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Managing Director (Flint)

Posted 10/30/2014 by MNA


New nonprofit in Flint seeks a skilled fundraising professional who is looking for a career growth opportunity. Ele’s Place, a healing center for grieving children with branches in Lansing, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, is opening a new branch in Flint.

Primary responsibilities for the Managing Director include:

  • Build and maintain excellent personal and organizational reputations in the community. Serve as the primary spokesperson and ambassador for Ele’s Place in the Flint region.
  • Cultivate donor relationships with major gift prospects; solicit gifts and pledges from individuals, businesses and foundations; and steward relationships with major donors.
  • Inspire and work effectively with Board members, engaging them in community networking, outreach and fundraising efforts.
  • Oversee the daily operations of Ele’s Place in Flint in a professional, efficient manner, in accordance with established policies and procedures.
  • Reports to the President & CEO.

Qualifications for the Managing Director:

  • At least five years’ experience in a nonprofit fundraising position, particularly major gift development.
  • Superior writing and public speaking skills.
  • Experience in a leadership role.
  • Experience working with and inspiring a Board of Directors and other volunteers.
  • Experience building an effective, motivated, committed staff.

Send cover letter & resume to:
Elizabeth Webb,
Director of Operations
Ele’s Place
1145 W. Oakland Avenue
Lansing, MI 48915
Or email this information to:

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Executive Assistant (Lansing)

Posted 10/30/2014 by MNA


Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens. Three branch locations support families throughout the Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Lansing areas and beyond.

Ele’s Place seeks a seasoned Executive Assistant to provide advanced administrative support to the President & CEO and Shared Services staff, headquartered in Lansing. The successful candidate will have a high degree of accounting knowledge and great attention to detail.

Primary responsibilities for the Executive Assistant include:

  • Supports the President/CEO, coordinating projects, communications, presentations, meetings, travel arrangements and general clerical duties.
  • Ensures accurate calendar management on a day to day basis.
  • Works with Accountant on general accounting tasks (A/P, payroll, deposits, credit card reconciliation). Assists Accountant with monthly reconciliation process and preparation of financial statements.
  • Provides assistance with grant applications and reports as directed.
  • Provides general clerical support to the Shared Services staff as requested.


  • Bachelors’ degree preferred.
  • Minimum 4 years experience working in an executive support role.
  • Knowledge of accounting principles and 2 years of accounting experience.
  • Well organized with a high attention to detail.
  • Superior writing skills a must.

Send cover letter & resume to:
Elizabeth Webb,
Director of Operations
Ele’s Place
1145 W. Oakland Avenue
Lansing, MI 48915
Or email this information to:

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Database Assistant (Eastpointe)

Posted 10/30/2014 by MNA


Database Assistant
Maintain donor records, send thanks, prepare mailings, answer phones, assist with projects and other responsibilities as needed. Familiarity with Windows and Excel required. Accuracy, a sense of humor, and ability to adapt to changing priorities are musts.
Part-time, 15 hours per week. Send resume by email to (subject line Database Assistant) or by fax to 586-776-3903.

Executive Director (Lansing)

Posted 10/30/2014 by MNA

Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council (Mid-MEAC) in East Lansing, Michigan, is seeking an Executive Director to support the organization’s mission to improve the quality of life for residents in the Tri-county region through green transportation, land use policy education and advocacy, river protection activities, and other community-based sustainability initiatives.

The Executive Director position is a 30 to 40 hour per week contractual position, including occasional weekend and night meetings and events, that offers the opportunity to manage the planning and direct implementation of new and existing environmentally-based programs in Clinton, Eaton and Ingham Counties. The ideal candidate will be highly self-motivated with excellent communication and people skills, fundraising, grant administration and volunteer management experience, and ability to enhance the overall effectiveness and success of Mid-MEAC’s mission.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a candidate experienced in fund development and grant writing, who is motivated to build and foster regional collaborative partnerships, recruit and train staff and interns, and serve as public representative for Mid-MEAC with media at community events.

Application deadline is 11/24/14 to Board President, John Lindenmayer at Submit cover letter, resume and compensation requirements for this contractual position in a single PDF.
Executive Director - Pewabic (Detroit)

Posted 10/30/2014 by MNA

Pewabic, a pottery, was founded more than a century ago to push the boundaries of ceramic practice. Today, Pewabic is a center for the promotion and development of contemporary ceramics and the living repository of a tradition that continues to influence artists and collectors. It maintains a thriving retail and design operation and supports the work of ceramic artists throughout the region. Pewabic pottery and tile designs are manufactured on-site. Like the city of Detroit, Pewabic is writing a new chapter in its history, firmly establishing itself as a leader among Detroit's arts institutions. The organization operates with an annual budget of $2,850,000.00. It has a full and part-time staff of 45 and a 23 member Board of Trustees. See

The new Executive Director must be a person of vision able to inspire/excite a committed board, dedicated staff and extensive community of ceramic artists, designers, collectors, students, faculty, administrators, as well as residents of and visitors to Detroit. Success will require prior experience in the arts or a related field and appreciation of ceramic art throughout history to the present in addition to proven management skills. Most importantly, the successful candidate will possess exemplary personal and leadership qualities and will be eager to be part of an extraordinary organization dedicated to the ceramic arts. Full Job Profile at Submit resume, one-page narrative and the names of three references to:
Linda Sweet, Partner
Subject: Pewabic
Email: Christy Wall at
Finance Director (Detroit)

Posted 10/29/2014 by MNA

General Description: Person in this position is responsible for overseeing all finance functions: general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, cash receipts, etc. Implement, monitor and maintain internal controls, policies and procedures. Develop government and foundation grant budgets, invoices and financial reports. Supervises Finance Manager.

Educational and work experience requirements:

  1. Bachelor Degree in Accounting or Finance required.
  2. 5-7 years experience in finance with supervisory experience.
  3. Intermediate knowledge of Excel required.
  4. Valid Michigan Driver’s license with acceptable driving record as required by insurance company.

Primary responsibilities:

  1. Develop and administer financial management policies and procedures in a manner consistent with corporate guidelines and local needs under the supervision of the Executive Director.
  2. Responsible for all general ledger and subsystem accounts.
  3. Develop annual operating and capital budgets in conjunction with Executive Director and Department Directors.
  4. Prepare weekly, monthly, year-end and ad hoc reports as requested by the Executive Director and the Board of Directors.
  5. Oversee the accounts payable process.
  6. Develop government and foundation grant budgets, invoices and financial reports.
  7. Monitor all accounts and prepare monthly bank reconciliations.
  8. Serve as liaison to independent and internal auditors.
  9. Coordinate with Human Resources Director regarding payroll and benefits.
  10. Maintain records of payments, contracts, leases, service agreements and other documents of a legal nature.

