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Posted 8/31/2015 by MNA

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Leadership with Purpose - Free for those interested in working in Michigan’s nonprofit sector

Posted 8/30/2015 by MNA

People of all ages often lack clarity in what their unique passion is and how they can apply that to the varied work in the nonprofit sector. Three one-day convenings held in Lansing, Kalamazoo and Detroit will connect participants with nonprofit leaders and peers from various regions and nonprofits; provide nonprofit career guidance and personal brand development; identify personal strengths and weaknesses; and empower participants with boldness, knowledge and resources to create careers that align with their passion and skill set. This program includes free access for a year to MNA’s professional development resources, traditionally available to only organizations. Only 50 individuals will be chosen throughout Michigan to participate this year. Any person in Michigan, regardless of experience, is eligible to apply. This new program from Michigan Nonprofit Association and the Council of Michigan Foundations is generously supported by a grant from the C.S. Mott Foundation.

All program fees, meals during convenings, and mileage will be covered for participants. Necessary overnight accommodation costs will be considered.

Space is limited so apply early. Deadline: May 22, 2015! Register today for Leadership with Purpose at http://www.cvent.com/d/qrqzs3.

MNA Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA (Various Locations)

Posted 5/6/2015 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 
http://bit.ly/VISTA2015-2016
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.

REQUIREMENTS

  • 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

SEND REPLY TO:
St. Vincent Catholic Charities
ATTN:  Human Resources
2800 West Willow Street
Lansing, MI 48917
E-mail: jobs@stvcc.org

RESPOND BY: Open Until Filled

EOE

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

Requirements

  • 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

info@thehopefoundation.org

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.

Requirements:

  • 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 http://detroitcristorey.org/careers.

Children’s Services Administrative Assistant-Lighthouse PATH - 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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org

Child Care Teaching Assistant –Lighthouse PATH - 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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org
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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org
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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org
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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org
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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org
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 executivedirector@forksseniorcenter.org.

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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org
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 mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org

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. 

TO APPLY

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 jobs@cypq.org. All applications are due by 5pm ET on May 29, 2015.
Development Officer of The Whiting (Flint)

Posted 5/5/2015 by MNA

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

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 http://www.fcccorp.org/JobsCurrentOp.asp.  To apply, email cover letter, resume, and references to hr@fcccorp.org.
Evaluator (Detroit)

Posted 5/4/2015 by MNA

GENERAL SUMMARY

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 www.dia.org.

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 www.firststep-mi.org 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:  dherrick@firststep-mi.org 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 http://www.mott.org/about/OurOrganization/employment/ 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.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • 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

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • 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

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • 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 recruiting@greeningofdetroit.com.
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 https://jobs.msu.edu.  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 www.nppn.co

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:  http://goo.gl/EC3gq9

Please submit resume, salary guidelines, and cover letter to:  pshelby@bhgh.org
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: karenhm@mlpp.org. Resumes accepted until June 1, 2015.
Communications Manager (Grand Rapids)

Posted 4/30/2015 by MNA

E-mail: lori@girlschoralacademy.org 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 plpadgett@earthlink.net

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: http://midwest.edtrust.org/?jobs=director-of-policy-research-and-practice
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: dherndon@covenanthouse.org or fax to: 313-463-2222.
No phone calls please. 

To see full job posting go to: www.covenanthousemi.org
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.   

Compensation:
$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 http://www.semca.org/workatsemca.html

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 http://www.mott.org/about/OurOrganization/employment/ 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.

Requirements

  • 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 k.richter@feliciansisters.org  (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

Qualifications:

  • 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 info@investdetroit.com
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 info@apparatussolutionsinc.com
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 debraloader@gmail.com.

Please submit resume via email to debraloader@gmail.com
Executive Director (Clarkston)

Posted 4/27/2015 by MNA

North Oakland Headwaters Land Conservancy (NOHLC) is seeking a dynamic, articulate and experienced leader to serve as Executive Director to support the organization’s mission to conserve the woods, fields, streams and other natural resources in the headwaters area of the Clinton, Shiawassee, Huron and Flint Rivers.

The Executive Director is responsible for overall leadership, operational management, and financial performance of the organization.  Reporting to and working closely with the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for strategic planning and execution, partnership building in the public and private sectors, and developing the funding base.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a candidate experienced in fund development and grant writing, who is motivated to build and foster regional collaborative partnerships, recruit and train staff and volunteers, and serve as public representative for NOHLC with media at community events.  The ideal candidate will also have a strong interest in land conservation.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.  To express your interest in this position, please submit your cover letter, resume and compensation requirements to: mail@nohlc.org The position is open until filled with the anticipated starting date of 7-1-15. 
Executive Director (Grand Rapids)

Posted 4/27/2015 by MNA

 

Home Repair Services of Kent County, Inc. is seeking an Executive Director.

Home Repair Services has specialized in post-purchase homeownership services for lower-income homeowners since 1979.  Working with existing homeowners in mostly older homes assisting them with resources to maintain homeownership.   2000 homeowners served each year with services below:

Free hands-on training in home repair skills Affordable kitchen cabinets for remodeling projects Emergency repairs when health or safety is at risk Financial counseling for homeowners Wheelchair ramps for those with mobility impairments Practical energy saving assistance The Executive Director is the key management leader of Home Repair Services.  Responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization.  This individual must demonstrate passion and commitment to the mission and values of Home Repair Services, knowledge of Grand Rapids/Kent County demographics, compassion for those we serve and a deep understanding of the challenges faced by low-income, urban communities. Key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports to the Board of Directors.

