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Director of Major Gifts (Detroit)
Job Summary: Work collaboratively in directing, and strategizing and implementing major gift cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors in the Metro Detroit Region. Work to position PPMSM as an essential and contributing community partner among supporters, advocates, local officials, agencies, businesses and other entities. Take an active role in representing and promoting PPMSM in the region.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Identify, quality and manage a portfolio of major donors with capacity of gifts of $10,000 or greater.
Builds and manages network of relationships with donors and prospects involving leadership and development staff
Match Planned Parenthoods funding priorities to individual donor interests
Conduct at least 10 personal visits or significant personal contacts per month.
Gather data, assess prospects and develop strategies designed to realize current and life-time giving potential of individual prospects
Supports Vice President and President in their fundraising activity with donors in Director’s assigned region
Ensure consistent and appropriate contact with donors and make or facilitate solicitations with volunteers and VP and President.
Develop/pull together materials used in effective donor meetings and conversations
Serve as an active team member in the development and implementation of the advancement teams long and short term goals and objectives. Participate in affiliate fundraising and stewardship activities.
Gather and record information regarding prospect and donors in PPMSM’s data base.
Responsible for achieving PPMSM regional major gift goals.
Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Director (St. Clair)
Do you have a background working with developmentally disabled adults? Do you have experience as a Program Coordinator or Director? Are you relationship driven and comfortable working independently with minimal oversight? Would you like to be affiliated with an organization and program that allows you to feel that you have really made a difference in the lives of others? If so, we'd like to talk to you about our Program Director opportunity at Special Dreams Farm! Special Dreams Farm is a non-profit 31 acre working farm in ST. Clair, exclusively for developmentally disabled adults with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other cognitive disabilities. SDF has been recognized throughout the state as a role model program for developmentally disabled adults. The Program Director is responsible and accountable for the day-to-day coordination and operations of SDF programs, develops strong working relationships with parents, outside agencies and community resources and is generally the "face" of SDF to our Farmers and their parents. Completion of a Bachelor's degree in Special Education, Social Work, Psychology, or Business Administration is required. A much more expansive job description is available upon request. Learn more about us at www.specialdreamsfarm.org To apply for the position, please send your resume and cover letter to Larry Collette at email@example.com
Volunteers of America Michigan has an opening for a Controller to be responsible for oversight of all finance, accounting and reporting activities. Will lead all day-to-day finance operations and supervise a team of staff members including functional responsibility over accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable and grants administration.
Must have a four-year accounting degree and minimum of three years finance/accounting management experience
Keen analytic, organizational and problem solving skills
Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting and cost control principles including GAAP
Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems
Computer skills with a high level of experience in Excel and accounting software (experience with Sage/MIP a plus)
Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements and projections
Ability to motivate teams to produce quality materials within tight time frames and simultaneously manage several projects
Ability to work flexible hours and travel as required
Please Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 248-945-1614.
Manager of Skill Building Services (Detroit)
This position plans, develops, manages, organizes and oversees a comprehensive skill building service model that will support trainees in reaching their training and employment goals, incorporate consumerism, person centered planning and community based service philosophy into direct service delivery. Preferred candidates will have a Bachelor's Degree in Human Services or related field, proven experience in managing results-oriented services within a workforce development, vocational rehabilitation or behavioral setting. Experience formulating and monitoring budgets, providing financial control and overseeing project services/activities to meet contractual obligations. Knowledge of intellectual/developmental disabilities and community based service models and the behavioral health system. Experience providing vocational services to adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Knowledge of CARF accreditation standards for application to program services. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license, proof of insurance and access to a reliable vehicle.
Please send resumes to email@example.com
President, Brother Rice High School (Bloomfield Hills)
Brother Rice High School President:
Due to the recent announcement by John Birney that the 2015/2016 school year would be the final of a 12 year term serving as school President, Brother Rice has initiated a search for his successor. For a position to begin in July 2016 or earlier, Brother Rice High School is seeking a strong, principled, and mission-driven leader who is a passionate and faith-filled advocate for Catholic education. The school requires a confident, engaging, and strategically oriented leader with exceptional communication skills and the ability to spearhead fundraising, and strategic initiatives. For more details and to apply, please go to : http://brrice.edu/contact/jobs/
Resource Development and Communications Specialist (Troy)
Job Description Summary:
The position is a part-time hourly position up to 28 hours per week. This position supports the RD&C and Housing Development staff in executing the annual Communications/PR/Marketing, Philanthropic, and Housing Development plans and achievement of annual department strategic goals.
