Sunday, July 5, 2015

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center Listings - July 3, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Various Positions (Lansing)
McLaren Greater Lansing Healthcare Foundation is expanding its fundraising team. Open positions include Major Gift Officers (Job Code 15-3449, 15-3450, 15-3451), Special Events Coordinator (Job Code 15-3569), Donor Relations Specialist (Job Code 15-3568), Gift Processor (Job Code 15-3459), and Administrative Assistant (Job Code 15-3452).
To learn more, please visit our website at, click on the "Careers" tab and search by title or job code. Resume and cover letter are required with application. Anticipated hire date October 2015.
No phone calls please.

Human Resources/Financial Assistant (East Lansing)
The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University seeks applicants for a Human Resources/Financial Assistant position with three to five years of related experience in human resources, accounting and budgeting processes, and/or financial analysis in a high-energy, fast-paced environment. The successful candidate will be a resourceful self-starter with a positive attitude, a desire to exceed expectations and have a combination of experience with human resources, financial reporting and analysis, budget development, and supervision.
For job requirements and additional information, please refer to Posting #1540 and complete an online application at the Michigan State University Employment Opportunities website Application deadline is July 14, 2015.
MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.
MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

Safe Routes to School Operations Coordinator (Lansing)
The Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) is seeking an Operations Coordinator for the Lansing-based Safe Routes to School (SRTS) office. The Operations Coordinator is responsible for providing regional support to schools/communities as they work their way through the SRTS planning process. Also responsible for coordinating the operational aspects of SRTS by managing the funding application development processes, including development and implementation of surveys and database management tools to identify and meet information needs. This position also supports regional SRTS action planning teams in application development, technical assistance, and community outreach to increase walking/bicycling to school for communities interested in developing a SRTS program. Additionally maintains program website and develops monthly newsletter.

Thorough knowledge of Safe Routes to School and Michigan’s program.
Demonstrated skill in providing hands-on technical assistance.
Experience implementing surveys and utilizing results for program improvement.
Demonstrated success with community engagement.
Communication excellence (e.g., interpersonal, written, oral, presentation).
Proven experience in managing grant application processes, procedures, and communications.
Depth of knowledge in Microsoft Excel; experience with Word, Access, PowerPoint, website maintenance, along with social media channels.
B.A. or B.S. in Planning, Community Development, Education or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
Complete job description:
Send cover letter, resume, and references to:
Indicate “Operations Coordinator IV” in subject line
U.S. Mail:
Michigan Fitness Foundation
Attn: Meg Thomas Ackerman
Operations Coordinator IV
P.O. Box 27187
Lansing, MI 48909
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 15, 2015, or until a suitable candidate is identified

