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Posted 8/31/2015 by MNA

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Program Officer (Flint)

Posted 8/3/2015 by MNA

Job Purpose: To align needs and opportunities of the community and the foundation in developing program strategies.

Develops in-depth knowledge of foundation program areas, including current issues and key resource people and organizations. Engages with community partners and stakeholders to maintain contemporary knowledge of pressing needs, changing local context and issues impacting the life outcomes of Flint residents. Seeks opportunities to collaborate and coordinate with community partners on issues of shared concern.Communicates with nonprofit agencies, low-income communities, and funders (public and private) about the foundation’s grant making priorities, guidelines and proposal review process.Guides prospective applicants through the process of understanding the foundation’s funding interests, values and application, assesses the potential for a fit prior to application, and makes referrals to other community partners or funding sources when appropriate.Evaluates grant proposals and conducts programmatic, financial and organizational due diligence. Prepares written analysis, summary and recommendations for discussion with Program Director and program staff, and presents to the Board of Trustees.Monitors and evaluates individual grants and their relationship to foundation objectives.

Bachelor’s degree in social sciences or related field.Five years experience preferably working with foundations, community-based nonprofit organizations or local units of government.Understanding of place-based grantmaking’s role in the community.Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Ability to conduct research and produce creative written materials with persuasive impact.Strong analytical skills and ability to synthesize large volumes of information. Email resume to or mail to Denise Holaly, Ruth Mott Foundation, 111 E. Court Street, Suite 3C, Flint, MI, 48502, by August 19.

Academic Director (Detroit)

Posted 8/3/2015 by MNA

The Academic Director is responsible for all operational aspects of both BHGH's Hope Academy's. Working alongside BHGH's Program Director, the Academic Director provides direction regarding Scholar recruitment and admission into each Academy. The Academic Director will create a weekly curriculum to meet strategic goals that include advancing and tracking each Scholar's academic progress, personal development, life skills, college preparation, and college completion. The Academic Director will manage a staff of 6-8 Site Coordinators (staff located in each high school, who are charged with daily instruction of the BHGH's Hope Academy afterschool curriculum).

The Academic Director must be an individual who has a passion for young people and for BHGH's mission. Candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree in education or related field of study (Master's degree, preferred). A minimum of 5 years of progressively more responsibility in the education sector is required. Prior management experience is preferred.

To learn more about Boys Hope Girls Hope, visit our website at Qualified candidates should apply by going to the Join/Current Openings list and selecting the Detroit Academic Director link.

Executive Director (Port Huron)

Posted 8/3/2015 by MNA


  • Reports to and is staff for the Board of Directors.
  • Provides the leadership and visioning for the Organization.
  • Committed to the Vision/Mission/Values of the Organization.
  • Oversees the planning process for the Organization and its programs.
  • Accountable for identifying and responding to Board and organizational priorities.
  • Provides oversight and guidance to the Administrative Team.
  • Is spokesperson for the Organization and provides representation at pertinent federal, state, and regional associations and events.
  • Knowledge of community networks, processes, political mechanisms, and priorities so as to preserve and advance the mission of the Organization.


  • MS or MA Degree in related field preferred. Bachelors Degree in related field required.
  • 5 – 7 years of administrative management experience in human services.
  • Experience representing a multi-million dollar organization at federal, state, and regional associations and events.
  • Acceptable criminal record, drug screen, and physical examination.
  • Valid driver’s license with driving record acceptable for insurance purposes.


  • Financial Planning and Management.
  • Contract Planning and Management.
  • Personnel Planning and Management.
  • Organizational Planning and Management.
  • Program Planning and Management.
  • Community Collaboration.

Executive Director benefit package includes health, dental, vision, life insurance, and other benefits as specified by policy.


Executive Director (Detroit)

Posted 8/3/2015 by MNA

Detroit Future City (DFC) is a newly formed non-profit invested in reinventing Detroit as a premier urban city. As the steward of the Detroit Future City planning document/framework, the DFC organizes and convenes a diverse group of public, private and community stakeholders to help inform decision-making, build capacity, take action, and realize specific outcomes around equitable land-use, economic and infrastructure development in the City of Detroit. Reporting to the DFC Board, the Executive Director will lead a team of 11 experienced and passionate employees, manage an operating budget of $2 - $2.5 million, and indirectly influence development, revitalization, reinvention and leverage millions in critical investments citywide. The ED is charged with operationalizing this significant organization for the future of Detroit, shifting from a more planning, policy and research organization to an independent fully operational and outcome focused entity that transforms the innovative framework into action and ultimately results. The ideal candidate is a strategic visionary who leads and executes through facilitating, inclusion, collaboration, and possesses a track record of building relationships and working effectively with diverse stakeholders in highly political environments.

This position requires a Bachelor's degree n business administration, public policy, public administration, urban planning, architecture, or engineering from an accredited four-year college or university, along with seven to ten years of related and substantive work experience.

To learn more about this opportunity and the application process, view the full profile at Confidential inquires should be directed to Brett Byers at 323-403-8279.

CIS School Site Coordinator (2 positions available) (Lansing)

Posted 8/3/2015 by MNA


Communities In Schools is seeking Site Coordinators for two elementary school sites within the Lansing Public Schools. Site Coordinators provide Integrated Student Supports to at risk youth, using the CIS evidence based model. Training in the use of the model will be provided. Follow this link for the complete job description and offering: Interested, qualified applicants may apply by sending resume to Job(s) begin in Sept and end in June; these are 10 month appointments with the potential of renewal for subsequent years.

