Friday, July 4, 2014

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - July 2, 2014

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Staff Accountant (Southfield)
Volunteers of America Michigan, Inc. is seeking a Staff Accountant to provide support for the CFO in carrying out the responsibilities of the Finance/Accounting Department, specifically as it relates to Accounts Receivable, Grants and miscellaneous reconciliations.

•Four-year degree (BS In Accounting preferred) and minimum of three years accounts receivable and general accounting experience or combination thereof •Knowledge of grants and their respective reporting requirements •Able to track open payables and facilitate collection of unpaid balances •Must be highly organized and detail-oriented and able to work independently •Must have excellent communication skills •Must have excellent work habits including the willingness to work the hours necessary to get the job done •Computer skills with a high level of experience in Excel and accounting software •Able to produce accurate work product in a timely manner and consistently meet deadlines •Customer service mind-set

Please send cover letter and resume to or fax to 248-945-1614.

Day Care Teacher Assistant (Detroit)
Positive Images, Inc., located in Detroit, MI is a licensed substance abuse treatment program with a licensed Day Care Center on site. Our services include traditional and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, residential treatment and a Maternal Infant Health Program.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Day Care Teacher Assistant to join our team of talented professionals. Regular working hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
This job requires a high school diploma. You must undergo drug screening, pass a physical examination and undergo a reference or security check. The individual will be assisting in serving meals, plan and implement lesson plans, creating arts and crafts ideas, cleaning up after children as well as directing them. The individual must have good writing and communication skills.
We offer our employees a competitive salary, a paid time off package and health benefits.
If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to

Volunteer Relations Specialist (Detroit)
In support of the Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan’s Conflict Management process, facilitate the negotiation and resolution of conflicts between disputing volunteer parties by working collaboratively with the parties, providing direction and support, and identifying creative ways to reach a mutual solution.

Support volunteers in working collaboratively and productively by providing conflict management and mediation services in accordance with the GSSEM Conflict Management Toolkit.
Conduct investigations towards one of four possible core causes of issue; broken procedure, training or educational issue, customer service, or true conflict.
Collaborate with the GSSEM finance team in the collection of financial documents leading to financial investigation and collections
Ensure volunteers receive on-going coordination, communication, motivation, problem solving, and support when disputes occur.
Develop and maintain all documentation, records, and systems.
Monitor and track the resolution process for situations involving conflict between volunteers.
Provide group conflict management facilitation and dialogue processes for volunteers, particularly in high-conflict situations (including bullying, harassment and discrimination).
Provide mediation clients with post-delivery support by, among other things, preparing and delivering Mediation Action Plans to all parties in a timely manner.
Assess and advise Council staff in Alternative Dispute Resolution processes and methods.
Bachelors degree with concentration in business (or equivalent) with an emphasis in customer service, dispute resolution, social services and/or human services, or a related field of study or related field or equivalent.
Minimum of three 3 years exp.

Send resume to

Philanthropy Officer (Detroit)
The American Civil Liberties Fund of Michigan seeks experienced applicants for a full-time Philanthropy Officer (PO) to secure funds for the organization by developing and managing a portfolio of donors/prospects, each with an estimated capacity to give $10,000 or more. The PO is responsible for qualifying new prospects and building relationships between the people in her/his portfolio and the ACLU so as to maximize their financial support of our work. In addition to soliciting major gifts to the annual fund, the PO also will explore planned giving opportunities and solicit special campaign gifts. The PO will spend a significant amount of time in direct interaction with donors, both in and out of the office, helping donors fulfill their passions and interests through their giving to the ACLU. The PO will also spend a significant amount of time behind the scenes, assessing next steps for individual donor engagement, deploying other staff, including the Executive Director and Director of Philanthropy, as necessary for building the donor relationship with the ACLU. This position both leads and supports others in leading.

View full posting and requirements at Application deadline is August 1, 2014 or until position is filled.

