Michigan Non-Profit Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!
Webinar for nonprofit job seekers:
Exploring Careers in Michigan's Nonprofit Sector
Are you interested in helping people, working for a cause, or improving your community as a career path? 10% of Michigan employees already work for a nonprofit, and they are still hiring.
Join MNA and Nonprofit HR in our first webinar designed for current and potential nonprofit professionals who want to learn more about what makes up Michigan’s nonprofit sector and where your career might fit within it. Discover information that will help you better understand the nonprofit employment landscape, including state and national employment trends, common misconceptions, staffing challenges, and resources to assist you in identifying a career where you can change the world!
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Professional Office Suites Available (Okemos)
Affordable, Professional Office Suites Available-Okemos, MI
Conveniently located off of I-96, Okemos Road exit. Private Office Suites available in a quiet office building. Rent includes utilities, building maintenance, and furnishings (phone and internet are tenant’s responsibility). We also offer a fully equipped large and small conference room, waiting area, kitchenette with break room, and ample parking. One year lease terms furnished/unfurnished starting at $425/month. Call us today and schedule a tour! (517)349-6226 or email Danika Thompson at Danika@cfsm.org.
Prevention and Community Programs Director (Fraser)
Supervises and coordinates the Prevention and Community Programs Department. Responsible for Prevention and Community Programs oversight and staff supervision. Full-Time position.
CARE of Southeastern Michigan, a non-profit community agency promoting health and wellness through life skill building, drug-free messaging, and access to substance use and mental health treatment, seeks a motivated and proven leader for the position of Prevention and Community Programs Director. A successful candidate excels at relationship building, team-building, and community relations across multiple sectors- private and public entities. Candidate must have a strong background in the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs, or in related health promotion campaigns and programming.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Oversees all substance abuse prevention and community program activities and supervises all related staff. Responsible for interviewing, hiring, and training department staff. Develops and monitors Yearly Prevention Annual Action Plans,Outcome Evaluation Summaries, and corresponding reports for funding sources. Substitutes as needed for prevention staff-group facilitation, one time presentations, etc. Participates in community based meetings and committees as assigned. Conducts regular departmental meetings. Completes performance evaluations for staff. Monitors budget, including revenue and expenditures. Provides presentations, group facilitation and trainings within the community as needed.
Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work or related field is required. Master’s degree is preferred. Three years experience in program coordination and supervision of staff. MCBAP certified as a Prevention Consultant (CPC) or a development plan to obtain CPC is required per agency policy.
Apply online at http://www.careofsem.com/
Director of Detroit (Suburban Detroit Area)
Detroit Country Day School (www.dcds.edu) has been offering a superior private education to students for nearly 100 years.
Are you the right candidate for this role? Are you willing to engage DCDS’ priority audiences with the energy, passion and time commitment necessary to help them reach their educational and financial goals? Is this the right career move for you on a personal and professional level?
To apply for this position, register with NPPN online (www.nppn.co/candidates/) and upload your resume and a cover letter addressed to Detroit Country Day School.
Mgr/Special Gifts (Mt Pleasant)
The Special Gifts Manager works closely with the Major and Planned Giving Director to fully develop and implement the use of donor database. Responsible for discovering, identifying, and soliciting new prospects in the special gift range of $5,000 to $25,000.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Coordinate timing, process, and analysis of data input from various fundraising partners in a timely manner.
Analyze past giving to identify prospects in the Special Giving range of $5,000-$25,000.
Build a portfolio of approximately 150 prospects from the annual giving pool.
Organize portfolio according to moves management – identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship.
Prepare presentations for prospects and donors.
Assist with creation of plan for annual end of year donor appeal through mail, and electronic and social media.
3 years experience in professional fund raising, annual giving, public relations, marketing, or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Valid driver’s license.
CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly and actively strives to increase diversity and provide equal opportunity within its community. CMU does not discriminate in employment against persons based on age, color, disability, gender, gender identity/gender expression, genetic information, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or weight (see http://www.cmich.edu/aaeo
For the full job description and to apply, please visit: https://www.jobs.cmich.