Senior Loan Officer (Detroit)

Posted 8/3/2015 by MNA

Capital Impact Partners, Detroit, MI office is seeking a Senior Loan Officer.The Senior Loan Officer will attend industry trade conferences, and make presentations; foster and maintain key strategic relationships. Identify best product/program and structure complex loan transactions. Prepare internal triage memos for review and approval of credit committee; prepare and negotiate term sheets with borrowers and partners.Identify best product/program and structure complex loan transactions. Prepare internal triage memos for review and approval of credit committee; prepare and negotiate term sheets with borrowers and partners. Underwrite complex new loan transactions and obtain credit approval. Complete necessary due diligence on borrower/guarantor, project and real estate collateral. Review and interpret third party due diligence reports, including appraisals, market assessments, environmental reports, construction/property condition/entitlement reports. Complete detailed financial analysis and financial projections. Review borrowers’ and project documents to determine transaction viability, and identify and mitigate lenders’ risks with assistance from manager, credit team, construction team and legal team. Determine and negotiate loan covenants, reserves, guarantees and collateral. Prepare comprehensive underwriting memos and present at credit committee. Prepare and negotiate commitment letters with borrowers. Work with partners on loan participations. Manage, mentor and coach Origination Loan Associates to prepare them to become Loan Officers. Review work and manage professional development and training plan. Participate in and contribute to strategic and tactical planning for Capital Impact’s market sectors. Position requires 30% travel time.

Administrative Assistant to the CEO (St. Clair Shores)

Posted 8/3/2015 by MNA


Wigs 4 Kids is a local, grassroots nonprofit 501 (c)3 organization that provides wigs & support services to Michigan children experiencing hair loss as a result of illness & treatment at no charge.

Under direct supervision, the Administrative Assistant provides support to the CEO in every department (events, marketing, finance, etc). The Administrative Assistant will help coordinate speaking engagements, events, fundraisers, assist with our annual gala, capital campaign and other program activities. Processing wig orders for children, some public speaking and representing Wigs 4 Kids in the community at information booths will also be required.

Providing tours of the Wigs 4 Kids Wellness Center and managing day-to-day administrative tasks associated with the organization is key.

Candidate should be fluent in Microsoft Office 365 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Outlook) Any experience in WordPress to update our Wigs 4 Kids website or knowledge of Adobe programs for flyer creation is preferred. Quickbooks experience a plus.

Please visit our website, to learn about the Wigs 4 Kids program and the children it services, and email resumes to Positions available immediately as we are growing and need more help! Starting wage: $10/hour with possible increases based on skill set and performance.

Families First Worker (Redford)

Posted 7/30/2015 by MNA

The Families First Program works to prevent children from entering the foster care system by providing counseling and other support services within the home.  Staff is available to families 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

The primary responsibility of a Families First of Michigan Worker is to provide in-home, crisis oriented treatment and support to family units where one or more family members may be placed outside the home in a non-relative placement.  A Families First of Michigan Worker also:

  • Provides individual and family education and skills training through an average of 10 face to face hours each week of the intervention
  • Formulates goal-oriented treatment plans to prevent recurrence of crisis
  • Provides concrete services to families that directly impact the family’s ability to  prevent recurrence of crisis
  • Performs advocacy work with schools, court and other social service agencies as needed
  • Connects families to community resources
  • Models and teaches the family skills to help address risk factors in the home
  • Adheres to contract requirements regarding the submission of reports, family contacts, and meetings/contact with the referring worker

Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services is required, preferably social work
Qualified internal candidates should forward a cover letter and current resume to  by August 14, 2015. 
Full-Time AmeriCorps VISTA Leaders (Lansing)

Posted 7/29/2015 by MNA

The Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Program is a cohort of 30 VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) who serve throughout the state of Michigan in a national service role and focus on eliminating poverty within the areas of education and economic opportunity. MNA VISTA members expand efforts to reach across all areas of lifelong civic engagement through placements with K-12 schools through The LEAGUE Michigan, college campuses through Michigan Campus Compact, and volunteer centers through Volunteer Centers of Michigan. Members also serve with an identified local partner organization.

VISTA Leaders support, encourage, train, and organize the 30-member VISTA cohort during their service year. Leaders have an increased living stipend, partial housing stipend, and ample professional development/leadership opportunities. Leaders must have previously served as a VISTA member.

The MNA VISTA Program team is seeking to fill 2 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from Fall 2015 to Fall 2016. Positions must be filled by September 10th, so please have interested candidates apply today at:
MNA Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA (Various Locations)

Posted 7/29/2015 by MNA

The Michigan Nonprofit Association Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Program is a cohort of 30 VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) who serve throughout the state of Michigan in a national service role and focus on eliminating poverty within the areas of education and economic opportunity. The MNA VISTA Program is seeking to fill up to 6 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from November 2015 to November 2016. We are seeking candidates to serve at the following host sites:

  • Char-Em United Way (Petoskey)
  • Detroit Edison Public School Academy
  • HandsOn Battle Creek
  • TrueNorth Community Services (Fremont)
  • University of Michigan – Flint

AmeriCorps VISTA members serve their communities in a variety of ways and can expect to participate in the following activities:

  • Volunteer Recruitment
  • Volunteer Management
  • Resource Development
  • Grant Writing
  • Fundraising
  • Community Partnership Building
  • Volunteer Training

AmeriCorps VISTA service also comes with great benefits, including a living stipend, student loan forbearance or deferment, health coverage, vacation time, and more! Positions must be filled by September 10th, so apply today at:

Program Officer - Michigan (Battle Creek)

Posted 7/29/2015 by MNA

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, a leading philanthropic force helping communities create the conditions children need to thrive and the nation’s fifth largest foundation, is seeking nominations and applications for a Program Officer with a focus on Michigan programming. In recent years the Foundation has sharpened its focus on improving conditions for vulnerable children, concentrating on three key factors of success and their intersections: education and learning; food, health and well-being; and family economic security. Across these three areas, they have committed to seek opportunities to promote racial equity and healing, build a critical mass of engaged volunteers, and expand the reach and influence of the philanthropic community.