Annual and Campaign Coordinator (Ann Arbor)
North Star Reach (NSR) is a non-profit organization providing life-changing camp experience for children with serious health challenges and their families. NSR is seeking a full time Annual and Campaign Coordinator to support a current capital campaign, while transitioning into a comprehensive Annual Campaign. Preferred candidates will have extensive knowledge of non-profit operations, varied annual giving and capital campaign experience.

Job Duties:

Recruit, train and guide volunteer teams to reach lower level campaign completion goals.
Plan and execute campaign events, direct mail, and activities to reach lower level campaign completion goals.
Develop and manage a coordinated matrix of communication and solicitation strategies involving email, direct mail, phone/mail, personal visitation and volunteer engagement, all focused on shaping a sustainable annual giving program.
Foster the growth of best practices in the areas of gift processing, data management, donor communications, and donor relations as related to annual giving.
Provide strategic direction and long-range/short range planning to grow the annual giving program to support the on-going development needs of NSR.
E-Mail resume’ and letter of interest to Human Resources at Include “Annual & Campaign Coordinator” in Memo Line

Individual Giving Coordinator (Inkster)
The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to the goals of Starfish Family Services and the importance of early childhood development and family success. They will manage the individual giving program including annual giving activities (direct mail, phone, electronic); face-to-face solicitation of annual gifts; cultivation and stewardship events; employee giving and special giving opportunities.

Education and Experience Required:

Bachelor’s Degree in related field is required.
Prefer a minimum of three years of progressive fundraising, sales, marketing or related experience.
For more information and to apply visit:

Program Coordinator (Lansing)
The Program Coordinator implements and maintains various aspects of ongoing program activities to advance the mission of Tomorrow’s Child, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to preventing infant death and supporting those affected by it.
Responsibilities include a wide range of duties including some of the following:

Execute the delivery of certain program activities to support the strategic direction of the organization
Implementing long-term goals and objectives to achieve successful program outcomes
Assisting with the development of program related grant proposals and budgets to ensure the continuous delivery of services
Engaging volunteers for appropriate program activities using established volunteer management practices
Candidates must have a minimum of a BA, preferably an RN license in Michigan, in a health related field. At least five years relevant experience in project coordination. Demonstrated success implementing and managing innovative programs and maintaining effective working relationships with volunteers, community partners and healthcare professionals. Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently, including effective management of resources and time. Ability to multi-task and handle many projects simultaneously.

For more information visit our website at Tomorrow’s Child is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates should send resume and cover letter to by July 25, 2014.

Housing Development Analyst (Troy)
POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Vice President of Development, the Housing Development Analyst manages a range of real estate activities related to the acquisition and development of affordable housing projects. The overall responsibility of the Housing Development Analyst is to identify and analyze potential projects for financial and mission-related feasibility; negotiate site control; and coordinate projects through all phases of financing, development, and marketing.

Responsible for all phases of development, including initial feasibility (pro forma) analyses, site analyses and acquisition
Create reports as needed including AFHMP, Environmental Review and Market Studies
Assist in completing project funding applications to local, state, and federal agencies and ultimately close the financing with all such agencies
Prepare project budgets, cash flow projections, and project schedules
Provide construction Management for projects
Analysis and implementation of affordable housing greening standards
Gain expertise in HUD HOME, FHLB, LIHTC, NSP rental rehab and homebuyer program to include certification
Establish internal controls to ensure that contractual obligations are met in compliance with appropriate Federal, State and local regulations
Assist to strategize and coordinate with other departments to make sure that programmatic issues with respect to the development and operations are adequately addressed
Seeking out new development opportunities to generate a pipeline of development projects that create and preserve quality rental housing affordable to low-and moderate-income households
Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Familiarity with real estate development on a professional level is required.

