Saturday, June 20, 2015

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center Listings - June 21, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Development Assistant - Part-time (Grand Rapids)
Position Description:
The Development Assistant is responsible for executing the day-to-day operations of the annual campaign, capital campaign, and some other office administration. This position works in close collaboration with the Board, Executive Director, Development Director and Volunteers. Duties include donor communications, committee oversight, event coordination, donor database management, general clerical, light accounting procedures, and project-based work. Office-based part-time professional office position, averaging 20-25 hours per week. Requires reliable transportation for intermittent local travel.


Preferred - Prior exposure to fund-raising processes and database management.
Professional presentation, with excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, and an energetic and engaging personality
Excellent organizational skills, with accuracy and attention to detail.
Working knowledge of Google apps, MS Office Suite including Word and Excel, Social Media and database management.
Demonstrated ability to handle donor interest and personal information with tact and sensitivity, in a confidential manner.
Ability to work collaboratively with a strong customer-service orientation.
Ability to set and meet realistic goals, establish work priorities, organize people and materials to reach goals, handle pressure well, and evaluate and report results.
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Sensitivity to diverse cultural and ethnic traditions
Submit letter of interest with resume no later than June 30, 2015 to Executive Director Andy DeBraber:
via email to, or
by mail to Heartside Ministry, 54 S. Division Ave., Grand Rapids, MI 49503

President & CEO (Detroit)
Reports to the Board of Directors of Detroit Central City and serves at the pleasure of the Board. Responsible for directing the overall operations of the Agency with the purpose of achieving the objective and mission of the Agency. Develops short and long-range plans, goals and policies for the Agency. Represents the Agency with professional societies, governmental agencies, the financial community, other health care institutions and the public.


Demonstrated administrative and problem solving skills with the ability to organize, plan and evaluate the work of the Agency.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
An understanding of the administrative aspects of the health care field.

Master’s Degree from an accredited institution in the field of public health, hospital administration or public administration or in an academic discipline such as Social Work, Nursing, Psychology, Psychiatry, Education or a related human service field.
Five (5) years experience of progressively more responsible experience in Administrative capacities in a health care organization.
Knowledge of FQHC preferred.
Please email your CV/Resume TO:

T. Conte Human Resources
Detroit Central City
10 Peterboro, Suite 208
Detroit, MI 48201
FAX NUMBER:313) 831-2604

Detroit Central City is an approved National Health Service Corps Site

Corporate Work Study Coordinator (Detroit)
Areas of Responsibility:

Develop, support, and implement Training Programs associated with Microsoft Office Applications and other key skill sets
Serve as the primary contact for assigned portfolio of job partners and students; this includes monitoring the status of the student performance by making regular phone calls, e-mailing, and making Partner office visits, as well as updating databases, responding to evaluations, and providing student mentoring/coaching to ensure that the student is successfully satisfying all job requirements of the Partner
Provide regular and timely updates on all issues regarding assigned sponsors and students to the Director
Serve as the point person for coordination and execution of the “Missed Work Days” policy and process. Work with students, partners, and parents regarding make-up days and holiday work-days, overseeing the coordination of the make-up, collection of forms and the recording of data associated with these days. Keep all internal stakeholders up to date with the progress to ensure appropriate actions are taken when missed days are not made up (detention assigned, ineligibility for activities noted, etc.)
Coordinate and/or assist with other Partner-related activities such as Partner luncheons, appreciation events, etc.

Bachelor degree from an accredited College/ University – preferably in Business or Human Resources (Training)
Management and Sales background - experience managing client relationships,preparing regular reports
Experience with Microsoft (Word and Excel is a must)
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and people skills with an emphasis on working with High School students
To apply, email and/or call 313-843-2747 ext 320.

Chief Operating Officer (Southgate)
As a recognized leader in both the non-profit and Health and Human Services arenas, The Guidance Center provides a broad range of services. We are proud to have helped children, adults and families unlock potential and build better lives for more than 50 years. With 40 programs totaling more than $36 million in revenue, we offer services to more than 20,000 people annually.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Chief Operating Officer to join our team of highly talented professionals, leading our agency in fulfilling its mission.

To qualify for this position, qualified candidates must have:

A minimum of five (5) years recent experience as a director of an organization, Human Service field preferred.
A minimum of a graduate degree in mental health, social service, business, or related field.
Demonstrated experience with financial management including budget development, finical analysis, monitoring of financial performance.
Demonstrated experience with various contracting methods for example capitated contracts, fee for service, expense based reimbursement etc.
The Guidance Center offers our employees a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit package, 401(k) contributions, generous paid time off program, flexible scheduling opportunities, a team-oriented work environment and much more! If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or becoming part of our world-class team, please submit your resume by visiting and selecting the “Join Our Team” tab near the top of the page.

