Friday, June 20, 2014

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - June 20, 2014

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Operations Manager (Lansing)
Habitat for Humanity Michigan (HFHM) works to increase the capacity of Habitat for Humanity affiliates to create affordable housing solutions in partnership with people in need. Habitat is a for-impact organization that brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. The Habitat vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We believe that ending poverty begins with strong families in safe, affordable housing; which in turn builds strong neighborhoods and communities.

The Operations Manager will provide organizational leadership to facilitate the continuous improvement process at HFHM to achieve operational excellence. Working with the President & CEO, this person will help to identify key operational processes and workflows, develop metrics and gauges, foster teamwork, empower employees, optimize performance, and manage process enhancement.

Duties will include roles in strategic planning, hiring and separation practices, employee benefits, performance measures, staff development, and employee manuals. This role supports the CEO in the development of systems and tools to ensure a high-functioning board of directors and coaches Michigan’s 73 local and regional Habitat for Humanity affiliates in their own continuous improvement processes.

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit:

Case Planning Services Manager (Detroit)
Alternatives for Girls announces a staff opening for a full-time Case Planning Services Manager/Social Services Supervisor in the Shelter/Transition to Independent Living Department.

Please follow the link for further information.

Volunteer Coordinator (Grand Rapids)
Job Responsibilities
Coordinate extensive volunteer program, including managing, tracking, and scheduling volunteers for onsite projects and special events.
Provide outstanding customer service to KFB’s volunteer base of 15,000+ people.
Navigate donor management and volunteer scheduling software.
Responsible for the administrative work that goes along with this position (i.e. answering phones, changing voicemail for holidays, snow days, etc, maintaining schedule, welcome desk coverage).
Provide tours and basic orientation for new individuals and groups as requested.
Other duties as assigned
Hours will typically be 9am-5pm, with the exception of one required evening a week (until 7:30pm); day to be determined, and one weekend day per month.
Additional hours due to Special Events.
Skills and Qualifications
Bachelor degree or equivalent work experience required.
Volunteer management experience strongly preferred, (including recruitment and retention efforts).
Exceptional customer service experience required, including excellent interpersonal phone skills with a high level of professionalism.
Outgoing, friendly personality.
Must be able to effectively interact with a diverse population of volunteers from a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, as well as various abilities/disabilities.
Full Job Description:

All cover letters and resumes must be received by June 25, 2014 to be considered.
NO CALLS - Send cover letter and resume to:

Executive Director, CapCAN (Lansing)
The Capital Area College Access Network is a collaborative group of community agencies, businesses, educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, foundations and other interested partners working to increase postsecondary educational attainment rates in Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties. The CapCAN Executive Director is responsible for fundraising, coordinating college access resources and convening the network to address gaps in services. The Executive Director should have the proven ability to work in a strategic, efficient and accountable manner. The CapCAN Executive Director is the primary connection between the Executive Committee and the network’s Action Teams. This position requires the Executive Director to be proactive in establishing long- and short-term plans to reach established goals.

Bachelor’s degree
Strong interpersonal, organizational, oral and written communication skills
Strong background in fundraising and proven grant writing ability
Experience using database systems or data extraction preferred
Ability to work comfortably with diverse populations
Ability to use technology, including Microsoft Office, website content management tools and social media to enhance CapCAN’s outreach
Michigan driver’s license for occasional local and statewide travel
Compensation: $50,000-$70,000 annual salary, commensurate with skills and experience

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your relevant background, experience and salary requirements. Submissions may be mailed to:
Dennis W. Fliehman
President and CEO
Capital Region Community Foundation
330 Marshall St., Suite 300
Lansing, MI 48912
E-mail submissions may be sent to:

Grant Proposal Specialist (Kalamazoo)
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is seeking a full-time, exempt Grant Proposal Specialist based in the Kalamazoo Regional Center.

