Friday, September 26, 2014

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - September 26, 2014

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

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Director of Development (Flint)
The Director of Development fosters a culture of philanthropy within the organization and is responsible for implementing a comprehensive and integrated fundraising program that develops individual and corporate contributed income sources, with an emphasis on donor cultivation, annual fund, capital, endowment, and planned giving. The Director of Development models a professional and positive image and attitude regarding the the Flint Children’s Museum (FCM) and the audience it serve, and promotes the FCM mission to inspire a lifelong love for learning through the power of play. The Director of Development will also serve as liaison to the Board of Directors’ Fund Development Committee in its special event and fundraiser activities.

To apply for this position, cover letters, resumes, and references should be submitted to

Project Manager - Construction - Part Time (Pontiac)
The project manager (PM) is responsible for overall project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, project accounting, while providing technical direction and ensuring compliance with quality standards. The PM responsibilities cover all areas of project management - Project Planning, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Contract Administration, and Safety Management.

This is a part-time position and must work 29 hours per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.


Charting project objectives, setting performance requirements, and selecting project participants
Bringing about optimum utilization of resources- labor, materials and equipment
Oversee construction projects and ensure build schedule goals are met
Project accounting functions, managing the budget, tracking expenses and minimizing risk.
Devise the project work plans
Coordinate efforts of all parties involved in the project, which include the site supervisors, liaisons, architects, engineers, volunteers, and sub-contractors
Monitor progress of construction activities

Four-year Bachelor's degree in construction management, business management, engineering, or architecture preferred
A Residential Builders’ License and/or a postgraduate degree in construction management are an advantage
Minimum 3yrs experience in construction projects
Qualitative Attributes:

Ability to plan and organize a team effort
Capacity to motivate, lead and boost morale of the teams
Effective time management and logical decision-making ability
Strong focus on quality
This position description may change from time to time in support of the Habitat mission.

To apply, please e-mail your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Scott Milliken at

Fundraising Coordinator (Benzonia)
Benzie Area Christian Neighbors
Fulltime, exempt

The Fundraising Coordinator, reports to the Executive Director of the second largest food pantry and social services provider in lower Northern Michigan, and coordinates all fund raising efforts with individual, foundations and corporations. Current target is $450000/year.

The Fundraising Coordinator, in partnership with the Executive Director and a volunteer committee, conducts fund raising campaigns, maintains a planned giving program and writes grants, as well as. maintains donor data base and other records.


Develop relationships and secure financial support from individual, foundations and corporations to meet operating budget goals
Develop and execute an annual fund raising plan
Develop proposals and grant applications
Manage and oversee annual giving campaign and planned giving program
Analyze fund raising patterns and prepare reports
Maintain Gift Works donor data base
Work with Revenue Development Committee of the Board
Train and lead volunteers in fund raising

Minimum five years of fund raising experience
College degree
Exceptional personal and verbal skills
Ability to write clearly and persuasively
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suites
Willingness to participate in the Grand Traverse Area Fund Raising Professionals
Must possess a valid Michigan drivers license and evidence of insurability
Must successfully complete a credit and a criminal background check

Salary $32.0 to $35.8
Two weeks paid vacation
Nine paid holidays

Administrative Assistant (Lansing)
Administrative Assistant Position

The role of the administrative assistant is to ensure efficient and timely operations of the office to support and enhance the work of the organization. The administrative assistant will work under the supervision of the executive director or the designated supervisors appointed by the executive director.

Admin support functions include
Office support(phone, voice-mail, fax, e-mail, website, office supply ordering ensuring the organization and office equipment is in good working order, preparation of mail outs including correspondence, thank you notes & tax forms) -Development of office systems and protocols including maintaining and updating the data base -Support the work of the Board of Directors with meeting reminders, agenda preparation, location set-up, food, and preparation of educational and outreach items for the meeting, sign up lists and minutes -Maintain the electronic communications network for the organization and send out regular notices -Support the program work of the organization -Carry out other specific projects as determined by the executive director

Minimum of 2 years demonstrated experience in office administration -Excellent computer skills in word processing, database management, webpage posting and electronic communication software, spoken and written communication skills,Strong ability to organize,Manage multiple tasks and prioritize Excellent team work skills

Requires proficiency in reporting, administrative w, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Publisher, WordPress, social media communications

Experience in non-profit, association or state government work settings is encouraged

Working conditions
The position requires 25 hours/week and is located in Lansing, MI

Interested applicants may submit their documents to

Executive Director (Douglas)

About WBPRA: The Wishbone Pet Rescue Alliance (WBPRA), is a private, non-profit community focus organization dedicated to finding homes and providing care for homeless animals in Allegan County. WBPRA offers a wide range of programs for Allegan County residents in need of help with their pets as well as homeless pets in Allegan County, through the County Animal Shelter.


