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Public Relations and Patron Engagement Associate (Southfield)

Posted 7/22/2014 by MNA

The Public Relations and Patron Engagement Associate serves Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings and its partners, the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival and Eisenhower Dance, as well as other organizations with which DCWS shares staff on a more limited basis. The position plays a lead role in public relations, social media, and marketing, and a supporting role in patron engagement and special events.

Please visit http://detroitchamberwinds.org/
Chief Executive Officer - Big Brothers Big Sisters - Metroplitan Detroit (Detroit)

Posted 7/22/2014 by MNA

 

We are seeking a Chief Executive Officer to provide leadership and strategic direction for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit (BBBS-MD). In this position you will partner with the National Office to ensure adherence to policies and the brand and report to the BBBS-MD Board.

The CEO will direct all agency activities, including fund-raising, establish and implement operating procedures, prepare budgets and administers funds as approved by Board. You will supervise four direct reports and a professional and clerical staff. The CEO also oversees budgeting, program management and service delivery, and will represent the agency at national and regional meetings of BBBS, and other professional groups as needed. Additionally, the CEO will work with BBBS of America in coordinating all phases of the agency’s program in keeping with the standards of the National Organization.

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree, Masters Degree preferred. Ten years’ experience in a non-profit leadership role along with a passion to help children in need. Well-networked with Metropolitan Detroit business, government and civic leaders

Required Skills include brand management, relationship building, solid management skills and techniques, and the ability to lead and direct staff and various volunteer components. A solid knowledge of financial principles and experience in budgeting and budget management is needed, and the ability to communicate on all levels in the agency, the community and professional organizations.

Please send cover letter and resume in confidence to Mark Albrecht, Board Governance Chair @ malbrecht@orlans.com

Director of Grants Management (Southfield)

Posted 7/22/2014 by MNA

Please visit www.pvm.org to apply, complete application, and assessment that follows application.

The Director of Grants Management will be a member of the development team. The primary responsibility will be to develop and cultivate a portfolio of prospects by developing relationships with foundations, including corporate, private and family foundations. This individual manages and coordinates the grant process, including research, strategy, submission, and reporting (80%). In addition, he or she will also be responsible for managing the internal PVM Foundation Grant Allocation Committee and manage and facilitate the process of awarding funds from the PVM Foundation to the various PVM Villages and programs (20%).

Education: Bachelor's degree in communication, business administration or related field.

Experience: Three to five progressive years of experience in Philanthropy preferred, and demonstrated success in implementing and managing fundraising from grants/foundations.

Computer Skills

  • Must be able to operate a computer and intermediate knowledge of spreadsheet, word processing, presentation and email software.
  • Strong knowledge of Raiser’s Edge & Financial Edge software.
  • Strong knowledge of online foundation research databases.
  • Knowledge of prospect management system and web fundraising preferred.

Certificates & Licenses

  • Certified Fund Raising Executive certification preferred
  • Valid Driver’s License
Data Base Manager - Raisers Edge (Monroe)

Posted 7/22/2014 by MNA

The Data Base Manager develops and manages computerized information systems in Raisers Edge and is responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of all prospect and donor records. The Data Base Manager performs data entry, coordinates data entry by others, provides support to Development staff and supervises the office volunteers.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and manage computerized information systems, including, but not limited to, establishing criteria and procedural manuals for consistent and accurate prospect and donor coding and information retrieval.
  • Establish and maintain prospect and donor records and mailing lists. Create and manage on-going mailing lists for cross department projects.
  • Oversee daily gift transactions including, but not limited to, gift recording; serving as liaison with the Financial Office to ensure donor restrictions and appropriate accounts are credited.
  • Develop criteria and documentation procedures and produce a variety of daily, monthly and annual financial reports, providing accurate and meaningful statistical data for departments use.

Qualifications:

  • College degree preferred.
  • Demonstrated success in data base management and use. Proficiency in Raisers Edge required.
  • Knowledge of/experience with Microsoft Office suite.
  • Ability to learn, understand and support the IHM mission and values.
  • Demonstrated high level of attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
  • Demonstrated ability to function independently, with flexibility and personal integrity.

Interested individuals may send application documents to humanresources@ihmsisters.org.

Grant Specialist - Part-time (Rochester Hills)

Posted 7/21/2014 by MNA

With direction from the Director of Foundation Giving, this position is responsible for assisting with coordination of activities related to an active portfolio of foundation gifts.

  • Works with the Director of Foundation Giving to conduct ongoing prospect research to evaluate new grant opportunities.
  • With supervision from the Director of Foundation Giving, conducts the full range of activities required to prepare and submit grant proposals to potential funding sources for grants of $5,000 or less.
  • Assists in routine evaluation of the existing portfolio for expanding engagement and endowment potential.
  • Works to gather information necessary to report to funders on post-award activities, acknowledgement letters, and prepares communications.
  • Ensures the portfolio in Raiser’s Edge database and in paper files is accurate and current.
  • Complies with grant reporting required by funders, assisting the Director of Foundation Giving with troubleshooting deadlines, reconciliation, contracts, or supplemental documentation.

Must possess an Associates Degree in Technical or Grant Writing, or be in pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree in related field. 1 + years of prior work with grants, outside sales/communications, or working for a grant maker are preferred.

Leader Dogs for the Blind will accept resumes from candidates wishing to work either in the international office in Rochester Hills, Michigan, or provide adequate documentation of their capacity to work effectively and efficiently from a remote location elsewhere in the United States. Please apply by sending cover letter and resume (pdf versions only – others will be discarded) to humanresources@leaderdog.org.

Program Associate (Detroit)

Posted 7/21/2014 by MNA

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is hiring for a Program Associate--New Economy Initiative, to assist in research, grant reviews, grant monitoring and assessment activities, and assistance with program development activities. This is a two-year position. Responsibilities: Assist in development of grantmaking projects, including conceptualizing new programs, writing funding proposals; .Assist grant review function and formal written reviews of grant applications; Monitor grant compliance with IRS regulations and grant terms, review interim reports and monitor financial performance; Manage data tracking and reporting of grantee outcomes and metrics; Administrator NEI Grant Progress Network database; Assist in the planning and coordination of NEI advisory groups and steering committees; Assist in content development of NEI publications and web-based information; Support in the management and logistics of NEI events. Qualifications: Bachelors degree required- advanced degree preferred; 3-5 years professional experience in planning, implementing, budgeting, evaluating and securing funding for programs, and project management; Experience in database and website administration and data analysis skills; Proficient in Microsoft Suite applications and internet research; Superior presentation and communication skills; Demonstrated ability to: Think creatively, critically and analytically; Write clearly, concisely and persuasively; Manage multiple tasks while meeting tight and frequent deadlines; Work collaboratively with and on teams, and with individuals from diverse backgrounds.

E-mail cover letter and resume to Diana Greig (dgreig@cfsem.org). E-mails will be acknowledged. Only applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Supervisor, Adult Behavioral Health (Southgate)

Posted 7/21/2014 by MNA

We have an exciting opportunity for an Adult Behavioral Health Supervisor to join our team of talented professionals.

To qualify for this position, you must have a Master’s degree from an accredited social services program with a full licensure in the State of Michigan. LMSW or Ph.D. preferred. Must have at least 1 year of supervisory experience OR a combination of supervisory and senior clinician experience including oversight of medical record reviews equal to 1-1/2 years with at least six months of that time having been in a direct leadership / supervisory capacity. Specific experience working with case management staffing in a community mental health setting and knowledge of community resources is preferred. Must have a Certified Advanced Addictions Credential or have the ability to be approved for a professional development plan through MCBAP within 30 days of hire. A minimum of three (3) year’s experience treating the substance abuse and mental health population is required. Must have the ability to appropriately handle crisis situations.

