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EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center - March 12, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Outreach and Community Education Manager (Ypsilanti)

In collaboration with the program services staff, develop and facilitate psycho-social/educational activities for specific community sub-groups utilizing a variety of educational strategies including social marketing and long distance learning.
Assist with development and facilitation of population assessment and program evaluation.
Oversee the financial assistance program for community members in crisis
Develop, implement and evaluate marketing plan to increase involvement of community members in HFM activities, and connect with those who are symptomatic for bleeding disorders but not yet diagnosed
Support Hemophilia Treatment Center initiatives as assigned by Program Services Director
Coordinate regional social work accreditations for annual regional meeting and other social work conferences.
Assist as needed with major HFM programming efforts

Masters degree in Social Work, Public Health or Education, with the intention to earn social work license within three years post hiring
At least 2 years community experience, preferably with a population with chronic disease
Detail oriented, highly dependable, able to work independently
Creative and energetic in the development of new activities and nurturing positive relationships with community members
Ability to work a flexible schedule with occasional travel
Highly proficient in Microsoft Office products
Desired qualifications:

Familiarity with use of social media in health promotion
Experience with event planning
Work with diverse populations
Experience with developing and facilitating webinars
Excellent writing skills in the areas of health education curriculum and print and web materials
Include salary requirements.

Submit cover letter and resume to; no telephone calls please. Closing date April 1, 2015.

Executive Director (Port Huron)
Community Enterprises of St. Clair County (CESCC) is a private non-profit organization. The purpose of this organization is to assist adults with intellectual/developmental disability to live and work successfully within their community.In fulfillment of this purpose; CESCC operates out of three locations in St. Clair County, serving 300 participants and employs 71 full-time staff with an annual budget of $4,300,000.

The Executive Director functions as the Chief Executive Officer for Community Enterprises of St. Clair County. (S)he is responsible for the implementation of programs and services that fulfill the adopted agency mission. This individual provides the leadership and support to the board and staff in the formation of vision, policy, and strategy necessary to effectively conduct operations so that the agency’s stated purposes are accomplished. Qualifications include: Degree in Social Science and/or Business with 5-10 years corporate management experience. Knowledge of and experience in field of developmental disabilities.

How to Apply: Send resume with cover letter to the attention of Michaeline Ward-Terry at or by mail to 1033 26th Street, Port Huron MI 48060. Applications will be accepted between March 12th, 2015 and April 16th, 2015.

Director of Membership and Finance (Lansing)
Non-profit association. In collaboration with the ED, staff and committees, the Director of Membership and Finance is responsible to provide financial and accounting management, member services, office management and services to the association under the guidance of the Executive Director.

Execute and manage financial and accounting systems including:
Accounts receivable
Accounts payable
Processing payroll and payroll taxes
Maintaining the general ledger and chart of accounts
Processing monthly financial statements
Reconciling bank statements
Maintaining the budget
Process and maintain employee insurance and retirement plans
Meetings, Events and Membership:

Assist with meetings and events – exhibit hall planning and coordination of recruitment, programs and exhibitor contracts
Administer “MOA Partner Program” financial records and participation
Travel to programs, meetings and projects as necessary and assigned
Assist with membership questions, retention and recruitment

5-10 years of accounting experience
Non-Profit Association experience
5 years of office management experience
Excellent written and verbal skills
Experience using Microsoft Office and Sage Accounting Software
Ability to work effectively with multiple individuals and manage several projects at once
Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to MOA at by March 18, 2015. No calls, please.

Holland Program Manager (Holland)

In collaboration with the Development team, develop and execute Kids’ Food Basket Holland Program’s annual fundraising plan to develop a sustained base of annual support.
Secure financial support from individuals, community organizations, foundations and corporations.
Develop, steward, and maintain ongoing relationships with donors and volunteers.
Collaborate with other staff on the organization and planning of special events and event related fundraising initiatives.
Serve as a Kids’ Food Basket Holland area ambassador by communicating the mission of Kids’ Food Basket, as well as hunger issues in West Michigan, including speaking at internal and external events.
Assist with organization, promotion, and project management of all third-party fundraising initiatives, as needed.
Participate in Food System collaborative efforts in Ottawa County.
Coordinate content and execute messaging of Kids’ Food Basket Holland Program on electronic media platforms, in collaboration with other staff.
Greet volunteers and donors, provide tours, and share the Kids’ Food Basket story with them.
Build new relationships and maintain current relationships in Holland with youth populations from schools, service groups, congregations and other mediums.
Identify and cultivate opportunities for service and non-service populations to be able to volunteer through on/off-site projects.
Serve as the liaison between Kids’ Food Basket and the youth that participate in the Kids Helping Kids program.
For complete details go to