To apply: Email resume to: or fax to: 313-463-2222

Finance Operations Manager (Detroit)

Posted 10/29/2014 by MNA


Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit seeks a Finance Operations Manager. This position plays a critical role in strategic planning/decision making related to finance. This is a tremendous opportunity to maximize/strengthen the internal capacity of a well-respected organization.

Responsibilities include:

  • Analyze/present financial reports in accurate/timely manner; clearly communicate monthly/annual financial statements
  • Coordinate and lead annual audit process, liaise with auditors/Board finance committee
  • Oversee/lead annual budgeting/planning process
  • Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting.
  • Implement a robust contracts management/financial management reporting system
  • Update/implement all necessary business policies and accounting practices; improve the finance department’s overall policy/procedure manual.
  • Effectively communicate/present the critical financial matters to the finance committee/board of directors.
  • Oversee all bookkeeping/payroll operations
  • Manage compensation/benefits plan
  • Ensure integrity of finances/mitigate risk.
  • Final responsibility for the quality/content of all financial data

The ideal candidate must have superb leadership/process improvement/change management skills and:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office
  • 6+ years of broad financial/operations management experience
  • Ability to translate financial concepts to/effectively collaborate with, programmatic/fundraising colleagues
  • Grants management
  • Technology savvy
  • Commitment to training programs that maximize individual/organization goals
  • Successful track record setting priorities; keen analytic, organization/problem solving skills

Salary and Benefits:
Fulltime position, Starting Salary of $48,000 - Benefits package including medical/dental insurance, short-term disability, paid time off, and 403(b) plan.
Mosaic is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume, three references to; subject:
Finance Operations Manager.
No phone calls please.

Development Manager (Detroit)

Posted 10/29/2014 by MNA


Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit seeks a Development Manager. This position will report directly to the Executive Vice President and will help play a critical role in strategic planning and decision making related to fund development and marketing. This is a tremendous opportunity for a development leader to maximize and strengthen the internal capacity of a well-respected, high-impact organization.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Plan/implement all fundraising strategies in collaboration with EVP
  • Develop program/strategies to increase individual giving within 1 year
  • Oversee all grants management and portfolio
  • Increase grant portfolio; provide leads to Grant Writer
  • Manage individual donor database/donor cultivation, including special events
  • Manage individual/corporate/foundation/government giving
  • Work with EVP to establish/achieve fundraising goals
  • Identify new funding sources
  • Develop and maintain strategic donor/funder relationships
  • Support marketing team
  • Attend workshops/events relative to fund/donor development
  • Develop/manage annual development budget
  • Work with Finance Manager to ensure financial development data is accurate
  • Manage all acknowledgement letters;reporting for individual donors/grants

The ideal candidate must have superb leadership/process improvement/change management skills and:

  • Experience with grant writing/portfolio management
  • Technology savvy
  • Proven track record of grant awards and fundraising success
  • Excellent communication/relationship building skills

Salary and Benefits:
Fulltime position, Starting Salary of $48,000 - Benefits package including medical and dental insurance, short-term disability, and 403(b) plan.

Mosaic is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume, three references to; subject: Development Manager No phone calls please.

Executive Director - Flint Children's Museum (Flint)

Posted 10/29/2014 by MNA

Executive Director must have strong organizational knowledge, non-profit management experience, superior leadership and strategy skills. ED will plan/direct the functions and activities of the Flint Children’s Museum in accordance with Board of Directors policies, including but not limited to: developing Museum goals and objectives; managing finances; developing and maintaining exhibits and educational programs; seeking, submitting and administering grants and awards; and implementing operational changes, policies, programs and membership and fundraising initiatives to attain Museum goals and mission; and provide leadership and training for Museum staff and volunteers. Must like children.

1. Bachelor degree in business, marketing, museum science, education or related field. Non-degree candidates may be considered based on strong work experience in museum or fund-raising related fields.
2. Minimum three years management experience.

1. Fundraising experience and success; including management of donor/member information; 2. Experience identifying appropriate funding opportunities; writing and submitting grant proposals; grant management and reporting; 3. Museum development and management experience; 4. Administrative skills – ability to develop and manage budget and operations; 5. Organizational skills – efficiently manage multiple functions and responsibilities; 6. Communication skills – ability to communicate effectively in conversation and in writing; 7. Interpersonal skills – ability to work effectively and communicate with all levels of Museum stakeholders; 8. Leadership skills – ability to develop, motivate and mentor staff; 9. Experience working with a Board of Directors - knowledge of basic roles, responsibilities of nonprofit boards; Interested applicants submit cover letter and resume to
MHRI Field Operations Manager (Detroit)

Posted 10/28/2014 by MNA

A Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Community Organizing, or a related field is required; a Master’s degree is preferred. 
Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in the housing/homelessness/social services environment.
Position will be primarily responsible to assist in administration of a two year grant which offers outreach, housing search assistance, and in-home supports to people experiencing homelessness in Detroit. This position is grant funded through September 30, 2016. Professional level of knowledge of the principles of the low-income/subsidized housing market, attention to detail and a high level of organization, comfortable in directing and managing day-to-day program operations and working on a team, proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, excellent management, communication and influencing skills. Familiarity with HMIS, prior experience with providing technical assistance, and Federal grants management experience. 

The incumbent will be an employee of Neighborhood Service Organization stationed either in State offices and/or within contract agencies. Salary is negotiable, and will be based upon experience. 

Submit cover letter and resume to
Associate Director of Human Resources - The Kresge Foundation (Troy)

Posted 10/27/2014 by MNA

The Kresge Foundation is seeking a talented and experienced self-starter to join their team as the Associate Director of Human Resources. The Associate Director is responsible for managing the day-to-day implementation of the Talent Management framework. That implementation will involve developing strategies, programs, and processes that build out, support, and advance the Talent Management framework, including acquiring talent, onboarding new employees, retaining talent, and developing talent.


