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Posted 8/31/2015 by MNA

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MNA Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA (Various Locations)

Posted 5/27/2015 by MNA


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 30 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from mid-August 2015 to mid-August 2016. We are seeking candidates to serve at the following host sites:

  • Alma College
  • Alpena Volunteer Center
  • Carson City-Crystal Schools
  • Davenport University
  • Delta College
  • Detroit Edison Public School Academy
  • Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD
  • Ferris State University
  • Great Lakes Center for Youth Development
  • HandsOn Battle Creek
  • Jackson Public Schools
  • Kirtland Community College
  • Lawrence Tech University
  • Lenawee Community Foundation
  • Oakland University
  • Pinckney Community Schools
  • TrueNorth Community Services

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
  • Fundraising
  • 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 June 20th, so apply today at

MNA Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Leaders (Lansing)

Posted 5/27/2015 by MNA


The Michigan Nonprofit Association Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Program seeks 2 VISTA Leaders to support 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 Leaders serve on a full-time basis for one year, from mid-August 2015 to mid-August 2016.

VISTA Leaders must have a college degree and completion of one year in an AmeriCorps VISTA position, as well as familiarity with AmeriCorps VISTA policies.

AmeriCorps VISTA Leaders serve their communities in a variety of ways and can expect to participate in the following activities:

  • Providing support for all MNA VISTA members, including promoting communication, networking, information sharing, resource building and a team atmosphere in the program
  • Collaboratively plan and implement MNA VISTA member trainings and member recognition opportunities
  • Monitor, evaluate and promote member performance as well as the overall MNA VISTA program
  • Assist the Program Manager in conducting site visits
  • Manage the 2016-2017 VISTA recruitment process
  • Create, update, post, and maintain communications and social media accounts
  • Edit and give feedback to MNA VISTA members on grant applications and other documents

AmeriCorps VISTA service also comes with great benefits, including a partial housing allowance, living stipend, student loan forbearance or deferment, health coverage, vacation time, and more!

Positions must be filled by June 20th, so apply today at

Volunteer Resources Assistant Internship (Unpaid) (Pontiac)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA


Lighthouse of Oakland County is a leader in its ability to offer successful programs that motivate, promote self-sufficiency, develop financial independence and offer long-term results for the individuals we serve. We are looking for an energetic, positive person with a strong commitment to our mission, who will take a creative approach to provide service delivery for all of the agency’s programs, fundraising events, monthly activities and volunteer events. The Volunteer Resources Specialist will assist with effective delivery of the Agency Programs, Monthly Activities, and Volunteer Recruitment. The Assistant Volunteer Coordinator will be accountable to work within the guidelines, policies and mission of Lighthouse of Oakland County.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Perform administrative functions as required for agency programs
  • Conduct reference checks of potential volunteers
  • Assist with the facilitation of match closures for volunteers, children and parents, including exit interviews for volunteers
  • Liaise with schools, other youth service agencies, other community groups, clubs or the public in general as required
  • Assist with researching the latest trend in volunteerism


  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Sound computer skills
  • Ability to work flexible hours, may include some evenings and weekends depending on agency programs and events
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle is an asset

For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email

Accounting Manager (Detroit)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA

Motown Museum is Seeking an Accounting Manager

Overview: The Accounting Manager performs a variety of general accounting tasks. This position reports to the CEO.


  • Strong working knowledge of accounting principles and practices
  • Extremely proficient in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office applications and able to pick up new computer programs very quickly
  • Planning and organization skills
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Customer Service oriented
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities
  • Ability to operate a 10-key calculator and copy machine to perform calculations and produce and scan documents
  • Knowledge of TAM or similar POS software a plus
  • Knowledge of ADP time clock software and payroll processing a plus
  • Knowledge of Retail Inventory accounting a plus

Areas of Responsibility:

  • Verify documents
  • Enter data in QuickBooks
  • Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable
  • Update and maintain accounting ledgers
  • Compile data and prepare reports
  • Prepare cash flow projections
  • Compile monthly bank reconciliations
  • Compile monthly financial statements in a timely manner
  • Recordkeeping and reporting (grants and fundraising)
  • Provide management with information vital to the decision-making process
  • Assist with annual budget, audit, and tax return
  • Comply with federal, state and company policies, procedures, and regulations
  • Perform filing and general administrative tasks
  • Process payroll
  • Other duties as needed

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor Degree in Accounting
  • Proven experience as Controller or Accounting Manager, 7+ years of progressive experience
  • Experience in not-for-profit a plus
International Development Project Administrator (Ann Arbor)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA

The William Davidson Institute (WDI) seeks to hire more to join our "Development Consulting Services" team whose focus is on international business development.

This full-time, entry level project administration position is based in Ann Arbor, operational implementation of project activities, preparation of work plans, progress reports, and budgets while ensuring overall quality control of project activities.

Please visit our website for full details and access to our required Application form. Interested applicants who meet the "Candidate's Required Qualifications" should submit a completed WDI “Application for Employment” form; it's available online at

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree (in business administration, public policy, languages or a related field) and two or more years of relevant work experience in international business development and project coordination, understanding of the grant process, superior communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in emerging economies is highly desirable.

WDI is an affiliate of the University of Michigan; our employees are not University employees. This position is benefit eligible; WDI offers a competitive benefits package including employer retirement contributions with immediate vesting, paid time off, group health/dental/life insurance coverage. WDI is an EOE.

We also have a "International Development Senior Project Administrator" opening; it is mid-management and will supervise and mentor other employees.

Chief Operating Officer (Detroit)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA

Motown Museum is Seeking a Chief Operating Officer

Motown Museum is at a critical juncture in history with an enormous opportunity for growth, requiring a creative leader in operations. The candidate will oversee the operations, administration, staff management, and maintenance of the Museum.

Specific Responsibilities:

Executive Leadership - Promote the strategic vision of the organization and direct all operational and administrative departments (including overseeing the execution of exhibitions and educational programs), budget and finance; retail sales; conservation of historic homes; facilities maintenance, human resources, and Board engagement. Lead staff through ongoing performance planning and measurement processes. Develop and implement appropriate, actionable plans to achieve short- and long-term goals.

Financial Management - Implement annual operating budget to assure fiscal responsibility and sound oversight of programs, projects, and other initiatives; work directly with the Finance and Audit Committees and the Board of Trustees as needed. Participate in the development and presentation of the annual budget. Maintain internal controls of the Museum operations, programs, and services. Report on budget and other financials to the CEO on a regular basis.

Staff Management and Administration - Motivate, direct, and oversee a team of professionals in effectively carrying out overall organizational goals and priorities. Provide guidance as needed; setting standards for high-quality performance, and ensuring that these levels are maintained throughout the organization. Foster an open, positive, and collegial organizational culture. Responsible for overarching supervision of building operations, including capital projects, renovations, security, maintenance, as well as workplace health and safety. Oversee hiring practices.

Marketing & Engagement Administrator (Detroit)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA


Provides critical support for the marketing/engagement team. Requires a high level of flexibility/ability to prioritize/manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Perform research/data analysis on current/prospective individual donors to grow donor support base.

Responsibilities include:

  • Mass mailings.
  • Prepare/mail donor thank you letters
  • Maintain database of all donor information/ engagement/thank you letters
  • Manage customer/donor email list in database
  • Assist in fundraising event preparations including invitation mailings/in-kind donation requests/facility logistics.
  • Be on site for all fundraising special events (may include evenings and weekends)
  • Coordinate and assist with donor/funder tours
  • Support donor cultivation
  • Maintain inventory/place orders for merchandise
  • Manage Front of House for all DIA performances
  • Handle all advance/subscriptions/in-house ticket sales
  • Manage Ticket sales/Front of House for Studio performances
  • Generate revenue reports for Front of House sales
  • Manage merchandise sales at community/studio/DIA shows and events;
  • Generate reports for merchandise/ticket sales/front of House sales/attendance
  • Handle general public subscriptions

Excellent time management/organizational/problem-solving, /communication skills; experience managing databases; impeccable customer service.

  • 2-3 years business, customer relations, and office environment experience
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, in particular Excel, and PowerPoint
  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience

Salary and Benefits:
Salary: $27,000 Comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, short-term disability, paid time off, and 403(b) plan.
Mosaic is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume and three references to with the subject:
Marketing and Engagement Administrator Position.
No phone calls please.

Community Relations Coordinator (Detroit)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA


Responsible for managing the engagement programs of participants/parents/families/volunteers/community organizations/K-12 schools/colleges/universities/small businesses to further the mission of Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit. Must be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends as required.

