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EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center Listings - July 24, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Senior Vp of Planned and Major Gifts (Detroit)
The Non-Profit Personnel Network has been retained to assist the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in recruiting a Senior VP of Planned and Major Gifts. This person will carry a substantial portfolio of major donor prospects, and be knowledgeable about planned giving tools and techniques. 6-8 years of progressive experience is required. To apply for this position, please go to to view the full job description.

Patient Education Specialist (Eastpointe)
Handle patient inquiries and crisis calls, and provide guidance by phone and email. Research, write and update/develop education materials and brochures. Additional duties include database input, patient mailings, forum planning and assisting with other projects and special events as needed.

Excellent verbal and written skills required. Ability to adapt to changing priorities is a must. Background in social work, medical field or teaching is helpful, but not required. Willing to train the right person. Web site experience helpful. Occasional travel. Full time M-F, 9:30-5:00. This is an hourly salaried position. Salary based on experience. Please send resume along with salary history to with subject line: Patient Education Specialist. No phone calls please.

Membership and Events Manager (Lansing)
The Historical Society of Michigan seeks a qualified individual to serve as Membership and Events Manager.
The Membership and Events Manager is responsible for attracting, retaining, and engaging members and creating short- and long-term goals for membership growth. The successful candidate, working with the Executive Director, will also oversee operations and logistics for major Society conferences, including the State History Conference, Michigan in Perspective: The Local History Conference, U.P. History Conference and other events. In addition, this position will work with existing staff to research and implement improved processes and solutions, as well as develop strategies for greater presence in communities statewide.
The position reports to the Executive Director of the Historical Society of Michigan.
For a complete position description including minimum qualifications to apply please visit
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. We encourage applications from under-represented groups as well as individuals who have experience with diverse populations; women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
To apply please email a cover letter and resume to

Network Administrator (Wayne)
The Network Administrator will provide the IT Manager with support for daily IT administration tasks, functions and projects\tasks assigned to the IT Department such as:

Take part in providing information technology help desk services to all personnel;
Assist with workstation\server administration;
Assist with phone system administration;
Assist with Microsoft Access\SQL\Oracle reporting and database administration;
Assist with IT planning and development;
Support and perform report generation activities;
Manage assigned projects, including coordinating with outside vendors;
Research and resolve day-to-day and long term issues
Requirements: Ability to work independently, multitask and prioritize assignments to meet project or task deadlines. Excellent problem solving, communication, customer service skills. Exceptional attention to detail. Effectively gather and analyze information to resolve issues not previously encountered. Demonstrated experience troubleshooting and supporting Microsoft Windows\Office in an enterprise level network. Working knowledge of Access\SQL databases, inclusive of writing SQL queries. Demonstrated experience with Windows Server, Active Directory and Exchange, including: deployment, troubleshooting and management. Experience working with digital and\or IP phone systems. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with outside vendors and various constituencies to complete projects.
For full job details and to apply - visit our website

Program Specialist (Wayne)
The Program Specialist works in a team environment to assist the agency in delivering various programmatic information and assistance to older adults, caregivers and individuals with disabilities. Must be able to quickly understand and grasp complex issues such as multiple needs of individuals. Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate effectively with individuals from all demographic groups. This position will require use of a computer to access and input information. The position also requires public speaking and requires travel to different host sites in our public service area.
Job Duties include (but are not limited to)
Assist in the development, implementation, coordination and evaluation of programs sponsored, operated or funded by the agency as directed by the Planning & Programs Manager and/or CIPO;
Assist in administering the Title V Senior Employment program, The Senior Alliance Holiday Meals program, Evidence-Based Disease Prevention programs, agency outreach activities and other programs, as directed by the Planning & Programs Manager and/or CIPO;
Assist in supporting the development, implementation of the annual area implementation plan and multi-year plan, as directed by the Planning & Programs Manager and/or the CIPO;
Coordinates agency activities with other aging network organizations, ADRC partners or stakeholders;
Develop, prepare and produce programmatic reports, as required;
Ensure data is accurately and completely documented into proper databases in a timely manner;
A degree in human services is preferred.
For full job details and to apply - please visit our website at