  • 7+ years experience in talent management, experience in philanthropy preferred.
  • Experience and knowledge in design of talent management strategies.
  • Demonstrated problem identification and resolution skills.
  • Ability to develop and maintain collaborative and effective working relationships with management and all levels of staff.
  • Exceptionally strong initiative, customer service focus, and solid judgment skills, including the ability to maintain the confidentiality of information.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • An appreciation and respect for diversity of all individuals in the workplace.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite applications and HR technology (HRIS).
  • Knowledge of employment laws and regulations. 
  • Strong verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree required; Masters degree preferred.

To Apply:
The Kresge Foundation has engaged Koya Leadership Partners to help in this hire. Submit a compelling cover letter and resume to Erin Reedy at HTTPS://KOYA.REFINEAPP.COM/JOBPOSTING/APPLY/703.

The Kresge Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women and LGBT applicants.

Heritage Trail Coordinator (Lansing)

Posted 10/27/2014 by MNA

The Michigan Historical Center is seeking a Hertitage Trail Coordinator to work with community groups (trail groups, historical organizations, economic development organizations, educators) to add cultural and natural heritage interpretation and connections to linear trails. He or she will help communities discover their stories, determine main themes and ensure that the stories are inclusive and diverse. The end product for each trail will be an interpretive plan that uses various methods to reach the hikers and bicyclists that use the trail.
The coordinator will be responsible for ensuring that the stories told along the trails are authentic and accurate. The position also requires strong public history facilitation and communications skills. The individual will also document each trail experience to create on-line case studies and tool box materials that can help additional communities.
The position is part of a statewide effort to enhance Michigan's reputation as a trail state that involves people from the Departments of Natural Resources, Transportation, Environmental Quality and economic development.

Educational Requirements: Masters degree in history, art history, museum studies, anthropology, American Studies, architectural history, historic preservation, archival management or other related field.

For more details and to apply, go to Only applications received through this site can be considered.
Director of Finance (Ann Arbor)

Posted 10/24/2014 by MNA

Arbor Research Collaborative for Health seeks a finance professional with at least 12 years’ experience in a senior finance leadership role to serve as Director of Finance. This individual will be responsible for implementing an organizational financial structure and directing financial analysis organization-wide and at the project/research portfolio level. The successful candidate will combine their financial knowledge and analytic expertise with the ability to think strategically and creatively to determine a successful operational model that will support our expanding mission. Arbor Research’s total revenue during 2013 was $17.6M, including $15.3M in grants and contracts from 25 different private funders and government agencies. The approved strategic plan calls for continued sustained growth of Arbor Research in all funding areas and scientific disciplines.

More information about this opportunity and the benefit program at Arbor Research is available on the careers page at

Habitat Fund Development Manager (Harbor Springs)

Posted 10/23/2014 by MNA


The Fund Development Manager will identify, organize and manage the fund development activities of NW Michigan Habitat for Humanity Inc., with a focus on new possibilities for ongoing and increased support. He or she will work with the Executive Director, Board of Director’s Fund Development Team, Fund Raising Committee(s) and staff in planning, communicating, and executing successful resource development initiatives such that adequate financial support is generated for the mission of the Habitat affiliate. Our mission is to put God’s love into action, bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat provides safe, affordable housing for lower income families in Charlevoix and Emmet Counties.

The Fund Development Manager will create new initiatives and communication strategies which deepen the commitment of existing donors, volunteers and staff towards the Habitat mission, as well as gain new support through positive communications. Manager will provide meaningful responses on a personal and practical basis so that donors are informed and continue to support the affiliate.

Immediate, new full time position with benefits. Position may require infrequent weekend/evening activities and some travel throughout affiliate area of Charlevoix & Emmet Counties.

For full job description and core responsibilities statement, please visit Send resume with salary requirements and a sample of a successful grant you have written to by November 15, 2014.
NW Michigan Habitat for Humanity is an equal opportunity employer, and 501(c)3, FEIN 38-2971056

Data Analyst (Detroit)

Posted 10/17/2014 by MNA


Data Driven Detroit (D3), an affiliate of the Michigan Nonprofit Association, is seeking a Data Analyst to assist the D3 team with data analysis, storage, documentation and visualization. This is a part-time temporary position with a maximum of 29 hours per week.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist with procurement of data from city departments and other third-party data providers
  • Provide technical assistance to clients
  • Convert data from original format into a relational/spatial database
  • Prepare and process tabular data for georeferencing
  • Edit, update and maintain databases
  • GIS data creation, conversion and integration
  • Maintain metadata
  • Ensure quality assurance of data
  • Track and report milestones and provide status reports
  • Perform related duties as required


  • Proficiency with ArcGIS
  • Experience with MS Access
  • Ability to perform basic statistical analysis
  • Ability to modify and analyze data in a variety of formats
  • Ability to create compelling data visualizations
  • Ability to manage multiple projects with tight deadlines
  • Ability to communicate complex concepts to audiences with varying technical expertise
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite

Full job description available here

Submit resume and cover letter to Kelley Kuhn, Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer at

Chief Financial Officer (Plymouth)

Posted 10/17/2014 by MNA

Reporting to vice president, will set financial policy and direction. Will lead all financial administration, business planning, and budgeting. Will work closely with the finance committee of Board.


  • Partner with president on all operational and strategic issues; provide recommendations.
  • Participate in strategic planning.
  • Oversee long-term budgetary planning and cost management.
  • Engage board finance committee.
  • Oversee budgeting, and implementation of budgets; monitor progress and present operational metrics internally and externally.
  • Ensure finance staff maintains financial records in accordance with GAAP
  • Monitor use of funds.
  • Oversee preparation and approval of all financial reports and metrics for funding organizations and Board.
  • Manage cash flow and forecasting.
  • Coordinate audit activities.
  • Review finance procedures; recommending improvements and managing systems.
  • Develop and manage staff

Seasoned, mature leader with at least 5-7 years of broad experience including: audit,gathering and evaluating financial information and making actionable recommendations to leadership. Ideally have experience with a nonprofit.

  • Minimum of a BS. CPA/CMA or MBA preferred.
  • Mature and proactive.
  • If from for-profit world, nonprofit board experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated excellence in managing finance, accounting, budgeting, control, and reporting.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Collaborative and flexible style.
  • Team player who is committed to lifelong learning.
  • Hands-on manager with integrity and a desire to work in dynamic, mission-driven environment.
  • Effective communicator. Strong oral and written skills.
  • Strong commitment to developing team members.
  • Demonstrated commitment to social sector. A passion for the organization’s mission essential.

