Sunday, August 16, 2015

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center Listings - August 14, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Vice President of Development (Fundraising) (Grandville)
We are seeking a visionary leader who has experience raising funds and leading a fundraising team.
This position, answering to the President, serves on the executive leadership team.

Cast Vision; create, lead and implement a Relationship Development strategy that delivers measurable outcomes regarding acquiring, retaining, and upgrading major donors
Assess all fundraising ministries and personnel and make strategic growth recommendations
Achieve donated income objectives
Work as part of an executive team to develop a Marketing strategy to ensure clear and strategic communication of Mission India’s accomplishments and needs
Play a key role in helping to determine corporate strategies and achieve strategic goals
Encourage, coach and assess Regional Directors in their role and ministry results
Position typically travels 70-90 days per year
Successful Candidates will have the following qualifications:
Proven self-starter and sustainability capacity to accomplish the roles of the position
Belief in the Great Commission and can articulate this well, relationship building skills, excellent communication skills, a high degree of initiative, and time management skills
Bachelor’s degree, a minimum of 5 years of proven fundraising experience for a non-profit organization, sales/territory management experience, and at least 5 years of working with high net worth individuals
Please submit your letter of interest and resume for immediate consideration via our applicant tracking system at

Major Gift Officer (Detroit)
City Year, Detroit
About Us
City Year is an education-focused nonprofit organization that partners with public schools to help keep students in school and on track to graduate. City Year AmeriCorps members commit to a year of full-time service in schools, where they work as tutors, mentors, and role models. Founded in Boston in 1988, City Year works in 25 cities across the United States and has international affiliates in London and Birmingham, England and Johannesburg, South Africa.
Position Overview
The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for building and managing relationships with high net worth donors and prospects to maximize financial donations to help City Year Detroit achieve its fundraising goals.
Basic Qualifications
Minimum three- four years professional experience: individual giving/major gift fundraising experience with proven track record.
Proven track record building relationships with high net worth donors.
Strong networking and relationship management skills.
Strong initiative and ability to work independently to achieve goals.
Experience planning and executing successful individual donor cultivation and retention events.
Strong research skills—ability to identify and research individual donor prospects.
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation commensurate with experience. Great benefits including health insurance with Flexible Spending Account, paid vacation, holidays, parental leave, 401K, and more.
To Apply Qualified applicants should apply on-line at and submit a resume, cover letter, and references to Bernadette Doré, at No calls please.

Assistant Buyer (Detroit)
Under the direction of the Director, Retail Operations is responsible for the general management of merchandise planning and implementation, including the development of proprietary products within assigned merchandise classifications.
To view a complete job description and to apply, please visit Please note that positions are not updated on a daily basis and may be modified and/or removed without notice.
The Detroit Institute of Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Campus/Community-Based AmeriCorps Members (Various Locations)
Campus/Community-based AmeriCorps members with the Mentoring to Access Corps (MAC) will act as mentors/ coaches for 50 high school youth in grades 9-12 to help them consider, plan for, and prepare for postsecondary education. A MAC AmeriCorps member will commit to 1700 hours (approximately 35-40 hours per week) over a year of service (October 1 through September 30). Successful candidates will be passionate about creating equitable opportunities and addressing barriers for all youth to attend college.
Required Qualifications:
Some college experience, Bachelor’s degree preferred
Prior experience serving youth and volunteers
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Possession of valid driver’s license
Possession of documentation of citizenship or lawful permanent resident alien status of the United States
Willingness to submit to a comprehensive criminal history check, including an FBI fingerprint check
An annual living allowance of $12,530 (pre-tax);
Standard AmeriCorps member health care coverage;
Income-eligible childcare assistance;
Ongoing professional development and networking opportunities;
Participation in a statewide project dedicated to building the future of Michigan’s youth;
Education Award of $5,730 to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans (pending completion of a minimum 1700 hours of service over a 12 month period);
Forbearance on qualified student loans.
Full position description available here.
To Apply:
Please contact Elizia Artis, MAC Program Manager via email at

