: Regular, Full Time
Work Location: Wyandotte, MI
Work Days: Monday through Friday
Work Hours: 40 hours per week
(specific hours to be determined by program needs)

Some Responsibilities/Scope:

  • Responsible for implementing agency fund development strategies, including grant proposal writing, in support of agency programs;
  • Perform fund development activities including prospect research, donor management, and the preparation of solicitation letters, letters of inquiry, applications, and grant proposals;
  • Remain abreast of programmatic funding opportunities and assist in identifying those which are appropriate for the agency to pursue in the interest of achieving the agency mission.
Some Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 2-4 years of experience in grant writing, proposal development, program design, and/or non-profit administration, or a combination of education and experience which is similarly equivalent;
  • Knowledge of Wayne County demographics, the needs of low-income persons in Wayne County, and services available to meet those needs;
  • Ability to assist in the design of social services targeted towards persons facing economic, social, health, age, and educational barriers.
If you are interested in this position and you have 2 years non-profit management and/or grant writing experience, submit your cover letter and resume to the HR Department at
Please enter the Job title in the subject line.
Program Director (Wyandotte)
Wayne Metro Community Action Agency is a Michigan non-profit corporation created to plan, establish, coordinate and carry out programs, including the provision of affordable housing for persons of low to moderate income, to promote the health, education and welfare of Wayne County residents.

Our Mission:
To empower low-income people and strength communities through diverse services, leadership and collaboration.

Benefits: Full Benefits
Grade: 5
FLSA: Exempt
Employment Status: Contractual, Full Time
Work Location: City of Detroit Site
Work Days: Monday through Friday
Work Hours: 40 hours per week (52 weeks)

Some Responsibilities/Scope: Responsible for the research, development, coordination, and implementation of community support and outreach services for low-income persons with the purpose of addressing their needs related to the causes, conditions, and effects of their poverty while promoting opportunities for their social and economic growth.

In addition, responsible for serving as the liaison between Wayne Metro and community organizations/groups to ensure greater coordination of efforts in serving low-income members of the community.

Some Qualifications:

  • Masters degree or a minimum of seven years of experience in community outreach programs or a combination of education and experience which is similarly appropriate;
  • Knowledge of City of Detroit demographics, the needs of low-income persons in Wayne County, and services available to meet those needs;
  • Knowledge of ability to design and implement outreach, education, and information/referral services targeted towards persons facing economic, social, health, age, and educational barriers.
If you are interested in this position and you meet the minimum requirements, submit your resume and cover letter to the HR Department or fax (734) 246-5779. Please enter Job Title in subject line
No Phone Calls Please!
Community Security Program VISTA (Detroit)
The Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation (GRDC) works to preserve and revitalize the Grandmont Rosedale communities of northwest Detroit. GRDC is looking for a Community Security Program Coordinator who can manage our neighborhood security initiatives. This position is funded through the VISTA program.

Job tasks include:

  • Implement the Community Security Program Action Plan;
  • Work with and provide support to the Neighborhood Security Leadership Team;
  • Help support existing resident-based safety initiatives, such as radio patrols; meetings with law enforcement officers; help the neighborhood associations recruit more residents to participate;
  • Help organize periodic training workshops, to promote safe habits;
  • Help launch a campaign to establish a “Neighborhood Benefits District;
  • Manage communication with the residents and business owners in our area about community safety issues, through Facebook, website, e-blasts, blog articles, etc.
Knowledge/Skills Requirements:
  • Completion of high school or GED;
  • Minimum of 18 years old, US citizen or permanent resident status;
  • Knowledge of human services and/or experience with community organizations helpful;
  • Knowledge of community resources available in Detroit and the greater Detroit area is helpful;
  • Reliable transportation is required.
Benefits of VISTA Service, provided directly through the AmeriCorps Program:
  • Modest living allowance, $11,696/year;
  • Healthcare benefits while in service;
  • At end of service, choice of a $5,550 education award or $1,500 stipend;
  • Childcare assistance while in service;
  • Student loan forbearance or deferment while in service.
To Apply: Go through the AmeriCorps application process:
Senior Director of Development (East Lansing)
As the first college of its kind, the MSU College of Communication Arts & Sciences is known for pushing the boundaries of communication research and teaching to improve lives and promote democratic values. Around the world, over 43,000 alumni are leaders in a staggering array of successful careers, including CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, presidents of entertainment networks, producers of award-winning films and documentaries, and researchers determining the impact of messages upon society.
With the leadership of a dynamic and energetic dean, the college seeks an experienced, confident, creative, collaborative and enthusiastic individual to lead and build upon its development and alumni relations programs.. The chosen candidate will be a high-energy leader who thrives in a fast-paced work environment. Further, the chosen candidate must be an exceptional fundraiser, an accomplished motivator and mentor, an effective manager of people, and a visionary leader who has a proven track record in successfully implementing comprehensive development programs. Capital campaign experience is a plus.
Serving as the college’s chief development officer, the Senior Director will maintain a personal prospect portfolio of major donor prospects as well as employ a strategic moves management program to ensure constant positive movement along the development pipeline. Leading by example, the Senior Director will oversee a team of 2 full-time development officers and one alumni relations professional, and work closely with the Dean, senior administrators, and volunteer leadership to ensure that the College reaches its full philanthropic potential.

For a complete announcement, visit, search for position number 7502.
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.

A full description can be found at

Qualified and interested applicants should forward their resume and salary requirements to

The Community House is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Clinician (Detroit)
The Children’s Center of Wayne County is a growing Agency that services the at risk children and families of Wayne County. As a result of our continued growth, we are seeking experienced, licensed professionals with a passion for their work. Excellent wage and full company paid benefit package. We have the following clinician positions available in the following programs:

  • Clinician, Home Based;
  • Clinician, Special Beginnings/Infant Mental Health;
  • Clinician, Outpatient;
  • Clinician, School Based.
Please visit our careers page to apply at:

Good Luck!

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