Please send resume to:

New Media Specialist (Bloomfield Hills)

Posted 10/16/2014 by MNA

The Organization for Bat Conservation is seeking a part-time New Media Specialist to work with the Communications Department on the new Save the Bats ( and campaign. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a high profile, national conservation program and to be involved in a growing organization. The ideal candidate for this role will have professional experience in communications and social media and be passionate about the use of social communications tools the further the cause of protecting bats, biodiversity and environmental health. In this role, the New Media Specialist will be responsible for posting and responding on a wide range of social platforms multiple times daily, primarily from our office in Bloomfield Hills. Please send a cover letter including salary requirement and resume to Danielle Todd at by 10/31.
PT Temporary Administrative Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 10/16/2014 by MNA

  • Act as a liaison between the agency Board Strategic Planning Committee and the CEO
  • Assist in the capturing, translating, and presenting information
  • Prepare and organize information for scheduled work sessions
  • Check in with all parties as directed by the CEO
  • Maintain information and files related to the process
  • Follow up and research requests from the committees
  • Organize the committee meetings, logistics and ensure appropriate supports are available
  • Assist with professional development opportunities for staff and AmeriCorps team members
  • Assist with some Human Resource functions as directed by the CEO
  • Produce a weekly report on project activities
  • Assist with other administrative and operational functions within DPN as requested
  • Execute on other duties as assigned


  • Experience working in Human Resource functions
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suites
  • Proficient in information management physically and electronically
  • Experience creating graphic and visually attractive presentations
  • Excellent Communicator
  • Excellent Listener
  • Highly Organized
  • Experience working with diverse groups of people

Application Process:
Applicants should email cover letter and resume to: or fax to: 313 832-0623 or direct mail to: 726 Lothrop Rd. - Detroit MI 48202- Attn: Human Resources.

Detroit Parent Network does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, religion, or disability.

A criminal background, drug screen, and TB test must be completed before hire. A resume must be submitted.

Office Space for Rent (Okemos)

Posted 10/15/2014 by MNA

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 Clara Bauman at
Executive Assistant/Office Manager (Detroit)

Posted 10/15/2014 by MNA

The Executive Assistant/Office Manager is the sole administrative staff person in a small office. The successful candidate must effectively support the operations of the Fund, serve as administrative liaison to the Board, and interface effectively with all levels of staff, board, and external constituents. Duties include: arranging board and committee meetings; proofreading, editing and preparing documents; supporting the corporate secretary function; supporting the grantmaking function; managing the office and facilities; and various projects and tasks and other duties as assigned.

The Executive Assistant is the first point of contact for the Fund, and must possess a high level of discretion, excellent organizational skills, a keen sense of hospitality, and attention to detail. Candidate must thrive in a team setting, but work well independently and with minimal supervision.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • 5 years experience as an executive assistant/office manager or comparable position. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Ability to work effectively with staff and board, and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Aptitude for organizing tasks, managing time and prioritizing projects.
  • High standards regarding accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Outstanding integrity, discretion, judgment, initiative and motivation.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, tolerance, flexibility, and humor.
  • Strong work ethic, ability to take initiative, and willing to pitch in as needed.
  • High-level proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.

Interested candidates should email their resumes and a cover letter, including salary requirements, to, by November 14, 2014

Director of Programs (Ann Arbor)

Posted 10/14/2014 by MNA

Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

Are you a mashup of Sally Ride, Steve Jobs, Ms. Frizzle, and Bill Nye? If so, we really like the way you think. And if you want to spark discovery and wonder in children through award-winning informal science education programs, then we have an outstanding opportunity for you at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum as our new Director of Programs. Are you ready to roll up your sleeves and join the team? Go to
Lead Accountant (Detroit)

Posted 10/14/2014 by MNA

General Summary of Duties:

Under general direction of the Chief Financial Officer, the Senior Accountant assists the Chief Officer in the day-to-day operation of the department and has primary responsibility for all facets of revenue accounting. The incumbent is responsible for processing transactions and adjustments necessary to maintain an accurate general ledger. This position coordinates the month end closing process and reconciles bank accounts and other subsidiary ledgers/accounts to the month end ledger balance. The Senior Accountant generates financial reports and assists the CFO with tax reporting for the organization.

Required Education and Experience:

Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related degree is required; MBA is a plus Five (5) years experience in public and/or private accounting
Not-For- Profit experience is required
Experience with financial systems Financial Edge accounting software is preferred

Apply to staffing agency: PERSONNA UNLIMITED
Associate - Part-time (Lansing)

Posted 10/13/2014 by MNA

R. Neuner Consulting seeks an Associate to support and assist the firm on a range of projects, including planning, logistics, administration, communication, and facilitation. This is a part-time role that offers the right candidate the opportunity to gain significant experience working in policy-making and non-profit administration. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with excellent computer, organizational, and communication skills. Experience with project management and online communications is highly desired.

We’re a small, entrepreneurial, energetic public policy consulting firm in downtown Lansing. We work to transform Michigan communities into healthier, more sustainable places by helping organizations build strong coalitions and winning campaigns. With deep experience in Michigan’s environmental, food systems, community development, and transportation movements, we are adept at coalition-building, facilitation, and policy analysis. Learn more at

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Pay range is $13-$15/hour.


  • Schedule meetings, manage logistics and events.
  • Prepare pre- and post-meeting materials.
  • Draft content for print and electronic materials.
  • Research policy issues, organize and compile information.
  • Complete data entry and filing tasks.
  • Support a variety of office administration needs.


  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Strong communications skills, including the ability to write clearly and concisely.
  • Able to handle a variety of tasks in a fast-paced work environment.
  • A sense of humor.
  • Experience working with public policy or the non-profit sector.
  • An interest in our focus public policy issues.

More details at

Executive Director (Honor/Benzie County)

Posted 10/11/2014 by MNA

Organization Description
If you are motivated by an organization led by productive forward thinkers during a time of growth, development and progress, Benzie Home Health Care may be your next career move. Located in beautiful northwestern Michigan, Benzie Home Health Care (BHHC) has been providing the highest standard of personalized, professional and compassionate care to residents of Benzie County, Michigan since 1975.