The Guidance Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Social Worker (Detroit)
Company: Wayne Children's Healthcare Access Program, Inc.
Position: Social Worker
Salary: $22.00 - $24.00 per hour, depending on experience
40 hours per week (days)
Education: Bachelors Social Work Degree


Must have at least one year of providing social work services to families.
Experience with medical social work or social work within a healthcare setting is a plus.
Experience with public mental health system services desired.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, internet usage, and use of office machines.
High level of prioritization, strong verbal/written communication & organization skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects with set deadlines and guidelines.
Ability to build and maintain relationships with a diverse population.
Maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
Valid Michigan driver’s license and automobile insurance.
Essential Functions:

Provides initial psychosocial screening/assessment of patient and their family.
Provides complete documentation of psychosocial assessment, subsequent visits and phone contact with patient/family.
Works in collaboration with WCHAP’s multidisciplinary team to provide holistic care for the patients and facilitates care conferences.
Schedules and completes home visits.
Leads/Facilitates behavioral health component of organization’s group-based interventions.
Assesses suspected child abuse/neglect, coordinates appropriate plan, along with filing a referral to Children’s Protective Services when necessary.
Acquires and maintains a working knowledge of asthma and childhood obesity as it correlates to psychical needs and barriers.
You must pass drug test and criminal background as a condition of hire. Submit resume and cover letter to: 313-863-2427.

Primary Care Practice Engagement Specialist (Detroit)
Company: Wayne Children’s Healthcare Access Program
Position: Primary Care Practice Engagement Specialist
Salary: $15.94 to 16.43 per hour
40 hours per week (days)
Education: Medical Assistance Certification and/or Medical Office Specialist/Technician Certification


Must have at least three years of working in a primary care setting serving children.
Experience with at least one electronic medical record system.
Demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, internet usage, and use of office machines.
Strong verbal/written communication skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects with set deadlines/guidelines.
Maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
Valid Michigan driver’s license and automobile insurance coverage.
Essential Functions:
Regularly visits the primary care practices (PCPs) with which our organization partners, engages with critical medical office staff leading quality improvement efforts such as immunization recalls, and ensures PCPs overall understanding of the relationship between our organization and the PCP. Supports the updating of critical information regarding the PCP practices including being knowledgeable about hours of operation, after-hour procedures, and on-call procedures.

Work closely with practice managers and other relevant leadership staff to support high quality referrals for our services and high level engagement in our organization’s quarterly provider meetings.
Provide administrative support to quarterly provider meetings, including practice member recruitment.
Provide regular reports to primary care practices regarding the outcomes of patients participating in the services of our organization.
You must pass drug test and criminal background as a condition of hire. Email resume and cover letter to: 313-863-2427.

Fund Development Specialist-Part time (Saginaw)
The Fund Development Specialist will develop cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for population of major giving donors.

To apply, visit

Fund Development Specialist-Part time (Jackson)
The Fund Development Specialist will develop cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for a population of major giving donors.

To apply visit:

Validator, Great Start to Quality (Lansing)
The Early Childhood Investment Corporation is seeking a qualified and dynamic candidate for the position of Validator for the Great Start to Quality Program. This is an excellent opportunity to join an organization that promotes and implements innovative, high-quality, research-based early childhood practices and policies.

This position provides the chosen candidate the opportunity to use their skills to support Michigan’s tiered quality rating and improvement system that ensures families have access to quality child care and early learning programs. The primary responsibility of this position is to validate program Self-Assessment Surveys with child care and preschool programs statewide to ensure fidelity to the program model.

To excel in this position, the Validator will have a minimum of an associate’s degree in a discipline related to the field of early childhood with 3 to 5 years related experience. A bachelor’s degree is preferred. Knowledge of quality rating and improvement systems for early learning settings, and knowledge of appropriate evidence-based, research informed early learning program development and implementation is required.

This is a non-exempt, full time position based on Lansing. Compensation is competitively based on experience and includes a benefits package with health, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, short- and long-term disability as well as employer paid contributions to a 401A pension plan.

Please click the link below to apply for this position:

The Early Childhood Investment Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Managing Director (Grand Rapids)
Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens. Four branch locations support families throughout the Ann Arbor, Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing areas and beyond

Primary responsibilities for the Managing Director include:

Build and maintain excellent personal and organizational reputations in the community. Serve as the primary spokesperson and ambassador for Ele’s Place in the West Michigan region.
Cultivate donor relationships with major gift prospects; solicit gifts and pledges from individuals, businesses and foundations; and steward relationships with major donors.
Inspire and work effectively with Board members, engaging them in community networking, outreach and fundraising efforts.
Qualifications for the Managing Director:

At least five years’ experience in a nonprofit fundraising position, particularly major gift development.
Superior writing and public speaking skills.
Experience working with and inspiring a Board of Directors and other volunteers.
Send cover letter & resume to:
Elizabeth Webb,
Director of Operations
Ele’s Place
1145 W. Oakland Avenue
Lansing, MI 48915

Or email this information to:

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Team Coordinator (Southeast Michigan)
Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) team members work in multiple offices across a large geography. The team coordinator plays a critical role in supporting the executive director and other team members in ensuring a cohesive and coordinated team environment in the midst of limited face time. This role includes but it is not limited to providing a high level of clerical and administrative support for all team members.

Application Process:
A copy of the formal job description and employment application may be viewed on SEMCA’s website at Please submit application, resume, and cover letter and three professional references via email to Indicate “Team Coordinator” in the subject line of the email.

