Sunday, June 8, 2014

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - June 6, 2014

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Data Analyst (Detroit)
Data Driven Detroit (D3), an affiliate of the Michigan Nonprofit Association, is seeking a Data Analyst to assist the D3 team with data analysis, storage, documentation and visualization. This is a part-time temporary position with a maximum of 29 hours per week.

Position Responsibilities:
Assist with procurement of data from city departments and other third-party data providers
Provide technical assistance to clients
Convert data from original format into a relational/spatial database
Prepare and process tabular data for georeferencing
Edit, update and maintain databases
GIS data creation, conversion and integration
Maintain metadata
Ensure quality assurance of data
Track and report milestones and provide status reports
Perform related duties as required
Proficiency with ArcGIS
Experience with MS Access
Ability to perform basic statistical analysis
Ability to modify and analyze data in a variety of formats
Ability to create compelling data visualizations
Ability to manage multiple projects with tight deadlines
Ability to communicate complex concepts to audiences with varying technical expertise
Proficiency in MS Office Suite
Click here for full job description.

Submit resume and cover letter to Kelley Kuhn, Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer at

MNA Civic Engagement AmeriCorps*VISTA (Various Locations)
The Michigan Nonprofit Association Civic Engagement AmeriCorps*VISTA Program is a cohort of 30 VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) who serve throughout the state of Michigan in a national service role and focus on eliminating poverty within the areas of education and economic opportunity. The MNA*VISTA Program is seeking to fill up to 30 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from mid-August, 2014 to mid-August, 2015. We are seeking candidates to serve at the following host sites:
Alma College
Alpena Volunteer Center
Carson City-Crystal Schools
Davenport University
Delta College
Detroit Edison Public School Academy
Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD
Ferris State University
Great Lakes Center for Youth Development
HandsOn Battle Creek
Jackson College
Jackson Public Schools
Kirtland Community College
Lawrence Tech University
Lenawee Community Foundation
Pinckney Community Schools
TrueNorth Community Services
United Way of Jackson County
AmeriCorps*VISTS members serve their communities in a variety of ways and can expect to participate in the following activities:
Volunteer Recruitment
Volunteer Management
Resource Development
Grant Writing
Community Partnership Building
Volunteer Training
AmeriCorps*VISTA service also comes with great benefits, including a living stipend, student loan forbearance or deferment, health coverage, vacation time, and more!
Positions must be filled by June 20th, so apply today at

Wish Manager (Brighton)
Make-A-Wish Michigan is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Wish Manager. The position will be based out of our Brighton Headquarters and is responsible for the internal management of the wish coordination program and the fulfillment of the wish experience for our recipients. The Wish Manager manages the team responsible for granting wishes and is also charged with building and maintaining relationships with community partners, medical professionals and wish families. The Wish Manager is responsible for supervising budgets for each wish experience and overseeing the verification of ledgers and files with the team. The Wish Manager manages the wish pipeline and works to schedule wishes in accordance with the targeted number of wishes for the pre-determined monthly wish flow, keeping with respective budgets and goals. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree and three to five years’ experience in a related field with management of staff being a primary responsibility. Candidates will have excellent customer service skills and be able to interact with families in a caring and compassionate manner.

Development Director (Lansing)
The Development Director provides vision and leadership in cultivating financial resources that enable HFHM and Habitat affiliates to affect the elimination of poverty housing in Michigan.This position works to strategically maximize fundraising, relationships, and engagement opportunities with government, business, grant acquisition, special events, and individual donors in support of the Habitat mission.
To apply, please visit