The Guidance believes that our team members are our most valuable resources, and we invest in them accordingly. We offer our employees a competitive salary, flexible scheduling opportunities, a team-oriented work environment and much more!

For a complete job description and how to apply, click the link below:
http://tinyurl.com/m8fgwol

The Guidance Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity
Technology Support Analyst - HighwayT

Posted 7/18/2014 by MNA

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Answering / Monitoring support calls, email support requests and logging customer incidents
  • Provide on-site technical support when needed, for Highway T’s clients.
  • Monitoring of existing support tickets and escalation of tickets in various queues
  • Keep Highway T management apprised of critical issues, and customer incidents
  • Communicate / Email out tech alerts to Highway T clients, as necessary
  • Provide end user support in various technical matters
  • Assist in various activities of the Highway T virtual helpdesk
  • Documentation of client hardware inventory into helpdesk management system database
  • Documentation of Highway T tech support policies, procedures, and service level agreements
  • Assist with the administration and maintenance of end user accounts, permissions, and access rights
  • Serve as technical support for MNA.
  • Additional operational activities as assigned

Qualifications:
Education & Experience

  • 2-3 years of help desk/technology support related experience
  • Prior customer service experience and computer lab support experience a plus
  • College (2 year or 4 year degree in a technology or engineering related field)
  • Experience in a office setting
  • Prior small business technology, server/networking support experience a plus

Knowledge & Skills

  • Awareness of PC hardware components; a fundamental understanding of computer networking.
  • Strong critical thinking and troubleshooting skills
  • General knowledge of Microsoft Windows
  • General knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook)
  • Must have strong work ethic, organization skills, professionalism, and the desire to learn • Self starter; Excellent Time Management & Multi-tasking skills
  • Ability to work independently yet know when to raise issues / asks questions to senior team members
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to communicate technical issues to non-technical users
  • Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment
  • Good problem-solving skills

How to apply:
Submit resume and cover letter to Kelley Kuhn, Chief Strategy Officer at kkuhn@mnaonline.org

Full job description available at http://www.mnaonline.org/CMDocs/MNA/Technology Support Analyst Job Description.pdf

Program Assistant, Mentoring to Access Corps AmeriCorps Program (Lansing)

Posted 7/18/2014 by MNA

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Support the dissemination of recruitment materials to potential AmeriCorps members and host sites. 
  • Schedule and contribute to regular conference calls and webinars with site supervisors and AmeriCorps members.
  • Collect information from AmeriCorps members and host sites for mandatory reporting.
  • Coordinate and communicate logistics for AmeriCorps member and site supervisor training events and host site visits.
  • Maintain member files and other documentation.
  • Provide resources and technical assistance to AmeriCorps members and site supervisors.
  • Coordinate member enrollment and exiting.
  • Ensure member timesheets are submitted on time and are in compliance with program policies
  • Assist with regular program communications, including weekly member e-newsletter and social media posts.
  • Contribute to the overall missions of program partners, Mentor Michigan and Michigan Campus Compact, to support mentoring and college access initiatives in Michigan.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • At least 1 year of office or administrative work experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and social media platforms
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
  • Attention to detail
  • Experience working with databases, editing and entering information, pulling reports, etc.
  • Prior experience working with national service programs, mentoring, and/or colleges/universities preferred

This is a grant-funded, part-time position.
How to apply: Submit resume and cover letter to Kelley Kuhn, Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at kkuhn@mnaonline.org.

Full job description available at http://www.mnaonline.org/CMDocs/MNA/MAC Program Assistant Job Description.pdf

MSHO Executive Director (Northern Detroit Area)

Posted 7/18/2014 by MNA

The Michigan Society of Hematology and Oncology (MSHO), a statewide 501(c) 6 non-profit organization that serves as the advocate, education epicenter and collective voice for over 350 physician specialist members in the state, seeks a collaborative leader. This individual will have strong organizational and communication skills to serve as a chief activist for promoting exemplary care for patients with cancer and/or blood disorders in Michigan.

The individual selected will lead a well-managed, financially sound and dynamic organization that is recognized as a national leader. The organization seeks a leader who can grow membership and maintain and develop direct services to assist the industry as they navigate through the variety of changes occurring in the healthcare sector.

The search committee prefers a progressive leader that is able to build collaborations, foster a cooperative work environment, write and speak coherently and effectively, and understand the culture and challenges of Michigan’s health care system.

Bachelor’s Degree required. CAE preferred. Professional travel is required to represent the organization. Position requires knowledge and utilization of the newest technologies.

Information on the organization’s preferred future and the job description is available at

http://www.msae.org/MSHOExecutiveSearch/tabid/5157/Default.aspx

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, salary expectations and resume by August 1 to:
MSAE/Cheryl Ronk, CAE
Attention: MSHO Search Committee
1350 Haslett Road
East Lansing, MI 48823
Fax 517-332-6724
MSHOExecutiveSearch@yahoo.com
Bookkeeper/Administrator (Detroit)

Posted 7/17/2014 by MNA

Assist the Executive Director in managing Midtown Montessori: a unique, well-established, non-profit Montessori child care center located in Midtown, Detroit, for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years old. Prepare and manage budgets and financial reports in a timely manner, coordinating with key staff as required. Help guide financial decisions by establishing, monitoring and enforcing accounting policies and procedures. Manage income and expenses. Assist with fund development including grant research and writing, and corporate donations. Provide administrative support to MM staff, families, and children. Answer office phone, take and retrieve messages, direct calls. Maintain, update and secure confidential children and faculty files per internal and State licensing rules. Manage and maintain student enrollment database. Maintain parent electronic mailing list and assist Executive Director with communications. Requirements: At least 18 years old. Associate degree in accounting or finance with a minimum of two (2) years accounting-related experience required. Computer knowledge and experience required. At least one year experience as office manager or office assistant. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, QuickBooks, EZ Care. Experience working with a diverse group of individuals. Must possess strong organizational skills. Full job description can be found at http://www.midtownmontessori.org/#!jobs. This position is 40 hours a week. To apply: Email a resume, cover letter, and 3 references to info@midtownmontessori.net.
Program Director (Lansing)

Posted 7/17/2014 by MNA

 

Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens. Three branch locations support families throughout the Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Lansing areas and beyond. Each week, peer support group programs help hundreds of children, ages 3-18, learn how to cope and begin to heal after the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member or friend.

Ele’s Place is seeking a full time Program Director for the Lansing, MI branch.

The Program Director develops, implements and oversees programming; supervises staff and volunteers. Provides guidance and information to grieving families and others; oversees support group sessions and ensures consistency and quality of programming. Speaks to community groups and professionals who work with children.

Requirements:

  • Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work or a related human services field including, Sociology, Counseling, or Psychology.
  • Knowledge of grief issues
  • Minimum 5 years departmental management experience
  • Minimum 2 years program coordination experience
  • Experience with support groups for adults and children
  • Experience working with volunteers

Send cover letter & resume to:
Elizabeth Webb,
Director of Operations
Ele’s Place
1145 W. Oakland Avenue
Lansing, MI 48915
Or email this information to: ewebb@elesplace.org

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Foreclosure Intake Specialist - AmeriCorps Position (Statewide)

Posted 7/16/2014 by MNA

 

The Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Corps (MFPC) recruiting 20 AmeriCorps members for service statewide. Members fill a critical gap in services at state and federally certified housing counseling agencies by working with homeowners who are on the verge of or in foreclosure. The member's service is focused around foreclosure prevention and intervention activities including; foreclosure intake and triage, marketing and outreach, education and tracking and mitigating neighborhood impacts of foreclosure. Each member is responsible for recruiting and managing volunteers, participating actively in building the capacity of the host agency and for ensuring that each client they interact with has a better understanding of the foreclosure process. All positions will begin on October 3, 2014.

