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EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - December 19, 2014

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Director, MI-CHAP (Lansing)
The MI-CHAP Director will lead a statewide expansion of the CHAP (Children’s Health Access) model.
MI-CHAP is an innovative and collaborative approach to improve the health outcomes for Michigan’s children with Medicaid while reducing costs. Through MI-CHAP, multi-disciplinary teams in eight counties coupled with the 2-1-1 system statewide will link families with a medical home, in-home asthma education, transportation to medical home visits, interpreting services, and community resources to address social determinants of health. MI-CHAP will engage health plans and Michigan’s Medicaid outreach plan for sustainability.

Provide project management CHAP’s statewide expansion to achieve the outcomes of the MI-CHAP Grant; Oversee work with the external evaluator and integrate evaluation metrics with the MI-CHAP expansion process; Coordinate capacity building between 2-1-1, CHAP teams and Health Net; Engage Health Plans, secure data agreements and funding; Secure and coordinate statewide Medicaid Outreach fund match for applicable MI-CHAP activities; Steward a culture based on MAUW’s commitment to diversity and inclusiveness

Experienced professional, preferably with relationships in Michigan’s health arena; Bachelor’s degree required, Masters desirable in public health, public administration, or similar; Strong understanding of braided funding opportunities; Thrives in outcomes-oriented and fast-paced environment; Operates with a high level of personal responsibility, optimism, and entrepreneurialism; Builds long-term relationships to achieve broad, mutually satisfying goals

Send a resume and a cover to Nancy Lindman at the Michigan Association of United Ways. In the subject line of your email, please write “MI-CHAP Director”.

Executive Director (Lansing)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Michigan Capital Region is looking for a qualified candidate to fill our Executive Director position. The qualified candidate will lead BBBSMCR and assist board and staff to ensure that the mission, strategy, values and goals of the organization are achieved.

The qualified candidate will:

Have excellent communication skills, written and verbal, including extensive public speaking.
Have a proven track record in fund development – corporate and individual.
Work with the board to articulate the organization’s strategic plan, communicate that vision to staff, community leaders and supporters.
Possess a high degree of personal integrity, strong ethics, values.
Be a model of openness, honesty, and accountability to all who interact with the agency.
Foster an environment that values diversity and inclusion among volunteers and employees.
The following are required to be considered for the position:

Bachelors Degree from accredited college/university or a minimum of ten years nonprofit experience
Graduate Level Degree preferred
Strategic thinking, planning and project management/system management skills
Experience in fund development, including grant writing
Non-profit/business management experience preferred
Computer literacy including: MS Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, a strong knowledge of internet resources, research tools
Final candidates will have to submit required information for criminal background checks and drug screening
Starting Salary range: $50,000, will increase with experience
Please submit resume, cover letter and references to:
Big Brothers Big Sisters Michigan Capital Region

Assistant Controller (Troy)
The Assistant Controller is responsible for supporting the Controller in the direction of accounting and tax functions for the foundation. This position manages the budgeting and payables process, prepares tax reporting, is responsible for complex reconciliations, and assists with maintaining the accuracy of general ledger accounts.

BA/BS degree in accounting, business or finance required with at least five years work experience in public/private accounting and/or treasury experience; CPA and public accounting experience required.

Thorough knowledge of general accounting, finance, treasury and investment operations; working knowledge of GAAP and other authoritative accounting guidelines. Proficient in the application of accounting standards. Private Foundation tax experience is preferred but not required.
Strong knowledge of Windows-based spreadsheet and word processing software required (Microsoft Office family of products). Knowledge and experience working with accounting and tax software (Great Plains and ProSystem fx, respectively) preferred.
Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to engage the cooperation of others.
Solid technical, analytical, organizational, and planning skills with excellent attention to detail.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Positive team attitude.

Please send cover letter with salary requirements and resumes to by January 19, 2015.

MHRI Field Operations Manager (Detroit)
The Michigan Department of Community Health, in partnership with Neighborhood Service Organization and Southwest Housing Solutions, seeks a Field Manager to join the team working on administration of a two year grant which offers outreach, housing search assistance, and in-home supports to people experiencing homelessness in Detroit.

Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree; Master's degree in human/social services or a related field preferred;prior experience with providing technical assistance, and Federal grants management experience. Significant experience and knowledge of Housing and Homelessness. The ideal candidate will be an experienced manager with three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in the Housing/Homelessness/Social Services environment.Qualified candidates must demonstrate the following abilities through their work history: Professional level of knowledge of the principles of the low-income/subsidized housing market; excellent organizational skills; good attention to detail; and superior oral and written communication skills; comfortable in directing and managing day-to-day program operations and working on a team; proficiency with Microsoft Office suite; excellent management, communication and influencing skills. This position is grant funded through September 30, 2016.