The Executive Director provides professional leadership to the WBPRA, and is responsible for the implementation of WBPRA’s mission through programs, fundraising, board, volunteer and staff development. The Executive Director is responsible for events throughout the year. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board President.


Identify and implement creative strategies to meet fundraising goals through special events, corporate underwriting, grants and funder retention.
Relationship building for funding with grants, sponsors and corporate donors.
Review and improve retail sales for Thrift Store

Manage overall organization annual budget. Work with bookkeeping staff for payroll and accounts payable needs.
Manage donor base for fund development.
Community outreach
Social media management

Please submit a resume with specified qualifications for this position to (President of Wishbone Pet Rescue Alliance)

Marketing & Communications Coordinator (Lansing)
Michigan Audubon is seeking an experienced Marketing and Communications Coordinator to oversee all outgoing communications of the organization and to actively promote the organization through a wide variety of media. The Coordinator serves as liaison with partner organizations and agencies, with responsibility for application and interpretation of Michigan Audubon’s ends policies and strategic direction; and shares with all office staff responsibility for general administration and office management. The Coordinator is responsible for recruiting and supervising marketing interns.

For a full position description, please visit:

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to with "Marketing and Communications Coordinator" in the subject line.

Non-Profit Manager of Member Programs (Lansing)
A Lansing based, statewide non-profit association is conducting a confidential search for a Manager of Member Programs. This is a full-time position available immediately.
Primary Duties:

Manage delivery of overall programs in accordance with the mission and goals of organization.
Coordination of logistics related to delivery of programs
Builds and maintains partnerships with community, state and national service partners.
Ability to negotiate purchases and services for projects.
Program management to include forecasting, budgeting and reporting
Oversee grant management but does not include grant writing.

Bachelor’s Degree in a related field preferred with at least 3 years non-profit program management experience. Equivalent education and experience will also be considered.
Must possess excellent communication skills including ability to present self in a tactful and professional manner.
Experience working collaboratively with diverse groups.
Requires proficiency in Microsoft Excel
Must possess high priority for quality customer service
Position requires a valid driver’s license and the use of a personal vehicle to travel in-state.
Association offers a competitive compensation package including benefits. To express your interest in this position, please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Deadline to submit application is September 30, 2014.
We are an equal opportunity employer.

Communications Manager (Lansing)
The Communications Manager reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for managing all marketing and promotion functions of the Michigan Humanities Council. These functions include publicity outreach, website and social media updates, and coordination of print and digital publications. The Communications Manager works with all staff members to effectively promote each program of the Council and identifies regular opportunities to help strengthen the Council's image across statewide audiences. In addition to these roles, the Communications Manager also serves as the database coordinator and assists in program events as needed.

For a full position description, please visit:

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Journalism, English or similar field.
Experience with publication management and excellent time-management skills.
Experience disseminating press releases and speaking with members of the press.
Demonstrated written and oral communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative team environment.
Proficiency with Adobe Design Suite software and Microsoft Office.
Starting salary will be commensurate with education and experience. Employee benefits include cafeteria plan w/flexible spending account, disability insurances, life insurance, and 401(k) deferred compensation plan, sick leave, vacation time, and opportunities for professional development.

Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, two writing samples, and list of three professional references to The position will remain open until filled.

Human Resources - Part Time (Plymouth)
Human Resources Part Time Position

Individual needed by rapidly growing financial services firm specializing in non-profit companies. Will be responsible for all strategic and tactical HR functions including employee relations, recruitment, retention, compliance, benefit administration, performance management, compensation and training.

