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EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - February 13, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Quality Manager (Inkster)
Primary Purpose:
The Quality Manager leads and/or supports activities related to quality at the organizational level as well as within the clinical, Head Start/Early Head Start, and early childhood and community divisions. Primary responsibilities include agency accreditation, recipient rights, compliance and risk management, performance and quality improvement, program licensure, program development & evaluation, client satisfaction, and measuring and reporting client outcomes. The Quality Manager chairs ad hoc committees and task groups and provides technical assistance to Director of Quality, Evaluation, and Innovation; COO; and Program Directors/Managers. The Quality Manager helps define professional development needs that support a strong and cohesive culture at Starfish as a “learning organization.”

Education and Experience Required:

Bachelor’s degree in Business/Public Administration, Public Health, or human service field (e.g., Social Work, Sociology, Psychology) with administration experience required. Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum two years of experience in quality improvement and program evaluation for a human service agency.
Exceptional project management, prioritization and planning skills, with demonstrated success producing high quality deliverables on time and within budget.
Prior experience managing agency accreditation for a complex, multi-disciplinary human service agency preferred.
Apply online:
Or email resume to:

Director of Development (Ann Arbor)
North Star Reach's mission is to provide a life-changing camp experience for children with serious health challenges. The organization is finishing a comprehensive capital campaign to support the construction of a medically based camp and secure initial operating funds. NSR is supported by partnerships with regional children's hospitals, and is a provisional member of SeriousFun Children's Network of camps.

The Director of Development will work closely with the CEO to plan, develop and maintain a comprehensive fundraising program to grow and sustain the financial capacity of NSR.

The Director Of Development will lead the strategic implementation of diversified fundraising programs, including the organization of volunteers, staff, special events and donor programs and organizational publications and communications. This person will internally lead, inspire and manage a multi-year fundraising plan/strategy to obtain philanthropic capital support to finish building the North Star Reach facilities and provide $3M in ongoing annual support to ensure sustainable programming and operations.

Key responsibilities for this position include:
Providing fundraising leadership for the organization Cultivating and managing donor relations Oversight and reporting of the Department of Development operations Leadership of the communications, marketing and public relations strategies

Qualified persons will possess:
Baccalaureate degree
Five years or more of progressively responsible development experience at a senior level in a non-profit setting Proven experience in securing six-figure gifts Experience in capital campaigns, building endowments, grants and major donor cultivation

Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to

A full position description is available at

Michigan State Director (Lansing)
We’re millions of members strong – with more joining us every day – the largest and “most powerful grassroots organization” around according to Fortune magazine. In fact, our commitment and collective strength enables us to serve and support a broad and diverse membership as well as embrace our own workplace diversity. If you’re ready, here’s your chance to take action throughout Michigan!

AARP has a nearly unprecedented opportunity in our Michigan State Office located in Lansing for a dynamic, innovative senior leader with significant knowledge of Michigan, who will be responsible for leading a cohesive, integrated and highly functioning enterprise for AARP in Michigan that focuses on increasing engagement, impact and relevance for the state’s growing population of 50+. As state director, you will manage and lead a successful strategic AARP business unit that enables the Association to achieve goals/objectives; act as a catalyst to bring together groups to advance the priorities of AARP and its membership; oversee budgets, staffing, volunteers and operations; establish/maintain effective statewide networks with policymakers and members of the community; and oversee the Association’s Advocacy, Communication and Outreach efforts across Michigan.

Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline, 10+ years of directly related experience, strong management and leadership skills, interpersonal skills, communication and organizational expertise, and demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations. In state travel up to 50%.

Qualified candidates are invited to apply online at

Administrative Assistant (Okemos)
Nonprofit organization in Okemos, Michigan is seeking a full time Administrative Assistant.

Working closely with the Administrative Director, the Administrative Assistant performs a variety of administrative and office support functions.

Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in internal and external customer relations, have strong communication skills, be adept at multitasking, and comfortable in a busy office environment.

Requirements include advanced computer skills with a high proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access. Excellent writing skills are a must. A minimum of two years of administrative experience required. Accounting knowledge preferred. Experience working with nonprofit organizations a plus and fund development/grant writing experience is highly desired.

Qualified applicants only: submit cover letter with salary requirements and resume to No phone calls please.
Deadline to apply: March 15, 2015

Child and Family Services of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Executive Director/Forensic interviewer (Owosso/Lansing)
The Child Abuse Prevention Council of Shiawassee County is seeking a dynamic Executive Director to serve as the chief executive officer to provide overall management and conduct forensic interviews for a multi-location, large-scale organization with a vision of growth and regionalism. For a full job description go to Qualified candidates may submit a cover letter and resume to by March 2,2015.