Submit resume and cover letter to

Product Sales Volunteer and Community Specialist (Detroit Metro Area, Flint, Port Huron)
1 position available

The Product Sales Volunteer and Community Specialist is primarily responsible for the overall management of the department's volunteer and community relationships. She/he will be responsible for managing and providing supervision to 60-80 product sales volunteers, and support to Girl Scout troop leaders related to product sales. Also responsible for community relations including working with corporate partners to reserve cookie booth locations.

Job Requirements:
1.Bachelor’s degree in business, education, public administration, or a related field 2.Experience with all Microsoft Office applications 3.Experience in volunteer management; prior supervisor experience preferred 4.Demonstrated skill in developing and implementing new programs.
5.Superior skills in customer relations
6.Ability to work under pressure of multiple deadlines and to coordinate several projects simultaneously 7.Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed during peak sale season 8.Must have valid drivers’ license and reliable transportation

Send resumes to

Social Investments Associate (Troy)
The Social Investments Associate provides support to the Social Investment Practice and fulfills multiple administrative functions as they relate to management of the Social Investments portfolio. This position works externally with borrowers, grant applicants, grantees, asset management consultants and legal counsel and internally coordinates with Program staff, Grants Management, Finance and the Executive office. The Social Investments Associate is required to be familiar with the social and financial objectives of the department and of Kresge’s other program departments, as cross-organizational coordination is required to carry out the functions. In addition, the position provides administrative support and assistance to the Director and the department’s team. This position requires excellent judgment, self- direction, and the capacity to manage multiple, competing priorities with a high attention to detail. While this is primarily an administrative support position, it is one that will give the candidate direct exposure to a team of professionals in the social investment sector and the opportunity to become familiar with reporting, investment presentation and legal documentation relating to a range of social investments.

Please send cover letter, updated resume to: Please reference the position title in the subject line of your email.
Application Deadline: January 9, 2015

Executive Director (Lansing)
The Executive Director is responsible for overall leadership and management of Michigan Consumers for Healthcare (MCH), ensuring the implementation of the mission and internal operations of the organization and the strategic plans and objectives approved by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: governance, financial performance and viability, organization mission and strategy and organization operations.


• Bachelor’s degree in health care administration, public health, public policy, business or related field required. Master’s degree preferred.
• A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in organization and personnel management, with a strong preference for non-profit management experience.
• Experience in public policy, community development, grants administration, fund development, program development and evaluation, and personnel leadership.

Interested individuals may submit application documents to

Associate Director (Battle Creek)
The Associate Director is responsible for (1) managing the day-to-day operations of the organization; (2) working collaboratively with Voces leadership to secure funding through diverse sources; and, (3) providing support as needed to the Executive Director. The Associate Director will assist with researching and writing grants to diverse funders as well as developing special events, business opportunities and cultivation of donors. S/he will manage operations including human resources and financial management in collaboration with the Executive Director, Accountant, and Treasurer. S/he will prepare reports and other duties as needed.

Ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and three years related work experience (though qualifications may be waived based on other qualifying factors). Commitment to Voces’ mission and deep knowledge and experience working with the Latino/Hispanic community required. Must be adaptable with a strong ability and willingness to learn new things and work across diverse areas.

Application deadline is Friday, January 16th, 2015. Voces seeks to fill this position as soon as possible and applications may be reviewed on a rolling basis until filled. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Send a resume, cover letter and a list of three references to the attention of the Executive Director at or 520 W. Michigan Ave. Battle Creek, MI 49037. Cover letter should include a personal statement explaining how your experience and education have prepared you to successfully fulfill the functions of this position.