E-Learning/Training Specialist (Detroit)
The e-Learning Training & Development Specialist’s primary role is to develop and deliver Girl Scout volunteer training via computer/web-based educational models and corresponding software tools, and function as the lead administrator for Girl Scout volunteer training. This individual will develop training standards and strategies for volunteers utilizing, digital media to instruct and educate volunteers across the organization.
Collaborates with various departments to design and develop volunteer training
Maintains computer-based training to include software and content updates
Provides IT support for council e-learning and educational software
Provide classroom instruction in addition to computer-based trainings and webinars
Bachelors degree or equivalent experience in adult learning, training/development, or and experience with computer-based learning
Must have a good thorough and demonstrable understanding of adult learning theory and methodologies for progressive learning
3-5 years’ experience with design and / or development of eLearning or on-line training programs
Excellent oral and written communication skills with ability to instruct for different learning styles
Ability to work independently and in team
Experience in use of and web-based training delivery using, GoToMeeting/GoToWebinar, Prezi, Skype and/or Powerpoint required
Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe Captivate, Videoscribe, Blackboard, Camtasia, Survey Monkey and/or Salesforce (or other CRM) preferred
To apply please go to or email Angela Benitez at

Regional Major Gifts Officer of Southeast Michigan (Lansing)
Michigan State University Advancement seeks a seasoned, independent-working, motivated fundraiser to plan, implement, and evaluate comprehensive major gift fundraising activities for individuals in the Southeast Michigan (primarily Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties. As Regional Major Gifts Officer for Southeast Michigan, he/she focuses efforts on donors and prospects whose philanthropic capacity is $100,000 and more, managing a portfolio of approximately 200 identified major gift prospects for discovery, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. The Regional Major Gifts Officer averages 15 to 20 face-to-face visits per month which result in significant progress toward major gifts or the qualification and rating of new prospects, and 2 to 4 major gift solicitations per month that garner capital, endowed, annual, and deferred support.
A Bachelor’s degree; Communications, Public Relations, Marketing and/or Business preferred.
Demonstrated experience in facilitating major gifts through planned giving instruments.
Travel is required. Required to have a valid vehicle operator’s license where needed to perform duties of position.
If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Pat Karam, Recruitment Manager, University Advancement at
All candidates must submit an application and resume through the Michigan State University Human Resources web-based system (MAP). The URL for this website is Please indicate the position number 9578 when submitting your application.
MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.

Assistant Director - Certification Services (East Lansing)
ABEM is seeking a strong, mission-driven leader to manage the Certification Services functional area. The selected candidate will:
Manage ABEM’s relationships with Emergency Medicine (EM) residency and subspecialty fellowship programs.
Develop and administer policies, processes and systems for EM and subspecialty training, credentialing and exam registration.
Develop and administer Maintenance of Certification (MOC) policies, processes and related information systems.
Select, train, develop, and motivate a staff that meets or exceeds performance expectations.
Act as a liaison with external organizations involved with medical education and training.
Provide content expertise and prepare materials to support assigned Board committees and task forces.
Recommend and administer assigned areas of annual budget.
Participate in short- and long-range planning.
Requirements: Advanced degree, 7-10 years of relevant experience; Knowledge of medical education and specialty medicine; Proficiency with program development and administration, data management, and information systems development and administration; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to coordinate multiple simultaneous priorities and projects; Interpersonal, management and organizational skills necessary to develop and maintain positive internal and external professional relationships in a collaborative, team-based environment; Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.

Our commitment to quality is reflected in our working environment, generous total compensation package and emphasis on professional development. To be considered for this position, please submit a resume and cover letter to the Associate Executive Director, Operations at 3000 Coolidge Road, East Lansing, MI 48823 or by email to no later than 6/30/2014.

VISTA Partnership Director (Detroit)
Southwest Solutions through its work with the Vista Partnership—an alliance of engaged stakeholders committed to resident-owned community change—is seeking a director. The initial partners include Southwest Solutions and the Skillman Foundation and will be expanded to include additional foundations, nonprofits, banks, governmental agencies, businesses, and residents. The goals of the Vista Partnership include the planning and development of a 20-block project area along the Mexicantown/Vernor-Bagley that is resident-planned, resident-designed, resident-built, and resident-owned. The work will connect with the neighboring communities of Corktown, Hubbard Farms, and Hubbard Richard.