Send cover letter and resume to:

Administrative Assistant-Communications (Flint)
Administrative Assistant—Communications

The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation has an opening for an administrative assistant in its Communications Department. This individual will report to the Vice President-Communications and work at the Foundation’s headquarters in Flint, Michigan. Candidates should have:

ability to handle media inquiries with discretion/tact;
maturity, sound judgment and strong customer service orientation;
solid written/verbal communication skills, including ability to compose letters, memos, e-mail and other written communications;
strong proofreading skills and eye for detail;
ability to organize and maintain files/records;
ability to work effectively on multiple projects simultaneously;
ability to carry out duties without close supervision;
good scheduling and calendar-management skills;
ability to make extensive travel arrangements and complete related expense reports;
proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite (Word-Excel-PowerPoint-Outlook), Adobe Acrobat Pro enabling work with PDF files, and HTML basics;
ability to use web to download/upload/search, etc.;
ability to learn new technologies to enhance productivity (e.g., web-based project-scheduling tools, such as Smartsheet); and
5-10 years’ experience in similar position.
Preference may be given to candidates with experience in a communications firm/communications department of an organization focused on creating positive social change. Prior experience handling media inquiries is desirable.

Interested individuals should apply by March 31 with cover letter/resume/references/salary requirement to:
Julie Flynn, Manager, Human Resources
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
503 S. Saginaw St., Suite 1200
Flint, MI 48502-1855

The Mott Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diversity of thinking, background, and perspective among its staff. This position offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Detroit-based Consulting Associate (Detroit/Minneapolis)
The ideal candidate knows a lot of people working in the fields of creative place-making, the arts, cultural development and affordable housing, and understands Detroit’s many neighborhoods and communities. You do not need to be a development expert when you start, but you will learn a great deal through this job. Occasionally travel to Minneapolis.

Job Description:

Coordination and Relationship Development
Be Artspace’s eyes and ears in Detroit
Help manage relationships with key partners
Manage calendar for travel, and client, committee and internal meetings
Coordinate contract drafting and execution
Manage invoice scheduling and tracking
Create presentation visuals for meetings, speaking engagements
Assemble reports, documents and deliverables
Coordinate with marketing department
Track and respond to incoming inquiries via phone and email
Take minutes at meetings and other consulting discussions
Coordinate planning for retreats in Detroit and Minneapolis.

Excellent communication – written, in person, on the phone, and via web conferencing
Savvy on the computer – including Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, PowerPoint/Keynote, and Social Media
Independent worker – detail oriented, able to prioritize and self-manage
Positive, open-minded attitude – there are endless obstacles to what we do; we need people who are not easily deterred
Flexible hours.
The details:

Part-time temporary position, averaging 10-15 hours per week for up to two years
Salary – TBD, based on experience
E-mail resume and cover letter to:
Shaela Wilson, HR Contact
612-333-9089 (fax)

Communications Officer (Troy)
The Communications Officer will be responsible for identifying, researching, and writing complex, multi-source news stories, press releases, case studies, videos, and other materials to promote understanding, of Kresge’s grantmaking and investing through compelling data-driven story telling across all media. This positon services as an integral partner, strategic advisor to guide and execute communication plans that advance the priorities of the foundation.
Please send cover letter with salary requirements and resumes to

Executive Director (Ypsilanti)
The Depot Town CDC is seeking a passionate and highly motivated individual to become the organization’s Executive Director.

This position will manage the daily activities of the Depot Town CDC and reports to the Board of Directors. The director will be tasked with overseeing and growing the Paint Ypsilanti Project, which utilizes volunteers and community resources to provide free exterior home renovations for selected recipients that are unable physically and/or financially to keep up the maintenance of their homes.
This position is best suited for someone with a diverse set of skills that is a self-starter; eager to learn of the fly; and comfortable leading volunteers. It is helpful to have a general understanding of construction, home renovation and landscape architecture, though not required.