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

Required

Five years’ experience in a senior management position in a community-based nonprofit agency, including budget development and financial management History of having led organizational growth, facilitating higher levels of mission achievement. Skills include strategic planning and management of complex operations and external relations Excellent written and oral communications skills.

Master’s Degree in a relevant field or equivalent work experience.

Additional information about Home Repair Services of Kent County, Inc. can be found at www.homerepairservices.org.

Please direct inquiries and resumes to edcandidates@homerepairservices.org
Crisis Resolution Case Worker (Pontiac)

Posted 4/26/2015 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.

Positions Available:
Crisis Resolution Case Worker-Lighthouse Emergency Services

  • 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.

Interested individuals may apply by emailing Marnese Jackson at mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org or call (248) 972-1480.

Family Case Manager-Lighthouse PATH (Pontiac)

Posted 4/26/2015 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. 

  • 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.

Interested individuals may apply by emailing Marnese Jackson at mjackson@LighthouseOakland.org or call (248) 972-1480.

Educational Program Coordinator (Lansing)

Posted 4/26/2015 by MNA

 

We are seeking an energetic Educational Program Coordinator to lead our youth, STEM-focused educational programming. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude and collaborative spirit and be highly organized and strong motivator and supervisor who works with educators and staff on program implementation, school and community outreach, and classroom management.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Education or related field.
  • Minimum two years of experience working in after-school environment with youth in urban communities. Teaching experience preferred.
  • A demonstrated ability to lead and energize multi-disciplinary work teams to respond to needs and get results.
  • A strong rapport with and commitment to supporting youth. Ability to translate youth development theory into practice.
  • Excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong attention to detail; ability to manage multiple projects with varying deadlines.
  • Social media experience and proficiency.
  • Completion of background clearances.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with STEM education programming for middle and high school youth in community-based and out-of-school-time settings.
  • Experience working with teachers on curriculum development related to school standards. Familiarity with Michigan urban school districts a plus.
  • Experience working with and implementing project management software (Asana, Basecamp, Trello, etc.)
  • Strong organizational skills

E-mail a cover letter addressing your interest and qualifications for the position, your resume, salary requirements, and 3 work-related references to jobs@iteclansing.org. Please indicate “Educational Program Coordinator” on subject line of email.

Please visit http://www.iteclansing.org/about/employment-opportunities/ to view the complete position description, including job duties.
Loan Servicing Specialist - Full-Time (Lansing)

Posted 4/26/2015 by MNA

 

Opportunity Resource Fund, a non-profit community development financial institution, has an opening for a Loan Servicing Specialist who performs at a high degree of accuracy, with attention to detail and is self-motivated.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree, preferably with a concentration in finance, business administration or accounting and/or seven years of comparable work experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of loan servicing practices, including working knowledge of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, and understanding of property tax law in Michigan.
  • Impeccable personal integrity and ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality and handle sensitive material concerning borrower data while responding to borrowers with patience and respect.
  • Strong analytical, time management and organizational skills as well as a high level of attention to detail; ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet designated deadlines.
  • Experience with loan database software.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Thorough knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet applications.

Specific knowledge of single family mortgages and Nortridge software a plus.  Individual should have a positive, professional, and helpful demeanor.

Apply by submitting your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to info@oppfund.org.  To learn more about Opportunity Resource Fund, a dynamic organization working to fulfill its mission to provide loans to benefit Michigan communities while fostering economic and social justice, please explore our website at www.oppfund.org.  Opportunity Resource Fund is an equal opportunity employer. 
Data Analysis Intern (Detroit)

Posted 4/26/2015 by MNA

 

Data Driven Detroit (D3), in partnership with the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation and the NextGen Board, seeks two data analysis interns who desire a place to develop their talents while serving the Detroit community!

This pilot program gives aspiring professionals the resources to express their creativity through designing and implementing a project that will strengthen both their professional portfolio and the work of community organizations across Detroit. Interns will have access to workspace, the latest software, unique learning and networking opportunities, and guidance from some of the top professionals in the field. Upon completion of the program, they will have gained competitive experience to advance their careers.

For more information and application materials, please visit http://datadrivendetroit.org/about-us/contact/. The current application deadline is May 8th.

Marketing and Communications Intern (Detroit)

Posted 4/26/2015 by MNA

 

Data Driven Detroit (D3), in partnership with the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation and the NextGen Board, seeks a Marketing and Communications Intern who desires a place to develop their talents while serving the Detroit community!

This pilot program gives aspiring professionals the resources to express their creativity through designing and implementing a project that will strengthen both their professional portfolio and the work of community organizations across Detroit.  Interns will have access to workspace, the latest software, unique learning and networking opportunities, and guidance from some of the top professionals in the field.  Upon completion of the program, they will have gained competitive experience to advance their careers.

For more information and application materials, please visit http://datadrivendetroit.org/about-us/contact/.  The current application deadline is May 8th.
Web Experience Intern (Detroit)

Posted 4/26/2015 by MNA

 

Data Driven Detroit (D3), in partnership with the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation and the NextGen Board, seeks a Web Experience Intern who desires a place to develop their talents while serving the Detroit community!

This pilot program gives aspiring professionals the resources to express their creativity through designing and implementing a project that will strengthen both their professional portfolio and the work of community organizations across Detroit.  Interns will have access to workspace, the latest software, unique learning and networking opportunities, and guidance from some of the top professionals in the field.  Upon completion of the program, they will have gained competitive experience to advance their careers.