A full position description and application instructions can be found at

Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Nominations or applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), salary history and where you learned of the position should be sent to:

In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
Property Manager - Wayne Operations (Wayne)

Posted 7/29/2015 by MNA


The Property Manager reports to the Property and Asset Manager and is responsible for inspecting and ensuring maintenance work is completed for properties managed by Community Housing Network.

Full Time, Salaried, Exempt

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct real property inspections, including Housing Quality Standards inspections
  • Negotiate leases and lease amendments
  • Write specifications, schedule maintenance and repair work, evaluate and approve work proposals, monitor work progress and completion, and authorization of payment
  • Assess and monitor preventative maintenance
  • Maintain accurate and up to date property management records
  • Maintain working relationships with service providers, licensing and regulatory agencies, inspectors and appraisers, and contractors
  • Prepare, review, and award bid packages for contracted alterations and repair
  • Participate in the company emergency after hours on-call system
  • Daily travel to various properties throughout Wayne County to preform job responsibilities


  • Applicants must have at least 2-5 years experience in related field. Valid Real Estate License and HQS Inspection certificate required or ability and willingness to obtain one upon hire, Builders license preferred, or willingness to obtain one upon hire
  • Knowledge in tax credit asset and property management
  • Must possess proficient computer skills (software and hardware)
  • Ability to be well-organized, pro-active and self-directed, with excellent time management skills
  • Must be attentive to details and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Reliable transportation and ability to maintain vehicle insurance requirements on personal vehicle in accordance with company policy
  • Some evening and/or weekend hours may be required

To apply for this position please CLICK HERE:

Program Officer (Muskegon)

Posted 7/28/2015 by MNA

The Community Foundation for Muskegon County is seeking a program officer to join the grants team.  The successful candidate will possess excellent communication and analytical skills, in-depth knowledge of nonprofit organizations, and a desire to engage in the Muskegon community. This position is primarily responsible for grantmaking and related activities in the areas of discretionary, committee advised, donor advised and component fund grantmaking. The position includes responsibility for the review of grant proposals which may include making site visits to applicant organizations, drafting grant summaries and developing recommendations for consideration by the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.  A complete job description is located at  Send a cover letter and resume to by August 14.
Communications and Marketing Coordinator (Ypsilanti)

Posted 7/28/2015 by MNA

This part-time marketing/communication job is with Creative Change (, an educational organization that focuses on environmental/social curriculum and K12/university consulting. Our ideal candidate will develop an outreach strategy to support our business plan and execute it.

The job focuses on content development/distribution to identify and drive prospects through our sales funnel. Knowledge of social media, tracking, and adjusting strategies is key.

We have extensive content, and the candidate must flexibly turn this into documents and digital content pieces that will attract and secure clients.Our work is "academic" and we seek someone who can, for example, turn a dry report into an engaging story and promote it through multiple channels.

The position starts at 5-10 hours/week and will grow with the organization. Schedule is very flexible with work from home possible. Salary: No less than $15/hour, and higher assuming experience.


  • BA in communications/marketing
  • Outstanding writing skills for a variety of audiences/venues. 
  • Experience that supports the job duties. 
  • Ability to create multimedia content using Word, PPT, video editing, Wordpress, etc.
  • Interest in educational, environmental and social issues.

To apply: Mail hard copies of a resume and 3 relevant writing samples. If your portfolio includes digital work (blogs, videos), also send an email with the links to No other emails accepted. We will only contact candidates we wish to interview. No follow up emails please.

Program Associate, Learning Services (Detroit)

Posted 7/28/2015 by MNA


Specific Responsibilities

The following responsibilities are descriptive of current policies, practices and programs of CMF. The measures of success in each area of responsibility are tied to the annual Plan of Work. The Program Assistant is a non-exempt position that reports to the Director, Learning Services and supports Coordinators within the Learning Services department.

  • Manage and Coordinate program planning/event schedules and activities, manage logistics, catering needs, support the program team and/or volunteer committee.
  • Note taking for assigned planning meetings.
  • Develop various documents and meeting materials (e.g. budgets, procedures, forms, agendas, name tags, rosters, etc.) in order to implement and maintain services and/or programs.
  • Coordinate and execute all aspects of member communications related to program including meeting materials.
  • Marketing: communicate with communications and resources to coordinate promotions, signage and materials.
  • Research and report on potential programs and locations.
  • Communicate and coordinate information between team members and participants of programs.

For a full job description, please go to our website

Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Tammie TenBroeke at Items must be received no later than Friday, August 14, 2015.

The Council of Michigan Foundations is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

All correspondence will remain confidential.
Inspection Specialist (Troy)

Posted 7/28/2015 by MNA

Under the supervision of the Manager of Property and Asset Management, the Property Inspector will be responsible for scheduling and conducting a variety of inspections, including but not limited to HQS, USPC, REAC and licensed group homes.  Inspections are completed for multiple types of housing created with various grants and programs.