President (Detroit)
The McGregor Fund invites applications and nominations for the position of President.
The McGregor Fund is a private foundation established in 1925 by gifts from Katherine and Tracy McGregor “to relieve the misfortunes and promote the well-being of mankind.” The foundation awards grants to organizations in the following areas: human services, education, health care, arts and culture, and public benefit. The area of principal interest of the foundation is the city of Detroit and Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties. The McGregor Fund has granted $227 million since its founding and had assets of approximately $178 million as of June 30, 2014.
The President is responsible for the overall achievement of the McGregor Fund’s mission and day-to-day operations. Reporting to and working with the Board of Trustees, the President has responsibility for the strategic, programmatic, financial, and management operations that support the McGregor Fund’s mission to relieve the misfortunes and improve the well-being of people.
Highly qualified applicants should e-mail a letter of interest and résumé as attachments outlining experience relevant to advancing the mission of McGregor Fund as soon as possible. The McGregor Fund also invites nominations of qualified applicants. All nominations, applications, and inquiries should be sent electronically and as soon as possible to:

Paul Chou, Senior Client Partner and Co-Managing Director, Global Education Practice Rosa Morris, Senior Associate, Global Education Practice Korn Ferry

Review of candidates will begin immediately. For more information about the McGregor Fund, please visit

The McGregor Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Director of Development (Detroit)
The American Red Cross is currently seeking a Director of Development in our Detroit, MI office. This is leadership role, and the successful candidate will have experience developing strong fundraising teams, supporting teams members with coaching and mentoring, managing change and achieving personal fundraising goals.

This person will be responsible for strengthening and growing the donor base and the development program to meet assigned financial goals. He/she will support the Regional Chief Executive who is the chief fundraiser for the region. Will drive a strong revenue-oriented culture based on market-driven targets. Lead a development team in planning, managing and implementing fund development strategies for the Region. He/she will own a portfolio of assigned major donors and prospects, and personally makes solicitations. Functions in a highly visible, externally facing role and will represent the Region in cultivating donors with the greatest capacity and managing leadership volunteers.

Reports jointly to the Regional Chapter Executive and the Divisional Fundraising Vice President.

Position may be located in either our Flint or Grand Rapids offices.

If this sounds like the kind of opportunity that you’ve been waiting for, please visit our website at:

The American Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that offers employees growth and development, team spirit, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, well-qualified women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Patient Education Specialist (Eastpointe)
AARDA is a national organization based in Eastpointe. The patient educator will handle inquiries, make referrals and provide guidance to patients by phone and email. Duties also include researching, writing and updating/developing educational materials and brochures and assisting with various other projects and special events as needed.

This position requires a self starter with the ability to adapt to changing priorities. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Background in social work, medical field or teaching is helpful, but not required. Willing to train the right person. Web site experience is helpful but not required.

Occasional travel. Full time M-F, 9:30-5:00. This is a salaried position. Salary based on experience. Please send resume with a cover letter containing your salary requirements or history to with subject line: Patient Education Specialist. No phone calls please.

President and Chief Executive Officer (Detroit)
Kohls Group Consulting is seeking a President and Chief Executive Officer for Starr Commonwealth (, an internationally recognized leader in transformational programs for children, families, schools and communities.

The President/CEO will provide charismatic, inclusive leadership to set and enhance “a best in class” standard of professional excellence that will ensure Starr’s industry-leading success in addressing the social, emotional and psychological needs of children and families.

The ideal candidate is a self-directed, high energy, dynamic leader with excellent community relations skills, a passion for positive youth development and education, and a strong record of confronting all obstacles to successfully deliver human services to meet growing and rapidly changing needs. This experienced, effective executive possesses an adaptable, strategic and responsive mindset necessary to “re-imagine” the work of Starr while maintaining its high standards, core values and philosophy.

This position requires the ability to demonstrate leadership in state, national and international fields of interest vital to Starr’s mission while ensuring financial security, integrity and growth through “fund and friend” development on a scale commensurate with a large human service enterprise.

Founded in 1913, Starr’s treatment philosophy is rooted in seeing the good in every child, which serves as the guiding principle in its strength-based approach.

Excellent benefits package and equal opportunity employer.

Applicants should submit their resumes with a cover letter indicating their salary requirements to or Kohls Group Consulting, N27 W23960 Paul Road, Suite 100, Pewaukee, WI 53072. No telephone inquires please.

Development Director (Detroit/Corktown)
The Development Director is a senior level staff member and must possess a demonstrated ability to create a comprehensive strategy to guide The Greening’s fundraising initiatives as well as a proven ability to capably direct Development staff in a team oriented and collaborative environment. The Development Director develop funding relationships that will create long range sustainability for the organization, overseeing and executing all of the organization’s major fundraising efforts. Additionally, the Development Director must have an understanding and alignment with the vision for Detroit as it reinvents itself post bankruptcy.


Bachelor’s Degree and over ten years of progressive experience in nonprofit fundraising management. The successful candidate will have a consistent track record of success raising several million dollars per year in a competitive fundraising environment.