Mentoring-Based AmeriCorps Members (Various Locations)
Mentoring members with the Mentoring to Access Corps (MAC) AmeriCorps program will recruit, train, and support mentors to provide career exposure opportunities and/or encourage K-12 youth to consider, plan for, and prepare for postsecondary education. A MAC AmeriCorps member will commit to 1700 hours (approximately 35-40 hours per week) over a year of service (October 1 through September 30). Successful candidates will be passionate about creating equitable opportunities, career exposure, and addressing barriers for all youth to attend college.
Required Qualifications:
Some college experience, Bachelor’s degree preferred
Prior experience serving youth and volunteers
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Possession of valid driver’s license
Possession of documentation of citizenship or lawful permanent resident alien status of the United States
Willingness to submit to a comprehensive criminal history check, including an FBI fingerprint check
An annual living allowance of $12,530 (pre-tax);
Standard AmeriCorps member health care coverage;
Income-eligible childcare assistance;
Ongoing professional development and networking opportunities;
Participation in a statewide project dedicated to building the future of Michigan’s youth;
Education Award of $5,730 to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans (pending completion of a minimum 1700 hours of service over a 12 month period);
Forbearance on qualified student loans.
Full position description available here.
To Apply:
Please contact Elizia Artis, MAC Program Manager via email at

Membership and Development Assistant (Detroit)
CultureSource is seeking a Membership and Development Assistant. He/She will provide support for the recruitment, stewardship and retention of CultureSource members and will participate in fundraising activities and events specifically but not limited to focusing on individual donors. She/He may also support database entry, event planning and logistics support, and funder correspondence. The position reports to the Membership and Development Relations Consultant. This is a part-time hourly position at an average of 24-30 hours/wk. and is a 2 year limited term at $15-$18/hr.
2-3 years of membership and fundraising/fund development support experience
Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize tasks and manage time
Effective written and oral communication
Excellent skills in performing administrative support functions requiring independent judgment, decision-making, and problem resolution
Excellent interpersonal and professional skills with an ability to interface with a variety of individuals, staff, and other organizations daily
Experience working on multiple projects simultaneously, successfully prioritizing tasks
Excellent computer skills, including experience with Word and Excel
CultureSource is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Please see for full job description.
No phone calls please. Please submit Cover Letter and Resume by September 20, 2015 to:
Amy DeWys
4747 Second Ave., Ste. 147
Detroit, MI 48201
Or at

Registered Nurse Supports Coordinator (Macomb & Oakland County)
Registered Nurse Supports Coordinator
Organization: Area Agency on Aging 1-B (non-profit)
Position: Full-Time
Location: Macomb & Oakland County Areas
Under the general supervision of the Clinical Manager, this individual uses person-centered principles to assess the medical, functional, psychological, financial, and enviromental needs of potential Community Support Services participants. Work with the participant and his/her selected persons to develop a person centered plan; assist and support the participant to manage their care needs. He/she is also responsible for ongoing monitoring and reassessment of participants and quality assurance activities. The Support Coordinator (SC) will be assigned a specific area but will be expected to cover the entire six-county region as needed. Community based staff schedule will accommodate daytime, evening and weekend hours as required by the department.
Associate degree in Nursing and State of Michigan RN license required; Bachelor degree in Nursing preferred.
Valid Driver’s license.
1-2 years of experience with psycho-social assessment or home care.
Prefer experience working with target population.
Demonstrates problem solving ability and knowledge of LTC programs and eligibility requirements.
Excellent organizational skills and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in a community-based setting, independently with little direct supervision of daily duties.
Strong computer skills.
Requires travel within a geographic region utilizing own reliable transportation.
Excellent health insurance, dental, vision, and disablity plan options available!
401(k) Plan
Paid time off and holidays
Wellness Program
The Area Agency on Aging 1-B is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Visit for more information.