For more information and application materials, please visit http://datadrivendetroit.org/about-us/contact/.  The current application deadline is May 8th.
Classroom Facilitator - Trainer (Warren)

Posted 4/24/2015 by MNA

Inspire and prepare teenagers to succeed by becoming a Program Facilitator with Winning Futures!  We are looking to grow our team with an experienced individual to help us continue our mission. This position focuses on leading MOTIVATIONAL classes for middle and high school students in metro Detroit, assisting in other classes as part of your training for the first year, and managing relationships with our schools and mentors.

Winning Futures is an award winning nonprofit organization that makes a difference in the lives of young people. Since 1994, we have been  offering school-based mentoring programs and workshops for middle school and high school students in Southeast Michigan. All of our programs focus on the life skills of character value identification, goal setting, career preparation, and strategic planning.

Responsibilities:

  • Creating a dynamic learning environment and delivering innovative training. 
  • Building strong relationships with school partners, set up/attend meetings throughout the year in order to secure accurate and timely information.
  • Teach our Keys to College program at multiple urban schools throughout metro Detroit.  This program is implemented in a teacher’s classroom without mentors and is taught like a motivational workshop. During sessions you are responsible for controlling the classroom.

Visit www.winningfutures.org/job-postings/ for the job posting and directions on how to apply.

Chief Development Director (Mt. Clemens)

Posted 4/24/2015 by MNA

The Chief Development Officer (CDO) responsibility is to plan, implement and evaluate a comprehensive fund development program to ensure Turning Point’s financial viability. The CDO works with Board and Community members to expand and deepen donor relationships. Also coordinates fund raising events and integrates all agency marketing as they support development efforts of Turning Point.  Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent is preferred with experience working in the non-profit fund development. Must be proficient with fundraising data base systems.  Must adhere to the ethical principles and standards of professional fundraising.  Must have excellent written and verbal skills and the ability to communicate with donors, staff, board, and community members.  Must have the ability to work with diverse populations. Must have reliable transportation, insurance, a valid Michigan Driver’s License and a good driving record.  Must pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment.

A complete job description can be found at www.turningpointmacomb.org

Salary Range: $48,000 - $60,000

Interested Persons should:

Submit a writing sample and resume

Via email to: mmacauley@turningpointmacomb.org

PHP Web Developer (Okemos)

Posted 4/24/2015 by MNA

 

The Michigan Health Council (MHC) has an opening for a PHP Web Developer to join our growing Information Technology team.

The Michigan Health Council is a solutions-oriented non-profit organization on a mission to develop a premier health care workforce in every Michigan community. We proactively address the needs of health care leaders, professionals, employers, educators, and students through various programs spanning the education to practice continuum.

Purpose

Works with Information Technology Director to create cross-platform web applications through the use of HTML, CSS, PHP, JavaScript, and other web technologies, as well as support these applications.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develops, maintains, and integrates complex web applications
  • Provides post implementation support
  • Modify and enhance existing PHP-coded pages and content
  • Evaluates deliverables and implements solutions in a timely manner
  • Works with version control software and deploys jobs to environments
  • Performs other projects or duties as assigned

To apply, submit cover letter and resume to ajay.arumugam@mhc.org

Communications Associate (Royal Oak)

Posted 4/23/2015 by MNA

The communications associate, a new position at ETM, will be responsible for implementing strategic communications efforts, assisting in the development and updating of communications plans and working to elevate community voices through grassroots engagement strategies.

Email your cover letter, resume and 2-3 brief writing samples to jobs@edtrustmidwest.org.

Cumulative writing samples should not exceed 10 pages. Please use “Communications Associate” as the subject line for your email. We review applications on a rolling basis. Priority will be given to applications received by: May 8, 2015. 
Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships (Royal Oak)

Posted 4/23/2015 by MNA

The Education Trust-Midwest seeks a full-time Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships to develop and lead new partnerships – and deepen existing partnerships – to advance educational quality and equity for all Michigan children. Reporting to the Executive Director in our Royal Oak office and working in close partnership with the organization’s program directors, the Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships will provide overall direction to develop, coordinate, and implement the organization’s collaborative efforts to advance a state-wide policy and educational agenda on behalf of students, in partnership with other organizations across the state.

Please e-mail a cover letter, resume and writing sample to jobs@edtrustmidwest.org. Please use “Managing Director” as the subject line for your e-mail. We review applications on a rolling basis.
ACE System Program Coordinator (Okemos)

Posted 4/23/2015 by MNA

 

General Summary

ACE (Alliance for Clinical Experience) is a network of clinical education stakeholders in Michigan, organized around access and utilization of ACEMAPP. ACEMAPP is an internet-based clinical rotation matching tool developed by the ACE System team at the Michigan Health Council.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Coordinate and plan partner meetings
  • Conduct research, compile data, and prepare reports for consideration and presentation by the Program Director
  • Train new system users and continually assist partners and customers with web-based software problems and questions
  • Prepare invoices, reports, user manuals, newsletters and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software
  • Support program expansion efforts by assisting with marketing and development activities for the ACE System
  • Participate and contribute to  system design, planning and implementation

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Extensive computer knowledge required, including Microsoft Office with heavy emphasis on knowledge of Excel, and Adobe design products.
  • Experience with public speaking and presentations to disparate groups a plus.
  • Proven ability to effectively prioritize tasks.
  • Attention to detail is essential.
  • Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services.
  • Critical Thinking — Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
To apply submit cover letter and resume to Stacy Gradowski stacy.gradowski@mhc.org
Business Manager/Grant Accountant (Lansing)

Posted 4/21/2015 by MNA

Business Manager/Grant Accountant

Job Description: MMAP, Inc. (Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program), a 501c3 non-profit organization, seeks a Business Manager/Grant Accountant with experience in Federal Grants. This position provides fiscal and administrative support services for total grant programs exceeding $2 million annually. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The organization offers a generous benefits package.