Connections to the funding community in the Metro Detroit area and/or nationally.
Commitment to accountability, measuring outcomes and a results-oriented culture.
Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills.
Strong interpersonal skills and a desire to work within a collaborative environment.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and a working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge donor tracking systems.
Strong strategic and evaluation skills. Experience in grant writing and reporting is an asset.
Demonstrated ability to build and foster strong partnerships.
Sound judgment, professionalism and a positive attitude. Resourcefulness, creativity and strong problem-solving skills.
Interest, enthusiasm, and affinity for the environment and the city of Detroit.

Please submit resume, letter of interest, and salary requirements to

Development Director (Petoskey)
Bay View Association of the United Methodist Church

A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, seeks experienced Director of Development. Year round, full-time position for large, seasonal community on Little Traverse Bay in Northern Michigan.


Develop & implement fundraising plans & strategies to support organization’s mission.
Provide leadership & direction in all areas of fundraising & philanthropic support; & identify, cultivate & solicit donors.
Research public & private grant sources & submit proposals.
Develop strategies to increase planned & legacy giving to enhance core endowment.
Provide leadership & management of major fundraising events & receptions
Create, coordinate & implement marketing & public relations programs for all departments & program activities.
Maintain a database & records management of activities related to development.
Work with professional & support staff responsible for diverse programming & extensive network of volunteers.
Works directly for Association’s Executive Director & collaboratively with volunteer Committee.

Minimum of 5 years experience fundraising/development for a non-profit, including grant-writing
Proven track record raising funds & providing leadership/management.
Excellent interpersonal communication, verbal, & writing skills.
Computer knowledge including: Word, Excel & Raisers Edge software.
Ability to organize & write fundraising reports, budget management & prepare financial reports
High energy level & ability to work in a fast-paced environment requiring a high degree of initiative.
Be a team player.
For more information on Bay View Association, visit website: To apply, please email resume and references to:

Development Coordinator (Detroit & Royal Oak)
AIDS Walk Detroit/HELP seeks qualified applicants for a Development Coordinator.
• Manages operations to produce the annual AIDS Walk Detroit event: identifies and secures sponsors; engages teams & participants; works with volunteer committees and coordinates event volunteers; handles marketing efforts; oversees event website & social media; develops & implements strategies to achieve fundraising goals.
• Grant Writing: Researches public and private grant sources. Writes grant proposals to corporate, foundation, and government funders.
• Database and Records Management: Maintains Blackbaud Kintera database, generates reports and compiles data. Organizes records of contributors and grants. Handles related correspondence.
• Event planning: works with committees and applies project management skills to produce successful events. Coordinates budgeting, fundraising, marketing, staging, silent auctions, etc.
• Communications & External Relations: Produces reports, newsletters, notices, print & online content. Cultivates relationships with existing and new supporters, donors, partners & media.

Required Education, Skills & Experience: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years development or communications experience required; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Must be highly organized and able to professionally interact with diverse constituencies; Proficiency with Microsoft Office, project management and fundraising applications; General knowledge of HIV/AIDS preferred.

This is a full time position with benefits. Some evening and weekend hours are required. To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to by January 5, 2015.

Project Accountant (Detroit)
Responsible for the accounting related administrative activities for the Center for Children Head Start and other activities. Handles difficult and responsible special assignments relating to monthly billings to various grantees, grant related budget analysis, accounting, and other financial activities related to the Center for Children.

Requirements Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university in Accounting or Business Administration required. Minimum of two years previous general accounting experience required. Two years working experience with federally funded programs such as (Head Start or Early Head Start) including budgeting and cost reporting is desired.

Understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and fund accounting and direct and indirect OMB costing principles for federal programs. Demonstrated ability in preparing and maintaining accounting records and reports.

Ensure the accurate posting of all transactions in appropriate journals and ledgers.
Monthly billing to various government agencies/ grantees including Early Head Start/Head Start/Great Start Readiness Program/ Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) /Department of Health and Human Services and parent billings.
Quarterly budget to actual cost control report submissions to the related agencies.
Produce reports and statements that are balanced and reconciled. Regular reports include reconciliation of all monthly and quarterly financial statements for the Center, cost control reports for state and federal reimbursement, payroll, and tax reports.
Ensures the recording of direct program, direct administrative and indirect costs for grants are in compliance with guidelines distributed by the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and grant contract provisions.
Interested applicants may send application documents to 1355 Oakman Blvd., Detroit, MI 48238, 313-494-4775

Part Time Community Director (Traverse City)
Work for the Traverse City March of Dimes and make a difference in the lives of babies and pregnant mothers! A 24.5 hour sales position where the majority of the performance review is based upon achieving aggressive annual revenue goals. Events Management, Fundraising and Database Management preferred. Seeking a friendly, professional person to recruit, train and retain volunteers to raise money for two successful fundraising events. $17 hour and Bachelor’s degree required. Please apply by January 15 at

Sustainability Program Intern (Southfield)
Michigan IPL works statewide to gather and focus the immense grassroots power within Michigan’s faith communities to help them become leaders in the effort to minimize humankind’s negative impact on the environment.