Full-Time AmeriCorps VISTA Leaders (Lansing)
The Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Program is a cohort of 30 VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) who serve throughout the state of Michigan in a national service role and focus on eliminating poverty within the areas of education and economic opportunity. MNA VISTA members expand efforts to reach across all areas of lifelong civic engagement through placements with K-12 schools through The LEAGUE Michigan, college campuses through Michigan Campus Compact, and volunteer centers through Volunteer Centers of Michigan. Members also serve with an identified local partner organization.
VISTA Leaders support, encourage, train, and organize the 30-member VISTA cohort during their service year. Leaders have an increased living stipend, partial housing stipend, and ample professional development/leadership opportunities. Leaders must have previously served as a VISTA member.
The MNA VISTA Program team is seeking to fill 2 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from Fall 2015 to Fall 2016. Positions must be filled by September 10th, so please have interested candidates apply today at:

MNA Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA (Various Locations)
The Michigan Nonprofit Association Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Program is a cohort of 30 VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) who serve throughout the state of Michigan in a national service role and focus on eliminating poverty within the areas of education and economic opportunity. The MNA VISTA Program is seeking to fill up to 6 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from November 2015 to November 2016. We are seeking candidates to serve at the following host sites:
Char-Em United Way (Petoskey)
Detroit Edison Public School Academy
HandsOn Battle Creek
TrueNorth Community Services (Fremont)
University of Michigan – Flint
AmeriCorps VISTA members serve their communities in a variety of ways and can expect to participate in the following activities:
Volunteer Recruitment
Volunteer Management
Resource Development
Grant Writing
Community Partnership Building
Volunteer Training
AmeriCorps VISTA service also comes with great benefits, including a living stipend, student loan forbearance or deferment, health coverage, vacation time, and more! Positions must be filled by September 10th, so apply today at:

Development Coordinator (Ann Arbor)
Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley (Ann Arbor) is seeking a full time DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR to join our dynamic, progressive nonprofit organization.
General Responsibilities: Donor recruitment and cultivation of both individuals and corporations. Develop and maintain strong relationships with existing individuals and corporations. Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends is required.
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and at least 2-5 years of relevant experience. Proven track record of successful fundraising and donor cultivation required. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Aps, Donor Perfect or other donor database application, and InDesign or other graphic design software required. Experience with WordPress or other website platform preferred. Previous work with affordable housing or low-income families preferred. Strong interpersonal skills, a proven ability to work unsupervised to complete assigned tasks, and a history of reliability in the workplace required. Must thrive in an environment of creative problem solving and flexibility.
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to by August 25, 2015.

AmeriCorps VISTA (Taylor)
Fish and Loaves is looking for a VISTA member to build the capacity of the organization through activities such as volunteer recruitment and training, expanding on current nutrition education programming, developing a management system for the Pantry Garden, fundraising, strengthening existing community partnerships, and building new community partnerships.
The Fish & Loaves Community Food Pantry is a non-profit, faith-based organization which provides food assistance to families and individuals. Located in a 12,000 square-foot facility in Taylor, Michigan on Northline Road, just east of Beech-Daly, the pantry currently serves residents of seven contiguous communities--Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Dearborn Heights, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor and Woodhaven. Fish & Loaves’ larger mission is to ensure that no one in our service area goes hungry and that those in need are served with the dignity they deserve. Although faith-based, Fish & Loaves is non-sectarian, serving all clients without regard to religion or creed
Apply by September 7th:

AmeriCorps VISTA (Detroit)
Detroit Food Academy is looking for a VISTA member to work with directly with the student and alumni workers to expand the capacity of the product line and revenue stream for Small Batch Detroit. The main focus for the Vista will be to create an extensive training program that will help student workers achieve short and long term career and life goals throughout their work with Small Batch Detroit.
Detroit Food Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit experiential leadership program dedicated to transforming the lives of young Detroiters through food and social entrepreneurship. We partner with local high schools, educators, and food entrepreneurs to facilitate a year-round practicum culminating in the design and launch of students' own triple-bottom-line (people, planet, profit) food business. By developing food-based solutions in their communities, students grow as holistic leaders who are healthy, connected, and powerful to affect change within and beyond the local food system.
Apply by September 7th:

AmeriCorps VISTA (Wayne)
The Senior Alliance is looking to host a VISTA member for the capacity building efforts to transition from development to operationalize the Aging In Place/Safe At Home (AIP/SAF) program. The VISTA member will perform duties related to volunteer recruitment, marketing and promotions to facilitate the operationalization of the AIP/SAH program. The VISTA member will also be involved with resource development for program sustainability and addressing critical poverty needs in the TSA service area.
The Senior Alliance, Area Agency on Aging 1-C, is a private non-profit agency that has been designated as both an Area Agency on Aging and an Organized Health Care Delivery System to serve Southern & Western Wayne County, Michigan. The Senior Alliance serves as the focal point for older adults in the region, by funding and administering a network of services. The Senior Alliance also arranges for services to qualified older adults and individuals living with disabilities as part of the MI Choice Waiver program in Michigan.
Apply by September 7th:

AmeriCorps VISTA (Westland)
Wayne Metro’s Asset Building Department is looking for a VISTA member to encourage economically disadvantage persons to save, invest, and build assets, the Asset Development VISTA Project will help to increase the capacity of the Asset Building Department at Wayne Metro through assisting in the development of savings opportunities and financial capability online tools that improve access to services.
The VISTA member will research the most up-to-date information regarding Asset Building, support the America Saves initiative, create databases for tracking information, recruit volunteers for Asset programming, and assist with the development of an online savings application.
Apply by September 7th:

AmeriCorps VISTA (Wyandotte/Detroit)
Wayne Metro’s Development & Communications Department is looking for a VISTA member to increase Wayne Metro’s capacity in order to add awareness in the community regarding Wayne Metro programming, assist in further fund development for all agency programming, create agency wide branding for agency events and communications, and to grow current and new agency events.
The VISTA member will be working with Department Staff to improve capacity of agency events, manage and expand current marketing campaign of Puddles the Penguin, and encourage third party fundraisers.
Apply by September 7th:

Director of Corporate and Member Engagement (Grand Rapids)
Inforum’s Director of Corporate and Member Engagement is one of the most visible roles for the organization, representing Inforum in the marketplace and providing exceptional service and support to engage members and corporate investors, cultivate new members and corporate investors, and facilitate strategic connections. The Director of Corporate and Member Engagement is a critical “quarterback” for strong communication between Inforum and key stakeholders, maximizing the engagement of the entire Inforum team in delivering an exceptional experience and enhanced value for corporate relationships and individual members. This role leads the prospect process for select companies and takes a consultative approach to develop and deepen relationships with existing corporate investors and ICL funders to further their involvement and engagement with Inforum.
Responsibilities include:
Develop Existing Corporate Relationships
Develop New Corporate Relationships
Cultivate New Members
Engage Current Members
Visit for a complete position description

Grant Coordinator (Pontiac)
Join HAVEN’s team of professionals whose mission is to eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence and to empower survivors through advocacy and social change in and around Oakland County, Michigan. We are looking for someone to coordinate and execute all grants and contract reporting activities.
Three to five years of grant writing experience, Bachelors degree preferred; Working knowledge of grant writing, Microsoft Office and research skills; Excellent technical writing and editing experience; Strong analytical and organizational skills; Ability to work well under pressure and meet quick deadlines; Ability to follow through on projects to completion, attention to detail and timelines with minimal supervision; Skilled communicator with strong interpersonal skills; Knowledge about domestic violence, sexual assault and underserved populations; Raisers Edge experience a plus.
Primary responsibilities include coordination and execution of grant research, development, writing, submission and reporting activities. Maintain calendar of current grants and deadlines, and make recommendations for new funding opportunities to pursue in alignment of mission.
HOURS: 20 Hours/Week
SALARY: Hourly base pay commensurate with experience + paid time off benefits
Please include writing sample, cover letter and salary requirements with resume.
Grant Coordinator Application
PO BOX 431045
Pontiac, MI 48343
Fax: (248) 334-3161
E-mail resumes including salary requirements to:
Visit our website at:

Director of Finance (Southfield)
Private, Non-profit Day School located in Southfield, MI is seeking a Director of Finance.
Specific duties include:
Analyze and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner, clearly communicate monthly and annual financial statements, collate financial reporting materials for all donor segments, and oversee all financial, project/program and grants accounting.
Coordinate and lead the annual audit process, liaise with external auditors and the finance committee of the board of directors; assess any changes necessary.
Oversee and lead annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with the CEO; administer and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes and keep senior leadership team abreast of the organization’s financial status.
Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting.
Manage Financial Aid awards in regards to the budget and follow up on an ongoing basis with collections of aged accounts receivable accounts.
Manage and maintain a robust contracts/tuition management reporting system; ensure that the tuition billing and collection schedule is adhered to and that financial data and cash flow are steady and support operational requirements.
Effectively communicate and present the critical financial matters to the board of directors.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and/or Finance
At least 7-10 years of overall professional experience; ideally 6+ years of broad financial and operations management experience; non-profit experience a plus.
For consideration email a cover letter and resume to:

Clinical Director (Kalamazoo)
Job Posting – FDRC Clinical Director
The Frederick Douglass Recovery Center (FDRC) Clinical Director position is responsible for providing administrative leadership, direction and supervision for the daily operation of current programs and the adherence to licensing and accreditation regulations. Skills required include: Provide vision, leadership and direction to clinic staff, offering top-quality services that produce positive outcomes for children and families. Solid background in and understanding of current research-based mental health practices and standards. Strong communication and negotiation skills with proficiency in cultivating relationships, motivating others, and collaborating with partners to achieve common goals.
Licensed Master’s level degree in social work or psychology preferred
Please send resume to Sherry Thomas-Cloud, MSW, LMSW, Executive Director, Douglass Community Association. Email address to use when forwarding resume:

Development Director (Detroit)
Accounting Aid Society is the "go to" resource for tax help and related services for Southeast Michigan’s middle to low income households. In 2015, AAS touched 24,000 lives utilizing 40,000 services and generated an economic impact of $26 million. The agency is embarking upon a 5 year strategic goal for expansion of client services and the number of clients served.
This position will spearhead fundraising efforts to support the agency’s growth by cultivating individual donations and major gifts and is also responsible for overall development activities plus public relations and marketing. The Development Director works closely with the Board and oversees a grant writer and communications coordinator.
Develop and execute Accounting Aid’s annual fundraising plan, securing financial support from major donors, foundations and corporate sponsors
Support the President and Board on fundraising initiatives
Create and execute a strategy for increasing Accounting Aid’s base of individual donors
Supervise the grant writer regarding grant proposals and reports
Supervise the communications coordinator regarding public relations and marketing campaigns, including social media and web site
Select and develop a CRM system
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree
5 + years’ experience in development
Ability to construct and implement annual strategic development plan
Experience in public relations, marketing and social media
Excellent communications, organization and time management skills
Strong computer skills (Microsoft office suite and Google products).
This is a part-time, exempt position.
To Apply: Email cover letter, resume and references to:

Controller (Ann Arbor)
Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley is seeking a highly motivated, mission-oriented, energetic and fun-loving controller to join our team. The candidate should have experience working in an accounting team and developing rapport with team members and staff. A degree in accounting is preferred. Must be highly organized, work quickly in a fast paced environment, and have exceptional attention to detail and accuracy. Non-profit experience is not necessary but will be considered a plus. We offer a friendly and hard-working environment dedicated to our mission of helping families in Washtenaw County. Competitive pay and great benefits offered. The successful candidate will work with a bookkeeper and report to the Finance Director.
To apply: Email resume and cover letter to Ron Thomas at No phone calls, please. Application deadline is August 18, 2015.