Social media management across multiple platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Maintain the CHN web site.
Create and maintain CHN program PR/Marketing content.
Coordinate the creation, printing, mailing and/or distribution of all CHN philanthropic event materials.
Ensure CHN information folders contain current materials and an adequate inventory of complete folders is available at all times.
Perform intern and volunteer recruitment for all CHN departments, and special event and engagement opportunities.
Funding & Program Development
Assist with grant, program, and housing development funding research, application preparation, and submission.
Conduct research to determine the impact of federal regulations, to keep informed of new housing programs and to determine the need for housing in the local community
Participate in the planning and execution of CHN philanthropic events.
Must possess proficient computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office product suite and graphic design software.
Prior experience with social media management, web site maintenance, in-depth SEO knowledge, WordPress, content and marketing material creation, business writing, and email marketing platforms.
Occasional evening and/or weekend hours may be required.
Must be able to occasionally lift and move materials up to 25 pounds
To apply for this position OPEN HERE: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=14983441
Career Coach-Prisoner Re-entry Program (Grand Rapids)
Organization Name: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Location: Grand Rapids
Salary: Hourly, Negotiable
Benefits: Vision, Dental, Paid Time Off, and 401k Position Type: Part Time
This Position is responsible for assisting people on parole with obtaining and maintaining employment. Job duties include helping individuals develop interviewing and job seeking skills, helping with resume creation, assisting with barrier resolution, facilitating career exploration, connecting the individual with employment resources, documentation and case noting, facilitating group sessions, and working with the employer to ensure success. The successful candidate should be organized, possess proficient writing and computer skills, and have proven people skills. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or human services and experience working with people connected to the justice system and/or workforce development experience. This is a part time position with customizable hours.
To Apply: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also submit a completed Goodwill application by going to www.goodwillgr.org/jobs and click on the job application link. Complete the job application and then upload it under the resume button located on the same webpage.
Marketing Associate (Detroit)
The Marketing Associate will monitor, assess and regularly update Goodwill's digital marketing and external fundraising assets. Candidates should have an Associate's Degree or higher in Marketing or a related field. One to three years direct experience working in marketing, fundraising or a consumer influence role preferably in a non-profit organization. Demonstrated proficiency and interest in managing digital marketing assets; strong verbal and written communication skills; good organization and project management skills. Please forward resumes to email@example.com.
Recruitment Specialist (Detroit)
Responsible for identifying and pursuing effective avenues for adult membership cultivation, for providing programs or assistance to programs, leading or assisting troops.
Preliminary screenings of potential adult member/volunteers to determine their skill sets, availability, and commitment to serving girls
Create relationships with community-based organizations and other centers of influence.
3-5 years of demonstrated recruiting experience with emphasis in volunteer recruitment
Excellent presentation, communication (written and oral), planning and organizational skills
Proven success in developing partnerships with organizations/corporations
Strong analytical, organizational and assessment skills
Business and results oriented o Ability to proactively recruit; must be a self-starter
Excellent oral and written communications skills
Excellent internal and external customer service
Solid knowledge of MS Office products including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Program Manager-FTS (Detroit)
The Women's Program Manager for the Flip the Script Program(FTS)is responsible for coordination and development of resources, partnerships and community collaborations to support a sustainable program model. Focuses on program outcomes specific to enhancing a continuum of quality services and competitive placement outcomes. Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Human Services or Education. Three years successful experience serving at risk/high risk, hard to serve populations in a results driven service delivery environment. Preferred experience providing women focused services related to workforce readiness, vocational skills' development or human services. Demonstrated evidence of strong servant leadership qualities and skills. Please forward resumes to email@example.com.