Essential Functions:

  • Conduct physical property inspections, including Housing Quality Standards inspections, REAC inspections, and other program required inspections
  • Performs physical inspections in a timely and efficient manner, ensuring all program requirements are met
  • Complete all necessary inspection reporting, processing, and follow up as required in a quick and efficient manner
  • Work with residents in homes and landlords to schedule, complete and follow up on inspections
  • Work with landlords and maintenance personnel to ensure required work is completed
  • Daily travel to various properties throughout Oakland and Macomb counties to perform job responsibilities


  • Current training in HQS Inspections, USPC Inspections, REAC Inspections 
  • Applicants must have at least 2-5 years experience in related field
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office, databases, spreadsheets
  • Provide excellent customer service and possess a high level of interpersonal skills
  • Ability to be well-organized, pro-active and self-directed, with excellent time management skills
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information
  • Must be attentive to details and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment to meet deadlines
  • Reliable transportation and ability to maintain automobile insurance requirements on personal vehicle in accordance with company policy

To apply for this position CLICK HERE:

Director of Communications (Detroit)

Posted 7/27/2015 by MNA


The Director of Communications will set and guide the strategy for all communications, website, and public relations messages and collateral to consistently articulate THAW’s mission. The Director of Communications will ensure that THAW is viewed as the primary source, disseminator, and conduit of information within the communities we serve and among our partners and supporters. The Director of Communications will work closely with the leadership team as the communications partner on a variety of strategic initiatives.

Develop, implement, and evaluate the annual communications plan Author press releases and prepare information for media kits Establish and maintain effective working relationships with partners, communities, and media representatives and use these relationships to develop new business opportunities Track and measure communications, public relations, media, social media engagement over time Serve as the primary news media contact, providing journalists with relevant background information and coordinating interviews with THAW leadership Draft speeches for CEO and arrange interviews and other forms of contact Lead efforts producing marketing materials including but not limited to print, website, video, and audio materials Master's preferred. Bachelor’s Degree Business required with a minimum of five years related experience with progressive managerial responsibilities A minimum of 5 years’ professional experience at a senior level in public relations, public affairs, media, or communications A demonstrated track record of accomplishments in communications and public relations in a nonprofit or utilities setting Please visit to view the complete job posting.

Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to
Development Director (Ypsilanti)

Posted 7/27/2015 by MNA

The Development Director is responsible for implementing Washtenaw Literacy’s fundraising plan.  Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Director will achieve the agency’s fundraising goals, participate in annual budgeting and strategic planning, and contribute to the overall success of the agency as a member of a team. S/he will lead, strategize, direct and supervise annual direct response programs, donor research, publications, grant research, development, management and follow-up, and oversee events.  S/he is responsible for overall supervision and management of development support staff, interns and operations.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • With Executive Director, implement the three-year fundraising plan.
  • Lead and manage the agency’s overall development plan to raise an annual budget of $500,000 and in-kind budget of $2M.
  • Recruit, train, and lead volunteers, interns and staff members to engage with fundraising.
  • Support and direct the Development Committee of fundraising volunteers.
  • Cultivate and nurture relationships with current and potential corporate & foundation sponsors.
  • With the Executive Director, develop and manage high and mid range major donor portfolios.
  • Identify grant prospects and write proposals to corporate, foundation, and government funders.
  • Manage Washtenaw Literacy’s annual fundraising auction and other development events.
  • Develop and oversee a comprehensive donor stewardship program.
  • Manage donor records and information systems.
  • Produce periodic newsletters, annual report, press releases, and email blasts, update development information on Washtenaw Literacy’s website, help manage social media.
For a full job description, required qualifications, and application instructions, Go to:
Executive Director - Lansing Promise (Lansing)

Posted 7/27/2015 by MNA


Job Description

The Executive Director of the Lansing Promise is a focused, driven leader committed to the Lansing community and strengthening the organization’s internal operations, fiscal accountability, efficiency, service excellence and fund development, so that it can more effectively meet its mission of helping students achieve his/her potential.


  • Expected start date is October 1, 2015
  • The engagement will be renewed based on successfully meeting established metrics and overall performance.


  • Lead the management and implementation of the Lansing Promise strategic plan
  • Lead the organization’s ability to expand its scholarship program to increase financial support and educational options for students
  • Be visible in the community and with partner organizations


  • Bachelor's degree at minimum is required.  At least 5 years of work experience especially working with nonprofits, civic organizations, and community groups
  • Experience in a senior management position; high-level interaction with senior leadership at external organizations; strong relationships with a Board of Directors
  • Candidate must have demonstrated strong track record for fundraising and/or sales


Compensation will be $70,000 per annum upon hire; negotiable based on relative experience and meeting desired competencies of the position.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested applicants should send resume & cover letter via email to:    


DEADLINE for receiving applications is 8-26-15

Check out our Website at:
Foundation Finance/Database Assistant (New Buffalo)

Posted 7/24/2015 by MNA

POSITION DESCRIPTION SUMMARY:  High level of confidentiality and accountability.

The Program/Database/Finance Assistant at The Pokagon Fund (TPF) will be responsible for assisting with several different aspects at the Foundation.  Finance:  assisting with the Foundation’s financial and accounting systems and processes, tax and regulatory requirements, payroll, some budgeting, daily handling all financial operations in QuickBooks, important documentation, filing with the IRS, etc.  Grants Database:  oversee all aspects of the grants management software in MicroEdge GIFTS, inputting, modifying, tracking, reporting, creating reports, etc.  Communications:  Assisting with the development of communicationss as it relates to printed materials (newsletters, annual reports, financial reports. Administrative: interactions with key stakeholders, visitors; scheduling, Board and other meetings, event planning, all aspects of office management. 

The position is highly process oriented – requiring a solutions-oriented individual, someone who is technically savvy, has a very strong background in financial management, accounting, extremely detailed, organized, and methodical in all aspects of work.  This individual must know QuickBooks, MicroEdge database, needs to prioritize and multi-task, maintaining a high level of customer service among external constituents

Experience: 5-8 years’ experience working in an accounting/administrative/database management within a nonprofit or business context. 

Education: Four-year college degree in accounting, finance, administrative, computer science, or related degree.

Please submit a cover letter and resume, which must include salary history and requirement, to  Contact info:  269-277-7402 Dependent on experience, range is $39,000-$44,000. Full time, 40 hours/week, could become part time in future if efficient.

