Sunday, December 20, 2015

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center Listings - December 18, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

City Position is located: Troy
This position is part-time (24 to 28 hours) per week and reports directly to the Director of Accounting and Finance.
Manage all accounts payable activity for multiple entities and multiple grants
Manage cash projections and pay bills in a timely manner
Manage client account information
Review accounts payable aging on a regular basis, resolving discrepancies in a timely manner
Associate degree in accounting or equivalent experience
General understanding of accounting debits and credits
In-depth understanding of accounts payable and vendor master data
Ability to process a significant number of invoices accurately and efficiently on timely basis
Very good verbal and written communication skills
A team player with a positive, "can do" attitude; a willingness to assist with other tasks in the department as required
A willingness to learn, grow and cross train within the accounting department
Must be detail oriented and organized, with the ability to handle a large number of tasks simultaneously
Strong computer and communication skills, with an in depth knowledge of Microsoft Office and Excel
Experience with Blackbaud/Financial Edge preferred
To apply for this position please OPEN HERE:

City Position is located: Rochester Hills
Hours: fulltime with benefits
Salary: $57-$67k
Close Date: January 15, 2016
The Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) provides a forum for individuals, businesses, local governments, and other organizations to protect, enhance, and celebrate the Clinton River, its watershed, and Lake St. Clair. CRWC is an IRS 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Key programs include watershed management, education, and stewardship.
CRWC is an established organization with a long history and strong relationship with stakeholders which include government and civic members, individuals, corporations and foundations. We have an excellent reputation with many state and federal granting partners. CRWC is committed to expanding our fundraising efforts to include soliciting major gifts of over $10,000, to multi-year fundraising campaigns and to expanding its already solid financial footing. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Director is responsible for the oversight, planning, and implementation of a comprehensive development program that secures significant financial resources from individuals, foundations and corporations to support the protection of the Clinton River watershed and Lake St. Clair. This development program will include individual and business membership, major gifts, planned giving, endowment activities, foundation support, and special events. This position requires a demonstrated success as a fundraiser, including raising individual, corporate and foundation dollars, raising gifts of $10,000 and above, and using planned giving tools and strategies. Crucial skills include sound fundraising judgment and excellent communication and organizational skills.
For a Full Description:
Reply to:
Anne M. Vaara, Executive Director
1115 W. Avon Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48309

City Position is located: Southfield, Michigan
The “Kids Kicking Cancer” Development Director will create and oversee implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising, including major gifts, corporate donations, grant solicitation, and in-kind resources.
Duties and Responsibilities
Plan fund development activities
Create a fund development plan which increases revenues to support the direction of the organization, monitor all fundraising to ensure goals are achieved, develop policies and procedures, and maintain the ethical values of the organization.
Organize fund development activities
Identify and develop prospects for fundraising, develop and manage timelines, assess grant opportunities and present templates for grants, oversee the planning and execution of special fundraising, evaluate and suggest improvements to promote the organization to donors and maximize public awareness of fundraising activities, and build relationships with community stakeholders.
A minimum five years serving as a development officer in a not-for-profit organization.
Knowledge of effective fundraising practices and procedures for not-for-profit agencies.
Effective verbal/written communication and presentation skills.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Flexible and adaptable - a leader who can positively interact with the management team.
Proficiency with computer applications and mobile technologies.
Ability to travel nationally and attend meetings/functions at various hours, including early morning, evenings and some weekends.
Frequent off site meetings at multiple site locations in and around SE Michigan.
Employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and perform duties as assigned for the good of the organization, board, hospital partners, parents, and most importantly, the children.
A competitive salary will be offered commensurate with experience.
Direct inquiries to

City Position is located: Kalamazoo
Faith Based not-for-profit working in Haiti and the Dominican Republic seeks Communication Director for its US development office in Kalamazoo, MI. A Bachelor’s degree in related field and experience with print, online and social media related to non-profit fundraising and donor cultivation is required. For more information about ICC’ mission and a detailed position description, visit our website: You may contact us by calling (800) 722-4453 or by email: Deadline for application materials is Monday January 4, 2016