Executive Director (Detroit)
The Futures Foundation is the fund development arm of the Macomb Oakland Regional Center, Michigan’s largest non-profit organization, which serves individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses. The executive director is responsible for the overall fundraising success and grant-making programs at the Foundation. Previous experience in working with a high level board of directors, and a documented, 5-7 year track record of major gifts, corporate/foundation relations and special events is needed to apply. To view the job description or apply, please go to

Executive Director (Work at home.Lansing)
Michigan Breastfeeding Network is seeking a part-time Executive Director who can provide strategic and visionary leadership to a non-profit in the early stages of growth. We are searching for an experienced, dedicated, and self-motivated leader to help lay the foundation, establish best practice and create financial stability in a fledgling non-profit. We desire an individual who is capable of implementing MIBFN’s strategic plan and who can serve as a passionate and articulate spokesperson for the organization. This position is a great match for an energetic person who’s eager to apply their talents, develop new skills, and make a difference in the climate for breastfeeding in Michigan.

The Executive Director is responsible for managing the daily operations of MIBFN and implementing the mission, vision, strategic goals and objectives of the organization’s Board of Directors. The Executive Director supports Board development, builds and maintains coalition and stakeholder relationships, secures funding, manages sources of income, and ensures the quality and effectiveness of breastfeeding education and advocacy programs.

At this time, MIBFN does not have an office space. Initially, the Executive Director will work from her/his home and must be willing and able to travel around the State.

Full posting available at

Applicants should email a cover letter and resume to Barb Jammer at subject line “MIBFN Executive Director.” Documents should be emailed and must include your last name in the title of each document. Interested candidates should apply no later than Friday July 17, 2015 by 5pm EST.

Communications Manager (West Bloomfield)
Jewish Family Service is currently seeking a Full Time, Communications Manager. This employee is responsible for writing copy for all agency development and marketing collateral, implement media and PR campaigns, manage and update agency web presence including social media and corporate web pages , assist in the writing of grants and all other communications.

Skills / Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in Journalism or a relevant field and/or proven track record in successful communications positions.
At least five years of successful communications experience including media relations.
Excellent writing skills, supported by a strong understanding of technological tools and new media.
Excellent interpersonal skills in relating to staff, volunteers, community partners and donors.
Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and as part of a team both within the department and across the agency.
Proven organizational skills including the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously and produce high quality results quickly and on time.
Critical thinking, problem solving, accuracy and attention to detail.
Experience managing relationships with printers, designers and other creative vendors.
Interested/Qualified applicant should forward the resume and salary requirements to

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

Special Ministries is looking for an exceptional leader to serve as Executive Director (initially part-time leading into full-time). Position responsibilities are to manage the day-to-day operations of the organization; carry out the mission and enhance the community impact. For a detailed job description and additional information go to To apply send cover letter and resume by July 15 to

President & CEO (Detroit)
Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan provides critical educational programs to students in Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Saint Clair, Shiawassee, Washtenaw and Wayne counties. Chartered in 1949, JA has linked students, volunteers and supporters for over 60 years touching the lives of more than 1.5 million young people. Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan is based in a revitalized downtown Detroit and reaches K-12 students with proven, quality educational programs that provide an understanding of financial concepts and the free enterprise system, a vision of economic opportunity, and a reason to stay in school. Inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy, Junior Achievement programs are especially vital to students in the most under-served communities.

The President & CEO has overall strategic and operational responsibility for Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. Works collaboratively with the Board of Directors in leading the transformation of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan to significantly increase the number of students reached. Leads a Junior Achievement USA franchise area (Michigan 501c3) as chief executive officer, with a sense of passion and creative promotion of the mission, within policies established by the Board of Directors. Responsible for all planning, finance, fund raising, student & volunteer programs, public relations, staff development and administrative operations.

Interested candidates should review the full position description and required qualifications on LinkedIn or contact

Letters of interest and resumés must be submitted by July 31, 2015.

Budget and Finance Director (Mt. Clemens)
The Budget & Finance Director directs the financial operations and is responsible for monitoring compliance of budget and cash flow, and auditing internal controls. The Budget & Finance Director works with the Internal Operations Committee and the Chief Executive Officer in managing the agency’s funds and preparing and implementing the agency budget. Must have a Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Finance. Direct experience with non-profit accounting is preferred. Strong accounting PC skills, excellent writing and communication skills, strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task are required. Must have the ability to work with diverse populations. Must pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment.

A complete job description can be found at

Salary Range: $45,000 - $60,000

Interested Persons should:
Submit a resume and cover letter
Via email to:
Or Mail to:
Turning Point
Attn: Martha Macauley
PO Box 1123
Mt. Clemens, MI 48046


Executive Director (Ann Arbor)
Therapeutic Riding, Inc. is offering a fulltime position responsible for leadership, operational planning and management, program planning and management, human resource management, fundraising, community and donor relationships, special events, and media relations. Grant writing experience is required. Full job description available upon request.

