Friday, October 10, 2014

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - October 10, 2014

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

AmeriCorps Positions (Various Locations)
Summary: The Mentoring to Access Corps (MAC), a Michigan Nonprofit Association program will enroll and place full-time AmeriCorps members with youth mentoring programs and college campuses across Michigan. These AmeriCorps members will use mentoring as a tool to promote and increase college access and career readiness for the youth they serve. Mentoring-based AmeriCorps members will increase the quantity and quality of youth mentoring relationships while also impacting college-going rates and career readiness for hundreds of K-12 youth in Michigan. Campus/Community-based AmeriCorps members will increase college access for high school youth who are low-income or first generation college students.

Positions available in: Pontiac, Owosso, Marquette

Required Qualifications:

Some college experience, Bachelor’s degree preferred
Prior experience serving youth and volunteers
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Possession of valid driver’s license
Possession of documentation of citizenship or lawful permanent resident alien status of the United States
Willingness to submit to a comprehensive criminal history check, including an FBI fingerprint check

An annual living allowance of $12,100 (pre-tax);
Standard AmeriCorps member health care coverage;
Income-eligible childcare assistance;
Ongoing professional development and networking opportunities;
Participation in a statewide project dedicated to building the future of Michigan’s youth;
Education Award of $5,645 to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans (pending completion of a minimum 1700 hours of service over a 12 month period);
Forbearance on qualified student loans.
To apply, send resume and location preference to Amy Crockett at by October 20.

Executive Director - Part-Time (Brighton)
Special Ministries of Livingston County is a 501(C) (3) non-profit organization that serves adults living with cognitive and physical disabilities in Livingston County. Our mission is to provide a range of quality programs to support challenged adults in the discovery of their full potential through growth in social-emotional development, continual learning, recreational and spiritual development.

Special Ministries is looking for an exceptional leader to serve as part-time Executive Director. This is an outstanding opportunity for a director who would like to develop an innovative approach to managing the day-to-day operations of the organization; carrying out the mission and in enhancing our community impact for those we serve. For a detailed job description, qualifications and additional organizational information go to To apply send cover letter and resume by October 31 to

Vice President for Advancement & Executive Director of the EMU Foundation (Ypsilanti)
Eastern Michigan University, with more than with more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs and 22,000 students, seeks an entrepreneurial leader with a solid track record to serve as its next Vice President for Advancement (VP) and Executive Director of the Foundation. As the Chief Advancement Officer for EMU, the VP will oversee all development and alumni relations strategies, operations and campaign planning processes needed to help the University achieve its short and long term goals.

Qualifications Include:

Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree or study preferred.
A demonstrated ability and successful track record of planning, executing and successfully closing significant major and principal gifts in an institution of higher education; meaningful experience working in an academic setting is desirable.
Experience in leading, or being a part of, a capital campaign aimed at securing transformational gifts during a time of rapid growth.
A track record of success in a supervisory role leading a development operation; an approach to management that brings out the best in staff and yields pride, ownership, and a sense of team effort.
Ability and willingness to travel throughout Michigan and the United States.
To learn more about the job and to apply online go to: Letters of application, resumes and the contact information for three professional references can be attached to the application.

Executive Director (Lansing)
The School-Community Health Alliance of Michigan (SCHA-MI) – is seeking a dynamic, forward-thinking Executive Director (ED) with a strategic management style and the strong business acumen necessary to energize, organize and propel school-based health centers forward. SCHA-MI, a 10 year-old statewide organization, is the unifying voice for school-based and school-linked health centers and it advocates on their behalf; educating the public, elected officials, funders and key stakeholders on the importance of this critical health care delivery model. SCHA-MI’s ED will be instrumental in elevating state and national recognition of the Association’s fundamental belief: That all Michigan children and youth have a basic right to access and receive comprehensive primary health care and prevention services.
A successful candidate will be a natural relationship builder; ideally someone who is already connected to the public health, education and/or human services industry. As the public face of the School-Community Health Alliance of MI, the ED must have an engaging, compelling presence and be passionate about improving access to the vital health care services that school-based and school-linked health centers provide to our children! The position requires an authentic, collaborative leader with a proven track record of building influential boards, cultivating shared goals, and positioning an organization for relevance and sustainability in the years to come. For full description go to