City Position is located: Detroit
Program Coordinator - The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue (IADS) is a vibrant and growing congregation in downtown Detroit with a collective vision of meaningful and accessible Judaism. We are currently seeking a full-time Program Coordinator to continue building the vision, capacity, and momentum of IADS programs. This position is salaried and includes benefits. Salary commensurate with experience. The Program Coordinator will: 1) design, manage, and promote a wide range of innovative, energized programming to build a hub of Jewish life in Detroit; 2) act as the IADS liaison, providing coordination, management, and oversight to collaborative programming; 3) schedule, communicate with, and manage program volunteers and lay-led efforts or initiatives; 4) support development and growth of lay-leaders. This position has responsibility for areas of related programming that will address young Jewish Detroit with lively social and educational programming; cultivate an inclusive community focus on Detroit’s resurgence; address issues of significance to social justice/tikkun olam; address the relevance, importance, meaning, and foundation of the tradition of Judaism; promote the renaissance of Jewish Detroit and the Synagogue’s connection to the City of Detroit. We are looking for an outgoing, creative, inventive person who can engage the growing Jewish population in Detroit by developing bold, entertaining, and exciting, social programming, as well as relevant social justice events, informed by but not limited to, Jewish values. Events will take place at the Synagogue and around the City and work will involve collaboration with various social and cultural groups and organizations. The position reports to the Executive Director. To apply, see for full job description. Please submit cover letter and resume to by January 15, 2016.

City Position is located: Flint, Michigan
As part of its new strategic plan, the Ruth Mott Foundation (RMF) seeks to strengthen its community engagement capacity in order to increase its overall impact. The Community Engagement Officer, a new position, will require a creative and entrepreneurial disposition while maintaining flexibility and a highly collaborative style in connecting to and working with north Flint residents, teams and organizations that span sectors.
The Community Engagement Officer will be a position of leadership in developing and facilitating relationships between the Foundation and community leaders and stakeholders at both the area wide and neighborhood level in north Flint. The Community Engagement Officer is responsible for ensuring that programming pursued by the Foundation is informed by and driven by the community. To facilitate effectiveness and efficiency in this role, the Community Engagement Officer position will be physically embedded in the community through partnership with an appropriate community-based organization.
Qualifications include:
Bachelor’s degree in social work, public administration, public policy, business administration, community organization or related field required; Master’s degree preferred
Minimum five years of experience in non-profit community development, community organizing foundation, or government setting; 8 years preferred; specific training and/or certification in strategies and tactics of community organizing is a plus, though not required
Experience in fields related to the Foundation’s mission and grantmaking, with demonstrated experience in strategy and program development
Knowledge of current relevant theories and best practices in community building, outreach, community relations, capacity building, convening and meeting facilitation
A strong commitment to the Foundation’s mission and values
A solid understanding of, or direct experience working collaboratively with individuals from all sectors of the community and a commitment to diversity and inclusion
To Apply: Email resume to

City Position is located: Howell, MI
Stiggy’s Dogs is seeking candidates to serve as Executive Director. We week a talented individual with knowledge of the nonprofit world, particularly in fundraising and development, who can take our organization to the next level and grow Stiggy’s Dogs into a household name. Candidates should have a passion for rescue animals and/or veterans' issues.
Under the direction of the Board of Directors and in conjunction with the Director of Training, the Executive Director will oversee the general mission and goals of the organization and ensures that programs, initiatives and engagements all follow and further the mission. Additionally, the Executive Director provides oversight to the Director of Training in developing the training programs and discussing their implementation on a high level and providing a broad vision for goal setting.
Candidates should possess the following qualifications at a minimum:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in education and experience in communications, public relations, public administration, business administration or other related field
A minimum of 3-5 years of experience in a non-profit setting or related experience
A minimum of 3-5 years of experience in fundraising, development and donor relations
Experience working with and directing teams, including paid staff and volunteers
Experience in a major donor or capital campaign
Commitment to working with rescue animals and military veterans and their families
Exposure to policy development and enactment
This position is a .80 FTE position with potential to grow quickly. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience with the proposed salary range starting at $42,500 annually. Stiggy’s Dogs offers a generous time off package.
For a full job description and to apply, please go to