Send resume and salary requirement to

Development & Events Manager (Traverse City)
The Development & Events (D&E) Manager is primarily responsible for fund and friend raising through face-to-face solicitation and events – for networking within the local and philanthropic community specifically with an eye toward developing life-long relationships with a stable base of supporters. Ancillary responsibilities include managing the volunteering functions of the organization. The D&E Manager is a full time, salaried position with benefits after 84 days. Position reports to the Executive Director. For full job description visit
To apply, send a cover letter and resume to

Annual Fund Officer (Detroit)
The Annual Fund Officer has responsibility for the cultivation and solicitation of all non-membership individual gifts from $1 to $10,000.

To view a complete job description and to apply, please do so at by end of business day July 15, 2015.

The Detroit Institute of Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Events Officer (Detroit)
The Events Officer will create, plan and execute events that support the friend-raising and fundraising initiatives of the Development department and the mission of the DIA.

To view a complete job description and to apply, please do so at by end of business day July 15, 2015.

The Detroit Institute of Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Museum Services Manager (Detroit)
Motown Museum has an immediate opening for a Museum Services Manager...

The Museum Services Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a fast paced work environment. This position is primarily responsible for ensuring exceptional customer service is rendered to all visitors and front-line staff; supervision of staff, scheduling, and training. This position reports to the Chief Operating Officer.


Proven administrative, supervisory, and human resources management skills
Highly organized, self-directed, motivated, and flexible
Excellent problem solving and conflict management skills
Proficiency with computer and software related to museum services and the ability to learn other software programs as required
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
Proficient in Point-of-Sale (POS) system or similar software, TAM Retail Software preferable
Areas of Responsibility

Operations Management
Customer Service
Staff Management
Training & Development
Bachelor's Degree in Business Management or related field
Minimum five years experience in museum operations or similar experience
To apply, send your cover letter and resume to NO CALLS PLEASE!

Motown Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Community Engagement Assistant (Southfield)
Volunteers of America Michigan has an opening for a Community Engagement Assistant whose major responsibilities will be to assist with fundraising and public relations in coordination with the Community Engagement Manager – Southeast Michigan. Position will manage day-to-day operations of our seasonal Adopt A Family program and staff to ensure clients are served and appropriate responses to sponsors.

Bachelor’s Degree preferred or equivalent experience in non-profit communication, marketing, public relations, or administrative assistance
Experience in an executive office environment
Excellent organizational, written, verbal and interpersonal skills
Detail oriented and highly motivated
Database experience (donor database experience preferred)
Excellent computer skills, including but not limited to Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, etc.); experience with InDesign or Adobe Creative Suite a plus
Ability to work flexible hours, some evenings and weekends and travel occasionally
Role versatility
Great attitude with high-energy personality
Excellent customer service skills
An ability to commit to the Volunteers of America mission
Must have valid driver’s license and driving record that is acceptable to VOAMI insurer
Please send cover letter and resume to or fax to 248-945-1614.


Development and Communications Manager (Detroit)
We are seeking a Fund Development and Communications Manager to develop and implement plans for Marketing, Public Relations, Community Relations and Fundraising. Responsibilities would include preparing and executing marketing plans to meet strategic and budget goals, work with internal and external vendors to develop and maintain printed materials, advertising, social media, and online presence, including our website; develop, plan and manage appropriate programs to achieve target fundraising goals. Responsibilities also include planning and executing all fundraising events as needed, and taking next steps in the Planned Giving, Major Gifts and grants programs. Maintain and update donor database along with the Data Entry person. Serve as speaker and presenter to external audiences when necessary. As well as provide innovative ideas to the overall fulfillment of the agency’s integrated communications plan. The Fund Development and Communications Manager also participates, as needed, in major gift strategy sessions for past and current major gift donors, helping to identify and implement strategic engagement opportunities.


3-5 years of experience in fund development, marketing, public or community relations.
Ability to manage and coordinate several projects simultaneously and work with a wide range of people and personalities.
Ability to read, write and speak fluent English.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Working knowledge of data management systems and computer applications; working knowledge of Raisers'Edge software preferred.
Experience working with volunteers in a non-profit environment.
Experience running fundraising events.
Other duties as assigned
Please submit current resume, cover letter, salary requirements by June 30,2015 to:

Accountant (Ypsilanti)
SOS Community Services, a non-profit with 45 years of service to Washtenaw County, is accepting resumes/cover letters for the position of full-time Accountant. Experience in grants accounting, AR/AP, and payroll is required. Experience in HUD grants is preferred. Please see full job description at Direct all responses to EOE

Development Associate (Ypsilanti)
SOS Community Services, a non-profit with 45 years of service to Washtenaw County, is accepting resumes/cover letters for the position of full-time Development Associate. Experience in all aspects of development work, including event coordination, appeals, database management and grant writing required. Please see full job description at Direct all responses to EOE

Volunteer and Judaic Coordinator (Farmington Hills)
JARC is seeking full-time a high-energy, creative professional to provide enriching Jewish experiences for people JARC serves and provide staff training, as well as coordinate all agency volunteer needs, including large volunteer events and cultivating volunteer relationships. Will represent JARC in the community and will work closely with community organizations.