Facilities Coordinator (Ann Arbor)

Posted 7/24/2015 by MNA

Genesis of Ann Arbor is a partnership of Temple Beth Emeth and Saint Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church. 

The Facility Coordinator ensures that the facility is ready and in excellent condition for use by the Genesis partner congregations, renters, and guests.

The responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Planning and actively managing for the efficient, cost-effective operation and maintenance of the facility.
  • Meeting the needs of the congregations, the Genesis Board, and other users of the building in a timely fashion.
  • Maintaining good and timely communications with the staff of member congregations and all users of the facility.
  • Facilitating relationships with tenants and guests, including recruiting new tenants, negotiating use and financial arrangements to bring to the Genesis Board for approval.
  • Scheduling, coordinating, and supporting Genesis custodial staff.
  • Maintaining financial records.

The successful candidate can demonstrate:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Competency in computer and internet web tools (including Google Calendar, Microsoft Word, Excel, and email usage) 
  • Supervisory & budgeting experience
  • Experience with facility and project management.

We offer a competitive base salary and a benefits package that includes health insurance, 10 days of vacation plus holidays, 403(b) contributions.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume for immediate consideration to the search committee at

Please see our web site for more on Genesis:
Gift Processing Coordinator (Southfield)

Posted 7/24/2015 by MNA

STATUS: Full-Time
POSITON HOURS: 40 per Week
SALARY RANGE: $30,160-$34,320
BENEFITS: Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance, 401(k) Retirement Plan, Short & Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, Generous PTO Policy              

The Gift Processing Coordinator is responsible for supporting the efforts of the Development Department in its efforts to meet the fundraising goals of the Alzheimer’s Association – Greater Michigan Chapter (GMC). The Coordinator will function in accordance with Chapter standards and best practices. This position reports to the Vice President of Development/Communications.

Degree preferred in a related field or equivalent education and work experience Proficiency in Microsoft office applications Knowledge of fundraising software

1 year experience in development gift processing Experience with Raiser’s Edge Experience with Convio preferred

Maintain and manage database Create, communicate and enforce standard data entry procedures and processes Act as liaison between National office and Chapter regarding data issues Provide reports within agency as necessary Enter and acknowledge all contributions in accordance with Chapter practices Train staff on proper data entry procedures as required Ensure accuracy of data and reports Interact with donors via telephone regarding tribute donations Participate as part of Development team in preparing lists for events Participate as a member of interagency teams as needed to develop data processes and ensure data integrity Assist the Vice President of Development/Communications as needed

Equal Opportunity Employer

Resume: Alzheimer’s Association  - Greater Michigan Chapter
Attention: Paul Kappen
 25200 Telegraph Road, Suite 100
 Southfield, MI 48033
 Fax:  248-799-4196

Senior Vp of Planned and Major Gifts (Detroit)

Posted 7/23/2015 by MNA


The Non-Profit Personnel Network has been retained to assist the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in recruiting a Senior VP of Planned and Major Gifts.  This person will carry a substantial portfolio of major donor prospects, and be knowledgeable about planned giving tools and techniques.  6-8 years of progressive experience is required.  To apply for this position, please go to to view the full job description.

Patient Education Specialist (Eastpointe)

Posted 7/23/2015 by MNA


Handle patient inquiries and crisis calls, and provide guidance by phone and email. Research, write and update/develop education materials and brochures. Additional duties include database input, patient mailings, forum planning and assisting with other projects and special events as needed.

Excellent verbal and written skills required. Ability to adapt to changing priorities is a must. Background in social work, medical field or teaching is helpful, but not required. Willing to train the right person.  Web site experience helpful.  Occasional travel.  Full time M-F, 9:30-5:00.  This is an hourly salaried position. Salary based on experience. Please send resume along with salary history to with subject line: Patient Education Specialist.  No phone calls please.
Membership and Events Manager (Lansing)

Posted 7/23/2015 by MNA

The Historical Society of Michigan seeks a qualified individual to serve as Membership and Events Manager.

The Membership and Events Manager is responsible for attracting, retaining, and engaging members and creating short- and long-term goals for membership growth.  The successful candidate, working with the Executive Director, will also oversee operations and logistics for major Society conferences, including the State History Conference, Michigan in Perspective: The Local History Conference, U.P. History Conference and other events. In addition, this position will work with existing staff to research and implement improved processes and solutions, as well as develop strategies for greater presence in communities statewide. 

The position reports to the Executive Director of the Historical Society of Michigan.

For a complete position description including minimum qualifications to apply please visit

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  We encourage applications from under-represented groups as well as individuals who have experience with diverse populations; women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

To apply please email a cover letter and resume to

Network Administrator (Wayne)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


The Network Administrator will provide the IT Manager with support for daily IT administration tasks, functions and projects\tasks assigned to the IT Department such as:

  • Take part in providing information technology help desk services to all personnel;
  • Assist with workstation\server administration;
  • Assist with phone system administration;
  • Assist with Microsoft Access\SQL\Oracle reporting and database administration;
  • Assist with IT planning and development;
  • Support and perform report generation activities;
  • Manage assigned projects, including coordinating with outside vendors;
  • Research and resolve day-to-day and long term issues

Requirements: Ability to work independently, multitask and prioritize assignments to meet project or task deadlines. Excellent problem solving, communication, customer service skills. Exceptional attention to detail. Effectively gather and analyze information to resolve issues not previously encountered. Demonstrated experience troubleshooting and supporting Microsoft Windows\Office in an enterprise level network. Working knowledge of Access\SQL databases, inclusive of writing SQL queries. Demonstrated experience with Windows Server, Active Directory and Exchange, including: deployment, troubleshooting and management. Experience working with digital and\or IP phone systems. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with outside vendors and various constituencies to complete projects.