The Community Relations Coordinator will:

  • Supervise/support the Youth Support Coordinator; developing training/recruiting/evaluation processes for the Youth Support Program;
  • Expand Youth Support Program to garner more support/expand the responsibilities of supporters and services provided;
  • Coordinate recruitment efforts by developing relationships with allies/advocates in diverse communities;
  • Coordinate Mosaic’s annual day-of-service, recruiting locations and volunteer support needed;
  • Recruit/develop training for volunteers;
  • Coordinate all poster/flyer distribution, utilizing participants/families/volunteers;
  • Staff liaison with the Parent Booster Group;
  • Coordinate/develop the Young Artist/Family fundraising efforts;
  • Coordinate/manage volunteers for Mosaic productions and events;
  • Coordinate volunteer recognition program;
  • Coordinate Student Matinees for performances, including outreach to schools/utilizing volunteers/ community allies/advocates;
  • Attend Community Events and network on Mosaic’s behalf;
  • Maintain volunteer databases;
  • Recruit/develop training/oversight processes for Administrative volunteers/interns;
  • Recruit students for Mosaic’s first stage programs;
  • Recruit mentors/chaperons for Mosaic rehearsals /performances;
  • Promote Mosaic performances and programs throughout the community at large;

Required Qualifications:
Excellent time management/organizational/problem-solving/ communication skills.
Impeccable customer service

  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications/experience.
Comprehensive benefits package including medical/dental insurance, short-term disability, paid time off, and 403(b) plan.

Mosaic is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume and three references to with the subject:
Community Relations Coordinator

Family Support Coordinator (Pontiac)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA


Family Support Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Family & Community Relationships
Status: Part-Time, 29hrs per week
Compensation: $12.50/hr
Travel: Moderate

As a member of the Family Relationships Department the Family Support Coordinator will work collaboratively as a team to manage all aspects of family homeownership.

Core Responsibilities:

  1. The Family Support Coordinator is responsible for performing support services and tasks to assist partner families.
  2. The FSC is responsible for maintaining relationships with Habitat Partner Families and ensuring a high level of customer service.
  3. In conjunction with the Family Relationships Department, the FSC is responsible for providing qualified applicants to cover 110% of the annual home builds.
  4. The FSC will assist with application processing and family selection tasks.
  5. The FSC will assist the Family Relationships Team Leader with monitoring Partner Family progress and ensuring all program requirements are completed prior to closing on the home.
  6. The FSC will coordinate family support activities/classes/newsletter/etc.
  7. The FSC may be asked to collaboratively with the community and local agencies or organizations as well as attend recruiting events for partner family referrals.
  8. The FSC is responsible to maintain clear and organized family homeowner financial, legal and correspondence files.
  9. Assist with daily activities and tasks necessary to support existing homeowners.
  10. The FSC will be responsible for any other duties and responsibilities which may be assigned by the Director or Executive director in pursuit of the Habitat mission.

To apply please send your cover letter and resume to

Administrative Assistant/Office Manager (Detroit)

Posted 5/26/2015 by MNA

Detroit Youth Based Non-Profit Organization

Administrative Assistant/Office Manager:
Responsible for all office operations: multi-line phone system, filing, order office supplies, computer,office equipment and other general clerical support. Work closely with the CEO and Board of Directors, provide support for Board meetings. Support for Finance, Program and Events.
Part-time position to start, 30-35/hrs a week , no benefits, $13 - $14 per hour.


  • Provide staff support to the President & CEO and Agency as assigned, including communication and preparation for Board meetings and agency meetings.
  • Organize and maintain office files and records.
  • Handle incoming calls
  • Distribute incoming mail and process outgoing mail.
  • Provide front desk reception duties.
  • Manage office supplies
  • Maintain office equipment and coordinate service for copier, postage machine and computers.
  • Provide support for Finance(Process payroll using ADP, vendor payments using Quickbooks, etc.)
  • All other duties as assigned.


  • High School Diploma, required. Associates degree or some college preferred
  • At least four years secretarial and/or office management experience.


  • Ability to successfully work independently and in a team environment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft OFFICE, including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Payroll and accounts payable experience (ADP and QuickBooks preferred)
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • 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

Executive Director (Lansing)

Posted 5/21/2015 by MNA



Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director has overall operational responsibility for the staff, programs and execution of its strategic plan, including fundraising, program development, strategic communications and relationship development - including significant public speaking.


Dependent upon qualifications, $55,000 - $65,000 annually plus benefits


Proven leadership, coaching, and relationship management experience is required.  Concrete demonstrable experience and preferred qualifications include:

Advanced degree with at least 2 - 5 years of nonprofit and board management experience, including effectively leading an outcome based organization and staff; unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.
Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget.
Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures; and strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills. 

Please send resume, cover letter, references and salary requirements by June 4, 2015.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Michigan Capital Region
Attention:  Shari Nelson
330 Marshall Street, Suite 103
Lansing, MI  48912-2317
OR via email at:

For a full listing, please see our website:

Development Coordinator & Database Manager (Inkster)

Posted 5/20/2015 by MNA

Primary Purpose:

To manage the SFS donor database, Raiser’s Edge, including gift processing, gift acknowledgement, donor and prospect list generation, campaign reports, financial reports, prospect tracking and updates, and mailing list production; to manage written and verbal communications with donors, staff and volunteers; to assist in creating annual development calendar and donor strategies; and to assist with special events and general support for the fundraising, marketing and communications programs.

Education and Experience Required:

  1. College degree required.
  2. Experience in database management required. Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge experience preferred.
  3. Two or more years previous experience in development required, experience in marketing and public relations desired.

For further details, and to apply please visit:

Homeownership Programs Associate - AmeriCorps VISTA (Wayne County)

Posted 5/20/2015 by MNA

Homeownership Programs Associate Description: With the help of program staff, this VISTA member will build capacity for Homeownership and related programs by improving the efficiency with which the agency provides education and counseling services aimed at helping persons obtain and maintain homeownership.

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is a Community Action Agency focused on their mission of empowering low-income individuals and strengthening communities. Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) has been providing services to low and moderate income individuals and families since 1971. Since then, Wayne Metro has established a system of diversified programming and funding knowing that Wayne County residents need a source of reliable community support to help them succeed and thrive. Since 1994, the agency's budget has grown from $100,000 to over $40 million while maintaining a low-administrative rate (8%) that allows $.92 of every dollar to be utilized for direct client services.

Apply by May 25 :

Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation SAD AmeriCorps VISTA Member (Detroit)

Posted 5/20/2015 by MNA

Crime not only directly impacts the quality of life in our community; it also directly effects property values. As people leave the community because of high crime, they abandon their homes. This causes vacancy and blight and decreased property values, all of which impact the economic opportunities of low-income families. GRDC takes a comprehensive approach to community development for just that reason. It is not just our housing development that affects property values and economic stability; it is also all of the social factors, such as crime, blight, and feelings of safety. We want all of our homeowners to be able to remain in their housing, and all of our renters to feel strongly enough about the community that they will have the motivation and resources to transition into homeownership in our neighborhood.

Member Duties: *Update the neighborhood associations and the City-Wide Coalition on the implementation of the SAD *Provide support to the Designated Neighborhood Improvement Organization (DNIO) on implementation of the SAD *Help establish monitoring procedures for contractors *Provide support for annual community SAD meeting
Fish and Loaves AmeriCorps VISTA Member (Taylor)

Posted 5/20/2015 by MNA

Member Duties : 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 May 25 :

Manager, Executive Search & Superintendent Services (Lansing)

Posted 5/20/2015 by MNA


Responsible for the smooth, efficient operation of Executive Search Services, the Area Representative Program and Michigan Small and Rural Schools Association. Fields general inquiries from and coordinates services for superintendents. Facilitates communication and provides support to department consultants and adjunct staff. Provides direct support to department director as needed.

The right candidate will be the consummate professional, committed to continuous improvement of our products and services. He/she will possess excellent problem-solving skills, a high level of comfort with technology and a commitment to serving others. We are looking for someone who is resourceful and discreet, with superb communication skills and who has demonstrated the ability to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously.

This position is a key member of a team comprised of regular and adjunct staff that provides superintendent search and leadership development services to boards of education throughout Michigan. It requires occasional travel (mostly in-state), sporadic night and weekend work and a sense of humor. Association and/or human resource experience is desirable but not essential.

To apply, please complete the online application at the link below, upload a cover letter with salary expectations, resume, and at least three letters of recommendation. For consideration, all applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 4, 2015. Questions about the position should be directed to Donna Oser at 517-420-7637 or

Apply online at:

Neighborhood Food Ally - AmeriCorps VISTA Position (Detroit)

Posted 5/19/2015 by MNA

Neighborhood Ally Description: To support Detroit high school students in actualizing as holistic young leaders who are healthy, connected, and powerful, the Detroit Food Academy *VISTA project will build the capacity of our organization through the development of a partnerships, a community-rooted guidebook, and activity trainings for DFA high schools and partner neighborhoods.

Detroit Food Academy is a place-based, experiential leadership program dedicated to transforming the lives of young Detroiters through food and social entrepreneurship. We partner with 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 businesses. By developing food-based solutions in their communities, students learn to identify problems, implement solutions, and grow as holistic leaders who are healthy, connected, and powerful to affect change within and beyond the local food system.  Students graduate our program as entrepreneurial thinkers confident in their own power, conscious of the food system, familiar with business principles, and connected to networks of mentorship and support.