Responsibilities: This position will provide assistance on all aspects of award management as applicable to each grant. In particular, this position will provide high-level financial, accounting and administrative support for our current grants, program staff and consultants.

Requirements: 3-5 years of professional experience as a Grant Accountant or similar role, preferably in a non-profit environment. A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business is preferred. Must also possess: strong analytical skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, strong attention to detail, solid organizational skills and solid computer skills (in particular, proficiency with QuickBooks and Microsoft Office software).

Part to Full Time Position: Initially the position will be part time (24 hours/week). The position will transition into full time (40 hours/week) once training has been completed.

Please forward your resume and cover letter to Jo Murphy, Executive Director  Administration at jo@mmapinc.org No calls please.
Parent Coach (Detroit)

Posted 4/21/2015 by MNA

Parent Coaches will have a case load of 50 families and be responsible for implementing programming using the peer-to-peer service delivery model to engage parents of children ages 0-5 to prepare them to school ready.  

  • Conducts and implement lesson plans, parent workshops and trainings that promote parent teaching strategies, including: modeling reading, play, parent/child interactions, storytelling techniques and others that can be done at home
  • Maintain confidentiality 
  • Maintain all paperwork  and notes for a case load for at least 50 families
  • Implement lesson plans  and conduct monthly play group opportunities that demonstrate fun learning activities that can be done in the home
  • Develop and prepare incentives for parents and children in the Pathway to Literacy program that may include birthday, holiday, and summer learning gift packets
  • Conduct home visits with parents in the Pathway to Literacy program
  • Recommend wrap around services to parents that may need additional services
  • Follow up on any parental referral requests to assist parents
  • Enroll parents in the Imagination Library Program
  • Assist coordinate and prepare for large events that would include 200 families
  • Assist with outreach to parents and children for upcoming events
  • Ensure evaluation tools are completed
  • Submit weekly and monthly reports using the EDI model and format developed by supervisor

Other duties as assigned by manager – salary $25,000-$32,000 You can also mail your resume or fax to (313) 832-0623, or e-mail to rallen@detroitparentnetwork.org. Phone inquiries will not be accepted

Executive Director of Administration and Programming (Grand Rapids)

Posted 4/21/2015 by MNA

Heartside Ministry in downtown Grand Rapids provides healing and empowerment through art, faith and advocacy. The Executive Director of Administration and Programming, in partnership with the Executive Director of Development, will create and execute a vision that transforms lives by establishing relationships with our underserved neighbors so that they experience measurable long-term, life-altering success through Heartside Ministry programs. (See http://www.heartside.org).

The ideal candidate will possess:

Passion for Heartside's mission and values and working for a non-profit organization High comfort level working with a diverse population Bachelor's degree or five years of non-profit management experience. Master's preferred Evidence of the following:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a collaborative management style
  • Excellent computer skills including Excel, Word and Power Point
  • Experience in fiscal oversight and budget management
  • Experience with strategic planning and implementation

The person will report to the Board of Directors and is responsible for day-to-day operations, program oversight and expansion, facilities and financial management, and strategic planning.

Please send cover letter and resume to jon.brickner@gmail.com by April 30, 2015.

Membership Organizer (Detroit)

Posted 4/21/2015 by MNA

AAUP-AFT, Local 6075

Wayne State University Chapter

www.aaupaft.org

MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZER

The American Association of University Professors-American Federal of Teachers (AAUP-AFT), Local 6075, is a Labor Union representing over 1,900 Faculty and Academic Staff at Wayne State University in Detroit.  We seek a full-time Organizer to begin employment, ideally, on or about July 1, 2015.

Expected duties:

  • Organize existing members, and develop their leadership roles
  • Reports to the Executive Director and President of the Union, to conduct the daily business of the Union (most work activities taking place on the University campus)
  • Orient new members, and recruit volunteers among the membership, for Union activities
  • Refer member inquiries to appropriate Union representatives
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications include:

Required

  • Collective bargaining and organizing experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Flexibility in work schedule is absolutely necessary (some nights/weekends will be required)
  • College degree

Preferred

  • Competence with MAC Office and membership database system
  • Experience with Unions at institutions of higher education
  • Experience with organizing in the higher education environment

Salary and benefits:

  • Salary commensurate with experience.  Expected range is $45,000-$55,000 per year
  • Competitive healthcare insurance provided, including dental and vision coverage
  • Retirement savings plan

Send resumes to: office@aaupaft.org

Social Benefit Case Worker (Rochester)

Posted 4/21/2015 by MNA

Rochester Area Neighborhood House is a social benefit non-profit serving the needs of the economically disadvantaged in a 5 city radius in North Oakland County, MI. Our mission is to assist clients in their journey from crisis to self sustainability. Our services span from food and clothing assistance, shelter, transportation, income supports, financial and life coaching, employment and career planning. We are looking for an experienced Case Worker, preferably with history engaged with a poverty or low income populations. The candidate should possess an approachable, non- judgmental, skilled interview technique.  A demonstrated ability to actively listen, critically analyze problems, establish boundaries, and set appropriate goals and work plans is a must. Experience and a history of negotiation and cooperation with the various service communities is a strong plus. Demonstrated success in multi-agency client advocacy is considered a basic foundation for the position.

