Reports to: Senior Financial Analyst
Employment Status Classification: Full Time Salary
Job Description Summary:
The Financial Analyst is a key member of the Community Housing Network’s Accounting team. The position is responsible for monitoring budget vs. actual expenses for programs/grants and communication with program directors to ensure adherence to grant, state and federal guidelines.
- Assistance in coordinating the annual audit and lead funding agency audits
- Key role in the annual operating budget development
- Integral part of the month-end closing process as it pertains to grant-related journal entries, bank reconciliations and financial statement analysis
- Maintain understanding of grant/contract guidelines and allowable costs
- Preparation of quarterly Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA)
- Participate in monthly budget meetings with program directors and provide accounting support as needed
- Assist with other accounting duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
- Minimum 5 years of experience in general accounting and budgeting. Non-profit and/or grant accounting preferred
- Detail oriented, organized and analytical
- Ability to review current work processes to determine areas for improvement and increased internal controls
- Proficiency in Excel, as well as a solid understanding of integrated financial management systems- Blackbaud/Financial Edge experience a plus
- Strong communication skills with an ability to work effectively in a team environment
- Experience with HUD grants a plus
Transportation Requirements: There are not any Transportation Requirements
While performing the functions of this job, the position is both sedentary and at times requires the ability to be active including standing, bending, lifting and/or arranging files and office products and supplies and may require employee to periodically stand on a short step stool to access files.
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The Michigan Nonprofit Association AmeriCorps VISTA Program is a cohort of 32 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 32 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from August 8, 2017 to August 7, 2018. We are seeking candidates to serve at the following host sites:
- Adoption Option, Inc. (Midland)
- Alma College (Alma)
- Alcona Community Schools (Alpena)
- Alternatives for Girls (Detroit)
- Battle Creek College Access Network (Battle Creek)
- Capital Area College Access Network (Lansing)
- Carson City-Crystal Schools (Carson City)
- Char-Em United Way (Petoskey)
- Communities in Schools of Michigan (Lansing)
- Davenport University (Grand Rapids)
- Delta College (University City)
- Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD (Sault Ste Marie)
- Ferris State University (Big Rapids)
- Ferris State University (Grand Rapids)
- Heart of West Michigan United Way (Grand Rapids)
- Lenawee Community Foundation (Tecumseh)
- Oakland University (Pontiac)
- Read Muskegon (Muskegon)
- School-to-Career Progressions (Grand Rapids)
- St. Ignace Chamber of Commerce (St. Ignace)
- The ROCK Center for Youth Development (Midland)
- University of Michigan College of Pharmacy (Ann Arbor)
- University of Michigan Flint (Flint)
- Urban Neighborhood Initiatives Detroit (Detroit)
- Washtenaw Literacy (Ypsilanti)
- Wayne County College Access Network, SEMCA (Taylor)
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
- 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, professional development, and more!
Positions must be filled by June 16th, so apply today at http://bit.ly/VISTA2017-2018.
The Macomb Children’s Healthcare Access Program (MCHAP) Community Health Worker will collaborate with social service agencies, healthcare providers, health plans and other community partners to provide coordinated healthcare services for children/ youth who are eligible for or receiving Medicaid. S/he assesses and prioritizes children’s needs and provides information and resources to ensure optimal health of Macomb county children/youth.
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with certification as a social worker (State of Michigan) LBSW or LMSW (preferred)
Minimum Related Experience: Experience with vulnerable youth/families; Past experience in the areas of public health, community health, case management, or patient advocacy (preferred)
- Assesses client’s needs using in-person or telephone assessment tools
- Prioritizes client’s needs related to social determinants of health and identifies available client-level and community-level resources to help meet needs
- Organizes and maintains resource library
- Initiates and follows up on inter-agency and intra-agency referrals
- Facilitates effective communication between family and physician/ family and health plan to promote appropriate use of health facilitating resources
- Provides in-home health education
- Tracks interventions and case management outcomes through ongoing data collection (i.e., Ages and Stages Questionnaire, Quality of Life Questionnaire, pre/posttests) and timely data entry
Performs detailed tasks, work with interruptions and changing work priorities. Ability to speak before lay and professional audiences. Ability to function with high risk population and in high risk neighborhoods and home settings. Ability to function effectively during crisis situations and conflict resolution.
Applicants should send their cover letter and resume no later than April 21st to Sharon Chatman, Director of Operations SChatman@macombchap.org
Position Title: Customer Care Representative
Reports To: Director of Customer Care
Department/Team: Customer Care
Supervisory Responsibilities: None
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt (Hourly)
Location: Lansing Office, Lansing, MI
Starting Pay: $12.50 per hour
In search of a customer-centric hero…
We change lives, we build confidence, we help people learn, we make learning accessible, and we do this together because we love it. Do you have the same passion for helping people learn? Do you want to make a difference in the field of online education in the state of Michigan? Do you have an intrinsic need to help people? If so, we might be a good match for each other. Please apply at www.mivu.org/Jobs
NCTA's Director of Trail Development (DOTD) is an integral part of NCTA's management team, with program responsibilities for the building, maintaining and protecting the North Country National Scenic Trail. NCTA's DOTD supervises a professional team of regional trail coordinators, a GIS Coordinator/Cartographer and manages over a thousand volunteers throughout the 7-state region through which the NCNST passes.