Position Summary: Responsible for writing proposals for both unrestricted operating revenue and restricted projects and for submitting timely and accurate reports for all existing grant funded projects.

Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in business or related field preferred or experience commensurate with degree. Minimum of two years experience with grant writing preferred. Previous experience with non-profit fundraising.

If interested then please apply online at

Recruitment Specialist (Saginaw)
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is seeking two full-time, exempt Recruitment Specialists based in the Saginaw Regional Center.

Position Summary: Recruitment Specialist will work with Membership team and community volunteers to recruit, train and place adults into volunteer positions in order to meet area membership goals.

Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in related field preferred or experience commensurate with degree. Minimum of three years experience preferred.

For full position description and to apply online please visit

Merchandise and Operations Coordinator (Pontiac)
Salary: $26,500 - $28,000/year

Responsibilities Include:
Responsible for assisting the Store Manager in the execution of Merchandising & Pricing responsibilities such as ad set-up and takedown, promotional set-up and replenishment of promotional merchandise.
Training and coaching on product knowledge, merchandise presentation skills, inventory and price integrity skills, and customer service tactics to enhance sales
Understand website navigation and proactively leverages technology in order to facilitate the customer experience
Lead by example to provide superior customer service (i.e., locate merchandise, assist customers,
Acts as a role model and personally contributes to attainment of department goals
Ensures that the department is easy to shop, clean and organized for customers
Facilitates efficient replenishment flow and representation of merchandise, including ensuring clearance product flow
You should have at least two years of experience, preferably in retail, as a manager. You should have strong written and verbal communication skills.
Strong organizational and project management skills
Ability to form strong partnerships and communicate well with store team members
Ability to identify issues and recommend business solutions to the Store Manager
Administration of DOT program
Upkeep of vehicle, driver and property management programs (Microsoft Access)
Responsible for telephones and copier maintenance Coordination of commercial, liability, auto and workers compensation insurance
Time will be split between the Thrift Stores and working in our offices in Pontiac.
Must have reliable transportation as significant local travel is required.
Our stores are open daily, requiring early morning, evening, weekend, and holiday availability

To Apply send cover letter and resume

Corporate & Foundation Relations Specialist (Inkster)
Primary Purpose:

To play a leading role in a comprehensive program that acquires foundation, corporation and organizational funding for Starfish Family Services.

Education and Experience Required:

Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years experience in grant writing and development required.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Identify and research corporate, foundation and organization funding sources.
Establish and manage relationships with corporate and foundation funding officers. Act as point person in organization for corporate and foundation communication.
Devise and coordinate strategies to cultivate corporate, foundation and organization funding prospects with other SFS staff.
Write proposals and stewardship reports
Create and maintain proposal boilerplate information and materials.
Coordinate the solicitation of corporate, foundation and organization funding prospects, including grant writing and editing, with other SFS staff.
Maintain the prospect management process, including an action calendar, using Raiser’s Edge in cooperation with the Development Team.
Manage the stewardship program and reporting/tracking process.
Devise and implement funding strategies related to the SFS strategic plan and meet program outcomes.
Assist with special event planning, in-kind contributions and other related functions within the Development Department as needed.
Set and meet timelines as necessary or assigned.
Assist with reviewing and editing public grant applications as needed.
To apply visit:

Tax Policy Analyst (Lansing)
The Michigan League for Public Policy is a statewide advocacy organization that works to promote economic security for all people in Michigan. As part of its work, the League conducts research and analysis on tax and economic policy issues, focusing on how they impact low-income people in our state. The League seeks to hire a Tax Policy Analyst with strong quantitative and analytic skills and the ability to communicate information effectively to diverse audiences.

The responsibilities of the Tax Policy Analyst include researching and writing reports, analyzing tax policy (current and proposed), representing the League at meetings with partners and policymakers, and doing presentations on tax and economic issues related to the League’s mission.