Specific responsibilities include:

Counsel, advise, and support senior leadership in decision making as strategic business partner.
Lead processes to identify, attract, reward, and retain workforce.
Continually assess competitiveness of programs and practices.
Administer and responsible for all aspects of benefit programs.
Create, update, and maintain job descriptions.
Manage performance appraisal process including training managers, reviewing documents and ensuring delivery.
Manage recruiting efforts including building a pipeline of candidates for open positions.
Prepare employment agreements and hold new hire orientations
Create, update, and enforce all Human Resources policies and processes.
Evaluate and advise on impact of long range planning of new programs/strategies and regulatory action as they impact the attraction, motivation, development and retention of the human capital of corporation
Continue improving the Human Resource programs, policies, practices and processes associated with meeting strategic and operational issues of organization.
As needed, lead investigations and find resolution of employee relations issues, anticipate problems whenever possible; develop, recommend, and initiate appropriate steps for resolution.

Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources
10+ years experience in Human Resources including benefit administration, 401k, performance management, training, compensation and employee relations
PHR or SPHR preferred
If interested email :

Controller (Plymouth)

Financial services firm is seeking an experienced Controller to join their team. The Controller is responsible for directing the work of assigned accounting staff, summarizing and interpreting client financial data for use by management, clients, and funding authorities, as well as, developing workpapers, and protecting clients assets.

Responsibilities include:

Review of monthly financial reports, open accounts receivables and other periodic financial reports.
Provide summarized, key information to the client on current activity.
Review of support staff’s workpapers, including preparation of review notes .
Budget preparation, including meetings with client.
Insurance policy review.
Pension plan review and reconciliation, if applicable.
Serve as primary contact with clients and outside agencies.
Manage annual audit.
Prepare communications to payroll tax authorities.
Prepare federal tax form 990 and 5500, if applicable.
Prepare all other external financial reporting requirements related to tax-exempt organizations.
Prepare financial statements and the supporting disclosure notes.
Prepare special project assignments per management’s direction.
Requirements include:

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting with CPA and/or MBA preferred.
3+ years not-for-profit experience preferred.
Experienced in workpaper preparation and general ledger management.
Experience with budgeting, financial analysis, monthly reporting, financial statement preparation and audit coordination.
Experience managing people at all levels required.
Strong computer and organizational skills, proficient with Microsoft Office and accounting software.
If interested email

Accountant (Plymouth)

Financial services firm in western suburbs is seeking an experienced Accountant to join their team. Accountant is responsible for reviewing the work of the accounting support personnel, maintaining the general ledger (including accruals), and preparing supporting workpapers.

Responsibilities Include:

Provide timely updates to Controller of all pertinent information.
Provide budgeting support.
Review accounts payable, payroll and accounts receivable accounting detail.
Review accounting support staff’s workpapers.
Prepare workpapers outside the accounts receivable, banking and payroll functions.
Prepare client billings, when not performed by Accounts Receivable support staff.
Prepare bank reconciliations, when not performed by Banking support staff.
Prepare the monthly Income Statement, including notes.
Review and prepare various Payroll Reports and supporting documentation.
Be available to client staff as the primary staff contact.
Assist with audit preparation with support staff and client staff.
Prepare supporting documentation for various reports where needed.
Prepare federal tax form 990, if not prepared by Controller, including supporting documentation.
Prepare the financial statements exclusive of the supporting disclosure notes.
Prepare special project assignments per Controller/Management’s direction.
Job Requirements and Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
5 years accounting experience.
Experienced in workpaper preparation and general ledger management.
Experience with monthly reporting.
Strong computer skills, proficient with Microsoft Office and accounting software.
Must be able to handle multiple projects.
If interested email

Arbor Hospice Interim Director of Major and Planned Gifts (Ann Arbor)
This interim, 32-hour a week position will collaborate with the CEO, Director of Development, Campaign Director, and campaign counsel to quickly assess the needs of Arbor Hospice in moving forward with its comprehensive capital campaign. The candidate should:
-provide a confident, credible professional presence for the campaign to assist staff, volunteers, prospects, and donors to bolster their confidence in Arbor Hospice’s transitions, especially as they impact the campaign.
-determine immediate next steps to meet prospect, donor, and volunteer leader commitments pending for the campaign.
-Plan, organize, and implement next steps for other prospects, donors, and volunteer leaders through the end of calendar 2014 and the early part of calendar 2015. Ensure consistent and appropriate contact with prospects to keep moving toward a successful solicitation and long-term involvement with Arbor Hospice.
-communicate in various ways (personal visits, telephone, groups, email, and so on) with campaign volunteer leadership to keep them informed and involved and to engage their active assistance in cultivating and soliciting campaign gifts.
-develop a highly credible profile and message of Arbor Hospice during the organization’s transitions, especially as it relates to the campaign.
-lead prospect identification, rating, and review with staff and volunteer leaders, both individually and in groups. This includes individuals, family foundations, private foundations, community foundations, corporations, businesses, and organizations. Solicitations are focused on current major gifts, structured planned gifts, or combination major and planned gifts.