Vice President of Fund Development (Kalamazoo)
Heritage Community of Kalamazoo, the oldest and only locally governed non-profit senior housing community in Kalamazoo, Michigan, is seeking a dynamic individual to join our executive team as Vice President of Fund Development. This position provides leadership for the creation and implementation of strategic fund development initiatives including: major, planned, and annual giving, events, donor stewardship and recognition, and public relations related to development; additionally, this position serves as the Executive Director of the Heritage Community of Kalamazoo Foundation.
The ideal candidate must have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5-10 years of progressively responsible fundraising experience, including 3-5 years of planned giving experience. Additional desired attributes include: excellent interpersonal, communication, and managerial skills; highly motivated to set and achieve measurable goals; decisive and resourceful, with the sensitivity to gain the support and confidence of the Board of Directors, President & CEO, advisors, all levels of staff, residents, and broader constituency; and strong organizational and strategic planning skills. An interest or background in senior services, social services, or health care is desired.
To learn more about the position and for application instructions please visit our website, www.
heritagecommunity.com, and click on the career tab; or contact Myra Johnson, Vice President Human Resources, (269)276-4048.
Senior Loan Officer (Detroit)
One of America's leading nonprofit community development financial institutions (CDFI), IFF strengthens nonprofits and their communities through lending and real estate consulting. Since 1988, we have been a trusted partner to nonprofits in every sector, including health care, education, child care, and housing. Based in Chicago but with offices throughout the region, IFF serves nonprofits in the Midwest, with a focus on those that serve low-income communities and special needs populations.
IFF is hiring a Senior Loan Officer for our Detroit Office. To learn more about the position and apply, please visit the Staff and Careers section of our website.
Vice President of Community Impact (Flint)
ORGANIZATION: Community Foundation of Greater Flint
SALARY: $85,000 - $99,000
The Vice President of Community Impact reports to the President and directs grant-making and other program activities of the Foundation. They will provide professional management of the Foundation’s grant-making programs in alignment with the Foundation’s strategic vision and priorities.
Works closely with the President to implement the Board-adopted Community Leadership priorities, and provides organizational leadership as part of the senior management team.
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of each fund under the Foundation’s management and is responsible for the
Foundation’s fulfillment of the terms governing each fund as stated in the gift instrument.
Assures integration of key qualitative and quantitative community indicators into the grant-making processes.
Develops, implements and supervises a process for evaluating the impact and long-term effectiveness of grantmaking.
Works with the Vice President of Philanthropic Services and Director of Communications to effectively communicate grant-making, programs, and community leadership strategies.
Manages staff within the Department including oversight of hiring process, performance evaluation and professional development, disciplinary actions, and exiting.
Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) in non-profit management, social science or a related field.
A Master’s Degree (M.A.) is preferred, but not required.
A minimum of five to ten years of leadership experience in a nonprofit; and/or program management experience preferably in a foundation.
For additional details and to apply, please visit: www.hiringsolutionsllc.
HR Generalist (Pontiac)
Lighthouse of Oakland County is searching for a part-time HR Generalist to provide support for the organization’s human resources needs. Lighthouse is one of the leading nonprofit human service agencies in Southeast Michigan. For more than forty two years, the organization has provided a continuum of services to families in crisis, and is the single largest nonprofit provider of emergency food and housing to low-income families in Oakland County.
The HR Generalist will report to the Lighthouse CEO and will provide support to staff across the agency and its three subsidiaries. Responsibilities include managing employee relations issues for approximately fifty full- and part-time staff, conduct new employee orientations, working with managers to resolve employee issues and concerns, coordinating some trainings, oversee employee investigation and termination processes, maintaining and supporting the performance and pay review process and supporting managers in the development and revision of job descriptions.
Ideally, we are seeking candidates that have the following:
Bachelor's Degree in human resources or a related field is preferred.
Experience in resolving a variety of personal/work related issues
Conflict resolution skills
Knowledge of HR law Experience with cultural diversity
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements no later than April 30, 2014 to:
Lighthouse of Oakland County
Pontiac, MI 48342
248-920-6000 ext. 2111
Deputy Director (Detroit)
The Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation (GRDC) is currently seeking candidates for the full-time position of Deputy Director. GRDC is a well-established non-profit community development corporation working to preserve and improve the Grandmont Rosedale communities of northwest Detroit.