Bachelor’s degree required. Graduate degree in economics, public policy or a related field preferred.
Experience working on tax policy issues.
Strong analytic skills, including proficiency with spreadsheets and databases.
Outstanding communications skills, including the ability to communicate complex issues to broad audiences.
Demonstrated ability to think strategically, identify opportunities and develop public policy options.
Self-motivated and able to work independently, but also able to collaborate and work as part of a team.
Commitment to economic justice.
The position is full-time and is based in Lansing. Salary will be based on experience. Benefits package included.

To apply, please send cover letter, resume and brief writing sample to by June 30, 2014.

The League is an equal opportunity employer and strives for diversity in its staff.

Manager of Volunteer Services (Pontiac)
The Volunteer Manager supervises volunteers and provides direction, coordination, and consultation for all volunteer functions within the organization. This includes the recruitment, processing, education, retention and coordination of all Habitat volunteers, including construction, committee, and office volunteers.

• Develop, promote and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities within the organization • Produce written informational materials for volunteer outreach • Review weekly schedule, ensuring volunteer coverage needs are met and communicate to the team • Interview and place volunteers for specific organizational needs • Maintain volunteer records, and volunteer database • Perform on-site coordination and support during volunteer days • Other responsibilities as assigned by Director of Family & Community Relationships and Executive Director

• Enthusiasm, teamwork focused and strong customer service orientation • Self-motivated, able to work independently with minimal supervision • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Must be well versed with Microsoft Office programs • Must be able to adapt to technology and quickly learn volunteer management database • Must be able to work on certain Saturdays during our build season, nights when there are special events, and early mornings, as scheduled • Must have own reliable transportation to travel to the different sites

• BA/BS Degree
• 2 years experience in the field of volunteer management or equivalent combination of experience, education and training • Personal volunteer experience

To apply please send your cover letter and resume to

Controller (Detroit)
The Controller will lead all day-to-day finance operations of a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation and a for-profit real estate subsidiary that owns a 135,000 sq. ft. multi-tenant building, including functional responsibility over financial statement preparation, general accounting, accounts payable, payroll and grants/fundraising and administration. The Controller will ensure that correct systems, procedures and internal controls are in place to support effective program implementation and conduct flawless audits. This position will serve as the principal liaison to the external independent auditor. The Controller will work closely with department heads, not only to educate them regarding finance and accounting procedures, but to explore how the finance function can support program operations. The Controller will advise management regarding revenue enhancement and cost containment strategies. The Controller will prepare, analyze and interpret periodic financial reports and statements for management information and control. This position will also oversee the budget preparation process and assist with budget presentations to Board committees and interested outside parties.

TechTown embodies a diverse, dynamic and entrepreneurial culture. Any applicant applying for this position must be comfortable with cultural diversity, organizational change and extraordinary professional demands with limited direction.

To review the full job description with directions on how to apply, please visit

Financial Specialist (Detroit)
Financial Specialist - Detroit
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order

Inspired by the gospel of Jesus and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Capuchin friars of the Province of St. Joseph, together with our partners in ministry, prayerfully build sister-brotherhood in the world. We attend simply and directly to the spiritual and other basic human needs, especially those of the poor and disenfranchised, promoting justice for all.

The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order is currently seeking a Financial Specialist who will process and analyze financial information and assist the province and provincial ministries.

Please see full job description at:

Qualifications: The desired education and experience level for this position are a minimum of an Associates Degree in accounting or finance and at least two years experience in accounting, or at least 5 years experience in accounting. Proficiency in computers and familiarity with MS Excel, Word and QuickBooks preferred.

The review of resumes will begin immediately.

Please send letter of interest and resume to: Please include Financial Specialist in the subject line.

Contract Grant Writer (Home Based/Dearborn)
Henry Ford Village is the 3rd largest non-profit single campus senior living organization in the United States. With nearly 1,000 residents, 500 employees and 7 miles of hallways on 35 acres in Dearborn, it is built on the historic land where Henry Ford was born 150 years ago. The Henry Ford Village Foundation is looking for an independent contract grant-writer to write and submit compelling grant proposals to enhance our community’s outstanding, ongoing programs and services.