Position Description
BHHC is a well-established and highly respected provider of home care services and is seeking a compassionate and experienced Executive Director to lead, develop and execute successful plans for finance, operations, marketing, fund development, community outreach, employee recruitment as well as client referrals and satisfaction. The Executive Director is the key management leader of BHHC and is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and long-range planning for the organization. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

-Bachelor’s degree in business management, marketing or fund development -Five or more years nonprofit management experience including proven success in development and implementation of fund development and marketing programs -Excellent written and oral communication skills -Proficient in Microsoft Office applications -Solid, hands-on budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making, and reporting -Experience using QuickBooks and DonorPerfect (or equivalent donor management software)

Please email your cover letter, resume and three references to with subject: ED POSITION by Monday, November 10, 2014. Visit for the complete job description.
Program Director (Honor/Benzie County)

Posted 10/11/2014 by MNA

If you are motivated by an organization that makes a difference in the lives of others, Benzie Home Health Care may be your next career move. Benzie Home Health Care (BHHC) is a non-profit organization and well-established provider of home care services serving residents of Benzie County since 1975.

Services include:
-RN assessments, care plans, and help with medication management -Assistance with personal care, meal preparation, housekeeping, exercise, and companionship -Respite care -Telephone reassurance calls -Medical equipment loans

Benzie Home Health Care is seeking a compassionate and experienced Program Director to supervise and contribute to services offered to residents of Benzie County. The Program Director is responsible for effectively managing and evaluating BHHC’s clinical operations, services and staff.

-Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing, College, or University. Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred -Current license/registration by the State of Michigan as a Registered Nurse -Minimum three (3) years of experience with homecare nursing, including experience with homecare or private duty software programs and some experience leading or supervising health care staff within the past five (5) years -Proficient in Microsoft Office applications -CPR certification -Access to reliable vehicle, valid driver’s license and personal vehicle insurance

-Part-time position (25 hours/week)
-Competitive salary based on experience

For consideration, please email your cover letter, resume and three references to with subject: PD POSITION on or before November 10, 2014. Visit for the complete job description.
Director of Finance (Detroit)

Posted 10/10/2014 by MNA

Director of Finance - Controller

Professional needed to provide leadership and be responsible for the supervision and control of the financial system of this not for profit Agency, including budgeting and financial statement and report preparation. This person carries out the fiscal responsibilities and activities of the Agency under the supervision of the CFAO. Master degree in accounting or finance or a CPA with 5 years of experience, or Bachelor’s degree with minimum 10 years of experience.
Submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to or fax to 313-446-4453.
Special Events Manager (Detroit)

Posted 10/10/2014 by MNA

Special Events Manager – Detroit, MI
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order

Inspired by the gospel of Jesus and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Capuchin friars of the Province of St. Joseph, together with our partners in ministry, prayerfully build sister-brotherhood in the world. We attend simply and directly to the spiritual and other basic human needs, especially those of the poor and disenfranchised, promoting justice for all.

The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order is currently seeking a Special Events Manager. The primary purpose of this position is to effectively plan and implement annual giving and special events of several of the Detroit based ministries.

Please view list of responsibilities at:

Qualifications: The desired education and experience level for this positions is a Bachelor Degree and three years prior experience in Fund Raising, Development or Marketing. The work schedule is generally Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm with occasional evening and weekend work related to special events.

Resume deadline is October 24, 2014

Please submit letter of interest and resume to: Include Special Events Manager in the subject line.


Attention: Human Resources
Special Events Manager
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order
1820 Mt. Elliott Street
Detroit, Michigan 48207

AmeriCorps Positions (Various Locations)

Posted 10/9/2014 by MNA



Summary: The Mentoring to Access Corps (MAC), a Michigan Nonprofit Association program will enroll and place full-time AmeriCorps members with youth mentoring programs and college campuses across Michigan. These AmeriCorps members will use mentoring as a tool to promote and increase college access and career readiness for the youth they serve. Mentoring-based AmeriCorps members will increase the quantity and quality of youth mentoring relationships while also impacting college-going rates and career readiness for hundreds of K-12 youth in Michigan. Campus/Community-based AmeriCorps members will increase college access for high school youth who are low-income or first generation college students.

Positions available in: Pontiac, Owosso, Marquette, Grand Rapids

Required Qualifications:

  • Some college experience, Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Prior experience serving youth and volunteers
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Possession of valid driver’s license
  • Possession of documentation of citizenship or lawful permanent resident alien status of the United States
  • Willingness to submit to a comprehensive criminal history check, including an FBI fingerprint check


  • An annual living allowance of $12,100 (pre-tax);
  • Standard AmeriCorps member health care coverage;
  • Income-eligible childcare assistance;
  • Ongoing professional development and networking opportunities;
  • Participation in a statewide project dedicated to building the future of Michigan’s youth;
  • Education Award of $5,645 to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans (pending completion of a minimum 1700 hours of service over a 12 month period);
  • Forbearance on qualified student loans.

To apply, send resume and location preference to Amy Crockett at by October 20.

Executive Director - Part-Time (Brighton)

Posted 10/9/2014 by MNA

Special Ministries of Livingston County is a 501(C) (3) non-profit organization that serves adults living with cognitive and physical disabilities in Livingston County. Our mission is to provide a range of quality programs to support challenged adults in the discovery of their full potential through growth in social-emotional development, continual learning, recreational and spiritual development.

Special Ministries is looking for an exceptional leader to serve as part-time Executive Director. This is an outstanding opportunity for a director who would like to develop an innovative approach to managing the day-to-day operations of the organization; carrying out the mission and in enhancing our community impact for those we serve. For a detailed job description, qualifications and additional organizational information go to To apply send cover letter and resume by October 31 to
Vice President for Advancement & Executive Director of the EMU Foundation (Ypsilanti)

Posted 10/9/2014 by MNA

Eastern Michigan University, with more than with more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs and 22,000 students, seeks an entrepreneurial leader with a solid track record to serve as its next Vice President for Advancement (VP) and Executive Director of the Foundation. As the Chief Advancement Officer for EMU, the VP will oversee all development and alumni relations strategies, operations and campaign planning processes needed to help the University achieve its short and long term goals.

Qualifications Include:

  • Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree or study preferred.
  • A demonstrated ability and successful track record of planning, executing and successfully closing significant major and principal gifts in an institution of higher education; meaningful experience working in an academic setting is desirable.
  • Experience in leading, or being a part of, a capital campaign aimed at securing transformational gifts during a time of rapid growth.
  • A track record of success in a supervisory role leading a development operation; an approach to management that brings out the best in staff and yields pride, ownership, and a sense of team effort.
  • Ability and willingness to travel throughout Michigan and the United States.