To express your interest in this position, please submit your resume, salary requirements and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications relate to this position. Materials can be sent to

Director of Finance (Okemos)
Hands-on Director of Finance needed for statewide non-profit association. Ability to work collaboratively in a complex environment with internal and external stakeholders is required. Responsible for the association’s overall financial plans and policies, accounting practices, the conduct of its relationship with lending institutions and funding agencies, directs budgeting, audit, tax, accounting, purchasing, disbursements of grant and other funds, collects dues, reviews contracts and insurance activities for the organization. Payroll is outsourced to an outside firm.

Update, establish and implement policies, procedures, and systems necessary to maintain proper financial records and to afford adequate accounting controls and services. Remain abreast of state-of-the-art accounting practices and changes in federal regulations necessary to insure policies and procedures meet current standards.
Select and oversee the installation and operation and maintenance of an automated accounting system and software applications.
Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Finance or a minimum of ten years experience in accounting management or a combination of education and experience which is similarly appropriate.
An active CPA certification a plus. Masters degree preferred.
Minimum of five years of experience in nonprofit accounting.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Excel Word and PowerPoint. QuickBooks accounting software is beneficial or other comparable accounting software packages.
Out of town travel with occasional overnight stays required.
To apply: Send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to The position will be filled as soon as possible. For more information about Michigan Community Action, visit No phone calls please!

Part-Time Community Coordinator (Detroit)
Position Title: Corpus Christi Neighborhood Development Coordinator
Position reports to: Fr. Donald Archambault, Pastor Corpus Christi Catholic Church
Scheduled Hours: Flexible; an average of ten hours per week. The position does require attendance at evening meetings and may require work during evening and weekend hours.
Position Wages: $15 per hour with annual salary not to exceed $10,000.

Position Summary
Work directly with the residents in a square mile of Northwest Detroit to facilitate the establishment of a fully operational block club on each block. This will be accomplished by establishing block clubs where none currently exist assist existing block clubs that are floundering and expand active participation of all the residents in the O’Hair Park Community Association.
Second, to establish awareness of and active support of the O’Hair Park Community Association with all businesses within the geography, including both sides of Seven Mile Road.

Specific job responsibilities in 2014-2015 include:

Creation of a detailed Strategic Plan for block club development
Increase number of viable block clubs from the 8 existing block clubs to 13 by April 1, 2015
Work with the existing block clubs who are floundering to help with efforts to re-engage their focus and efforts to have active and effective organizations.
Attend all O’Hair Park Community Association Meetings and Organizing Committee
Participate in all O’Hair Park Community Association initiatives and assist in increasing neighborhood participation.
Send resume or gain further information by contacting Fr. Don Archambault at

Director of Institutional Advancement (Detroit)
The Director of Institutional Advancement reports to the Director of Development and Stewardship of the Archdiocese of Detroit and is responsible for planning and implementing a coordinated marketing and communications strategy that supports the strategic priorities of Sacred Heart Major Seminary.

The Director of Institutional Advancement works closely with the faculty and administration, professional staff, the Alumni Board of Directors, Trustees and other volunteers, and colleagues in the Department of Development and Stewardship in planning, managing, and executing a comprehensive program that effectively communicates the mission, vision, and values of Sacred Heart Major Seminary and promotes the rector, the faculty, alumni, academic programs, and special events to internal and external constituents. The Director supervises the Event Manager, the Communications Manager, and the Associate Director of Annual Giving.

