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EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - January 17, 2014

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Family Liaison/Recruiter (Oakland County)
Family Liaison/Recruiter
AmeriCorps Member Position
Company: Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County
Reports to: Director of Family & Community Relationships
Duration: Half Term (January 2014 – August 2014)
Hours per Week: Approximately 30hrs/wk
Travel: Moderate
Compensation: $6400 for the term plus an Education Award of $2,775

Core Responsibilities:
  • The Family Liaison/Recruiter is responsible for forming and maintaining relationships with Habitat Partner Families. 
  • In conjunction with the Family Relationships Department, the FL/R is responsible for providing qualified applicants for Habitat programs. 
  • The FL/R will be responsible for managing incoming applications and processing those that meet set qualifications.
  • The FL/R will monitor Partner Family progress and ensure all program requirements are completed prior to closing on the home. 
  • The FL/R is required to work collaboratively with the community and local agencies or organizations as well as attend recruiting events for partner family referrals.
  • The FL/R is responsible to maintain clear and organized family homeowner financial, legal and correspondence files. 
  • The FL/R will be responsible for any other duties and responsibilities which may be assigned by the Director or Executive director in pursuit of the Habitat mission.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with others
  • Must be well versed with Microsoft Office programs
  • Must have own transportation to travel to various events throughout Oakland County
To apply please send your cover letter and resume to

Note: Only email resumes will be considered.

Volunteer Coordinator (Oakland County)
Reports to: Director of Family & Community Relationships
Duration: Half Term (January 2014 – August 2014)
Hours per Week: Approximately 30hrs/wk
Travel: Moderate
Compensation: $6400 for the term plus an Education Award of $2,775

Core Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for performing support services and tasks to schedule, assist, and manage volunteers and the volunteer experience.
  • Ensure positive experience through regular communication with volunteers.
  • Responsible for maintaining up to date volunteer projects calendar on Volunteer Registration Database.
  • Implement volunteer satisfaction survey and compile the results. 
  • Responsible for ensuring all volunteer projects are equipped with the necessary supplies to support on site activities.
  • Responsible for recruiting new volunteers when needed.
  • Work with manager of partnerships to coordinate volunteer groups with major sponsors
  • Make regular updates to Facebook and website (stories, photos, etc.) 
  • Undertake other related tasks, as requested, under the supervision of the Director of Family & Community Relationships.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with others
  • Must be well versed with Microsoft Office programs
  • Must be able to adapt to technology and quickly learn volunteer management database and software 
  • Familiar with web page content management
  • Must have own transportation to travel to various work sites throughout Oakland County
To apply please send your cover letter and resume to

Note: Only email resumes will be considered.

Community Case Manager – Huron Valley Ambulance (Ann Arbor)
Full time position available. The Huron Valley Ambulance Patient Support Program works to support frequent users of emergency services through the provision of assertive outreach and counseling, direct assistance, advocacy and linkage. The Case Manager will work directly with clients of Huron Valley Ambulance in both Washtenaw and Jackson County. Please visit to view full ad.

Executive Director (Ypsilanti)
The Riverside Arts Center (RAC) will hire its first full time executive director to manage and grow the organization. RAC is a nonprofit multi-purpose creative organization that supports and nurtures a dynamic and cultural environment in Ypsilanti MI. The director reports to the Board chair and provides agendas, reports and other information as well as engages the board in future planning. Financial management is coordinated with the board treasurer. Job Requirements: BA and experience in business management and the arts with strength in fundraising. Excellent communication skills, enthusiasm for the arts and talent for teamwork. Computer skills including Excel, donor databases, and web management. EOE Send cover letter, resume, salary requirements and references to, subject Exec Dir position.

Campaign Coordinator (Oakland County)
The Campaign Coordinator is responsible for developing and managing major internal and external annual fund raising events for Easter Seals Michigan including Walk With Me, For Women Only, Cheers, and other events as assigned. Key responsibilities include planning and analyzing cost-effective events, setting revenue goals, forming relationships with and soliciting events sponsors, donors and volunteers.
  1. Responsible for the planning and production of all fund raising events; includes budget, securing sponsorship, planning and coordinating all aspects of event logistics and detail.
  2. Oversees the development and management of event committees and event volunteers including C level executives for event chairs and executive committee roles.
  3. Prospect for and recruit new teams/participants and steward existing teams/participants.
  4. Cultivate new partnerships for retail sales.
  5. Works with the Marketing Manager to produce all print material and marketing campaigns.
  6. Prepares and monitors event budgets to analyze the cost-efficiency of all internal and external events.
Minimum Qualifications
  1. A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. 
  2. At least two (2) years of fundraising and sales experience with a non-profit organization. 
  3. Relationship driven and an entrepreneurial spirit.
  4. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends.
To apply for the position, visit Easter Seals Michigan Website at