Apply by May 25 :
Events Specialist (Eastpointe)

Posted 5/19/2015 by MNA


National charity, based in Michigan, is seeking an events planner/walk coordinator for a part time position.

Job duties involve support to grassroots events, planning and carrying out special events, and planning and supporting walks throughout the country.

The qualified candidate will be well versed in MS Office and be able to work independently. May require travel.

Please send resume detailing experience in special events along with salary requirements to with subject line: Events Specialist.

Executive Director for Arc of Livingston (Howell)

Posted 5/18/2015 by MNA

The Arc of Livingston, a not- for-profit organization providing support and advocacy for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families throughout Livingston County, is seeking an energetic, committed, and experienced leader.

This position focuses on program development, administration, fund raising, administrative management, community networking, public awareness, advocacy, and chapter support.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in human services-related field required, or other relevant advanced degree. Minimum three (3) years proven experience in not-for-profit management, fund raising and leadership in disability/advocacy services.


  • Strategic planning, organization and program development, and fiscal management skills
  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills necessary to supervise staff as well as the ability to network and build relationships within the disability and non-profit communities
  • Exceptional verbal, written and presentation communication skills
  • Proven fund raising experience, grant writing and contract management skills
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Commitment to core values and Mission of the Arc of Livingston
  • Proven advocacy skills in all public policy arenas

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Send resume cover letter by June 5, 2015 to:

Membership & Information Services Coordinator (Grand Haven)

Posted 5/18/2015 by MNA


The Council of Michigan Foundations is looking to hire a Membership and Information Services Coordinator.

The coordinator will coordinate, prioritize and organize current and historical philanthropy sector resources. Conduct member research and fulfill technical assistance requests to ensure members have easy access to the most relevant information and expertise that will impact their work and provide value to their membership. Coordinates all administrative functions associated with CMF’s membership area including but not limited to: recruitment ongoing and special campaign activities, new member onboarding process, member-to-member mentor program, annual renewal process, staff engagement contacts with members, membership committee support and membership report preparation. On average, the duties of the position are divided approximately 50% related to membership development/retention and 50% related to information services.

Reports to: Director, Communications & Information Resources in collaboration with the Director, Membership Development

For a full job description please visit

Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Tammie TenBroeke at and include Membership and Information Services Coordinator in the subject line. Items must be received no later than Friday, May 29, 2015.

Associate Director (Flint)

Posted 5/18/2015 by MNA

Reporting to the Executive Director, this senior position provides active leadership in the Museum's administration in accordance with its educational mission and objectives, including overall management and short and long-term strategic planning. Works collaboratively with the entire management team and participates in fundraising activities, cultivates relationships with community members, and actively promotes the mission of the Flint Children's Museum to inspire a lifelong love for learning through the power of play.


  1. Manages the facility and building requirements, including custodial services, building repairs, and rentals.
  2. Provides input to the Executive Director to ensure fiscal year positive or net zero income.
  3. Monitors FCM's monthly visitor statistics and zip code collection, analyzes admission trends.
  4. Ensures efficiency in the daily operations on the FCM's exhibit floor, including guest services, front desk procedures/processes, and Museum cleanliness.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree or higher in business administration, or related field. Minimum three years in nonprofit or business administration.
Ability to provide leadership, prepare and present reports to the Executive Director and Board of Directors.

Hours: Varies - Mon - Friday, 8:30am - 5:30pm. Some weekends and evening may be required.

Application instruction: Please submit resume and cover letter via email to - no phone calls please.

For a complete Job Description please visit

Office and Administrative Coordinator (Lansing)

Posted 5/18/2015 by MNA


We are seeking an hourly employee to join the dynamic team at the Greater Lansing Food Bank focusing on administrative, office and reception support, with a high focus on customer/client relations. This newly developed position will help lead and grow the office and administrative functions within the organization. Time will be spent supporting the Office manager, Garden Project/Lansing Roots teams, and external relations/fundraising staff.

The position will shift focus seasonally, as appropriate and needed, while maintaining some core functions throughout the year.

For full list of Duties and Qualifications, please visit

This position is hourly full time, with pay starting in the $12-$15/hr range, depending on experience. Full benefits package is available including health, dental, vision, PTO, and paid holidays.

Please send cover letter and resume to with Database Coordinator in the subject line. Preference for .pdf files. Pertinent questions or clarifications welcomed.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, position to be filled as soon as the right candidate is identified.

Database Coordinator (Lansing)

Posted 5/18/2015 by MNA


We are seeking a full time, salaried employee to join the dynamic team at the Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB), focusing on database and financial management. The GLFB utilizes a CRM database to track donations, gardener registration, and other important information and we seek a person with the skills to help us increase our capacity to manage data and grow into new forms of data tracking. This new position at the GLFB will work primarily with our administrative staff, our external relations/fundraising staff, and Garden Project/Lansing Roots programs and will split time seasonally, as needed. The right candidate will have experience with multiple database systems, the ability to adapt to our system (CiviCRM) and assist us in choosing and converting to new technologies to better track information.

The position will shift focus seasonally, as appropriate and needed, while maintaining some core functions throughout the year.

For full list of Duties and Qualifications, please vist

This position is full time, exempt at a salary in the $30-35k range. Full benefits package is available including health, dental, vision, PTO, and paid holidays.

Please send cover letter and resume to with Database Coordinator in the subject line. Preference for .pdf files. Pertinent questions or clarifications welcomed.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, position to be filled as soon as the right candidate is identified.

Executive Director (Lansing)

Posted 5/15/2015 by MNA

Todd Martin Youth Leadership (TMYL), a non-profit organization that is changing the lives of low income children through tennis, life skills, education and leadership programs, based in Lansing, MI, seeks an Executive Director.  The candidate must be able to work in a dynamic environment. 

Status: Full Time; Salary plus incentive bonus plan Reports to: Board of Directors

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Board of Directors of the Todd Martin Development Fund Board the Executive Director (ED) will drive operational and development efforts in support of TMYL strategic plan. The executive Director works closely with the individuals involved with the planning and execution of youth programming activities, organizational management, community relations, donor development and fundraising activities

The TMYL ED will be responsible for building and executing the development plan.  The ED will work closely with the Director of Administration, as well as the Fundraising and Events Committees. 

To apply email applications to or mail applications to Nicholas Pope, President, Board of Directors, Todd Martin Youth Leadership, 200 North Foster, Lansing, MI 48912

Community Leader and Teacher (Grand Haven)

Posted 5/14/2015 by MNA

We are seeking a leader for our non-religious, values-oriented Community in Grand Haven, Michigan. The values of our organization are Common Humanity, Diversity, Open Inquiry, Compassionate Action, Environmental Sustainability, and Well Being. The leader will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Humanities, and preferably a Master’s Degree. They will have the ability to teach two Sundays a month according to the stated value themes, and the ability to encourage the community to continue and expand its identity as an inclusive, spiritual community. The leader will have the ability to provide compassionate care as needed as well as preside over life cycle events. The leader coordinates and implements operational tasks, and will participate on community committees and teams, as well as the Board of Trustees, as needed to maintain maximum community leadership and organizational health, sustainability and growth. Salary Range $2,600 to $3,200/month.

Send cover letter and resume to C3 Exhange, 950 Taylor, Suite 210, Grand Haven, MI 49417.

Development Systems Manager (Detroit)

Posted 5/14/2015 by MNA

The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order

Inspired by the gospel of Jesus and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Capuchin friars of the Province of St. Joseph, together with our partners in ministry, prayerfully build sister-brotherhood in the world.  We attend simply and directly to the spiritual and other basic human needs, especially those of the poor and disenfranchised, promoting justice for all.

The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order is currently seeking a Development Systems Manager (DSM). The DSM is responsible for the coordination, utilization and management of data in line with the objectives and needs of the Province, as well as the reporting between the Development and Finance offices.

Please see full list of Responsibilities and Qualifications at:

Please submit letter of interest and resume to:  Include Development Systems Manager in the subject line. 


Attention: Human Resources

Development Systems Manager

The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order

1820 Mt. Elliott Street

Detroit, Michigan 48207

Functional Area Specialist-Development (Flint)

Posted 5/12/2015 by MNA

United Way of Genesee County is seeking a full-time Functional Area Specialist. This position will works closely with the Development team in carrying out all essential duties and responsibilities related to United Way’s mission of creating positive change that transforms our community and improves people’s lives in Genesee County. Primary responsibility includes performing development work within a workplace campaign model. Additionally, this position provides support of United Way’s commitment to relationship management by ensuring a consistent and positive brand experience for all constituents of United Way of Genesee County. Qualified candidates will have a 3-5 years’ experience preferred in fund raising, sales, financial, health and/or educational settings. A qualified candidate will have a track record of working and facilitating relationship building with diverse populations and be comfortable with public speaking. Letter of interest should be emailed to no later than May 22, 2015.
Project Coordinator (Ann Arbor)

Posted 5/12/2015 by MNA

Arbor Research Collaborative for Health seeks a Project Coordinator to join the Scientific and Data Coordinating Centers (SDCC) program area. This individual will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination of the Adult to Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation (A2ALL), Symptoms of Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction Research Network (LURN), and the Childhood Liver Disease Research Network (ChilDReN) Studies.