Supports Coordinators - Social Workers & RN's (Wayne)
The Senior Alliance is looking for licensed Social Workers and Registered Nurses to fill Supports Coordinator (Case Management) roles. The Supports Coordinators conduct comprehensive participant assessments and reassessments and works as a team to develop and monitor care plans for the elderly. The SC's work with family members and caregivers to maximize available support systems.
Duties include:
Conducts comprehensive participant assessment to determine the social, emotional and limitations of community care (CC) participants.
Works as a team to develop participant care plans, including determination of frequency and duration of social services required under the care plan.
Facilitates delivery of services determined necessary under the care plan with appropriate social service agencies, The Senior Alliance funded providers, and other human service organizations.
Monitors participant care plans to ascertain delivery of needed services, and performs participant reassessments functions to determine needed alterations in the participant care plans.
Works with family members and other volunteer caregivers to maximize available informal support systems.
Maintains liaisons with hospitals, human service providers, home care agencies, and other referring agencies in geographic area of responsibility.
Ensures compliance with all program standards and guidelines.
Assists in providing documentation of project activities for reports and/or participant applications to Michigan Office of Services to the Aging, Michigan Department of Community Health, Family Independence agency and/or other program funding sources.
For full job details & to apply, visit our website

Data Specialist (Wayne)
The Data Specialist works in a financial team environment to assist the agency with various data entry requirements for various contracts and on-line database systems. Also assists with administration and program tasks when necessary.
Job Duties include (but are not limited to)
Maintains and inputs a record keeping system that includes all required client data and case status information accurately on the client tracking systems. The system should function in a way that facilitates the sequence of care management tasks. Data is maintained daily, as assigned or as appropriate.
Prepares client source data for data entry by compiling and sorting information, establishing data entry priorities
Review and analyze client source documents for deficiencies
Resolve discrepancies by following standard procedures or returning incomplete documents for resolution
Process source documents accurately and timely to meet daily deadlines
Verify entered client account data by reviewing and make correcting entries when applicable
File source documents in client record
Comply with data integrity and security policies
Completes the reporting of programmatic data as requested of the agency by funding sources.
For full job details & to apply - visit our website at

Marketing Coordinator (Grand Rapids)
Title: Marketing Coordinator
Organization Name: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Salary: $15.00 Hourly, Non-Exempt
Contact Name: Ana Galloway
Contact E-mail:
Job Description:
Responsible for providing support to traditional marketing initiatives including proofing, archiving, graphic designer liaison, and events. Actively contribute to team meetings and organizational initiatives. Previous marketing or non-profit experience is preferred. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite. Excellent organizational and communication skills.
Essential Job Functions:
Work with and assist Community Relations Department in all aspects of their day to day departmental functions
Manage and coordinate community events including: holiday activities, school activities, etc. (broaden our reach while being strategic with keeping ROI in mind)
Ensure accuracy, consistency, and usefulness of department’s stored information.
Archive media, photos and CDs.
Provide departmental support including supply orders, inventory control, etc.
Manage organizational ordering for business cards/letterhead, etc.
Order marketing materials/trade show materials as needed for workforce development initiatives.
Serve as liaison between graphic designer and employees
Assist with events and activities including but not limited to handling incoming phone calls, monitoring of activities and recommending action to the department.
All other duties as assigned by the Chief Marketing & Communications Officer.
Qualifications & Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English, Journalism, or similar field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Previous marketing or non-profit experience is preferred: 1 year.
To Apply: Please contact Ana Galloway at

