Posting Date: 09/20/2019
Organization: Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities
City Position is located: Auburn Hills
Position Description (include how to apply):

Works directly with Recovery Support Manager and Coordinator to implement Narcan trainings and recovery support events across Oakland County. Assists with the implementation of programs in keeping with the prevention plans and the priorities directed by the Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities. Full time position with benefits. 

  • Provide daily administrative support for Save a Life Community Narcan Trainings and Recovery Support events
  • Data entry and record keeping to ensure all program requirements are met
  • Prepare documentation and supplies for the Alliance events - recovery support group meetings/networking meetings and update calendar of events
  • Inventory supplies, note taking, and room scheduling
  • Attend training and events assisting with set up and tear down as well as packing up and putting materials away.
  • Update necessary flyers and provide social media information 
  • Distribute substance use information at health and public fairs, school open houses and other community events as requested
  • Light office cleaning

Email resumes to jbrenner@achcmi.orgNo phone calls.

Posting Date: 09/20/2019
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Organization: Ozone House, Inc.
City Position is located: Ann Arbor
Position Description (include how to apply):

The position is responsible to manage all administrative and non-financial aspects of agency grants and foundation relations, including researching, writing, compiling data for, submitting and reporting on grants. Overseeing the agency’s information management system, monitoring data quality and participating in setting outcome goals and mission metrics are other key aspects of the role. As a leader of the agency’s Data and Grants Teams, the position develops relationships with Ozone House staff and external stakeholders and disseminates information about agency impact and program outcomes.

Required Position Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field required; Master’s Degree preferred;
  • Minimum of 2 years of progressively responsible administrative experience with a consistent track record of exceeding goals and expectations in a community-based nonprofit or fast-paced start-up;
  • Proven track record securing grant funding;
  • Demonstrated experience maintaining confidential data and using query tools in a database;
  • Experience evaluating human service programs and tracking client outcomes;
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel;
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent attention to detail, follow-through, accuracy and commitment to constituent satisfaction;
  • Ability to handle multiple concurrent activities and competing priorities;
  • Ability to handle highly sensitive and confidential information;
  • Strong project management skills;
  • Excellent organization and time management skills;  
  • Experience with HMIS preferred;
  • Experience with data visualization tools preferred;

Send cover letter and resume to with “Program Evaluation & Grants Manager” in the subject line.  Deadline is Sept. 30th, 2019. Full-time with benefits. $47,000 - $52,000 annually.

Posting Date: 09/19/2019
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Organization: Life Remodeled
City Position is located: Detroit, MI
Position Description (include how to apply):

Through our corporate giving circle, the 313 Club, we've rallied excitement and commitment to Detroit neighborhood revitalization from 170+ metro-Detroit’s businesses. Joining our 313 Club starts with a minimum donation of $1,000 and includes sponsorship perks as well as fellowship and collaboration with hundreds of other member corporations committed to supporting our work. Our corporate relations specialist will focus on recruitment and retention of our 313 Club member corporations. 

Skills + Experience Required: 

  • You are an extremely-motivated self-starter.
  • People believe you’re one of the most relationally intelligent people they’ve ever met.
  • You’re incredibly effective at persistent follow-up and follow-through.
  • You can work both independently and as part of a team in a highly efficient and organized manner.
  • You’re easily able to communicate clearly and to the point both orally and in writing.
  • You’ve very comfortable making “the ask,” and people usually say “yes!”
  • You handle confidential information with sensitivity and integrity.

Activities + Responsibilities:

  • Develop authentic relationships with existing 313 Club members and offer opportunities to increase support.
  • Increase membership, with a goal of 313 annual corporate members.
  • Recruit 313 Club members to send volunteer groups to participate in our 6-day project, and seek out additional volunteers from corporate groups, churches, clubs and individuals to ensure 10,000 volunteers on project.
  • Coordinate all aspects of volunteers for 6-day project including schedules, custom t-shirts, group leaders training, etc., and ensure an amazing volunteer experience.