Grant-Writer – Independent Contractor
Henry Ford Village Foundation

Analyze and present programs and services using compelling and persuasive writing.
Interact and communicate with senior management,
program level staff and foundation representatives during the proposal design, development and implementation phases.
Prepare, coordinate, assemble, and/or deliver proposal applications for submission.
Assist with identifying additional grant funding sources.
Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 5 year related writing experience preferred.
Demonstrated history or portfolio of securing corporate and foundation funding.
Excellent writing, critical thinking and computer skills (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, compensation requirements and a writing sample to:

Dianne Azzopardi
Human Resources Manager
Henry Ford Village
15101 Ford Road
Dearborn, MI 48126

Business Development (Troy)
ardentCause L3C is a for-profit technology company serving the nonprofit industry with software that helps our customers achieve better outcomes. We are looking for a business development representative, preferably with nonprofit experience, and an interest in applying technology to the issues that nonprofits face.

Some of the key characteristics for this individual include:
A desire to serve the nonprofit industry, and make a significant personal social impact;
A minimum of 3 to 5 years in sales or nonprofit business development with a track record of success;
Demonstrated ability to develop and nurture excellent relationships with nonprofit) decision-makers, leaders, and executives;
Demonstrated ability to quickly understand and articulate nonprofit organizational information needs/requirements and match those to effective solutions;
Excellent written, verbal and presentation communication skills including proposal writing, grant-writing, event and trade show presentations, and presentations;
Entrepreneurial attitude and enthusiasm for start-up sales;
Familiarity and mastery of basic sales tools and software (Presentation solutions, CRM/sales database software/tools, office software etc.)
Please send your resume to if you are qualified!

ardentCause L3C is a Michigan-based social enterprise serving the nonprofit and education community with online data solutions to achieve better outcomes, through innovative software for data collection, analysis, visualization and communication of information.

Director of Development (Detroit)
The Director of Development serves as the leader of the Development team and is responsible for annual fund, membership, corporate and foundation grants, fundraising events and some major individual giving. Must have strong organizational, writing and team management skills and be comfortable supporting the Society’s CEO in major gifts fundraising work. We're looking for a strategic thinker who will play an active role in helping us move forward, building on the momentum of the recently completed Past>Forward campaign.

Specific duties:
Work with executive team to identify, cultivate and solicit corporate, foundation, government and individual donors
Develop and implement both short- and long-term development strategies
Supervise the planning and organization of all event-based fundraisers
Work with other members of staff to identify and develop funding needs, matching potential funders to needs
Manage the development team, serving as an effective team leader and coach
Successful candidates will possess the following:
At least 5 years of progressively responsible development experience, preferably in a senior position
Personnel and project management experience, preferably in a non-profit setting
Ability to manage multiple tasks in an effective and efficient manner -Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to work cooperatively with individuals from diverse backgrounds
Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge a plus
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred
Some evening and weekend work is required
Send resume, cover letter including salary requirements and two writing samples to:

Kate Baker, Managing Director
Detroit Historical Society
5401 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
Please, no calls!

Voicemail System Available to Nonprofit (Lansing)
Sprint Protégé Voice Mail System available as donation to a nonprofit organization, please call Linda Pung at 517-485-5536 for further details

Director of Development - Catholic Charities of Southeastern Michigan (Detroit)
Position Summary
The Director of Development reports to the Director of Development and Stewardship of the Archdiocese of Detroit and is responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive fund development strategy and plan that supports the priorities of Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM). The Director of Development works cooperatively with the Executive Director of CCSEM and the Advancement Committee of the Board of Directors.