Financial Management: budgets, Bookkeeper supervision, financial reports, grant reporting and compliance; coordinating annual audit.
Fund Development: fundraising from individuals, corporations, foundations and government entities.
Office Management: coordinating human resources, data management and tech support, supervising administrative staff, and overseeing the hiring and orientation of new employees and interns.
Communications: supervise Communications Coordinator and oversee the publication of quarterly newsletter, weekly e-newsletter, web site and social media.
Minimum of five years experience in upper level nonprofit management;
Bachelor’s or advanced degree, preferably in a related discipline;
Experience with budgeting and financial report preparation; knowledge of QuickBooks or similar accounting software;
Experience with fundraising, especially grant writing;
Experience with office and data management, human resources, staff supervision;
Excellent computer, verbal and written communication skills;
Experience working with community-based organizations preferred;
Must be well-organized, self-motivated, hard working and committed to neighborhood development within Detroit;
Must have own means of transportation and a valid driver’s license.
To apply, please mail or email your resume, the names of three references, and your salary requirements before April 30, 2014 to:
19800 Grand River Ave, Detroit, MI 48223
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. GRDC is an equal opportunity employer.
Accounting Clerk (Flint)
The YWCA is seeking a Part-time (15-20 hours/week) Accounting Clerk with extensive QuickBooks experience to assist in the financial management of the organization. Responsibilities include revenue and check processing; invoicing; assisting with budgeting process and grant reporting; and payroll processing. MUST have working knowledge of QB and Associate's degree or equivalent business experience. Email cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Deadline to apply is Friday, April 25.
Group Facilitator (Inkster)
This is a professional position responsible for facilitating ongoing training, resources & networking opportunities to childcare providers caring for young children. Responsibilities will include group-based training and networking opportunities, one-on-one support, offering resources and guidance to licensed childcare providers in an effort to increase program quality across western Wayne County. The Provider Engagement Coordinator will also be responsible for the organization of all Early Learning Communities (ELC) workshop offerings including material inventory, schedule development and data entry.
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor’s degree in child development or related field required.
At least three year of experience working in early childhood education and providing caregiver support with knowledge of the HighScope philosophy preferred.
At least one year of experience facilitating groups and trainings, experience facilitating in an early childhood education setting is a plus.
For further information and to apply visit: www.starfishonline.org
Executive Director (Albion)
The Friends of the Bohm Theatre is seeking a qualified individual to serve as its first Executive Director/General Manager for the Bohm Theatre in Albion, MI. Reporting to the board of directors, the Director/Manager is responsible for general operations and administration, operating and capital budget development, strategic planning, programming and community relations. The position will oversee a group of volunteers and eventual P/T staff once the theatre opens.
This person will be to develop and oversee the administrative and programmatic operations of the fully restored, 400-seat Bohm Theatre, which is slated to open in fall 2014. This individual must be able to organize filming and programming and develop a strong base of support for the Theatre in terms of volunteers and visitors for both film and live performances. Our first emphasis in on film programming, but going forward, the Bohm will also provide/support music, dance, and public assembly events, as well as private meetings/small parties.
Seeking candidates with:
Bachelor’s degree or four years equivalent education -- Master’s preferred
Minimum 2 years non-profit or management experience required
Demonstrated fundraising and grant writing experience preferred
Experience in public speaking and strong writing and verbal communication skills
A passion for film and live performances such as bands, vocal groups, and children's theatre
Commitment to encouraging community involvement in cultural events and bringing in new and diverse audiences
Please send resume and letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Director, Finance (Detroit)
Devotion and Dedication for our clients, agency, and your profession.
Passion for what you do.
Commitment and Accountability for your work.
A “Can-Do” Attitude
Respect, Courtesy and Patience for staff, clients, volunteers and visitors
Five years of technical hands-on experience in the area of fiscal administration, fund accounting, planning and management information in a non-profit setting, including two years of supervision and management.
