Saturday, April 11, 2015

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center -April 10, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Production Manager/Technical Director (Detroit)
A full-time position responsible for budgeting/ scheduling/coordinating the work of various technical contractors and Mosaic staff related to production. Oversees the cost effectiveness/planning of the entire production process; is responsible for set construction /coordinating necessary maintenance of tech equipment/ facilities/supplies.

Responsibilities include:

Develop yearly production calendars with artistic team
Attend weekly production meetings as scheduled and additional meetings as needed;
Work with show Director/technical contractors to plan technical aspects of productions.
Distribute information to Mosaic staff, technical contractors and other key stakeholders as needed;
Determine necessary technical supports
Assist guest designers with technical matters.
Hire, supervise set construction crews within budgetary constraints and assist with set construction and stage management.
Hire and supervise load-in, load-out and run crews within budgetary constraints.
Monitor condition of equipment
Assist with preparation/management/communication of production budgets; maintain inventories and order production supplies.
Plan/prepare/manage strike and tech week schedule
Final review of production expenses with Associate Artistic Director
Act as Technical support to First-Stage Technical Stagecraft Lead Teaching-Artist.
Act as Scenic Designer and/or Lighting Designer for all Main Stage productions.
Act as Scenic and/or Lighting Designer for Studio Productions.
Act as Master Carpenter on all productions.
Oversee/maintain Black Box Theatre, and Scene Shop/Storage.
Participate in Tech Contractor hiring process.
Handle facility needs/serve as liaison at Mosaic’s office location, working with onsite UPSM facility staff.
Responsible for management of Mosaic's main office building facilities.
To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume, three references to; subject:
Production Manager/Technical Director.
No phone calls please.

Funding Development Manager (Grand Ledge)
This position leads development of funding strategies and grant proposals and conducts research to identify funding sources to support our clients’ needs.


Minimum 5 years experience performing comparable duties
Bachelor’s Degree completion
Well-organized with great attention to detail
Demonstrated ability in juggling and prioritizing numerous tasks concurrently
Documented success in grant proposal writing
Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Apple experience preferred
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing

Facilitate client meetings, including developing agendas, driving discussions toward defined next steps, providing recommendations, and conducting follow-up
Draft, refine, edit, and finalize grant applications, program descriptions, case statements, and other documentation to support funding cultivation for client programs
Conduct funding research to proactively identify sources for supporting client initiatives and develop strategies to align funding sources with client priorities
Lead client projects in collaboration with other team members and in accordance with contracted scopes of work, timelines, and hour allocations
Adhere to processes and procedures, and help maintain and improve work product and client management procedures
Contribute to business development through leading or participating in meetings with existing and prospective clients and by supporting the development of Kuntzsch Solutions service proposals
Communicate professionally and effectively with clients, partners, and colleagues through email, phone, and in person

Salaried position, compensation commensurate with experience
Competitive medical benefits
IRA with employer match
Qualified candidates should submit resumes to

Director of Finance/Controller (Southfield)
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, a premier Senior Living and Service Organization invites qualified leaders to join our leadership team. Great compensation and benefits package including Paid Time Off, Bonus and Retirement plan with match.

Director of Finance/Controller

Responsible for maintaining, recording, and analyzing financial accounting transactions through the preparation of monthly financial statements, annual audits and tax reporting. Assist the VP of Finance in providing finance and accounting services throughout the organization by providing assistance/trouble shooting on recordkeeping and accounting systems; assisting in the preparation of annual budgets; maintaining a system of internal controls to ensure accurate recordkeeping. Provide advice, assist, support, train and guide business office personnel at the PVM Villages and supervise Corporate Finance department.

Candidate must have:

Bachelor’s degree with major in Accounting.
Certified Public Accounting Certificate
Ten to fifteen years related experience
Computer Skills

Intermediate to expert knowledge of spreadsheet and database software.
Experience with MAS-GL accounting software helpful.
Experience with BlackBaud Financial Edge software helpful.
To apply visit to complete application, upload resume, and complete assessment that follows application. EOE

Executive Director (Troy)
SMACNA (Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association) Metropolitan Detroit Chapter is actively seeking a candidate to fulfill the role of Executive Director. This position desires a minimum 4 year Bachelor’s Degree and at least 10 years working in the HVAC or Association industry (construction association experience is highly preferred). Candidate must have strong experience in the following areas: public relations, meeting / planning, labor relations, industry relations, governmental affairs, budgeting / financial management and Association Management administration. Excellent communication and problem solving skills are required. Candidate must be willing to travel 4-6 times annually. Full time position comes with excellent Salary, Car Allowance, Health Benefits, Vacation and 401K. Send resume or email request for full job description at Application deadline April 30, 2015.