Pewabic Human Resources Manager (Detroit)
Position: Human Resources Manager (30-40 hours/week)
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field.
Minimum of 5 years of experience as an Human Resources generalist.
Ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion, objectivity, and confidentiality.
Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills, approachable and “people friendly”
Proficient in conflict management and facilitating issue resolution.
Demonstrated experience working in a collaborative, innovative and customer-focused manner.
Strong organizational and leadership skills.
Ability to effectively interact with all levels of organization staff.
Strong attention to details, organization, and ability to multi-task.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Provide leadership and guidance to management and employees on a variety of matters including employee engagement, change management, culture change initiatives, and employee retention.
Administer the performance management program that includes annual and mid-year reviews, as well as 360 peer review and development planning.
Manage the end-to-end recruiting process.
Work with third party administrator to oversee all aspects of health benefits.
Identify training needs and provide guidance on training and leadership development programs
Develop job descriptions, identify appropriate base pay, and analyze surveys to ensure market competitive compensation across the organization.
Utilize technology to analyze trends, present information, manage and deliver projects.
Act as the administrator of the HR system, and process all employee changes in the system.
Coordinate unemployment claims in conjunction with third party administrator.
Assure compliance with federal and state employment laws.
Maintain the employee policy handbook.
Please submit your cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to

Development Director (Detroit)
The Development Director is responsible for managing and executing Equality Michigan’s development operations. The development director collaborates with staff, volunteers and donors to reach annual and long-term goals, with primary focus on building a major gifts program.
Specific Primary Responsibilities:
Major Gifts Program. Work with the Executive Director, staff, and volunteers to design and implement strategies to increase the number of donors who regularly make gifts of $5,000 and more.
Annual Fund. Design and implement strategies to increase the number of donors that regularly make gifts of less than $5,000.
Planned Giving. Oversee the development and implementation of strategies to increase planned giving efforts.
Foundation Grants. Work with the Executive Director to sustain and grow foundation, government and fund support; draft proposals and final reports, with staff assistance.
Special Events. Ensure that special events are strategic, well executed, and that follow up is effective.
Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent combination of education and work experience in fundraising.
Commitment to justice and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons.
Strong major gifts fundraising experience with proven track record of growing gifts.
Strong development planning experience, facility with data, and demonstrated capacity to assess results objectively and determine paths to overcome obstacles.
Familiarity with NGP VAN
Please send a cover letter and resume to Equality Michigan by 5:00pm EDT, August 28, 2015:
Equality Michigan Human Resources
19641 West 7 Mile Road
Detroit, Michigan 48219

Development Position (Southfield)
Scleroderma Foundation Michigan Chapter is seeking an experienced, energetic, motivated Director of Development to work in a part time, contractual position (24 hours a week). Responsibilities include: The solicitation of individuals and corporate donors; identification, cultivation, and stewardship of individual major donors to support our tri-fold mission and to underwrite our two major events. Position responsibilities also include ensuring successful electronic and direct mail campaigns. Requires: Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible development experience with proven results; excellent organizational skills, ability to work with corporate donors, high level of confidence; ability to multi task; ability to work collaboratively in a team environment; demonstrated success in management of committees and volunteers. Available to work flexible hours including weekends with access to dependable transportation. To apply, please submit a resume or CV, along with three professional references and a cover letter including wage expectations to

Volunteer Coordinator (Flint)
Position Summary: This position is primarily responsible for delivering a volunteer recruitment and coordination program in Genesee County.
Essential Duties and Job Responsibilities: includes the following: Other duties may be assigned to meet the business needs.
Community wide recruitment of volunteers for all types of projects.
Build partnerships with corporations, universities, units of government, and nonprofit entities to promote employee volunteerism.
Work with school districts to encourage service learning.
Coordinate volunteer recognition events
Build the capacity of nonprofit organizations to utilize volunteers strategically and work with BEST to identify other capacity building opportunities.
Work with the Civic Engagement Manager to help identify opportunities for national service members and City of Flint projects.
Streamline volunteer opportunities and recruitment in Genesee County
Create volunteer program materials (policies and procedures, applications, volunteer agreements, orientation handbook)
Database management and tracking of volunteer statistics.
Coordinate BEST professional development calendar for nonprofit agencies; research and vet professional development topics, presenters and strategies.
Coordinate a comprehensive marketing platform, including traditional and social mechanisms, for Community Impact programs.
Please send resume to