Interested individuals may submit application documents to Mark Kilbourn; Executive Director Rochester Area Neighborhood House; director@ranh.org.

Application deadline: May 8.

Director of Development (Ferndale)

Posted 4/20/2015 by MNA

Affirmations, the community center for LGBTQ  people and their allies seeks a FT Director of Development.  For a full job description go to www.goaffirmations.org

Summary:

Essential Functions:

  • Reporting to – and in partnership with the Executive Director, the Director of Development will lead the design and implementation of a comprehensive and strategic fund development program that results in the securing of funding support in an excess of 1.5M annually.
  • Undertake a strategic approach in the development and implementation of the center’s annual development plan
  • Monitor and forecast annual, quarterly and monthly successful proposal submissions; report on funding partner renewal, acquisition, growth and increase in contributed revenues and expenses
  • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporation.
  • Serve as staff liaison to the fund development committee comprised of both board, staff and community members.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct supervision to employees and interns in the Development Department.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required (Master’s degree a plus)
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience (min. one year in a supervisory role)
  • Proven track record in the cultivation, solicitation and closing of individual, corporate and foundation gifts
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to develop and manage budgets
  • Available to work evenings and some weekends
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines
  • Strong team leadership skills.
  • Competence in working non-judgmentally with diverse populations; strong commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Jon Fitzgerald at employment@goaffirmations.org.

Corporate Relations Coordinator (Southfield)

Posted 4/20/2015 by MNA

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The corporate relations coordinator is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of corporations in order to maximize their engagement and gift revenue in support of agency priorities.  This position reports to the Event Manager.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred or equivalent education and work experience Proficiency in Microsoft office applications Minimum of two years event/fundraising experience Minimum of one year corporate relations experience Excellent written, verbal and electronic communication skills Strong organizational skills

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Research, identify, cultivate, solicit and steward corporate prospects resulting in annual contributions, program or event sponsorship, employee engagement, workplace giving and/or other support of agency priorities Handle all solicitations in an appropriate and timely manner toward closure Work closely with Event Manager to design and present quality sponsorship proposals resulting in securing financial support for the agency Develop and maintain effective long-term relationships with companies to provide a reliable base of volunteers for the agency Provide supervision and training to volunteers recruited for speaking at events on behalf of the Association, providing assistance at third-party events and providing administrative support Facilitate and promote third party events in accordance with agency policies Assist in planning and implementing the agency’s annual gala event, Chocolate Jubilee, with particular responsibility for vendor relationships Assist in planning and implementing the agency’s national signature events, Walk to End Alzheimer’s and the Longest Day, including recruiting corporate support, recruiting teams and working with committees

Send resumes to:

Alzheimer’s Association – Greater Michigan Chapter
Attention: Paul Kappen
25200 Telegraph Road, Suite 100
Southfield, MI 48033

Email: pkappen@alz.org
Fax:  248-799-4196 

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Finance & Operations Manager (Detroit)

Posted 4/17/2015 by MNA

 

Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit seeks a Finance Operations Manager. This position plays a critical role in strategic planning/decision making related to finance. This is a tremendous opportunity to maximize/strengthen the internal capacity of a well-respected organization.

Responsibilities include:

  • Analyze/present financial reports in accurate/timely manner; clearly communicate monthly/annual financial statements
  • Coordinate and lead annual audit process, liaise with auditors/Board finance committee
  • Oversee/lead annual budgeting/planning process
  • Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting.
  • Implement a robust contracts management/financial management reporting system
  • Update/implement all necessary business policies and accounting practices; improve the finance department’s overall policy/procedure manual.
  • Effectively communicate/present the critical financial matters to the finance committee/board of directors.
  • Oversee all bookkeeping/payroll operations
  • Manage compensation/benefits plan
  • Ensure integrity of finances/mitigate risk.
  • Final responsibility for the quality/content of all financial data

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate must have superb leadership/process improvement/change management skills and:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office
  • 6+ years of broad financial/operations management experience
  • Ability to translate financial concepts to/effectively collaborate with, programmatic/fundraising colleagues
  • Grants management
  • Technology savvy
  • Commitment to training programs that maximize individual/organization goals
  • Successful track record setting priorities; keen analytic, organization/problem solving skills

Salary and Benefits:

Fulltime position, Starting Salary of $48,000 - 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, three references to hr@mosaicdetroit.org; subject:
Finance Operations Manager.
No phone calls please.

Executive Director (Detroit)

Posted 4/16/2015 by MNA

 

iO, www.insideoutdetroit.org  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 www.nppn.co or http://www.nppn.co/job-postings/job-position-description/?positionid=270.

Communications Director (Lansing)

Posted 4/16/2015 by MNA

 

MARO is a statewide association of service providers removing barriers to community access. Our mission is to maximize the impact of our members, and we are seeking a creative self-starter to join our team. Full-time, salaried position, with flexible scheduling. Some travel is required.  Reports to the Executive Director.

MAJOR  TASKS / RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Position MARO to be viewed as the primary source, disseminator, and conduit of information within our network, and among our stakeholders.
  • Establish and guide strategy for communications, website, and public relations messages to consistently articulate the association’s mission.
  • Assists with coordination of all aspects of seminars and conferences.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelors Degree in relevant field, or equivalent combination of education / experience
  • Demonstrated excellence in written and verbal communications
  • Ability to work with diversified groups
  • Knowledge of issues affecting people with barriers to community inclusion
  • Experience in developing marketing and public relations materials
  • Web design and desktop publishing proficiency, preferred
  • Experience with event planning and management, preferred
  • Experience with fund development a plus

COMPENSATION

  • 40,000 – 45,000 – Full-Time, Salaried position, with flexible scheduling
  • Health and Dental Insurance Plan
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Two weeks vacation after one year of service, 10 paid holidays and two discretionary leave days.