Community Engagement Director (Grand Rapids)
Title: Community Engagement Director
Organization Name: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Salary: $55,000.00 Salary
Contact Name: Ana Galloway
Contact E-mail:
Basic Function: Interface with the community through chambers, key community organizations, etc. to determine growth opportunities, i.e. ROI for retail sales. Provide strategic insights for traditional and digital marketing. Responsible for assisting the Chief Marketing Officer with the strategic planning process, operational implementation, and measurement. Serve as the department point person in CMOs absence.
Essential Job Functions:
Serve as point person in absence of CMO i.e. media relations and daily operations
Promote Goodwill’s organizational, participant, and employee successes and (tell our story) through communication efforts including press releases and human interest stories.
Works under the direction of the CMO to develop agency wide marketing strategies along with that are consistent with the overall strategic plan and the mission of Goodwill.
Provide suggestions to optimize shopper and donor experiences through traditional and digital marketing campaigns.
Assist with departmental strategic planning process and operational implementation.
Oversee/attend community driven events for retail and community engagement ROI
Establish benchmarks and metrics for community engagement return
Qualifications & Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English, Journalism, or similar field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
A minimum of 18 months previous marketing or non-profit experience is preferred. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office. Familiarity with online social media technology. Excellent organizational and communication skills.
To Apply: Please contact Ana Galloway at

Accounting Associate (Kalamazoo)
The United Way of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Region (UWBCKR) partners across all sectors to achieve measurable progress towards specific goals in Education, Income and Health -- the building blocks for a good quality life. Our organization stands in the top five percent of United Way organizations nation-wide in overall resource development results. This past year, more than $18 million dollars was successfully secured, administered and leveraged locally to fuel the ongoing movement to change the story in communities throughout our region…one life at a time.
This mid-level position supports the Finance Team through following responsibilities:
Processes payroll, maintains employee benefits databases, and assists with new employee paperwork
Processes accounts payable, accounts receivable, expense reports
Audits pledges received during the campaign
Creates journal entries and reconciles bank statements
Assists CFO in the preparation of audit work papers
Supports front desk and database administrator
Associate’s degree or equivalent experience, with some nonprofit experience desired.
Previous experience processing payroll and AR/AP is required.
Strong attention to detail with the ability to accurately process large amounts of data.
High level of organization.
Ability to problem-solve.
Positive, professional personality that appropriately represents the United Way to visitors.
Significant knowledge of Microsoft Windows, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint programs. Knowledge of accounting application software like Financial Edge and a payroll system is also required.
Apply with resume and cover letter to Rhonda Stull by August 7 at:

Director of People & Culture, Human Resources (Kalamazoo)
The Director of People & Culture is a full-time regular position that serves as the champion for all resources related to both staffing and organizational culture at the Kalamazoo Nature Center. Specifically this includes: being the champion of the KNC culture, overseeing the volunteer program, and managing all aspect of human resources. This position will plan, direct, and coordinate activities to maximize the strategic use of human resources (paid and volunteer) and maintain functions such as employee compensation, recruitment, personnel policies and regulatory compliance.
Minimum 3 years in Human Resources with special emphasis on creating and maintaining a positive team culture strongly preferred.
Minimum of bachelor's degree in human resource management or business related field strongly preferred.
Strong personal commitment to the KNC Mission.
Significance experience working with volunteers.
In-depth understanding of the government rules and regulations as it relates to human resource functions.
Commitment to uphold a strong work and environmental ethic while respecting the diversity of culture and beliefs among KNC’s stakeholders.
Experience with non-profits a plus.
Computer competency in MS Office, Google suite, Raiser’s Edge, Volgistics, preferred.
Strong attention to organization and detail.
Ability to work individually and as a team member.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Creativity and high energy.
Self-starter and self-directed.
Able to maintain a flexible work schedule – weekends, evenings and holidays.
Full job description & application instructions at:

Associate Director - Major Gifts Donor Relations (Kalamazoo)
Looking for an impassioned, motivated team player to help carry out UWBCKR’s mission by managing its Major and Planned Giving strategies and initiatives, through execution of the key accountabilities of Donor Cultivation and Stewardship, Donor Solicitation, Relationship Management and Industry Expertise, and Volunteer Leadership.
Ability to link donor, volunteer, and advocates’ aspiration to needs
Ability to catalyze others’ commitment to mission
Strives vigorously to accomplish shared goals
Seeks and shares knowledge of community
Acts with integrity and strong ethics to foster trust at all levels, internalizing the meaning and commitment of United Way and consistently acts according to its value and purpose
Is able to communicate effectively to develop, grow, and sustain productive relationships
Knows how to capture relevant information, and in turn, interprets and utilizes the information to forge partnerships, collaborate, cultivate, grow, sustain, and strengthen internal and external relationships.
Values diversity and inclusion
Effective Public Speaker with ability to tell UW story in a compelling and inspirational way
BA degree in Communications, Public or Nonprofit Administration, Sales, or related field,
A minimum of three years of related work experience in donor relations, including major gifts and planned giving experience
Volunteer management experience a plus
Working knowledge of gift planning vehicles and gift planning tools, including prospect research
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Resumes can be submitted, along with a cover letter, to and will be accepted through August 7.

Executive Director (Detroit)
The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue (IADS) is seeking its first full time Executive Director. IADS is an exciting place with a passionate community in the heart of Downtown Detroit. The Synagogue’s mission is to serve as a beacon for the Jewish community of Metropolitan Detroit by maintaining an egalitarian synagogue rooted in tradition; by acting as a conduit for Jewish activity in the city; by offering a wide range of programming that will support the revitalization of the city; and by ensuring accessibility to all.
Since 2009, IADS has played a pivotal role in re-establishing a vigorous life for Judaism in the City of Detroit. Our work has helped to fuel commitments in the City by local and national Jewish organizations that have resulted in a dramatic increase in religious offerings, programming of all kinds, social justice activities, and community building.
The Executive Director will report to and work closely with the Board. The candidate being sought will feel comfortable working in an entrepreneurial environment and have the ability to balance a significant level of authority and independence with the teamwork inherent in an organization that strongly relies on board members, volunteers, membership and partnerships. The Executive Director will be a collaborator, steward and a troubleshooter, whose greatest skill will be the ability to focus on managing and assisting staff, leadership, and stakeholders in crafting solutions to challenges and opportunities.
For a complete job description, go to:
Please submit a cover letter and resume by August 7 to

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)
The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue, located in the Capitol Park area of downtown Detroit, seeks a part-time (16-24 hours/week) staff person to perform Gift-Processing, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and other office-related administrative operations. The Assistant will report to the Program Director and will work with both the Program Director and off-site CPA firm. The ideal candidate will be organized and enjoy working independently.
Required: High School Diploma or GED. Minimum of three years of administrative experience. Computer proficiency in Word, Excel and database management. Ability to accurately calculate figures and percentages and apply basic accounting concepts, with working knowledge of accounting principles required. Ability to work independently and proven proficiency at effective prioritization and multitasking. Efficient in maintaining hard copy and electronic file maintenance and documentation. Preferred: BA or Associate’s Degree. Development experience and knowledge of donor software. Accounts payable experience.
For a complete description, go to:
Temporary Position: An Administrative Assistant is being sought on a temporary basis through October 31st, with an opportunity for the position to continue.
Wages: Up to $14/hour based on skills and experience.
Position open until filled. Please submit a cover letter and resume to

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)
The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation is seeking highly-qualified applicants for an Administrative Assistant to join its team. The Foundation works with caring members of our community on important initiatives that improve the health and well-being of young people and their families, particularly in Southeast Michigan. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization located in Detroit.
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support, particularly for our fundraising staff. This position also participates in backing-up other support personnel as needed. Qualified candidates will have two or more years of administrative or secretarial experience, including managing multiple calendars. This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, and an Associate’s degree is preferred. Qualified candidates will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills along with a positive, professional demeanor.
CHMF is proud of its diverse workplace and is an E.E.O employer. A competitive compensation package will be provided. Please send a letter of interest, resume and salary history, either by mail or e-mail to be received no later than August 21, 2015 to: or
Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation
Attn: Human Resources
3901 Beaubien, Mail slot 257
Detroit, MI 48201

Director of Development (Lansing)
The Director of Development is responsible for creating, implementing and measuring the success of a comprehensive development plan in collaboration with the Executive Director, Board of Directors and chairs of the development committees. Please provide a resume, copy of a successful grant proposal, and cover letter (including salary requirements) by August 1st to Alexandera Jones, Director of Operations, at Any questions contact Alex at 517.708.4394.