Senior Program Officer, Jewish Life (Troy)
The William Davidson Foundation is seeking applications for the position of Senior Program Officer, Jewish Life. The foundation’s current focus mirror Mr. Davidson’s passions: support for organizations and programs that contribute to the cultural and economic health of Southeast Michigan and enhance Jewish life, culture, identity and heritage.
Active philanthropist, Mr. Davidson was known as a civic leader and businessman who believed in preserving Jewish identity and ensuring Jewish tradition and values thrive in the modern Jewish cultural landscape. In addition to his ties to Judaism and support for institutions that enhance Jewish culture and learning, Mr. Davidson was a participant in the civic life and development of Southeast Michigan.
The Senior Program Officer will serve as a strategic contributor to build a portfolio that balances the preservation of Mr. Davidson’s legacy with the exploration of new opportunities. S/he will partner with senior leaders at the foundation to set goals and performance metrics for the development of the Jewish Life portfolio into the future.
The ideal candidate will bring understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing Jewish communities and an inspiring connection to Jewish values. S/he will bring leadership, wisdom, and humility to the task of refining, developing, and managing a portfolio of grants, partners, and programming. The successful candidate will demonstrate experience contributing to a growing organization and effective management skills including staff, budgetary, and operational oversight. S/he will have at least 10 years of progressive experience and a master’s level educational degree or higher is preferred.
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Senior Program Officer, Southeast Michigan (Troy)
The William Davidson Foundation is seeking applications for the position of Senior Program Officer, Southeast Michigan. The foundation’s current focus mirror Mr. Davidson’s passions: support for organizations and programs that contribute to the cultural and economic health of Southeast Michigan and enhance Jewish life, culture, identity and heritage.
The Senior Program Officer will join the Foundation as a contributor to build a portfolio that balances the preservation of Mr. Davidson’s legacy of giving with the exploration of new opportunities for impact. S/he will partner with senior leaders at the foundation to set goals and performance metrics for the development of the SE Michigan portfolio into the future.
The ideal candidate will bring understanding of current challenges and opportunities facing Southeast Michigan, both economically and culturally. S/he will bring leadership, wisdom, and humility to the task of refining, developing, and managing a large portfolio of grants, partners, and programming in support of a vibrant and healthy region. The successful candidate will demonstrate experience contributing to the development of a growing organization and effective management skills including staff, budgetary, and operational oversight. S/he will have at least 10 years of progressive experience and a master’s level educational degree or higher is preferred.
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Philanthropic Services Officer (Detroit)
The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is seeking a philanthropic services officer to join their Detroit office. The Philanthropic Services Officer is responsible for a wide range of asset development, donor stewardship and program activities with the primary goal of developing and securing major financial support for the Foundation. The Philanthropic Services Officer also interacts directly with existing major donors and other non-profit organizations to ensure a high level of satisfaction with their relationships with the Community Foundation.
Identify, research, cultivate and track prospects and secure gifts to meet established annual new gift goals. Develop, implement and manage asset development plans in targeted areas of growth for the Foundation, which may include individuals, corporations, nonprofits, foundations and geographic areas. Contact and meet with assigned donors to ensure satisfaction on services provided by the Foundation and secure additional gifts. Participate in the life of the Foundation by attending appropriate events and programs, maintaining membership in key organizations and participating in activities to expand the public’s awareness of the Foundation.
Bachelor’s degree required, with a graduate degree (law or accounting a plus) desirable. Minimum of three years experience in development for a non-profit. Demonstrated communication skills (verbal and written). Strong project management skills, research and analytical skills. Database proficiency; knowledge of fundraising/donor management software a plus. Entrepreneurial spirit with an appetite for collaboration.
To apply:
Send your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Nancy Davies, human resources officer at

Senior Accountant (Detroit)
Position performs accounting work requiring knowledge of the theory and practice of recording, classifying, examining and analyzing the data and records of financial transactions. The work draws upon and requires a thorough knowledge of the fundamental doctrine, theories, principles and terminology of accountancy and entails some understanding of such related fields as business law, statistics and general management. Develops and delivers various effective reports to Management as assigned. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, business administration or related discipline with emphasis in Accounting and five (5) years of accounting experience. Experience dealing with provisions of federally funded contracts and grants is preferred. High proficiency using Great Plains software is mandatory.
Send applications to

Senior Project Manager (Detroit)
The Senior Project Manager assumes responsibility for coordinating and managing special initiatives, consulting, and development projects of all sizes and participating in projects led by other staff. The Senior Project Manager takes an active role in securing new work, planning projects, defining methodology and work plans, coordinating and leading a project team, adhering to project budgets and timelines, managing client and inter-departmental relationships, presenting findings to clients and project accounting and reporting. The Senior Project Manager works on many real estate projects simultaneously, participates in departmental planning meetings for projects, is an active Project Team Leader or Project Team Member on projects, and supports the work of the Director and other RES staff as necessary. While based in Michigan, the Senior Project Manager may also support or lead projects in other IFF offices.
For more information and to apply, please visit

Affordable Professional Office Suites Available (Okemos)
Conveniently located off of I-96, Okemos Road exit. Private office suites available in a quiet office building.
Rent includes utilities, building maintenance, and furnishings (phone and internet are tenant’s responsibility).
We also offer a fully equipped large and small conference room, waiting area, kitchenette with break room, and ample parking. Furnished or unfurnished suites are available. One year lease terms starting at $425/month.
Call us today and schedule a tour! (517) 349-6226 or email Aneta Kiersnowski:

Program Specialist (Lansing)
Provides clerical, data management support and events planning for the Michigan Association of United Ways (based in Lansing, MI). Performs other necessary tasks for office administration. Position is full-time and recognized under OPEIU Local 459 agreement. Duties & functions include:

Coordinate & make preparations for meetings including some minute-taking during meetings.
Assist in the coordination of a variety of conferences and day-long meeting/training events. Some overnight travel may be necessary.
Provide general office assistance including scheduling, mail routing, and office machine maintenance; some general correspondence and light telephone reception included.
Assist in association communications
Register checks and billings within the accounting process.
Qualifications include: Associate degree or 3 years experience in an association and/or customer-oriented environment. Highly proficient in Microsoft Office components (with particular emphasis on Excel & Access) and knowledge of database management. General writing skills, basic accounting skills and customer-friendly attitude. Social media experience a plus.
Please submit resumes via email to no later than July 17, 2015.