Candidates must be flexible with Shabbat and holiday programming. Bachelor’s Degree required. Competitive salary, fantastic benefits, and a terrific place to work!
Applicants may submit resumes to Fax 248-538-6615 Phone 248-538-6611 Please use job code (VJC-MNA)

Finance Manager (Brighton)
Make-A-Wish Michigan is seeking a Finance Manager that will be based out of the Brighton Headquarters. The Finance Manager will manage the day to day financial activity for the chapter, work with the leadership team, staff and Make-A-Wish America on financial analysis, perform cash flow management and monitor and analyze key performance indicators.

The Finance Manager will manage banking relationships, prepare the annual budget, and maintain internal financial controls.

The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, business administration or related field and/or minimum of 3 – 5 years of experience in accounting and/or finance, preferably with a non-profit organization (CPA preferred). Outstanding knowledge of electronic spreadsheets is a must and a high degree of knowledge of accounting software is a plus. Strong verbal and written communication skills and attention to detail are essential to successfully carry out the duties of this position.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to:

Assistant Director of Government Relations (Lansing)
The Michigan Association of School boards is searching for a new assistant director of Government Relations. The position is responsible for assisting with the day to-day advocacy efforts on state and federal legislative matters for MASB under the supervision of the Director for Government Relations. For more information or to apply please use this link - MASB advocates on behalf of the over 4200 publicly elected school board members in the state of Michigan

Program Officer II (Bloomfield Hills)
The Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation is hiring a second Program Officer to continue its expansion. A minimum of five years’ experience in a grant making organization or related non-profit professional experience is required. Please note that this position is in addition to the previously posted position that seeks a candidate with Great Lakes expertise. To view the job description, click To apply for this position, please go to

We have retained the firm Non-Profit Personnel Network to manage the search and respectfully request that all questions and applications be directed to them.

Executive Director (Detroit)
The Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association (DMBA), a 750+ member professional organization, is seeking a qualified Executive Director.

The Executive Director (ED) reports directly to the President, and is responsible for and performs the day to day operations of the organization and supports affiliated organizations.

The ED is one of the most visible representatives of the DMBA and will find it necessary to juggle and complete many equally important tasks at the same time. He or she needs to be a motivated, talented generalist given the multiplicity of roles: administrator, financial manager, writer, event planner, spokesperson, member service representative, publicist, fund-raiser, database manager, social media manager and salesperson.


Bachelor’s degree
Nonprofit management experience
Positive experience in an organization with gross receipts under $1M, where he/she was personally responsible for all aspects of operations.
Substantial experience with budgeting and financial operations.
Substantial experience with event/program development and planning.
Proficiency in various forms of electronic communications, as well as databases and Microsoft Office.
Demonstrated provision of high-level of customer service.
A firm belief in the DMBA's value and mission and an excitement to represent the DMBA in different forums locally, statewide and nationally.
To apply, submit a resume and a letter of interest (about two pages), detailing how your abilities, experience and education would benefit the DMBA, to the DMBA Search Committee, c/o Donn Fresard, to: or:
Donn Fresard
Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office
1441 St. Antoine
Detroit, Michigan 48226

Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Leadership Gifts (Ann Arbor)
This position plays a critical role in the direct, front-line solicitation of leadership gifts to the Annual Fund ($2,500 or more). In addition to leadership annual gift solicitation and pipeline support activities, the Assistant Director will create, manage and implement leadership annual giving programs, which will involve developing and managing strategic plans, timelines and giving program evaluations. Please apply here:

Part-time clinical therapist (Pontiac)
Minimum of 2 years of experience working with traumatized children and families in a therapeutic setting. Experience conducting therapy groups and working with child sexual abuse is preferred. Knowledge regarding the dynamics of child sexual and physical abuse is also preferred.

Education Required:
Minimum of master’s degree in social work or counseling with either a limited license or licensed masters in social work or counseling.

Physical Abilities:
Must be able to use the keyboard to perform data entry.

Minimal travel is required. May include some travel to area hospitals, court, or locations where training is being held.

Other Requirements:
Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.

Please e-mail resume and cover letter to Holly Banes at:

Executive Director for Good Jobs Now (Detroit)
Executive Director
Good Jobs Now
Detroit, MI

About the Position: We seek an experienced organizer, manager and fundraiser to stabilize and grow Good Jobs Now’s membership base, staff size and capacity, and funding, in order to strengthen the organization’s infrastructure and ability to organize low-income communities and communities of color in Detroit to build long-term power around economic justice issues. The new Executive Director, along with other GJN staff, will receive intensive and regular support and training from staff at the Center for Popular Democracy.

Primary Responsibilities: The Executive Director will:

Manage all aspects of GJN’s base-building and campaign work
Supervise and grow GJN’s staff
Work closely with CPD to strengthen the organization’s model and organizing practice
Raise funds to grow the organization’s impact and profile
Represent the organization powerfully in coalitions and other public spaces
Job Requirements: We are seeking a seasoned social justice leader with strong references who is interested in growing the organization into a credible powerhouse for grassroots organizing, economic justice campaigns, and electoral organizing. The ideal candidate should have at least 5 years of organizing experience, experience organizing in coalition with grassroots, political and labor allies, strong writing skills, and experience in fundraising from individual and institutional sources. Dedication and ability to work flexible hours;

Strong benefits package. Salary commensurate with experience.