To apply for this position CLICK HERE:

Executive Director (Lansing)
MARO, a statewide trade association representing community service providers, seeks a dynamic and proven leader to serve as Executive Director. Headquartered in Lansing, MI the Executive Director (ED) will work with the Board of Directors, staff, partners and all stakeholders to implement policies of the board, manage the day-to-day operations, and carry forth our mission to maximize the impact of our members in their efforts to provide employment, training and access to the community for people with disabilities and other barriers. For a detailed job description go to

To apply, send cover letter, resume and salary history by July 31 to Joe Evans,

Regional Coordinator - Grants Management (Ypsilanti)
Regional Coordinator responsible for program coordination/administration of Region V-East/Great Lakes Region (Michigan, Indiana and Ohio) Hemophilia Treatment Center grants and cooperative agreements with HRSA-MCHB, CDC and other national/local entities. Master’s Degree in Public Health, Health Administration or related field preferred; undergraduate degree with related clinical and grants management experience will also be considered. Cooperative team player with excellent writing and communication skills, experience with grants management, budgeting, health policy, data management and demonstrated interest in chronic illness desired. Strong computer skills essential; 25% travel in region, some travel for national meetings. To apply: Please provide cover letter, resume and salary requirements to HFM headquarters are located in Ypsilanti, MI. No phone calls please. EOE

Director of Development (DoD) (Detroit)
Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is a unique non-profit, hands-on museum offering programs that inspire families to explore and appreciate science, technology and math in a dynamic learning environment.

DoD is responsible for directing current fundraising campaign of $3-$5M as well as developing strategies to grow campaign over the next 3 years. DoD works with President/CEO and in collaboration with Board of Trustees to:

Develop fundraising priorities to support MiSc growth,
Plan and supervise all cultivation and solicitation activities,
Manage strategies to attract, retain and increase MiSci membership/volunteer base.
The DoD is a strong ambassador position interacting with a diverse group of stakeholders (foundations, corporations, individual donors, government officials, and general public).

This position requires a person who has a passion for the mission of MiSci and a proven track record of highly effective fundraising and skill in strategy and process development who is willing to make direct solicitations. H/she must balance the pressures of a dynamic Development Department with community and programmatic support expectations.

Must have:

Strong knowledge of principles, ethics and practices of fundraising while maintaining confidentiality.
Experience in grant writing, annual giving, sponsorships and major gifts with a track record of success. Ability to prepare financial reports and manage database.
Strong interpersonal, problem-solving and planning skills.
A Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Development, or related field with a minimum of 5 years development experience.
Refer to for more information. Include cover letter with salary requirements, references and resume to

Executive Director Conductive Learning Center (Grand Rapids)
The Conductive Learning Center of Grand Rapids, Michigan seeks to fill the position of Executive Director.

The Conductive Learning Center (CLC) is a dynamic program that provides specialized educational services for children with neurological conditions including Cerebrla Palsy and Spina Bifida. The Program is a subsidiary corporation of Aquinas College and is the employer of all CLC personnel. The Conductive Learning Center is currently in its fourteenth year of operation.

The Executive Director is responsible for administrative oversight for the CLC Program. Primary duties include: fund raising, grant writing, community networking, marketing and public relations.
The Executive Director reports to the Conductive Learning Center Board of Directors. The attached job description provides detailed information regarding areas of responsibility,qualifications and characteristics of an ideal candidate. Consideration will be given to individuals interested in a full time, part time or interim role.

Interested candidates should submit their resume and letter of interest to: John M. Ritch at the Conductive Learning Center, 2428 Burton, SE, Grand Rapids, MI. 49506 or

View the full posting at:

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)
Administrative Assistant – Detroit
Full Time
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 an Administrative Assistant who will assist the Director of the Solanus Casey Center in the coordination and administration of tasks and events at the center.

Essential Duties listed on above website.
Qualifications listed on above website.

The review of resumes will begin immediately.

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

Data and Policy Analyst (Royal Oak)
The Education Trust-Midwest's mission is to promote high academic achievement for all students at all levels - pre-kindergarten through college.