Administrator (Jackson)
Administrator - The Jackson Friendly Home, a nonprofit licensed residential facility with 45 beds for ladies 60 years and older, is seeking an exceptional Administrator who wants a rewarding opportunity to lead caring staff and work collaboratively with a board of directors to fulfill the organization's mission. Candidates must be able to illustrate the ability, passion and desire to ensure the health and well-being of elderly women. Prior experience working with a board in addition to possessing fundraising and grant writing abilities is preferred. Candidates must be, or have the ability to become, an expert at residential health care best practices. This position requires a diverse skill set, including knowledge of human resources, financial protocols, leadership and visioning. Salary range is $50,000 - $75,000 and is commensurate with experience and skills.
Essential duties include - maintenance of Quality Assurance Program, developing policies and procedures; public relations and community outreach; resident admissions screening.
Contact Shawn Christie at for more information and to apply. Position open until filled.

Operation HOPE Financial Mgmt Counselor (Detroit)
Deliver and coordinate the area’s financial literacy programs to include credit and money management, entrepreneurship, and homeownership with a focus on improving the financial profile of individuals. The focus on credit and money management will include implementing Operation HOPE’s Credit Counseling Program & 700 Credit Score Communities (700 CSC) initiative. Assist consumers seeking credit and money management counseling which include resolving client’s debt, credit and savings issues and, if applicable, loan origination guidance. Assistance and counseling includes in person one-on-one, group education, over the phone counseling and counseling via online capabilities. Additionally, the Financial Management Counselor will need to be cross-trained to provide other financial literacy workshops as needed.

If you are interested in this position, please contact for full job description. Deadline to apply: Monday, February 26, 2015.

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)
This position is targeted for individuals interested in the nonprofit financial or real estate industries. The position provides administrative and technology support to IFF’s Eastern Region office (Detroit Office). This includes data coordination, report design and generation, preparation and distribution of marketing, presentation and proposal materials, organizing project management files, arranging meetings, correspondence and filing, contract and invoice coordination, handling telephone, electronic, and in-person communications and making travel arrangements.

For more information and to apply, please visit

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

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

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

Please see FULL job description at:

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

The review of resumes will begin immediately.

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

Communication & Development Coordinator (Lansing)
League of Michigan Bicyclists (LMB) seeks an energetic, well-organized, and detail-oriented person to fill the role of Communications & Development Coordinator (CDC). This is a full-time position based at LMB’s headquarters in Lansing, MI along the scenic Lansing River Trail. This is a unique opportunity for a self-starter with initiative to join a growing membership-based organization. Reporting to the Executive Director, the CDC will be responsible for building LMB’s visibility and financial resources to support efforts to promote bicycling and the safety of bicyclists on Michigan roadways. This position will cultivate relationships with new and existing members/donors including individuals, clubs, shops, organizations, and will seek financial support from foundations and corporate sponsors. The CDC is responsible for public relations and generating media content for LMB communications. The CDC will also share general office and organizational responsibilities in a three-person non-profit office environment. Periodic evening and weekend work may be required.

Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Benefits include paid time off for holidays and vacation, health coverage, employer-matched retirement plan, and bicycle commuter tax credit.

To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and three references as one PDF to John Lindenmayer at Please include salary needs in your cover letter. The PDF file should be named as follows: LastName_FirstName_MNA.pdf. Please ensure that the subject line of your email includes the text “Communications and Development Coordinator.” The position is open until filled. LMB will begin reviewing resumes and requesting interviews on February 28, 2015.

Learn more at

Finance Director (Fraser)
The Director of Finance and Administration will be a strategic member of CARE of Southeastern Michigan’s Leadership Team. The successful candidate will be a hands on manager responsible for overseeing and completing all aspects of finance, audit, budget reporting, and financial analysis for the agency.
Oversees all financial components of the agency. Analyzes and presents financial data and information. In the performance of their respective tasks and duties all employees are expected to conform to the following: Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.

Bachelor Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or related field is required. At least five to ten years of professional finance/business experience, including leadership experience.

The ideal candidate has experience and ultimate responsibility for the quality and content of all financial data, reporting and audit coordination for either a division or significant program area for a nonprofit organization. Experience with grant management and tracking multiple grant sources. Experience with tracking federal funding. Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. A multi-tasker with the ability to wear many hats in a fast-paced environment.
Five years experience in managing a records system.

Please visit to apply or email your cover letter and resume to

CEO (Detroit)
General Statement of Responsibilities:

The Executive Director is responsible for providing leadership and oversight that ensures the development and maintenance of high quality services to youth, effective programming and treatment management and sound fiscal operations. Develops and maintains community relations and the development of opportunities for future services within a diverse community.

