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Posting Date: 08/17/2017
City Position is located: Redford
Position Description (include how to apply):

Methodist Children's Home Society is looking for dedicated, passionate, and professional case workers for our Child Welfare program. The ideal candidate(s) possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in a Social Sciences related field, with CWTI Training and previous experience working in a Licensing or Foster Care role. Cross training in a multitude of areas is a plus. Candidates will work with families and at-risk youth, attempting to connect the two to complete forever loving families and find a home for children in need. Some of these duties include:

Forumlating case plans & writing case reports.
Provide follow-up services and supervision to adoptive families.
Compile statistics, prepare reports, maintain files of clients.
Represent the agency in court, accurately testifying about the progress of cases.
Make assessments and recommendations based on the bes tinterest of clients.
Assess foster families and their homes for the ability to care for children and compliance with regulations. 
Complete evaluations of prospective and currently licensed foster homes.
Investigate complaints that relate to the care of children in the home.

MCHS offers a wealth of benefits to our employees including (but not limited to): generous paid time off, 100% employer sponsored health benefits, a wonderful 80 acre campus, pension plan, and a dedication to promotion from within.

Should you be interested in working with MCHS, please visit our careers board at the website below:
methodistchildrenshomesociety.theresumator.com/apply

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Posting Date: 08/17/2017
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City Position is located: Lansing
Position Description (include how to apply):

Safe Routes to School Programs Coordinator

The Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) is seeking a Programs Coordinator for the Lansing-based Safe Routes to School (SRTS) office. The Programs Coordinator is responsible for Developing, planning, and coordinating state-wide SRTS programming initiatives. The selected candidate will work with applicant communities to develop SRTS programming that fits their needs; coordinate, develop, and provide SRTS training; coordinate and deliver SRTS action planning and application development technical assistance; provide training and outreach to increase walking, bicycling, and rolling to school with a focus on underserved communities; assist with subcontractor reporting, and develop supporting materials as needed. Position is exempt and reports to Director of SRTS.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

• Provide technical assistance to school/community applicants that results in high-quality, measurable non-infrastructure programming.

• Conduct technical assistance site visits as requested to help schools/communities to build capacity and develop successful non-infrastructure programming initiatives, and to provide support to mini-grant programming award recipients.

• As a part of team, conduct SR2S trainings/presentations.

• Provide technical assistance to applicants who are in the process of developing action plans and federal funding applications. 

• Conduct site visits with communities as requested to help them develop the most competitive applications possible.

• Plan/coordinate Walk/Bike to School Day events for Michigan.

EDUCATION: 

B.A. or B.S. in community development, health promotion, education, urban planning, or related fields. Master’s degree preferred.

For complete job description, visit: 

http://saferoutesmichigan.org/2017/08/16/were-hiring-a-program-coordinator/

Send cover letter, resume, and references to:

MTAckerman@michiganfitness.org

Indicate “Programs Coordinator-II” in subject line

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 8, or until suitable candidate is identified

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Posting Date: 08/11/2017
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City Position is located: Lansing MI
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Michigan Humanities Council seeks to hire two dynamic people as Program Officers.  Both full-time exempt positions are funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.   These positions will serve as the federal grant liaison, manage policy, the employee benefits program, and programs such as the Great Michigan Read, and Poetry Out Loud.  Each position will have its own set of responsibilities based on the right person’s skills.  Strategic planning, grants and program management, passion for and experience with humanities, and board/committee background is a must.  Excellent organizational, writing and verbal skills are essential.  We offer salary commensurate with experience, an excellent employee benefits package, and outstanding work environment.  Bachelor’s degree with Master’s degree preferred in the humanities field.  Demonstrated excellence in writing, and experience with grants, policy, and programs.  Evidence of work with boards and staff team.  Experience with humanities and public programming preferred.   MHC is a non-discriminating, at-will employer.  Interested candidates should submit a cover letter outlining specific qualifications for this position, a current resume, and a list of three professional references to:

Shelly Hendrick Kasprzycki, Executive Director
Michigan Humanities Council
119 Pere Marquette Drive, Suite 3B
Lansing, MI 48912-1270
Tel: 517-372-7770
Fax: 517-372-0027

Electronic submission is encouraged to sjackson@mihumanities.org.  Review of applications will begin on Monday, August  21, 2017, and the positions will remain open until filled. 

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Posting Date: 08/08/2017
City Position is located: Lansing
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Access to Justice (ATJ) Campaign seeks an experienced development professional with a strong commitment to helping low-income people obtain access to justice. The Access to Justice Campaign Coordinator will be an advisor and guide the Steering Committee and local committees to develop annual solicitation strategies, timelines and materials.

The Campaign Coordinator will execute the solicitation plan with the various fundraising committees. At this time, the Michigan State Bar Foundation will be hiring one experienced development professional. Employed by the Michigan State Bar Foundation, the position reports on a regular basis to the Foundation's Executive Director and on a quarterly basis to the Statewide Campaign Steering Committee.