Senior Advisor to President on Leadership Gifts (Detroit)
This position is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for securing philanthropic support from a portfolio of individual donor prospects determined to have the ability to make leadership gifts (50K+). They will manage a portfolio of such individuals, including identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding the leadership gifts, primarily working with and utilizing the President of the Sphinx Organization.

Successful candidates will possess the following basic qualities:

Passion and deep understanding of Sphinx’s mission and core values
Exceptionally driven
Excellent communications skills
Highly dynamic and adaptive
Strong sense of accountability and professional ownership
Fluency with technology and commitment to creativity and innovation
Main responsibilities of the position include:

Manage prospect activity for his/her portfolio
Participate in all aspects of the gift cycle
Work with the President to design asking strategies, including bringing gifts to closure
Work with President to identify strong prospects for Board addition, with high personal and network capacity
Maintain stewardship portfolios, ensure a high level of cultivation, utilizing the President of the organization
Work collaboratively with the rest of the development Team
To Apply
Please submit salary history/requirements, cover letter and resume to Resumes accepted until position is filled.

Regional Veterans Coordinators (Various Locations)
MAC, in in partnership with the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency, is now soliciting applications for the position of regional coordinator. There are 10 such positions open in locations across the state.
"The Regional Coordinator will have the responsibility to develop and maintain relationships with Veteran Service Organizations Officers, County Counselors, MVAA partnered organizations (the Michigan Association of Veteran Service Counselors, members of the Coalition, Altarum, etc.), multiple external agencies (ex: Michigan Department of Human Services, Michigan Department of Community Health, etc.) and community resources (ex: Food Pantries, Volunteers of America, etc.) in their designated region within the state of Michigan as they relate to claims/benefits processing and the coordination of assets to ensure an ease of access to veteran assistance."

CLICK HERE to see the complete job description and application materials

TO APPLY: Send your application to or fax to (517) 482-4599. The application deadline is April 12, 2015.

Chief Development Officer (Detroit)
The Chief Development Officer administers and supervises all fundraising programs for the organization including corporate fundraising, direct mail, special events, and proposal/grant writing and planned giving. The CDO also oversees public relations, marketing, major gift cultivation, donor cultivation and donor database management, volunteers and event planning. The CDO works closely with the CEO to cultivate and maintain donor relationships. He/she also works with the Board of Directors and the Development Committee Chair to cultivate board contributions. Please submit resumes with cover letters including salary requirement to: Joyce Johnson-Maples, Chief Human Resources Officer, 26 Peterboro, Detroit, MI 48201 or

Resources Specialist (Detroit)
The Passport to Self-Sufficiency Resource Development Specialist is responsible for the administration, coordination, and development of resources for COTS’ Passport to Self-Sufficiency™. The Passport to Self-Sufficiency™ (PTS) is a poverty reduction and alleviation framework used across all programs and projects in the agency. Relevant, strategic, well-choreographed resources and a multi-pronged team approach are key provisions in navigating families from poverty to self-sufficiency. The PTS Framework consists of five (5) domains of engagement/intervention: Housing Stability, Financial Literacy, Education/Training, Career Training and Development, and Health & Well-being. A robust group of partners must be maintained across each of these domains. The PTS Resource Development Specialist should have an existing network of relationships that can be leveraged with our (COTS) existing network of relationships. This position also requires robust multi-faceted community engagement (i.e. agencies, families, organizations, councils, committees). Please submit resumes to: Joyce Johnson-Maples, Chief HR Officer, 26 Peterboro, Detroit, MI 48201; or

Assistant Director for Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance (Lansing)
Michigan Fitness Foundation seeks a talented Assistant Director for its trail program, Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance. Oversight of the Michigander Bicycle Tour and other indoor and outdoor trail-related events require an excellent event coordinator. Excellent writing, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills a must. Membership and fundraising logistics experience and trails knowledge and enthusiasm a plus. Full benefit package offered. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Submit cover letter and resume by Monday, April 20, 2015 to

Clinical Case Manager - Trauma Focused (Detroit)
General Description
The Clinical Case Manager for the Trauma Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy program conducts assessment of trauma symptoms on all assigned youth, delivers Trauma-Focused services, and completes all required documentation for the program. Works collaboratively with the members of the treatment team to ensure treatment fidelity in the delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.

Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology. Two years of institution experience desired.

Must be able to meet State Licensing Standards, and should be able to be registered as a Social Worker, Counselor or Licensed Psychologist. This requires a telephone in the home and computer competency.

Submit resume' via email to via fax to 734-513-1144

Development Coordinator (Royal Oak)
The Development Coordinator – Database Management and Stewardship is part of the Detroit Zoological Society’s Development team and is responsible for the administration and management of DZS’ Raiser's Edge donor database including the processing and entry of donor information and contributions; acknowledgement of charitable contributions; extraction of data; and user support. S/he will also provide back-up support to the other administrative members of the development team.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Process all charitable gift transactions on a daily basis using Raiser’s Edge.
Manage the processing of matching gifts.
Establish and update member/donor records in the database.
Coordinate prompt and appropriate acknowledgement of all development gifts, utilizing Raiser’s Edge functionality to maximize efficiency and accuracy while providing personalization as appropriate.
Minimum Qualifications

Associate degree and/or equivalent level of knowledge required.
A minimum of two years experience in a nonprofit fundraising environment.
Excellent computer skills including a high level of proficiency in Raiser's Edge 7.91 or higher, Microsoft Excel and other MS Office applications.
Ability to provide leadership and training in the use of the Raiser's Edge database as it relates to Department needs.

Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in computer science, information systems, or related field.
Experience with Crystal Reports
Experience with membership-based institution(s) in the metropolitan Detroit area
For the full job description and to apply, please go to:

Retirement and Benefits Administrator (Troy)
We are looking for a talented, progressive thinking, and results driven individual to join our dynamic Human Resources team.

The Retirement and Benefits Administrator, reporting to the Director of Talent and Human Resources, handles the day-to-day administration of payroll, health and welfare benefits, and retirement plan benefits. Major responsibilities include executing administrative practices to ensure legal compliance with government regulations and plan documents, regularly updating procedures, supporting daily administrative functions, and managing special projects.

Please send cover letter with salary requirements and resume to by April 30, 2015.

Executive Director (Lansing)
The Michigan County Social Services Association (MCSSA) is looking for candidates to fill their half-time position of executive director.

The association represents the local DHS human services boards in all 83 counties in Michigan. It also advocates on behalf of the clients the Department of Human Services is mandated to serve as well as the local DHS offices.

For information please call 517-371-5303 or e-mail Shelley Jipson-Lomax at You may send your resume’ and salary requirements by e-mail to Ms. Jipson-Lomax or mail it to MCSSA, 809 Center St., Suite 4, Lansing MI 48906.

Coalition Coordinator, Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation (Chelsea)
The Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation (CWF) offers a unique grant funding process called 5 Healthy Towns Project (5H). Over the last 3 years we have provided $1.75M in funding to five communities. Each of the 5H communities has a coalition empowered to:

identify the wellness needs of their community
seek out programs (wellness interventions) which address these needs
prioritize which interventions are funded each year.
CWF has two staff members dedicated to supporting the coalitions. Both positions report directly to the Chief Executive Office of the Foundation. We are seeking an individual with the skills, experience and passion to serve as the Coalition Coordinator. This is a full time position. Below is the position summary, list of responsibilities and qualifications. We envision a May 1 start date. More information about CWF is available at

Please send resumes to Sheila Gillman at or 310 N. Main Street, Suite 203, Chelsea, MI 48118

Development Director (Ann Arbor)

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of Development

Overview: Development Director is responsible for all development and ensures the availability of sufficient financial resources for the fulfillment of Legacy’s mission. Legacy Land Conservancy has approximately 1,000 recurring contributors; 100+ major donors and an annual operating budget of approximately $750,000, with a planned increase to $1,000,000 over the next three years. The Development Director will also be responsible for managing the public phase of a $5 million capacity building campaign. Other responsibilities include representing the organization to the public and working with the Board of Directors and Board Committees.

Job Skills and Requirements: Bachelors degree and 3-5 years fundraising experience; proven track record of successful fundraising campaigns and major gift development; superior written and inter-personal communications skills; strong planning, analytical and multi-tasking skills; experience with donor management software; commitment to mission; flexibility and a sense of humor.

Compensation: Development Director compensation will be commensurate with qualifications, experience and industry standards. Includes a generous benefits package.