For a complete job description and instructions on how to apply please visit:

Director of Cultural Affairs and Community Engagement (Clinton Township)
FUNCTION: Manages the College's overall cultural and community enrichment activities and initiatives, including but not limited to national touring performances, College cultural events, community enrichment events, corporate programs, and facility rentals. Establishes partnerships and collaborations with major cultural organizations to increase the College's regional and national visibility. Directs state-or-the-art performing arts center, including 1,200 seat main theatre and black box, as well as cultural center and art gallery. Establishes and oversees the implementation of strategies and activities complementing the College's fundraising efforts impacting the annual campaign, major gifts, corporate sponsorships, grants, and in-kind gifts.

EDUCATION: Master's degree required

EXPERIENCE: Three years' experience in arts management, including responsibility for and oversight of similar venues, with a focus on demonstrated presenter experience, business management skills in marketing and promotion, finance and human resources; demonstrated success in connection with collaboration with community cultural partners. Experience in fund development activities and donor relations including solicitation, gift acquisition, and donor stewardship; proven track record of successful event planning and implementation.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Proficiency in use of fund development software, including donor management and prospecting as well as in software for event management and ticketing; knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications.

Apply at

Executive Director (Detroit)
Executive Director for The Detroit Public Library Friends Foundation, encourages public interest in and contributions to the Library's collections benefiting the Library. reporting to the Detroit Public Library Friends Foundation Board of Directors, the Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the organization's staff, programs, expansion and execution of its mission. To apply for this position, register with NPPN online at ( and upload your resume and a cover letter addressed to The Detroit Public Library Friends Foundation.

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)
We have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Assistant to join our team of talented professionals. Regular working hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. This individual should have at least three years subsequent experience. We offer our employees a competitive salary, a paid time off package and health benefits.
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 Administrative Assistant for the Executive Director.

Demonstrate the ability to navigate Windows based products and master skills for electronic recordkeeping Must be able to create and maintain accurate administrative reports, supervision records, create and maintain personnel and client files, collect data and maintain client satisfaction reports.
Must be able to work under pressure and be able to multi-task

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to

Development Manager (Grand Rapids)
Job Responsibilities:
Overall Planning – Assist in development of strategic plan to implement the Walk to Defeat ALS® within Western Michigan. The plan will include a timeline for each Walk “season.” Timeline should include deadlines, such as securing permits, material ordering, mailing, sponsorship inclusion, and such. Recruitment of Walk volunteer groups and committees.

Recruitment – Serve as the point of contact for calls from volunteer leads, and team captains. All “leads” are entered into the database and the online Walk fundraising system and tracked for follow-up and development purposes.

Project management – Establish projected income goals and develop and implement plans and strategies for meeting income goals for each Walk in the region. Update, order, maintain, supply, and distribute all Walk materials.

Interested individuals may send their application documents to Jennifer Cottrell at

Major Gifts Officer (Bingham Farms)
The oldest and largest animal welfare organization in the state of Michigan, the non-profit Michigan Humane Society protects animals from cruelty, abuse, and oppression; provides a wide breadth of services aimed at alleviating animal suffering; and works to reduce and end the root causes of animal welfare issues. We are seeking a dynamic, experienced professional to join our team as a Major Gifts Officer. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, this position will be responsible for identifying, researching, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individuals, corporations, and foundations capable of making major and planned gifts in support of the Humane Society’s capital campaign and annual fundraising and other initiatives.

The ideal candidate must have a bachelor’s degree and 5-7 years of progressively responsible fund development experience with particular emphasis on major gifts and planned giving. Additional desired attributes include: excellent written and verbal communication skills; great people skills; experience working with boards of directors, volunteers, and high net-worth individuals; ability to adapt style to variety of situations; and strong organizational and strategic planning skills. Experience in non-profit philanthropy is required.

Please send your cover letter, resume, and a 1 page case for support writing sample to: Marta Diffen, Chief Development Officer, 30300 Telegraph Road, Suite 220, Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. No phone calls, faxes, or third parties will be accepted.