For a complete job description and to apply, visit

Campaign Director (Ann Arbor)
ARBOR HOSPICE is seeking an experienced development professional to:
-Work with the CEO, Director of Development, Director of Major and Planned Gifts, other staff, and campaign counsel to assess the needs of Arbor Hospice in moving forward with its comprehensive capital campaign.
-Provide a confident, credible professional presence for the campaign to assist staff, volunteers, prospects, and donors to bolster their confidence in Arbor Hospice’s transitions, especially as they impact the campaign.
-Determine immediate next steps to meet prospect, donor, and volunteer leader commitments pending for the campaign.
-Plan, organize, and implement next steps for other prospects, donors, and volunteer leaders.
-Develop an ongoing campaign calendar.
-Communicate in various ways (personal visits, telephone, groups, email, and so on) with campaign volunteer leadership to keep them informed and involved and to engage their active assistance in cultivating and soliciting campaign gifts.
-Lead prospect identification, rating, and review with staff and volunteer leaders, both individually and in groups. This includes individuals, family foundations, private foundations, community foundations, corporations, businesses, and organizations. Solicitations are focused on current major gifts, structured planned gifts, or combination major and planned gifts.
-Prepare solicitors and, in some cases, personally solicit gifts that have been cultivated and are ready for solicitation, in tandem with the CEO, other staff, and volunteer leaders.
-Prepare research and strategy briefings for cultivation and solicitation.
-Revise the campaign donor recognition plan, as a way to attract gifts.

For a complete job description and to apply, visit

Coordinator-Workforce Developer (Southgate)
As a recognized leader in our field, The Guidance Center provides a broad range of services that have helped children, adults and families unlock potential and build better lives for more than 50 years. With over 40 programs, we offer treatment, prevention, growth and education services to more than 26,200 people annually.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Workforce Development Coordinator to join our team of talented professionals.

To qualify for this position, you will need:

Must have a minimum of a Master’s degree in Social Work or related field
Must possess a full professional licensure in the State of Michigan.
Five years of direct practice service delivery with SED children, youth and families in a community mental health setting is required.
Three years of administrative experience in Training and/or Workforce Development is preferred.
Three years of administrative and clinical supervisory experience in a community mental health setting including oversight of evidence based/informed practices is preferred
A current, valid driver’s license with favorable driving record is required.
*Will be required to obtain Chauffeur’s license within 60 days of hire.
Work is usually performed in an office setting, but requires the employee to drive to different sites throughout Wayne County and the State of Michigan.

If you are interested in becoming part of our world-class team, please submit your resume on-line at : or

The Guidance Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Development Manager (Detroit)
Playworks Michigan is looking for a highly qualified non-profit professional with a minimum of 5 years fundraising experience. Salary range low to mid $50k. Please visit our website to apply

Executive Director (Muskegon)
Purpose: The role of the Executive Director of Disability Connection/West Michigan is to oversee and implement the strategy of the organization on behalf of the Board of Directors. The Executive Director assumes responsibility and accountability for overall strategy implementation. He/she is responsible for assuring programs and services align with the mission and strategy of DCWM. The Executive Director is also responsible for maintaining and establishing relationships with community partners and being a strong advocate for people with disabilities.

Qualifications required: (education, experience, physical requirements). Please attach updated Job Description.

Minimum: bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Psychology, or a related field required or related experience. Master’s degree preferred.
a. Five years administrative management and supervisory experience preferred. Demonstrates an ability to supervise and direct professional and administrative personnel.
b. Ability to deal tactfully with the community on sensitive issues.
c. Experience with managing an organization.
d. Understands the services provided to consumers and their families through an interdisciplinary team.

Other special requirements: Strategic and systems approach, partnering and advocacy, planning

To Apply:
Send cover letter and resume to:
Disability Connection / West Michigan
27 E. Clay Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49442
Or email

Administrative Assistant (Okemos)
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. 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: October 15, 2014
Child and Family Services of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No phone calls please.