Legacy Land Conservancy protects forests, fields and wetlands by protecting natural lands and farmlands in Southern Michigan. Learn more at

To apply
Respond with résumé, cover letter, and salary requirements by April 17, 2015 to:
Erika Taylor
Operations Manager
Legacy Land Conservancy
1100 N. Main St. #203
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
or (email subject line: Development Director)

Multiple Positions for Master's Level Clinicians (Walled Lake)
We are seeking both full time and part time Master’s prepared clinicians with child, adolescent and adult experience to provide direct mental health and substance abuse treatment to a diverse population. The Clinician is responsible to: obtain, analyze and evaluate case data, develop an understanding of the client’s situation and to develop goals and planned responses, carry out the plan and/or alter the plan as new understandings demand, analyze and evaluate the course and results of the treatment process.

Additionally the Clinician will perform the administrative tasks related to assigned caseload and other work assignments as required by the agency; provide assistance, support and leadership to other staff members through consulting, teaching and other means as appropriate; coordinate program activities when assigned to do so.


Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work or related field.
To apply for this position, please visit our WorkForce Now Career Center at:

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

Program Assistant, Mentoring to Access Corps AmeriCorps Program (Lansing)
Position Responsibilities:

Support the dissemination of recruitment materials to potential AmeriCorps members and host sites.
Schedule and contribute to regular conference calls and webinars with site supervisors and AmeriCorps members.
Collect information from AmeriCorps members and host sites for mandatory reporting.
Coordinate and communicate logistics for AmeriCorps member and site supervisor training events and host site visits.
Maintain member files and other documentation.
Provide resources and technical assistance to AmeriCorps members and site supervisors.
Coordinate member enrollment and exiting.
Ensure member timesheets are submitted on time and are in compliance with program policies
Assist with regular program communications, including weekly member e-newsletter and social media posts.
Contribute to the overall missions of program partners, Mentor Michigan and Michigan Campus Compact, to support mentoring and college access initiatives in Michigan.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Bachelor’s Degree required
At least 1 year of office or administrative work experience
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and social media platforms
Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
Attention to detail
Experience working with databases, editing and entering information, pulling reports, etc.
Prior experience working with national service programs, mentoring, and/or colleges/universities preferred
Full posting available here.

How to apply: Submit resume and cover letter to Kelley Kuhn, Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at

Communications Coordinator (Lansing)
Job Location: Michigan Statewide Independent Living Council Office, 417 Seymour Suite 10, Lansing MI 48933
Job Title: Communications Coordinator
Status: Part-Time, Hourly
Number of Positions Open: 1
Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

Who Maybe Considered:

Personal experience with disability and/or extensive knowledge of disability issues.
A Bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least 1 years’ experience. Or, documented experience in a similar position for 2 or more years.
Demonstrated knowledge of the Independent Living Philosophy.
Demonstrated experience in coordinating multiple communication platforms including Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
Strong computer skills with specific knowledge of Microsoft Office products, web-design software and Adobe Design platform.
Job Description:

Provide leadership in the development of a comprehensive communication strategy that includes multiple forms of media.
Works collaboratively with Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) and Disability Network/Michigan to gather impact stories to promote the work of the SILC and Michigan’s Centers for Independent Living (CILs).
Manages the website and social media for both SILC and Disability Network/Michigan.
Assists in the development of brochures, reports and other materials, both the design and copywriting.
Develops monthly e-newsletter that promotes Independent Living in Michigan.
Manages the mailing list for electronic communication.
Application Deadline: April 15th , 2015

How to apply: Please Email resume, cover letter and any references to or mail to Michigan SILC Office, 417 Seymour Suite 10, Lansing MI 48933 for consideration. Persons with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply.

Grants Officer (Detroit)
The Grants Officer has responsibility for the preparation of formal written proposals submitted to individual, corporate, foundation and government funding sources. The Grants Officer also approves all formal written proposals to all funding sources that are initiated by any department of the museum.

To see a complete job description and to apply, please visit

The Detroit Institute of Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer

First Responder - Part-Time (Wayne)
Great opportunity to make a difference! Multiple positions open.

Good position for those with social work, women's studies, psychology, mental health, health/caregiver backgrounds!

Looking for part-time people to provide crisis intervention and support for residential (shelter) clients, callers on the 24-hour help-line and also provide on-call/in-person assault response advocacy to survivors at area hospitals and police departments. Comprehensive training and supervision provided.

Part-time position is variety of shifts (4p-12a, 12a-8a, 8a-4p) primarily evenings, midnights during the week, all three shifts on weekends (15-22.5 hours a week) includes some holidays.

Starting at $12/hour. Opportunities for advancement.