To learn more about the job and to apply online go to: Letters of application, resumes and the contact information for three professional references can be attached to the application.

Executive Director (Lansing)

Posted 10/9/2014 by MNA

The School-Community Health Alliance of Michigan (SCHA-MI) – is seeking a dynamic, forward-thinking Executive Director (ED) with a strategic management style and the strong business acumen necessary to energize, organize and propel school-based health centers forward. SCHA-MI, a 10 year-old statewide organization, is the unifying voice for school-based and school-linked health centers and it advocates on their behalf; educating the public, elected officials, funders and key stakeholders on the importance of this critical health care delivery model. SCHA-MI’s ED will be instrumental in elevating state and national recognition of the Association’s fundamental belief: That all Michigan children and youth have a basic right to access and receive comprehensive primary health care and prevention services.
A successful candidate will be a natural relationship builder; ideally someone who is already connected to the public health, education and/or human services industry. As the public face of the School-Community Health Alliance of MI, the ED must have an engaging, compelling presence and be passionate about improving access to the vital health care services that school-based and school-linked health centers provide to our children! The position requires an authentic, collaborative leader with a proven track record of building influential boards, cultivating shared goals, and positioning an organization for relevance and sustainability in the years to come. For full description go to

To express your interest in this position, please submit your resume, salary requirements and a cover letter explaining how your qualifications relate to this position. Materials can be sent to
Part-Time Community Coordinator (Detroit)

Posted 10/8/2014 by MNA

Position Title: Corpus Christi Neighborhood Development Coordinator
Position reports to: Fr. Donald Archambault, Pastor Corpus Christi Catholic Church
Scheduled Hours: Flexible; an average of ten hours per week. The position does require attendance at evening meetings and may require work during evening and weekend hours.
Position Wages: $15 per hour with annual salary not to exceed $10,000.
Position Summary

Work directly with the residents in a square mile of Northwest Detroit to facilitate the establishment of a fully operational block club on each block. This will be accomplished by establishing block clubs where none currently exist assist existing block clubs that are floundering and expand active participation of all the residents in the O’Hair Park Community Association.
Second, to establish awareness of and active support of the O’Hair Park Community Association with all businesses within the geography, including both sides of Seven Mile Road.
Specific job responsibilities in 2014-2015 include:

  1. Creation of a detailed Strategic Plan for block club development
  2. Increase number of viable block clubs from the 8 existing block clubs to 13 by April 1, 2015
  3. Work with the existing block clubs who are floundering to help with efforts to re-engage their focus and efforts to have active and effective organizations.
  4. Attend all O’Hair Park Community Association Meetings and Organizing Committee
  5. Participate in all O’Hair Park Community Association initiatives and assist in increasing neighborhood participation. 

Send resume or gain further information by contacting Fr. Don Archambault at

Director of Institutional Advancement (Detroit)

Posted 10/8/2014 by MNA

The Director of Institutional Advancement reports to the Director of Development and Stewardship of the Archdiocese of Detroit and is responsible for planning and implementing a coordinated marketing and communications strategy that supports the strategic priorities of Sacred Heart Major Seminary.

The Director of Institutional Advancement works closely with the faculty and administration, professional staff, the Alumni Board of Directors, Trustees and other volunteers, and colleagues in the Department of Development and Stewardship in planning, managing, and executing a comprehensive program that effectively communicates the mission, vision, and values of Sacred Heart Major Seminary and promotes the rector, the faculty, alumni, academic programs, and special events to internal and external constituents. The Director supervises the Event Manager, the Communications Manager, and the Associate Director of Annual Giving.

For a complete job description and instructions on how to apply please visit:
Director of Cultural Affairs and Community Engagement (Clinton Township)

Posted 10/8/2014 by MNA

FUNCTION: Manages the College's overall cultural and community enrichment activities and initiatives, including but not limited to national touring performances, College cultural events, community enrichment events, corporate programs, and facility rentals. Establishes partnerships and collaborations with major cultural organizations to increase the College's regional and national visibility. Directs state-or-the-art performing arts center, including 1,200 seat main theatre and black box, as well as cultural center and art gallery. Establishes and oversees the implementation of strategies and activities complementing the College's fundraising efforts impacting the annual campaign, major gifts, corporate sponsorships, grants, and in-kind gifts.

EDUCATION: Master's degree required

EXPERIENCE: Three years' experience in arts management, including responsibility for and oversight of similar venues, with a focus on demonstrated presenter experience, business management skills in marketing and promotion, finance and human resources; demonstrated success in connection with collaboration with community cultural partners. Experience in fund development activities and donor relations including solicitation, gift acquisition, and donor stewardship; proven track record of successful event planning and implementation.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Proficiency in use of fund development software, including donor management and prospecting as well as in software for event management and ticketing; knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications.

Apply at

Executive Director (Detroit)

Posted 10/7/2014 by MNA


Executive Director for The Detroit Public Library Friends Foundation, encourages public interest in and contributions to the Library's collections benefiting the Library. reporting to the Detroit Public Library Friends Foundation Board of Directors, the Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the organization's staff, programs, expansion and execution of its mission. To apply for this position, register with NPPN online at ( and upload your resume and a cover letter addressed to The Detroit Public Library Friends Foundation.

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 10/7/2014 by MNA

We have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Assistant to join our team of talented professionals. Regular working hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. This individual should have at least three years subsequent experience. We offer our employees a competitive salary, a paid time off package and health benefits.
Positive Images, Inc., located in Detroit, MI is a licensed substance abuse treatment program. Our services include traditional and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, residential treatment and a Maternal Infant Health Program. Positive Images is seeking a Administrative Assistant for the Executive Director.

Demonstrate the ability to navigate Windows based products and master skills for electronic recordkeeping Must be able to create and maintain accurate administrative reports, supervision records, create and maintain personnel and client files, collect data and maintain client satisfaction reports.
Must be able to work under pressure and be able to multi-task 

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to

Development Manager (Grand Rapids)

Posted 10/6/2014 by MNA

Job Responsibilities:
Overall Planning – Assist in development of strategic plan to implement the Walk to Defeat ALS® within Western Michigan. The plan will include a timeline for each Walk “season.” Timeline should include deadlines, such as securing permits, material ordering, mailing, sponsorship inclusion, and such. Recruitment of Walk volunteer groups and committees.