Event Manager (Southfield and Grand Rapids)
POSITION LOCATION: 1 in Southfield and 1 in Grand Rapids, Michigan
The Event Manager is responsible for the performance and success of Walk to End Alzheimer’s and mass market events in order to meet the fundraising goals of the Alzheimer’s Association-Greater Michigan Chapter. The Event Manager will recruit and oversee volunteers, supervise staff and execute logistics in accordance with the Chapter standards and best practices.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred or equivalent education and work experience Experience managing volunteers Successful fundraising Walk planning experience Knowledge of fundraising software preferred Excellent written, verbal and electronic communication skills Proficiency with Google Suite and Microsoft Office applications
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Actively participant as part of the GMC Development team to ensure effective integration of development events with Chapter priorities Executive plan for Walk to End Alzheimer’s and Longest Day events to include team captain/walker recruitment and retention; sponsor cultivation and solicitation; promotion and marketing activities; and all event logistics Plan and execute other special events to include volunteer recruitment and retention; sponsor cultivation and solicitation; ticket sale management; promotion and marketing activities; and all event logistics Analyze data, prepare reports and provide information as requested and required Oversee project budgets Direct delivery of sponsorship benefits Manage vendor relationships Assist the Event Director as needed
Equal Opportunity Employer
Resume: Alzheimer’s Association – Greater Michigan Chapter
Attention: Paul Kappen
25200 Telegraph Road, Suite 100
Southfield, MI 48033
Learning Officer (Flint)
To oversee the development and implementation of a framework for measuring and reporting progress against the Ruth Mott Foundation’s operational and north Flint strategic goals. The Learning Officer will design and manage the Foundation’s evaluation activities in such a way that the Foundation has the knowledge to continually improve its operations and grantmaking, assess grant performance, and inform local grantees and the field of philanthropy.
Advanced degree in social sciences or related field with specific education or training in evaluation.
Minimum five years of related experience preferably working with foundations, community-based nonprofit organizations or local units of government.
Broad knowledge of evaluation methods and program assessment, especially in human services and/or philanthropic fields.
Demonstrated evaluation skills and experience in impact/performance measurement as well as an understanding of place-based grantmaking strategies.
Superior analytical skills with the ability to quickly and clearly synthesize information.
A solid understanding of, or direct experience working collaboratively with individuals from all sectors of the community and a commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate with broad and diverse audiences on a range of complex issues.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and internet competency. Familiarity with MicroEdge GIFTS or similar grants administration databases preferred.
To Apply: Email resume to Resumes@ruthmott.org by December 11, 2015.
Grants Manager (Flint)
Oversees the administration of grants and manages the data systems for tracking and evaluating program impact. Serves as an important resource to foundation staff and grant applicants.
Manages, maintains and monitors the timely administration of grants.
Ensures the integrity of grant records including compliance with IRS regulations.
Manages, maintains and monitors the/a grants management system to meet current and changing needs of grantmaking programs.
Develops and produces internal reports to support foundation learning and evaluation.
Provides technical support to grantees with application and reporting.
Responds to calls from grantees or referrals by Program Officers for budget revisions and contingency considerations.
Provides in-house training and acts as a primary resource to the Program team on the grants management database; ensures cross training and documentation of grants management processes and procedures.
Composes and answers routine correspondence and other documents related to grants management; responds to external surveys and data requests about RMF’s grantmaking.
Works with Finance & Administration to manage the processing and tracking of grants and grant payments.
Acts as project manager for grants database system implementation and upgrades.
Bachelor’s degree in business or related field required.
Minimum five years database management experience required, preferably working with foundations.
To Apply: Email resume to Resumes@ruthmott.org by December 11, 2015.
Coordinator of Volunteer Resources (Troy)
MADD Michigan is currently seeking candidates for the part time (20 hours) position of Coordinator of Volunteer Resources.
$ 19.00 Hourly
Start Date: 1/4/2016
Responsible for volunteer capacity building through the planning, coordination and implementation of the Volunteer Program at the State and Local level.
ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS:
Conduct needs assessments and develop plans for the growth of the volunteer base. Identify and assign volunteer roles to meet assessed needs.
Implement sourcing and recruiting strategies utilizing community partnerships, affiliations and through other MADD activities. Participate in interviewing, selection and placement process with staff.
Ensure all volunteers adhere to MADD’s policies and procedures. Plan, schedule and conduct volunteer orientation.
Recruit, schedule and direct volunteers for various trainings, programs and events. Maintain records and report data on all volunteers, their activities and contributions.
Provide guidance, training and support to staff working with volunteers. Help to resolve volunteer and staff concerns.
Monitor the program and evaluate results in relation to goals and objectives. Work with staff/volunteer leaders to effectively engage volunteers to meet program goals and objectives.
Plan and implement volunteer recognition and feedback programs.
Interested Candidates please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Assistant (Troy)
Reports to: Administrative Coordinator
Employment Status Classification: Non Exempt, Part-time hourly
Job Description Summary: Under the supervision of the Administrative Coordinator this position will provide the executive leadership team with high level administrative support.