Contract Specialist (Wayne)
The Contract Specialist works in a team environment to assists the agency with administering and maintaining program and Purchase of Service (POS) contract including data collection and assessment of contractors and POS vendors for compliance with Federal and State guidelines. Must be able to quickly understand, interpret complex issues and develop reports. This position will require the ability to oversee program evaluations and monitor quality assurance for contracted services. Requires bachelors degree or equivalent work experience.
The Contract Specialist reviews contract terms and conditions making sure that they comply with federal and state laws and Agency policies.
The Contract Specialist must have full knowledge of the terminology related to the services of the Agency.
Prepare and send addendums to the contracts under the direction of CFO.
Coordinate efforts related to the oversight and compliance including the annual Area Agency on Aging Assessment and the Program Outcome Assessment.
Review and document monthly cash requests
Review and follow up on vendor/contractor insurance adequacy
Monitor service provider compliance with contract conditions and, Funding Agency Minimum Operating Standards including annual and on-going off-site programmatic and fiscal assessments.
Maintain current agency policies and procedures in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations.
Hold at least one contractor and vendor meeting annually
Serve as community liaison and advocate for older adults.
Please see our website for full details at

Healthcare Program Manager (Wayne)
The Healthcare Program Manager provides MI Health Link program management and oversight. Oversees staff conducting comprehensive client assessments, reassessments, credentialing and service recommendations and works with ICO’s to obtain authorization for all services provided for the dual eligible population. Recognizes importance of authorization process with Integrated Care Organizations. Works with family members and caregivers to maximize available support systems. Provides proper documentation of MI Health Link activities and budgets.
Ability to work with multiple Integrated Care Organizations and receive and assign referrals to staff
Act as liaison between ICO’s and staff and ensure staff provide excellent customer service to plan members and ICO’s.
Monitors client care plans to ascertain delivery of needed services, and performs client reassessments functions to determine needed alterations in the client care plans.
Meets documentation requirements and standards for the MI Health Link program as set forth by the ICO’s and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Works with family members and other volunteer caregivers to maximize available informal support systems.
Maintains liaisons with hospitals, human service providers, home care agencies, and other referring agencies in geographic area of responsibility.
Assists in providing documentation of project activities for reports and/or client applications for internal review and to appropriate outside entities.
Supervises MI Health Link Supports Coordinator staff and Support Staff assigned to program.
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Development Database Coordinator (Detroit)
The Development Database Coordinator is responsible for handling the administrative and technical aspects associated with the planning and execution of THAW’s fundraising activities.
Manages and maintains THAW’s confidential donor / prospect database; balances with accounts receivable; generates reports and analyzes revenue data from Raiser’s Edge 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 Trains and supports others in the use of Raiser’s Edge software Provides administrative support for the development department Creates mailing lists for development and fundraising activities Conducts data and pattern analysis Maintains Raiser’s Edge system enhancements and reporting functionality Produces reports for Daily/Monthly revenue reconciliation with THAW’s Accounting department Maintains information on donors, pledges, and revenue sources Must have strong computer skills in the areas of database management, word processing, spreadsheets, and graphs Extensive Experience with Raiser’s Edge Experience with Financial Edge preferred Must have excellent and proven organization, communication (verbal and written), and customer service skills.
Must have good problem-solving skills and be a self-starter who can work effectively with little direction.
Proficiency in MS Office
Strong computer skills, which includes data entry and database management Familiarity with IRS regulations related to benevolent giving Associates degree required and Bachelor’s degree preferred plus two years of experience working in a non-profit environment, preferably in the area of fundraising
Please visit to view the complete job posting.
Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to

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