Development Officer (Flint)
The Whiting is looking for a Development Officer; the general description of the position is as follows:
The Development Officer, with the Executive Director, is responsible for cultivating and securing charitable gifts and sponsorships in support of The Whiting. The Development Officer’s fundraising efforts will enhance programmatic and operational development for The Whiting and support the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors and sponsors. The Development Officer will embrace and effectively articulate the organization’s mission and vision.

This person will display strong verbal, written, and organizational skills; demonstrate self-motivation and creativity; be detail-oriented; and have the ability to work with a diverse group of people. The ideal candidate must have the ability to match the needs of the organization with the donors/sponsors motivation for giving.

For additional information, visit To apply, please email resume with cover letter to

CEO (Pontiac)
Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director

Oakland Primary Health Services Inc. (OPHS) is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to oversee current operations and future growth.
OPHS seeks a leader who can inspire, motivate, develop followership, achieve results and manage the organization. The right CEO candidate is a highly effective leader with strong clinical credibility, having held leadership roles in a community health environment. He or she will have worked effectively with clinicians, as well as have a clear understanding of the impact quality patient care and clinical outcomes have on daily operations and the overall success of an organization. Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills are essential for success in this role.
To apply, please submit cover letter and resume online to or by mail to:

Anthony King, Chief Executive Officer
The Wellness Plan
7700 Second Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48202

Program Officer - Social Innovation (Detroit)
The Skillman Foundation, located in Detroit, MI, is committed to improving the lives of Detroit Children. The Foundation is organized to help create pathways for Detroit children to graduate from high school, and to be prepared for college, career, and life. We believe that when Detroit children thrive, Detroit thrives.

The Foundation is seeking a Program Officer to execute and manage the launch, implementation and growth of Skillman’s Social Innovation work. In partnership with VP, Social Innovation, this position is also responsible for helping to develop and coordinate all fundraising and development activities that support the work the Detroit Children’s Fund and our program strategy areas. This position will design and implement a comprehensive plan for developing key external alliances by cultivating individual and philanthropic support.

A complete job description can be viewed at: This position is a full-time salaried position. The Skillman Foundation offers competitive salary offerings and excellent benefits. If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to No phone calls please. Responses to this job posting are requested by October 17, 2014.

Office Space for Rent (Okemos)
Affordable, Professional Office Suites Available-Okemos, MI

Conveniently located off of I-96, Okemos Road exit. Private Office Suites available in a quiet office building.
Rent includes utilities, building maintenance, and furnishings (phone and internet are tenant’s responsibility).
We also offer a fully equipped large and small conference room, waiting area, kitchenette with break room, and ample parking. One year lease terms furnished/unfurnished starting at $425/month.
Call us today and schedule a tour! (517) 349-6226 or email Clara Bauman at

Chief Program and Strategy Officer (Troy)
Created in 2006 by William Davidson, the mission of the William Davidson Foundation is to honor its founder’s memory and to continue his philosophy of giving. The Foundation is committed to efforts to preserve and enhance Jewish life in the United States and abroad and also funds efforts to improve the economic prosperity of its home community in southeastern Michigan in order to make the region an even more desirable place to work and live. The Foundation has assets of over $800 million and will make upwards of $50 million in investments in 2014.

The Chief Program and Strategy Officer will report to the Foundation’s President and Chair of the Grants Committee. The Executive Committee of the seven-member family board will conduct an annual performance review. This is a full-time position located in Troy, Michigan.

For a complete job description please visit:

Family Liaison/Recruiter - AmeriCorps Position (Pontiac)
Duration: Full Term
Hours per Week: Approximately 36hrs/wk
Travel: Moderate

a. AmeriCorps Members will receive a living stipend of $12,100, paid bi-monthly throughout the member’s term
b. AmeriCorps members receive an Educational Award at the end of the term of $5,645.
c. Full-time members are eligible for health insurance and qualify for federal benefits, including child care.
d. The term of service is from October 15th, 2014 to September 15th, 2015.

As a member of the Family Relationships Department the Family Liaison/Recruiter will work collaboratively as a team to manage the intake and application process.