AmeriCorps members receive a modest living allowance, health benefits, child care benefits (if eligible), extensive training opportunities, federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment and a $5,625 education award upon completion of service. For more information on AmeriCorps, please visit www.AmeriCorps.gov. To find out more about MFPC positions in particular, please visit http://foreclosure.cedam.info/mfpc/members/. The application deadline is September 10, but positions will be filled on a rolling basis.

Financial Analyst (Troy)

Posted 7/16/2014 by MNA

  • Analyze financial information and prepare financial and compliance reports to determine or maintain record of revenue and expenses, grant/contract compliance, or other financial activities within the organization.
  • This is a full-time position requiring expertise in administrative and accounting functions.
  • Responsibilities include coordination of the accounts payable, accounts receivable, and utility/rent billing/invoicing and general ledger accounting, with emphasis on compliance accounting.
  • Responsible for maintaining the integrity of the accounting data which requires preparation and examination of accounting records, financial statements, and other financial reports to assess accuracy, completeness, and conformance to reporting, compliance and procedural standards.
  • Managing budget vs actual expenses for programs/grants and effective communication with program directors to ensure adherence to grant, state and federal guidelines
  • Prepare and maintain timely work paper files and report processing (internal and external) monthly for funding agencies
  • Monitor cash balances and prepare as needed daily transfers within accounts
  • Preparation of quarterly Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA)
  • Research of grants to understand all terms and ensure CHN accounting adherence to contracts
  • Assistance in coordinating the annual audit and lead funding agency audits
  • Ability to review current work process and determine areas for improvement and increased internal controls

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A combination of a degree in accounting/finance (a bachelor’s degree preferred) with minimum 5 years of experience with GAAP for not-for-profits and/or grant accounting
  • Experience with HUD grants is a plus
  • Proficiency in Blackbaud/Financial Edge preferred

To apply for this position please Click Here: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=10079301

Program Director - Tri-Community Coalition (Oak Park)

Posted 7/16/2014 by MNA

 

The Tri-Community Coalition of Berkley, Huntington Woods and Oak Park is hiring! We are a 501©3 non-profit organization that is looking for a Program Director. The position is grant funded for 30 hours per week with the possibility of additional hours as funding allows. The salary range is competitive and includes paid time off and paid holidays. No health benefits are currently offered for this position. The schedule includes weekdays as well as some evenings and weekends. The ideal candidate will have experience working with substance abuse prevention programming, community organizing, working with adult and youth volunteers, supervising paid staff and interns, as well as proficient in grant and budget management. The candidate should be highly organized and be able to interact with a variety of interest and cultural groups. If this sounds like you, please forward a cover letter and resume to: Judy Rubin, Executive Director, Tri-Community Coalition, 14700 W. Lincoln, Oak Park, MI 48237 or by email at jsrtricom@tricommunitycoalition.org No phone calls please. Deadline for applications is Wednesday, July 23,2014. The Tri-Community Coalition is an equal opportunity employer.

Administrative Assistant (East Lansing)

Posted 7/16/2014 by MNA

Administrative Assistant
College of Communication Arts and Sciences Michigan State University

The College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University seeks applicants for an administrative assistant position with experience in spreadsheet, database, presentation software, and office procedures. The ideal candidate will be flexible, creative, a self-starter, a team player, proactive, a quick learner, enthusiastic and an excellent communicator.

For job requirements and additional information, please refer to posting #9805 and complete an online application at the Michigan State University Employment Opportunities website https://jobs.msu.edu. Application deadline is July 31, 2014.

MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer. 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.
emPower Heat and Energy Division Director (Fremont)

Posted 7/15/2014 by MNA

 

TrueNorth Community Services seeks a dynamic experienced leader to manage our 63 county Michigan rural emPower Heat and Energy Division. Responsible to implement a highly effective heat and energy program delivery system designed to ensure client safety during the harsh Michigan winters, reduce energy consumption, provide energy optimization, move clients toward self-sufficiency, and advocate to ensure equitable service for rural areas. Masters degree preferred plus relevant experience required. Interested applicants can submit a resume by August 1, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. to TrueNorth, Attn: Bev Cassidy, PO Box 149, Fremont, MI 49412 or bcassidy@truenorthservices.org. EOE.

Vice President of Human Resources (Grand Rapids)

Posted 7/15/2014 by MNA

The Catholic Charities of West Michigan is looking for a Vice President of Human Resources ($75,000 - $85,000).

The Vice President of Human Resources in responsible for the management of the agency’s entire Human Resources function including staffing & EEOC, performance management processes, agency-wide employee recognition, workers compensation, training & employee development, Human Resource policies, compensation, benefits, safety and health, and employee relations & services.

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Master’s degree preferred.
  • Eight to ten years of experience gained through increasing responsible management positions within Human Resources.

Background in an educational setting, volunteer, social service or health agency preferred.

To Apply Visit: http://hiringsolutionsllc.com/openings/VP_HR_CCWMI

Member Aide (Troy)

Posted 7/15/2014 by MNA

On My Own of Michigan, Inc. is a private nonprofit organization established in 1997 serving adults with mild intellectual developmental disabilities. Our mission is to help our members live independently, maintain employment, build positive social relationships and give back to their community by volunteering. For more organizational information, visit www.onmyownofmi.org.

We are seeking a Member Aide to work 25 to 30 hours per week assisting our members with daily living activities; supervising outings and trips; transporting members to local appointments; etc. The Member Aide must be able to work a flexible schedule including occasional evenings and weekends.

An Associates degree (or nearing completion) in Human Services or a related field is desirable. Direct work experience with developmentally disabled individuals is also desirable and may be substituted for educational experience. Must have clean driving history with proof of insurability. Must be able to operate a multi-passenger vehicle in a safe manner. Must also undergo a pre-employment background check. Starting wage is $10/hour.

To apply, send cover letter, resume with three references to admin@onmyownofmi.org or fax to (248) 688-9107 by July 24, 2014. No phone calls please.

Chief Financial Officer (Pontiac)

Posted 7/14/2014 by MNA

Lighthouse of Oakland County is searching for a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to oversee its finance, budget and accounting operations. Lighthouse is one of the leading nonprofit human service agencies in Southeast Michigan. The Chief Financial Officer reports to the Lighthouse CEO and is supported by a fully engaged Board of Directors. This position will lead in developing the agency’s financial policy and direction while also being an active participant in Lighthouse’s senior management team. The CFO will oversee all financial administration, business planning, and budgeting. The position includes management of the agency’s senior accountant and accounting assistant.
We are seeking candidates that have the following: Bachelor's degree in business, management or finance is required and a MBA degree and/or CPA are strongly preferred. Fifteen or more years of progressively advancing experience with day-to-day financial operations are required. Significant experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting are desired. Excellent people skills, with experience collaborating in a diverse environment and with a dynamic team. Strong, demonstrated administrative, leadership and managerial skills. A hands-on manager with integrity and a desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements no later than July 31, 2014 to:
Connie Williams
Lighthouse of Oakland County
46156 Woodward
Pontiac, MI 48342
cwilliams@lighthouseoakland.org
248-920-6000 ext. 2111
Executive Director, Greater Lansing Housing Coalition (Lansing)

Posted 7/14/2014 by MNA

Non-Profit, Community Development Agency serving the Tri-County area of Ingham, Eaton and Clinton Counties is seeking an experienced leader in residential and commercial community development.

Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in community Development, Planning, Urban Studies or related relevant major and 5 years experience in a leadership role of a Non-Profit Community Housing Development Agency.

For complete job description please visit our website: www.glhc.org
Development Manager (Detroit)

Posted 7/14/2014 by MNA

Playworks is a national nonprofit organization that improves school climate, reduces bullying and increases student engagement in school through play and physical activity. We help transform recess into a safe, fun and inclusive time that gets students active and engaged so they can return to the classroom focused and ready to learn. For more information, please visit www.playworks.org.