City Position is located: Mt Pleasant
The Humane Animal Treatment Society (HATS), an animal welfare organization in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, seeks Marketing Manager/Event Coordinator for a full-time position. Position’s duties include: Planning and implementing and executing marketing programs, public relations, and coordinating educational programs. The person in this position would develop the budget for these programs, oversee adherence with budget after programs and budget are approved by the Board of Directors; Manage the HATS website, plan, implement, and execute all fundraising efforts while coordinating existing events and programs, establish new fundraising methods. This individual would also be involved in developing sponsorship, trade, and business arrangements and relationships with those interested in supporting our group’s mission.
The individual who chooses to apply for this position must be passionate about protecting our area abandoned animals, mostly dogs and cats who, without our help and protection would otherwise die. The person who applies must have the time available to commit to our cause, which will involve attendance at bi-monthly regular board meetings, periodic nightly committee meetings and attendance at various all day and evening fundraising events.
Submit resume, employment history, salary requirement, and references to Respond by December 30, 2015.

City Position is located: Detroit, MI
Are you results driven, able to think strategically and enjoy getting the most from your team? Are you looking for an opportunity to work in an organization which values employees who are passionately dedicated to helping others, have a high respect for people and are committed and accountable to accomplishing the mission?
The Children’s Center of Wayne County is looking for an accomplished finance professional to lead this growing organization. The Children’s Center is a $30 million dollar not-for-profit, 501©3 organization in existence for over 86 years. Our main lines of business include provision of programs and services for children in the behavioral health and child welfare systems, as well as HeadStart for ages 3-5 years and after-school programs.
We are looking for an individual to be a strong member of our Executive Leadership Team; responsible for leading and overseeing all Finance, IT and HR functions. Qualified individuals will need superior analytical skills as well as highly developed conceptual thinking and long term planning and organizational skills with a proven record of successful strategic management. Also needed are well-honed interpersonal skills, a focus on team development and accountability as well as demonstrated ability get results through others.
The CFO role is responsible for Business Strategy, Internal and External Relationship Management, Business Analysis, Accounting, Revenue Cycle Management, Talent Management, and Information Technology.
If you are interested in becoming part of our team, please submit your resume on-line by logging onto our website at
Equal Employment Opportunity

City Position is located: Detroit
Desirable Credentials, Skills, and Traits:
Bachelors degree or above preferred;
At least two years experience with and/or demonstrated interest in character building youth sports programs (or comparable)
Fantastic interpersonal communication skills
Outstanding planning skills and attention to detail
Punctuality and good attendance
High standards for excellence in execution
Efficient computer knowledge
Willingness to perform a wide range of program management related duties
Responsible for accomplishing strategic outcomes within three primary programmatic areas including:
Program organization and management
Recruiting and coordinating schools, clubs, teams, kids, coaches, and volunteers
Administering one or more sport leagues, divisions, or program initiatives
Building and fostering relationships with strategic partners
Developing roster and schedule
Ordering uniforms and equipment
Managing budget
Providing website content for program
Directing and managing interns and contract services
Managing day to day program activities
Equipment distribution and collection
Youth Development
Teaching IMPACT training classes to volunteers
Ensuring positive family environment at events
Ensuring appropriate volunteer behavior
Facility Operations
Securing permits for facilities
Facility preparation and maintenance
Various other outcomes as assigned
Pay range: $15.35/hr - $16.35/hr
Detroit PAL is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please send cover letter and resume to:
No phone calls please