Core Responsibilities:
1. The Family Liaison/Recruiter is responsible for forming and maintaining relationships with Habitat Partner Families.
2. In conjunction with the Family Relationships Department, the FRL/R is responsible for providing qualified applicants for Habitat programs.
3. The FL/R will be responsible for managing incoming applications and processing those that meet set qualifications.
4. The FL/R will monitor Partner Family progress and ensure all program requirements are completed prior to closing on the home.
5. The FL/R is required to work collaboratively with the community and local agencies as well as attend recruiting events for partner family referrals.
6. The FL/R is responsible to maintain organized family homeowner financial, legal and correspondence files.
7. The FL/R will be responsible for any other responsibilities which may be assigned by the Director or Executive director in pursuit of the Habitat mission.

To apply please send your cover letter and resume to

Membership Services Representative (Lansing)
Administrative support for membership retention and recruitment activities. This position provides clerical, administrative and substantive support with a focus on positive membership service experience and office management.

For more information, please visit; Services Representative.pdf

Accounting Assistant (Lansing)
Responsible for providing support to accounting supervisors. Keys daily cash receipts, ensures files are complete and maintained as needed, handles accounts payable duties, maintains and reconciles inventory and assists accounting and membership personnel.

For more information please visit; Assistant.pdf

Vice President of Policy & Operations (Lansing)
The successful candidate will provide leadership and coordination of association financial planning, debt financing, and budget management functions and ensure company accounting procedures and reporting conform to auditor recommendations.

The successful candidate will also provide leadership and coordination of association advocacy strategies, policy agenda and utilize information in shaping policy and advocacy messages.

For more information, please visit; President of Policy and Operations Job Description.pdf

Education Program Manager (Lansing)
The Historical Society of Michigan (HSM) seeks a qualified individual to serve as Education Program Manager.

The position is responsible for managing our educational programs, the largest of which is Michigan History Day. The successful candidate, working with the Education Outreach Director, will oversee and execute operations and logistics for the Michigan History Day program (National History Day in Michigan), be part of a team developing educational efforts for local historical organizations, work with our Diversity Outreach Coordinator to recruit more people of color to our programs, and perform other duties as assigned.

Responsibilities include providing overall leadership to HSM’s flagship educational program and be State Coordinator of Michigan History Day; build and maintain relationships with individual schools and school districts; lead outreach to new schools; work with the Education Outreach Director to help plan and execute the Society’s educational programs, workshops, and outreach to local historical organizations; and assist in the redevelopment of HSM’s Mulling Over Michigan educators conference.

Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in education, history, or other humanities discipline; 3-5 years professional experience in education and/or events management; knowledge of the teaching profession and effective teaching strategies; and experience in presenting programs and training sessions.

For a full position description, visit Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. We encourage applications from underrepresented groups, including minorities, women, and people with disabilities. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to

Fund Development Team Leader (Jackson or Lansing)
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is seeking a full-time, exempt Fund Development Team Leader to be located in either our Jackson or Lansing Regional Center.

Position reports to Chief Development Officer.

Travel up to 75%.

For full job description and instructions on how to apply please visit

Position Summary:
The Fund Development Team Leader will develop and implement cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies, to ensure a successful achievement of development goals . Will provide leadership to Fund Development team across five regional centers located in Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Saginaw and Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor.

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a related field Three to five years of management and fund development experience

Medical, Dental, Vision
Flexible Spending Account
Paid Holidays

Chief Operating Officer (Ann Arbor)
The Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation seeks a Chief Operating Officer. The Chief Operating Officer role is a full time position that manages AAACF’s financial activities and general operations, acts as the in-house expert on all technology-related activities, and serves as an internal executive leader for the organization. The COO reports to the President & CEO, directly supervises the Controller and Office Coordinator, and has some managerial responsibilities for other staff. The COO serves on AAACF’s Executive Team along with the President & CEO and Vice President for Development & Donor Services.

For much more detail on duties and requirements, visit

To apply for this position, email a cover letter and resume to The cover letter should be addressed to Neel Hajra, Chief Operating Officer & Vice President for Community Investment. The deadline for submission is Tuesday, September 30, 2014.

You may direct questions about this job opening via email to Neel Hajra (; no phone calls, please.