For a full job description, please visit: Please email resume and cover letter to Carrie Smith at

Posting Date: 09/17/2019
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Organization: Midland Center for the Arts, Inc.
City Position is located: Midland
Position Description (include how to apply):

Under the supervision of VP of Operations & Guest Experience, this full time exempt position is responsible for the daily activities required to manage the Front of House Services, Event Services and Center Hospitality LLC areas of the Midland Center for the Arts. By providing professional visitor service support in the planning, organization and management of all events by performing the following duties personally or through direct reports, which include coordinators and managers.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Responsible for oversight of all front-of-house and event logistics including concessions/Food & Beverage, staff and volunteers, patron experience and patron safety.
  • Ensures each staff member and volunteer is providing great experiences to our guests in a service orientated approach. 
  • Responsible for oversight of Facility rentals including building the business and attracting new clients. Assist with developing strong relationships in the community that foster a positive image and meaningful experiences through volunteering, facility use or other interactions


  • 5-8 years of previous event/ theater house management (preferred) or other related experience including supervision of people
  • Must be well organized, highly detailed, able to handle multiple task simultaneously while providing level headed problem solving skills.
  • Must be able to work a very flexible schedule including weekdays, weekends, daytime into evenings based on facility and event schedules

Application: Email Cover Letter and Resume to: | Tina Siegmund - HR, Payroll & Benefits manager | Full Position Available Posting can be viewed at:

Posting Date: 09/17/2019
Organization: CARE of Southeastern Michigan
City Position is located: Fraser
Position Description (include how to apply):

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in social work, sociology, psychology, family ecology, consumer/community services, family studies, family and/or child development, guidance/school counseling, counseling psychology, education, public health, human services, or criminal justice.  Experience working with families/adults with substance use disorders or related field. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist staff in marketing substance use presentations.
  • Demonstrates full comprehension of management by objective (MBO) plan and meets quality programmatic standards.
  • Completes activities associated with assigned MBO hours in a timely fashion and complete total assigned MBO hours.
  • Assigns and supervises the workload of direct reports. Provides on-going, regular supervision to employees to ensure the following:  services delivered are timely, appropriate and effective; the professional development of staff; and agency policy and procedures are enforced.  
  • Ensures direct reports complete activities associated with assigned MBO hours in a timely fashion and complete total assigned MBO hours.
  • Provide presentations on general substance use issues and CARE of SEM’s services as needed.

Please visit to view the full description and apply online!

Posting Date: 09/17/2019
Organization: GreenLight Fund Detroit
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

GreenLight Fund combats inequality by reducing the barriers of economic mobility for low-income children and families in urban areas. Launched in 2016, GreenLight Fund Detroit is one of eight cities among the growing, national 501(c)(3) GreenLight Fund network whose portfolio organizations collectively reach 75,000 individuals annually.

After raising a 4-5 year philanthropic fund, GreenLight Fund Detroit runs an annual process to: identify urgent needs and critical service gaps for low-income children and families; collectively choose and invest in replicating an innovative, high-performing national organization with significant, proven social impact; and galvanize local support across sectors to achieve and sustain positive outcomes. Two Detroit advisory councils composed of residents as well as community, industry, entrepreneurial, and philanthropic leaders provide guidance and support.

We seek an independent, organized, and social justice focused Associate who has a passion for serving children and families in Detroit. Must thrive in a fast-paced entrepreneurial culture, love internal operations, and communicate superbly. The ideal candidate values equity and opportunity for all, continuous process improvement, attention to detail, and working on complex issues across sectors.

The Associate will lead and support a diverse array of activities, ranging from event management and strategic communications to researching local issues and due diligence on prospective portfolio organizations. This position will report to the Executive Director of GreenLight Fund Detroit, and work collaboratively across the GreenLight Fund national network of sites.

To learn more and apply please visit:

Posting Date: 09/17/2019
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Organization: Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation
City Position is located: Ann Arbor
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Community Scholarship College Success Coach seeks to promote college persistence and completion by supporting recipients of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation’s (AAACF) Community Scholarship. The Community Scholarship and the College Success Coach position are designed to specifically support students who are economically disadvantaged (at or below 200% of the federal poverty guideline), the first generation in their family to graduate with a four-year degree, and/or Youth of Color, throughout their college careers.