City Position is located: DETROIT
Responsible for Administrative support and coordination of office operations including: Greeting guests, work flow, multi-line phone system, filing, ordering of office supplies, records maintenance, coordinate outside service for computer, phone and office equipment issues and other general clerical support. Work closely with the CEO and Board of Directors, providing support for Board meetings and materials. General support for Finance, Program and Events. Position is Part-time, 32 – 35 hours per week, no benefits, $12-$14/hour.
Provide staff support to the President & CEO and Agency as assigned, including communication and preparation for Board meetings, Board committees and agency meetings.
Organize and maintain office files and records.
Handle incoming calls and route or assist callers as appropriate.
Receive and distribute incoming mail and process outgoing mail.
Provide front desk reception duties.
Set-up systems and procedures as required
Manage procurement of all office supplies .
Maintain office equipment and coordinate service for copier, postage machine and computers.
Provide clerical and customer service support for Finance, Program and Development
All other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma, required. Associates degree or some college preferred
At least four years secretarial and/or office administration experience.
Ability to successfully work independently and in a team environment
Proficiency in Microsoft OFFICE, including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Possess excellent organizational and time management skills.
Ability to work congenially with staff, Board members, donors, adult volunteers and youth.
Ability to balance multiple priorities.
Please forward resumes and cover letter to

City Position is located: Detroit
Michigan Opera Theatre is seeking a Patron Services Special Events Manager, responsible for planning and executing major fundraisers as well as stewardship and cultivation events. Position will: work closely with Michigan Opera Theatre leadership to identify and recruit appropriate leadership volunteers for each special event; support special event leadership volunteers in their work and the achievement of the established fundraising goal; manage a portfolio of sponsorship prospects; identify prospects and develop sponsorship and general solicitation strategies for each event; develop and manage the sponsorship program, including benefits, recognition, and acknowledgments; provide event leadership and work closely with key team members from other departments to produce highest quality special events that effectively position Michigan Opera Theatre’s artistic mission; establish and execute a communications plan; monitor progress of event revenues to goal and expenses against budget projections.
This is a ¾ time position, approximately 28 – 30 hours per week. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Position requires:
3-5 years proven fundraising experience; experience managing successful large special events with substantial fundraising goals; experience soliciting and fulfilling sponsorships; demonstrated ability to work well with and connect appropriately with leadership volunteers; some work on nights and weekends.
View complete job description at
Application Process:
To apply for this position in confidence, send resume and cover letter to: Patricia Walker at
Michigan Opera Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity in our workforce.

City Position is located: Ypsilanti
Major Responsibilities:
Identify, evaluate, cultivate, solicit and secure philanthropic support for Eastern Michigan University.
Design, implement and manage a comprehensive plan focused on expanding and enhancing corporate and foundation relationships to meet fundraising and student- centered goals.
Initiate opportunities for faculty and staff to interact with corporate and foundation prospects and interpret prospect interests relevant to our University.
Develop proposals for corporate and foundation prospects integrating funder goals with University preferences.
Collaborate with the Office of Research Development Administration (ORDA) to coordinate grant activity.
Maintain a rigorous schedule of contacts with corporate and foundation representatives and create moves management plans.
Create compelling presentations and comprehensive fundraising proposals.
Monitor proposal deadlines, prepare and edit proposals in collaboration with MGO’s, ORDA and Deans.
Ensure stewardship and reporting requirements are met to sustain successful partnerships.
Work closely with development, career services and other college representatives to create opportunities to build awareness among corporate and foundation constituencies.
Required Job Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required.
Minimum 5 years demonstrated successful corporate and/or foundation fundraising experience preferably in higher education (or a comparably complex organization).
Knowledge of cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies in the area of corporate and foundation fundraising.
Demonstrated grant and proposal writing ability.
Demonstrated knowledge of researching corporate and foundation giving programs.
Ability to represent the University and encourage interest and support of Eastern Michigan University.
Excellent oral and written communications required.
High energy, self-directed individual with exceptional interpersonal skills and networking ability.
To Apply: Submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to
The EMU Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is strongly committed to achieving excellence though cultural diversity. The EMU Foundation actively encourages applications from women, persons of color, and applicants with disabilities, veterans and members of other underrepresented groups.