Staff and other support will be available to assist the ATJ Fund Campaign Coordinator. As the campaign grows, expanding the staff for the ATJ Campaign will be considered. The position will require travel within Michigan; it will work out of Lansing, but there is flexibility for some telecommuting.

For more details about the Campaign Coordinator Position's qualification and responsibilities go to: www.msbf.org/MSBFATJFundJobAnnouncement8-17.pdf

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Posting Date: 08/08/2017
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

Reading Works is a nonprofit organization with a mission of improving adult literacy in metro Detroit.  Reading Works does not offer direct programs but instead serves as a backbone agency providing support and structure to selected literacy providers (Impact Partners) for regional impact.  

The Administrative Associate reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for office and database management, administrative responsibilities including event planning, communications and basic bookkeeping tasks, and maintenance of equipment and the website and social media accounts.

This is a full-time salaried position; part-time hours may be considered.  Salary commensurate with experience.  

There are opportunities for increased responsibilities and leadership in the organization.

Administrative Assistance

  • Process deposits, check requests, and invoices
  • File and maintain files 
  • Prepare and copy materials for meetings and events
  • Provide general administrative support of the executive director

Resource Development 

  • Enter and maintain data in donor relationship management system (DonorPerfect)
  •  Create and mail acknowledgment letters Office Management
  • Oversee and maintain office equipment, services, and supplies
  • Troubleshoot technology issues
  • Answer phones and advise callers interested in programs or volunteeringCommunications
  • Manage updates to the website and social media accounts
  • Create emails using email marketing service
  • Assist with email and written communications
  • Assist with event planning and implementation

Desired experience and knowledge:

  • Relevant work experience; nonprofit administrative experience, helpful
  • Thorough knowledge of MS Office and ability to learn online systems quickly
  • Knowledge of DonorPerfect or other donor relationship management system desirable
  • Ability to maintain a solid understanding of and passion for adult literacy programs and initiatives

For a full position description, go to
http://readingworksdetroit.flywheelsites.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/adminassocposition.pdf

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Posting Date: 07/31/2017
City Position is located: Ann Arbor
Position Description (include how to apply):

Development & Communications Manager

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Ann Arbor is currently seeking a Development & Communications Manager.  This individual will be responsible for providing and overseeing the implementation of all fund development, communications and marketing/public relations efforts.  This position will report to the Director of Development.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Lead and execute annual signature fundraising event, Red Shoe Affair
  • Identify, cultivate and solicit new sources of funding for cash and in-kind contributions.
  • Coordinate annual campaign materials and mailings.
  • Create electronic newsletters, design and implement distribution list and schedule.
  • Act as liaison to all third party organizations/agencies interested in raising funds to support our House.
  • Progressive work experience in Fund Development, Marketing Communications, public or community relations and/or related fields. Experience in non-profit preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, organize and implement several projects simultaneously.
  • Excellent time, project management, organizational, and written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Grant writing, case statements and direct mailing writing experience essential.
  • Very strong computer skills including Microsoft Office, Excel or comparable database experience.
  • Professional demeanor to interact with the Board of Directors, volunteers, staff and community.

To see a full job description, see www.rmhcannarbor.org 

To apply please forward your resume and cover letter to kkelly@rmh-annarbor.org.

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Posting Date: 07/28/2017
City Position is located: Lansing
Position Description (include how to apply):

STVCC seeks a highly motivated leader that has an energetic attitude that embraces our mission, vision and core values with exceptional interpersonal skills, while understanding the importance of relationship building as our Director of Development.  We are in the initial stages of launching a capital campaign to build capacity and advance our mission over time.  S/He is expected to be a strategic leader who can elevate STVCC’s fundraising and ensure that it prospers.  With exceptional ethics and accountability, the Director will be responsible for all development efforts to ensure the strategic positioning of STVCC in the regional market as the first choice for donors.  The successful candidate will be mission driven and report directly to and support the CEO.    

SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES MUST HAVE: 

Education:  Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred.  CFRE Certification preferred.

Experience:  

  • 5-10 years of exceptional strategic leadership and ability to demonstrate experience in all development activities and understanding the breadth of philanthropic fundraising.  
  • Must be able to demonstrate leadership experience with a capital campaign, securing major gifts/endowments, and planned giving programs.  
  • Must possess the ability to establish and maintain a positive presence in the community through the development of relationships with all stakeholders (including Diocese/Parish representatives, Board members, donors, and volunteers).  
  • Experience with a non-profit or faith based organization, Catholic preferred.  
  • Must be willing to support and promote the core values and mission of STVCC. 