GJN is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and actively recruits people of color, women, individuals with disabilities and members of the LGBTQ community.

Apply Here:

Marketing and Development Manager (Grand Rapids)
The Conductive Learning Center (an Aquinas College Partner) is seeking a Marketing and Development Manager to work closely with the Executive Director to plan and execute a comprehensive mission-driven marketing and development program to grow resources, enrollments and service delivery. S/he holds operational responsibility in the areas of: fundraising, marketing/public relations, community outreach, relationship building, partnership development and events of CLC. S/he joins a dynamic team responsible for the advancement of the organization’s strategic goals; team is comprised of program staff, administrative staff, volunteer Board leadership, and Aquinas College representatives.

A detailed job description and preferred qualifications can be found at:


The Conductive Learning Center (CLC) serves children birth to age 26 with motor disorders related to complications of prematurity, cerebral palsy, spina bifida or brain injury. Since 1999, CLC, a subsidiary corporation of Aquinas College, has helped more than 350 children reach their maximum physical, cognitive and social independence through the application of Conductive Education principles. Through a unique collaboration between Aquinas College and Andra´s Peto? College in Budapest, Hungary, CLC acts as a laboratory school for Aquinas College’s School of Education, the only teacher-training program in North America to utilize the Conductive Education methodology. More at:

Aquinas College is an equal opportunity employer.


Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter (including salary requirements) to Candidate interviews will begin immediately. Resumes will be reviewed until position filled.

Director of Marketing & Communications (Okemos)
Seeking Director of Communications & Marketing to develop and implement strategies for promoting the value of the association and its products, programs and services to members, nonmembers, campus administrators, industry suppliers and media. Responsible for advertising, marketing & brand management, public relations and media relations. Oversees publication of magazine, website and electronic communications. BA with concentration in marketing, public relations or business administration and 5-10 years experience, preferably in the foodservice, hospitality, higher education or trade association segments required. Experience with public policy and chapter relations a plus. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suites, social media technology and web design, including content management systems. Strong writing, graphic design and time management skills.

Send cover letter and resume to Gretchen Couraud,

Vice President for Program Operations (Pontiac)
Oakland Family Services
Vice President for Program Operations

Established in 1921, Oakland Family Services is a not-for-profit community based agency serving 43,000 children, adolescents and adults per year. The agency provides a wide variety of services ranging from Early Childhood programs, Specialized Services for Youth, Behavioral Health Services, Foster Care and Adoption. Services are offered at five locations in Oakland County and are also provided in homes, schools, and other community settings, according to the client’s needs. This organization is accredited by COA.

The Vice President of Program Operations reports directly to the President/CEO and participates as member of the Executive Team.

For a complete position description and to apply:

Resumes can be emailed to:

Program Manager (Brighton)
Make-A-Wish Michigan is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Program Manager. The position will be based out of our Brighton Headquarters and is responsible for the internal management of the wish coordination program and the fulfillment of the wish experience for our wish kids.

The Program Manager manages the team responsible for granting wishes and is also responsible for building and maintaining relationships with community partners, medical professionals and wish families. The Program Manager manages the wish pipeline and works to schedule wishes in accordance with the targeted wish flow. It is necessary for the Program Manager to manage customer service expectations with the team and our wish families. The Program Manager is responsible for supervising budgets for each wish experience and overseeing the verification of ledgers, required paperwork and files with the team.

Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree and three to five years’ experience in a related field with management of staff. Candidates will have project and budget management experience, be detail oriented, have excellent customer service skills and be able to interact with families in a caring and compassionate manner.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to

Regional Trail Coordinator, Michigan (Lowell)
The Regional Trail Coordinator (RTC) position is responsible for furthering the development of the North Country National Scenic Trail (NCNST)within the state of Michigan. The RTC work plan involves coordinating with 12 active NCTA chapters, NCTA staff, the National Park Service, federal, state and local land managers and private landowners regarding the planning, construction, maintenance, promotion and protection of the NCNST. The RTC is the liaison between the NCTA and these partners and the public face and voice that represents the Association in the region.

For additional details, specific duties and qualification requirements, please view the full position description on our website:

**This is a contract position with a one-year commitment but has the potential to lead to long-term employment.**

Please email a cover letter describing your interest in and qualifications for this position, a resume and three professional references to:
Andrea Ketchmark
Director of Trail Development

Grants Manager (Troy)
The Grants Manager will be responsible for working closely with grantees, grant seekers, and the Foundation’s program team to shepherd the development, management, and close-out of grants and other programmatic investments, as well as for tracking and providing reports on our pipeline and portfolio. Working closely with our CFO & controller, the Grants Manager will also be responsible for ensuring accurate and complete online and physical grant files and records that meet legal, auditing, and Foundation standards.

For a full position description and to submit your resume and cover letter, please email All submissions must be received by June 28, 2015. Please no phone inquiries.