Controller (Detroit)
The Foundation is seeking a Controller reporting to the VP, Operations & CFO. The Controller is responsible for supporting the VP, Operations and CFO in the direction of accounting and tax functions for the Foundation.

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Develops collaborative relationships with external audit and tax advisors, legal staff, and investment custodian to maximize the benefits realized from relationships.
Provides technical expertise, reviewing and recommending procedures for compliance with accounting standards and tax regulations.
Develops processes and procedures as necessary to ensure proper internal controls while promoting accuracy and improving efficiency of reporting processes.
Manages the annual budget process and quarterly updates with department heads, the Audit Committee and Board of Trustees.
Reviews general ledger entries and reconciliations to ensure data accuracy and integrity.
Prepares complex ledger entries, analysis and reconciliations.
Manages monthly, quarterly, and yearly close process.
Leads the preparation for the annual audit process.
Prepares tax work papers and Forms 990-F and 990-T for internal and external tax review.
Assists with special projects as needed.

Qualifications for the Controller:
Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred & CPA required.
Minimum of five to seven years’ experience in public/private accounting and/or treasury experience.
Private Foundation tax experience is preferred, but not required.
Integrity/ethic beyond reproach.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong leadership, interpersonal skills, along with demonstrated reliability.
If you are interested to learn more, go to

The Skillman Foundation is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Chief Program Officer (Fraser)
The Chief Program Officer assists the Chief Executive Officer to meet community needs by identifying, planning, organizing, implementing, evaluating and modifying clinical and community based programming. The position is also responsible for overseeing pragmatic aspects of licensing and accreditation compliance. Supervises: Clinical & Intervention Services Director and Community and Workplace Programs Director.

Master’s Degree in Administration/Human Services or related field and 6 years of experience. Five years of full time employment. Three years of supervisory experience, two years of full time experience in a human service, not for profit program (may be included in the five years of full time experience). Experience working at a CARF accredited agency is preferred.

For full position description and to apply visit

Quality Specialist (Flexible: Lansing or Home Office)
The Quality Specialist will be charged with leading the Quality work of MASP, and work with the Executive Director to facilitate collaboration with partners to achieve the network goals.

In this role, the ideal candidate will have the opportunity to leverage their knowledge of youth development/learning, afterschool program models, and data driven planning to support afterschool in Michigan. The candidate will develop collaborative relationships with statewide stakeholders.

The successful applicant will:
Be self-directed and highly motivated, with strong knowledge in positive youth development practices and out-of-school-time programming,
Have experience in technical assistance services in the field of out-of-school time programming and be an effective trainer and communicator, and
Demonstrate Initiation, intellectual curiosity, creativity, reliability, flexibility, discretion, thoroughness, accuracy and a commitment to the MASP mission.
Travel within the state of Michigan or to out-of-state meetings and events will also be required. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to by December 30, 2015. Please note “Quality Specialist” in the subject line of your e-mail.

Vist for more information.

Michigan Voice Field Coordinator (Lansing)
Responsibilities include:
Establishing/maintaining relationships with current/potential partners
Supporting partners as they work to build/strengthen their civic engagement programs
Assisting with the table’s capacity building efforts and trainings including volunteer recruitment/development, organizing, campaign planning, field skills and VAN
Organizing supporters of democratic reforms from grassroots activists to community leaders
Other duties as assigned
Additional qualifications:
At least three years of successful community organizing with increasing responsibility
Demonstrated ability to establish/maintain strong working relationships with allied organizations
Ability to set clear goals and skilled in working both independently and collaboratively to achieve them
Must be task-oriented with solid time-management skills
Excellent oral and written communications skills
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment
Passion for working collaboratively with community groups and progressive organizations
Willingness to work odd hours, including nights and weekends
Willingness and ability to regularly travel throughout Michigan
Position is grant-funded. Pay commensurate with experience. Attractive benefits package is available. Applicants must have their own car and valid driver’s license.