Program Operations Manager - Michigan Teacher Corps (Lansing/Detroit - flexible)
Program Operations Manager – Michigan Teacher Corps

TNTP seeks a full-time Program Operations Manager for the Michigan Teacher Corps. This position is located in Michigan (Mid-Michigan and Detroit areas preferred) and is available immediately.

TNTP is a national non-profit that has reimagined teaching. We believe great teaching is transformative and that teachers, more than any other factor in education, have the greatest impact on whether or not a student will succeed in school.

The Michigan Teacher Corps (MTC) will employ a highly-selective process to recruit new teachers and teacher leaders as corps members to commit to serve in Michigan’s lowest-performing schools and districts. Our goals are for MTC teachers to provide highly effective instruction, achieve significant student academic gains, effect continuous and sustained improvement within their placement schools and districts, and dramatically improve student achievement to close achievement gaps.

The Program Operations Manager will lead the strategy and execution of MTC program operations and services aligned with our goals. The Program Operations Manager will work closely with the Site Director and help ensure all candidates, teachers, and clients have an exceptional experience with MTC.

Strong program or project management experience and the ability to organize, plan, and execute multiple projects simultaneously Strong skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint required; Wiki space management experience preferred Outstanding interpersonal, communication and teamwork skills Experience working in high-need schools or with high-needs populations (preferred)

Please submit your resume and tailored cover letter online

Development Database Administrator (Detroit)
St. Vincent de Paul is seeking a Development Administrator for its Fund Development department. responsible for tracking donor information. Knowledge of Raisers Edge is essential. Please send resume to

Program Director (Flint)
Ele’s Place, a healing center for grieving children with branches in Lansing, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, is opening a new branch in Flint. Each week, peer support group programs help hundreds of children, ages 3-18, learn how to cope and begin to heal after the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member or friend.

Ele’s Place is seeking a full time Program Director for the Flint, MI branch.

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.


Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work or a related human services or medical sciences field.
Knowledge of grief issues
Minimum 5 years departmental 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

Program and Policy Specialist (Okemos)
Non-profit association needs experienced non-profit professional to assist with administering anti-poverty programs, grant writing, training, and organizational standards. A background in Community Action preferred. The position will include scheduling meetings and taking minutes, writing reports, attending meetings, research, grant writing, developing training and presenting training. Ability to work collaboratively in a complex environment with internal and external stakeholders is required.

Assist Community Action Agencies with requests for technical assistance and training relating to Organizational Standards.

Assist in writing grants and conduct grant related research. Other writing and public relations assignments as needed.

Assist with the development of a peer to peer mentorship program and/or volunteer programs.

Attend conferences and meetings in Michigan and in the United States to represent the Association. Understand anti-poverty policy and be able to make contributions to policy conversations while advocating for members and the poor.

May be required to handle securing of bids, preparing expense authorizations for projects, assist with grant/financial reports/budgets, meeting logistics, travel arrangements, and other duties as assigned.

Requires travel in Michigan U.S.

Bachelor's degree (B. AS.) in an area of study related to human services, advocacy, and/or nonprofit administration preferred.

Public speaking experience, training, facilitation, conflict resolution skills and project management experience required.

$16.80 to $17.50 / hour

To apply: Send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to The position will be filled as soon as possible. For more information about Michigan Community Action, visit No phone calls please!

Independent Living Specialist (Clinton Township)
The Independent Living Specialist provides four core services to consumers to assist individuals with achieving their goals. The four core services are: Information & Referral, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills Training and Advocacy. This position involves working one-on-one with consumers, MRS Counselors, community case workers and various community agencies. This position requires facilitation of Empowerment Trainings at the local Michigan Rehabilitation Services office.

Major Responsibilities:

Facilitate monthly Empowerment Trainings at the Clinton Township Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS) office.
Provide individualized Peer Support (through authorizations from MRS) to effectively identify and overcome barriers to issues such as employment, independent living, transportation and self-advocacy.
Provide I & R and CSR services to walk-in consumers.