Create and implement a strategy and plan that maximizes revenue from annual giving, individual major gift giving, special project giving, planned giving, corporate and foundation giving, and special events.
Personally manage a portfolio of donors with major gift capacity.
Develop and implement a plan for donor recognition and ongoing stewardship of donors.
Manage the development budget. Review and create departmental guidelines as needed.
Prepare reports and presentations.
Collaborate with staff leadership and the Board of Directors and participate in the short and long term planning of the agency.
Promote a public image of CCSEM that is consistent with its mission, vision, values.
Maintain the organization’s reputation for integrity, responsibility, caring, and prudent management of constituent relationships and all business conducted in the Department of Development and Stewardship.

Grant Writer (Detroit)
DAPCEP's mission is to increase the number of historically underrepresented students who are motivated and prepared to pursue degrees leading to careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM).

The Grant Writer is primarily responsible for researching and identifying funding opportunities; developing, writing, and submitting grant proposals, sponsorship requests, reports, and other donor correspondence; maintaining a calendar of submissions; and tracking grants and donor interactions via donor software.

Bachelor’s degree with minimum of three (3) years of professional experience (Ideal candidate will have had creative and/or grant writing experience in a non-profit, university or K-12 system).
Excellent written and verbal communication skills; with strong ability to craft concise and coherent narrative reports, proposals, business correspondence and creative messages/stories.
A high level of computer literacy required; must be proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Familiarity with Foundation Search America and Bloomerang preferred, but not required. Must be willing to and feel comfortable learning (independently) various donor and prospect research software programs.
Previous experience interfacing with corporate executives or a Board of Directors.
Strong ability to develop logic models for various programs in order to set and track appropriate goals, objectives, outputs, outcomes and measures.
Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and references to Veronica Hall ( by June 30, 2014.

Executive Director - Love INC of North Oakland County (Lake Orion)
Job Posting: Executive Director – Love INC of North Oakland County- Lake Orion, MI Love INC of North Oakland County has an opening for an Executive Director. Some of the requirements are:
Must have a strong Christian leader with a Christ-like compassion for people experiencing difficult life circumstances
Commitment to church and its mandate to serve those in need as an agent of transformation.
A minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience and demonstrated leadership success.
Knowledge of local community of Lake Orion/Oxford.
Working knowledge of the dynamics and practical office skills of a non-profit organization with many volunteers.
Excellent listening, verbal, written, facilitation and training skills.
Ability to interface with local community leaders and business persons.
Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evening and weekend events.
Hours: 28 Hr./week. Flexible schedule required.
Salary: 24K Range
For further information and a complete Job Description, please visit our website at e-mail resume and a cover letter describing your faith walk to:

Director of Community Impact (Ann Arbor)
The Director of Community Impact is a member of the Executive Management team and reports to the President. Leads all aspects of the Community Impact initiatives and aligns work with United Way Worldwide and strategic plan. Identifies and prioritizes strategies related to community investment, oversees outcomes and evaluation, builds community partnerships with agencies, key stakeholders and funders, monitors MOUs and contract development. Manages community impact budget and work in partnership with local funders to coordinate fund disbursement.
Senior leadership position requires 5 -10 experience in human services, business, administration or related field. Bachelor’s degree required. Strong communication skills and demonstrated leadership ability. Time management, meeting facilitation, and ability to speak effectively in large community gatherings.
Submit cover letter, salary requirements and resume to No phone calls.

Director of Group Homes (Farmington Hills)
JARC is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization dedicated to providing the highest quality of life to men, women and children with disabilities in Oakland County, MI. JARC provides residential services to over 150 men and women with developmental disabilities in 20 homes and numerous independent living settings, as well as services to 400 families with a child or adult living at home.

JARC seeks an experienced, dynamic, Director of Group Homes. A leader and strong advocate for the inclusion of people with disabilities in community life. The Director of Group Homes will oversee the overall operation of JARC’s group homes that are licensed by the State of Michigan. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years of high level experience in the administration of licensed group homes or field of developmental disabilities, and experience working with a diverse group of stakeholders. Ability to embrace the basic fundamentals of Gentle Teaching and the values of inclusion for people with disabilities is essential.