Job Duties:

Develop and implement both short-term and long-term strategies to ensure positive community outcomes and adherence to organizational mission
Work with the Board of Directors to develop and execute an annual fundraising plan
Submit applications for grants and funding opportunities, develop and expand corporate partnership program, develop new revenue channels
Responsible for creation and management of annual budget
Create and implement marketing strategy, increase social media engagement and oversee website and other digital assets
Keep detailed project records while managing multiple projects simultaneously
Interview, assess and score program applicants
Facilitate communications and project scheduling with partner organizations
Compensation: Commensurate with experience

To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter by email to erik (at)

Finance Associate - Part Time (Lansing)
The Capital Region Community Foundation is seeking an employee to serve as its finance associate on a part-time basis for approximately 15-20 hours per week. The finance associate provides financial, administrative and clerical services that support the financial, accounting and investment functions of the Community Foundation. His or her principal functions will be processing gifts, generating receipts and reconciling donations as well as assisting with accounts payable, the preparation of journal entries and financial reporting. He or she also will provide clerical assistance for the vice president of finance.

Position requirements:
An associate’s degree in finance or accounting is preferred, but is not required.

This position requires significant experience directly related to entering and processing financial transactions, with at least 3 years of experience providing high-level clerical and administrative support to a finance/accounting department.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your relevant background, experience and salary requirements. Submissions may be mailed to:

Emily L. Matthews
Chief Operating Officer
Capital Region Community Foundation
330 Marshall St., Suite 300
Lansing, MI 48912

Email submissions may be sent to:

For a full description, including salary range, visit

Marketing Specialist (Ann Arbor)
The Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) is seeking a part-time marketing, communications, or outreach professional to join its eleven-person staff coordinating programs and volunteer efforts to protect and restore the Huron River.

The part-time Marketing Specialist is primarily responsible for the successful planning and implementation of environmental education and outreach programming that supports several distinct but related projects across the organization. Projects are generally focused on reducing stormwater runoff and other impacts to the Huron River system and include the objectives of raising awareness of watershed and water quality issues among targeted populations and changing attitudes and behaviors in order to reduce nonpoint source pollution. The Marketing Specialist also works collaboratively with HRWC marketing and development staff to market the organization’s events, represent HRWC at public events, develop internal procedures and implement communications strategies that support organizational objectives.

For a complete job description including responsibilities and qualifications go to
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume (2 pp max), and three references to Laura Rubin, Executive Director,

Project Coordinator (Detroit)
Council of Michigan Foundations: Project Coordinator, Learning Services

Summary: As a member of the CMF Core Staff Team, Program Coordinator will report to the Director, Learning Services. This position will develop deep connections within inclusive communities through networking, welcoming and engaging to encourage participation in the philanthropic community and to facilitate pathways to advancement in the philanthropic field. With direction from the Director of Learning Services this position will provide program development, event and project development, planning, coordination, and communications.


Bachelor’s degree required in Philanthropy, Education, Public Administration, or related field
At least 3 years program coordination/management experience or demonstrated equivalent
Social media experience
Event planning experience
High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
The full job description can be found on our website,

Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter, resume and salary requirement to Tammie TenBroeke at

Director Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society (Douglas)
The Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society is a non-profit 501(c)3 “organization of over-achievers” in the lovely resort towns of Saugatuck and Douglas, located along the shore of Lake Michigan in Southwest Michigan. With this announcement, the Society will hire its first full-time employee and director.

Job Title: Director

Education: Bachelor’s degree (minimum) and advanced degree preferred in Museum Studies, Non-Profit Administration or a discipline related to the museum’s mission and collections.

Desirable experience, skills, and knowledge:

Excellent organizational skills.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Strong working knowledge of digital technology tools.
Past success working with a board of directors.
Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising skills.


Competitive salaried (starting at $40,000 per year) position with monetary allowance for benefits, including flexible health care allowance, sick leave, vacation time, and opportunities for professional development.