TO APPLY

Executive Director (Harbor Springs)

Posted 4/15/2015 by MNA

Executive Director of non-profit youth development organization The First Tee of Northern Michigan seeks a full time director to manage day to day operations.

We seek candidates who are strong managers, outstanding communicators, and self-starters with leadership skills. The ED will provide overall management of fiscal and program operations of multiple locations and will provide detailed reports to the board of directors.  The ED will assess the needs of youth in the community and will develop programs to meet those needs.  Experience in youth development or related fields, fundraising and public relations desired.

Position details online at www.thefirstteenorthernmichigan.org

Send resume by May 15 to President, The First Tee of Northern Michigan 4882 Lower Shore Dr., Harbor Springs, MI 49740 or admin@thefirstteenorthernmichigan.org
Coord/Development & Events, SE Michigan (Troy)

Posted 4/15/2015 by MNA

Responsible for researching, identifying, managing and stewarding corporate and business relationships, for fundraising events and athlete competitions. Responsible for generating and growing revenue and building sponsor relationships. Identify opportunities for cash and in- kind (budget relieving) sponsorships. Assist with the development and implementation of SE Michigan signature fundraisers. Responsible for working with third party fundraisers and other SOMI fundraisers. Assist with recruiting, training and overseeing volunteer fundraising committees.

Job Requirements

Bachelor's Degree.
One year of qualifying experience in fund raising, and/or event management as employee or volunteer.
Proficiency with computers; specifically Microsoft Suite.
Valid Driver's License.
Must be able to travel around the state.
Some weekends, evenings and overnights will be required.
Must be able to independently organize work to meet established deadlines, solve problems independently using good judgment, and understand when to seek assistance or guidance from others.
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment.
Will be required to work outside events in a variety of weather and temperatures.
Demonstrated ability to be self-motivated, respectful, and trustworthy.
Desire to have fun while working in an environment of intelligent, highly motivated people.
Ability to communicate effectively and professionally both verbally and in writing.
Demonstrated positive interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability to project a positive, professional image.
Ability to perform the essential functions and requirements of the job.

Apply Here: http://www.jobs.cmich.edu/postings/21485
Assistant Director of Annual Fund (Bloomfield Hills)

Posted 4/14/2015 by MNA

The main responsibilities of this position are managing fundraising programs for primary constituencies of Cranbrook Schools, with particular emphasis on annual giving among parents, parents of graduates and grandparents. In conjunction with the Director of Advancement Operations, works on fundraising strategies, budget and timelines so that annual fund goals are achieved each year. Emphasis on helping cultivate and staff the Development Committee of the Board of Governors by providing timely updates and reports on annual fundraising progress and participation. Helps to identify prospects with the capacity to make contributions at higher giving levels and join the major giving program of the Annual Fund (Twenty-First Century Club at the $1,000 plus levels). This includes managing a portfolio of prospects to cultivate and recommend for major gifts to the Schools and CEC. This individual will work closely with volunteers and staff members of the Cranbrook community on executing solicitation strategies including peer-to-peer contact and annual fund phonathons throughout the school year. Assists in recruiting and training volunteers. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field is required along with three to five years of fundraising experience. To successfully perform the functions of this position, computer proficiency is required especially in Microsoft Word for mail merges, Microsoft Excel for data maintenance, and donor software programs to create giving reports and prospect management.  Valid Michigan driver’s license with satisfactory driving record required.

Interested candidates please send a resume and employment application to humanresources@cranbrook.edu

Employment applications can be downloaded at http://www.cranbrook.edu/employment
HR Specialist (Midland)

Posted 4/13/2015 by MNA

United Way of Midland County is seeking a Human Resources Independent Contractor. The HR Specialist will provide support to several agencies participating in the shared services agreement. Support provided will be for HR governance and administration specific to each agency.

REQUIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or BBA with HR Concentration
  • 3 to 5 years of relevant HR experience
  • Professional HR certification

PREFERRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Masters of Business Administration with HR Concentration
  • 5+ years of relevant HR experience
  • Advance professional HR certification
  • Experience in non-profit or similar industry

Qualified candidates can send resumes, cover letter and references to answers@unitedwaymidland.org by April 24.

Executive Director (Battle Creek)

Posted 4/10/2015 by MNA

VOCES is seeking a dynamic, visionary leader to take the reins of our successful, highly regarded non-profit organization in Battle Creek, Michigan. VOCES promotes an inclusive society by providing Latino/Hispanic families with opportunities and resources that lead to individual and community transformation The new executive director will be a passionate, credible, and an articulate advocate for VOCES mission, someone who leads by example and inspires support from both within and outside the organization. With an entrepreneurial spirit and sound marketing instincts, the new leader will expand VOCES resource base, developing fruitful partnerships and alliances in the community.

The Executive Director is responsible to the board of directors to ensure that the strategic, operational and organizational objectives are accomplished. He/she will be responsible to lead and manage the organization according with the direction set by the Board of Directors. The ED will be responsible for leading the  operations of the organization and will use his/her position to energize new constituents and work collaboratively to secure broad public support for action.

All interested applicants are required to submit a letter of interest (letter should include a personal statement explaining how your experience prepared you to successfully fulfill this position), and resume along with three professional letters of reference no later than April 27th 2015.