Responsibilities of our Data and Policy Analyst would include, but are not limited to:

Collect, analyze, and interpret educational data related to student achievement, attainment, and opportunities to learn;
Work collaboratively with fellow staff members in Michigan, as well as the Washington, D.C. and California offices, to monitor federal, state, and local K-16 policy and quickly respond to legislative and regulatory proposals, inquiries from allies, and other rapid-response opportunities, to make the organization’s case in the media and beyond;
Develop instruments and protocols to evaluate programs and policies in schools;
Prepare data and policy analyses for internal and external use;
Read, evaluate, and summarize academic and policy research relating to ETM policy and advocacy agenda;
Proactively generate new ideas for how ETM can expand its use of data for research and advocacy;
Contribute to the writing of public reports, fact sheets, press statements, and website materials;
Respond to requests for data and information from website visitors, researchers, community members, and other users of ETM materials and services; and
Support staff in finding data, creating presentations, identifying successful schools, and creating publications for public distribution.
Please e-mail a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and contact information for three references to Please use “Data and Policy Analyst” as the subject line for your email.

Medical Supply Coordinator - Part-Time (Detroit)
Coordinate the sorting and packing of medical supplies for international shipping with the help of volunteers. Instruct and supervise new volunteers of all ages. Previous experience necessary in a healthcare profession or education in the healthcare field needed. 24 hours, day shift, days and hours to be determined. Starting wage $12-$14/hour. Resume to

Van Driver Part-Time (Detroit)
Will drive World Medical Relief Sprint van in the Metro Detroit area to pick up durable medical equipment - hospital beds, wheelchairs, etc. and medical supplies offered as donations from individual homes as well as offices. Valid drivers' and chauffeurs' license required. Able to lift and load items into van. Familiar with street maps.
17 hours/week, day shift, days and hours to be determined. Starting wage: $12-$14/hour. Resume to

Part Time Development Coordinator (Kentwood)
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:
Chapter development position responsible for planning, fundraising, volunteer development, and stewardship for JDRF Gala and Ride to Cure Diabetes. May supervise volunteers for assigned responsibilities. Plays active lead role in organizing, coordinating, implementing and helping to expand assigned activities within the comprehensive development areas of the chapter.


College degree preferred or equivalent experience required.
Three+ (3+) years of fundraising experience required or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience in organizing and planning special fundraising events.
Excellent written and oral communication skills required.
Proficiency with computer programs is required.
Contact Information:
If you’d like to join our team, please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to JDRF by visiting do a keyword search for IRC17683 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.

Manager - Communications/Marketing (Clarkston)

Work closely with others in the organization as the communications and marketing partner.
Develop, implement, and evaluate the annual communications plan
Lead the effort to upgrade the AF web site
Coordinate web site maintenance
Track and measure the level of engagement within the network over time
Manage development, distribution and maintenance of all print and electronic communications
Work with the Development Officer on the development and implemenation of fundraising activities
Manage all media contacts
Must have:

Great planning and organizational skills
Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills
A track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently
Great analytical skills
Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff board members, volunteers, donors and supporters
Self starter, able to work independently and entrepreneurial; enjoys creating and implementing communication strategies
Willingness to travel
Resumes can be faxed to 248-922-9620
or mailed to
Amyloidosis Foundation
7151 N. Main Street #2
Clarkston, MI 48346

Inquiries - 248-922-9610

Walk Manager (Troy)
This position is responsible for the implementation, coordination, and management of cost-effective Walk events through building a robust volunteer base of community leaders, corporate partners, and victim survivors to raise awareness and meet financial goals.The majority of performance is based on volunteer management and development, event production and aggressive revenue generation.


Achieve corporate and individual Walk revenue goals, from one or more events, totaling a minimum of $100,000 to 150,000 in year 1, $200,000 to 250,000 in year 2 and $300,000 to 350,000 in year 3, with sustained growth in following years, while managing within an expense budget of 15-20%.
Build, sustain, support and manage an effective volunteer base to achieve event revenue goals and enhance public awareness.