Completion of a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Finance and/or any combination of equivalent skills and experience.
Certification/Licensure: CPA Preferred
Evaluate, develop, and recommend fiscal policy that will result in sound fiscal management.
Maintain all official accounting records in conformance with the generally accepted government accounting principles.
Supervise and maintain the agency’s payroll operations to ensure efficient handling of employees’ pay, deductions, and benefit payments.
Oversee the operation of the Division analyze the operations and recommend alternatives.
Participate with the Chief Financial Officer in the preparation of the annual budget.
Integrate new appropriations or grants with the current budget as necessary. Prepare contractual budgets. Monitor and report on contractual budgets.
Prepare all government reports, including, but not limited to: the Annual 990, Michigan Annual Reports, 5500’s, Licenses to Solicit, Census Reports, MIOSHA, Quarterly 941’s, Annual W2 and 1099’s.
Collaborate with Chief Financial Officer in performing and managing all bank related activities and relationships.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Grant Writer (Detroit)
Since 1941 The Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion has been a nonprofit civil rights organization located in Detroit MI. working to overcome discrimination and racism by crossing racial, religious, ethnic and cultural boundaries. Serving as a catalyst for change, we develop, organize and empower individuals and communities to advance equity and opportunity for all. We are seeking a short term contractual grant writer to begin immediately. The qualified applicant must have demonstrated history of securing grants from private and corporate funders of $50,000 - $100,000. The ability to be self-motivated, work collaboratively with the organization program staff and excellent listening, verbal and writing skills are required. Knowledge of the local social justice community and previous experience in direct programming is preferred. Complete position description can be found at miroundtable.org. Email cover letter and resume to dwilliamson@miroundtable.
Lifelong Learning Coordinator (Cassopolis)
This full-time position collaborates with several departments to maintain existing educational programs and develop new programs for the primary audience of the Cass County COA. Duties include but are not limited to:
Coordinates the Lifelong Learning programs within established guidelines and procedures.
Coordinates with other Cass County community agencies and organizations to ensure broad utilization of local resources in conjunction with Lifelong Learning programs for the Cass County COA audience.
Working a flexible schedule, participating in evening and/or weekend activities as needed.
Works closely with the supervisor to create and maintain highly visible programs. Collaborates with marketing to effectively promote these programs in press releases, newsletter articles and presentations.
Maintains an open, positive relationship with the management of all COA locations to ensure awareness of the Lifelong Learning programs.
Purchases supplies for Lifelong Learning activities in line with budget projections.
Follows the agency’s safety and health procedures to ensure safe working practices on the job.
Plans and coordinates various Lifelong Learning functions at various locations including townships within Cass County.
Works with supervisor to identify and provide input for grant applications for the programs.
Researches potential contracts with supervisor and discusses potential instructors and speakers, within budget projections
Qualified candidates must have excellent organization, communication, presentation and computer skills. A Bachelor’s Degree is required. Interested parties can submit their resume, cover letters and the application by May 1, 2014. Submit to email@example.com.
Office Manager/Admin Asst. (Berkley/Southfield)
Michigan IPL is seeking an administrative assistant/office manager for our small but expanding office. This is a part time position with the potential of becoming full time.
Michigan IPL’s mission is to deepen the connection between ecology and faith. Our current focus is to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency and other sustainable practices in houses of worship, of all faiths, throughout Michigan. We participate in grassroots outreach, education and advocacy efforts around climate and energy issues.
This position is critical to keep our operations running smoothly. The ideal candidate is a nonprofit administrative professional who is committed to environmental protection, enjoys working with a diverse group of people, can manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and has strong set of computer skills.