Playworks is seeking a Development Manager to plan, coordinate and implement annual fund development plans in order to meet fund development and budgetary goals. This is a full-time exempt position which reports to an Executive Director. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Design, manage and execute the organization’s development activities including developing foundation relationships, corporate sponsorship, and individual donor solicitation activities, including special events and site visits.
Qualifications:
• Minimum of 5 years of development experience preferred • Strong knowledge of effective fundraising strategies including grant seeking, individual donor cultivation, corporate employee volunteer programs and event production • Bachelor's degree in Public Relations, Business, Non-Profit Management, Marketing or related field preferred • Experience with Benevon fundraising model is a plus • Ability to travel in a geographic area and work flexible hours

Compensation:
•Competitive nonprofit salary based on geographic area •Employer-paid health coverage

Applying:
Please send cover letter and resume to jgant@playworks.org

Please no phone calls; Deadline to apply is August 10th
Director of Development (Detroit)

Posted 7/14/2014 by MNA

buildOn's mission is to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, and low expectations through service and education. As Development Director, Detroit you will apply your expertise in development and donor stewardship to strategically execute the Detroit development plan. You will work to build relationships in metro Detroit leading to a strong and strategic mid-level giving program. You will help to create buildOn’s corporate and foundation relationships, therefore growing buildOn’s base and enhancing our reputation.

The Development Director must have marketing and communication strategies that will increase annual revenues through campaign outreach initiatives, event fundraising and 3rd party events. You must possess the ability to articulate buildOn's mission to new and current donors. Reporting to the Vice President of Development, Midwest, you will engage strategic partnerships that will help achieve buildOn's goals. You must be based in metro Detroit and have an established network of connections in the market

Minimum Qualifications

  • BA/BS in a related field, continued education or CFRE preferred
  • 3-5 years of fundraising and/or sales experience closing gifts and building relationships – managing a new or growing program
  • A successful track record in cultivating new relationships with donors and private foundations
  • High-level experience working with fundraising and young professional boards
  • Knowledge of the Detroit philanthropic community and ability to engage new prospects
  • Ability to track all activity in a (CRM) program, specifically Salesforce

To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and salary history to MIjobs@buildon.org. buildOn is an equal opportunity employer. www.buildOn.org

Director of Information Technology (Royal Oak)

Posted 7/14/2014 by MNA

The Director of Information Technology (IT) at Judson Center is expected to drive the integration of information across Judson’s multiple service regions and programs and to provide outstanding service to staff and consumers. Working in collaboration with Program and Business Service leaders, the Director of Information Technology will support the development of highly impactful and cost effective programs serving the needs of children, adults and families within Judson’s four Centers of Excellence. The IT Director must be able to think strategically and execute operationally. To be successful, he/she will need keen project management and interpersonal skills and an ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds to come to solutions that add value for everyone involved. The IT Director will ensure that Judson’s technology department is aligned with its business initiatives and goals, instill a strong sense of customer service within the IT department, and provide strategic vision/a long range IT Master Plan to enable the future growth of Judson Center. For more information about this position and how to apply, please visit our career page at www.judsoncenter.org.
Director of Financial Services - Full time (Ann Arbor)

Posted 7/14/2014 by MNA

The ICC is a student owned and operated housing cooperative. As part of the ICC team, the Director of Financial Services (DFS) is responsible for all aspects of financial management and record-keeping for the ICC. The DFS leads the ICC’s corporate accounting as well as house accounting, including training and oversight of treasurers at the 18 cooperative houses owned and operated by the ICC. The DFS closes both the corporate books (annually) and the house books (biannually). The DFS works with the Board-approved auditor to complete the annual audit.

Job Requirements (partial list)
•Bachelors in Finance or Accounting required; Masters desired •Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles •Two (2) or more years’ experience accounting preferred •A demonstrated commitment to the cooperative movement (strongly desired) and experience with cooperatives or in community living, especially student housing co-ops (preferred) •Strong skills in general ledger software and Excel •Experience in the field of property management preferred •Excellent communication, teaching and problem-solving skills

Pay rate: Salary range from $45,000 to $55,000 – commensurate with experience. Very competitive benefits package including 8% retirement match, a supplemental health expenses allocation, provisions for paid leave, medical/dental insurance with minimal employee contribution (12%), 22 paid vacation days, 9 observed holidays, and 12 paid sick days. Please see full job description at www.icc.coop.

Please submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail to Nick Coquillard, General Manager, at coquill@umich.edu. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Principal/Teacher (Benton Harbor)

Posted 7/11/2014 by MNA

The Benton Harbor Girls Academy is seeking a Teacher / Academy Mistress for grades four through eight. The Academy is a non-graded, individualized learning environment, with a maximum of fifteen girls per classroom. The Academy serves students of Benton Harbor, Michigan, an area challenged economically. The teacher will have the professional skills and empathy to work with middle-school age girls needing a strong, sound, growth-focused learning environment to meet life’s challenges with competence and dignity. In addition to teaching one classroom of girls, the candidate of choice will have the professional skill and experience to also serve as Academy Mistress or Principal. The small school setting and dual responsibility are ideal for a creative, organized, and dedicated educator who wants to make a difference in the lives of girls. Interested individuals please send a resume, including education, experience, and references, to Dr. Patricia Ann Quattrin Ph.D., Executive Director, Benton Harbor Girls Academy, P. O. Box 840, Benton Harbor, MI 49023 or to paquattrin@alumni.nd.edu by 5:00pm on July 31, 2014.
Fund Development/Community Relations/Experience Director - Full Time (Grand Rapids)

Posted 7/11/2014 by MNA

 

Become part of a growing nonprofit organization empowering people with disabilities through interactive experiences, both artistic and cultural, while providing opportunities for personal growth and learning. We need a new team member to plan and execute a comprehensive, mission-driven, advancement program to grow resources and programs. Has the operational responsibility for fundraising, public relations, and relationship building activities and unique events of Artists Creating Together (ACT). Looking for a creative story teller and relationship builder for program outreach.

Please go to www.artistscreatingtogether.org to view the full posting and submission information.
Submit applications with cover letters via email to director@artistscreatingtogether.org by 7/21/14 by 5:00 pm.

HR Director (Chelsea)

Posted 7/11/2014 by MNA

Responsible for administration of personnel policies, recordkeeping and compliance with state and federal laws; scheduling of staff, payroll, and benefits.

Requires bachelors degree and minimum 4yrs experience in HR related activities. Excellent communication skills and ability to maintain effective work relationship with others.

Respond with cover letter, resume and list of professional references to St. Louis Center, HR Position; 16195 Old US 12, Chelsea, MI 48118. Materials may be submitted electronically to barbl@stlouiscenter.org.
Administrative Assistant (Lansing)

Posted 7/10/2014 by MNA

The Michigan Humanities Council has an open position for an Administrative Assistant in Lansing Michigan.

Summary:
The Administrative Assistant reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the management of the physical office, supplies, mail, deliveries, equipment, storage areas and phones. The Administrative Assistant provides orientation to the office environment and office routines for new staff. This position provides administrative support for the Executive Director and other staff. As the Board Liaison, the Administrative Assistant coordinates the logistics and materials for board meetings and board orientation meetings, ensures timely reimbursement of directors’ expenses and provides support for board members. This position is the staff liaison for the Executive Committee and the Board Development Committee, providing support and recording minutes for their meetings.