Send resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and three references to Cyndi Roper at with “Michigan Voice Field Coordinator” in the subject line. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled; however, preference will be given to resumes received by December 21, 2015. No calls, please. Email Cyndi for full job description.

Equal employment opportunity and having a diverse staff are fundamental principles at State Voices and Michigan Voice.

Casework Supervisor (Detroit)
The NOAH Project (Networking, Organizing, and Advocating for the Homeless) operates a Community Center and social service agency for downtown Detroit’s homeless population. Its mission is to empower low income and homeless Detroiters to achieve stability by serving as the first step on the journey to self-sufficiency.

The Casework Supervisor is responsible for overseeing NOAH’s caseworkers and interns, including its street outreach program. This position also includes data collection around all NOAH services provided. At NOAH, casework entails meeting with clients one-on-one to discuss strategies for personal growth, providing referrals for food, clothing, and housing, and offering a listening ear, support, and encouragement.

The position requires a LMSW and is .05 FTE.

Provide leadership to the casework services component of the NOAH Project.
Supervise and train caseworkers and social work interns and serve as the liaison between the NOAH Project and interns’ schools.
Work with caseworkers to assess the effectiveness of the casework services in order to determine if objectives are being met, detect areas where the project can be improved, and develop strategies to address needed improvements.
Manage statistical data for all services. Serve as an Agency Administrator and Privacy Coordinator between the NOAH Project and the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).
Provide supervision to ensure quality data is being entered by all users, collected, and tracked through the HMIS.
Visit to view a full job description and details on how to apply. Application deadline is January 8, 2016.

Street Outreach Caseworker (Detroit)
The NOAH Project (Networking, Organizing, and Advocating for the Homeless) operates a Community Center and social service agency for downtown Detroit’s homeless population. Its mission is to empower low income and homeless Detroiters to achieve stability by serving as the first step on the journey to self-sufficiency.

NOAH’s Street Outreach Caseworker’s main role will be to identify and establish relationships with unsheltered homeless individuals and provide intense casework and connection of services for these individuals.

The Street Outreach Caseworker will perform outreach to particularly hard to reach and unsheltered homeless individuals. The person will strive to build relationships with individuals who are mistrustful of the social service system. They will coordinate with service providers and navigate the client on the journey to permanent housing.

The position requires a valid driver’s license, clean driving record, and willingness to work evenings. The position is .05 FTE.

Engage and build relationships with unsheltered and hard to reach individuals through street outreach
Help clients obtain needed identification in order to get into housing
Develop and execute housing plans in coordination with other service providers
Enter timely and accurate client data in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
Track and report client outcomes, including successful housing outcomes
Visit to view a full job description and details on how to apply. The deadline to apply is January 8, 2016.

Survivor Advocate - Transitional Supportive Housing (Wayne County Sites)
Availability: Immediate.

Hours/week: 37.5 hours/week. Weekdays including evenings, some week-ends

Description: Provide crisis counseling, trauma-informed services, advocacy, information, resources and support to clients in the TSH Program via individual, group, and telephone sessions. Develop and implement a vibrant and comprehensive TSH Program. Complete paperwork and maintain accurate client demographics, service statistics, and case examples for reports. Comply with all grant and agency reporting.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work or human services. Master’s preferred. Experience in crisis counseling, domestic violence and sexual assault. Capable of handling crisis situations effectively. Demonstrated initiative, high professional standards, excellent communication and organizational skills. Ability to work independently and with supervision. Match with agency mission, vision, values essential. Demonstrated experience working with people from diverse racial, economic and cultural backgrounds. Caring, empathetic, client-centered approach. Maintain a flexible schedule. Valid MI drivers license, current auto insurance, criminal background check, sex offender registry check, Department of Health and Human Services clearance, have and maintain excellent driving record, reliable transportation required. Ability to lift 30 pounds on occasion. Bilingual a plus. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Benefits: Full-time position to include accrued sick and vacation time, holidays off with pay, option for health, dental, and vision after 90 days, life insurance, long-term disability insurance. Employer contribution to 401-k. – see website for additional information and job opportunities at First Step