Chief Financial Officer (Metro Detroit)
Under the supervision of the President/CEO, demonstrate leadership in strategic financial planning, management, execution, tracking, development and innovation. Responsible for the financial, fiscal and risk management operations of a metro Detroit 501(c)(3) agency.
MBA in Finance or equivalent with 5+ years work experience in a leadership role with graduated experience as a Controller, Accountant or Financial Manager, preferably in the non-profit sector;
Deep knowledge of OMB Circulars 122 and 133
Tax Credit Certification and experience with risk management;
Experience in government, corporate and foundation grants administration, financial reports and audits;
Experience with non-profit accounting, regulatory agency and government funding accounting practices;
IT power user in financial and real time shared documentation IT environment;
Superior financial and management leadership skills;
Strong oral and written communication skills required.
Prospective applicants should contact

Program Manager - Crisis Call Center (Detroit)
MA/MS/MSW and 3-5 years of experience in human services in a clinical and supervisory position. Master Level Social Work or Counseling license from the State of Michigan. Exceptional organizational and management skills and training abilities. Must have excellent problem solving, leadership, assessment, counseling and crisis intervention skills. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills as well as computer and documentation skills. Competency in Suicide Prevention, Crisis Intervention and Information and Referral Services. Must be knowledgeable of community resources. Valid Michigan Driver’s License.


Administrative Assistant/Office Manager (Northville)
Administrative Assistant/Office Manager
Responsible for all functions of office operations: phone system, filing, office supplies, process improvement, other general clerical support. Work closely with CEO and Board of Directors, providing support for Board meetings and materials. General support for Finance, Program and Events.

  • Provide support to the President & CEO and Agency as assigned, including communication and preparation for Board meetings, Board committees and agency meetings.
  • Handle incoming calls and route callers or assist as appropriate.
  • Receive and distribute incoming mail and process outgoing mail.
  • Provide front desk reception duties.
  • Set-up systems and procedures as required .
  • Manage procurement of office supplies
  • Maintain office equipment and coordinate service for copier, postage machine and computers.
  • Provide clerical support for Finance (Collect timesheets, mail checks to vendors, etc) 
  • All other duties as assigned.
  • High School Diploma, required. Associates degree or some college preferred
  • At least four years secretarial and/or office management experience.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft OFFICE, including Word, Outlookand Excel.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills .
  • Possess excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to work congenially with staff, Board members, donors, adult volunteers and youth.
  • Ability to balance multiple priorities.
Forward resume and cover letter to

Director (Detroit)
The Detroit Artists Market is seeking to hire a full-time Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Director is responsible for coordinating efforts within a strategic plan to foster a vibrant and distinctive artistic community in Detroit and Michigan. Under the direction of and in collaboration with the Board of Directors, the Director is the face of the organization and is responsible for developing and stewarding the strategic direction and growth of the organization through fundraising, relationship building and programming. A primary focus of the position is fundraising; including managing and growing membership, and securing and growing the budget through individual, corporate, foundation and government fund development. The Director will work collaboratively with the Board to determine annual and long-term resource development objectives. Develop and execute an annual fundraising strategy that includes membership, and individual, corporate, foundation and government fund development. Work collaboratively with the exhibition committee to develop and institute a short and long term exhibition and programming plan. Maintain budgets and handle major HR functions.

Qualified candidates will possess an undergraduate degree, advanced degree preferred. Successful track record of leading and growing a non-profit. A minimum of 5 years fundraising experience including the ability to develop and successfully implement a long range fundraising plan. Skilled at grant writing. Strong organizational, problem solving, and analytical skills.

Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format by Friday, January 31, 2014 to Sarah Balmer
600 Renaissance Center, Suite 1780, Detroit, MI 48243

Executive Director (St. Clair Shores)
The Lake House a 501(c)(3) non-profit, a safe harbor to support, educate and empower those touched by cancer

The Executive Director will have responsibility for:
  • Develop and grow existing programs 
  • Create and effectively implement an annual development plan;
  • Identify, cultivate, solicit and secure ongoing stewardship of individual donors and corporate sponsors;
  • Identify and apply for all applicable grants.
Management and Leadership
  • Provide leadership to long-range strategic planning;
  • Develop and oversee operations and procedures.
Staff Management
  • Supervise staff 
  • Schedule workloads and maintain deadlines.
Financial Reporting
  • Develop (with board input) and manage annual budget;
  • Timely financial reporting
The ideal candidate will possess:
  • An undergraduate degree (advanced degree preferred);
  • Successful track record of leading a not-for-profit; 
  • Proven experience growing an organization; 
  • Proven fundraising experience including the ability to develop and successfully implement a long range fundraising plan; 
  • Knowledge of grants and skilled at grant writing; 
  • Ability to build and foster community relationships;
  • Demonstrated proficiency in supervising and motivating staff; 
  • Strong organizational, problem solving and analytical skills; 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; 
  • Possess business acumen with financial/fiscal responsibility and proficiency with QuickBooks.
Competitive compensation package $40,000 - $45,000. To apply send a cover letter, resume and references to