Preferably, a qualified candidate is bilingual in English and Spanish, both spoken and written. Bachelor’s degree required. The candidate must have a minimum five years’ experience in commercial real estate development and have knowledge of the community-building field. Possession of a valid driver’s license and access to a private vehicle for day-to-day job performance. Must be able to handle challenging community issues as they arise. Must be able to work well under conditions of ambiguity and uncertainty.

Please email a cover letter and resume to, fax to 313-481-3131 or send via U.S. Postal mail to Southwest Solutions Attn: Human Resources 5716 Michigan Ave., Suite 2400 Detroit, MI

Development Assistant (Ypsilanti)
Position title: Development Assistant
Reports to: Development Director
Full/Part time: Part-Time (20 hours/week)

SOS Community Services is a non-profit agency dedicated to preventing and ending family homelessness in Washtenaw County. This position ensures the integrity of SOS donor database, which includes entering accurate data, producing gift acknowledgments, and generating reports. Assist with the production of annual campaigns, and assist with prospect and grant research.

Enters data of gifts, pledges, in-kind donations, and donor information, which may include training other staff to enter data accurately.
Compose acknowledgment letters, invoices, correspondence and reports.
Research prospective donors and updates the database accordingly.
Prepare reports to detail progress towards fundraising goals, the progress of campaigns, event analysis and other reports as requested by Development Director.
Perform data clean-up.
Assist in researching potential grant opportunities for program and operational support.
Maintain organization of donor files and other department files.
Oversee and track communications to donors in support of a stewardship program.
Assist with the annual campaigns by preparing mailing lists, tracking expenses, and assisting with the coordination of producing the materials.
B.A. or equivalent work experience. Experienced in using a fundraising database system (i.e. Abila FR 50). Must have a commitment to working with vulnerable populations, possess strong ethical character, and manage multiple deadlines.
Send resume and cover letter to SOS, 101 S. Huron St. Ypsilanti, MI 48197 or

Administrative Assistant (Okemos)
Job Title: Administrative Assistant

Nonprofit organization in Okemos, Michigan is seeking a full time Administrative Assistant. 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. Grant writing experience preferred. Requirements include proficiency with technology and a high aptitude with computers and computer applications. Excellent written and verbal skills are a must. Please send a resume with a cover letter & salary expectations via email to EOE. No phone calls please.

Administrative Assistant for Child and Family Services of Michigan, Inc., State Office Okemos, Michigan

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 requirements and resume to

Deadline: June 30, 2014
Child and Family Services of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No phone calls please.

Functional Area Specialist (Flint)
United Way of Genesee County is seeking a part-time, 6-month Functional Area Specialist. This position will works closely with the Resource Development team in carrying out all essential duties and responsibilities related to United Way’s mission of creating positive change that transforms our community and improves people’s lives in Genesee County. Primary responsibility includes performing resource development work within a workplace campaign model. Additionally, this position provides support of United Way’s commitment to relationship management by ensuring a consistent and positive brand experience for all constituents of United Way of Genesee County. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree and/or 3-5 years’ experience preferred in fund raising, sales, financial, health and/or educational settings. A qualified candidate will have a track record of working and facilitating relationship building 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 June 18, 2014.

Education Outreach Director & Editor, Michigan History for Kids (Lansing)
The Historical Society of Michigan seeks a qualified individual to serve as Education Outreach Director and Editor of Michigan History for Kids. The successful candidate will be part of a team implementing our recently funded grant “Expanding the Story: Engaging Michigan’s Urban, Minority, and Underserved Communities.” This includes the development and re-launch of the magazine Michigan History for Kids and being part of the leadership of other educational programs. This is position is funded by a two-year grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

A partial list of responsibilities include developing magazine content which fits within the state’s Grade Level Content Expectations and features the history of Michigan through a lens of racial equity; editing and layout; execute digital and print editions; developing curriculum; outreach to educators and administrators; assist in managing our educational programs and other duties as assigned.

