Posting Date: 10/26/2020
Organization: Detroit Public Television
City Position is Located: Wixom
Position Description (include how to apply):

Detroit Public TV is seeking a Senior Major Gifts Officer. The Senior Major Gifts Officer at DPTV and WRCJ 90.9FM are responsible for raising funds and planned gifts from major and leadership donors ($1,000+ and $10,000+) to support DPTV AND WRCJ-FM’s mission and operations.

Essential Functions

  • Develop relationships with a portfolio of approximately 150-200 major donors, including existing and newly developed donors.
  • Qualify and tier donors in the portfolio on a semi-annual basis and as new donors self-identify.
  • Develop individual, monthly cash-flowed plans for each donor in the MGO’s portfolio, utilizing the Moves Management process and internal resources (staff, board, programming, marketing, etc.) as appropriate to grow donors over time.
  • Participate by learning about programming, obtaining needed information from the organization, and turning around donor communications to meet the needs of individual donor plans.
  • Conduct one-on-one visits to qualify, cultivate, and solicit donors to increase giving.
  • Achieve annual fundraising goal and assisting in meeting unit goals
  • Document and record all activities in Salesforce CRM.
  • Demonstrate a passion for the importance, urgency, exclusivity, and power of public media to improve lives, and a desire to work in a trusted organization that serves the educational, cultural, and informational needs of the community.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Please submit resumes to

Posting Date: 10/23/2020
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Organization: Suite 2012
City Position is Located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

Suite 2012 is seeking a Development Associate to grow with our company. The Development Associate directly supports day-to-day needs of the Suite 2012 team and clients (4 consultants and 5 nonprofits) and will assist with the execution of all fund development functions. The ideal candidate has an interest in grant writing, individual/major donor engagement and event production. The Development Associate is a self-starter and creative problem solver, as this role will be approximately 80% correspondence, administrative and project management work, and 20% strategizing and brainstorming.

This position entails the viewing and processing of confidential and sensitive information, requires flexible hours, the ability to work remotely and at various work sites. A successful candidate will transition to a Fund Development Consultant. The Development Associate:

  • Will manage calendars of two executives; maintain organization files; prepare meeting materials; build and maintain client databases; research, identify funding opportunities and more.
  • Is exceptionally well-organized, detail-oriented, and has strong interpersonal skills
  • Writes and speaks with clarity and precision
  • Aspires to deliver exemplary customer service 
  • Has experience or familiarity interacting with databases and Customer Relationship Management platforms (Salesforce, Fluxx, Avaza) 
  • Skillfully operates Microsoft Office 365 and Google platforms; is tech savvy with apps and virtual meetings
  • Has a bachelor’s degree, a minimum of two years nonprofit and administrative experience 

Qualified professionals with an affinity for promoting social well-being and working with charitable organizations should email a cover letter and resume to

Posting Date: 10/16/2020
Organization: The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan (BCFM)
City Position is Located: Farmington Hills
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Director of Development serves as a key leadership team member and an active strategic partner in decisions affecting the children, adults, and families served by The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan (BCFM), formerly the Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan (CLF). In partnership with the President and CEO, this position is responsible for all fundraising and development activities. The Director, Development will design and implement a comprehensive plan for developing key external alliances by cultivating individual, corporate, and institutional philanthropic support.

The successful candidate will operate in a metrics-driven environment to forge new relationships to build The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan’s financial resources, impact and visibility across the state. The Director of Development will have the primary responsibility to establish and implement the infrastructure needed to grow revenue to meet the strategic goals of the organization, through the development of gift pipelines, solicitation of major gifts, federal and state grants, corporate and foundation support, management of special events, annual giving and other areas of philanthropic activity. The selected candidate will identify, expand, and diversify BCFM’s donor base, pipeline, and work closely with other team members to secure funding for new initiatives. The Director of Development will work closely with the BoD and assist high-level volunteers as they take on a more active fundraising role. The winning candidate will demonstrate the ability to manage up to the CEO and members of the BoD, providing a consistent schedule of development activities. It is expected that the revenue raised by The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan will increase in future years as the Director of Development systematically and effectively strengthens the organizations.

To apply please go to and upload. 