If the qualifications can be met, a substantive letter of interest accompanied by a current resume and three references with complete contact information should be sent via e-mail and attachments only no later than Monday, May 3, 2015 to:

Sharon M. Kelly, Board President
Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society
PO Box 617
Douglas, MI 49406

Questions may be made in writing to Fred Schmidt at

Human Resources and Total Rewards Officer (Troy)
The Human Resources and Total Rewards Officer drives the day-to-day operations for payroll, health and welfare benefits, and retirement plan benefits. Major responsibilities include implementing administrative practices to ensure legal compliance with government regulations and conformity with plan documents, documenting procedures, maintaining critical documents, supporting daily administrative functions, and managing special projects. Works in close collaboration with vendors, consultants, brokers, legal, investments, and finance departments.
Please send cover letter with salary requirements and resumes to by April 2, 2015.

Children's Health Access Program Director (Lansing - Flexible)
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 coupled with the 2-1-1 system will link families with a variety of community resources to address social determinants of health.

The Michigan Association of United Ways (MAUW) is seeking a Director to maximize MI-CHAP’s impact, through leading a statewide expansion of the CHAP model. He/she will be an experienced professional in developing, evaluating and implementing statewide projects; have the ability to develop partnerships with a variety of stakeholders and be effective in executing braided funding.

-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 -Secure and coordinate statewide Medicaid Outreach fund match for applicable MI-CHAP activities with Health Plans -Steward a strong culture based on MAUW’s commitment to diversity and inclusiveness

-Bachelor’s degree required, Masters desirable in public health, public administration, or similar -Strong project management capability, meets timelines and is accountable -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 -Willingness to travel statewide

Please send resume and cover letter indicating your interests and availability to Nancy Lindman; in the subject line of your email, please write “MI-CHAP Director”.

Finance Manager Detroit Historical Society - Part Time (Detroit)
The Finance Manager (FM) is responsible for all finance functions of the Detroit Historical Society. The FM works closely with the Managing Director and Executive Director. This is a “hands on” position requiring skills in budget development and management, financial software, and management of day-to-day financial matters. In addition to finance responsibilities, the FM provides direction and oversight of human resources needs, including benefits negotiation and other employee matters. The FM will have access to the HR committee and/or external consultants for subject-matter expertise and support.

Position is part time. Hours and benefits are negotiable.

Duties include:

Prepare annual and monthly budgets, forecasts and financial reports
Design and maintain financial reports associated with ongoing operations
Develop and utilize forward-looking models and financial analyses to provide insight into operations and business plans
Engage the leadership and Finance Committee to develop short, medium, and long-term financial plans and projections
Coordinate audits and filing of taxes
Ensure legal and regulatory compliance
Manage payroll, accounting, insurance and financial processes and procedures
Monitor investment portfolio results and cash flow
Oversee some duties of support person who will assist the FM with day-to-day finance and HR duties

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in finance
Experience in HR administration a plus
Ability to take initiative and seek opportunities to improve existing and develop new processes
Please forward resume and cover letter with salary requirements by March 31 to:
Kate Baker
Managing Director
5401 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
No Phone Calls, Please

Director, Major Gifts and Corporate Relations (Detroit)
The Director, Major Gifts and Corporate Relations has responsibility for cultivation and solicitation of major gifts. This position provides leadership for the major gift officers, their goals and activities, and the corporate giving program. This position works closely with the Vice President of Development and volunteer leadership in attaining stated goals. This position also serves as liaison to one (or more) DIA auxiliary support group.

To view a complete job description and to apply online, please visit Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Director, Campaign (Detroit)
The Director, Campaign has responsibility for the cultivation and solicitation of endowment campaign gifts in concert with the other Development officers responsible for annual, major, corporate, and planned giving. This position also coordinates the Campaign Committee of the Board of Directors. This position serves as liaison to one (or more) DIA auxiliary support group.

To view a complete job description and to apply online, please visit Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Development Associate (Ann Arbor)
The Development Associate provides direct support to the Senior Director of Advancement in the implementation of a comprehensive marketing and fund-raising program that is focused on institutional support; individual, corporate, and foundation donors; and special events.