Undergraduate degree required; advanced degree preferred. Qualified candidates should send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to:; Job Code: DGH - MNA

Senior Vice President of Development (Detroit)

Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO), a large and diverse, Detroit-based nonprofit human service organization, seeks an experienced Senior Vice President of Development to lead the organization's fund development efforts. Responsibilities include conceiving, implementing and monitoring all aspects of NSO's fund development program including individual giving, foundation and corporate support, special events, and overseeing internal and external communications. Strategic thinking is critical to the success of this position as is an experienced track record in fund development and volunteer management, as well as the ability to have conversations with a wide variety of people and translate those into deeper relationships with NSO. A bachelor's degree and minimum of ten years’ experience in fund development with a proven track record of success is a must. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Please submit resume via email to

Office Manager Position (Sutton's Bay)
Inland Seas Education Association seeks an Office Manager to be part of our hard working team dedicated to protecting the Great Lakes through education. The qualified candidate will work as an integral member of our non-profit organization to provide excellent customer service and support for our educational programming.

The ideal candidate will bring a high level of organizational and problem solving abilities, communication and computer skills, and be committed to operating in alignment with the core values, vision and mission of Inland Seas Education Association. Responsibilities include day-to-day financial, operational, human resources and legal activities. Bachelor degree required. Full-time salaried position with benefits.

For additional information regarding the position check the web site:

Questions, letters of interest, resumes and references should be submitted to by June 20, 2014.

Managing Director (Lansing)
Ele’s Place - Managing Director – Lansing Full Time

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 seeks a seasoned fundraising professional who is looking for a career growth opportunity and is committed on a personal level to the mission of healing grieving children.

Primary responsibilities:
Build and maintain excellent personal and organizational reputations in the community. Serve as the primary spokesperson and ambassador for Ele’s Place in the Lansing area.
Cultivate donor relationships with major gift prospects; solicit gifts and pledges from individuals, businesses and foundations; and steward relationships with major donors.
Inspire and work effectively with Board members, engaging them in community networking, outreach and fundraising efforts.
Oversee the daily operations of Ele’s Place in Lansing in a professional, efficient manner, in accordance with established policies and procedures.
At least five years’ experience in a nonprofit fundraising position, particularly major gift development.
Superior writing and public speaking skills.
Experience in a leadership role.
Experience working with and inspiring a Board of Directors and other volunteers.
Experience building and managing an effective, committed staff.
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:

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Circulation Assistant, Michigan History Magazine (Lansing)
Michigan History Magazine L3C (MHM), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Historical Society of Michigan, seeks a qualified individual to serve as a full-time Circulation Assistant for Michigan History Magazine.

The Circulation Assistant, under the leadership of the Circulation Manager, is part of a team managing the publication and circulation of Michigan History magazine.

A partial list of duties include entering orders for magazine subscriptions into the circulation management system, responding to customer service calls, complaints and special order requests, processing outgoing mail, maintaining inventory counts of back issues, providing data entry and support for various projects as requested and other duties as assigned

The hourly rate for this full-time position is $10.00. Work hours are 8 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday. Health and vacation benefits are available.

Required skills and experience include excellent phone and customer service skills, attention to detail, numbers and analytic ability is imperative and in-depth knowledge of MS Office programs including Word, Excel and Access.

Qualifications: candidate must have a High School Diploma or equivalent with associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Experience with circulation systems or in an office clerical environment is desirable.

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 The position will remain open until filled.

Summer Internship (Detroit)
Neithercut Philanthropy Advisors seeks two Summer Interns.

NPA is a professional services firm that handles the philanthropic affairs for a select group of families and we advise foundations on how to engage in effective, rewarding philanthropy.