Qualifications: BA in social work/human services/related field; equivalent experience acceptable. Experience working with persons victimized by domestic/sexual violence and/or experience in crisis intervention and/or residential setting; match with agency mission, philosophy, strategic priorities, and core competencies essential. Ability to maintain a flexible schedule; valid driver's license, current auto insurance, criminal background check including national and MI sex offender registry, DHS clearance, have and maintain excellent driving record, reliable transportation required. Ability to lift 30 pounds on occasion. Bilingual a plus. EOE.

Send resume and cover letter to Desiree Herrick: No phone calls please.

First Step: Western Wayne County Project on Domestic and Sexual Violence

Community Response Survivor Advocate (Wayne County)
Description: Provide advocacy, crisis counseling, information, resources and support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, particularly within the criminal justice system; works in collaboration with police officers, prosecutors, and others to enhance systems response to survivors. Conduct outreach and maintain accurate client demographics, service statistics, and case examples for reporting purposes. Represent agency in various community settings. Comply with all grant and agency reporting. Support the First Step philosophy of empowerment, education and prevention of violence.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work or human services, Master’s degree a plus. Experience and knowledge about court advocacy and court procedures, preferably with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. Capable of handling crisis situations effectively. Demonstrated initiative, high professional standards, and excellent organizational skills. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently and with supervision. Demonstrated experience working effectively with people from diverse racial, economic and cultural backgrounds. Caring, empathetic, client-centered approach. Valid MI driver’s license, current auto insurance, criminal background check, sex offender registry check, Department of Human Services clearance, have and maintain excellent driving record, and reliable transportation required. Ability to lift 30 pounds on occasion. Bilingual (English/Arabic) a plus. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Benefits: Full-time position includes accrued sick and vacation time, holiday pay. Option for health, dental, vision after 90 days/Life insurance, long-term disability insurance after 120 days.

Send resume and cover letter WITH SALARY REQUIREMENTS to Desiree Herrick: E-mail:

Program Director and Watershed Coordinator Positions (Traverse City)
Conservation Resource Alliance is pleased to announce two open positions on our team. We are currently recruiting for a Program Director position and a Watershed Coordinator position. The Program Director will lead and build CRA’s respected on-the ground conservation programs teaming our highly capable staff with an expanding group of community partners. The Watershed Coordinator will work with community volunteers, agencies, and partners restoring and protecting Michigan’s finest rivers and habitats. The deadline for application is April 15. Learn more at

Annual Fund Data Base Coordinator - Part-Time (Detroit)
Fund Data Base Coordinator - Part-Time

The Annual Fund Data Base Coordinator works closely with the CAO to manage the annual fund data base on e-tapestry to provide accurate documentation and proper acknowledgement to/on each donor, new or recurring with a monthly reconciliation with the Finance and Business Administration Department to help maintain our fundraising efforts with all key areas of donations. and progressing with a high level of visibility and momentum that engenders a sense of excitement, optimism and confidence in achieving the annual funding goals of Detroit PAL.

* Desirable Credentials, Skills and Traits:

Excellent verbal and analytical skills.
Strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills.
Ability to manage, establish and meet strict deadlines Experience using Blackbaud’s e-tapestry or similar donor software packages At least 1 years of experience in non-profit fundraising preferred Familiarity with the Microsoft Office Suite of software applications
* Responsible for:

Ensuring that every gift and pledge is managed seamlessly so that the donor is officially thanked within 48 hours of receiving the gift and personally thanked with signatures from the CEO or CAO.
Making sure that each gift is credited appropriately in the etapestry system, noting any on-going pledge payments and reminders.
Update each funding area with proper reports which are easily accessible.
Assist others in the development communications team Develop and maintain an accurate report of annual donations, monthly goals and progress to date.
Maintaining a health data base system
To apply please send a resume and cover letter to No phone calls please.

Executive Director - Part-Time (West Bloomfield)
Walnut Lake Preschool and Developmental Kindergarten (WLP) is seeking an Executive Director to take the organization to the next level. WLP is dedicated to addressing the needs of 3-6-year-olds with emotional, behavioral, and developmental challenges by involving parents, children, and teachers in the creation of an exceptional therapeutic learning environment.