Family Services Coordinator (Ann Arbor)
Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens. Four branch locations support families throughout the Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Flint and Lansing areas.
Ele’s Place is seeking a Family Services Coordinator to work with its grief support programs at the Ann Arbor branch location. This position is part time including two evenings per week.
The Family Services Coordinator will:

Work with other program staff members to provide guidance and information to grieving families and others.
Conduct family informational meetings and intake sessions.
Oversee assigned support group program sessions, including supervising volunteers and clinicians.
Assist with projects, make presentations on behalf of Ele's Place, maintain records, and perform other responsibilities as needed.
A minimum of LLMSW, LLP or LPC certification is required. Ideal candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and good computer skills. Adult and child group experience, knowledge of grief issues and community resources required. Previous experience working with volunteers is very helpful. Ideal candidates must be able to work a flexible schedule.
Send cover letter & resume to
Ele’s Place,
1145 W. Oakland, Lansing, MI 48915,
or email this information to
Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Managing Director (Ann Arbor)
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
Ele's Place is seeking a Managing Director for the Ann Arbor branch location.
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 Ann Arbor area.
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 in a leadership role.
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

Director of Detroit Career Center (Detroit)
Responsible for leadership, management and delivery of diverse behavioral health services with a focus on person centered, outcome based skill building and supports and service coordination services for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Will oversee planning, implementation and management of services to provide relevant specialized skill development and/or support to assist persons to increase their economic self-sufficiency and/or engage in meaningful activities such as school, work, and/or volunteering. This position will identify local behavioral health service needs, develop and implement new services and strategies, oversee departmental fiscal responsibilities, oversee services contract management and compliance, continuous quality improvement; and compliance with accreditation and Medicaid standards. Extensive supervisory responsibilities for departmental service team. Bachelor’s degree in a professional or management field is required. Master’s degree preferred.
Five (5) years progressive, successful experience in the management of behavioral health services or employment and training services serving diverse populations. Qualified candidates may forward resume to

Volunteer Services Program Coordinator (Southfield)
Kadima is seeking a Volunteer Services Program Coordinator to handle all aspects of Kadima’s growing volunteer program. This full-time position is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to make a significant positive impact in the community, in general, and in the lives of Kadima’s clients with chronic mental illness, specifically. The best candidate will be entrepreneurial, savvy, have excellent interpersonal skills and will serve as a role model for new volunteers as they interact with Kadima’s clients.
For more information, please contact Michelle Malamis at:

Media Designer (Dearborn)
The Arab American National Museum, a project of ACCESS, is looking for a Media Designer to join their great team!
Open since 2005, the Arab American National Museum (AANM) is the first and only museum in the world devoted to Arab American history and culture. The AANM helps to preserve the rich culture of Arab Americans through educational workshops and cultural exhibits both in Dearborn, Michigan and through partnerships with other museums across the country.
To learn more about the AANM, please visit
To apply please visit or you can view the job posting directly at

Executive Director/CEO (Brighton)
The Executive Director/CEO is a seasoned business professional with deep experience in non-profit work to support and grow our youth leadership training program. The successful candidate would work closely with the Board of Directors to assist in formulating the overall company strategy and then ensure its successful execution. Responsibilities include strategic planning, staff supervision, financial management, fundraising, community relations, educational partnerships, strong leadership and the ability to inspire and lead the organization.
Key Skills & Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in related field. Master’s Degree preferred
10+ years in a leadership role within education or like business, with a focus on youth leadership programs preferred
Strong experience in working with non-profit organizations
Knowledgeable and passionate about the mission of Reaching Higher
Proven experience with strategic and operational planning
Excellent people and management skills to interact with staff, key stakeholders including school administrators, parents, instructors, volunteers, business community, community at large and donors
Role model for strong work ethic and able to foster an environment of trust and respect
Excellent oral/written communication skills, including group facilitation and presentation
Very strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)
Ability to manage multiple high level priorities and deliver on tight deadlines
Local travel required
Candidates meeting the qualifications can submit resume by July 24, 2015 to