You can view the full job description and additional details at http://michiganhumanities.org/about/documents/MHCAdminAsstAdvert.pdf

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter outlining specific qualifications for this position, a current resume, and a list of three professional references to:

Karen Rhodes, Grants and IT Manager
Michigan Humanities Council
119 Pere Marquette Drive, Suite 3B
Lansing, MI 48912-1270
Tel: 517-372-7770
Fax: 517-372-0027

Electronic submission is encouraged to krhodes@mihumanities.org. Review of applications will begin on August 1, 2014 and the position will remain open until filled.

Director of Finance (Auburn Hills)

Posted 7/10/2014 by MNA

Director of Finance

New Horizons Rehabilitation Services, an award-winning regional not-for-profit agency serving people with disabilities, is seeking a well-qualified candidate for the Director of Finance. A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business related field and 5 years financial management experience required; Master’s Degree preferred. Responsible for all agency business and financial reporting including budgets, monthly reports, cash flow analysis/management and annual audit preparations. Reports directly to President/CEO.
Forward resume with salary requirements to:

Director of Human Resources
1814 Pond Run
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Fax: 248-724-1446
E-mail jkaszubski@newhorizonsrehab.org
Executive Director (Jackson)

Posted 7/10/2014 by MNA

Job Summary
Seeking applications for Executive Director of the Fitness Council of Jackson, a non-profit organization promoting health through physical activity. Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in related field (Nonprofit Administration, Urban Planning, Public Health, etc.), excellent written and oral communications skills, leadership and fundraising experience in a nonprofit setting, and familiarity with concepts of active living community environments.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage financial resources
  • Raise funds to support organization
  • Recommend and oversee the implementation of the annual work plan
  • Direct publicity and marketing efforts
  • Support Fitness Council Board of Directors
  • Maintain strong community partnerships
  • Human resources management

General Expectations:
Candidate should have excellent oral and written communication skills and competent computer skills. Should be able to manage multiple tasks with flexibility, prioritization, and follow-through. Fundraising and grant writing experience is a plus.

Hiring Process:
Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter describing their experience with active living promotion and policy, nonprofit leadership, and fundraising. Please include at least two references.

Submit application materials by email or mail to info@fitnesscouncil.org, or
Fitness Council of Jackson
225 N. Jackson St.
Jackson, MI 49201

This position is open until filled. Qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Administrative Assistant (Okemos)

Posted 7/9/2014 by MNA

Job Title: Administrative Assistant

Nonprofit organization in Okemos, Michigan is seeking a full time Administrative Assistant. Applicant must demonstrate proficiency in internal and external customer relations, be versatile, adept at multitasking and comfortable in handling multiple interruptions on a continual basis. Grant writing experience preferred. Requirements include proficiency with technology and a high aptitude with computers and computer applications. Excellent written and verbal skills are a must. Please send a resume with a cover letter & salary expectations via email to Sherry@cfsm.org EOE. No phone calls please.

Administrative Assistant for Child and Family Services of Michigan, Inc., State Office

Okemos, Michigan

Applicant must demonstrate proficiency in internal and external customer relations, be versatile, adept at multitasking and comfortable in handling multiple interruptions on a continual basis.
Experience working with nonprofit organizations a plus also a minimum of two years administrative experience and accounting knowledge preferred. Fund development & grant writing experience is highly desired. Requirements include proficiency with technology and a high aptitude with computers and computer applications. Excellent written and verbal skills are a must. Qualified applicants only: Submit cover letter with salary requirements and resume to Sherry@cfsm.org.

Deadline: July 25, 2014

Child and Family Services of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No phone calls please.
Acting Executive Director (Warren)

Posted 7/9/2014 by MNA

Acting Executive Director, Macomb Childrens Healthcare Access Program (MCHAP)
 
A CHAP seeks to improve health outcomes for Medicaid children by working with families, pediatricians, and health systems to increase access to care, improve physician practices, and promote the efficient use of resources.  MCHAP focuses on the lower-income southern tier communities of Macomb County.  The office location is in Warren.
 
MCHAP will contract with an acting director who will work on an hourly basis to
 
- continue the good beginning already made; and
- seek resources needed for future staffing and activities. 
 
Key Responsibilities
 
Grant-writing and fund-raising;
Development of policies and procedures;
Formation and maintenance of relationships with professional groups; Recruiting and cultivating pediatric practices; Recruiting and cultivating health systems; Forming and maintaining relationships with clients and client families; Implementing activities to reduce access and quality gaps and health outcome disparities; Document and report all activities; Be the public voice and public face of MCHAP.
 
Key Qualifications
 
Bachelor's degree required/Master's degree preferred in nursing, public health, public administration, social work, or a related field; At least three years community experience at the upper-management or administrative level; Demonstrated success in grant-writing and fund-raising; Demonstrated success in networking and building community partnerships
 
Interested individuals should send a cover letter expressing their interest in the position, a resume including references, and a writing sample (for example, an example of your grant-writing) to
 
Steven C. Gold, MPH, Director
Macomb County Department of Health & Community Services One South Main, 8th Floor Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
Director of Development (Detroit)

Posted 7/8/2014 by MNA

 

The Director of Development will be responsible for providing leadership for the major giving and donor stewardship and recognition programs. The Director will also serve as the liaison to volunteers associated with fundraising campaigns.

Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with 5-7 years of progressively responsible development experience. Grant writing experience is a prerequisite. PC proficiency, including MS Office Suite and database manipulation required. Donor database software experience is also required. A valid driver’s license and access to a private vehicle for job performance is required.

Job Purpose:
To oversee and coordinate major gift fundraising, including implementation of key strategic initiatives in support of the Southwest Solutions mission. The Director of Development will work closely with the Senior Vice President for Development & Public Affairs to help ensure the organization successfully carries out its fundraising program.

Compensation
$70,000 to $80,000 per year with comprehensive benefits

How To Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume to hrresume@swsol.org or send via fax to 313-481-3131.

Part-time Bookkeeper (Lansing)

Posted 7/3/2014 by MNA

The Historical Society of Michigan (HSM) seeks a qualified individual to serve as a part-time Bookkeeper (15-20 hrs/wk).

This position, under supervision of HSM’s contract Accountant and the Executive Director, is for a Full Charge Bookkeeper or Degreed Staff Accountant with recent non-profit experience. The ideal candidate for this part time role must have at least 2+ years of recent experience in full cycle Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Bank Reconciliations, Month End Close, Payroll data entry, Audit Preparation, Cash Flow Management and Financial Statement Preparation. A degree in Accounting is not necessary but the above listed experience is required.

Reports to: Executive Director

Pay: $15-18 per hour

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of two years experience in full cycle Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Bank Reconciliations, Month End Close, Payroll data entry, Audit Preparation, Cash Flow Management and Financial Statement Preparation
  • Ability to handle and manage confidential information
  • Minimum of three years experience using Quickbooks
  • Work experience with non-profit bookkeeping desirable
  • Ability to apply generally accepted bookkeeping principals and practices in performing duties.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail in all areas of work
  • Ability to follow through on tasks and meet deadlines with minimal supervision
  • Ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. The full position description is available at www.hsmichigan.org/about/job-opportunities. To apply email a cover letter and resume to resume@hsmichigan.org.

Staff Accountant (Southfield)

Posted 7/2/2014 by MNA

Volunteers of America Michigan, Inc. is seeking a Staff Accountant to provide support for the CFO in carrying out the responsibilities of the Finance/Accounting Department, specifically as it relates to Accounts Receivable, Grants and miscellaneous reconciliations.