The Executive Director will be responsible for the administration, fundraising and marketing of the organization. Specific duties include:

Serve as the primary operational leader for WLP, establishing and enforcing policies and procedures for all aspects of the administrative operations of the organization
Manage fundraising activities for WLP, including the annual fund drive, grants coordination, and special events
Work with Co-Directors and Community Advisory Board to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gift prospects and donors
Oversee the marketing and promotion of the organization’s programs
Ensure that a process is established and implemented for customer service procedures with respect to current and prospective parents
Oversee the Office Administrator and ensure that all administrative activities are completed in a timely and responsible manner
Interact with outside consultants and vendors
Minimum Requirements:

3-5 years of fundraising, grantwriting and marketing experience for a nonprofit; experience within an educational setting is desired
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact successfully with individuals of varied backgrounds and experiences
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Ability to function independently in a professional manner
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
Supervisory experience preferred
To apply, send your resume, cover letter and a writing sample to

Program Officer– Education Program (Troy)
Kresge Foundation’s Education Program has an immediate opening for a program officer. The Kresge Foundation Board of Trustees has recently refined the Foundation’s education programs to support efforts designed to support student-focused postsecondary access and success in cities, with a special focus on low-income, first generation and under-represented students. The new Program Officer position will assist in the implementation of education programs within this overall new strategic direction. The team seeks to support pathways to and through college for students, build the capacity of institutions that focus on low-income, first generation and under-represented students, and support and enhance local higher education ecosystems to improve postsecondary attainment. While the bulk of the team’s work is domestic, it also oversees a small budget supporting postsecondary access and success in South Africa, which is Kresge’s sole international grantmaking area.

Please send cover letter and resume to by May 20, 2015.

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

Office support (phone, voice-mail, fax, e-mail, website, office supply ordering, filing, ensuring the organization and office equipment is in good working order, preparation of mail including correspondence, thank you notes and tax forms
Development of office systems and protocols including maintaining and updating the data base
Support the work of the Board of Directors with meeting reminders, agenda preparation, location set-up, food and refreshments, and preparation of educational and outreach items for the meeting, scheduling and minutes
Maintain the electronic communications network for the organization and send out regular notices
Support the program work of the organization
Carry out other specific projects as determined by the executive director
Minimum of 2 years demonstrated experience in office administration
Excellent computer skills in word processing, database management, webpage posting and electronic communication software
Excellent spoken and written communication skills
Strong ability to organize, manage multiple tasks and prioritize
Excellent teamwork skills
Requires proficiency in reporting, administrative work, Microsoft Office, Publisher, WordPress, social media communications
Experience in non-profit, association or state government work settings is preferred.
The position requires 16-24 hours/week with some schedule flexibility or telecommuting possible.
Please fax or email resume to: 517-575-6285 or

Executive Director (Detroit)
Executive Director
EcoWorks (Formerly WARM Training Center)

Are you the leader we seek to take EcoWorks to the next level? If you are an experienced nonprofit manager with a passion for sustainability and community development, please read on. We're looking for someone with the vision, fundraising skills, communication skills and operational experience who can lead this dynamic, diverse and strategically powerful nonprofit to continue and expand its excellent impact throughout Detroit, the state of Michigan and beyond.

Who we seek:

The skills and initiative needed are commensurate with our bold aspirations. You should find our work and our vision exciting, even exhilarating. We seek a track record of successful business management, organizational strategic leadership, fund-raising, building and leading movements and coalitions, and adapting to complex, changing landscapes. Over 90% of our work is done in active collaboration with other organizations, so you must be skilled at navigating complex arrangements and communicating clearly with a variety of partners. Setbacks should give you pause for reflection and rethinking strategy but cannot deter you from finding solutions. Importantly, your professional goals should align with our organizational values of integrity, collaboration, excellence, vision, sustainability, and justice. We prefer experience working with people of color and diverse communities.

More info:

Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer (Bingham Farms)
The oldest and largest animal welfare organization in the state of Michigan, the non-profit Michigan Humane Society protects animals from cruelty, abuse, and oppression; provides a wide breadth of services aimed at alleviating animal suffering; and works to reduce and end the root causes of animal welfare issues. We are seeking a dynamic, experienced professional to join our team as Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer. Reporting to the President & Chief Executive Officer, this position will serve as a front-line fundraiser and will provide strategic leadership to effectively increase MHS’s philanthropic revenue and expand its donor base.

The ideal candidate must be a strategic and effective leader who has a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 7-10 years of related, high level development program leadership experience. Additional desired attributes include: experience with all aspects of a comprehensive development operation, with particular strength in major, planned, corporate, and foundation gifts; a track record of providing strategic direction and management of fundraising initiatives; inclusive management skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and experience working with boards of directors, volunteers, and high net-worth individuals. Experience in fundraising for advocacy programs is preferred.

Please send cover letter and resume to: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Good Luck!

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