Support departmental cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of all donors.
Conduct corporate, foundation, and individual prospect research at the direction of the Senior Director of Advancement, and recommend prospects for solicitation.
Assist in the preparation of grant proposals and reports as needed.
Process donations, acknowledgement letters, and other correspondence.
Maintain foundation, corporate, and individual donor files.
Coordinate and implement direct mail and email initiatives.
Plan and coordinate major events.
Handle administrative details associated with the Advancement Committee meetings.
Support social media efforts as needed.
Other duties as assigned by the Senior Director of Advancement.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Bachelor's degree in a related field.
A minimum of three years' experience in an administrative position, preferably in a not-for-profit development office
A solid understanding of fund-raising databases, including segmentation, tracking, and donor research capabilities is required, as well as overall computer literacy and proficiency with MS Word and Excel.
Excellent skills: verbal, written, customer service and interpersonal.
Ability to organize and prioritize work
Ability to work collegially in a small group situation.
Salary Range: $27,500 - $35,000
Full description at Send resume and cover letter to

Director of Community Connections (Southfield)
The Director of Community Connections, under the direction of the Community Connections Board provides leadership to Community Connections. The Director is responsible for business development, evaluation of outcomes and growth, as well as overall success of the program, including financial member satisfaction, risk, and stewardship. This position supervises mentors, coaches, chapter coordinators and staff. A high level of accountability to the board for fundraising, strategic planning, advocacy, and maintaining critical external community relationships.
The ideal leader for this career opportunity will have a bachelor's degree (or higher) in Gerontology, Social Work, Business Development, and other related degrees. Three to Five years experience and knowledge of senior services, evaluating outcomes and business development. Position main office is in Southfield Michigan. Oversight of Community Connections offices in Greater Detroit Midtown and Harbor Springs.
To apply visit and attach your resume, complete an application, and complete the brief assessment that follows the application. We offer a competitive salary and great benefits. – EOE -

Director of Special Events (Livonia)
Plans, manages, prepares and conducts special events such as dinner auctions, golf outings and black tie events, luncheons, dinners and receptions for the organization. Coordinates fundraising, recognition, alumni, constituent, presidential, campaign, and university-wide special events. Provides special event planning support. Works with other campus-related events as a consultant. Manages and maintains event budgets to include working with the VP to plan, conduct, set annual financial and attendance goals, and analyze results of special events. Provides comparative reports on events, including return on investment. Oversees and maintains event attendance and payments, and receipt process for fundraising events, including non-cash gifts. Develops a promotional plan with others to ensure maximum attendance and participation at annual events. Maintains spreadsheets of events, monitors and tracks attendance. Assists in identifying and cultivating major donor gift prospects. Builds relationships and maintains a pool of donors and prospective donors for cultivation, solicitation and ongoing stewardship. Secures corporate and individual sponsorships. Monitors recognition programs and donor achievement, collaborating with others. Initiates mailing lists for special events, knows targeted audience and works with team to finalize. Identifies and establishes volunteer committees, consisting of internal and external members, to support events. Trains and works with volunteers, staff and outside vendors to implement successful special events to include oversight of assignments, communication and stewardship. Oversees State of Michigan raffle license applications for fundraising projects.

Bachelor's degree with three to five+ years equivalent work experience in special event management or related field, preferably in higher education development.

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Nonprofit Summer Food Internship (Dearborn)
Summer Child Nutrition Internship
Zaman International, a leading humanitarian non-profit organization in Dearborn, Michigan providing humanitarian assistance to marginalized women with children.
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally funded program intended to feed kids during the summer months at sites such as parks, schools, or community centers; Zaman is a summer food service program sponsor that manages feeding sites of its own choice.
We are seeking a intern to manage Zaman's summer food program. This program runs from June to September 4th, 2015. This is a unique opportunity to build your resume. This unpaid internship will require 20 hours of office time per week and a monthly travel stipend.
Responsibilities / Task

Recruit summer food serving sites
Arrange group training dates for new and old sites
Compile training material
Identify site supervisors
Manage and monitor sites and site supervisors
Regularly monitor sites activity and compliance
Validate vendor meal deliveries
Communicate meal pattern trends to vendor
Ensure sites have compliance papers displayed on site
Adequately record corrective action needed to ensure meal service is compliant
Access the electronic system for recording meals served
Follows preset program guidelines

Some university coursework required
Experience with Microsoft Office programs required
Previous youth mentor
Experience with K-12 year old children
Health and nutrition experience helpful
Strong communication skills
DEADLINE to apply March 25th.
Interested individuals may submit a resume and cover letter to

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