The DOTD coordinates with the National Park Service, U.S, Forest Service and many other federal, state and local agencies and organizations to foster partnerships ansd key relationships with the NCTA. THe DOTD grows volunteer capacity, safety and effectiveness in building, maintaining and protecting the NCNST.
As a member of NCTA's management team the DOTD has additional responsibilities includng advocacy, easements acquisition, land protection, grants management, partner development, marketing and communications. Position requires extensive travel.
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PATH SOAR Specialist
Department: Community Programs and Outreach
Reports to: Mellena Martinez, Community Programs and Outreach Manager
Employment Status Classification: Full Time Salary
Job Description Summary:
The PATH SOAR Specialist will be a team member in the Community Programs and Outreach department, assisting those who are homeless with accessing housing and supportive services, using a Housing First Model. This position focuses on assisting eligible PATH program participants using SOAR (SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery) an expedited process to apply for social security for those who are homeless and have a disability. This position includes an outreach component, as the candidate will be part of a team working to engage those who are eligible for this service, canvassing the Pontiac and other areas in Oakland County where persons experiencing homelessness may congregate, locating those that are homeless with mental health issues and developing trust built relationships with these individuals. Screening and intake, along with linking to CMH and mainstream resources is an important part of this position.
- Review referrals provided by the PATH team and community partners to evaluate appropriateness for potential program participants to apply for benefits through the SOAR process.
- Compile and prepare applications for Social Security, filling out paperwork with program participant, gathering appropriate medical documentation, and organizing the packet of materials to be submitted to the local SSA office.
- Compose a medical summary as outlined in SOAR trainings, using pertinent information that was compiled to develop a justification for eligibility of benefits.
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The Non-Profit Personnel Network has been retained to assist Southwest Detroit Business Association (SDBA) is excited to announce an executive search for our new president and CEO, replacing long time exemplary leader Kathy Wendler. At this tremendous crossroads in SW Detroit’s history, we are looking for the right candidate to take the organization to the next level. 5-7 years executive management experience required. To apply for this position, please go to www.nppn.co to view the full job description.
The CEO is the key management leader of the National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC). The CEO is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include: fundraising, marketing and national outreach representing both the NAGC and its members while promoting the organization's goal of increasing support service for grieving children and teens nationwide.
Master's Degree and a minimum of 5 years experience preferred.
The NAGC office is virtual at this time. CEO should expect up to 50% travel to meet wtih member bereavement centers nationwide and to cultivate relationships for NAGC's success.
Salary is commensurate with experience. Health insurance stipend, vacation time and benefits provided.
Applicants should complete the online application by Friday, May 19th at 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time: sgiz.mobi/s3/NAGC-2017-CEO-Application
Plan, manage, and execute all large-scale and/or high-impact events for the college under the scope of established Brand Standards with a focus on support of institutional vision and goals. These duties require the development and governance of events policies; creation and maintenance of detailed annual events calendar; internal and external collaboration with multiple stakeholders; strategic planning with efficient execution; time management; budget planning and maintenance; high-level networking; solicitation, negotiation, and management of vendor contracts; and both the recruitment and supervision of student employees and/or volunteers. Events may include, but are not limited to; Veterans Memorial Dedication, Science Olympiad, Graduation, tours, dinners, recruitment events, etc.
For more information about this position as well current information about close dates and to be considered for positions at Lansing Community College, you must go to www.jobs.lcc.edu and apply.
This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
The Assistant Director provides administrative and programming assistance to a staff of seven.
Excellent organizational and communication skills and a professional level of knowledge of the principles of fundraising are necessary.
The Assistant Director must be a team player with strong writing skills and attention to detail, be able to work independently, and have a sense of what needs to be done to complete tasks. A working background in a small nonprofit operation is essential.
- A qualified candidate will be able to work on multiple assignments at the same time, have experience in supervising administrative staff, and be technically proficient in MS office.
- Having knowledge of website management is a plus.
- Candidate must be experienced in human resources, program implementation, fund development, and grant writing.
- Candidate should possess an effective interpersonal communication style when dealing with AARDA staff members, leadership volunteers, donors, and corporate contacts.
- A sense of humor and enthusiasm in dealing with people are desirable.
Masters degree is preferred, with three to five years of experience in program management, fund development, grant writing, special events planning, and/or personal solicitation. Administrative experience is required.
Principal duties and responsibilities include;
- preparation of written materials and reports,coordination of program implementation (education, advocacy, and public awareness) and providing of oversight of projects, close communication,general supervision of the administrative functions of the office,including office event planning, managing occasional travel in order to prepare for and implement AARDA events, seminars, etc.,
- working with the CEO to assure implementation of the organization’s strategic plan.
References:Three professional references from recent previous employers.
Send cover letter (mandatory) with salary requirements and resume to Virginia Ladd, at firstname.lastname@example.org