Performing research on prospective clients, and for client projects.
Maintaining the CRM Database.
Preparing administrative documents and assisting with administrative tasks.
Organizing client-related materials for NPA staff.
Managing specific elements of client projects.
Previous experience working or volunteering in the non-profit sector.
High level of interest in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Keen attention to detail and strong interest in helping organize complex projects.
High degree of proficiency with computing, including the full MS Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint), and the Internet.
Ability and interest in learning new skills and new content.
Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures, managing files and records, and other office procedures.
Research and grant writing experience.
LOCATION: Stroh River Place in downtown Detroit. Secure covered parking provided.

HOURS: 40 hours per week. Work hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday. After-hours work is occasionally required.

SALARY: This is a paid temporary position depending upon the availability of the successful candidates. Each intern will receive a weekly stipend of $300.

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter and resume to by June 30, 2014. Please no phone calls.

Financial Analyst (Detroit)
Financial Analyst - Detroit
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order

Please see full job description at:

Inspired by the gospel of Jesus and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Capuchin friars of the Province of St. Joseph, together with our partners in ministry, prayerfully build sister-brotherhood in the world. We attend simply and directly to the spiritual and other basic human needs, especially those of the poor and disenfranchised, promoting justice for all.

The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order, is currently seeking a Financial Analyst who will process and analyze financial information and assist the province and provincial ministries.

Qualifications: The desired education and experience level for this position are bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance and at least two years experience in accounting. Proficiency in computers, Microsoft Excel, Word and QuickBooks. The successful candidate will be able to work independently as well as with a team, prioritize and organize multiple projects simultaneously, create appealing and professional communications and publications, and have strong problem solving skills.

The review of resumes will begin immediately.

Please send letter of interest and resume to: Please include Financial Analyst in the subject line.
Or mail to: Attention: Human Resources
Financial Analyst
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order
1820 Mt. Elliott Street
Detroit, MI 48207

Customer Care/Registration Associate (Detroit)
The Customer Care Associate serves as the first point of contact for inquiries via phone, email or in person. The incumbent is responsible for providing the highest level of customer service to all members/customers, both external and internal.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Supports functions of a multi-channel contact center.
Answers incoming calls/requests; engages in problem-solving and provides solutions; manages and responds appropriately to all inquiries including but not limited to email, phone and walk-in customers.
Provides high quality customer service.
Ensures and provides quality service to both internal and external customers.
Answers inquiries by clarifying desired information, researching, locating and delivering findings.
Maintains contact center database by entering information accurately and quickly.
Enhances organization reputation by providing a positive customer experience for all those contacted, either in person or by phone.
Supports registrations functions
Sets up all meetings in Personify for training, events, series camp and other volunteer meetings. Processes refunds for all registrations as necessary. Edits, inputs and files incoming paper membership and meetings registrations. Data entry of program evaluations. Assist in receptionist duties as needed. Processes all paper surveys for evaluation. Ensures data integrity in the database of record utilizing data integrity queries.
High School Diploma, 1-3 years experience Willingness to work a flexible schedule that includes evening and weekend hours.

Send resume to

Executive Director (Grand Rapids)
JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D.
Brief Description:

The Executive Director is responsible for creating an atmosphere for the volunteers and staff to succeed in meeting the objectives of our mission. He or she will accomplish this through leadership, management and growth of the chapter territory including annual budget development, planning, implementation and evaluation of all chapter operations and events in conjunction with the regional director and chapter Board of Directors.

Bachelor's Degree required; CFRE a plus. Seven + (7+) years of related non-profit fundraising experience with 5 years in a supervisory capacity. Demonstrated strength in sales, fundraising, major gifts, special event fundraising, partnering with volunteer boards. Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human behavior and performance and leadership techniques. Training and/or experience in community development. Flexibility to travel as needed.

Contact Information:
If you’d like to join our team, please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to JDRF by visiting Please do a keyword search for IRC17383 to apply.
No Phone Calls Please. Only those candidates who meet our qualifications will be contacted. No staffing agencies please.

JDRF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Good Luck!

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