Director of Girls' Program Services (Detroit)
Mercy Education Project provides educational services for girls and women from low-income families in southwest Detroit. The Director of Girls’ Program Services is a full-time, salaried position (40 hours per week). Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Girls’ Program Director is responsible for planning and implementation of all services for girls including the after-school tutoring program, summer Emerging Leaders camp, and college readiness activities. For the full position description and information on how to apply, go to:

Community Development Team Leader (Cassopolis)
This full-time position is responsible for raising funds to sustain existing programs and services that support the mission, goals and objectives of the organization. Qualified candidates must have prior experience in cultivation, solicitation and appreciation of donors. This position is also responsible for all public relations and communications efforts. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a non-profit community setting is required. A full job description is available at
Submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements to EOE

Development Coordinator (Grand Rapids)
Development Coordinator – Part time 24-30 hours per week. The Development Coordinator is responsible for the planning and execution of two major events throughout the year and plays a key role in several additional crucial elements of the fundraising effort for Senior Neighbors. This position assumes a leadership role in the overall communication and marketing plan for the organization, including direct mail appeals, annual report, e-newsletters and social media efforts and also provides administrative and donor documentation support for the Development Department through DonorPerfect software. Strong Microsoft Office skills including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are required. Basic Adobe Creative Suite skills are a plus. The ideal candidate will possess a positive attitude, knowledge of general business etiquette, ability to speak with donors and work well with volunteers and committees. Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience through a similar field of work required. Email cover letter and resume along with three references to with the subject: Development Coordinator. To view the full job description visit “An Equal Opportunity Employer”

Administrative Coordinator (Ypsilanti)
Organizational Summary
The Corner Health Center is Michigan's first, largest and most comprehensive adolescent and young adult health center. The Corner’s mission is to help young people make healthy choices now and in the future by providing high-quality primary health care, education and support for adolescents and their children without regard to income level. The Corner serves young people ages 12 through 25 and their children and has 34 years of experience providing care in a culture of dignity and respect.

Job Summary
The Corner Health Center seeks an Administrative Coordinator to work very closely with the Finance Director, Development Director and Executive Director. This is an exempt, full time position with competitive salary and benefits. Responsibilities include: Human resources, donor database maintenance and reporting, Board and administrative support, and liaison for facility services.


Bachelors or Associates Degree
3 – 5 years administrative-related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience
Excellent computer skills required, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint
Experience with database management preferred
Detail-oriented and highly organized
Ability to work well as part of a team and independently
Ability to keep sensitive and critical information absolutely confidential
Appreciation for the agency mission
Please apply via email to

The Corner Health Center is an equal opportunity employer

Program and Administrative Support (Lansing)
We are seeking an hourly employee to join the dynamic team at the Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB), focusing on reception, administrative, office and program support, with a high focus on agency/customer, volunteer and community relationships. Time will be spent supporting the Director of Operations, Agency Relations Manager and Warehouse Supervisor. All responsibilities shall be consistent with GLFB’s vision and mission.

Additionally, this position will be required to attend a yearly training session for our warehouse database system and then be a point person to assist other staff with reports and data input.

This position will be located at our food distribution warehouse and will include working at a desk or occasionally working within the warehouse setting to provide administrative support for our warehouse associates.

For full list of Duties and Qualifications, please visit

This position is hourly full-time (40hrs/week), with pay starting in the $13-$15/hr. range, depending on experience. Full benefits package is available including health, dental, vision, PTO, and paid holidays.

Please send cover letter and resume to with Program Administrative Support in the subject line. Preference for .pdf files. Pertinent questions or clarifications welcomed.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, position to be filled as soon as the right candidate is identified.

Development Coordinator (Home-Based/Livingston County)
We are looking for a seasonal part-time employee (approx. 15 – 20 hours a week – possibly more during peak recruitment times) to help recruit schools to fundraise for type 1 diabetes research. The majority of work will be during peak school recruitment times. (Mid to late August through the end of November, and then again from early January – April/May).

The candidate will work out of their home (preferably close to Livingston County, MI), calling schools to solicit and confirm participation, and follow-up service touch points. Also, help with creative work and knowledge of social media is also a plus. Additional responsibilities may be added as needed.

Excellent and persuasive phone skills – able to overcome objections as needed.
Excellent multitasking and organizational skills.
Detail oriented and excellent note-taking.
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel. Knowledge with MS Publisher a plus.
Self-starter and disciplined to work in a home environment.
Works well in a team environment.
Quiet home workplace a must.
Available to work during school hours.
Past non-profit and/or telemarketing skills a plus.
Please submit cover letter and resume to

Director of Development (Traverse City)
Disability Network Northern Michigan
Job Description
Position Title: Director of Development
Accountability: Executive Director
Primary Function: Responsible for designing, overseeing, and implementing the fund development strategy of Disability Network Northern Michigan, including all aspects of management and budget.

Essential Functions:
Create and implement an annual fund development plan and strategy.
Lead the organization’s effort to raise $150,000 annually.
Lead the organization’s Access for Everyone campaign fund raising effort.
Direct the organization’s annual giving campaign.
Develop and grow the individual donor base and cultivate major gifts.
Develop and manage the Board of Director’s fundraising capacity.
Assist in development and implementation of an annual marketing and outreach strategy.
Provide training to staff and board and volunteers to support fundraising and marketing efforts.
Provide leadership and staffing to the DNNM Fund Development committee
Develop and maintain a donor database.
Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree minimum. Four-five years of nonprofit fund development experienced preferred.
Familiarity with disability and strong alignment to the mission of DNNM.
Proven track record in fund development.
Proven management and leadership capabilities.
High energy, ”can-do” attitude, flexibility, teamwork oriented and a high degree of initiative.
People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Please send a resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to by June 19, 2015.