For full job details and to apply - visit our website

Program Specialist (Wayne)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


The Program Specialist works in a team environment to assist the agency in delivering various programmatic information and assistance to older adults, caregivers and individuals with disabilities. Must be able to quickly understand and grasp complex issues such as multiple needs of individuals. Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate effectively with individuals from all demographic groups. This position will require use of a computer to access and input information. The position also requires public speaking and requires travel to different host sites in our public service area.

Job Duties include (but are not limited to)

  • Assist in the development, implementation, coordination and evaluation of programs sponsored, operated or funded by the agency as directed by the Planning & Programs Manager and/or CIPO;
  • Assist in administering the Title V Senior Employment program, The Senior Alliance Holiday Meals program, Evidence-Based Disease Prevention programs, agency outreach activities and other programs, as directed by the Planning & Programs Manager and/or CIPO;
  • Assist in supporting the development, implementation of the annual area implementation plan and multi-year plan, as directed by the Planning & Programs Manager and/or the CIPO;
  • Coordinates agency activities with other aging network organizations, ADRC partners or stakeholders;
  • Develop, prepare and produce programmatic reports, as required;
  • Ensure data is accurately and completely documented into proper databases in a timely manner;

A degree in human services is preferred.

For full job details and to apply - please visit our website at

Supports Coordinators - Social Workers & RN's (Wayne)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


The Senior Alliance is looking for licensed Social Workers and Registered Nurses to fill Supports Coordinator (Case Management)roles. The Supports Coordinators conduct comprehensive participant assessments and reassessments and works as a team to develop and monitor care plans for the elderly. The SC's work with family members and caregivers to maximize available support systems.

Duties include:

  • Conducts comprehensive participant assessment to determine the social, emotional and limitations of community care (CC) participants.
  • Works as a team to develop participant care plans, including determination of frequency and duration of social services required under the care plan.
  • Facilitates delivery of services determined necessary under the care plan with appropriate social service agencies, The Senior Alliance funded providers, and other human service organizations.
  • Monitors participant care plans to ascertain delivery of needed services, and performs participant reassessments functions to determine needed alterations in the participant care plans.
  • Works with family members and other volunteer caregivers to maximize available informal support systems.
  • Maintains liaisons with hospitals, human service providers, home care agencies, and other referring agencies in geographic area of responsibility.
  • Ensures compliance with all program standards and guidelines.
  • Assists in providing documentation of project activities for reports and/or participant applications to Michigan Office of Services to the Aging, Michigan Department of Community Health, Family Independence agency and/or other program funding sources.

For full job details & to apply, visit our website

Data Specialist (Wayne)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


The Data Specialist works in a financial team environment to assist the agency with various data entry requirements for various contracts and on-line database systems. Also assists with administration and program tasks when necessary.

Job Duties include (but are not limited to)

  • Maintains and inputs a record keeping system that includes all required client data and case status information accurately on the client tracking systems. The system should function in a way that facilitates the sequence of care management tasks. Data is maintained daily, as assigned or as appropriate.
  • Prepares client source data for data entry by compiling and sorting information, establishing data entry priorities
  • Review and analyze client source documents for deficiencies
  • Resolve discrepancies by following standard procedures or returning incomplete documents for resolution
  • Process source documents accurately and timely to meet daily deadlines
  • Verify entered client account data by reviewing and make correcting entries when applicable
  • File source documents in client record
  • Comply with data integrity and security policies
  • Completes the reporting of programmatic data as requested of the agency by funding sources.

For full job details & to apply - visit our website at

Marketing Coordinator (Grand Rapids)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


Title: Marketing Coordinator
Organization Name: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Salary: $15.00 Hourly, Non-Exempt
Contact Name: Ana Galloway
Contact E-mail:
Job Description:
Responsible for providing support to traditional marketing initiatives including proofing, archiving, graphic designer liaison, and events. Actively contribute to team meetings and organizational initiatives. Previous marketing or non-profit experience is preferred. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite. Excellent organizational and communication skills.

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Work with and assist Community Relations Department in all aspects of their day to day departmental functions
  2. Manage and coordinate community events including: holiday activities, school activities, etc. (broaden our reach while being strategic with keeping ROI in mind)
  3. Ensure accuracy, consistency, and usefulness of department’s stored information.
  4. Archive media, photos and CDs.
  5. Provide departmental support including supply orders, inventory control, etc.
  6. Manage organizational ordering for business cards/letterhead, etc.
  7. Order marketing materials/trade show materials as needed for workforce development initiatives.
  8. Serve as liaison between graphic designer and employees
  9. Assist with events and activities including but not limited to handling incoming phone calls, monitoring of activities and recommending action to the department.
  10. All other duties as assigned by the Chief Marketing & Communications Officer.

Qualifications & Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English, Journalism, or similar field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Previous marketing or non-profit experience is preferred: 1 year.

To Apply: Please contact Ana Galloway at

Community Engagement Director (Grand Rapids)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


Title: Community Engagement Director
Organization Name: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Salary: $55,000.00 Salary
Contact Name: Ana Galloway
Contact E-mail:

Basic Function: Interface with the community through chambers, key community organizations, etc. to determine growth opportunities, i.e. ROI for retail sales. Provide strategic insights for traditional and digital marketing. Responsible for assisting the Chief Marketing Officer with the strategic planning process, operational implementation, and measurement. Serve as the department point person in CMOs absence.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Serve as point person in absence of CMO i.e. media relations and daily operations
  • Promote Goodwill’s organizational, participant, and employee successes and (tell our story) through communication efforts including press releases and human interest stories.
  • Works under the direction of the CMO to develop agency wide marketing strategies along with that are consistent with the overall strategic plan and the mission of Goodwill.
  • Provide suggestions to optimize shopper and donor experiences through traditional and digital marketing campaigns.
  • Assist with departmental strategic planning process and operational implementation.
  • Oversee/attend community driven events for retail and community engagement ROI
  • Establish benchmarks and metrics for community engagement return

Qualifications & Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English, Journalism, or similar field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
A minimum of 18 months previous marketing or non-profit experience is preferred. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office. Familiarity with online social media technology. Excellent organizational and communication skills.