Min. 3 years experience in walk and/or participation event fundraising with demonstrated skill set in asking people to contribute time and money.
Self-starter with drive and proven history of reaching/exceeding revenue goals
Strong volunteer recruitment, training and management experience
Working experience in Blackbaud software systems and Microsoft Office Suite
Reliable transportation and valid state driver’s license. Must be able to travel up to 50%.
Interested Candidates should forward resumes to the following email address:

MADD offers a competitive salary and exceptional benefits + business casual environment.

Fund Development and Events Manager (Northville)

New Hope Center for Grief Support’s mission is to offer grief support and education to adults and children who are grieving after the death of a loved one.

The Fund Development and Events Manager is responsible for supporting the Board and Executive Director in attaining New Hope’s fund raising goals. This is a part-time position with opportunity to grow into full time.


The Fund Development Manager is responsible for:

Implementing the overall financial resource development plan for New Hope along with the Board, Executive Director and volunteers
Identifying and developing new revenue opportunities to support the budget including program expansion
Soliciting business sponsors to underwrite New Hopes programs and other expenses
Managing New Hope events, including volunteer engagement and support
Overseeing the development and maintenance of a data base that documents and tracks ongoing fund raising activities
Supporting grant writing
Supporting annual appeals and individual donor engagement
Other duties as required

Christian faith
Bachelor’s degree
2 – 5 years of non-profit experience
Track record of fund raising success
Strong communication skills including public speaking and writing sample required)
Computer skills, including Microsoft Office and database management
Team player/collaborative
Action oriented
Personal experience with grief and loss preferred.
To apply, please send your resume and a writing sample 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.

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.

Must have an LMSW, LLP or LPC certification.
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:

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Outreach and Advocacy Manager (Lansing)
The Food Bank Council of Michigan (FBCM) -, a statewide non-profit organization, seeks a full-time Outreach and Advocacy Manager to perform anti-hunger program management and advocacy work on behalf of the FBCM. FBCM is committed to the alleviation of hunger and gathers food and funds to help stock Michigan's food banks.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree public policy, social sciences, public administration or related field, with previous experience working with Michigan’s food bank network and with the operation and administration of federal food programs in Michigan. Candidates must possess excellent analytical skills regarding social and anti-hunger policy issues, legislation and program development; excellent verbal and written communication skills; the ability to manage grant-funded project work and the ability to work with diverse communities in a self-directed manner. This position does require a valid driver’s license and the use of a personal vehicle to travel in-state up to 50% of the time.
To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Deadline June 30, 2014. For more information about the opportunity, please visit:

Preschool Lead Teacher (Eastpointe)
Lead Teacher (Preschool and Pre-K)
Job Type : Part-Time

High school diploma/ GED with a minimum of 12 Semester hours in Early Childhood Education and/or 18 CEUs.
2 year of experience working with young toddlers.
Preference: Associate degree in Early Childhood Studies

The Lead instructor is responsible for the supervision and management of the entire classroom assigned.
Create developmentally age appropriate lesson plans to address all areas of development
Maintain a creative fun environment inviting to children, introducing new songs, materials and ideas each week.
Complete assessments and create portfolios to assist with individual planning as well.
Maintain positive professional attitude showing ability to work with staff, parents and volunteers.
Maintain clean, neat and attractive classroom, free of clutter.
Tending to the needs of each child physical and emotional needs.
Attend all training opportunities and staff meetings as provided and scheduled.
Performs custodian duties and any other tasks deemed necessary by the Program Director
Please submit cover letter and resume to

School-Based Mentoring Program Site Supervisor (Great Lakes Bay Region)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Great Lakes Bay Region is seeking a part time (27 hours per week) Site Supervisor for its School-Based Mentoring program Teaming Up with YOUth. This position is responsible for working with a minimum of four elementary schools in the Great Lakes Bay Region of Midland, Bay, Saginaw and Isabella Counties. Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in education or a human services field; Strong interpersonal and communication skills; Microsoft Office computer skills as well as internet skills; good judgment and the ability to work as part of a team. Must pass a background check including a driving record and fingerprinting. Please send cover letter and resume to: No phone calls please.