Voces seeks to fill this position no later than May 15th

Please send application via email to : kbruba5636@aol.com . Details of the job description available by request.

For more information about Voces visit website: www.vocesbc.org
Grant Writer (Detroit)

Posted 4/10/2015 by MNA

 

Contract Start Date: July 1, with training in late June. The Living Arts Grant Writer will develop and research funding sources as well as write, prepare, and submit grant applications and proposals on behalf of Living Arts.  Contractor is supervised by Living Arts’ Director of Administration and Executive Director, and will work closely with Director of Programs to develop proposals. Expected project time commitment is an average of 6-12 hours weekly. As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, Living Arts recognizes the power of a diverse community and encourages proposals from individuals with varied experiences and backgrounds.

  • Develop strategic narratives, budgets, and attachments for proposals
  • Develop justifications for new proposals and renewals of grants with assistance from Living Arts
  • Acquire and maintain sound knowledge and understanding of Living Arts programs, operations and strategic plan and utilize that information to seek grants that are compatible with the operations, services, and goals of Living Arts
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience with proven success in grant awards
  • Experience with standard concepts, practices, and procedures for researching and writing grant proposals for government, corporate and foundation funds, including Requests for Proposal (RFP)
  • Excellent budgeting, spreadsheet, and internet skills
  • Strong initiative, creativity, and resourcefulness
  • Excellent follow-through and timeliness mandatory

Please e-mail cover letter with proposal including proposed rates,  resume or CV, 3 professional references, two writing samples (one short and one long), and a budget sample (in Excel) to info@livingartsdetroit.org by Friday May 22nd.

Health Innovation Project Coordinator (Okemos)

Posted 4/10/2015 by MNA

Purpose: Coordinate the efforts of staff, collaborators, and subcontractors in order to implement complex, large-scale health innovation projects for clients. Lead collaborative learning networks and project implementation in the areas of healthcare or community health programming. The position requires facilitation skills and collaboration with staff, multiple external partners and vendors.

All applicants must apply online on the Careers page of www.mphi.org, no emailed, mailed or faxed resumes will be accepted.

MPHI is an EEO/AA employer and prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.

MPHI participates with E-Verify.

Production Manager/Technical Director (Detroit)

Posted 4/9/2015 by MNA

 

A full-time position responsible for budgeting/ scheduling/coordinating the work of various technical contractors and Mosaic staff related to production.  Oversees the cost effectiveness/planning of the entire production process; is responsible for set construction /coordinating necessary maintenance of tech equipment/ facilities/supplies.

Responsibilities include:

  • Develop yearly production calendars with artistic team
  • Attend weekly production meetings as scheduled and additional meetings as needed;
  • Work with show Director/technical contractors to plan technical aspects of productions.
  • Distribute information to Mosaic staff, technical contractors and other key stakeholders as needed;
  • Determine necessary technical supports
  • Assist guest designers with technical matters.
  • Hire, supervise set construction crews within budgetary constraints and assist with set construction and stage management.
  • Hire and supervise load-in, load-out and run crews within budgetary constraints.
  • Monitor condition of equipment
  • Assist with preparation/management/communication of production budgets; maintain inventories and order production supplies.
  • Plan/prepare/manage strike and tech week schedule
  • Final review of production expenses with Associate Artistic Director
  • Act as Technical support to First-Stage Technical Stagecraft Lead Teaching-Artist.
  • Act as Scenic Designer and/or Lighting Designer for all Main Stage productions.
  • Act as Scenic and/or Lighting Designer for Studio Productions.
  • Act as Master Carpenter on all productions.
  • Oversee/maintain Black Box Theatre, and Scene Shop/Storage.
  • Participate in Tech Contractor hiring process.
  • Handle facility needs/serve as liaison at Mosaic’s office location, working with onsite UPSM facility staff.
  • Responsible for management of Mosaic's main office building facilities.
To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume, three references to hr@mosaicdetroit.org; subject:
Production Manager/Technical Director.
No phone calls please.
Funding Development Manager (Grand Ledge)

Posted 4/9/2015 by MNA

This position leads development of funding strategies and grant proposals and conducts research to identify funding sources to support our clients’ needs.

Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years experience performing comparable duties
  • Bachelor’s Degree completion
  • Well-organized with great attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability in juggling and prioritizing numerous tasks concurrently
  • Documented success in grant proposal writing
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Apple experience preferred
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing

Responsibilities

  • Facilitate client meetings, including developing agendas, driving discussions toward defined next steps, providing recommendations, and conducting follow-up
  • Draft, refine, edit, and finalize grant applications, program descriptions, case statements, and other documentation to support funding cultivation for client programs
  • Conduct funding research to proactively identify sources for supporting client initiatives and develop strategies to align funding sources with client priorities
  • Lead client projects in collaboration with other team members and in accordance with contracted scopes of work, timelines, and hour allocations
  • Adhere to processes and procedures, and help maintain and improve work product and client management procedures
  • Contribute to business development through leading or participating in meetings with existing and prospective clients and by supporting the development of Kuntzsch Solutions service proposals
  • Communicate professionally and effectively with clients, partners, and colleagues through email, phone, and in person

Benefits

  • Salaried position, compensation commensurate with experience
  • Competitive medical benefits
  • IRA with employer match
Qualified candidates should submit resumes to HR@kuntzschsolutions.com.
Director of Finance/Controller (Southfield)

Posted 4/8/2015 by MNA

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, a premier Senior Living and Service Organization invites qualified leaders to join our leadership team. Great compensation and benefits package including Paid Time Off, Bonus and Retirement plan with match.