Knowledge of disability issues and independent living issues.
Experience (professional or personal) working with individuals with disabilities.
Demonstrated written, verbal communication skills; including public speaking experience.
Demonstrated group facilitation and meeting skills.
Be able to demonstrate and apply a working knowledge of systems and resources available to people with disabilities.
Knowledge of community resources available within Macomb County.
Ability to research and problem-solve complex issues.
Ability to travel within Oakland and Macomb counties independently.
Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in the Human Services field preferred.
A minimum of two years experience in Human Service related field preferred
Interviews will start October 15. Please apply to Kellie Boyd: Phone calls will not be accepted.

Director of Finance & Human Resources (Flint)
The United Way of Genesee County is looking for a Director of Finance & Human Resources. This position is a senior staff member who is responsible for the operation of the financial systems including budgeting, auditing, accounting, and financial reporting. Along with overseeing the financial operations this position is also responsible for the Human Resources functions including Union processes, recruitment, benefits and employee relations. Successful candidates will have core competencies in these areas: mission focused, relationship oriented, collaborative, and results oriented. The qualifications and requirements are excellent written and oral communications skills, excellent interpersonal relationship skills, must be detail oriented and work well with deadlines. Education and background requirements are experience in business operations and management which include the areas of management, accounting and human resources; a Bachelor’s degree required - Master’s degree preferred; four to seven years’ experience in business operations and management and advanced computer skills a must. Please send your resume to or fax to 810.232.9370 by October 22, 2014.

Family Services Coordinator - Part-Time (Grand Rapids)
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. Each week, peer support group programs help hundreds of children, ages 3-18, learn how to cope and begin to heal after the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member or friend.

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

The Family Services Coordinator will:

Work with other program staff members to provide guidance and information to grieving families and others
Conduct family informational meetings and intake sessions
Oversee assigned support group program sessions, including supervising volunteers and clinicians
Assist with projects, make presentations on behalf of Ele's Place, maintain records, and perform other responsibilities as needed
A minimum of LLMSW, LLP or LPC certification is required.

Ideal candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and good computer skills. Adult and child group experience, knowledge of grief issues and community resources required. Previous experience working with volunteers is very helpful. Ideal candidates must be able to work a flexible schedule.

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

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Development Coordinator (Royal Oak)
The Detroit Zoological Society seeks a Development Coordinator for its Development team. S/he will be responsible for the administration and management of DZS’s Raiser’s Edge donor database, including the processing and entry of donor information and contributions, acknowledgement of charitable contributions, extraction of data, and user support. S/he will also provide back-up support to the other administrative members of the development team. Principal duties and responsibilities include, working with accounting and membership to reconcile gifts, provide transaction information and reports, troubleshoot issues, and, when required, reevaluate procedures and systems to improve future gift tracking, reconciliation, and reporting. The Development Coordinator will report to the Director of Development Operations and will collaborate with the Prospect Research Manager and other fundraisers in the prospect research and moves management activities of the Development Department. These include the generation of donor and prospect profiles, as well as reporting on cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities. S/he should possess an Associate’s degree and/or equivalent level of knowledge, and should have at least two years of experience working in a nonprofit fundraising environment. Excellent computer skills and a high level of proficiency in Raiser’s Edge 7.91, Microsoft Excel, and other MS Office applications are required. The ideal candidate will also have excellent organizational skills, including the ability to identify priorities, work independently, meet deadlines, and use logic and analysis to solve computer software problems.