Rockstar Administrator for a Passionate Non-Profit Impacting Kids (Lansing)
MAPSA’s Rockstar Administrator puts the “awe” in AWESOME. This individual embraces the role of team organizer and team coordinator. MAPSA’s Rockstar Administrator understands the value of process and isn’t hesitant to take the lead on implementation. This individual knows the large impact that even the seemingly smallest task can have on a dynamic team culture and owns each and every last detail. MAPSA’s Rockstar Administrator’s servant leadership style delivers before the team even knows they had a challenge.
As MAPSA’s Rockstar Administrator, in a typical day you might:
Lead our team in brainstorming a creative solution
Take the lead on organizing a smooth sailing board meeting
Scrutinize a list of contacts to ensure database integrity
Troubleshoot the reason that email has suddenly stopped sending
Google meeting facilitation techniques
Create the agenda for an initiative team meeting
Chat with fellow team members about upcoming deadlines
Own the project management software to keep the team on task
Play air traffic control for all email communications
Dig deep to identify trends in communication strategies
To see the full job description visit
To land this role, you need to have some experience in work that requires an extreme passion for details. Be sure we can see where you picked up your detail-oriented servant leadership super powers somewhere in your cover letter or resume.
Send your information to by August 28th to be part of our team!

Event Specialist for a Passionate Non-Profit Impacting Kids (Lansing)
MAPSA’s Event Specialist ensures that all events, serving an array of educators from charter, traditional and private schools, go off without a hitch and deliver on the experience that is our brand. MAPSA’s Event Specialist drives the success of all events by managing timelines, organizing team duties, and ensuring all logistical details are met.
As MAPSA’s Part-Time Event Specialist, in a typical day you might:
Meet with our events team to brainstorm a creative solution
Call the rental company to order supplies for an upcoming event
Email a speaker to collect their bio and picture
Google facilities and locations for a future event
Create a great menu for a regional meeting
Chat with fellow team members about upcoming deadlines
Iron out a billing issue for a registrant
Coordinate onsite logistics for a 500+ attendee event
Scope out the competition
Dig deep to identify future event attendees
For a full job description visit
To land this role, you need to have some experience in work that requires an extremely detailed eye. It doesn’t need to be traditional event management experience as long as we can see where you picked up your detail-oriented super powers somewhere in your cover letter or resume.
Send your cover letter and resume to by Friday, August 28th and tell us why you want to be part of our team!

Financial Specialist for a Passionate Non-Profit Impacting Kids (Lansing)
MAPSA’s Financial Specialist ensures that the organization stays on a positive track towards sustainability. Details are key. The Financial Specialist will make sure that our team has up-to-date information and understands what it means. Our team can take comfort in knowing our benefit management practices are sound and compliance is the name of the game.
As MAPSA’s Part-Time Financial Specialist, in a typical day you might:
Manage the renewal process for employee benefits
Update QuickBooks with payroll and benefit allocations
Meet with our strategy team to evaluate policy and process
Chat with fellow team members about upcoming deadlines
Consult on the make-up and frequency of a journal entry
Prepare reports for an A-133 audit
Gather information to complete our annual health insurance census
Lead an audit team to an audit victory
Review the past month’s journal entries to ensure our books are spot on
Cut checks to keep our providers happy
Generate financial statements for the MAPSA Board
Track down time logs and expense reimbursements to process payroll
For a full job description visit
To land this role, you need to have some experience in work that requires an extreme appreciation for detail and accuracy. It doesn’t need to be extensive experience as long as we can see where you picked up your finance guru skills somewhere in your cover letter or resume.
Send your information to by Friday, August 28th to join our team.