Minimum qualifications include 3-5 years of education experience; curriculum development experience for grades K-8; editorial skills; bachelor’s degree in Education or in English, History or related field; experience working with educators; experience applying AP Style; outstanding interpersonal, communication, and managerial skills and interest in or experience working with nonprofit organizations.

For the full position description visit

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. We encourage applications from under-represented groups as well as individuals who have experience with diverse populations; women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
To apply please email a cover letter and resume to

Special Events Officer (Detroit)
The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation (CHMF) is expanding our staff. We are seeking a highly-qualified applicant to join our team as a Special Events Officer. The goal of the Foundation is to make a significant and lasting effect on children’s health by providing funding for research initiatives, medical education, and community programs that improve the health and wellness of children in Michigan. CHMF is proud of its diverse workplace and is an E.E.O employer.

The Special Events Officer will plan, coordinate, oversee and follow up on special events such as third party, luncheons, galas, concerts, golf outings, dinners, and races. The position also maintains a portfolio of select organizations and individuals for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.

Qualified applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree and 4 or more years of professional experience in event planning, including demonstrated success in event budget management.

Please send letter of interest, resume and salary history either via mail or e-mail by June 20, 2014 to:
Human Resources
Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation
3901 Beaubien, Mailbox 257
Detroit, Michigan 48201

Student Affairs Manager (Warren)
Student Affairs Manager: Full time position with non-profit 501(c)(3) organization – Candidate must be proficient with MS Office Word, Excel, Power Point and Access. Candidate should have some experience in the field of higher education as it relates to college life and related opportunities for college students. Must be able to multi-task and work independently and initiate and/or develop growth of the program for students. Send your resume’ to

Accountant (Bingham Farms)
POSITION: Accountant
PROGRAM: Finance

HAVEN is a non-profit agency seeking an experienced, service-focused professional to manage all accounting and payroll functions. This position presents the opportunity to work in a mission driven organization with a team of professionals who work to eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence and to empower survivors through advocacy and social change in and around Oakland County, Michigan.

Bachelor degree with accounting emphasis or equivalent experience; Working knowledge of non-profit fund accounting and grant compliance procedures; Strong background in all aspects of payroll including data entry, payroll taxes and payroll related regulations; High proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook) and Blackbaud Accounting software; Advanced detail, analytical and organizational skills.

This position provides support to the Director of Business Operations and is responsible for managing all accounting and payroll functions of a nonprofit organization assuring highly professional and ethical best practices. Specific responsibilities include the execution and maintenance of accounts payable and receivable, financial records, assistance with budget and audit preparation, grant reporting, administration of all payroll/tax functions, filing and support with special projects and committees as needed.

HOURS: 40 Hours/Week: Monday - Friday: standard business hours
SALARY: Commensurate with experience, plus competitive benefits package

Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
HAVEN - Accountant
PO BOX 431045
Pontiac, MI 48343
Fax: (248) 334-3161
e-mail resumes including salary requirements to:
Visit our website at:

Veterans Services Computer Trainer (Clinton Township)
The Veterans Services Computer Trainer provides in-home computer assessments and computer training to Veterans with disabilities. This position involves partnering with veterans, the Veterans Administration, and various social services agencies. The Veterans Services Computer Trainer also provides the four core services: Advocacy, Information & Referral, Peer Support and Independent Living Skills Training.