Director of Programs (Detroit)
Position Title: Director of Programs
Organization: Living Arts
Location: Detroit, Michigan


Reporting to the Executive Director and supervising a team of five program managers and specialists who manage about 25 contractual arts instructors and trainers, the Director of Programs’ overall responsibility is to position Living Arts as a definitive and positively renowned resource for professional artists who work effectively with children, youth, schools and community by ensuring optimal delivery of youth education, youth development, and community arts programs. The Director of Programs will supervise the development, design and delivery of program initiatives and on-going services, assuring that the goals and objectives of Living Arts are well served. Duties include, but are not limited to, planning, organizing, staffing, evaluating, leading, promoting and controlling program activities. The Director of Programs is expected to use independent discretion and judgment in developing and executing Living Arts programming while providing strategic leadership to staff.


At least five years experience in the arts, community arts or arts education field and a Master’s degree or commensurate experience in arts administration, arts education, or related field are required. Ability to speak and write in Spanish as well as English is preferred. Familiarity with the Detroit non-profit world is a plus.


Click the link below and follow the directions. Include a cover letter and three references with contact information when uploading your resume.

Apply Now:

Director of Administration (Detroit)

Reporting to the Executive Director and supervising the operations manager, bookkeeper, and contractual grant writer, the Director of Administration is responsible for all financial, operational, administrative, fund development, marketing and strategic processes. This position has both internal and external leadership responsibilities that include, but are not limited to: overseeing the execution of organizational planning and human resource activities, assuring that the business of Living Arts is carried out efficiently and in full compliance with legal, financial and employment standards, and directing Living Arts’ marketing and fund development strategies. The Director of Administration must exercise strong organizational leadership capabilities as well as professionally represent Living Arts with all external contacts. This position promotes the visibility of Living Arts in the community through public relations and advertising while also playing a key role in donor cultivation and revenue development strategies. The Director of Administration requires exceptional communication skills to network with current and potential supporters of Living Arts.


At least three years of experience in a field related to finance, marketing, development, or human resources and a master’s degree or commensurate experience in communications, business administration, or related field are required. Proficiency in QuickBooks is preferred. Ability to speak and write in Spanish as well as English and passion for arts education and youth development are plusses.


Click the link below and follow the directions. Include a cover letter and three references with contact information when uploading your resume.

Apply Now:

Special Events Manager (Detroit)

Coordinate and implement the museum’s special events, including DIA fundraisers, auxiliary events, and other major museum sponsored events.


Coordination and supervision of DIA’s fundraising events Bal Africain, Fash Bash and the DIA’s Annual Gala event; and follow through with auxiliaries on major museum internal events, including logistical arrangements, timelines and budgets.
Prepare preliminary RFP’s, budgets, and forecast expenditures for annual gala and produce the final budget and financial report of the events.
Liaison and coordinate the planning and implementation on events with an outside caterer and event planner.
Process Accounts Receivables and Payables for internal and external client invoices and payments.
Prepare purchasing requests and all financial reports.
Coordinate and supervise Midtown’s annual Noel Night event within the DIA.
Assist with client site tours and sales of rental space.
Attend operational meetings.
Conduct ESP training quarterly to staff.
Update catering information on website.
Support events and other department projects as needed.
Carry out other activities as assigned by the Director of Events & Food Service Operations.
To see full job description (which includes qualifications and link to apply), please visit

Positions are not updated on a daily basis and may be modified and/or removed without notice.


Assistant Project Manager, Health & Wellness (Flint)
Greater Flint Health Coalition is seeking an Assistant Project Manager to join our team in Flint, MI to work in a fast-paced, but rewarding collaborative environment.
As an Assistant Project Manager in our Health Improvement area, your primary focus will be assisting the coordination of multi-sector committees, task forces, and collaborative projects designed to improve the factors that affect health, with an emphasis on improving the health behaviors of adults and children in community-based, school, and workplace settings.

Successful candidate profile:

Bachelors Degree in health or related field; Masters degree (MPH, MHSA, or MS) is a plus.
Experience creating and managing workplans and time-sensitive deliverables and deadlines.
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills and an ability to present self in a courteous, tactful, and professional manner.
Characteristics required for thinking strategically, innovating, and engaging multi-sector stakeholders in a manner that builds alignment and creates measurable improvement in project metrics.
To apply:

Send (1) resume, (2) cover letter (addressing how you meet required qualifications), and (3) salary history by email or letter, as follows:


Greater Flint Health Coalition
Attn: Human Resources
519 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 306
Flint, Michigan 48502


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