We are looking for a bright, hard-working, self-motivated individual who is committed to our mission, “to support Michigan faith communities in becoming better stewards of the earth by promoting and implementing energy efficiency, renewable energy, and related sustainable practices through education, advocacy, and action.”

Our work involves several different types of job tasks, and we are willing to create a position for our Sustainability Program Intern that will coincide with the Intern’s interests/strengths.

Tasks could include the following:

Coordinate Sustainability Workshop in an Ann Arbor house of worship
Creating narratives about our work to use in our communications
Sustainability movement team building within houses of worship
Conducting energy audits for houses of worship
Work with houses of worship on installing energy efficient upgrades
Advocacy work on sustainability issues, i.e. letter writing campaigns, organizing legislative visits
Outreach to house of worship to engage in our programs and join Michigan IPL
If interested, please send resume, cover letter, and the names and contact information for three references to with “Sustainability Program Intern” in the email subject line.

Dir/Development SW Michigan (Grand Rapids)
The Development Director of Southwest Michigan is responsible for directing development efforts in southwest Michigan. The Development Director creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising which may include corporate donations, individual donations, grant solicitation, and in-kind resources. This includes the cultivation and stewardship of current and new corporate sponsors, individual donors, and growth of fundraisers for the state and southwest region. Supervisory responsibilities include setting and evaluating employee goals, working within expenses and achieving revenue goals.

Job Requirements

Bachelor's degree.
Five years experience with demonstrated successful solicitations, ability to build corporate relationships and mange budgets.
Experience with Raiser's Edge or other donor software.
Knowledge of special events planning and management.
Ability to travel required.
Ability to work weekends and evenings as needed.
Perform assigned duties in an independent manner.
Strong administrative and organizational skills.
Demonstrated ability to project a positive image.
Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills.
Experience with Microsoft Software.
Ability to perform the essential functions and requirements of the job.
Valid Driver's License.
Apply Here:

Director, Individual Giving and Donor Relations (Detroit)
The Director of Individual Giving and Donor Relations is responsible for developing and implementing an effective, comprehensive annual individual giving program. Partnering with the development staff, this manager develops and implements the individual giving strategies and programs that include the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of annual gifts from alumni, parents, and friends, including personal solicitations, on-line, events, telephone solicitations, direct mail and donor relations.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Assist FD Officer in the creation and implementation of the annual development plan and strategy; sets funding priorities.
2. Develop and grow individual and alumni donor base; manage annual giving campaign cultivate major gifts 3. Solicit and obtain increased donations and participation 4. Co-craft and execute with FD Officer strategies to expand portfolio of leadership donors 5. Collaborate with development staff in strategic marketing to build an effective case for investing in GSSEM at the leadership gifts level 6. Plan small and large-scale fundraising events for individual donors and support annual department events 7. Interface with CEO and Board Fund Development Committee to support fund raising efforts 8. Oversee donor management database 9. Advises stakeholders on trends in philanthropic world which may affect organizational priorities.
10. Other duties as assigned
11. A willingness to comply with GSUSA and Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan policies and procedures and the mission of the Girl Scout Movement

Send resume to

Executive Director (Detroit)
BACKGROUND: The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue (IADS) is seeking its first full time Executive Director. The Downtown Synagogue is an exciting place with a passionate community in the heart of Downtown Detroit. Read more about IADS at The Executive Director will report to and work closely with the Board of Directors; manage the operations, programs, and staff of the synagogue; and lead in ensuring the synagogue is executing its mission and implementing its recently-completed strategic plan.