Administrative Assistant (Ann Arbor)
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for greeting and assisting members of the Board and the public, by telephone and in person, and for maintaining membership records and providing administrative support services to the staff of the Board.

Desired Skills:
Strong customer service
Excellent verbal and written communication
Superior attention to detail
Data entry experience
Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Excel
Send resume' to

Executive Director (Owosso)
The Friends of the Shiawassee River, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization headquartered in Owosso, Michigan (hereinafter, “FOSR”), seeks a letter of interest and resume from qualified persons to serve as the full-time staff leader of this volunteer-based organization. The current priorities of FOSR are: 1) building organizational capacity; 2) engaging citizens in water quality sampling, river clean-ups, and community advocacy; 3) building partnerships with local governments and other groups throughout the Shiawassee River Watershed. Learn more about the organization at

The Executive Director is the focal point for all FOSR administrative activities that involve financial management, fundraising, membership growth, project/program coordination, grant-writing and management, education and outreach, and volunteer support.

The ideal candidate will have a combination of non-profit administrative skills and a background in a water quality or other environmental field. A related college degree and relevant experience in one or both areas is expected.

The Director will serve the FOSR Board of Directors and will be under the direct supervision of the Board Executive Committee. The typical work-week is 40 hours with flexibility in hours and days; some evenings and weekends expected. Salary is $30-33,000; benefits negotiable.

Please address all inquiries, resumes & three professional references to:
Tom Cook, President—Friends of the Shiawassee River, at

Deadline: July 3, 2014

Volunteer Coordinator (Flint)
The Coordinator is tasked with managing a comprehensive volunteer center that not only creates opportunities and connects volunteers; but builds the capacity of nonprofit organizations to better utilize volunteers. Qualified candidates will have experience in corporate and community volunteer engagement; nonprofit capacity building including training and facilitation; project management; and, service learning. Baccalaureate degree and three years of related experience; Or, Associate Degree in a related discipline and five years of related experience; Or, Seven (7) years of related experience is required. Resume and cover letter with salary requirements should be emailed to no later than Friday, June 19.

Sales & Fundraising Coordinator (Flint)
United Way of Genesee County is seeking a full-time Functional Area Specialist. This position will works closely with the Development team in carrying out all essential duties and responsibilities related to United Way’s mission of creating positive change that transforms our community and improves people’s lives in Genesee County. Primary responsibility includes performing development work within a workplace campaign model. Additionally, this position provides support of United Way’s commitment to relationship management by ensuring a consistent and positive brand experience for all constituents of United Way of Genesee County. Qualified candidates will have a 3-5 years’ experience preferred in fund raising, sales, financial, health and/or educational settings. A qualified candidate will have a track record of working and facilitating relationship building with diverse populations and be comfortable with public speaking. Letter of interest should be emailed to

Recruitment Specialist (Detroit)
1 position available

Job Responsibilities:
Identifying and pursuing effective avenues for adult membership cultivation
Analyzing and using demographic data to develop and implement a strategic, on-going recruitment plan
Leading a team of volunteers to effectively recruit and engage adult members within your designated region
Preliminary screenings of potential adult member/volunteers to determine their skill sets, availability, and commitment to serving girls
Utilizing recruitment best practices to prepare and equip volunteers to sell Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan to potential adult and girl members
Create relationships with community-based organizations and other centers of influence.
Bachelors degree preferred. 3-5 years volunteer recruitment experience.

Send resume to

Director of Stewardship and Corporate Relations (Auburn Hills)
This position is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual, corporate and foundation gifts for the affiliate. Responsible for growing and managing the affiliate’s comprehensive development program including: major gifts from individuals, foundations and corporations, annual giving from all sources, gift planning program, research, data entry, gift processing and acknowledgements, stewardship, and grant writing. The ability to communicate the mission and vision of Easter Seals Michigan in a bold, passionate and compelling manner is critical to the success of this position.

This position requires a strong understanding and belief in philanthropy, the ability to manage and motivate staff, as well as the ability to secure gifts of $1,000+ and special/major gifts of $5,000+ from individuals, corporations and foundations. Essential job duties and objectives including the following:
Support the Chief Development Officer in all aspects of implementing a comprehensive development strategy.
Manage own portfolio of future prospects and current donors to meet personal fundraising goals.
Stewardship/Corporate Relations/Major Gifts: Supports the President/CEO, Chief Development Officer, and other leadership staff and Board volunteers in major gift solicitation of top corporate, foundation, annual fund gifts, and individual prospects.
Support and actively participate in the solicitation and cultivation of Miracle League capital campaign and general donations.
Planned Giving: manages affiliate communication and marketing schedule for those in Legacy Society and as it relates to vehicles of communication.
Develop and implement direct mail campaigns including annual appeals.
Apply via email to

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