To Apply: Please contact Ana Galloway at .

Accounting Associate (Kalamazoo)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA

The United Way of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Region (UWBCKR) partners across all sectors to achieve measurable progress towards specific goals in Education, Income and Health -- the building blocks for a good quality life. Our organization stands in the top five percent of United Way organizations nation-wide in overall resource development results. This past year, more than $18 million dollars was successfully secured, administered and leveraged locally to fuel the ongoing movement to change the story in communities throughout our region…one life at a time.

This mid-level position supports the Finance Team through following responsibilities:

  • Processes payroll, maintains employee benefits databases, and assists with new employee paperwork
  • Processes accounts payable, accounts receivable,expense reports
  • Audits pledges received during the campaign
  • Creates journal entries and reconciles bank statements
  • Assists CFO in the preparation of audit work papers
  • Supports front desk and database administrator


  • Associate’s degree or equivalent experience, with some nonprofit experience desired.
  • Previous experience processing payroll and AR/AP is required.
  • Strong attention to detail with the ability to accurately process large amounts of data.
  • High level of organization.
  • Ability to problem-solve.
  • Positive, professional personality that appropriately represents the United Way to visitors.
  • Significant knowledge of Microsoft Windows, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint programs. Knowledge of accounting application software like Financial Edge and a payroll system is also required.

Apply with resume and cover letter to Rhonda Stull by August 7 at:

Director of People & Culture, Human Resources (Kalamazoo)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA

The Director of People & Culture is a full-time regular position that serves as the champion for all resources related to both staffing and organizational culture at the Kalamazoo Nature Center. Specifically this includes: being the champion of the KNC culture, overseeing the volunteer program, and managing all aspect of human resources. This position will plan, direct, and coordinate activities to maximize the strategic use of human resources (paid and volunteer) and maintain functions such as employee compensation, recruitment, personnel policies and regulatory compliance.

  • Minimum 3 years in Human Resources with special emphasis on creating and maintaining a positive team culture strongly preferred.
  • Minimum of bachelor's degree in human resource management or business related field strongly preferred.
  • Strong personal commitment to the KNC Mission.
  • Significance experience working with volunteers.
  • In-depth understanding of the government rules and regulations as it relates to human resource functions.
  • Commitment to uphold a strong work and environmental ethic while respecting the diversity of culture and beliefs among KNC’s stakeholders.
  • Experience with non-profits a plus.
  • Computer competency in MS Office, Google suite, Raiser’s Edge, Volgistics, preferred.
  • Strong attention to organization and detail.
  • Ability to work individually and as a team member.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Creativity and high energy.
  • Self-starter and self-directed.
  • Able to maintain a flexible work schedule – weekends, evenings and holidays.

Full job description & application instructions at:

Associate Director - Major Gifts Donor Relations (Kalamazoo)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA

Looking for an impassioned, motivated team player to help carry out UWBCKR’s mission by managing its Major and Planned Giving strategies and initiatives, through execution of the key accountabilities of Donor Cultivation and Stewardship, Donor Solicitation, Relationship Management and Industry Expertise, and Volunteer Leadership.


  • Ability to link donor, volunteer, and advocates’ aspiration to needs
  • Ability to catalyze others’ commitment to mission
  • Strives vigorously to accomplish shared goals
  • Seeks and shares knowledge of community
  • Acts with integrity and strong ethics to foster trust at all levels, internalizing the meaning and commitment of United Way and consistently acts according to its value and purpose
  • Is able to communicate effectively to develop, grow, and sustain productive relationships
  • Knows how to capture relevant information, and in turn, interprets and utilizes the information to forge partnerships, collaborate, cultivate, grow, sustain, and strengthen internal and external relationships.
  • Values diversity and inclusion
  • Effective Public Speaker with ability to tell UW story in a compelling and inspirational way


  • BA degree in Communications, Public or Nonprofit Administration, Sales, or related field,
  • A minimum of three years of related work experience in donor relations, including major gifts and planned giving experience
  • Volunteer management experience a plus
  • Working knowledge of gift planning vehicles and gift planning tools, including prospect research
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office

Resumes can be submitted, along with a cover letter, to and will be accepted through August 7.

Executive Director (Detroit)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue (IADS) is seeking its first full time Executive Director. IADS is an exciting place with a passionate community in the heart of Downtown Detroit. The Synagogue’s mission is to serve as a beacon for the Jewish community of Metropolitan Detroit by maintaining an egalitarian synagogue rooted in tradition; by acting as a conduit for Jewish activity in the city; by offering a wide range of programming that will support the revitalization of the city; and by ensuring accessibility to all.

Since 2009, IADS has played a pivotal role in re-establishing a vigorous life for Judaism in the City of Detroit. Our work has helped to fuel commitments in the City by local and national Jewish organizations that have resulted in a dramatic increase in religious offerings, programming of all kinds, social justice activities, and community building.

The Executive Director will report to and work closely with the Board. The candidate being sought will feel comfortable working in an entrepreneurial environment and have the ability to balance a significant level of authority and independence with the teamwork inherent in an organization that strongly relies on board members, volunteers, membership and partnerships. The Executive Director will be a collaborator, steward and a troubleshooter, whose greatest skill will be the ability to focus on managing and assisting staff, leadership, and stakeholders in crafting solutions to challenges and opportunities.