Support operations and administration of the Board of Directors and staff the Executive, Governance, Personnel, Finance, Fundraising and Capital Improvement Committees
Ensure excellence in community relations, programming, finance, fundraising and administration
Expand partnerships, membership, participation and other stakeholders by increasing visibility, marketing, and relationships
Lead, empower and manage synagogue staff
Work with the board and congregation to implement the synagogue’s strategic plan

Enthusiasm for IADS' mission and vision and for the City of Detroit
Past success working with a highly engaged Board and demonstrated understanding of Board-Staff relations
Proven excellence in organizational management with the ability to motivate, empower, manage, and develop staff, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget
Strong fundraising experience
A minimum of 5 years management experience in the relevant field
APPLYING: Please see the full job description at The Synagogue seeks to have the Executive Director start as soon as possible. Please submit a cover letter and resume to

Parish Support Services Coordinator (Metro Detroit)
Basic Function of Position
Provide support and guidance to parishes/schools of the Archdiocese of Detroit in matters related to Archdiocesan financial and administrative policies/procedures, applicable tax laws, and Parish Finance Council statues. Serve as a key member of the Regional Moderator team. Facilitate implementation of TIF II initiatives.


Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or a related field or 5 years equivalent experience.
Strong critical thinking and analytical skills with attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.
Strong presentation skills and experience.
Ability to negotiate difficult situations and provide strategic solutions on an ad hoc basis.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to multi-task and work effectively under specific deadlines.
Proficient in the use of personal computers, Microsoft Word and Excel, with specific knowledge of Quick Books and Power Point preferred.
Ability to attend night and /or weekend Town Hall meetings and Parish Finance Council meetings.
Ability to travel throughout the Archdiocese of Detroit.
For a complete job description please visit
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to

Executive Director (Saline)
Saline Main Street is seeking an experience Executive Director for it's nationally accredited Michigan Main Street program in Saline, Michigan. Saline is a community continually ranked by CNN/Money Magazine as one of America’s Top 100 Best Places to Live and by Bloomberg Business Week as The Best Place to Raise Kids in Michigan in 2013.

We are looking for a leader with solid people and communication skills who can develop and accomplish goals, manage people and multiple priorities. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential, and supervisory skills desired. This individual will help continue Saline’s progress by taking the communities volunteer organization to the next level. Candidate should be one who displays an entrepreneurial, energetic and imaginative spirit as well as great organizational skills and ability to function effectively in an independent environment.

Preference will be given to candidates with education and experience in commercial district management, volunteer management, non-profit administration, finance, and small business development. Public relations, planning, administration, retailing, event management and historic preservation experience preferred. Candidate should also understand the issues confronting business people, property owners, public agencies, and community organizations.

A comprehensive wage and flexible benefits package offered DOE. The salary and flexible benefits are between $40,000-$47,500.

Send cover letter, resume, wage history and three references to Saline Main Street, c/o Karen Ragland at Position open until filled. EOE

Director of Programs (Brighton)
The Brain Injury Association of MI., a fast-growing nonprofit association with statewide influence and full agenda, is seeking a dynamic, detail-oriented professional who thrives in a fast-paced environment to supervise all program staff and volunteers involved with the programs and services. Major emphasis will be on creating, managing and continuously improving programs; and ensuring effective and timely information and referral (I&R) services are provided. This individual will be responsible for financial oversight of all programs and I&R services; as well as developing additional sources of revenues to include grants. A bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in business, psychology, health, education or related field is required; and at least five years’ experience in a management level position with supervisory experience is mandatory. Lesser experienced candidates need not apply. Send letter or inquiry to Application and job description will be provided. Application and resume are due by January 5, 2015.

Director of Development (Adrian)
The Adrian Dominican Sisters are an international Congregation of women religious whose roots go back to St. Dominic in the 13th century. We are committed to preaching the Word of God, the formation of community centered on faith, and ministry to further the values of the Gospel among ourselves and in our world. We minister in 25 states and in five countries: Canada, the Dominican Republic, Norway, the Philippines, and Taiwan. Responsive to the "signs of the times," we strive to address the needs of the world, to serve where we are called to go.

The Adrian Dominican Sisters are seeking a development professional who will be responsible for the effective planning, organization, direction and overall leadership of a comprehensive fund development program to advance the mission of the Congregation.

Please see full listing of responsibilities and qualifications at:

Bookkeeper / Billing Manager (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 Bookkeeper / Billing Manager. This individual would be responsible for implementing financial procedures for effective and efficient office operations. Maintain financial records in accordance with general accounting procedures. Prepare financial records for audits and work with all financial auditors. Review and post standard and recurring receivables and payables and create detailed reports. Prepare monthly budget vs. actual variance analyses. Perform reconciliations and analysis of account balances. Complete month-end close and reporting activities.

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

Good Luck!

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