SEND REPLY TO:

St. Vincent Catholic Charities

Maria Zdybel 

Director of Administrative Services

2800 West Willow Street

Lansing, MI 48917

Fax: 517-886-1191

jobs@stvcc.org 

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Posting Date: 08/01/2017
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City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

About the Company:  The Detroit Police Athletic League is a private, nonprofit corporation that, in partnership with individual volunteers and the Detroit Police Department, builds character in young people through athletic, academic, and leadership programs. The company is results-oriented, and driven by its values of excellence, personal growth, and humility.

Desirable Credentials, Skills and Traits:

Bachelors Degree Two years of experience in database management Ability to work independently and establish relationships Team player

Responsible for:

  • Campaign/ Board meetings and minutes Campaign Leadership Team Meetings/set-up/meeting notices and follow- up Provide Campaign Accountability Report/updates weekly Coordinates all recruitment and communication and events associated with the Alumni of Detroit PAL
  • Manages E-Tapestry data/ provide data input of each donation into E-tapestry for both campaign and annual giving – correcting information with new address/name etc.
  • Sends out thank-you letters for each individual donation received from any source/provides departmental filing
  • Reconciles monthly giving with finance for both campaign and annual donation.
  • Provides individual reports for various events/activities/mail appeals etc. when needed
  • Provide direct management of media/communication workforce development members and support to the Banquet Center in securing rentals from corporations, organizations, churches, individuals and other groups
  • Performing other duties as assigned and undertake special projects

Detroit PAL is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Deadline for accepting resumes will be 8/10/2017. 

Please send resume to:  HR@detroitpal.org

Deadline for resume submissions:  Wednesday July 5, 2017

                                               NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

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Posting Date: 07/20/2017
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):
  • Responsible for the strategy, execution, and evaluation of the organization’s fund development program.  
  • Establishes development policies, procedures, and systems.
  • Develops and submits grant proposals for funds from private foundations, corporations, and government agencies.
  • Organizes solicitation drives for pledges of ongoing support from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
  • Responsible for coordinating the organization’s giving fundraising activities.
  • Cultivates and develops new relationships with individuals and corporations to raise and leverage both financial and non-financial resources.

As a member of the Executive Team, help set the organization’s strategic direction and contribute to the entire organization’s successful execution of the strategic plan.

Five (5) years of related experience in Fund Development, Marketing, Public Relations, ten (10) years preferred.

Five (5) years of supervisory and management skills. 

Five (5) years of administrative/ management experience directing all aspects of a comprehensive Fund Development Department with demonstrated success. 

Certified Fund Raising Executive certification preferred but not required.

Experience in writing, articulating and implementing Strategic Fund Development Department Plans, including all areas of fundraising, community relations/brand marketing and volunteer services. 

Effective presence, verbal/written communication and presentation skills necessary to interact with a variety of internal and external constituencies as well as engage a wide range of donors and build long-term relationships.

Highly developed public and interpersonal speaking skills, including the capacity to inspire and motivate staff, donors, prospects, board members and volunteers. 

Demonstrated experience of having expanded and cultivated existing donor relationships over time, including "closing management" skills (i.e., researching, cultivating, soliciting, and closing major gifts). 

Strong organizational and time management skills.

Ability to set priorities, manage simultaneous priorities and meet deadlines. 

Flexible and adaptable style; a leader who can positively impact both strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives. 

 Please contact Iris Tate:

Human Resources Assistant
Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit
3111 Grand River Ave. Detroit, MI. 48208
Main Phone: 313-964-3900
Direct Line: 313-557-8766

ITate@goodwilldetroit.org

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Posting Date: 07/25/2017
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City Position is located: Southfield, MI 48034
Position Description (include how to apply):

Personal Thoughts from the Chairperson, AAA 1-B Board of Directors

Our Agency is special and deserves a special leader.  This Agency has been led by only two individuals over its 40-year history.   Times of fundamental change, both because of this leadership change, but also because of the ever-present changes within national health policy, can be uncomfortable.  They also offer an exciting opportunity to take stock of our accomplishments and open ourselves to the next phase of development.  We seek an individual to lead us through that process and help us create an even better future.

We need a CEO who can assess the organization quickly, integrate the current talent into a strong leadership team, deliver on strategic objectives, and incorporate meaningful performance-based incentives. We are looking for an individual with strong non-profit experience in a field related to service to Older Adults.  A successful candidate needs to have led a complex organization in a highly regulated environment and understand the convergence of health services and home and community-based services for older adults.  The individual must have the competencies and leadership characteristics that would best position our organization for growth and continued programmatic success.  The Agency has a history of leadership and innovation, and needs a CEO who is experienced working on the leading edge of innovation.

INTERESTED?  Send cover letter/resume in one document to Lisa Dailey, HR Manager at ldailey@aaa1b.com.  Put CEO CANDIDATE – YOUR NAME as the subject. Phone: 248.262.9218.  Complete CEO Job Description is on our website at:http://h.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=9587038&portalID=47417

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