Posting Date: 10/07/2020
Organization: Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County
City Position is Located: Ann Arbor
Position Description (include how to apply):

Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County is urgently seeking to add multiple qualified therapists to our growing Behavioral Health Services department to help meet rapidly increasing needs in our community. Salaried full- and half-time benefit-eligible positions OR unit-compensated (for less than half-time) positions available for fully licensed LMSW, LLMSW,  or Ph.D. psychologist providing individual, family/marital, substance abuse treatment, and group therapy. Minimum two years post-MSW professional experience in outpatient setting required, with proven ability to deliver effective short-term, solution-focused treatment in an outpatient setting. 

For less than half-time, session/unit rates for qualified, credentialed therapists range from $27-$35 per session. Anticipated salaried, benefit-eligible rate to begin at $38,000 (prorated based on FTE). Total compensation for therapists maintaining required benefit level eligibility will include a competitive salary, exceptional benefits plan with generous employer contribution, plus paid time off with an additional 14 paid holidays per year. Must be able to maintain minimum weekly required caseload/minimum required FTE to be eligible for benefits. 

Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County is proud to celebrate 60 years of exceptional service within our community. If you are a qualified professional interested in a rewarding career opportunity with an established organization, we encourage you to apply today.

Qualified candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including salary requirements to No phone or email inquiries, please. EOE.

Posting Date: 09/30/2020
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Organization: CARE House of Oakland County
City Position is Located: Pontiac
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Director of Communications and Grants is an integral part of CARE House’s management team. CARE House is proud of the work we do, and we strive to be a responsive and ethical environment for both the team members that work here as well as the children and families we assist. You will work closely with the President and CEO and the Director of Philanthropy to raise funds that support our mission. In addition, you will be the “voice” of CARE House, as you communicate with our constituents.


  • Research, write, and submit thorough grant proposals and reporting to the following entities: State of Michigan – Three (3) major grants, Corporate Foundations, Private and Public Foundations
  • Maintain a grant tracking system within RE NXT (Raiser’s Edge) to identify and follow up on the status of grant submissions.
  • Maintain the following communications systems: Monthly communications calendar – including email, social media, and print communications. Website and social media pages. Blog.
  • Write event scripts, annual appeal and acknowledgment letters
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

Education Required: Bachelor’s degree.

Experience Required: Two (2) years of experience writing grants for a nonprofit organization.

Other Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and proof of automobile insurance.  Minimal travel to training locations and fundraising events.  Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.  Must be able to use Microsoft Word and Excel computer programs.

Along with a cover letter and resume, please submit three (3) examples of your writing to

Posting Date: 09/29/2020
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Organization: Mercy Education Project
City Position is Located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

Mercy Education Project seeks an experienced non-profit development professional as a Data Coordinator. The Data Coordinator is responsible for all donor and fund development data utilizing Raiser’s Edge NXT. The Data Coordinator is a key member of the fund development department, assisting with the execution of the organization’s fundraising plan/strategy to support the agency’s mission and strategic goals.

Areas of responsibility include: performing data audits and reconciliations with QuickBooks, retaining and updating donor information, creating, sending and tracking donor acknowledgment letters, running queries, reports, and mailings, and creating donor profiles. This position is also responsible for fully implementing Raisers Edge NXT dashboard for all members of the development team and the Executive Director.

Requirements: 3+ years of experience working with Raiser's Edge fundraising software; Bachelor’s Degree; Demonstrated knowledge of database best practices and procedures; Demonstrated experience using Microsoft Office Suite including MS Word and Excel; Demonstrated strong organizational and conceptual skills with an eye to detail; Demonstrated strong communication skills both verbal and in writing; Cultural competence; Demonstrated ability to meet pressing deadlines; Ability to sit and work in front of a computer screen for extended periods of time; Commitment to MEP’s values and mission.

Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Heidi Raubenolt, Executive Director,

Posting Date: 09/29/2020
Organization: Michigan College Access Network
City Position is Located: Lansing
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Program Supervisor of the College Completion Corps (CCC) is a new position to Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) as we expand our commitment to AmeriCorps and our college success programming. Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Program Supervisor will help launch the program, including supervising 20 full-time Coaches across the state.

The College Completion Corps is an AmeriCorps-funded program that places college completion coaches on community college campuses across the state to support students in successfully retaining, persisting and completing a postsecondary certificate or degree.