Housing Surveyor (Wayne)
Scope of Services
The Housing Surveyor will support CHN’s Community Housing Integration Portal (CHIP) Project for the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority (DWMHA). This project will ultimately provide DWMHA the tools to assess permanent supportive residential housing, and provide customers an array of options and community-based services for those who wish to live a self-determined life in Wayne County.
The position will work closely with other project team members remotely and in the Project Command Center based in Detroit. Surveyor tasks include, but are not limited to:
Conduct physical property inspections, including Housing Quality Standards inspections, REAC inspections, and other program required inspections
Work with residents in homes and landlords to schedule, complete and follow up on inspections
Daily travel to various properties throughout Wayne County to perform job responsibilities
The Independent Contractor Agreement for the CHIP Housing Surveyor is staged in three phases:
Phase 1 – September 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015
Phase 2 – October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 (Pending DWMHA funding appropriation)
Phase 2 – October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017 (Pending DWMHA funding appropriation)
Service Expectations
Ability to work with a high level of independence and perform under a deadline while maintaining a team perspective and commitment
Ability and confidence to communicate, interact with, and lead varied constituencies
Ability to commute throughout the community and maintain all applicable state laws
To apply for this position CLICK HERE:

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, reception 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:

Project Coordinator (Southfield)
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is a premier senior living provider. As a non-profit, faith-based organization, we’re committed to serving senior citizens of all faiths, walks of life and all financial means.
Currently we are looking to add a Project Coordinator to our team. The Project Coordinator will provide support for activities and initiatives related to development, rehabilitation or acquisition of real estate for senior housing, assisted living, skilled nursing facility or other real property assumed by Presbyterian Villages of Michigan which advance PVM’s comprehensive Facilities Advancement strategic initiatives.
If you are interested in learning more about this position and to apply please visit our website

Assistant Director (Niles)
This full-time position will involve all facets of managing a private, non-profit agency providing services and activities to senior citizens, with a special emphasis on program development, volunteer management, and community relations. It will also involve working one-on-one with clients accessing services provided by the agency and other resources.
The ideal candidate will have:
A bachelor's degree in non-profit management, social science, or a related field. Strong organizational skills and the ability to plan and execute projects on own or as part of a team. Knowledge of community resources and programs relevant to clients. Strong writing and verbal skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications. A vehicle and valid driver's license.
Please reply to by August 24, 2015.

Programmatic, Development & Administrative Staff (Center Line)
The Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers program, which provides help to older and disabled adults who are struggling to remain safe & independent in their homes, is looking for a few new staff as we expand our services.
BUSINESS/OFFICE MANAGER: will handle general accounting and assist with office management. Ideal candidate is organized, accurate and detail-oriented, while being flexible and able to work with a wide variety of people. Position requires strong computer and technology skills, and the ability to patiently and positively manage a busy work environment. Part-time days.
VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: Responsible for volunteer training, and support, as well as arranging for the provision of services to clients. Must have excellent interpersonal skills, along with dedication to serve those in need. Strong computer skills required. Experience with volunteer management or older/disabled adults preferred. Part-time, potentially full-time.
INTERGENERATIONAL PROJECT COORDINATOR: Will help coordinate a new project designed to serve troubled/disadvantaged youth by providing positive interactions with older volunteers. Experience with volunteers and at-risk youth preferred. Approximately 6 hours/week, including many weekend mornings.
FUNDRAISING/OUTREACH COORDINATOR: Will help implement fundraising events, public relations and community outreach activities. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills and work well as part of a team, patiently motivating individuals and committees. Must be comfortable encouraging others to get involved and support our mission. Must have strong organization and technology skills. Related experience preferred. Part-time, with evening/weekend work.
More info available at Send resumes to IVC, 8075 Ritter, Center Line, MI 48015, or to

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