Executive Director (Lansing)
Food Bank Council of Michigan(FBCM)is seeking an Executive Director. FBCM is a 501 (C)(3)organization committed to the alleviation of hunger in Michigan and serves its member food banks throughout Michigan.

The Executive Director is responsible for fulfilling the mission of FBCM which is to strategically position FBCM and its member organizations to provide food to their communities and to create and influence policies, programs,and advocacy for ending hunger in Michigan. It receives public and private funding from state agencies and private foundations to support food sourcing and transportation of food throughout the state and for advocacy efforts. It works closely with the State legislature and State administrators.

The Executive Director leads a staff of 4 to 6 individuals in the implementation of policies and annual objectives set by the Board of Trustees and oversees the financial, program and administrative management of the organization. Guidance and direction is provided by the chairman of the Board, the Board and its Executive Committee.

A job description and qualification requirements and additional information about the organization can be found at

Compensation packages includes salary commensurate with qualifications and experience and an excellent benefit program.

Applicants are requested to send a resume and cover letter and at least four professional references via email to and by postal mail to Food Bank Council of Michigan, 330 Marshall Street, Suite 102, Lansing, MI 48912.

Applications MUST be received by June 30, 2014. EOE.

Recruitment Services Specialist (Port Huron)
The Recruitment Services Specialist is responsible for initiating and pursuing communications strategies and protocols needed to convert prospective members (leads) to registered members. She/he is responsible for securing increased girl and adult volunteer participation as well as the community partnerships needed to implement Girl Scouting within an assigned area via inbound and outbound contacts.

The Recruitment Services Specialist also serves as the first point of contact for inquiries via phone and email. The incumbent is responsible for providing the highest level of customer service to all members/customers, both external and internal.

Assists in achieving the council’s corporate goals for girl and adult membership through implementing membership strategies in assigned areas.
Utilizes Girl Scouts Salesforce customer relationship management system to support pursuance of leads throughout the recruitment process for completion to close status.
Supports external recruitment efforts and is able to finalize membership enrollment leads. Follows up on new leads and referrals resulting from field activity in a timely fashion.
Supports implementation of membership recruiting marketing strategies outlined in the council’s strategic plan, annual business plan and/or other council goals primarily through phone and written methods. Recruitment Services Specialist initiates and follows-up with contacts of prospective members and community partners.
Prepares action plans and schedules to identify specific targets and to project the number of contacts to be made in order to meet membership goal. Prepares a variety of status reports.
Bachelors degree, or equivalent in business Send resume to

Director, Finance (Detroit)
Oversee the organization, management and leadership of the agency’s fiscal operations with an emphasis on policy, practice, talent development, customer service and internal control.

Work closely, collaboratively and supportively with the Leadership, Management and Systems Integration Teams to model agency core values, develop strategic responses to organizational priorities and challenges and contribute to achievement of individual, team and agency goals
Maintain all official accounting records in conformance with management accounting best-practice and generally accepted accounting principles.
In conjunction with the CFO, provide fiscal structure, analysis and reporting services to relevant customers that proactively inform, guide and support organizational goals and operations.
Coordinate preparation of all regulatory and governmental reports including, but not limited to: Agency financial statement audit, Form 990, Michigan Corporate Annual Report, agency retirement plan audit and related 5500’s, Census Reports, MIOSHA, Quarterly 941’s, Annual W2 and 1099’s.
Supervise and maintain the agency’s accounts payable, billing and payroll operations to ensure accurate and timely processing of all transactions, with particular emphasis on employees’ pay, deductions and benefit transactions.
Participate with the Chief Financial Officer in providing key financial deliverables, including but not limited to banking, borrowing, investing, preparation of the annual budget and periodic recurring reports to the board and relevant committees.
Actively engage in professional development to enhance competence, remain current in the area of finance and nonprofit fiscal best practice, and foster a sense of personal growth and satisfaction in the role of Director - Finance.