The College Success Coach will be responsible for coordinating and delivering case management services, supporting and mentoring scholarship recipients, known as the Community Scholars. This position will work with the Community Scholars one-on-one and as a collective cohort throughout the academic year at various postsecondary institutions. The full time College Success Coach central role will be to support the awarded student cohorts transition from high school to college; provide continued holistic support during the college years, including any crisis intervention and assistance with securing basic needs; provide navigation of relevant information regarding campus and community resources; and mentor Community Scholars on academic and personal goals.

To see the full description, requirements, and apply, please go to:

Posting Date: 09/13/2019
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Organization: Zaman International
City Position is located: Inkster
Position Description (include how to apply):

Zaman has an immediate opening for an Executive Level Assistant. The Executive Assistant provides administrative support to the CEO, and senior leadership while managing operations at the organizational level. This position spearheads all day to day operations. We are seeking someone who takes ownership and pride in running this department, has an extraordinary work ethic and commitment to cordially and tactfully interact with staff, donors and vendors, You have exceptional organziational and problem solving skills, works independently, and efficiently, has the ability to recognize and appropriately handle sensitive and confidential material and information.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Researching and preparing documentation for review and presentations for the board, committee's and staff
  • Manages internatil and externatl calls, reports and due dates
  • Monitors consultant timelines for grants, contracts and renewals.
  • Assist with Human Resource needs
  • Prepares agenda, reports, documentation, and minutes for use both internally and external use 
  • Retrieve data from various systems and spreadsheets for reporting
  • Assists in funds processing
  • Works with various stakeholders to achieve organizational goals.
  • High proficiency in Excel, knowledge of formatting, formula's and pivot tables
  • Must be able to work full time, Monday - Friday, 8:30am-5:00 pm, some after hours for monthly meetings.
  • Looking for a two year commitment
  • Salary $38,000 

Send cover letter and resume to

Posting Date: 09/17/2019
Organization: Housing Partnership Netwrok
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

Develop Detroit is a real estate and housing developer working at scale to address the challenges around affordable housing, neighborhood stability and access to jobs in the city. Operating in key Detroit neighborhoods, our primary focus is on creating affordable, mixed income and mixed-use developments that help stabilize and transform neighborhoods. Develop Detroit builds high-quality housing and developments that provide all Detroiters – no matter their income – the ability to a ord active lifestyles and to have improved access to economic opportunity.

The Operations Coordinator provides general office support as well as administrative and project support to the entire staff. Successful candidates can manage both big and small projects, create an inviting and productive culture, and can facilitate organizational effectiveness and efficiency by coordinating office operations, resources and procedures throughout our Detroit office. Develop Detroit is a start-up environment, so strong candidates will have demonstrated ability to operate in very fluid, fast-moving and lean organizations and a willingness to grow into new challenges and roles.

For a detailed descrption of the general duties please visit the following link:

Posting Date: 09/13/2019
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Organization: Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore
City Position is located: Grand Rapids
Position Description (include how to apply):

Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore (GSMISTS) is seeking a dynamic leader who shares Girl Scout values to lead the council into the future, and committed to serving girls from all family, community, and economic backgrounds, and who seeks to engage, empower, and inspire others and to collaborate with diverse stakeholders to create a life-changing experience for girls. A willingness to model the Girl Scout leadership ideals and assure transparency and accountability are essential.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Broad-based business skills particularly including development and management of comparable budgets, an understanding of financial reporting and compliance, and management of financial and tangible assets.
  • Demonstrated understanding, skill, and ability in fundraising or direct sales; demonstrated understanding, skills, and ability in relationship-based leadership resulting in the development of partnerships, organizational visibility, and the engagement of staff and volunteers
  • Demonstrated understanding, skill, and ability in strategy development and planning including execution and accountability
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills along with an understanding, skills, and ability with internal and external communications and community relations, and the highest integrity
  • Understanding of the nonprofit, governance-based business model including the skill and ability to work collaboratively and transparently with a board of directors.

To apply, e-mail a detailed cover letter and resume to: Bob Perodeau, Principal | Evergreen Executive Source, LLC | E-mail: | Voice (800) 286 4009

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