Professional communication with callers and visitors as well as internal contacts at all levels of the organization. This includes daily interaction with those we serve, community partners, and supporters Handle non-routine correspondence and assembles highly confidential and sensitive information Provide all levels of administrative support services to the executive leadership team, including but not limited to: scanning, copying, emails, mail, drafting correspondence, compiling agendas and meeting minutes, and filing
Schedule and organize complex activities such as board meetings, executive committee meetings, travel arrangements, and event registrations
Establish, develop, maintain and update filing systems for each of the executives
Manage a large volume of meeting scheduling, coordination, and follow up for each executive
Assist the Administrative Coordinator in preparation, transcribing meeting minutes, and appropriate follow through for Board and Executive Committee meetings
Assist and arrange assistance for individuals who require accommodations in order to ensure access to the organization’s services
Assist management with CRM contact data capture
Additional tasks as required
Independent judgment and ability to simultaneously to plan, prioritize, and organize diversified workload
Establish priorities and meet deadlines
Daily work requires continual attention to detail in composing, typing and proofing materials
Must have high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations Must have knowledge of office administration procedures
Experience with daily use of various forms of technology, both with hardware such as computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones; and with Microsoft applications to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and demonstrate ability to prioritize multiple competing tasks and seek supervisory assistance as appropriate
Analytical ability is required in order to gather and summarize data for reports and find solutions to various administrative problems.
This is largely a sedentary role; however, some filing is required. This would require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand on a stool as necessary.
To apply for this position OPEN HERE: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=14960201
Awards Coordinator (Lansing)
The Historical Society of Michigan seeks a qualified individual to serve as the Awards Coordinator to manage HSM's awards programs.
The successful candidate will be a dynamic, detail-oriented, self-starter with strong public speaking, writing, time-management, and office administrative skills. Applicants with background in any of the following areas: marketing, outreach, fundraising or public relations would be particularly desirable. This is the perfect position for someone who seeks to re-enter the workforce part-time or for someone looking to transition to working in the non-profit field.
Duties include frequent public speaking, processing applications and data-entry, gathering information and visuals about award recipients to provide content for our various publications, ordering award materials, answering email and phone inquiries, and maintaining correspondence.
This is a half-time hourly position (20 hrs/wk).
Professional experience in an office environment and experience working in marketing, outreach, fundraising, or public relations field
Experience with office operations, equipment, and procedures
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Competency using all Microsoft Office products
Detail-oriented, and a high level of problem-solving and organizational skills
Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team member
Interest in or experience working with nonprofit organizations
Interest in Michigan history is a plus
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled. We encourage applications from under-represented groups, including minorities, women, and people with disabilities.
For full position description visit www.hsmichigan.org/about/job-opportunities or email resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Marketing Director (Ann Arbor)
The Guild of Artists and Artisans is seeking a part-time Marketing Director. The Marketing Director is responsible for the annual sponsorship program for all Guild events. Job duties include sponsor prospecting, face-to-face sales and cold calls in order to achieve the annual sponsorship sales goals. In addition, the Marketing Director develops sponsorship materials including contracts, proposals, presentations, reports, sponsor experience surveys and manages sponsor participation at events. The Marketing Director is responsible for the Guild’s merchandise program and advertising sales, including web and e-newsletter ads.
Education and Experience:
Excellent communication and presentation skills
Able to pay attention to detail and achieve a high level of professionalism in all work related efforts
Self-starter that demonstrates entrepreneurial behavior
Successful sales track record; corporate sponsorship sales experience, preferred
Able to develop long-term relationships with clients
Ability to interact effectively with staff, membership, the public, the board of directors and volunteers
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Well-organized and able to meet multiple deadlines
Excellent problem-solving abilities
Non-profit experience is helpful
Able to work with minimal supervision
Ability to travel when needed
Ability to handle some heavy lifting and withstand working in various weather conditions
Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject or equivalent experience
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org No phone calls please.
Finance and Operations Manager (Ann Arbor)
Responsible finance and operations for organization. The Finance and Operations Manager essential functions focus on bookkeeping, budgeting, and financial reporting and analyzing as well as tracking grants and human resources administration. Finance and Operations Director supports business planning and development for earned revenue and contract initiatives. Responsible for facility oversight as it relates to technology /IT, building maintenance plan and other administrative areas including insurance.
For the full job positing please visit: http://neutral-zone.org/job-postings/
If interested, please submit your cover letter and resume as one PDF file. Please put your last name in the title of the PDF to Lori Roddy (email@example.com) by December 7th.
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