More information about this opportunity and the benefit program at Arbor Research is available on the careers page at

Visit to apply. Job Applicants must submit a personalized cover letter, resume, and salary requirements.

No Recruiters or Staffing Firms please


Arbor Research Collaborative for Health is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. Arbor Research Collaborative for Health provides reasonable accommodation upon request, in accordance with State and Federal laws.


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Operations Administrator (Detroit)

Posted 5/12/2015 by MNA

Heritage Works seeks a part time Operations Administrator to support all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the organization, including development, technology, vendor relationships, and office and site management. This position works with the Executive Director to streamline and improve processes, and strategically position the organization for growth and sustainability.


  • Supports day-to-day management of several key functions, including administration, development, and finance.
  • Ensures compliance with contracts, state and local regulations.
  • With ED, oversees the formulation and implementation of policies and procedures.
  • Create and maintain reports, spreadsheets and documentation to support expenses and ensure compliance.
  • Identifies, contracts and liaises with vendors, contractors, etc.
  • Assists with events, including logistics and staffing, as needed.
  • Supports the Director with projects, as needed.
  • Provides support to board meetings and board members.

Qualifications: Minimum requirements include a bachelor’s degree and 3 to 5 years of operations and accounting/book-keeping experience. Excellent multitasking, accuracy, and organizational skills are required as well as strong written and verbal communication skills. Must be proficient in MS Office Suite and QuickBooks. Experience with Giftworks is a plus. Ideal candidate is proactive, collaborative, and thrives in a busy and energetic atmosphere. Work experience with a non-profit organization preferred.

Hours: Part-time, four days per week. Some event or evening and weekend hours are required.

Application Instructions: Please submit resume and cover letter via e-mail to with “Operations Administrator” in the subject line.

Heritage Works is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

No phone calls please

Senior Program Officer (Southfield)

Posted 5/12/2015 by MNA


The Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation is looking to add a Senior Program Officer to continue to broaden their tremendous commitment to enriching humanity by strengthening and empowering children and families in need. A minimum of 5-7 years experience in a grant-making organization or related non-profit professional experience is required. To apply for this position and to visit the complete job description, go to

Clinical Case Manager / Care Coordinator (RN) (Flint)

Posted 5/12/2015 by MNA

Greater Flint Health Coalition is seeking an experienced Clinical Case Manager/Care Coordinator to use the nursing process to assist Genesee County Children's Healthcare Access Program (CHAP) clients (children ages 0-18 years and their families) with identifying and resolving health needs and concerns by means of health education, patient advocacy, coordination of care, and self-management of acute and chronic conditions. This will be delivered in a community setting and is a collaborative process with the individual and/or family to determine a mutually agreeable plan which includes providing and implementing available resources, health coaching, care coordination, and self-empowerment to the client in order to overcome health obstacles. The goal is to empower the client family to self-sufficiency in managing their child's health which results in quality, cost-effective health outcomes. This position works as a member of the interdisciplinary Genesee CHAP team collaborating with physicians, physician practices, and community organizations to provide services to individuals/families that address social determinants of health to achieve health equity for individuals/families.

Applicant qualifications include being an RN or LPN with a current, valid license in the State of Michigan and five years of nursing experience.

The complete job description for this exciting opportunity is available for review at

Applicants should submit resume, cover letter (addressing how you meet the required qualifications), and salary history by email to the Vice President of Programs, Greater Flint Health Coalition at

Chef Manager (Grand Rapids)

Posted 5/12/2015 by MNA

Organization: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Position Type: Full Time
Salary: $40,000
Contact Name: Ana Galloway
Contact E-mail:  
Job Description:

Looking for a Chef Manager to run Goodwill’s Blue Spoon Restaurant located in the Downtown Market. This individual will supervise staff, oversee food operations, and interact with customers on a daily basis. A Bachelor's degree in Hospitality or related field is preferred for this position. Candidates must have experience in managing multi-food service operations as well as substantial experience in the food service industry. Other requirements include management experience, ServSafe certification, as well as a valid driver’s license. This position comes with full benefits: health, vision, dental, PTO, educational reimbursement, and much more!

To Apply: All qualified applicants are encouraged please apply online at . Please submit both a resume and application to the “submit your resume link” located on the jobs page. Any further questions about the position can be forwarded to Ana Galloway at 

Major Gifts Officer (Ann Arbor)

Posted 5/11/2015 by MNA

The Humane Society of Huron Valley seeks a passionate, animal loving development professional to join our fabulous award-winning organization and help advance our important mission!

The Major Gifts Officer's primary objective is to develop long-term relationships with donors built on a firm understanding of their interests, passions and values and solicit major gifts. The Major Gifts Officer will work closely with the Chief Development Officer to develop and implement strategies for major gift solicitation and donor relationship management to meet short and long-term goals of HSHV. This position requires an independent, innovative self-starter who can communicate and build relationships with ease.

This position requires 3-5 years of progressive fund raising experience including successful involvement in the cultivation of major gifts and proven ability to advance current major gift programs. A successful candidate will be someone with strong interpersonal, analytical and time-management skills. This person must be able to effectively write, speak and collaborate with others, in addition to juggling multiple detail-oriented projects simultaneously while working in a fun, fast paced environment.

The position requires someone who has demonstrated ability to meet financial goals, to think strategically and creatively, and the aptitude to persuade others. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and fundraising software. Experience with Raiser’s Edge a preferred. Bachelor's degree and travel within the area required, sense of humor a plus. Local travel required. Must be able to work in an animal-filled environment.

Please email with resume and cover letter.

Full-time. Great benefits. Salary based on experience.

Admin Asst - Finance & Accounting (Lansing)

Posted 5/11/2015 by MNA


Assist in the overall administrative support for all functional areas within the organization. This position assists with planning, development and implementation of daily activities including: finance, accounting, billings, pledge processing, customer service, meetings, board/committee support and special events.

  1. Provides bookkeeping support such as: accounts payable, processing receipts to the pledge receivables into the donor tracking software, assisting with preparing deposits for the bank and processing credit card transactions, and unapplied check processing;
  2. Assists with mailings, billings, data processing of envelopes; scanning and processing of batches for upload; proofing and cleaning data for campaign; oversee campaign secure bag pick-up/drop-off coordination; and other functional needs;
  3. Prepare donor acknowledgements, assisting with bulk mailing process as needed;
  4. Assists with planning and implementation of work activity in vital functional areas such as pledge processing, finance and campaign;
  5. Provides staff support for Committee meetings in terms of planning, scheduling, materials and coordination as well as, minutes for Public Policy, Audit and Finance Committees.
  6. Provides excellent customer service by assisting the general public in all aspects of their interaction with CAUW and ensuring office is set-up for the day including ensuring refreshments and copier supplies are adequate and mail is posted for timely delivery.

Submit resume and cover letter to Jim Eddy at The position will be filled as soon as the best candidate is found.

Financial Opportunity Corps VISTA 2015 (Detroit)

Posted 5/11/2015 by MNA

Financial Opportunity Corps VISTA 2015 (Detroit)

AmeriCorps VISTA members are passionate and committed to their mission to bring individuals and communities out of poverty. Members make a year-long, full-time commitment to serve on a specific project at a nonprofit organization or public agency. They focus their efforts to build the organizational, administrative, and financial capacity of organizations that fight illiteracy, improve health services, foster economic development, and otherwise assist low-income communities.

Accounting Aid Society in Detroit is seeking 1 VISTA member for a one year commitment beginning 06/20/2015.

Member Duties: VISTA will continue to develop a financial coaching program that provides long-term and episodic support to under-resourced communities, increasing financial knowledge and confidence within the community.

VISTA will engage in community outreach and engagement, while maintaining and creating new community organization partnerships in order to recruit program participants.

VISTA will recruit and train traditional, resident and skills based volunteers to serve as financial coaches to low-income individuals and families. VISTA will integrate efforts with local VITA tax preparation and FAFSA completion initiatives. VISTA will support both coaching program management and long-term program sustainability.

Program Benefits: Financial coaching training provided, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health Coverage, Relocation Allowance, Childcare assistance if eligible, Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend, Training, Living Allowance.

Education level: College graduate
Age Requirement: Minimum: 18 Maximum: None
Skills: Program Development, Writing/Editing, Leadership, Public Speaking, Teamwork, Self-Starter.