Click here for more info: http://www.miipl.org/
Self-Sufficiency Development Specialist (Pontiac)
Lighthouse of Oakland County has been serving low-income families in need in Oakland County since 1972. What began as the distribution of food and clothing from the backdoor of a local church has grown to a family of agencies providing comprehensive crisis resolution and self-sufficiency services to families and individuals. Lighthouse is seeking a highly motivated individual committed to working with families at various socio-economic levels to fill the position Self-Sufficiency Development Specialist. As a Center for Working Families (CWF) agency the specialist will instruct, tutor and coach Lighthouse clients in both financial education concepts and workforce development skill building. The Specialist will also be responsible for one-on-one financial and employment coaching of clients. Essential job functions will include: providing the support and resources enabling individuals and families to move from crisis to self-sufficiency, identification of and support to resolve issues regarding clients progress concerning financial and/or employment stability, achieve and maintain proficiency in the use of ETO software as required by the Greater Detroit Center for Working Families, demonstrate leadership in the collaboration with other Lighthouse stakeholders to ensure a high level of performance and positive client outcomes. Educational and professional requirements include a Bachelor’s degree; MSHDA certification preferred. A minimum of two years coaching and case management experience with an emphasis on financial education and workforce development is highly desirable.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: Wilma Abney, Executive Director – LES, firstname.lastname@example.org;248-920-6100 ext. 2202.
Executive Director (Pontiac)
Lighthouse of Oakland County has re-opened its search for an Executive Director for Lighthouse PATH. Lighthouse PATH, a subsidiary of Lighthouse of Oakland County, provides transitional housing for homeless women and their families and permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals. Lighthouse of Oakland County provides a continuum of services to families in crisis in Oakland County.The Executive Director reports to the Lighthouse CEO and is supported by a fully engaged Board of Directors. This position will provide overall executive leadership to the subsidiary and will coincide with the direction, policies and objectives as set forth by the CEO and the Board of Directors. We are seeking candidates that have the following: Bachelor's Degree, MBA or Master's Degree in a social services related field is preferred, LMSW certification is desired, fifteen or more years experience in the nonprofit space with a focus on program management and leadership including a demonstrated track record of supporting and improving the lives of low-income families and communities, strong, demonstrated administrative, leadership and managerial skills, capable and passionate about leading and managing all facets of transitional housing programs including organizational development, early childhood development, staff management, financial accountability, facilities management, resource development and community relations, strong relationship building skills is vital, including internal and external. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements no later than April 30, 2014 to:
Connie Williams, Lighthouse of Oakland County, PO Box 430508, Pontiac, MI 48343-0508 or cwilliams@lighthouseoakland.
Crisis Resolution Services Specialist (Pontiac)
Lighthouse of Oakland County has been serving low-income families in need in Oakland County since 1972. What began as the distribution of food and clothing from the backdoor of a local church has grown to a family of agencies providing comprehensive crisis resolution and self-sufficiency services to families and individuals.Lighthouse is seeking a highly motivated professional committed to working with families and individuals as a Crisis Resolution Services Specialist. The position is responsible for providing crisis and self-sufficiency enabling services to Lighthouse clients at the Pontiac and Clarkston locations. In this capacity the position will work directly with clients and act as a resource for volunteers and interns in the delivery of services enabling client movement from crisis to self-sufficiency. Essential responsibilities will include: direct client interaction including intake, assessment and case management, distribution of material aid as necessary, appropriate and available, act as a resource to volunteers and interns, reduce barriers to seamless service delivery by acquiring and maintaining thorough knowledge of all Lighthouse Emergency Services/Center for Working Families programs, as well as community resources, ensure all funding source compliance requirements are achieved.
Educational/professional requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services. Minimum of two years professional work experience desired. Selected candidate must possess a valid driver’s license, auto insurance and transportation to travel between worksites. Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to:Wilma Abney, Executive Director –LES; wabney@
lighthouseoakland.org, 248-920-6100 ext. 2202
Executive Director (Traverse City)
LIAA is a Section 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation with 21 years of experience in providing community-building, planning and management services throughout the state of Michigan. To increase community sustainability and resilience, LIAA creates, develops and applies new tools and techniques to help local units of government, other nonprofits and citizen groups lead positive community change. In general, LIAA’s services include:
1. education, research, facilitation and community planning support; 2. database and web applications; and 3. multimedia and video communications.