Recruitment – Serve as the point of contact for calls from volunteer leads, and team captains. All “leads” are entered into the database and the online Walk fundraising system and tracked for follow-up and development purposes.

Project management – Establish projected income goals and develop and implement plans and strategies for meeting income goals for each Walk in the region. Update, order, maintain, supply, and distribute all Walk materials.

Interested individuals may send their application documents to Jennifer Cottrell at

Major Gifts Officer (Bingham Farms)

Posted 10/6/2014 by MNA

The oldest and largest animal welfare organization in the state of Michigan, the non-profit Michigan Humane Society protects animals from cruelty, abuse, and oppression; provides a wide breadth of services aimed at alleviating animal suffering; and works to reduce and end the root causes of animal welfare issues. We are seeking a dynamic, experienced professional to join our team as a Major Gifts Officer. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, this position will be responsible for identifying, researching, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individuals, corporations, and foundations capable of making major and planned gifts in support of the Humane Society’s capital campaign and annual fundraising and other initiatives.

The ideal candidate must have a bachelor’s degree and 5-7 years of progressively responsible fund development experience with particular emphasis on major gifts and planned giving. Additional desired attributes include: excellent written and verbal communication skills; great people skills; experience working with boards of directors, volunteers, and high net-worth individuals; ability to adapt style to variety of situations; and strong organizational and strategic planning skills. Experience in non-profit philanthropy is required.

Please send your cover letter, resume, and a 1 page case for support writing sample to: Marta Diffen, Chief Development Officer, 30300 Telegraph Road, Suite 220, Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. No phone calls, faxes, or third parties will be accepted.
Program Operations Manager - Michigan Teacher Corps (Lansing/Detroit - flexible)

Posted 10/6/2014 by MNA

Program Operations Manager – Michigan Teacher Corps

TNTP seeks a full-time Program Operations Manager for the Michigan Teacher Corps. This position is located in Michigan (Mid-Michigan and Detroit areas preferred) and is available immediately.

TNTP is a national non-profit that has reimagined teaching. We believe great teaching is transformative and that teachers, more than any other factor in education, have the greatest impact on whether or not a student will succeed in school.

The Michigan Teacher Corps (MTC) will employ a highly-selective process to recruit new teachers and teacher leaders as corps members to commit to serve in Michigan’s lowest-performing schools and districts. Our goals are for MTC teachers to provide highly effective instruction, achieve significant student academic gains, effect continuous and sustained improvement within their placement schools and districts, and dramatically improve student achievement to close achievement gaps.

The Program Operations Manager will lead the strategy and execution of MTC program operations and services aligned with our goals. The Program Operations Manager will work closely with the Site Director and help ensure all candidates, teachers, and clients have an exceptional experience with MTC.

Strong program or project management experience and the ability to organize, plan, and execute multiple projects simultaneously Strong skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint required; Wiki space management experience preferred Outstanding interpersonal, communication and teamwork skills Experience working in high-need schools or with high-needs populations (preferred)

Please submit your resume and tailored cover letter online
Development Database Administrator (Detroit)

Posted 10/3/2014 by MNA

St. Vincent de Paul is seeking a Development Administrator for its Fund Development department. responsible for tracking donor information. Knowledge of Raisers Edge is essential. Please send resume to

Program Director (Flint)

Posted 10/3/2014 by MNA


Ele’s Place, a healing center for grieving children with branches in Lansing, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, is opening a new branch in Flint. Each week, peer support group programs help hundreds of children, ages 3-18, learn how to cope and begin to heal after the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member or friend.

Ele’s Place is seeking a full time Program Director for the Flint, MI branch.

The Program Director develops, implements and oversees programming; supervises staff and volunteers. Provides guidance and information to grieving families and others; oversees support group sessions and ensures consistency and quality of programming. Speaks to community groups and professionals who work with children.


  • Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work or a related human services or medical sciences field.
  • Knowledge of grief issues
  • Minimum 5 years departmental management experience
  • Minimum 2 years program coordination experience
  • Experience with support groups for adults and children • Experience working with volunteers

Send cover letter & resume to:
Elizabeth Webb,
Director of Operations
Ele’s Place
1145 W. Oakland Avenue
Lansing, MI 48915
Or email this information to:

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Program and Policy Specialist (Okemos)

Posted 10/3/2014 by MNA


Non-profit association needs experienced non-profit professional to assist with administering anti-poverty programs, grant writing, training, and organizational standards. A background in Community Action preferred. The position will include scheduling meetings and taking minutes, writing reports, attending meetings, research, grant writing, developing training and presenting training. Ability to work collaboratively in a complex environment with internal and external stakeholders is required.

Assist Community Action Agencies with requests for technical assistance and training relating to Organizational Standards.

Assist in writing grants and conduct grant related research. Other writing and public relations assignments as needed.

Assist with the development of a peer to peer mentorship program and/or volunteer programs.

Attend conferences and meetings in Michigan and in the United States to represent the Association. Understand anti-poverty policy and be able to make contributions to policy conversations while advocating for members and the poor.

May be required to handle securing of bids, preparing expense authorizations for projects, assist with grant/financial reports/budgets, meeting logistics, travel arrangements, and other duties as assigned.

Requires travel in Michigan U.S.

Bachelor's degree (B. AS.) in an area of study related to human services, advocacy, and/or nonprofit administration preferred.

Public speaking experience, training, facilitation, conflict resolution skills and project management experience required.

$16.80 to $17.50 / hour

To apply: Send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to The position will be filled as soon as possible. For more information about Michigan Community Action, visit No phone calls please!

Independent Living Specialist (Clinton Township)

Posted 10/3/2014 by MNA


The Independent Living Specialist provides four core services to consumers to assist individuals with achieving their goals. The four core services are: Information & Referral, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills Training and Advocacy. This position involves working one-on-one with consumers, MRS Counselors, community case workers and various community agencies. This position requires facilitation of Empowerment Trainings at the local Michigan Rehabilitation Services office.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate monthly Empowerment Trainings at the Clinton Township Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS) office.
  • Provide individualized Peer Support (through authorizations from MRS) to effectively identify and overcome barriers to issues such as employment, independent living, transportation and self-advocacy.
  • Provide I & R and CSR services to walk-in consumers.