Apply online at:

For more information about the AmeriCorps VISTA program see:

Raiser's Edge Donor Database Coordinator (Detroit)

Posted 5/8/2015 by MNA

Position Description:

Responsible for the development, utilization, and maintenance of data in accordance with the needs and objectives of Sacred Heart Major Seminary. Responsible for interpreting the database structure for users and for facilitating the efficient operation, usage and maintenance of the database. Position reports to the Director of Institutional Advancement and is responsible for managing and executing the annual fundraising program for Sacred Heart Major Seminary. The coordinator is the lead administrator of Raiser’s Edge donor database, ensuring integrity of the data and developing and maintaining documented business rules, policies and procedures.  The coordinator will coordinate a matrix of communication and solicitation strategies including direct mail, events, e-mail, web, phone, personal solicitation and volunteer engagement, all for the purpose of generating a tradition of sustained increases in annual support for Sacred Heart Major Seminary.

Please visit for a complete job description and list of qualifications.

Michigan Catholic Staff Reporter (Detroit)

Posted 5/8/2015 by MNA

Position Description:

The Michigan Catholic seeks an experienced journalist to fill a full-time staff reporter position. The successful candidate should have at least two years’ experience as a full-time reporter for either a daily or weekly publication. In addition, the candidate will be expected to demonstrate a good working knowledge of and respect for the Catholic Church, including its moral and theological beliefs, structure and practices.

Journalistic skills required include strong writing ability, researching, interviewing skills (including over the phone), photography, social media, networking, an ability to work on tight deadlines and ability to offer compelling story ideas.

The reporter will be required to produce several stories per week, so timeliness and persistence is important. Night and weekend work is often required. Candidate must also be willing and able to travel throughout the Archdiocese of Detroit, which includes Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, Lapeer and St. Clair counties.

Competitive pay and benefits package is offered.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume, professional references and five work samples showing a variety of story types and skills (hard news, human-interest features, trend pieces, etc.; include photography, if available) to or Human Resources, 12 State St., Detroit, MI 48226. Please indicate familiarity level with the Catholic Church in your cover letter.

The Michigan Catholic is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Detroit. It is published every two weeks in print and daily online.

Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officer (COO) (Dearborn)

Posted 5/7/2015 by MNA


ACCESS is seeking a full-time person for the position of Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officer (COO).

ACCESS is dedicated to empowering and enabling individuals, families, and communities to lead informed, productive, culturally sensitive and fulfilling lives.

ACCESS has been serving the community for more than 40 years. Started by a group of volunteers in 1971 out of a storefront in Dearborn's impoverished south end, ACCESS was created to assist the Arab immigrant population adapt to life in the United States.

Today, ACCESS is the largest Arab American human services nonprofit in the United States. With eight locations and more than 100 programs serving metro Detroit, ACCESS offers a wide range of services to a diverse population.

ACCESS continues to honor its Arab American heritage while serving as a nonprofit model of excellence ' an organization dedicated to community-building, focused on service to those in need, an advocate for cultural and social entrepreneurship, and the values of community service, health, education and philanthropy.

To view the entire job posting, please visit: or
Grant Writer (Nationwide - MI & FL)

Posted 5/7/2015 by MNA

The Institute for the Arts and Education, Inc. (IA&E), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization dedicated to enhancing artistry and community enrichment. It achieves this mission by promoting and educating fine arts and crafts among artists and students -- of all age groups and diversity -- and the general public. IA&E enriches lives and strengthens communities by teaching how art work is made which, in turn inspires communities to tap into the power or art.

IA&E is associated with Hot Works™ Fine Art & Fine Craft Shows, which are juried by art professionals with extensive experience and background in art education and art fairs. Hot Works™ focus is quality, not quantity, and currently hosts quality art fairs in West Bloomfield, Michigan; and Estero and Boca Raton, Florida.

We are looking for a grant writer to bring in corporate sponsors for our art fairs and art education programs.

Applicants may reply to

Executive Director (Petoskey)

Posted 5/7/2015 by MNA

Bay View Association of the United Methodist Church (Bay View), Petoskey, MI, is accepting resumes from qualified individuals for the position of Executive Director.

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management and operation of Bay View, including the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and objectives.  Working with the Finance Committee, the Executive Director is responsible for the development of a $4.5 million annual budget and, after approval by the Board, is responsible for the financial management of Bay View. 

While Bay View is a seasonal community with cultural programming, the Executive Director position is a full-time position.  In the off-season, the Executive Director has 10 direct reports, of which 4 are part-time, and a total staff of 12; while during the main season, the Executive Director’s direct reports increases to 12 and total staff to 200.  A crucial responsibility for the Executive Director is to lead and support his/her staff, thus a candidate with superior people skills and a collaborative management style is ideal.

For details about the position and required skills and experience:

For details about Bay View Association and the Little Traverse Bay region:
Events/Hospitality and Volunteer Coordinator (St. Clair Shores)

Posted 5/7/2015 by MNA


Wigs 4 Kids is a local, grassroots nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that provides wigs and support services to Michigan children experiencing hair loss as a result of illness and treatment. Our program is available to children and teens between the ages of 3 through 18 at no cost to them or their families.

The Wigs 4 Kids Events/Hospitality & Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for assisting with event planning, management and helping with the success of third-party fundraisers. Providing tours of the Wigs 4 Kids Wellness Center and managing day-to-day administrative tasks associated with the organization is also required of the position.

Contacting volunteers and managing their projects will be a daily responsibility. The Events/Hospitality and Volunteer Coordinator works directly with Maggie Varney, Founder & CEO of Wigs 4 Kids, along with various members of the Wigs 4 Kids team.

Candidate should be fluent in Microsoft Office 365 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Outlook) Any experience in WordPress to update our Wigs 4 Kids website or knowledge of Adobe programs for flyer creation is preferred, although not required.

Pay range is $10-$15 per hour.

Applicants may submit resumes via

Mental Health / Substance Abuse Therapist (Lansing)

Posted 5/6/2015 by MNA

The mental health/substance abuse therapist will provide clinical service and needed related services for clients who are eligible for and requesting mental health or substance abuse service from the clinic.

  • The mental health therapist will provide psychotherapy and counseling services to families, couples, children and their parents, and adult individuals.
  • Will provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment plan goals and objectives within timeframes set by the policies and procedures of the Counseling Services Program.
  • Will carry a full caseload of clients (23clients seen or 22 clients seen and supervision of one graduate student, 26-30 clients scheduled in a 40 hour week, including some evening hours) Caseload numbers are subject to change by the Program or Clinical Director.
  • Will follow their professional associations Code of Ethics regarding client treatment, confidentiality, standards of care, and professional conduct.


  • Masters degree in Social Work, Psychology or related fields.
  • State of Michigan certification or license or two years post-graduate experience that would qualify employee for State certification/license.
  • Fully licensed LMSW or PhD psychologist, paneled w/PHP.  CAADC certification for addictions/substance abuse counseling also preferred.
  • Two years post-graduate experience providing psychotherapy, mental health or family counseling services to individuals and families
  • Membership in a national professional association which ascribes to a professional code of ethics
  • Good use of spoken and written English

St. Vincent Catholic Charities
ATTN:  Human Resources
2800 West Willow Street
Lansing, MI 48917

RESPOND BY: Open Until Filled


Administrative Associate (Ann Arbor)

Posted 5/6/2015 by MNA


Responsible for general administrative tasks associated with operations of national cancer research support organization. Direct support of the President.

Accountability: Administrative Assistant will report to the President.

About The Hope Foundation: 

  • Responsibilities include:
  • Perform all administrative functions to support the day to day operations of the Foundation and the President. Includes clear and timely correspondence with donors, SWOG staff, and the general public
  • Provide calendaring and schedule support to SWOG Chief Administrative Officer
  • In collaboration with President, provide support to The Hope Foundation Board of Directors.
  • Assist President with the coordination, facilitation, recording and awarding of all Foundation grants/review sessions
  • Lead/Coordinate the Foundation’s inter-office transition to a cloud server (SharePoint and Office 365), by working closely with staff, professional IT consultants and with direct training, research and correspondence of best practices and communications
  • Update and maintain paper and digital filing systems


  • Excellent verbal/written communication.
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Experience in event planning, calendaring or administrative organization is highly sought.
  • Technological skills (PC- based) are absolutely required, with a penchant for conducting independent research, asking informed questions, and communicating tech needs efficiently.
  • The ideal candidate will possess a desire to be trained in modern collaborative tools and technologies.
  • Knowledge of cloud environments, SharePoint or similar systems would be preferred.

We are looking for someone that has creative energy to articulate the mission and goals of The Hope Foundation. We are a fun and flexible office environment that holds professionalism and a committed work ethic in the highest regard.

Send resume and detailed cover letter to

by May 18th, 12pET


Corporate Work Study Coordinator (Detroit)

Posted 5/6/2015 by MNA

Areas of Responsibility:

  • Develop, support, and implement Training Programs associated with Microsoft Office Applications and other key skill sets
  • Serve as the primary contact for assigned portfolio of job partners and students; this includes monitoring the status of the student performance by making regular phone calls, e-mailing, and making Partner office visits, as well as updating databases, responding to evaluations, and providing student mentoring/coaching to ensure that the student is successfully satisfying all job requirements of the Partner
  • Provide regular and timely updates on all issues regarding assigned sponsors and students to the Director 
  • Serve as the point person for coordination and execution of the “Missed Work Days” policy and process.   Work with students, partners, and parents regarding make-up days and holiday work-days, overseeing the coordination of the make-up, collection of forms and the recording of data associated with these days.  Keep all internal stakeholders up to date with the progress to ensure appropriate actions are taken when missed days are not made up (detention assigned, ineligibility for activities noted, etc.)
  • Coordinate and/or assist with other Partner-related activities such as Partner luncheons, appreciation events, etc.