Director of Development (Monroe)
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (SSIHM) is a congregation of religious women headquartered in Monroe, Michigan. The Motherhouse is home to over 200 IHM Sisters and others who reside in our long-term care facility and independent living areas. We are looking for a dynamic and qualified Director of Development to share our values and mission.

The Director of Development works with and provides vision and leadership to development staff in order to achieve the philanthropic goals of the IHM Congregation. In consultation with the Congregation’s leadership and others, the Director assumes overall responsibility for leading and managing all fundraising efforts of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (SSIHM).

Candidates for this position should demonstrated success in securing major and annual gifts from individual donors, corporations and foundations. A bachelor’s degree is required (master degree preferred) and three to five years in development and fundraising required. CFRE preferred. Send resumes and wage history to For more information on this position and IHM sisters please visit our website at

Care Transitions Manager (Wayne)
The Care Transitions Manager leads a team of hospital-based care transition coaches with the goal of empowering patients being discharged from hospitals to take actions aimed at reducing avoidable hospitalizations.

Position Responsibilities:
  • Manage daily activities of care transitions staff and effectively address issues arising from patient interactions
  • Obtain training and maintain certification in the care transitions model utilized by the agency 
  • Implement a continual training and skill development program for care transitions coaches;
  • Oversee care transition coach data entry and documentation processes
  • Lead regularly scheduled team meetings 
  • Develop and maintain open lines of communication with care transition hospital partners;
  • Work with CMS staff, and other payer organizations
  • Work with IT to maintain functionality of the program’s database
  • Work to insure accurate and timely billing of programmatic activities
  • Serve as the agency’s representative to the network of partners working in the post-discharge patient care field
  • Be an advocate for older adults and an effective speaker at local, state and national forums
EDUCATION: Bachelors Degree from an accredited four-year college or university is required.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum three years of experience in direct management of employees and programs environment. Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing projects, including effectiveness in quality assurance/quality improvement activities with complex multi-year programs. Experience with business process, customer service, data management/flow mapping, interacting with high-level external stakeholders and community relations. Possess some understanding of database, system design, or application programming.

Please send cover letter and resume to

Administrative Assistant (Lansing)
AVAILABLE POSITION: Administrative Assistant
RESPONSIBLE TO: Executive Director and Communications/Events Manager
PAY RATE: $10/hour.

WORK SCHEDULE: 20 hours per week, to be completed between Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Some work outside of normal business hours required.

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for assisting with event coordination; membership development and processing; database entry and other general office duties necessary to support the senior staff and the cultural community as a whole. Specific duties include assistance with annual fundraising events; processing and soliciting new/renewing members; coordination of master calendar activities; supply ordering and equipment maintenance; maintaining accurate database files and other duties as assigned. Further, the Administrative Assistant will serve as registrar at events, including fundraisers, SmArts workshops and mixers on an as-needed basis.

The Administrative Assistant will also regularly communicate with a wide variety of individuals, including artists, arts and cultural organization personnel, patrons and sponsors. They will also provide staff support in the coordination of the Arts Council’s Annual Awards, and other programs as necessary.

REQUIREMENTS:Please visit our website at

Send cover letter, resume, and names of three references to the attention of Deborah E. Mikula, Executive Please use the following in the subject line of all emails: “Administrative Assistant Job Posting.” No phone calls please.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, January 17, 2014 by 5 p.m.

The Arts Council of Greater Lansing is an equal opportunity employer.

Program Manager (Birmingham)
The Foundation is seeking a smart, dynamic professional to serve as its Program Manager leading the coordination and administration of programs and services including planning, organizing, staffing, and measuring all activities.

Reporting to the Foundation’s Chief Operating and Financial Officer (COFO), the Program Manager plays an integral role in implementing every aspect of the programs and services currently established as well as assisting in the development of new initiatives that enhance services to the organization’s stakeholders. This is a fantastic opportunity for a person with experience in planning, managing, executing and driving high impact programs forward.

The Program Manager works closely with the CEO and CLF Team to successfully implement the programs worldwide. The individual needs to be a highly motivated self-starter, willing to work a flexible schedule in a virtual environment. Some evenings and weekends will be necessary and travel is required. A collaborative, team oriented approach is critical for success in this position.