  • Knowledge of disability issues and independent living issues.
  • Experience (professional or personal) working with individuals with disabilities.
  • Demonstrated written, verbal communication skills; including public speaking experience.
  • Demonstrated group facilitation and meeting skills.
  • Be able to demonstrate and apply a working knowledge of systems and resources available to people with disabilities.
  • Knowledge of community resources available within Macomb County.
  • Ability to research and problem-solve complex issues.
  • Ability to travel within Oakland and Macomb counties independently.
  • Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in the Human Services field preferred.
  • A minimum of two years experience in Human Service related field preferred

Interviews will start October 15. Please apply to Kellie Boyd: Phone calls will not be accepted.

Family Services Coordinator - Part-Time (Grand Rapids)

Posted 10/3/2014 by MNA


Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens. Three branch locations support families throughout the Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Lansing areas and beyond. Each week, peer support group programs help hundreds of children, ages 3-18, learn how to cope and begin to heal after the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member or friend.

Ele’s Place is seeking a Family Services Coordinator to work with its grief support programs. This position is part time and includes working two evenings per week.

The Family Services Coordinator will:
o Work with other program staff members to provide guidance and information to grieving families and others o Conduct family informational meetings and intake sessions o Oversee assigned support group program sessions, including supervising volunteers and clinicians o Assist with projects, make presentations on behalf of Ele's Place, maintain records, and perform other responsibilities as needed

A minimum of LLMSW, LLP or LPC certification is required.

Ideal candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and good computer skills. Adult and child group experience, knowledge of grief issues and community resources required. Previous experience working with volunteers is very helpful. Ideal candidates must be able to work a flexible schedule.

Send cover letter & resume to:
Ele’s Place
1145 W. Oakland
Lansing, MI 48915
or email this information to

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Development Coordinator (Royal Oak)

Posted 10/3/2014 by MNA


The Detroit Zoological Society seeks a Development Coordinator for its Development team. S/he will be responsible for the administration and management of DZS’s Raiser’s Edge donor database, including the processing and entry of donor information and contributions, acknowledgement of charitable contributions, extraction of data, and user support. S/he will also provide back-up support to the other administrative members of the development team. Principal duties and responsibilities include, working with accounting and membership to reconcile gifts, provide transaction information and reports, troubleshoot issues, and, when required, reevaluate procedures and systems to improve future gift tracking, reconciliation, and reporting. The Development Coordinator will report to the Director of Development Operations and will collaborate with the Prospect Research Manager and other fundraisers in the prospect research and moves management activities of the Development Department. These include the generation of donor and prospect profiles, as well as reporting on cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities. S/he should possess an Associate’s degree and/or equivalent level of knowledge, and should have at least two years of experience working in a nonprofit fundraising environment. Excellent computer skills and a high level of proficiency in Raiser’s Edge 7.91, Microsoft Excel, and other MS Office applications are required. The ideal candidate will also have excellent organizational skills, including the ability to identify priorities, work independently, meet deadlines, and use logic and analysis to solve computer software problems.

To view complete job descriptions and to apply online, please visit The direct link to the jobs page is:

Director of Development Operations (Royal Oak)

Posted 10/3/2014 by MNA


The Detroit Zoological Society seeks a Director of Development Operations to organize and manage development operations, ensuring continuous improvement in the systems and processes that support the department’s success. He or she will work closely with the Chief Development Officer to develop and implement fundraising strategies to support institutional needs and priorities. The Director of Development Operations will hire, train, and provide direction and supervision to development operations staff members, establish and administer fundraising programs, help to identify the organization’s program, service, and facility needs, and lead the implementation and integration of fundraising and stewardship plans. The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s Degree and at least seven years of progressive experience in fundraising and development operations for a non-profit organization. He or she should have a successful track record in managing and coaching development staff, and be proficient in running reports, queries, and analyses using Raiser’s Edge. Candidates who are members of professional organizations such as AFP, PPP, or APRA, are encouraged to apply.

To view complete job descriptions and to apply online, please visit The direct link to the jobs page is:

Executive Director, Leadership Oakland (Oakland County)

Posted 10/2/2014 by MNA

The Executive Director must be thoroughly committed to Leadership Oakland’s mission. All candidates should have proven leadership, coaching, and relationship management experience. Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred
  • Experience working with non-profit board or significant volunteer experience working closely with non-profit organization
  • Experience with planning and management of educational programs and services
  • Demonstrated experience in event planning, marketing and public relations
  • Demonstrated successful experience in fundraising and donor development (including personal solicitation)
  • Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
  • At least 2 years of supervisory experience
  • Track record of sound budgetary and fiscal management

For a complete description
How to apply – Interested candidates should send a cover memo with contact information and resume to the attention of Kevin Wisely at on or before October 31, 2014. Interviews are anticipated to be held during the month of November/December with final selection occurring at the end of the calendar year. Anticipated start date is on or around March 1, 2015.

Literacy Coordinator (Muskegon)

Posted 10/2/2014 by MNA


Read Muskegon is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to positively impact the lives of adults through improved literacy. The vision of Read Muskegon is that all residents of Muskegon County have access to high quality literacy instruction that enables them to reach their potential and contribute fully to their community. The primary responsibility of the Literacy Coordinator is to manage and assist in developing the programming systems of Read Muskegon including: 1-1 tutoring, Literacy Labs, fee-for-service programs, and family literacy events and trainings. Recruitment, training and support of volunteer tutors are major components of this position. Qualified candidates will have a B.A. in Education or a related field, have experience supervising volunteers or employees, and excellent oral and written communication skills including the ability to interact effectively and compassionately with people from a variety of backgrounds. Experience with non-profit organizations, adult learners, or work force development is desirable. The position is 30 hours per week with the potential to increase. For more details or to apply, please contact Melissa Moore at or mail cover letter, resume and references to P.O. Box 1312, Muskegon, MI 49443. Application closing date is October 10.

Looking to Post a Position?

Posted 10/1/2010 by MNA

Michigan Nonprofit Job Center is a leading resource for nonprofit job opportunities in Michigan. We accept advertising for available jobs, positions desired including independent contract work, ads for office space and/or equipment for sale or lease and for-profits who look out for the interest of nonprofits.To place an ad, visit
Metro Detroit Office
28 W. Adams, Suite 1500
Detroit, MI 48226
Lansing Office
330 Marshall St, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48912