Email resume and cover letter WITH WAGE REQUIREMENTS to Desiree Herrick:
No phone calls please.

Kids Helping Kids Program Coordinator (Grand Rapids)
Full job description:
Drive the development of the Kids Helping Kids program by taking a proactive role to increase impact
Build new relationships and maintain current relationships in Kent, Ottawa and Muskegon Counties with youth populations from schools, service groups, faith communities and other mediums
Provides physical and tactical support to all participating schools/organizations to complete fund raisers and food raisers
Assist in developing concepts and supporting materials for use by schools and organizations to implement fund and food raising programs at non-service schools
Pursue funding opportunities for the Kids Helping Kids Program through sponsorships, grants, fee for service opportunities and other means.
Work with Sr. Outreach Manager to establish a strategy to meet annual goals for the program.
Support the Kids’ Food Basket team in the Family Engagement Initiative. This could include assistance with planning, scheduling and general outreach functions
Deliver engaging and dynamic lessons on civic engagement, following an established curriculum, in a classroom setting with youth groups of all ages.
$34,000 - $37,000

401(k) Plan with match
Flex Spending Account
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Paid Holidays
To be considered for the position, applicants must send cover letter and resume via email by:
December 30th, 2015 at 5:00pm.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
Send cover letter and resume to:
Bradley Littell -

Development Coordinator (Brighton)
Make-A-Wish Michigan is now accepting resumes for the position of Development Coordinator. The position role is full time and will work out of the Brighton headquarters. The Coordinator will provide support to the special events team in regards to the planning and implementation of our signature events (Walk for Wishes, Wish Ball, and the Wish-A-Mile Bicycle Tour) and will assist with third-party and endurance events and school-based fundraisers. The Development Coordinator will also help support event participant and attendee communications as well as technology and reporting needs. The position will be responsible for planning Heroes Hurrah, the finish line celebration for our Wish-A-Mile tour. Candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3 years of non-profit event planning experience. Please submit a resume and cover letter to

Program Services Director (Detroit)
The Program Services Director is responsible for child school and senior nutrition programs as well as nutrition and hunger awareness education programs.

Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Work with managers to develop new and improve current nutrition and hunger awareness programs within Gleaners, in the community and with agency partners.
Identify resources and opportunities to support education with agency partners and their customers, empowering both to make healthier choices.
Support initiatives to create healthier environments within the food bank network.
Integrate programs to create synergy
Nurture a culture of wellness amongst staff and agency partners
Represent Gleaners to collaborates, partners and other community stakeholders
Work with managers to manage and develop department and grant budgets
Provide oversight of grants in order to meet goals and timeline expectations
Develop tools for agency partners to promote and health
Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting and training employees; developing personal growth opportunities.
Accomplishes staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring and appraising job results; conducting training; enforcing policies and procedures.
Demonstrate and support the Gleaners mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities

Events General Manager (Detroit)
This position is responsible for planning and executing Gleaners’ event strategy.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Manage all aspects of sponsorship cultivation and solicitation
Manage all aspects of budgeting and results
Manage all aspects of fund-raising events from concept design to logistics, timeline, volunteer engagement, marketing and sales, reporting
Manage all aspects of Event Vendor relationship
Recruit and oversee community leaders to serve on volunteer committees to accomplish objectives
Maintain accurate, complete and up-to-date contact lists for each event
Coordinate marketing and publicity to maximize attendance and awareness
Manage relationships with sponsors, vendors, media partners
Coordinate with other cross functional team members such as Communications/Marketing, Volunteers, Stewardship and Operations
Facilitate open communication and teamwork within the department and the organization.
Demonstrate, support and communicate Gleaners’ mission, vision and values throughout all professional responsibilities and activities
Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the planning and execution of major fund-raising events and a proven track record of achieving financial goals.
Understanding of marketing, communications and public relations activities.
Experience developing and managing budgets.
Computer literacy in word processing, data base management and page layout.
Strong oral and written communications skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects at a time.
Minimum of 4 years experience working with volunteers and vendors is required.
Bachelors degree in relevant field preferred.
Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to

Director – RSVP Program of Muskegon and Oceana Counties (Muskegon)
The RSVP Program Director is the sponsoring organization’s designated staff member to manage the day-to-day implementation of the RSVP project. The project director trains and supervises the RSVP Volunteer Coordinator who manages the RSVP members. The RSVP Program Director works cooperatively with volunteer station site staff to implement the RSVP project work plans, and with the United Way Finance Manager who processes expenses and revenue connected to the program. The project manager is also responsible for public relations of the project and maintenance of program records.

Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements by Friday, December 11, 2015, to:
United Way of the Lakeshore
31 East Clay Avenue
PO Box 207
Muskegon, MI 49443

Program Officer Education Program (Detroit)
The Kresge Foundation is metro Detroit's largest private, national foundation, with more than $3.5 billion in its endowment.

The position based in metropolitan Detroit reports to the Education Team’s MD and works with program and grants management staff and peer foundations. The Education Program supports post-secondary access and success for low-income, first generation and under-represented students through three focus areas:
Pathways to/through college for low-income, first generation and underrepresented students veterans and other groups.
Capacity Building of institutions that focus on low-income, first generation and under-represented students.
Strengthening/Aligning Urban Higher Education Ecosystems to enhance college attainment in cities by working with cross-sector partnerships of business, nonprofit, government, philanthropic and higher education organizations.
Minimum of five years of experience and leadership in a relevant postsecondary or nonprofit education services fields.
Master’s degree and relevant credentialing preferred.
Previous grantmaking experience preferred. Experience in the development, implementation and evaluation of strategies to affect change. Experience working collaboratively across nonprofit, private, and public sectors.
Commitment to the Foundation's vision and its five values (stewardship, respect, creativity, partnership and opportunity) with the ability to demonstrate that commitment in daily interactions. Demonstrated commitment to low-income people and social justice.
For consideration please send cover letter and resume with salary requirements to by January 15, 2016.

Human Resources Director - Part-Time (Detroit)
Desirable Credentials, Skills and Traits:
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or other related field;
Minimum of 5 years of progressive experience in Human Resources or other related field;
Demonstrates discretion;
Excellent organization and communication skills;
Proficiency with computer platforms and applications – specifically Microsoft Office software
Experience in benefits and compensation administration, legal compliance, organizational development and payroll administration.
Responsible for:
Proactively developing, implementing and maintaining human resource and benefit programs and procedures-which includes following industry trends, best practices and government legislation to ensure compliance;
Coaching and guiding management in productive HR practices, including performance management. Offer insight and support in organizational development practices;
Working with PAL leadership to engage staff team building activities to build cohesion and chemistry;
Overseeing the staff recruitment process, including a formalized testing and interviewing program; conduct and analyze exit interviews, and recommending changes within the organization as necessary;
Managing staff through performance planning, development and evaluation process; ensuring practices in place to drive towards a high level of staff morale and retention; guiding promotion and succession process
Managing and overseeing employee benefits and recommend changes to improve benefit and achieve cost savings;
Managing and overseeing payroll functions, including processing and record keeping;
Managing and overseeing all attendance records, including leave time documentation;
Performing other duties and undertake special projects as assigned
Salary: $47,000/yr

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