Major Responsibilities:
Facilitate in-home computer assessments for veterans.
Provide basic in-home computer training for veterans.
Complete reports and relevant paperwork on a routine basis.
Position requires a great deal of travel (within Southeastern Michigan) to veterans homes to provide services.
Successful candidates will have extensive experience in Microsoft Office, Apple technology (iPad, iPhone, Mac Computers).
Successful candidates will have experience with assistive technology.
Knowledge of disability issues and independent living issues is desired.
Experience working with people with disabilities is desired.
Knowledge of PTSD, TBI, Substance Abuse and Mental Health desired.
Prior or current experience with the Armed Forces is welcome.
Position is part-time with potential to move to full-time.
Interviews will begin the week of June 9.
Please apply with a cover letter and a resume to No phone calls will be accepted.

Chief Operations Officer Mission Delivery (Detroit)
Position Summary:
Provides leadership, strategic thinking, innovation, mentoring, coaching, and vision for delivery of services to girl members. Oversees the recruitment, onboarding, training, evaluation and orientation of adult volunteers. Leads the tactical planning process for the development of integrated operating objectives and action steps to achieve council goals. Plans and directs aspects of Council's operational policies, objectives, and initiatives. Positions the organization in the community.
Provides leadership and support to direct and indirect services directors/managers by providing direction and guidance and supervision.
Collaborates with chiefs and directors/managers to effectively and efficiently coordinate the recruitment, selection, placement and training of council staff and volunteers
Develops the comprehensive membership plan by analyzing market demographic data and other pertinent information to integrate support systems within the council.
Designs, reviews, and continuously improves processes for internal operations.
Contributes to corporate operations by formulating cost and budget allocations; and, monitors department budget(s) to ensure goals are achieved within established budgetary constraints.
Masters in Human Services, Business Administration, Social Work or equivalent applicable work experience
5-10 Years Management experience
Ability to manage 8-65 full-time staff
Send resume to

Family Services Coordinator - Part-Time (Ann Arbor)
Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens. Three branch locations support families throughout the Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Lansing areas and beyond.

Ele’s Place is seeking a Family Services Coordinator to work with its grief support programs. This position is part time including two evenings per week.

The Family Services Coordinator will:
Work with other program staff members to provide guidance and information to grieving families and others.
Conduct family informational meetings and intake sessions.
Oversee assigned support group program sessions, including supervising volunteers and clinicians.
Assist with projects, make presentations on behalf of Ele's Place, maintain records, and perform other responsibilities as needed.
A minimum of LLMSW, LLP or LPC certification is required. Ideal candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and good computer skills. Adult and child group experience, knowledge of grief issues and community resources required. Previous experience working with volunteers is very helpful. Ideal candidates must be able to work a flexible schedule.

Send cover letter & resume to Ele’s Place, 1145 W. Oakland, Lansing, MI 48915, or email this information to

Program Director (Lansing)
Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens. Each week, peer support group programs help hundreds of children, ages 3-18, learn how to cope and begin to heal after the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member or friend.

Ele's Place is seeking a full time Program Director for the Lansing location.

The Program Director develops, implements and oversees programming; supervises staff and volunteers. Provides guidance and information to grieving families and others; oversees support group sessions and ensures consistency and quality of programming. Speaks to community groups and professionals who work with children.

Knowledge of grief issues
Minimum 5 years management experience
Minimum 2 years program coordination experience
Experience with support groups for adults and children Experience working with volunteers

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

Major Gifts Officer (Detroit)
Position Title: Major Gifts Officer
Apply to:
Human Resources
WTVS Detroit Public Television
1 Clover Court
Wixom, MI 48393-2247

Detroit Public Television (DPTV) seeks a Major Gifts Officer with demonstrated experience in raising current-use funds and planned gifts from major and leadership donors ($1,000+ and $10,000+) to support its mission and operations. Prospects will generally be individuals and family foundations (those with few formal processes or staff) capable of making major donations as annual, planned, endowment, capital, and/or project gifts. The Major Gifts Officer will nurture current relationships, cultivate new relationships and assist with major donor special events.