The ideal candidate is self-motivated, technically-capable, detail-oriented and has the ability to prioritize multiple tasks in a fast-paced, innovative environment. Having a tolerance for ambiguity and an adventuresome outlook will help ensure success within MCAN’s work and culture. A strong commitment and understanding of the role of college access in addressing racism and equity is essential. An understanding of the federal AmeriCorps program will be helpful as well. This position is currently grant-funded.

To view the full position description, please go here >>

MCAN believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.
MCAN is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages people from all backgrounds to apply. For questions related to this position, please email Vicky Wright, Director of Operations, at To apply, please submit résumé and cover letter to We encourage you to apply by October 26, 2020.

Posting Date: 10/28/2020
Organization: S.A.F.E. Place
City Position is Located: Battle Creek
Position Description (include how to apply):

This position provides financial management, payroll and benefits administration, and basic human resources management at S.A.F.E. Place. S.A.F.E. Place exists to provide safety to, empower and advocate for victims of domestic violence and sex trafficking and their families.

Essential Functions:

  • Financial management including monthly reconciliations, monthly financial statements for the Board of Directors, accounts payable, donation deposits, and preparation of annual budget.
  • Maintenance of all agency accounting records in conformance with GAAP.
  • Coordinates the annual financial audit and prepares the organization's Annual Financial Report.
  • Works together with key staff to develop and maintain overall grant strategy, provide financial forecasts, and inform fund development activities.
  • Monitors spending and prepare monthly grant reimbursement request in accordance with federal and state grant funding requirements.
  • Prepares and enters payroll data into the online system, submits benefits plan funding, and analyzes and reconciles all documentation.
  • Administers health and benefits plans, including enrollments, worker's compensation, terminations, and unemployment insurance.
  • Conducts new-employee hiring process and orientations; coordinates with the appropriate department for onboarding activities.
  • Ensures organizational compliance with applicable labor and healthcare laws, codes, and regulations.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in business, finance, human resources, accounting, or related program.
  • Minimum 3-5 years of work experience in a related field.
  • Experience with nonprofit accounting and/or federal grant accounting.
  • Proficiency with accounting software; QuickBooks preferred.

For a full job description and desired qualifications, please visit Rolling application process until the position is filled. Contact with questions or to submit a resume and cover letter.

Posting Date: 10/28/2020
Organization: Mediation & Restorative Services
City Position is Located: Muskegon, MI
Position Description (include how to apply):

Mediation & Restorative Services provides mediation and other alternative dispute resolution services to the residents of Muskegon, Oceana, Mason & Manistee Counties utilizing highly trained and committed volunteers & staff.  We are committed to the tenets and practices of Restorative Justice in a variety of settings, including our EXIT Program, where felony convicted people improve work skills and reengaging with their family and their community. 

The Executive Director:

  • Monitors and directs all operations of the organization; identifying systemic challenges, program effectiveness, engaging in collaborative problem-solving efforts and processes for improvement. 
  • Develops and deepens working relationships with community organizations, courts, businesses, volunteers and community members. 
  • Identifies funding and program opportunities to provide additional support and sustainability.  In partnership with the Board of Directors, develops and implements organizational fundraising opportunities
  • Manages human resource issues for all staff members including: hiring, benefits, clearances, evaluations, corrective actions, and terminations
  • Supports and recruits community volunteers, ensuring that required training is provided and meets all necessary requirements
  • Provides programmatic support and supervision to Mediation Program Case Managers and EXIT Program Supervisor

Qualified Candidates will have:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social work, conflict resolution, public administration, or related field.   
  • Previous relevant management experience in areas such as non-profit program development, finance, strategic planning, community engagement and operations.   Experience with or knowledge of mediation, alternative dispute resolution, and restorative justice concepts and practices is preferred. 

To Apply: Please send a resume & cover letter by email to

Posting Date: 10/28/2020
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Organization: Detroit Public Schools Foundation
City Position is Located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Detroit Public Schools Foundation (DPSF) is seeking a Development Associate with a proven track record securing gifts from foundations, corporate giving programs, and individuals.  Must be familiar with the local philanthropic landscape and able to simultaneously manage a wide variety of fundraising activities and changing paradigms.  

For a full job description, please visit Interested applicants please submit a cover letter and resume to Subject Line: DPSF DA Position. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. 

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