Employment Specialist (Greenville/Ionia)
Organization: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids Position Type: Full Time Contact Name: Ana Galloway
Position Description:
The Employment Specialist provides person-centered career coaching and employability skills training to individuals facing barriers to employment – specifically out-of-school youth ages 16 - 24. Other general responsibilities include documenting participant contacts and progress, maintaining files and accurate documentation, assisting participants in identifying barriers and goals, assisting participants in accessing community resources, and providing retention services. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree, experience in a human services or related field, strong communication and organizational skills, the ability to work well as a member of a team, the ability to work well with diverse populations, a valid driver’s license, and reliable transportation. The ideal candidate will have these qualifications and a desire to help people, of varied backgrounds, make positive changes in their lives through employment, education, and self-sufficiency. Other preferred qualifications include: knowledge of local community resources; knowledge of motivational interviewing techniques; ability to self-start, motivate, and follow through; and experience working with individuals facing barriers to employment
To Apply: Please send a copy of your application, cover letter, and resume to Ana Galloway at

Community Engagement Specialist (Greenville/Ionia)
Organization: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids Position Type: Full Time Contact Name: Ana Galloway
Position Description:
The Community Engagement Specialist is responsible for building partnerships with local employers and community organizations in Montcalm and Ionia Counties in an effort to assist individuals in obtaining long-term and competitive employment, and establishing opportunities for skill building work experiences. This includes identifying, researching and targeting prospective businesses and organizations using all available means. This position will also share information about Goodwill’s employment and retention services, promote the Friday morning information sessions, and recruit new participants. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to interact and coordinate services with other program staff who are working towards the same goals. Preferred qualifications include: a bachelor’s degree in a related field; strong communication, listening, and networking skills; the ability to work well with diverse populations; a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation; and the ability to work collaboratively as a member of a team. Preferred qualifications include knowledge of the local communities in Montcalm and Ionia Counties, experience working with individuals facing barriers to employment, and at least one year of experience in a sales or customer service related position. This is an exciting opportunity for an energetic and enthusiastic individual who enjoys meeting new people, is focused on customer service, and has a strong desire to make an impact in the lives of others.
To Apply: Please send a copy of your application, cover letter, and resume to Ana Galloway at

Licensed Social Worker (Detroit)
Positive Images, Inc. located in Detroit, MI is a licensed substance abuse treatment program. Our services include traditional and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, residential treatment and a Maternal Infant Health Program.
Positive Images is seeking a Licensed Social Worker to join our team of talented professionals. Part time and full time positions are available. This individual should have at least one year subsequent experience working with adults in a mental health / substance abuse / human services facility. We offer full-time employees a competitive salary, a paid time off package and health benefits.
If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to:

Major Gifts Officer (Wixom)
Detroit Public Television (DPTV) and WRCJ 90.9 FM (WRCJ) seeks a Major Gifts Officer with demonstrated experience in managing relationships and securing support from donors who are capable of making gifts of $1,000 - $10,000+ to support its mission and operations. Prospects will generally be individuals and family foundations (those with few formal processes or staff) capable of making major donations as annual, planned, capital, and/or project gifts. The Major Gifts Officer will nurture current relationships, cultivate new relationships and participate in major donor special events.
Bachelor degree in Philanthropy, Business, Communications, or related field of study or equivalent experience. 6+ years of experience in Development including extensive use of fundraising database software to capture donor information, research donor history/interests, and generate actionable lists; knowledge of Salesforce a plus.
2+ years of experience working with Senior Manager, Board members and volunteer leadership to develop and execute an “ask”.
2+ years of experience writing fundraising proposals or grant applications.
Accomplished “face-to-face” fundraiser with a demonstrated ability to present the strategic direction and the importance of the institution to the community.
Strong knowledge of the programming and community priorities of Detroit Public Television and WRCJ 90.9 FM.
Excellent research, written, spoken, social media, and presentational skills.
Ability to work collegially with others in the organization.
Please send resume and cover letter to

Holland Program Coordinator (Holland)
Kids’ Food Basket is a force for "Attacking Childhood Hunger in West Michigan." We began twelve years ago by serving 125 kids each school day through our Sack Supper program and now serve over 6,300 kids each school/summer program day throughout Grand Rapids and Muskegon and most recently, Holland. Sack Suppers are evening meals that provide five food groups—nutrition that’s critical to the development of kids’ brains and bodies.
Job Responsibilities

Organize inventory
Coordinate food pick-ups and drop offs.
Coordinate driver volunteer program
Coordinate food drive pick-ups and food orders.
Make deliveries, as needed.
Acquire in-kind donation data and properly track donations.
Set-up, facilitation, and clean-up of volunteer groups (or delegate facilitation).
Food Procurement.
Community Outreach/Communication/Development