Social Worker/Therapist (Detroit)
Positive Images, Inc., located in Detroit, MI is a licensed substance abuse treatment program. Our services include traditional and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, residential treatment and a Maternal Infant Health Program. Positive Images is seeking a therapist with a LMSW and a CAADC.

We have an exciting opportunity for a therapist, LMSW, CAADC to join our team of talented professionals. This individual should have at least three years subsequent experience working with adults in a mental health - substance abuse - human services facility and must be a licensed/certified professional in the State of Michigan. We offer our employees a competitive salary, a paid time off package and health benefits.
If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to

Executive Director (Grosse Pointe Farms)
Services for Older Citizens (SOC) seeks an Executive Director. SOC operates the senior center serving the Grosse Pointes and Harper Woods, develops and coordinates activities and assistance programs for seniors, manages a successful Meals on Wheels program and operates PAATS, the assisted transportation network for the Grosse Pointes and Harper Woods.

The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, a commitment to SOC’s mission of helping seniors maintain their lives in independence and dignity, and demonstrated experience in managing a non-profit organization, including:

Organizing volunteers
Managing and developing employees
Developing and leading fundraising, grant writing and other development activities
Government compliance
Strategic planning
Proficiency in office productivity software, including Microsoft Office applications
The Executive Director is the chief administrative officer of SOC and reports to the Board of Trustees. The Executive Director is expected to be active in the community, including serving on other non-profit boards.

Bachelor’s degree required; post-graduate (Masters or Doctorate) degree is desirable; a minimum of five years non-profit experience. Salary is negotiable depending on qualifications. Email resume, salary requirements and references to William Champion, SOC President at Application deadline: July 7, 2014.

Associate Executive Director (Detroit)
Position is for a sixty-bed substance abuse facility for chemically addicted adult males. The current ED is in the planning stages of retirement and this position is to groom the Associate to take over.

She/he will be in charge of a staff insuring the quality and appropriateness of care delivered to clients, plus compliance with all applicable policies and procedures, state licensing regulations, and federal and state standards. He/she is responsible for enacting the mission and philosophy of the facility and for ensuring the fiscal viability of the program. The ideal candidate will have at least a Bachelor's (Masters Degree preferred) in business, social work, substance abuse or the like. She/he will have five years experience in this or a comparable field, have good, clear communication skills, be strong in financial basics (including payroll),and have a thorough understanding of the mindset of the adult male who is chemically addicted.

Send inquiries and/or resume to: Human Resource Manager, P.O. Box 8160, Detroit, MI 48208

Manager, Grants and Development (Ann Arbor)
The Grants and Development Manager position is responsible for designing, writing and managing the grants process for Washtenaw Intermediate School District for federal, state, corporate and foundation funding, working collaboratively with internal and external partners. The Manager is also responsible for providing technical assistance and support to internal departments, as well as local constituent districts as requested.


Minimum of an earned Bachelor’s degree required.
Demonstrated successful grant experience required via portfolio; three (3) to five (5) years of experience preferred.
Knowledge of public and private local, state, national and federal funding sources and the systems related to them.
Ability to write logically, clearly, and persuasively.
Ability to engage a variety of community partners and build effective internal and external relationships.
Skills and desire to work in a collaborative team with others.
Knowledge and awareness of community agencies, funding sources, and services.
Attention to detail and excellent follow-through required
Visit our WISD webpage at

Click on the link at the top of the page title “Employment”, on the right hand side click on the link titled “WISD Job Opportunities”, in the middle of the page select the link titled “View WISD Job Postings” this will take you to our online application process.