Director of Finance/Controller

Responsible for maintaining, recording, and analyzing financial accounting transactions through the preparation of monthly financial statements, annual audits and tax reporting.  Assist the VP of Finance in providing finance and accounting services throughout the organization by providing assistance/trouble shooting on recordkeeping and accounting systems; assisting in the preparation of annual budgets; maintaining a system of internal controls to ensure accurate recordkeeping.  Provide advice, assist, support, train and guide business office personnel at the PVM Villages and supervise Corporate Finance department.

Candidate must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree with major in Accounting.
  • Certified Public Accounting Certificate
  • Ten to fifteen years related experience

Computer Skills

  • Intermediate to expert knowledge of spreadsheet and database software.
  • Experience with MAS-GL accounting software helpful.
  • Experience with BlackBaud Financial Edge software helpful.

To apply visit www.pvm.org to complete application, upload resume, and complete assessment that follows application.   EOE

Executive Director (Troy)

Posted 4/8/2015 by MNA

SMACNA (Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association) Metropolitan Detroit Chapter is actively seeking a candidate to fulfill the role of Executive Director. This position desires a minimum 4 year Bachelor’s Degree and at least 10 years working in the HVAC or Association industry (construction association experience is highly preferred). Candidate must have strong experience in the following areas: public relations, meeting / planning, labor relations, industry relations, governmental affairs, budgeting / financial management and Association Management administration. Excellent communication and problem solving skills are required. Candidate must be willing to travel 4-6 times annually. Full time position comes with excellent Salary, Car Allowance, Health Benefits, Vacation and 401K. Send resume or email request for full job description at smacnadresume@gmail.com. Application deadline April 30, 2015.
Senior Advisor to President on Leadership Gifts (Detroit)

Posted 4/8/2015 by MNA

 

This position is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for securing philanthropic support from a portfolio of individual donor prospects determined to have the ability to make leadership gifts (50K+).  They will manage a portfolio of such individuals, including identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding the leadership gifts, primarily working with and utilizing the President of the Sphinx Organization.

Successful candidates will possess the following basic qualities:

  • Passion and deep understanding of Sphinx’s mission and core values
  • Exceptionally driven
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Highly dynamic and adaptive
  • Strong sense of accountability and professional ownership
  • Fluency with technology and commitment to creativity and innovation

Main responsibilities of the position include:

  • Manage prospect activity for his/her portfolio
  • Participate in all aspects of the gift cycle
  • Work with the President to design asking strategies, including bringing gifts to closure
  • Work with President to identify strong prospects for Board addition, with high personal and network capacity
  • Maintain stewardship portfolios, ensure a high level of cultivation, utilizing the President of the organization
  • Work collaboratively with the rest of the development Team

To Apply

Please submit salary history/requirements, cover letter and resume to info@sphinxmusic.org.  Resumes accepted until position is filled.
Chief Development Officer (Detroit)

Posted 4/6/2015 by MNA

The Chief Development Officer administers and supervises all fundraising programs for the organization including corporate fundraising, direct mail, special events, and proposal/grant writing and planned giving. The CDO also oversees public relations, marketing, major gift cultivation, donor cultivation and donor database management, volunteers and event planning. The CDO works closely with the CEO to cultivate and maintain donor relationships. He/she also works with the Board of Directors and the Development Committee Chair to cultivate board contributions. Please submit resumes with cover letters including salary requirement to: Joyce Johnson-Maples, Chief Human Resources Officer, 26 Peterboro, Detroit, MI 48201 or jmaples@cotsdetroit.org
Resources Specialist (Detroit)

Posted 4/6/2015 by MNA

The Passport to Self-Sufficiency Resource Development Specialist is responsible for the administration, coordination, and development of resources for COTS’ Passport to Self-Sufficiency™. The Passport to Self-Sufficiency™ (PTS) is a poverty reduction and alleviation framework used across all programs and projects in the agency.  Relevant, strategic, well-choreographed resources and a multi-pronged team approach are key provisions in navigating families from poverty to self-sufficiency. The PTS Framework consists of five (5) domains of engagement/intervention: Housing Stability, Financial Literacy, Education/Training, Career Training and Development, and Health & Well-being.  A robust group of partners must be maintained across each of these domains.  The PTS Resource Development Specialist should have an existing network of relationships that can be leveraged with our (COTS) existing network of relationships. This position also requires robust multi-faceted community engagement (i.e. agencies, families, organizations, councils, committees). Please submit resumes to: Joyce Johnson-Maples, Chief HR Officer, 26 Peterboro, Detroit, MI 48201; or jmaples@cotsdetroit.org
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 nancy@michigantrails.org.

Clinical Case Manager - Trauma Focused (Detroit)

Posted 4/6/2015 by MNA

General Description

The Clinical Case Manager for the Trauma Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy program conducts assessment of trauma symptoms on all assigned youth, delivers Trauma-Focused services, and completes all required documentation for the program.  Works collaboratively with the members of the treatment team to ensure treatment fidelity in the delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.

Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology. Two years of institution experience desired.

Must be able to meet State Licensing Standards, and should be able to be registered as a Social Worker, Counselor or Licensed Psychologist. This requires a telephone in the home and computer competency.

Submit resume' via email to jwiser@spectrumhuman.org via fax to 734-513-1144
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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28 W. Adams, Suite 1500
Detroit, MI 48226
313.394.1980
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330 Marshall St, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48912
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