This position provides a vision and strategic direction and ensures that CCMO the mission is carried out in such a manner that optimum results are achieved in relation to the resources of the Organization. The Executive Director provides direction for all operations. Additionally, the Executive Director serves as liaison and reports to the CCMO Board of Directors.

Minimum Qualifications:
M.S.W. degree or related degree from an accredited college or university
Must be licensed as a certified social worker (CSW) or licensed in a related profession in the state of Michigan. ACSW Preferred.
Minimum 10 years progressively responsible administrative experience at an executive management or higher level.

Please reply to or via fax to: 734-513-1144.

Director of Development & Events (Brighton)
Make-A-Wish Michigan is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of Development & Events. The position will be based out of our Brighton Headquarters. The Director of Development & Events is responsible for revenue performance of and strategic direction of, in conjunction with the VP of Development, all Make-A-Wish Michigan internal and external events and initiatives. The Director is responsible for continuing the growth of events by collaborating with the team to increase support from the corporate community through sponsorships, committees and event participation. The Director of Development & Events will manage a staff of 4 event managers across the state and will provide complete financial analysis and metrics reporting for a $3M+ revenue stream. Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s Degree and have five to eight years of relevant work experience in non-profit fundraising, staff management and event planning.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to

Program Manager (Clinton Township)
Macomb County Community Services Agency
Office of Senior Services

$53,771.42 - $67,214.27

Under direction, assists in the development, implementation and coordination of the programs and activities within the programs under the Community Services Agency; advances program development through partnerships with organizations and businesses; analyzes program data to ensure program outcomes; assists in grant development and budgeting processes; supervises work activities of program staff; performs related duties as assigned.

Requires minimum of a Bachelor Degree in Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or a related field from an accredited college or university.
Must have five (5) years of supervisory experience. Previous experience with grant management is preferred.

For a complete job description, benefits information and online application instructions, please visit our website at:


President & CEO (Grand Rapids)
President and CEO

ICCF is a comprehensive housing and community development corporation serving Grand Rapids and surrounding counties in western Michigan since 1974. Through the development and construction of affordable housing units and the delivery of a broad array housing and life skill learning opportunities more than 2200 households are served each year.
The next President and CEO of ICCF will combine the unique qualifications of servant leadership, a passionate commitment to the principles of biblical justice and proven credentials as a gifted business visionary. Possession of a Master’s degree in business, social work, public administration or other appropriate fields is strongly preferred. Previous experience living in and working in Western Michigan and exposure to real estate development are highly desirable.
Additional information about ICCF and this position can be found at
Please direct letters of inquiry and resumes to

Development Coordinator (Alpena)
Library Development Coordinator is responsible for fundraising, grantwriting and marketing of Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library. Full-time with benefits. Requires excellent communication skills, organizational skills and creativity. 4-year degree and/or considerable experience in field. To apply, submit resume and cover letter to Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library, 211 N. First Ave. Alpena, MI 49707. Electronic submissions to acceptable. Full position description available on Library website. Applications are due by 5:00pm, Monday, Feb. 23

Middle Gift Manager (Detroit)
Job SummaryCultivates donor relationships that support the Lutheran Social Services of Michigan’s (LSSM) mission and vision. Develops and implements strategies for growing financial support for donors in assigned portfolio.

Job Expectations (Essential Functions, Specific Duties and Responsibilities):

Develop and maintain a portfolio of middle gift prospects and implement strategies for growing donor contributions.
Partner with team members to create and implement strategies for donor cultivation, solicitation and closure.
Identify, cultivate and solicit current donors, maintaining rewarding relationships.
Plan and participate in fundraising activities, interacting with current donors.
Analyze planned giving trends and identify areas of opportunities.

Job Qualifications:

Education, Training, and Licensure/Certification
Bachelor’s degree in Philanthropy, Business, Management, Public Relations, Marketing, Journalism, English or related field
Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) certification desired


Three years’ experience in fundraising arena; experience with donor moves management preferred

Knowledge Skills and Abilities

Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to read, write and speak fluent English
Proficiency in basic data management systems and computer applications
Working knowledge of Raisers' Edge software (Blackbaud) preferred
Detailed oriented with problem-solving, research and analytical skills
Please submit resume to: with Middle Gift Manager in the subject heading.

Health Systems Innovation Implementation Specialist (Okemos)
Purpose: Lead collaborative learning networks and project implementation in the areas of innovative healthcare and/or community health programming. The position requires facilitation skills and collaboration with staff, multiple external partners and vendors. Successful candidates will demonstrate leadership experience in health system transformation, community health programming, quality improvement, policy, financing, and/or research.
All applicants must apply online on the Careers page of, no emailed, mailed or faxed resumes will be accepted.
MPHI is an EEO/AA employer and prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
MPHI participates with E-Verify.