To view complete job descriptions and to apply online, please visit The direct link to the jobs page is:

Director of Development Operations (Royal Oak)
The Detroit Zoological Society seeks a Director of Development Operations to organize and manage development operations, ensuring continuous improvement in the systems and processes that support the department’s success. He or she will work closely with the Chief Development Officer to develop and implement fundraising strategies to support institutional needs and priorities. The Director of Development Operations will hire, train, and provide direction and supervision to development operations staff members, establish and administer fundraising programs, help to identify the organization’s program, service, and facility needs, and lead the implementation and integration of fundraising and stewardship plans. The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s Degree and at least seven years of progressive experience in fundraising and development operations for a non-profit organization. He or she should have a successful track record in managing and coaching development staff, and be proficient in running reports, queries, and analyses using Raiser’s Edge. Candidates who are members of professional organizations such as AFP, PPP, or APRA, are encouraged to apply.

To view complete job descriptions and to apply online, please visit The direct link to the jobs page is:

Executive Director, Leadership Oakland (Oakland County)
The Executive Director must be thoroughly committed to Leadership Oakland’s mission. All candidates should have proven leadership, coaching, and relationship management experience. Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:

Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred
Experience working with non-profit board or significant volunteer experience working closely with non-profit organization
Experience with planning and management of educational programs and services
Demonstrated experience in event planning, marketing and public relations
Demonstrated successful experience in fundraising and donor development (including personal solicitation)
Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
At least 2 years of supervisory experience
Track record of sound budgetary and fiscal management
For a complete description
How to apply – Interested candidates should send a cover memo with contact information and resume to the attention of Kevin Wisely at on or before October 31, 2014. Interviews are anticipated to be held during the month of November/December with final selection occurring at the end of the calendar year. Anticipated start date is on or around March 1, 2015.

Literacy Coordinator (Muskegon)
Read Muskegon is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to positively impact the lives of adults through improved literacy. The vision of Read Muskegon is that all residents of Muskegon County have access to high quality literacy instruction that enables them to reach their potential and contribute fully to their community. The primary responsibility of the Literacy Coordinator is to manage and assist in developing the programming systems of Read Muskegon including: 1-1 tutoring, Literacy Labs, fee-for-service programs, and family literacy events and trainings. Recruitment, training and support of volunteer tutors are major components of this position. Qualified candidates will have a B.A. in Education or a related field, have experience supervising volunteers or employees, and excellent oral and written communication skills including the ability to interact effectively and compassionately with people from a variety of backgrounds. Experience with non-profit organizations, adult learners, or work force development is desirable. The position is 30 hours per week with the potential to increase. For more details or to apply, please contact Melissa Moore at or mail cover letter, resume and references to P.O. Box 1312, Muskegon, MI 49443. Application closing date is October 10.

Program Assistant (Lansing-based/telecommute)
The Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health, a small, but growing, statewide organization, seeks a part-time (15 hours per week average), Lansing area-based Program Assistant to provide programmatic support to the Executive Director and three grant-funded programs. In addition to working from home to carry out routine administrative duties and plan the logistics for several meetings and trainings, the successful candidate will be expected to provide on-site support at four two-day-long events over the course of a year (locations will vary throughout the state and overnight stays will be required).

The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, with excellent computer, organization, and communication skills, and with a passion for improving adolescent sexual health in Michigan. Experience with online reservation and event planning systems, social media platforms, and website and database maintenance is highly desirable.

See the full job description at

Resumes (along with a cover letter and list of references), from individuals committed to quality work and who want to join a bright and energetic team, will be accepted until 5:00 pm on October 17th via email to

Director of Education & Public Programs (Detroit - Midtown)
Under general direction of the Vice President of Assessment and Community Engagement, the Director of Education and Public Programs manages a department that conceives, organizes, and presents high-caliber, high-profile, dynamic, captivating and compelling, educational programs for youth and adults. These programs will attract national attention and enhance the Wright Museum’s reputation as a lively forum where people of all ages can learn about African American history and culture.