Donor Relations Officer (Detroit)
The Donor Relations Officer will oversee all aspects of donor relations, including gift acknowledgement and matters such as donor recognition, events and stewardship. The position is responsible for the acknowledgement and recognition of all contributions to the Detroit Institute of Arts in an accurate, timely and meaningful way. The officer will create, review and update standardized letters for certain categories of gifts, and determine when highly personalized acknowledgement or other communications should be created. The officer will also create letters and scripts as needed and appropriate for high level staff and volunteers. The officer will create and manage donor events, including an annual donor recognition event, and other events initiated by department colleagues or volunteer solicitors. The officer will manage aspects of donor stewardship and reporting to donors based on level and types of gifts.

To view a complete job description and to apply, please visit

Postings are not updated on a daily basis and may be modified and/or removed without notice. No phone calls please.

The Detroit Institute of Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer

President & CEO (Ann Arbor)
In 2013 the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation celebrated its 50th Anniversary and awarded a record $3.4 million in grants and scholarships, while receiving over $6.3 million in new gifts from more than 1,600 donors.

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the President & CEO is responsible for directing the overall program and administrative activities of the Community Foundation and for the effective use of its financial and human resources.

This person must possess a strong interest and background in civic involvement and community leadership. A track record of success in board relations and a desire to actively engage board members in the work of the organization are necessary. Working effectively with community stakeholders, including elected officials, governmental leaders and the business sector will also require this person to be able to balance often competing priorities through win-win negotiating strategies.

Career experience in a top leadership position in a community foundation or other grantmaking foundation is preferable and an understanding of the community foundation financial model is desired. Knowledge of the Ann Arbor area is strongly preferred.

Applications and nominations are being received by Kittleman. To apply, please send a current resume and letter of interest to For more information about the opportunity, please visit To learn more about the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, please visit

Communications Associate (Detroit)
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is hiring for a Communications Associate--New Economy Initiative, to support development and implementation of marketing, public relations and communications tools to advance NEI strategies and activities. The Associate is responsible for building a positive image of NEI through a comprehensive strategic communications program including publications, media and public relations, marketing and events. This is a 3 year position. Responsibilities: Assist in development of media relations plan for timing and messaging; Prepare talking points/presentations; write press releases, infographics, Website, blogs, ghosted Op-Eds, etc.; Manage all logistics for meetings, media events, special events, etc. Work with Project manager to integrate communications in all planning for NEI contest; Increase NEI presence and brand in the social media digital space; oversee social media strategy; Assist in the planning and coordination of NEI advisory groups, steering committees, volunteers, and funders. Assist in the development of content for NEI publications and web-based information.

Skills/Qualifications: Bachelors degree in English, Communications, Public Relations, Journalism or related field; 4-6 years experience with writing, proofreading and copyediting skills; Experience developing creative approaches using Internet to disseminate information; Proven ability to manage complex projects in collaboration with multiple points of contact, including staff, consultants and external vendors; Ability to work effectively on multiple projects with multiple deadlines; Substantial knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, InDesign and Html.

E-mail cover letter and resume to Diana Greig ( E-mails will be acknowledged. Only applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Director of Program Outcomes (Detroit)
The Director of Program Outcomes works closely with the Executive Director and is responsible for supporting the Reading Works Impact Partners in the implementation of the Reading Works Strategic Plan. In addition, the Director will assist with identifying and recruiting new Impact Partners as indicated in the Plan; tracking and reporting the progress of the Plan through the Reading Works Community Database (RWCDB); and general assistance with Reading Works operations.

This is a full-time non-exempt position and reports to the Executive Director. Qualifications include:

College Degree
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Apps for Business
Strong writing and communications skills
Strong customer-service skills
Experience or education in the field of literacy desired
Previous non-profit management experience desired, particularly in human services
Ability to travel within the metro Detroit region
To apply, please send your resume with cover letter to Reading Works, 615 W. Lafayette, Detroit, MI 48226 or email it to

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