Assists Communications Specialist
Speak on behalf of KFB Holland Program as requested throughout community.
Organizes and hosts Connect with KFB events
Oversees outreach committees as assigned.
Coordination of third party fundraiser events

Coordinate volunteer program
Provide outstanding customer service volunteer base.
Navigate donor management and volunteer scheduling software.
Responsible for the administrative work that goes along with this position
Provide tours and basic orientation
Lead and work with diverse volunteer
Other duties as assigned.
At least 40 hours per week
For more details see the full job description at
Send cover letter and resume to:

Vice President of Finance – Chief Financial Officer (Royal Oak)
Judson Center a premier, non-profit human services agency in SE Michigan/Metro Detroit is seeking an experienced and dynamic executive leader as its Vice President of Finance/Chief Financial Officer (CFO). With a budget of more than $16 million, Judson Center provides services to over 4,000 consumers annually in four Centers of Excellence: Autism, Behavioral & Mental Health, Adoption and Foster Care and Disability Services.
The CFO is responsible for leading all financial matters of Judson Center and its affiliate organizations. Reporting to and working closely with the President/CEO, the CFO partners with other executive/senior leadership team members and the board of directors to develop, implement and evaluate the overall financial strategy of the organization. The CFO leads accounting, budgeting and asset management for the organization, including financial compliance and recognition of government contracts and private grants. The CFO oversees key business support services (i.e., IT, HR, Facilities) supervising Directors/managers responsible for these operational areas. The CFO also supports new program development initiatives. Position requires significant interaction with Board of Trustees and Board committees.

Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related; master’s degree and CPA preferred.
Minimum of 8 years progressive financial leadership experience in mid/larger non-profit human/social service organization.
Experience directing all aspects of an organization’s finance and business support systems, including IT, facilities management and HR.
Qualified candidates submit cover letter, resume and salary expectations to:
Todd Hanselman
Director of HR
Equal Opportunity Employer

Development Director (Southfield)
Akiva Hebrew Day School is a private Jewish Day School located in Southfield, MI and has over 300 students and 4.2M budget, 20% of which is currently raised through donor and fundraising events. The Development Director reports to, and works in partnership with the Chief Executive Officer in management, development, public relations, and communications of the school.

5+ years of Major Gift Fundraising experience
Experience in Private School Administration a plus
Ability to build a team, effectively recruiting and managing volunteers
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel) and previous experience with fundraising databases
Experience in a Jewish Day School or non-profit environment strongly preferred with Bachelor’s Degree in related field
For consideration and more information email a cover letter and resume to:

President/CEO (Flint)
Whaley Children’s Center (WCC) is a private, 501 (c)3, CARF accredited organization located in Flint Michigan. With a mission of providing tools to children and families who have experienced trauma to reach their full potential, WCC provides comprehensive residential care, clinical treatment, educational services, case management services, and an array of other programs and services for children in foster care.
WCC seeks a dynamic and experienced President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who will report directly to the Board of Directors. The President and CEO must have a Master’s Degree in human service field with a minimum of five years in an executive leadership role, with at least two (2) years in a child caring or child placing institution.
The President and CEO must have high competency in organizational management, fund development, community relations, and advocacy. He/she must also demonstrate strong problem solving and strategic planning skills, as well as a strong understanding of the changing and complex child welfare landscape. This person must have strong communication skills, be versatile and flexible, and have high integrity.
WCC desires a seasoned leader who can commit to maintaining a strong presence in the community as well as advocate with DHS, philanthropists, and state lawmakers. He/she must have a strong commitment to maintaining best practices in clinical treatment as well as nonprofit management.
Please email cover letter and resume to Kevin Roach at No phone calls please. For more information, please visit

Principal/Teacher (Benton Harbor)
The Benton Harbor Girls Academy is seeking an Academy Mistress/Teacher for grades three through eight. The Academy is a non-graded, individualized learning environment, with a maximum of fifteen girls per classroom. The Academy serves students of Benton Harbor, Michigan, an economically challenged area.
The Academy Mistress (or Principal) will have the professional skills and empathy to work with middle-school age girls needing a strong, sound, growth-focused learning environment for education to meet life’s challenges with competence and dignity. In addition to the professional skill, experience, and education to serve as Academy Mistress, the candidate of choice will also have the teaching credentials to teach one half –day classroom of girls. The small school setting and dual responsibility are ideal for a creative, organized, and dedicated educator who wants to make a difference in the lives of girls.
Interested individuals please send a resume, including education, experience, and references, to Dr. Patricia Ann Quattrin Ph.D., Executive Director, Benton Harbor Girls Academy, P. O. Box 840, Benton Harbor, MI 49023 or to by July 31, 2015.