•Four-year degree (BS In Accounting preferred) and minimum of three years accounts receivable and general accounting experience or combination thereof •Knowledge of grants and their respective reporting requirements •Able to track open payables and facilitate collection of unpaid balances •Must be highly organized and detail-oriented and able to work independently •Must have excellent communication skills •Must have excellent work habits including the willingness to work the hours necessary to get the job done •Computer skills with a high level of experience in Excel and accounting software •Able to produce accurate work product in a timely manner and consistently meet deadlines •Customer service mind-set

Please send cover letter and resume to hr_jobs@voami.org or fax to 248-945-1614.
Day Care Teacher Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 7/1/2014 by MNA

Positive Images, Inc., located in Detroit, MI is a licensed substance abuse treatment program with a licensed Day Care Center on site. Our services include traditional and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, residential treatment and a Maternal Infant Health Program.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Day Care Teacher Assistant to join our team of talented professionals. Regular working hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
This job requires a high school diploma. You must undergo drug screening, pass a physical examination and undergo a reference or security check. The individual will be assisting in serving meals, plan and implement lesson plans, creating arts and crafts ideas, cleaning up after children as well as directing them. The individual must have good writing and communication skills.
We offer our employees a competitive salary, a paid time off package and health benefits.
If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to humanresources@positiveimageinc.org
Volunteer Relations Specialist (Detroit)

Posted 7/1/2014 by MNA

In support of the Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan’s Conflict Management process, facilitate the negotiation and resolution of conflicts between disputing volunteer parties by working collaboratively with the parties, providing direction and support, and identifying creative ways to reach a mutual solution.

  1. Support volunteers in working collaboratively and productively by providing conflict management and mediation services in accordance with the GSSEM Conflict Management Toolkit.
  2. Conduct investigations towards one of four possible core causes of issue; broken procedure, training or educational issue, customer service, or true conflict.
  3. Collaborate with the GSSEM finance team in the collection of financial documents leading to financial investigation and collections
  4. Ensure volunteers receive on-going coordination, communication, motivation, problem solving, and support when disputes occur.
  5. Develop and maintain all documentation, records, and systems.
  6. Monitor and track the resolution process for situations involving conflict between volunteers.
  7. Provide group conflict management facilitation and dialogue processes for volunteers, particularly in high-conflict situations (including bullying, harassment and discrimination).
  8. Provide mediation clients with post-delivery support by, among other things, preparing and delivering Mediation Action Plans to all parties in a timely manner.
  9. Assess and advise Council staff in Alternative Dispute Resolution processes and methods.

Bachelors degree with concentration in business (or equivalent) with an emphasis in customer service, dispute resolution, social services and/or human services, or a related field of study or related field or equivalent.
Minimum of three 3 years exp.

Send resume to abenitez@gssem.org

Philanthropy Officer (Detroit)

Posted 7/1/2014 by MNA

The American Civil Liberties Fund of Michigan seeks experienced applicants for a full-time Philanthropy Officer (PO) to secure funds for the organization by developing and managing a portfolio of donors/prospects, each with an estimated capacity to give $10,000 or more. The PO is responsible for qualifying new prospects and building relationships between the people in her/his portfolio and the ACLU so as to maximize their financial support of our work. In addition to soliciting major gifts to the annual fund, the PO also will explore planned giving opportunities and solicit special campaign gifts. The PO will spend a significant amount of time in direct interaction with donors, both in and out of the office, helping donors fulfill their passions and interests through their giving to the ACLU. The PO will also spend a significant amount of time behind the scenes, assessing next steps for individual donor engagement, deploying other staff, including the Executive Director and Director of Philanthropy, as necessary for building the donor relationship with the ACLU. This position both leads and supports others in leading.

View full posting and requirements at www.aclumich.org. Application deadline is August 1, 2014 or until position is filled.
Individual Giving Coordinator (Inkster)

Posted 7/1/2014 by MNA

The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to the goals of Starfish Family Services and the importance of early childhood development and family success. They will manage the individual giving program including annual giving activities (direct mail, phone, electronic); face-to-face solicitation of annual gifts; cultivation and stewardship events; employee giving and special giving opportunities.

Education and Experience Required:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in related field is required.
  2. Prefer a minimum of three years of progressive fundraising, sales, marketing or related experience.

For more information and to apply visit: www.starfishonline.org

Program Coordinator (Lansing)

Posted 6/30/2014 by MNA

The Program Coordinator implements and maintains various aspects of ongoing program activities to advance the mission of Tomorrow’s Child, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to preventing infant death and supporting those affected by it.
Responsibilities include a wide range of duties including some of the following:

  • Execute the delivery of certain program activities to support the strategic direction of the organization
  • Implementing long-term goals and objectives to achieve successful program outcomes
  • Assisting with the development of program related grant proposals and budgets to ensure the continuous delivery of services
  • Engaging volunteers for appropriate program activities using established volunteer management practices

Candidates must have a minimum of a BA, preferably an RN license in Michigan, in a health related field. At least five years relevant experience in project coordination. Demonstrated success implementing and managing innovative programs and maintaining effective working relationships with volunteers, community partners and healthcare professionals. Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently, including effective management of resources and time. Ability to multi-task and handle many projects simultaneously.

For more information visit our website at www.tomorrowschildmi.org. Tomorrow’s Child is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates should send resume and cover letter to info@tomorrowschildmi.org by July 25, 2014.

Housing Development Analyst (Troy)

Posted 6/30/2014 by MNA

POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Vice President of Development, the Housing Development Analyst manages a range of real estate activities related to the acquisition and development of affordable housing projects. The overall responsibility of the Housing Development Analyst is to identify and analyze potential projects for financial and mission-related feasibility; negotiate site control; and coordinate projects through all phases of financing, development, and marketing.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for all phases of development, including initial feasibility (pro forma) analyses, site analyses and acquisition
  • Create reports as needed including AFHMP, Environmental Review and Market Studies
  • Assist in completing project funding applications to local, state, and federal agencies and ultimately close the financing with all such agencies
  • Prepare project budgets, cash flow projections, and project schedules
  • Provide construction Management for projects
  • Analysis and implementation of affordable housing greening standards
  • Gain expertise in HUD HOME, FHLB, LIHTC, NSP rental rehab and homebuyer program to include certification
  • Establish internal controls to ensure that contractual obligations are met in compliance with appropriate Federal, State and local regulations
  • Assist to strategize and coordinate with other departments to make sure that programmatic issues with respect to the development and operations are adequately addressed
  • Seeking out new development opportunities to generate a pipeline of development projects that create and preserve quality rental housing affordable to low-and moderate-income households

CREDENTIALS:
Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Familiarity with real estate development on a professional level is required.

To apply for this position CLICK HERE: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=9871551

Executive Director (Lansing)

Posted 6/30/2014 by MNA

 

MARO, a statewide trade association representing community service providers, seeks a dynamic and proven leader to serve as Executive Director. Headquartered in Lansing, MI the Executive Director (ED) will work with the Board of Directors, staff, partners and all stakeholders to implement policies of the board, manage the day-to-day operations, and carry forth our mission to maximize the impact of our members in their efforts to provide employment, training and access to the community for people with disabilities and other barriers. For a detailed job description go to http://maro.org/MARO_ED_Search.html

To apply, send cover letter, resume and salary history by July 31 to Joe Evans, jevans@guidance-center.org

Regional Coordinator - Grants Management (Ypsilanti)

Posted 6/27/2014 by MNA

 

Regional Coordinator responsible for program coordination/administration of Region V-East/Great Lakes Region (Michigan, Indiana and Ohio) Hemophilia Treatment Center grants and cooperative agreements with HRSA-MCHB, CDC and other national/local entities. Master’s Degree in Public Health, Health Administration or related field preferred; undergraduate degree with related clinical and grants management experience will also be considered. Cooperative team player with excellent writing and communication skills, experience with grants management, budgeting, health policy, data management and demonstrated interest in chronic illness desired. Strong computer skills essential; 25% travel in region, some travel for national meetings. To apply: Please provide cover letter, resume and salary requirements to hr@hfmich.org HFM headquarters are located in Ypsilanti, MI. No phone calls please. EOE

Director of Development (DoD) (Detroit)

Posted 6/27/2014 by MNA

Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is a unique non-profit, hands-on museum offering programs that inspire families to explore and appreciate science, technology and math in a dynamic learning environment.