Bachelor degree or equivalent experience
6+ years of experience in development including:
extensive use of fundraising database software to capture donor information, research donor history/interests, and generate actionable lists; knowledge of Salesforce a plus :
4+ years of experience in major and planned giving (or equivalent)
2+ years of experience working with Board members and Sr. Managers to develop and execute an “ask”
2+ years of experience in writing fundraising proposals or grant applications

Executive Director (Detroit)
The Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation (Hannan Foundation), an operating foundation, is seeking a new Executive Director to replace the current Executive Director who retires this year. The Foundation’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for older adults in Metropolitan Detroit- with a focus on the City of Detroit-by identifying their unmet physical, social and financial needs and maintaining facilities and creating programs that both address these needs and preserve the dignity of seniors.
The successful candidate will be an innovative, creative leader with strong management skills who will provide vision, leadership and direction. He/She will be responsible for communicating the mission and vision of the Hannan Foundation to the broader community and developing the resources necessary to successfully maintain and grow the programs and services that reflect that mission.
The candidate’s experience should include several years of progressive senior management in human service programs and Board development for nonprofit organizations and/or foundations. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Master’s degree or equivalent experience in Human Services, Management, Administration or related field is preferred.
For a copy of the full position profile please contact attn. Bill Weatherston

Mgr/Special Gifts (Mt Pleasant)
Position Summary:
The Special Gifts Manager works closely with the Major and Planned Giving Director to fully develop and implement the use of donor database. Responsible for discovering, identifying, and soliciting new prospects in the special gift range of $5,000 to $25,000.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Coordinate timing, process, and analysis of data input from various fundraising partners in a timely manner.
Analyze past giving to identify prospects in the Special Giving range of $5,000-$25,000.
Build a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects from the annual giving pool.
Employ a moves management program averaging 15-20 significant personal visits or calls per month with some travel involved.
Organize portfolio according to moves management – identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship.
Prepare presentations for prospects and donors.
Assist with creation of plan for annual end of year donor appeal through mail, and electronic and social media.
Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree.
3 years experience in professional fund raising, annual giving, public relations, marketing, or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Strong written and verbal communication with strong positive interpersonal skills.
Thorough knowledge of database management.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook.
In-state travel involved and flexible schedule *Establish and maintain positive working relationships *Anticipate, understand, and respond to the needs of donors to meet or exceed their expectations within the organizational
Valid driver’s license.

Apply Here :

AmeriCorps VISTA Child and Youth Coordinator (Flint)
The Child and Youth Coordinator will commit to a year of service in which he or she will help empower communities in Genesee County to develop strategies for their students’ academic success by 3rd grade while engaging parents to become involved in early childhood programs. In collaboration with United Way of Genesee County staff, VISTA will help to re-introduce the community school model in Flint and assist with the implementation of a county-wide literacy initiative with local hospitals.

To apply for this position, please follow the link below and fill out an application:

Business Manager (Ann Arbor)
Artrain, Inc. a nonprofit cultural organization located in Ann Arbor, MI, is seeking a business manager. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated, systems and detail-oriented, able to multitask and have excellent computer, organizational and communication skills. Requires experience in nonprofits, office management, QuickBooks, MS Office, budgeting, financial reporting, payroll, benefits, A/P, A/R, inventory, nonprofits and government filings. Application deadline: June 12 2014. Please send cover letter, resume and salary history to

Community Outreach Manager (Livonia)
Seedlings Braille Books for Children, a Livonia nonprofit organization serving blind children worldwide for 30 years, seeks a qualified part-time (avg. 28-30 hrs/wk) person to lead our public relations and fundraising efforts.