Executive Director (Birmingham)
Birmingham Education Foundation
Birmingham, Michigan
The Executive Director is responsible for the development and growth of the Birmingham Education Foundation, which includes (but is not limited to) all fund development, donor relations, marketing, grant review and award processes, management of financial resources, coordination of volunteers and compliance with all local and state regulations regarding the Foundation. The Executive Director reports to and supports the Board of Directors, is responsible for fostering communications and positive public relations with key stakeholders including parents, school administration, school staff, the Birmingham Public Schools Board of Education, local business community, community at large, and donors. Salary: $45,000-$55,000 plus incentives, Starting Date: August 2015. Interested candidates please visit our website: for complete job description. Candidates meeting the qualifications must submit a LETTER OF INTEREST & CURRENT RESUME by July 3, 2015 to:

Substance Abuse & Addiction Therapist (Ann Arbor)
Samaritan Counseling Services, a Christian nonprofit organization is looking for a part-time substance abuse and addiction therapist. You must be a licensed MSW or PhD. Pay is a percentage based on the number of clients the therapist sees. Please send your resume and a cover letter telling why you would be a good fit for our organization to: Christie Lypka, by July 15th.

Data Management Clerk (Part Time) (Lansing)
A member of the Development, Community Relations, and Marketing Team, the position is responsible for assisting and supporting the team in the successful implementation of donor and community cultivation. Position is responsible for processing and reporting of all donor, volunteer, and gift information/acknowledgements, including daily contribution processing, scheduling management of donor cultivation contacts, and event information.
Handles donor inquiries, gift acknowledgements, and assisting the Outreach & Events Coordinator. Responsible for:

Electronic mailing lists
Data and pattern analysis
System enhancement and reporting
Creating reports
Daily/Monthly revenue report reconciliation w/STVCC’s Accounting department
Information on donors, pledges, revenue sources (individual/corporate/special interest), and events is tracked in the Donor Perfect system (database). This position also offers clerical support for special projects, volunteer applications, and is a back-up role for the Agency’s main receptionist.
Successful Candidate would possess:

One year of experience as an Office Administrator or Manager
Proficiency in MS Office
Familiar with the concept of databases (i.e. Donor Perfect)
Self-motivating with a strong work ethic
Ability to work independently
Excellent customer service skills and alignment with our Mission
Share our vision and demonstrate our Core Values (personally & professionally)
Position’s demands are cyclical (avg. 25 hrs/wk); expectation is full-time from November-February, reducing hours significantly to par from March-August. Benefits include EAP and Paid Time Off.
RESPOND BY: Immediately, Open until filled
St. Vincent Catholic Charities
Human Resources
Fax: 517-886-1191

Data Base Administrator (Full Time) (Lansing)
Under the general direction of the Facilities Director, this position supports the agency in all types of business technology needs. The focus areas will be coordinating software systems, database applications and the agency website. This opposition will help support program workers as a help-desk for day to day technology needs.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Software position specific duties:

Database Administrator of agency software databases; Apricot, Great Plains, Donor Perfect, Medisoft, Immigration Pro and other agency utilized software systems.
Create and maintain custom reports for Apricot, Great Plains, Donor Perfect, Medisoft, and other software.
Work with staff to gain working knowledge of databases and agency need.
Agency website maintenance and support to programs from Software systems.
Responds to staff inquiries regarding usage of various program software.
Test software applications and systems.
Other duties and Responsibilities:

Serves as a member of the Technology Team to coordinate the development of agency technology.
Attends and actively participates in meetings, conferences, in-services and other trainings deemed appropriate.
Job Specifications:

Education: Possession of Bachelor’s Degree in related field.
Experience: A minimum of three to five years of progressively more responsible work experience in accounting, technology, or business administration.
Registration, licenses, certifications or special training: proficient in word processing, spreadsheet and database software.
St. Vincent Catholic Charities
ATTN: Rose Fede
2800 West Willow Street
Lansing, MI 48917
RESPOND BY: Open Until Filled

Learning Services Intern & Communicaitons Intern (Detroit and Grand Haven)
The Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF) has two internship opportunities available. Both internships are for one year and are for 20 hours per week. The Learning Services Internship would work from our Detroit office and the Communications Internship could work from either our Grand Haven or Detroit office location. To see the complete descriptions of the internship opportunities please log on to our website under the jobs area.