DoD is responsible for directing current fundraising campaign of $3-$5M as well as developing strategies to grow campaign over the next 3 years. DoD works with President/CEO and in collaboration with Board of Trustees to:

  • Develop fundraising priorities to support MiSc growth,
  • Plan and supervise all cultivation and solicitation activities,
  • Manage strategies to attract, retain and increase MiSci membership/volunteer base. 

The DoD is a strong ambassador position interacting with a diverse group of stakeholders (foundations, corporations, individual donors, government officials, and general public).

This position requires a person who has a passion for the mission of MiSci and a proven track record of highly effective fundraising and skill in strategy and process development who is willing to make direct solicitations. H/she must balance the pressures of a dynamic Development Department with community and programmatic support expectations.

Must have:

  • Strong knowledge of principles, ethics and practices of fundraising while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Experience in grant writing, annual giving, sponsorships and major gifts with a track record of success. Ability to prepare financial reports and manage database.
  • Strong interpersonal, problem-solving and planning skills.
  • A Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Development, or related field with a minimum of 5 years development experience. 

Refer to www.mi-sci.org/employment for more information. Include cover letter with salary requirements, references and resume to execinquiries@mi-sci.org

Executive Director Conductive Learning Center (Grand Rapids)

Posted 6/27/2014 by MNA

The Conductive Learning Center of Grand Rapids, Michigan seeks to fill the position of Executive Director.

The Conductive Learning Center (CLC) is a dynamic program that provides specialized educational services for children with neurological conditions including Cerebrla Palsy and Spina Bifida. The Program is a subsidiary corporation of Aquinas College and is the employer of all CLC personnel. The Conductive Learning Center is currently in its fourteenth year of operation.

The Executive Director is responsible for administrative oversight for the CLC Program. Primary duties include: fund raising, grant writing, community networking, marketing and public relations.
The Executive Director reports to the Conductive Learning Center Board of Directors. The attached job description provides detailed information regarding areas of responsibility,qualifications and characteristics of an ideal candidate. Consideration will be given to individuals interested in a full time, part time or interim role.

Interested candidates should submit their resume and letter of interest to: John M. Ritch at the Conductive Learning Center, 2428 Burton, SE, Grand Rapids, MI. 49506 or ritchj@gvsu.edu.

View the full posting at:
http://conductivelearningcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/ED-Job-Description-5.14.pdf
Administrative Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 6/27/2014 by MNA

 

Administrative Assistant – Detroit
Full Time
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order

Please see full job description at:
http://www.thecapuchins.org/who-we-are/employment-opportunities

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 an Administrative Assistant who will assist the Director of the Solanus Casey Center in the coordination and administration of tasks and events at the center.

Essential Duties listed on above website.

Qualifications listed on above website.

The review of resumes will begin immediately.

Please send letter of interest and resume to: employment@thecapuchins.org Please include Administrative Assistant in the subject line.

Or mail to: Attention: Human Resources
Administrative Assistant
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order
1820 Mt. Elliott Street
Detroit, MI 48207

Data and Policy Analyst (Royal Oak)

Posted 6/26/2014 by MNA

The Education Trust-Midwest's mission is to promote high academic achievement for all students at all levels - pre-kindergarten through college.

Responsibilities of our Data and Policy Analyst would include, but are not limited to:

  • Collect, analyze, and interpret educational data related to student achievement, attainment, and opportunities to learn;
  • Work collaboratively with fellow staff members in Michigan, as well as the Washington, D.C. and California offices, to monitor federal, state, and local K-16 policy and quickly respond to legislative and regulatory proposals, inquiries from allies, and other rapid-response opportunities, to make the organization’s case in the media and beyond;
  • Develop instruments and protocols to evaluate programs and policies in schools;
  • Prepare data and policy analyses for internal and external use;
  • Read, evaluate, and summarize academic and policy research relating to ETM policy and advocacy agenda;
  • Proactively generate new ideas for how ETM can expand its use of data for research and advocacy;
  • Contribute to the writing of public reports, fact sheets, press statements, and website materials;
  • Respond to requests for data and information from website visitors, researchers, community members, and other users of ETM materials and services; and
  • Support staff in finding data, creating presentations, identifying successful schools, and creating publications for public distribution.

Please e-mail a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and contact information for three references to jobs@edtrustmidwest.org. Please use “Data and Policy Analyst” as the subject line for your email.

Medical Supply Coordinator - Part-Time (Detroit)

Posted 6/26/2014 by MNA

 

Coordinate the sorting and packing of medical supplies for international shipping with the help of volunteers. Instruct and supervise new volunteers of all ages. Previous experience necessary in a healthcare profession or education in the healthcare field needed. 24 hours, day shift, days and hours to be determined. Starting wage $12-$14/hour. Resume to info@worldmedicalrelief.org

Van Driver Part-Time (Detroit)

Posted 6/26/2014 by MNA

Will drive World Medical Relief Sprint van in the Metro Detroit area to pick up durable medical equipment - hospital beds, wheelchairs, etc. and medical supplies offered as donations from individual homes as well as offices. Valid drivers' and chauffeurs' license required. Able to lift and load items into van. Familiar with street maps.

17 hours/week, day shift, days and hours to be determined. Starting wage: $12-$14/hour. Resume to info@worldmedicalrelief.org

Part Time Development Coordinator (Kentwood)

Posted 6/26/2014 by MNA

JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D.

Brief Description:
Chapter development position responsible for planning, fundraising, volunteer development, and stewardship for JDRF Gala and Ride to Cure Diabetes. May supervise volunteers for assigned responsibilities. Plays active lead role in organizing, coordinating, implementing and helping to expand assigned activities within the comprehensive development areas of the chapter.

Requirements

  • College degree preferred or equivalent experience required.
  • Three+ (3+) years of fundraising experience required or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
  • Experience in organizing and planning special fundraising events.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills required.
  • Proficiency with computer programs is required.

Contact Information:
If you’d like to join our team, please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to JDRF by visiting www.jdrf.org/careers.Please do a keyword search for IRC17683 to apply.

No Phone Calls Please. Only those candidates who meet our qualifications will be contacted. No staffing agencies please.

JDRF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Manager - Communications/Marketing (Clarkston)

Posted 6/25/2014 by MNA

  • Work closely with others in the organization as the communications and marketing partner.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate the annual communications plan
  • Lead the effort to upgrade the AF web site www.amyloidosis.org
  • Coordinate web site maintenance
  • Track and measure the level of engagement within the network over time
  • Manage development, distribution and maintenance of all print and electronic communications
  • Work with the Development Officer on the development and implemenation of fundraising activities
  • Manage all media contacts

Must have:

  • Great planning and organizational skills
  • Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills
  • A track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently
  • Great analytical skills
  • Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff board members, volunteers, donors and supporters
  • Self starter, able to work independently and entrepreneurial; enjoys creating and implementing communication strategies
  • Willingness to travel

Resumes can be faxed to 248-922-9620
or mailed to
Amyloidosis Foundation
7151 N. Main Street #2
Clarkston, MI 48346

Inquiries - 248-922-9610

Walk Manager (Troy)

Posted 6/24/2014 by MNA

This position is responsible for the implementation, coordination, and management of cost-effective Walk events through building a robust volunteer base of community leaders, corporate partners, and victim survivors to raise awareness and meet financial goals.The majority of performance is based on volunteer management and development, event production and aggressive revenue generation.

ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS:

  1. Achieve corporate and individual Walk revenue goals, from one or more events, totaling a minimum of $100,000 to 150,000 in year 1, $200,000 to 250,000 in year 2 and $300,000 to 350,000 in year 3, with sustained growth in following years, while managing within an expense budget of 15-20%.
  2. Build, sustain, support and manage an effective volunteer base to achieve event revenue goals and enhance public awareness.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Min. 3 years experience in walk and/or participation event fundraising with demonstrated skill set in asking people to contribute time and money.
  2. Self-starter with drive and proven history of reaching/exceeding revenue goals
  3. Strong volunteer recruitment, training and management experience
  4. Working experience in Blackbaud software systems and Microsoft Office Suite
  5. Reliable transportation and valid state driver’s license. Must be able to travel up to 50%.

Interested Candidates should forward resumes to the following email address: tyler.maceachran@madd.org

MADD offers a competitive salary and exceptional benefits + business casual environment.

Fund Development and Events Manager (Northville)

Posted 6/24/2014 by MNA

 

FUND DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS MANAGER
NEW HOPE CENTER FOR GRIEF SUPPORT, INC.

SUMMARY
New Hope Center for Grief Support’s mission is to offer grief support and education to adults and children who are grieving after the death of a loved one.

The Fund Development and Events Manager is responsible for supporting the Board and Executive Director in attaining New Hope’s fund raising goals. This is a part-time position with opportunity to grow into full time.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Fund Development Manager is responsible for:

  • Implementing the overall financial resource development plan for New Hope along with the Board, Executive Director and volunteers
  • Identifying and developing new revenue opportunities to support the budget including program expansion
  • Soliciting business sponsors to underwrite New Hopes programs and other expenses
  • Managing New Hope events, including volunteer engagement and support
  • Overseeing the development and maintenance of a data base that documents and tracks ongoing fund raising activities
  • Supporting grant writing
  • Supporting annual appeals and individual donor engagement
  • Other duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Christian faith
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 2 – 5 years of non-profit experience
  • Track record of fund raising success
  • Strong communication skills including public speaking and writing sample required)
  • Computer skills, including Microsoft Office and database management
  • Team player/collaborative
  • Action oriented
  • Personal experience with grief and loss preferred.

To apply, please send your resume and a writing sample to Karen@newhopecenter.net

Outreach and Advocacy Manager (Lansing)

Posted 6/24/2014 by MNA

 

The Food Bank Council of Michigan (FBCM) - www.fbcmich.org, a statewide non-profit organization, seeks a full-time Outreach and Advocacy Manager to perform anti-hunger program management and advocacy work on behalf of the FBCM. FBCM is committed to the alleviation of hunger and gathers food and funds to help stock Michigan's food banks.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree public policy, social sciences, public administration or related field, with previous experience working with Michigan’s food bank network and with the operation and administration of federal food programs in Michigan. Candidates must possess excellent analytical skills regarding social and anti-hunger policy issues, legislation and program development; excellent verbal and written communication skills; the ability to manage grant-funded project work and the ability to work with diverse communities in a self-directed manner. This position does require a valid driver’s license and the use of a personal vehicle to travel in-state up to 50% of the time.
To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to jodischafer@hrmservices.biz. Deadline June 30, 2014. For more information about the opportunity, please visit: www.fbcmich.org

Preschool Lead Teacher (Eastpointe)

Posted 6/24/2014 by MNA

Lead Teacher (Preschool and Pre-K)

Job Type : Part-Time
Requirements:

  • High school diploma/ GED with a minimum of 12 Semester hours in Early Childhood Education and/or 18 CEUs.
  • 2 year of experience working with young toddlers. 
  • Preference:  Associate degree in Early Childhood Studies

Responsibilities:

  • The Lead instructor is responsible for the supervision and management of the entire classroom assigned.
  • Create developmentally age appropriate lesson plans to address all areas of development
  • Maintain a creative fun environment inviting to children, introducing new songs, materials and ideas each week. 
  • Complete assessments and create portfolios to assist with individual planning as well.
  • Maintain positive professional attitude showing ability to work with staff, parents and volunteers.
  • Maintain clean, neat and attractive classroom, free of clutter.
  • Tending to the needs of each child physical and emotional needs.
  • Attend all training opportunities and staff meetings as provided and scheduled.
  • Performs custodian duties and any other tasks deemed necessary by the Program Director

Please submit cover letter and resume to hiringmanager0314@gmail.com

 
School-Based Mentoring Program Site Supervisor (Great Lakes Bay Region)

Posted 6/24/2014 by MNA

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Great Lakes Bay Region is seeking a part time (27 hours per week) Site Supervisor for its School-Based Mentoring program Teaming Up with YOUth. This position is responsible for working with a minimum of four elementary schools in the Great Lakes Bay Region of Midland, Bay, Saginaw and Isabella Counties. Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in education or a human services field; Strong interpersonal and communication skills; Microsoft Office computer skills as well as internet skills; good judgment and the ability to work as part of a team. Must pass a background check including a driving record and fingerprinting. Please send cover letter and resume to: info@bbbsgreatlakesbay.org. No phone calls please.

Recruitment Services Specialist (Port Huron)

Posted 6/23/2014 by MNA

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The Recruitment Services Specialist is responsible for initiating and pursuing communications strategies and protocols needed to convert prospective members (leads) to registered members. She/he is responsible for securing increased girl and adult volunteer participation as well as the community partnerships needed to implement Girl Scouting within an assigned area via inbound and outbound contacts.

The Recruitment Services Specialist also serves as the first point of contact for inquiries via phone and email. The incumbent is responsible for providing the highest level of customer service to all members/customers, both external and internal.

  • Assists in achieving the council’s corporate goals for girl and adult membership through implementing membership strategies in assigned areas.
  • Utilizes Girl Scouts Salesforce customer relationship management system to support pursuance of leads throughout the recruitment process for completion to close status.
  • Supports external recruitment efforts and is able to finalize membership enrollment leads. Follows up on new leads and referrals resulting from field activity in a timely fashion.
  • Supports implementation of membership recruiting marketing strategies outlined in the council’s strategic plan, annual business plan and/or other council goals primarily through phone and written methods. Recruitment Services Specialist initiates and follows-up with contacts of prospective members and community partners.
  • Prepares action plans and schedules to identify specific targets and to project the number of contacts to be made in order to meet membership goal. Prepares a variety of status reports.

Bachelors degree, or equivalent in business Send resume to abenitez@gssem.org

Director, Finance (Detroit)

Posted 6/23/2014 by MNA

Oversee the organization, management and leadership of the agency’s fiscal operations with an emphasis on policy, practice, talent development, customer service and internal control.
  • Work closely, collaboratively and supportively with the Leadership, Management and Systems Integration Teams to model agency core values, develop strategic responses to organizational priorities and challenges and contribute to achievement of individual, team and agency goals
  • Maintain all official accounting records in conformance with management accounting best-practice and generally accepted accounting principles.
  • In conjunction with the CFO, provide fiscal structure, analysis and reporting services to relevant customers that proactively inform, guide and support organizational goals and operations.
  • Coordinate preparation of all regulatory and governmental reports including, but not limited to: Agency financial statement audit, Form 990, Michigan Corporate Annual Report, agency retirement plan audit and related 5500’s, Census Reports, MIOSHA, Quarterly 941’s, Annual W2 and 1099’s.
  • Supervise and maintain the agency’s accounts payable, billing and payroll operations to ensure accurate and timely processing of all transactions, with particular emphasis on employees’ pay, deductions and benefit transactions.
  • Participate with the Chief Financial Officer in providing key financial deliverables, including but not limited to banking, borrowing, investing, preparation of the annual budget and periodic recurring reports to the board and relevant committees.
  • Actively engage in professional development to enhance competence, remain current in the area of finance and nonprofit fiscal best practice, and foster a sense of personal growth and satisfaction in the role of Director - Finance.

http://www.thechildrenscenter.com/about-us/career-opportunities

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 www.mnaonline.org/jobcenterform.aspx.
   
     
 
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