Please visit the foundation's website at for the full position description. Qualified candidates please email your resume, cover letter and any additional materials for consideration with Program Manager in the subject line.

Corporate Sponsorship & Signature Event Manager (Bingham Farms)
The Michigan Humane Society (MHS) has a full-time opening for a Corporate Sponsorship and Signature Event Manager to oversee and execute signature donor events as well as to identify, solicit, and follow-up with corporate sponsorships. Although this position is based at our administrative office in Bingham Farms, must be able to travel as needed. A flexible schedule is required.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: overseeing the Bow Wow Brunch event including managing planning committees and ticket sales; developing event concepts; providing progress reports; working with Marketing to develop event marketing and ensuring events are advertised in the media; identifying, securing, and cultivating new sponsors; working collaboratively with internal and external groups to reach goals; maintaining event and sponsorship database; and other duties and projects as requested.

The ideal candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university or comparable experience as well as five to seven years of relevant fundraising or related experience, with a proven track record of meeting or exceeding goals. They must also be goal-driven and results oriented; have strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; strong organizational and project management skills; multi-tasking skills; demonstrated creativity and strategic thinking; and computer proficiency.

Visit the Michigan Humane Society’s website at to apply. For best consideration, submit a cover letter and resume. Resumes will be accepted for this position until it is filled. No phone calls, faxes, or third parties will be accepted.

Special Events Manager (Detroit)
The Special Events Manager, under the guidance of the VP of Marketing and Communications, will develop and manage the overall vision and strategy for special events in close collaboration with key staff, Board members and external partners. Events include, but are not limited to; yearly fundraising events, recognition events, cultivation events, Board meetings, customer assistance events and ad hoc events.

Position Responsibilities:
  • Develops event strategy that aligns with organizational goals
  • Coordinates the production and distribution of all event materials 
  • Solicits for auction donations
  • Develops and manages timelines and budgets for all events
  • Manages all contracted services for events
  • Negotiates venue contracts
  • Manages sponsorship sales team 
  • Serves as Radiothon producer 
  • Develop, coordinate and implement all ancillary fundraising events for Radiothon
  • Coordinate and manage all aspects of online auction 
  • Recruit, train and manage volunteer database 
  • Manage all third party fundraising events
  • Support role to DTE Energy on various special events throughout the year (i.e. Week of Warmth, golf outing)
  • Assist with setup of board meetings as needed
  • Lead all CEO private events and any staff events and outings
  • Occasional evening or weekend activities required – some travel
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned
  • Bachelor’s Degree in business, communications or related field
  • A minimum of 3 – 5 years’ experience in event planning and execution is a must
  • Computer proficiency required in Microsoft Office
  • Excellent organization, communication and time management skills
Please send cover letter and resume to with Special Events Manager in subject line.

Executive Director (Port Huron)
The BWCIL is seeking an Executive Director to serve as a visionary leader of a community based non-profit providing services and programs for people with disabilities, their families and the community. The Executive Director works with the Board of Directors to implement the mission of the organization, ensure compliance with applicable rules and regulations and strengthen local and state partnerships.
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelors Degree in human services or related field, Masters preferred.
Knowledge and experience of disability issues.
Proven written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to travel locally and regionally frequently.
Ability to pass a criminal background check.
Experience in providing leadership in the areas of program and fiscal management.
For a complete posting visit our website at:
Email resume, cover letter and 3 references to by 5:00 PM January 20, 2014

Executive Director (Detroit)
Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote - Michigan seeks an enthusiastic, experienced and visionary leader to serve as the first full-time Executive Director of the only Pan-Asian American grassroots advocacy organization in the state of Michigan. Our ideal candidate will be committed to leading the transformation and growth of the organization and will bring a forward-thinking approach to organizational and program development, particularly through a lens of racial equity and transformative justice. The Executive Director will work closely with the Board of Directors to further develop and implement the mission and the strategic plan of the organization. The Executive Director will also establish and strengthen key local and national partnerships and promote solidarity among the APIA community.

Minimum Requirements:
  • 5+ years of nonprofit leadership experience, including successful grant writing, voter engagement, and program implementation. 
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent experience.
  • Experience working with the Southeast Michigan APIA community.
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and diversity.
  • Familiarity with and knowledge of organizational and program development.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Salary commensurate with experience. This is a full time position.

APIAVote-MI is a non-partisan organization that serves the Asian Pacific Islander American community through civic participation, advocacy, and education.

For the full posting including job responsibilities and additional information about APIAVote-MI, please visit our website at:

Interested candidates should email cover letter, resume, writing sample related to fund development, and three references by Friday, January 31, 2014.

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