  • Bachelor degree from an accredited College/ University – preferably in Business or Human Resources (Training)
  • Management and Sales background - experience managing client relationships,preparing regular reports
  • Experience with Microsoft  (Word and Excel is a must)
  • The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and people skills with an emphasis on working with High School students

Interested applicants may apply at

Children’s Services Administrative Assistant-Lighthouse PATH Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA


Lighthouse PATH is an empowerment program which offers transitional housing for up to 65 homeless woman and their children. At PATH, formerly homeless families live in a safe, nurturing environment for two years. During that time they are provided with quality empowerment programs and life skills training which is essential for them to begin to rebuild and transform their lives from poverty to self-sufficiency. 

  • Responsible for general administrative duties as assigned by the Director of Children Services.
  • General typing, computer data entry, maintain office files and records, assist with phone coverage.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office and Internet.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Child Development and Business Administration majors are welcomed to apply. 

For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email

Child Care Teaching Assistant –Lighthouse PATH Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA

Lighthouse PATH is an empowerment program which offers transitional housing for up to 65 homeless woman and their children. At PATH, formerly homeless families live in a safe, nurturing environment for two years. During that time they are provided with quality empowerment programs and life skills training which is essential for them to begin to rebuild and transform their lives from poverty to self-sufficiency.

Child Care Teaching Assistant –Lighthouse PATH (Unpaid) -Responsible for the care given to children in our licensed center.

  • Responsible for holding and rocking babies, singing songs with group, playing games, reading stories, assisting with craft projects, and socializing with children.
  • Assist in planning, supervision and implementing the child care programs.
  • Assist in carrying out the child care curriculum which may include but not limited to: Lesson plans, arts & crafts, singing and reading, assessment testing, cleaning, preparing lunch and assisting with homework.
  • Ability to work with children 0-5 years of age.
  • Child Development majors are welcomed to apply.
For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email
Program Administrative Assistant-Lighthouse PATH Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA


Lighthouse PATH is an empowerment program which offers transitional housing for up to 65 homeless woman and their children. At PATH, formerly homeless families live in a safe, nurturing environment for two years. During that time they are provided with quality empowerment programs and life skills training which is essential for them to begin to rebuild and transform their lives from poverty to self-sufficiency.

Program Administrative Assistant-Lighthouse PATH (Unpaid) -Responsible for general administrative duties as assigned by Administrative Coordinator.

  • General typing, computer data entry, maintain office files and records, assist with phone coverage.
  • Greet guests and clients, handling inquiries and incoming work orders.
  • Assist in receiving donations, completing donations forms, typing documents and correspondence.
  • Preparing and sending outgoing mail and packages.
  • Interfacing with clients and guests of different backgrounds.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office, email and internet, ability to type 45 WPM.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Business Administration majors are welcomed to apply.
For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email
Family Case Manager-Lighthouse PATH Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA

Lighthouse PATH is an empowerment program which offers transitional housing for up to 65 homeless woman and their children. At PATH, formerly homeless families live in a safe, nurturing environment for two years. During that time they are provided with quality empowerment programs and life skills training which is essential for them to begin to rebuild and transform their lives from poverty to self-sufficiency.

Family Case Manager-Lighthouse PATH (Unpaid) -Interact with clients, place phone calls, perform inquiry logs assessments, audits and shadow Family Advocate.

  • Perform 1-on-1 sessions, conduct observations, complete in-group settings, transport clients, interview clients for program eligibility and perform research.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with people of different backgrounds, empathic, high level of confidentiality, high level of self-awareness.
  • Other duties as assigned. Assignment depends on level of experience.
  • Human Services, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology and Counseling majors are welcomed to apply.
For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email
Crisis Resolution Case Worker-Lighthouse Emergency Services Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA

Lighthouse Emergency Services (LES) serves families and individuals in need by providing emergency assistance and promoting self-sufficiency. LES uses trained and dedicated volunteers to sit down with each family and determine how we can help resolve the immediate crisis. It may be emergency food, help to prevent eviction or utility disconnection, help with a medical need, or some other need that has created a crisis for the family.

Crisis Resolution Case Worker-Lighthouse Emergency Services (Unpaid) -Interns will help to alleviate the initial crisis that has brought individuals and families into the agency for assistance.

  • Verify needed documentation, sign client in for services, assist clients with navigating and bridging resources.
  • Interns will complete an assessment with each client to determine how we can assist clients with becoming more self sufficient.
  • Assess the root cause of clients’ crisis.
  • Assist client to build a workable plan for moving forward into self-sufficiency.
  • Follow up with client as needed.
  • Assist clients with navigating and bridging resources.
  • All Human Services, Sociology, Psychology, Social Work, Counseling majors are welcomed to apply.
  • Other duties as assigned.
For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email
Employment Specialist-Center for Working Families Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA

The Center for Working Families (CWF) helps families build self-sufficiency, stabilize their finances, and move ahead. CWF provides three components as a bundled package, giving its clients access to a full range of services and receiving one-on-one assistance any unique barriers to their financial well-being. The bundled services include: workforce development, financial education/asset building, and income supports/access to benefits.

Position Available:

Employment Specialist-Center for Working Families (Unpaid) -Basic knowledge of computers and certain software which help create resumes.

  • Good communication skills to interact with clients. Good typing and proofreading skills.
  • Responsible for choosing an attractive and impressive resume layout and design to make an impression on the employer.
  • Counsel the candidate on tips for updating their resume.
  • Choosing the right type of resume format for every candidate as a resume must be tailored to the specific needs of each employer.
  • Keeping track of the job industry and its requirements, research labor and job trends.
  • Promote Center for Working Families, follow-up with employers thorough the retention process -Other duties as assigned.
  • All Human Resources and Business Administration majors are welcomed to apply.
For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email
Senior Center Director (Albion)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA


Small, dynamic nonprofit serving older adults in eastern Calhoun County, Michigan seeks energetic leader to oversee programs, finances, community relations and fund-development. We want an individual with passion for working with older adults and the vision to join us in developing our resources for a diverse, engaged membership of people aged 60 and above. Candidates should have nonprofit management experience, financial competence, strong communication skills, comfort in working with volunteers, flexibility, good sense of humor.  Full-time position reports to local board and works closely with Calhoun County Senior Services and Region 3B Area Agency on Aging. Submit cover letter and resume to: Executive Director Search, Forks Senior Center, 101 N. Albion St., Albion, MI 49224 or

Graphic Design-Lighthouse of Oakland County Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA

Graphic Design-Lighthouse of Oakland County Internship (Unpaid) -Conduct an analysis of the current Lighthouse website -Provide graphic design support to Lighthouse of Oakland County. Preferred candidates must have previous experience using graphic design and website software (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, WordPress and/or other common design and layout applications).

  • Design clear engaging graphic communications for web. This will include logos, direct mail pieces, branded promotional items, web site and social media graphics, posters, flyers, and other marketing materials as needed.
  • Work closely with the Donor Relations /Database Administrator and other staff to translate their messaging concepts into marketing materials.
  • All candidates in art and design, business, communications, English, or area of fine arts majors are welcomed to apply.
  • Candidates must provide design samples and links at interview.
For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email
Public Relations/Communications Internship - Unpaid (Pontiac)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA


Public Relations/Communications (Unpaid) -Develop strategies around technological promotions -Develop media kits, press kits, press releases, proclamations -Develop Public Relations and Communications Plan -All candidates in Public Relations, Journalism, Communications majors are welcomed to apply.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organization and attention to detail.
  • A proactive self-starter eager to learn and grow as part of a team with a dedication to quality control.
  • Ability to succeed in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
  • Enthusiasm and solid interpersonal communication skills.
  • A strong understanding of Web and social media tools; candidate should be able to leverage tools such as search (Google, etc.) -Intermediate proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint

For more information, please contact Marnese Jackson (248) 425-1241 or email

Finance and Operations Assistant (Ypsilanti)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA

This 20-hour/week position

Providing general office support, including greeting visitors, answering telephones, sorting and distributing mail, file and record management, ordering and managing office supplies, coordinating logistics for in-office meetings (e.g., catering orders, material prep, set-up, and tear-down), and performing other administrative tasks, scheduling meetings. Record accounts payable, accounts receivable, and other financial transactions using financial software in accordance with organizational policies and procedures. Prepare and review expense reports for accuracy, completeness, and compliance. Complete monthly reconciliations, troubleshooting facilityand IT-related issues by consistently tracking helpdesk tickets as they are sent to the local IT provider Provide other assistance and work on special projects, as needed.