Executive Director’s Role – Reporting to a volunteer Board of Directors, LIAA’s Executive Director is the central guiding force and overall supervisor for all day-to-day operations. The Executive Director provides the vision and overall creative direction for LIAA, encouraging and supporting staff members in exploring new opportunities and delivering the highest quality services.
Applicant Qualifications – We seek a creative, entrepreneurial, technically adept and dynamic individual with a strong background in community development and organizational management. The successful candidate will have: one or more advanced degrees in appropriate fields (e.g., urban planning, environmental sciences and community development); experience in the design and development of new projects for the public good; and, grant writing experience. The successful candidate will be a skilled communicator who understands the importance of successful interpersonal and inter-organizational relationships.
To Apply – For the complete announcement, position description, and instructions on how to apply visit the following page on LIAA's website: http://www.liaa.org/
openpositions.asp. Applications Accepted through Wednesday, April 16, 2014.
Community Organizer (Detroit)
Be the change you want to see in Detroit and Michigan.
Harriet Tubman Center, Michigan’s leading grassroots organization working at city, regional and state levels, is offering career opportunities for experienced Community Organizers. Community Organizers identify, recruit and develop leadership, build community around leadership and build community power. Community Organizers bring people together, challenging them to act on behalf of their shared values and interest. The mature organizer has an ability to connect to, engage with and inspire leaders across ordinary boundaries of religion, race, gender, age, language, politics, class and life experiences.
S/he must demonstrate capacity to…
Develop relationships with institutional leaders and individuals, bringing them into alliances for social change.
Work with leaders to develop leadership skills and their capacity to act powerfully on their own behalf.
Form action teams around various issues, provide and coordinate effective leadership training so that team members can create alliances, analyze problems and discover solutions.
Organize issue campaigns at the neighborhood, city, regional and statewide levels.
Participate in professional development sessions with other organizers and staff.
Raise funds: membership dues, grassroots fundraisers, grants from foundations.
Email resume with cover letter to email@example.com
Contract Grant Writer (Lansing)
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) is looking for a contract Grant Writer to assist in identifying grants for our client. We specialize in Public Education on projects and issues for state, government, local public and private organization. We also expect the same individual to seek Technical Grants to assist in public emergency communications.
We seek an experienced person who can help identify and assist MAB staff in applying for grants. We have staff grant writers but need overall leadership in this area. MAB has received over a million dollars in grants in the past few years. We are registered with the state as an approved fiduciary for others. Please send brief bio including experience and remuneration schedule to K. White MAB 819 N. Washington Ave Lansing MI or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Assistant (Okemos)
Child and Family Services of Michigan, Inc. located in Okemos, MI is seeking qualified candidates for an Office Assistant position. The successful candidate will have strong organizational, communication, and customer service skills. This position will be responsible for general office duties such as filing/scanning, answering and fielding calls, maintaining office/building supply inventory, creating and sorting mailings, and preparing documents. The Office Assistant will also serve as support for agency programs. Please send cover letter and resume with salary requirements to AD-Resume@cfsm.org.
High School Diploma or GED, with some college experience or professional training preferred
2 years professional office experience
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access required
Proven customer service skills
Must have excellent written skills
Proficient with basic office equipment
Accounting knowledge helpful
Ability to work independently as well as within a team environment
Ability to multitask, prioritize, and show extreme resourcefulness and problem solving skills
Resource Services Manager (Lansing)
Purpose: Contribute to Michigan Nonprofit Association’s (MNA) brand image as a first stop resource to connect with support for building nonprofit capacity. Identify new ways for MNA to deliver impactful, as well as profitable, resources by partnering with internal and external stakeholders. Work closely with MNA’s Stakeholder Engagement Team and other staff to ensure events and initiatives align with engagement strategies.