Minimum Qualifications/Education

Masters Degree in Museum Education, History, Education, and/or the equivalent background derived and experience Seven (7) or more years of demonstrated success developing and managing education programs in museums, education institutions, and/or other non-profit cultural organization; three (3) of the 10 years must involve supervision of several staff members and management of a complex budget Strong written and oral communication skills Skills and knowledge necessary to represent the museum at high levels and to lead a team of creative individual

Qualified applicants should apply to:
The Charles H. Wright Museum
315 E. Warren
Detroit, MI 48201

Chief Operations Officer (Flint)
ENNIS CENTER FOR CHILDREN has been working with abused and/or neglected children for over 35 years and has offices in Genesee, Oakland, St. Clair, and Wayne Counties Responsibilities – Plans, develops, organizes, directs, and controls the operations of all programs to contribute to meeting the mission, goals, and values, as well as the requirements of other applicable federal, state, and local regulatory and/or other accrediting agencies. Responsible for ensuring agency compliance with assigned contracts and governing bodies, including the State of Michigan’s Child Welfare Licensing Division rules and regulations. Participates in the agency Performance and Quality Improvement Program as a member of required committees and Quality Council. Monitors all projections for foster care placements and adoptions, and ensures that projections are met. Responsible for ensuring agency wide fiscal management of corporate operations to ensure proper utilization of agency’s financial resources. Utilizes financial resources within the established budget. Performs public relations tasks by attending meetings, conferences, and committee meetings with ancillary and/or political resources, and acting as a liaison with community social service agencies/partners.


(1.) Master’s degree in Social Work and a minimum of one year experience as a social worker or a Master’s Degree in a related field and two years experience as a social worker..
(2.) Knowledge of financial policies and processes for nonprofit corporate structures.

Interested candidates can forward resume to:

Major Gifts Officer (Wixom)
Apply to:

Detroit Public Television (DPTV) and WRCJ 90.9 FM (WRCJ) seeks a Major Gifts Officer with demonstrated experience in managing relationships and securing support from donors who are capable of making gifts of $1,000 - $10,000+ to support its mission and operations. Prospects will generally be individuals and family foundations (those with few formal processes or staff) capable of making major donations as annual, planned, endowment, capital, and/or project gifts. The Major Gifts Officer will nurture current relationships, cultivate new relationships and participate in major donor special events.

Please view the complete posting at


Bachelor degree in Philanthropy, Business, Communications, or related field of study or equivalent experience
6+ years of experience in Development including:
extensive use of fundraising database software to capture donor information, research donor history/interests, and generate actionable lists; knowledge of Salesforce a plus
2+ years of experience working with Board members and Sr. Managers to develop and execute an “ask”
2+ years of experience writing fundraising proposals or grant applications
CFRE preferred

Foster Care Case Manager (Madison Heights)
Maintains proper documentation in legal files for all assigned cases. Submits (by established deadlines) all reports, Initial Service Plans, Updated Service Plans, SDM paperwork, court reports, and agency specific paperwork in a timely manner. Manages a schedule to adequately reflect parenting time, case conferences, court hearings, etc. Plans and coordinates after care and discharge services as needed. Oversees foster parent compliance during monthly home visits, tracking essential CWL materials (medicals, dentals, educational and compliance with statutes)Facilitates MiTeam conferences as policy indicates.

The starting salary range for this position is $28,621 - $32,942. Actual salary offered will be dependent on relevant qualifications and experience. You will also enjoy a comprehensive benefits package. Candidates with existing CWTI certification will receive a $1,000 signing bonus after 90 days in the position.

Please submit a cover letter and salary requirements to

Business Manager (Lansing)
The Business Manager will perform, with minimum supervision, all accounting and business functions related to the daily operations, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, bank and other account reconciliations, journal entries, analytic review of financial results, budgeting, risk management and human resources.


Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Finance or Business Management with an emphasis in Accounting
Three years of hands on accounting experience
Experience with not-for-profit accounting preferred
Experience in budgeting, forecasting, modeling, and financial reporting a plus
Excellent mathematical and computational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong analytical and quantitative skills
Strong attention to accuracy and detail
Strong computer accounting skills and strong Microsoft Excel skills – the ability to create formulas a must
Flexible and able to prioritize, manage multiple projects with multiple deadlines and work independently yet be a team player
Excellent interpersonal, networking and organizational skills
Ability to work with diverse organizations
Prior to employment, candidate must pass an employment test and drug screening test, and undergo a reference and security check
To apply, send a letter of application, resume, and 2 letters of recommendation to:
Dr. Keith Myers, Executive Director
Michigan AEYC
839 Centennial Way, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48917-9277

Clinical Manager, Residential (Detroit)
Responsible for coordination and supervision of federal reentry program focusing on continuity of care for offenders. Serve as Social Services Coordinator. Facilitate referrals to assist special needs offenders, including sex offenders, significant medical and mental health needs offenders, offenders with substance use and misuse needs.


Develop ancillary services for the resident population
Lead case conferences and staff team meetings regarding resident case reviews, updates, progress, and problem assessment for the program.
Develop treatment methods and strategies
Approve individual treatment plans
Responsible for the implementation of the clinical goals and objectives of the Center.
Coordinate the continuing education program for treatment staff.
LMSW or MA Degree in Human Service Discipline preferred. CADC, CAADC, or CCS certification preferred. Minimum requirement: A four year degree in a social or behavioral science program from an accredited college or university. Prefer five years treatment experience in a clinical setting where case work or group counseling constitutes a significant portion of work responsibilities.

To apply, visit (About Us -> Careers -> Current Openings) and create an applicant profile. Search for position #777.

Cherry Street Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Senior Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations (Grand Rapids)
The Senior Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations is responsible for managing the following aspects of the Kids’ Food Basket annual support: renewal and engagement of corporate partnerships, renewal and expansion of private foundation partnerships. This position is a vital member of the Kids’ Food Basket Development team, which is charged with achieving aggressive private support goals, effectively involving volunteer leaders in development initiatives, and managing relationships with a broad array of stakeholders throughout West Michigan. This role provides input on all projects and initiatives to the Development Team.

Passion for alleviating childhood hunger
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred in relevant area
5+ years of fundraising experience or comparable knowledge/skills
Major gift cultivation and solicitation required
Experience speaking in front of groups, making presentations and leading group from 5-300 consisting of all ages and backgrounds.
Excellent writing skills and previous grant writing/administration experience required
Online grant application experience preferred
Experience working with leadership volunteers and committee-managed projects expected
Well versed in computer programs (Microsoft Office required, experience in GiftWorks or other database preferred.
Organized with the ability to work in a fast paced, ever changing work environment.
Possesses skills in project and time management.
Can work independently as well as collaboratively.
Demonstrate the ability to solve problems, analyze systems and data, and make suggestions for improvement.
Send Cover letter and Resume to:

Michigan Campaign Coordinator (Statewide)
Campus Vote Project (CVP) is a campaign that is designed to empower students, faculty, and administrators with the tools they need to break down barriers to voting for college students.
Campus Vote Project will hire one Coordinator in Michigan to work approximately 40 hours per week through Election Day. The Coordinator will conduct outreach to a priority list of colleges and universities and community colleges around the state contacting key administrators, faculty, and student organizations. With community colleges the Coordinator will coordinate a program to develop student leaders that will conduct voter registration and mobilization campaigns on campus. Additionally in areas of need recruitment for student poll workers, especially multi-lingual speakers, will be conducted. The Coordinator will be the main point of contact between campuses and FELN and CVP staff. The Coordinator will receive training from the CVP Director and will complete weekly reporting.

Coordinator must have access to a car as travel throughout the state will be required.
History of organizing work either on campuses or with campaigns.
Superior communication skills: both written and oral.
Professionalism: Coordinator will be tasked with communicating with college administrators and partner organizations throughout Michigan. A high level of professionalism is required at all times when working on behalf of FELN and CVP.
Self-motivated: Coordinator will be supervised, but a high level of self-motivation is required.
To apply, email a resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and a writing sample to

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