The successful applicant will have an associate’s in accounting, business or related field or education and experience, an interest in the field of youth development, especially out-of-school time (OST). The ideal candidate will have prior office experience, general accounting and bookkeeping, good computer skills, phone, and writing skills, and a professional demeanor. A proactive nature, intellectual curiosity, creativity, reliability, flexibility, discretion, punctuality, thoroughness, accuracy and a commitment to the Weikart Center's mission are critical. 


Send a cover letter, résumé, and salary history to: Kynisha Johnson, Business and Operations Manager, at the David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality, 301 W. Michigan Ave, Ste 200, Ypsilanti, MI 48197. Application materials may also be emailed to All applications are due by 5pm ET on May 29, 2015.
Development Officer of The Whiting (Flint)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA


The Development Officer, with the Executive Director, is responsible for cultivating and securing charitable gifts and sponsorships in support of The Whiting.  The Development Officer’s fundraising efforts will enhance programmatic and operational development for The Whiting and support the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors and sponsors.  The Development Officer will embrace and effectively articulate the organization’s mission and vision. 

This person will display strong verbal, written, and organizational skills; demonstrate self-motivation and creativity; be detail-oriented; and have the ability to work with a diverse group of people. The ideal candidate must have the ability to match the needs of the organization with the donors/sponsors motivation for giving.

For additional information including full posting, visit  To apply, email cover letter, resume, and references to
Evaluator (Detroit)

Posted 5/4/2015 by MNA


The Evaluator’s role is to develop, implement, analyze, and report evaluation studies designed to assess audience attitudes, behaviors, interests, knowledge, and skills. The Evaluator is expected to contribute most significantly to the Department’s goal of providing efficient and useful answers to staff questions about audience attitudes, behaviors, knowledge, motivation, and skills.

To view a complete job description and to apply, please visit

The Detroit Institute of Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer
First Responder - Full-time Midnights (Wayne County)

Posted 5/4/2015 by MNA

Full-time First Responder (Midnights)

First Step: Western Wayne County Project on Domestic and Sexual Violence Great opportunity to make a difference!  Good position for those with social work, women's studies, psychology, mental health, health/caregiver backgrounds!

Looking for one full-time person to provide crisis intervention and support for residential (shelter) clients, callers on the 24-hour help-line and also provide on-call/in-person assault response advocacy to survivors at area hospitals and police departments and other safe locations. Comprehensive training and supervision provided.

Full-time position: Weekday Midnights (12a-8a Mon.-Fri.)

Starting at $12/hour. Opportunities for advancement.  Option for health, dental, optical insurance after 90 days.  Life insurance and long-term disability insurance after 120 days. Employer contribution to 401k starting first day of employment. Accrued sick and vacation time. Holidays off with pay.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work/ human services, or equivalent work experience.  Experience in crisis counseling, domestic violence and sexual assault.  Demonstrated initiative, high professional standards, and excellent organizational skills.  Strong oral and written communication skills.  Ability to work independently and with supervision.  Demonstrated experience working effectively with people from diverse racial, economic and cultural backgrounds.  Caring, empathetic, client-centered approach.    Valid MI driver’s license/reliable transportation/current auto insurance.  Ability to travel between Wayne County sites.  Have and maintain excellent driving record, current proof of insurance.  Pass and maintain background checks (criminal, sex offender, and child abuse).  Ability to lift 30 pounds on occasion.  Bilingual a plus. EOE.

Send resume and cover letter to Desiree Herrick: No phone calls please.

Communications Officer (Flint)

Posted 5/1/2015 by MNA

Reporting to the Vice President — Communications in the Flint office, the Communications Officer will develop and implement communications strategies to advance the goals of the Foundation and its grantees, with particular focus on Mott’s Environment Program.

Responsibilities include:

  • Identify strategic communications opportunities in concert with the Environment Program team.
  • Lead planning, implementation, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of communications activities.
  • Assist the Foundation in monitoring and, when appropriate, responding to issues of potential public, government, and media interest and impact.
  • Assist the Foundation’s grantees, when appropriate, in communicating about Mott-funded programs and initiatives.
  • Lead development of compelling content in various formats for multiple audiences and uses, including the Foundation’s website and social media.
  • Assist in development of materials presented to external and internal audiences, including the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
  • Coordinate and oversee the work of freelance writers, videographers and other vendors working on the Foundation's communications projects.
  • Collaborate on cross-cutting, team-specific and Foundation-wide projects led by the Communications Department, such as a redesign of the Foundation’s website and development and production of the annual report.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree is required — master’s preferred — in communications, marketing, public relations, journalism or related field.
  • Minimum 10 years experience in communications, with experience in philanthropic and/or social-change communications preferred.
  • Strong preference given to candidates with prior experience in environmental communications.

Please visit for the complete job posting and details on how to apply.
Government Relations & Grants Coordinator (Detroit)

Posted 5/1/2015 by MNA

The person in this position will also assist the Government Relations Director in the outreach and communications responsibilities that help support productive relationships with elected and appointed officials.  Similarly, s/he will assist with the research and preparation necessary to identify and capitalize on emerging opportunities that occur in the dynamic environment of government relations.


  • Staying current with public policy initiatives at the federal, state and local level that impact The Greening’s work and political considerations that influence the environment in which that work occurs
  • Researching grant funding programs thoroughly enough to recognize if an opportunity exists and being able to describe, in summary form, the nature of the opportunity to Greening colleagues
  • Organizing and writing grant proposals
  • Monitoring the implementation and progress of funded proposals to assure compliance with the established objectives
  • Additional writing, community engagement, public speaking, and meeting attendance to advance The Greening’s public affairs goals and to stay abreast of issues affecting The Greening


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Direct familiarity with the legislative process and political campaign experience also a plus
  • Experience working with governmental administrative and/or regulatory agencies
  • Knowledge of environmental issues
  • Affinity for Detroit’s urban community


  • Superlative writing ability
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically and  work collaboratively with people of diverse backgrounds
TO APPLY:  Send a cover letter and resume by May 15, 2015 to Eric Candela at
Fiscal Officer (East Lansing)

Posted 5/1/2015 by MNA


Fiscal Officer
College of Communication Arts & Sciences Michigan State University

The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University seeks applicants for a Fiscal Officer position with three to five years of related experience in accounting and/or financial analysis in a high-energy, fast-paced environment.  The successful candidate will be a resourceful self-starter with a positive attitude, a desire to exceed expectations and have a combination of experience with financial reporting and analysis, budget development, human resources and supervision.

For job requirements and additional information, please refer to Posting #1221 and complete an online application at the Michigan State University Employment Opportunities website  Application deadline is May 17, 2015.

MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities. MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

Program Officer (Greater Detroit)

Posted 5/1/2015 by MNA


The Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation is looking to add a Program Officer to continue to broaden their tremendous commitment to restore the Great Lakes Basin.  A minimum of five years’ experience in a grant making organization or related non-profit professional experience is required, as well as proven expertise in Great Lakes issues.  To apply for this position and to view the complete job description, please go to

Development Director (Detroit)

Posted 5/1/2015 by MNA

Thirty-year old, expanding nonprofit ($1.2 million in revenue) in the city of Detroit searching for its next Development Director.

Applicants should have direct experience planning, implementing, and evaluating fund development plans.  The Development Director will work closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors in securing large corporate, individual, and foundation gifts.  Only applicants who have detailed development experience within either the education, medical, or nonprofit sector will be considered. 

This position requires a proven track record of fundraising success and the ability to create and follow through with fundraising ideas.  The Development Director must communicate effectively and work with diverse groups of people. 

Base Salary Range: $52,000-$60,000. 

Position includes full benefits and incentive-compensation bonuses based on achievement of mutually agreed-upon, pre-existing fundraising goals.

A complete job description can be found here:

Please submit resume, salary guidelines, and cover letter to:
Director of Communications (Lansing)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA


The Michigan League for Public Policy, a Lansing-based research and advocacy organization, is seeking a Director of Communications to coordinate all aspects of its communication work. The League’s mission is to promote economic security and well-being for all people in Michigan through the policymaking process.

Responsibilities include working with the CEO and staff to develop communication strategies to help the League make progress on its policy agenda, working with media to promote the League’s work, overseeing publications, managing  website, coordinating social media, and developing messaging around key policy issues.

The ideal candidate will have experience in advocacy communications, and familiarity with, or eagerness to learn quickly, the public policy landscape in Michigan. They will have experience working with reporters, editors and bloggers, and an understanding of deadlines and the needs of broadcast, print and online reporting. They will be skilled in writing and editing for different audiences including news releases, op-eds, blogs, PowerPoints and web copy. Capable of overseeing or creating a wide range of graphic and online products.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, five years related experience and deep commitment to the League’s mission. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team. Must be a self-starter, able to work independently, and coordinate multiple projects at a time.

The League is dedicated to equal employment opportunity and diversity in the workplace.