Executive Director/CEO (Detroit)
The Executive Director/CEO role should live in the Metropolitan Detroit area, familiar with the city and its housing challenges. Individual must have strong networks within political and social structures of the City of Detroit. Provides overall operational leadership in achieving the organization’s mission and directing day-to-day activities. This is to be achieved in accordance with Habitat’s stated purpose and in such a manner that optimizes the desired results. He/she works with the Board of Directors to develop a plan for achieving the organization’s mission, strategy, annual goals and objectives, and then directs the staff and operational components of the organization toward the achievement of these goals. Responsibilities include fundraising, community relations and awareness-raising, financial management, strategic planning, staff supervision and leadership, and serving as a liaison with the board of directors.

Minimum BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university.
The position requires an individual with seven years or more of related management level experience in a leadership role for a not for profit organization.
Experience working with housing and serving those persons who are economically disadvantage;
Ability to plan for and develop sources of funds;
Ability to raise public awareness and develop community support;
Ability to provide financial leadership in allocation, use and leveraging of resources;
Ability to organize, plan, and implement activities appropriate to further organizational goals;
Ability to work effectively with volunteer boards, communities and volunteers;
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Interested applicants can apply to

First Responder - Multiple Open Positions (Western Wayne County)
First Step: Western Wayne County Project on Domestic and Sexual Violence Looking for several 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 and other safe locations. Comprehensive training and supervision provided.
2 Full-time positions: Midnights (12a-8a Mon.-Fri.) and Afternoons (4p-12a Tues.-Sat.) Several part-time positions: Varied shifts (4p-12a, 12a-8a and 8a-4p) primarily weekday evenings/ nights, weekends and some holidays (holiday pay is time-and-a-half).
Starting at $12/hour. Opportunities for advancement.
Full time positions: Option for health, dental, optical insurance after 90 days. Life insurance and long-term disability insurance after 120 days. Employer contribution to 401k. Accrued sick and vacation time. Holidays off with pay. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work/ human services, or equivalent work experience. Experience in crisis counseling, domestic violence and/or sexual assault. 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/reliable transportation/current auto insurance. Ability to travel between Wayne County sites. Have and maintain excellent driving record, current proof of insurance. Pass and maintain background checks (criminal, sex offender, and child abuse). Ability to lift 30 pounds on occasion. Bilingual a plus. EOE.
Send resume and cover letter to Desiree Herrick: No phone calls please.

Marketing and Communications Manager (Flint)
The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan seeks full time creative Marketing and Communication Manager with +5 years marketing/communications experience with BS/BA. Candidates will have non-profit fund development and marketing strategy experience with advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and various supporting programs (adobe, word press, Front Page, etc.) along with collateral materials: video, multi-media, website, signage, logos, merchandise, social media and e-communications. Demonstrated ability to write and edit newsletters, annual reports, promotional materials, and public speaking. Submit resume/cover letter to HR Director at or mail to 2300 Lapeer Rd, Flint, MI 48503. EOE.

Executive Director (Detroit)
iO, is a nationally recognized hub of creativity for K-12 students in Detroit who are curious about exploring their worlds through the power of poetry. The Executive Director is a strategic thinker and implementer of iO's mission. The ED establishes the artistic, programmatic and funding direction, sees to the development of all plans, and leads the staff to ensure plans are executed. For more information or to send your resume apply at or

Match Support Specialist (Lansing)
Responsible for providing support & supervision to mentoring matches to ensure child safety, positive impacts for youth, constructive and satisfying relationships between children and volunteers, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS on the part of volunteers. The successful incumbent will produce positive outcomes in the following areas: match closure rate, frequency of match closures, average match length, volunteer rematch rate, on-time completion of support contacts and customer satisfaction.
Minimum Bachelor's degree in human services, social work, psychology or a related field.
Assessment and relationship development experience with child and adult populations.
Understanding of child development and family dynamics. Excellent oral and written communication skills reflecting solid customer service, both in-person and over the phone.
Ability to form and sustain appropriate child, adult volunteer-based relationships based on positive youth development and volunteer satisfaction.
Effectively assess and execute the following relational support skills: guiding, supporting, confronting, advising and/or negotiating.
Relate well in multicultural environments.
Effectively collaborate with other staff, organizations and schools.
Ability to collect meaningful data and draw conclusions.
High level of self-management and organization.
Prior experience with a database due to high volume of data entry.
Successful completion of a background check required.
Must have valid Driver's License, reliable transportation and meet state required automobile insurance minimums.
For a full listing, please see our website: Deadline to apply: July 7, 2015
Big Brothers Big Sisters Michigan Capital Region
Attention: Shari Nelson
330 Marshall Street, Suite 103
Lansing, MI 48912-2317
OR via email at:

Senior Development Officer (Detroit)
Senior Development Officer (Detroit)
The Detroit Public Schools Foundation seeks an experienced (3-5 years) senior development officer with a proven track record to serve as the Foundation’s primary fundraising professional. Areas of responsibility include annual appeal, major gifts, donor recognition, and grants management. The senior development officer will work with the President to identify funding strategies, cultivate donors, and solicit gifts, to help ensure the achievement of annual goals and objectives. This position oversees the work of volunteers on the Foundation’s Development Committee, and the Alumni Relations Committee. For full job description, please visit
Interested applicants please submit a cover letter and resume to:

Development Director (Fraser)
CARE of Southeastern Michigan is seeking a full-time Development Director. The person in this position will be a dynamic leader ready to take the agency to the next level of fundraising efforts. The position is responsible for leading fundraising efforts, coordinating marketing, and building relationships on behalf of the organization. A summary of job responsibilities includes:
Development and implementation of development and marketing goals.
Develops and coordinates fundraising program including donor identification, cultivation, and stewardship Relationship building with foundations, businesses, donors, and community leaders.
Directly solicit cash donations, in-kind contributions, planned gifts, and service donations.
Coordination of fundraising events, including annual Bike PATH (cycling event).
Completes grants and grant reports for foundations and corporate giving.
Qualifications include:
Bachelor’s degree in administration or related field.
Minimum of three years of experience in the fund development field is required.
Experience in grant writing is strongly preferred.
Experience planning an athletic event is strongly preferred.
Experience in Microsoft Office is required.
Experience with Gift Works is preferred.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Experience with social media is strongly preferred.
For application information visit
Writing samples will be required at the time of the interview.

CFO (Dearborn)
Services to Enhance Potential seeks a highly motivated financial professional to become a valued member of its Executive Leadership team. Services to Enhance Potential (STEP) is a non profit organization which provides supports and services to over 1,300 persons with disabilities and other mental health needs in Wayne County.
Responsibilities include forecasting, budgeting, purchasing, payroll, A/P, A/R, monthly and year end financial statements, reporting and other financial matters. CFO supervises a comprehensive accounting department. Position also includes responsibilities associated with Information Technology and Human Resources.
This key position reports directly to CEO/President. Candidates should possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting (Advanced Degree Preferred) and a valid CPA license. Excellent salary and benefits including health, dental, life, 403(b) and paid time off. Salary commensurate with experience.
Interested candidates should submit their resumes to

Online Content Specialist (Detroit)
The Online Content Specialist is a dynamic role that requires a self-motivated individual contributor with experience and skills in web content management, Google Adwords and display advertising, writing and editing for the web, graphic design, and site management.
The Online Content Specialist will use the content management system and other technologies, working alongside designers and back-end programmers to keep the website current and to ensure consistency throughout our site. This role will oversee planning and execution of web projects, production schedules and quality assurance.
As a member of our Marketing & Communications team, the Online Content Specialist will be responsible for creating and managing stories and video assets for all our website, social media platforms, and electronic newsletters.
This position will also manage our Google Adwords and Display Advertising accounts in conjunction with the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer.
Bachelors degree in related field or equivalent experience.
Must be willing to work flexible schedule.
Send resume to:

Accounting Clerk - Accounts Payable/Receivable (Southfield)
Volunteers of America Michigan has an opening for an Accounting Clerk to provide support for the CFO and Controller in carrying out the responsibilities of the Finance/Accounting Department, specifically as it relates to Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, housing management and miscellaneous reconciliations. Will handle responsibilities and assignments in a professional and timely manner thereby creating a productive and effective workplace.

Associates Degree (in Accounting preferred) and minimum of three years accounts payable/receivable, general ledger and general accounting experience or combination thereof.
Knowledge and ability to track and reconcile invoices and receipts
Ability to process and input invoices for multiple departments
Ability to process checks
Must be highly organized, detail-oriented and able to work independently
Able to fill out credit applications and tax exempt status forms
Must have excellent communication skills
Must have excellent work habits including the willingness to work the hours necessary to get the job done
Computer skills with a high level of experience in Excel and accounting software. Experience with MIP/Sage Software a definite plus
Able to produce accurate work product in a timely manner and consistently meet deadlines
Customer service mind-set
Please send cover letter and resume to or fax to 248-945-1614.

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