Identify and help execute the creation of impactful products and/or services to generate earned income which includes; evaluating MNA’s current, past and future products and services as well as creating special pricing to provide the most efficient impact for stakeholders
Increase potential stakeholders for MNA by creating engagement activities
Manage and coordinate a selection of MNA signature capacity building events
Foster an environment where staff are able to provide capacity building opportunities to all stakeholders
Create tools/policies for planning MNA trainings/convening’s and act as a navigator for MNA staff to ensure they are utilizing these resources
Identify and deliver trainings, webinars and convening’s which are relevant to MNA stakeholders. These might be scaled and delivered in the following ways:
MNA as promotional partner for external organizations events
MNA as co-planner with external organizations events
MNA as primary planner for original events using MNA staff or networks
Help ensure MNA staff receive on-going education for cloud-based management systems which are relevant to planning and tracking MNA trainings/convening’s
Monitor and edit assigned content on MNA website
Ensure staff continuously update internal calendar of their MNA events
Work closely with Stakeholder Engagement Team to identify appropriate activities for MNA to host
Other duties as assigned
Complete job description and application instructions available here.
Executive Director (Alpena)
Full time position in beautiful northeast Michigan. Responsible for day to day administration of a non-profit agency serving children and families. The agency serves 13 counties with programs including but not limited to foster care, adoption, and Day One. Executive Director will follow compliance with Federal and State regulations under the direction of a Board of Directors, Selected candidate must possess strong leadership skills, the ability to work with a wide range of people and groups, build collaborative relationships with community partners and referring agencies, identify and develop funding, coordinate and implement programs, hire and direct staff, manage operations and finances, possess grant writing skills and create an atmosphere of caring and support.
Minimum requirements: Bachelor's degree - Master's degree preferred, minimum 2 years experience in a Human Service organization, minimum 3 years experience in Child Welfare programs.
Pay commensurate with education and experience.
Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Financial Director (Alpena)
Full time position in beautiful northeast Michigan, responsible for all financial operations for a non-profit agency serving children and families. Responsibilities include the day to day oversight of all financial transactions for multiple programs in compliance with all Federal and State regulations and accounting procedures. The candidate will work closely with the Executive Director developing budgets and communicating with the Board of Directors. Selected candidate must possess strong leadership skills and the ability to work with a wide range of people and groups, identify and develop funding, hire and direct staff and manage finances.
Minimum Requirements: B.A. with an MBA/CPA or related degree. An associate's degree would be considered with superior experience in all needed areas related to financial management, human resources, accounting and meet the experience requirements. 4-6 years of broad financial and operations management experience.
Pay commensurate with education and experience.
To apply send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Director (Oakland County)
Alliance for Housing
Oakland County’s Continuum of Care
Request for Proposals for
The Alliance for Housing, Oakland County’s Continuum of Care (the Alliance), is a newly incorporated collaborative body comprised of advocates for people who are homeless and at-risk for homelessness, including representation from service providers, funding agencies, banks, governments, foundations, and private businesses.
The Alliance invites qualified individuals or organizations to submit proposals for consideration as Executive Director.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Alliance Executive Director will have responsibilities for handling various functions of the Oakland County Continuum of Care Body and sub-committees and completing the annual funding processes for state and federal support for homelessness activities. Further responsibilities will include assisting the Board in monitoring grantees and assessing progress on meeting community-wide goals, evaluating program performance, and monitoring compliance with all state and federal funding requirements.
The Executive Director will handle routine financial affairs of the Alliance, and will facilitate the planning process leading toward designation as a Unified Funding Agency under HUD’s McKinney Vento Homeless Assistance programs.
For a full job description, please visit our website at: http://oaklandhomeless.
Executive Director (Northville)
NORTHVILLE EDUCATION FOUNDATION – EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Northville Education Foundation (NEF) is an independent 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation which exists to further educational excellence in the Northville Public Schools. NEF has established an excellent track record over the years, in supporting programs and projects in the district.
The NEF is seeking a full-time Executive Director, who will work with the board to provide overall strategic, fund development and operational responsibility for the organization. The successful candidate must be a self-starter, preferably well-connected in the Northville community and be comfortable in both an advocacy and fundraising role. College degree (bachelors/masters preferred). Proficiency with a variety of computer programs, including Microsoft Office, Word, and various fundraising databases.
To apply for this position, register with NPPN online (www.nppn.co/candidates/) and upload your resume and a cover letter addressed to Northville Educational Foundation.
Project Director (Detroit)
Project Director will provide leadership, direction, and oversigh