To apply, please send salary requirements, cover letter, resume and a writing sample to: Resumes accepted until June 1, 2015.
Communications Manager (Grand Rapids)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA

E-mail: Subject Line:  Communications Manager
Mail: Lori Tennenhouse Girls Choral Academy 2920 Fuller Ave NE Ste. 104 Grand Rapids, MI 49505

General Summary

Part-time opening available for highly motivated self-starter to work with parents, children and donors in an arts management setting.  Must have excellent communications skills and demonstrate top notch writing skills.  Excellent job opportunity for the right person.  Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Essential Functions include (but are not limited to):

Choir management:

  • Organize choir events and logistics
  • Manage uniform procurement and planning
  • Assist with student recruitment
  • Organize Fall Camp with staff

Communication Management:

  • Maintain season calendar and welcome packet
  • Maintain communications with choirs, families, and donors.
  • Write grant proposals for funding as needed
  • Create and distribute “Our Voice” e-Newsletter to donors and families bi-monthly
  • Manage social media
  • Engage donors in choir events
  • Participate in staff meetings/planning meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: (Preferred prior exposure to fund-raising processes and event management)

  • Bachelors degree
  • Experience working with both adults and children
  • Strong verbal and writing skills
  • Previous non-profit or fundraising experience
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and  Facebook
  • Experience grant-writing 
Part-time Bookkeeper (Detroit)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA

Friends School in Detroit is seeking a part-time bookkeeper (5-10 hours per week) to input and reconcile financial transactions in QuickBooks.  The school is in Lafayette Park, just East of Downtown Detroit, at 1100 St. Aubin Street.

For more information, please reply to

Director of Policy, Research and Practice (Royal Oak)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA

The Director of Policy, Research and Practice is a key member of ETM’s leadership and management team.  This leader directs the policy and research team, and also works closely with and will manage ETM’s new Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, a new team focused on working with educators and schools to raise teaching and learning in high-poverty schools in West Michigan. 

Please follow this link to learn more:
Performance Measurement Manager - ETO (Detroit)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA

The Performance Measurement Manager will lead CHM’s initiatives to collect and analyze performance data in an effort to continually improve outcomes for the youth we serve.  The Manager will work closely with organizational leadership to create and manage a system for high-quality data collection and strategic analysis, creating meaningful and inclusive processes for measuring program effectiveness and progress toward performance outcomes. 

  1. Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, computer analyst or related field required.
  2. 3 years experience in performance management or data analysis preferred.
  3. Experience with ETO software along with ETO Administration certification preferred.
  4. Knowledge of database systems and general data entry procedures.
  5. Proficient in use of data and qualitative and quantitative analysis

To apply: Email resume and salary requirements to: or fax to: 313-463-2222.
No phone calls please. 

To see full job posting go to:
Communications Manager (Detroit)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA

 Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) is the fiduciary and human resources coordinator for Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN).  WIN is a partnership of 9 community colleges and 7 Michigan Works! Agencies in Southeast Michigan.  Its mission is to help employers find the talent they need for success, supporting regional economic development by directly addressing regional skills gaps.  This is done through careful data analysis and development of innovative solutions organized largely around regional cluster strategies.

SEMCA is conducting a search for a Communications Manager who will work closely with the WIN team and WIN partner organizations' communications staff as the lead individual on a variety of strategic initiatives.   

$50,000-60,000 annual salary with competitive benefit package including medical, dental, and optical insurance, paid holidays and paid time off.

Application Process:
For further details, including formal job description, required qualifications, and information on how to apply, visit SEMCA’s website at

Federal Contractor
Equal Opportunity Employer & Programs Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans
Reasonable accommodations will be made upon request.

Communications Officer (Flint)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA

Reporting to the Vice President — Communications in the Flint office, the Communications Officer will develop and implement communications strategies to advance the goals of the Foundation and its grantees, with a particular focus on Mott’s Environment Program.

Visit for the job position and how to apply.

Child Care Program Director (Jackson)

Posted 4/28/2015 by MNA

We are a Felician-Sponsored Ministry,Child Care Center which also includes a Montessori classroom.

The Director plans, organizes, implements, coordinates, and controls services of the child care and Montessori program, exercising judgment and decision-making reflective of the Felician Sisters’ Core Values for Ministry (Respect for Human Dignity, Compassion, Justice & Peace, Solidarity with the Poor, and Transformation). Under supervision, the Director operates the center in accordance with the State of Michigan Child Care Licensing Rules. Responsibilities include management of the center’s infant, toddler, and preschool programs, as well as its facilitation of and planning and coordinating of the children’s educational programs and activities.


  • Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree  preferred) with a major in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, or related field.
  • Montessori certification and experience teaching in a Montessori classroom -  beneficial
  • Two to four years of professional teaching experience with infants, toddlers and/or preschoolers
  • Minimum of two years of supervisory experience, including classroom leadership responsibility or professional administration experience in a child care center
  • Experience in planning, developing, or managing the startup phase of a new school, child care center or child development program - beneficial
  • Experience working in an inclusive work environment and managing across differences
  • Comply with and understand all qualifications required by the State of Michigan child care licensing rules

Salary commensurate with experience / Full-time position eligible for benefits

Send cover letter and resume to  (no phone calls please)
Executive Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 4/28/2015 by MNA

Invest Detroit is seeking a senior–level Executive Assistant to provide staff and organizational support.  The Executive Assistant will have the ability to exercise good judgement in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills.  The Executive Assistant will have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and be able to maintain a balance among multiple priorities. The Executive Assistant will serve in a mission-driven environment and must be results-driven.

Roles and Responsibilities Include:

  • Assist in coordinating outreach plans, meetings, agendas and travel for staff
  • Bookkeeping, filing and board/committee material and meeting support
  • Written communications; drafting, editing and proof-reading of written communications
  • Provide support for day to day operations: ordering supplies, vendor identification and communication, review of invoices and submission of invoices for payment, assembly and binding of presentation materials
  • Other office duties as presented


  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Expert-level written and verbal communication skills
  • Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be very effective independently
  • Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands, and demonstrate the highest level of customer/client service and response
Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to
Chief Talent Officer (Detroit)

Posted 4/28/2015 by MNA

Apparatus Solutions, Inc. (Apparatus) is a team of dedicated Finance and HR professionals whose goal is to bring exceptional services and value to nonprofit and social impact organizations.

Apparatus is currently looking to add a key leadership position to its team.

Expectations for the Chief Talent Officer include:

  • Strategic leader for Apparatus, working with the leadership team in developing vision, work plan and goals.
  • Lead Apparatus and our Clients effort to recruit top talent
    • Build out entire program including offering/cost structure
    • Invest time in the community to build relationships with organizations and candidates in our sector
    • Build database of talent/organizational needs
  • Lead liaison, working with our PEO partner, on delivering payroll and benefit services for Apparatus and clients, as well as promote services to prospective clients.
  • Build and implement a defined program to onboard new team members, perform reviews, succession/career planning, organizing team events/outings and personnel issues that require professional guidance.
  • Assist Apparatus in marketing/outreach to the community, including potential clients, team members and civic leaders.
  • Manage/Lead administrative team
  • Additional demonstrated leadership that comes from being a key member of an entrepreneurial company that is on the fast track for growth.
A minimum of 7 years recruiting and HR leadership experience is required.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to
Executive Director for the Humane Society of Genesee County (Burton)

Posted 4/28/2015 by MNA

The role of the Executive Director is to plan, organize and direct all programs of the Humane Society of Genesee County (HSGC) under the direction of, and in conformity with the policies of the HSGC Board of Directors. A Bachelor’s degree is highly preferred.  The applicant must have at least 3 years of management experience (preferably with a non-profit agency).  Preference will be given to applicants with: Knowledge of humane shelter issues, HSUS standards, state and federal laws that affect the care, adoption and treatment of shelter animals, government structure and processes, and the various State and Federal agencies that have jurisdiction over areas of animal welfare and environmental concern; Capital campaign experience; Grant writing experience; and Success in non-profit development. If you would like the complete job description, please submit your request by email to

Please submit resume via email to
Executive Director (Detroit)

Posted 4/16/2015 by MNA


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

Assistant Director for Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance (Lansing)

Posted 4/6/2015 by MNA


Michigan Fitness Foundation seeks a talented Assistant Director for its trail program, Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance.  Oversight of the Michigander Bicycle Tour and other indoor and outdoor trail-related events require an excellent event coordinator.  Excellent writing, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills a must.  Membership and fundraising logistics experience and trails knowledge and enthusiasm a plus.  Full benefit package offered.  Salary commensurate with education and experience. Submit cover letter and resume by Monday, April 20, 2015 to

Looking to Post a Position?

Posted 10/1/2010 by MNA

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center is a leading resource for nonprofit job opportunities in Michigan. We accept advertising for available jobs, positions desired including independent contract work, ads for office space and/or equipment for sale or lease and for-profits who look out for the interest of nonprofits.To place an ad, visit
Metro Detroit Office
28 W. Adams, Suite 1500
Detroit, MI 48226
Lansing Office
330 Marshall St, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48912