-- Manage fundraising events, appeals
-- Research and write grant proposals
-- Write and disseminate press releases and newsletters
-- Speak to civic groups, clubs, schools and conduct tours
-- Attend conferences and conventions for Seedlings
-- Manage social media presence

Required Qualifications:
-- Bachelor’s degree or 4 years equivalent education in Marketing or Public Relations
-- Minimum 3 years of nonprofit experience
-- Demonstrated fundraising, PR, special events, and grant writing experience
-- Experience in public speaking and strong writing & verbal communication skills
-- Willingness to learn braille basics

Key Attributes:
-- Ability to work independently and in a team environment (Department of 2; Full team of 10, plus volunteers)
-- Excellent computer skills, particularly MS Office, Constant Contact a plus
-- Excellent organizational & interpersonal skills
-- Excellent attendance and punctuality are essential for this position

Seedlings’ Mission: Seedlings Braille Books for Children is a non-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization dedicated to increasing the opportunity for literacy by providing high-quality, low-cost children’s literature in Braille.

For more information on Seedlings, see: If interested, please send cover letter and resume to:

Program Director (Ann Arbor)
The Nonprofit and Public Management Center (NPM) at the University of Michigan provides leaders with practical experiences, skills, and insight to tackle complex social challenges and catalyze a career in social impact. Through a suite of action-based programs, students deliver social impact across sectors, disciplines, and boundaries. NPM also hosts events to promote collaboration and inspire dialogue that accelerates social innovation on campus and within communities.

NPM is completing a strategic planning process that will expand and deepen its engagement with students and mission-driven organizations across the world. The Program Director will work along with the Managing Director and Assistant Director to support NPM’s students, faculty, and partners to deliver social impact through its student-focused programs. This role will focus on cultivating a robust suite of programming for professional students to develop innovative solutions to pressing social challenges. An ideal candidate will also build strong community partnerships and pathways for career success for students committed to positively impacting society.

Duties and responsibilities include program management, student and career support, and relationship management.

For more information and application details interested candidates should go to NPM Program Director job posting online,

Staff Accountant (Southfield)
Support the CFO in carrying out responsibilities of the Finance/Accounting Department.

Handle accounts receivable process for the agency -handle sales revenue -calculate and report MI sales tax -cash management reporting -monitor open receivables and facilitate collection -verification, coding and processing of vendor payments -respond to vendor inquiries.
Handle all grant invoicing and financial reporting -perform grant closeout functions to include reconciliations, financial status reports, final invoices and final reporting -review and monitor general ledger transactions -maintain regular communications with internal staff and fiscal contacts of funding sources General accounting/finance responsibilities -miscellaneous journal entries -interpret data related to accounts receivable and grants for reporting and responding to inquiries -assist in month-end and year-end closing -bank deposits -maintain files and documentation -work collaboratively with housing accounting vendor -process payroll

*Four-year degree (BS in Accounting preferred) *Minimum three years accounts receivable and general accounting experience *Knowledge of grants and their respective reporting requirements *Ability to track open payables and facilitate collection *Highly organized, detail-oriented and able to work independently *Excellent communication skills *Excellent work habits including willingness to work hours necessary to get the job done *Computer skills with high level of experience in Excel and accounting software *Ability to product accurate work product in a timely manner and consistently meet deadlines *Customer service mindset

Please send resume & cover letter to

Executive Director (Berkley)
Michigan Interfaith Power & Light (Michigan IPL) is currently seeking an Executive Director for our expanding office. This is a full time position in Southeast Michigan.

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. We participate in grassroots outreach, education and advocacy efforts around climate and energy issues, and facilitate energy efficiency and renewable technologies programs.

Michigan IPL celebrated its 10th year in operation last year and has 225+ member congregations across the state. The organization is also one of 43 state affiliates of the National IPL. Michigan IPL has received many awards over the years, including White House Office of Faith Based Initiatives and EPA recognition through their ENERGY STAR for Congregations award. Please visit our website for more information about Michigan IPL:

This position is critical to ensuring the smooth operation and continued growth of the organization and its membership. The ideal candidate is a nonprofit executive who is committed to environmental protection, enjoys working with a diverse group of people, can manage multiple staff, and has strong set of relationship building skills.

Click here for the Job Description and application instructions.

Good Luck!

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