Health Systems Innovation Project Manager (Okemos)
Purpose: Ensure the design and execution of large, complex health innovation projects that meet the needs of public and private sector clients and partners. The position requires coordinating efforts of staff, multiple external partners and vendors. Successful candidates will demonstrate leadership experience in health system transformation, quality improvement, policy, financing, and/or research.
All applicants must apply online on the Careers page of, no emailed, mailed or faxed resumes will be accepted.
MPHI is an EEO/AA employer and prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
MPHI participates with E-Verify.

Development Team Member (Grand Rapids)
We are building capacity on our Development Team and are seeking a full-time, motivated, team-oriented individual at our main location in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This position will be tailored to suit the skill set of the individual who is the most qualified and the best fit for our team and could range from an assistant position to a senior management position. The position may include the following responsibilities:

Potential Job Responsibilities:
Annual Fund
Major Gifts
Community Partners
Event Management
Fund Development Committee

Skills and Qualifications:
Passion for attacking childhood hunger
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred in relevant area Fundraising experience or comparable knowledge/skills Major gift cultivation and solicitation preferred Experience speaking in front of groups, making presentations and leading group from 5-300 consisting of all ages and backgrounds.
Excellent writing skills
Experience working with leadership volunteers and committee-managed projects preferred 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.
The full job description may be viewed at
Send cover letter and resume to:

Submit by Feb. 17th, 2015 - NO CALLS PLEASE

Membership Team Leader/Regional Manager (Ypsilanti)
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is seeking a full-time, exempt Membership Team Leader/Regional Manager to be based in the Ypsilanti Region. Position reports to Chief Membership and Program Officer. Supervisory position.

The Membership Team Leader/Regional Manager is accountable for increasing girl and adult membership in the Ypsilanti Region. Will supervise Membership Specialists and work with the team to meet membership goals. Responsible for the development and implementation of recruitment, retention and recognition strategies for adult and girl members in all segments of the population based on research and analysis of community demographics and needs.

Position is also responsible for providing oversight of regional culture and overall regional staff behavior to create and support a cohesive, positive atmosphere.

Minimum of five years’ experience with non-profits and/or youth service organization.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a related field.
Past supervisory and leadership experience desired.
Will work evening and weekend hours.

For full job description and to apply online please go to

HR Generalist (Detroit)
Apparatus Solutions, Inc. (Apparatus) is a team of dedicated professionals whose goal is to bring exceptional talent and value to nonprofit and social impact organizations.

We are currently looking for an HR Generalist to join the team. Responsibilities/Objectives include but not limited to:

Administers various human resource plans and procedures for all personnel; assists in the development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains employee handbook and policies and procedures manual.
Assists Apparatus (and Clients) with performance reviews, succession/career planning, organizing team events/outings and benefit administration and evaluation, as needed.
Leads Apparatus in identifying and recruiting exceptional talent to join the growing team – including job descriptions, interviews, reference checks, etc.
Completes special projects clarifying objectives; setting schedules/timelines; conducting research; organizing information and delivering results
Manages client expectations by communicating status and issues; resolving concerns; analyzing time and providing solutions.
Additional needs that comes from an entrepreneurial company that is on the fast track for growth.
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree and five years’ human resource experience.
This position could be full or part-time. Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to

Program Specialist (Detroit)
This position is responsible for planning and managing a grant funded “Financial Empowerment Program” in Title 1 designated schools in the cities of Detroit, Flint and Pontiac. The Program Specialist will be responsible for managing the grant and ensuring that all of the requirements of the grant are met. She/He will be responsible for building relationships in the schools and with banking partners. In addition, the Program Specialist will be expected to recruit, train and manage a team of facilitators who will deliver the financial literacy program to girls in a school based program. The Program Specialist incorporates current GSUSA program and the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) into the design of all events. She/he develops and implements project plans and maintains relationships with volunteers, community partners, preferred sites and vendors.

Position Qualifications:

Bachelors degree or equivalent experience in related field; Minimum of three (3) years project management and program implementation and/or event planning experience.
Experience working with and/or executing a youth-focused program or initiative. Knowledge of girl development, a plus.
Demonstrated skills in creative thinking, problem-solving and innovation.
Demonstrated skills in administration, budgeting and teamwork.
Ability to recruit, support and evaluate adult volunteers.
Proven track record in developing relationships with staff volunteers and community organizations.
Ability to develop event content to meet Council goals.
Ability to analyze statistical information.
Send resume to

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