For a complete job description, go to:

Please submit a cover letter and resume by August 7 to

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA


The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue, located in the Capitol Park area of downtown Detroit, seeks a part-time (16-24 hours/week) staff person to perform Gift-Processing, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and other office-related administrative operations. The Assistant will report to the Program Director and will work with both the Program Director and off-site CPA firm. The ideal candidate will be organized and enjoy working independently.

Required: High School Diploma or GED. Minimum of three years of administrative experience. Computer proficiency in Word, Excel and database management. Ability to accurately calculate figures and percentages and apply basic accounting concepts, with working knowledge of accounting principles required. Ability to work independently and proven proficiency at effective prioritization and multitasking. Efficient in maintaining hard copy and electronic file maintenance and documentation. Preferred: BA or Associate’s Degree. Development experience and knowledge of donor software. Accounts payable experience.

For a complete description, go to:

Temporary Position: An Administrative Assistant is being sought on a temporary basis through October 31st, with an opportunity for the position to continue.

Wages: Up to $14/hour based on skills and experience.

Position open until filled. Please submit a cover letter and resume to

Administrative Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 7/22/2015 by MNA

The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation is seeking highly-qualified applicants for an Administrative Assistant to join its team. The Foundation works with caring members of our community on important initiatives that improve the health and well-being of young people and their families, particularly in Southeast Michigan. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization located in Detroit.

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support, particularly for our fundraising staff. This position also participates in backing-up other support personnel as needed. Qualified candidates will have two or more years of administrative or secretarial experience, including managing multiple calendars. This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, and an Associate’s degree is preferred. Qualified candidates will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills along with a positive, professional demeanor.
CHMF is proud of its diverse workplace and is an E.E.O employer. A competitive compensation package will be provided. Please send a letter of interest, resume and salary history, either by mail or e-mail to be received no later than August 21, 2015 to:


Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation
Attn: Human Resources
3901 Beaubien, Mail slot 257
Detroit, MI 48201

Director of Development (Lansing)

Posted 7/21/2015 by MNA


The Director of Development is responsible for creating, implementing and measuring the success of a comprehensive development plan in collaboration with the Executive Director, Board of Directors and chairs of the development committees. Please provide a resume, copy of a successful grant proposal, and cover letter (including salary requirements) by August 1st to Alexandera Jones, Director of Operations, at Any questions contact Alex at 517.708.4394.

Contract Specialist (Wayne)

Posted 7/21/2015 by MNA


The Contract Specialist works in a team environment to assists the agency with administering and maintaining program and Purchase of Service (POS) contract including data collection and assessment of contractors and POS vendors for compliance with Federal and State guidelines. Must be able to quickly understand, interpret complex issues and develop reports. This position will require the ability to oversee program evaluations and monitor quality assurance for contracted services. Requires bachelors degree or equivalent work experience.

  • The Contract Specialist reviews contract terms and conditions making sure that they comply with federal and state laws and Agency policies.
  • The Contract Specialist must have full knowledge of the terminology related to the services of the Agency.
  • Prepare and send addendums to the contracts under the direction of CFO.
  • Coordinate efforts related to the oversight and compliance including the annual Area Agency on Aging Assessment and the Program Outcome Assessment.
  • Review and document monthly cash requests
  • Review and follow up on vendor/contractor insurance adequacy
  • Monitor service provider compliance with contract conditions and, Funding Agency Minimum Operating Standards including annual and on-going off-site programmatic and fiscal assessments.
  • Maintain current agency policies and procedures in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Hold at least one contractor and vendor meeting annually
  • Serve as community liaison and advocate for older adults.

Please see our website for full details at

Healthcare Program Manager (Wayne)

Posted 7/21/2015 by MNA


The Healthcare Program Manager provides MI Health Link program management and oversight. Oversees staff conducting comprehensive client assessments, reassessments, credentialing and service recommendations and works with ICO’s to obtain authorization for all services provided for the dual eligible population. Recognizes importance of authorization process with Integrated Care Organizations. Works with family members and caregivers to maximize available support systems. Provides proper documentation of MI Health Link activities and budgets.

  • Ability to work with multiple Integrated Care Organizations and receive and assign referrals to staff
  • Act as liaison between ICO’s and staff and ensure staff provide excellent customer service to plan members and ICO’s.
  • Monitors client care plans to ascertain delivery of needed services, and performs client reassessments functions to determine needed alterations in the client care plans.
  • Meets documentation requirements and standards for the MI Health Link program as set forth by the ICO’s and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Works with family members and other volunteer caregivers to maximize available informal support systems.
  • Maintains liaisons with hospitals, human service providers, home care agencies, and other referring agencies in geographic area of responsibility.
  • Assists in providing documentation of project activities for reports and/or client applications for internal review and to appropriate outside entities.
  • Supervises MI Health Link Supports Coordinator staff and Support Staff assigned to program.

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Development Database Coordinator (Detroit)

Posted 7/17/2015 by MNA

The Development Database Coordinator is responsible for handling the administrative and technical aspects associated with the planning and execution of THAW’s fundraising activities. 

Manages and maintains THAW’s confidential donor / prospect database; balances with accounts receivable; generates reports and analyzes revenue data from Raiser’s Edge Responsible for processing and reporting of all donor, volunteer, and gift information/acknowledgements, including daily contribution processing, scheduling management of donor cultivation contacts, and event information Trains and supports others in the use of Raiser’s Edge software Provides administrative support for the development department Creates mailing lists for development and fundraising activities Conducts data and pattern analysis Maintains Raiser’s Edge system enhancements and reporting functionality Produces reports for Daily/Monthly revenue reconciliation with THAW’s Accounting department Maintains information on donors, pledges, and revenue sources Must have strong computer skills in the areas of database management, word processing, spreadsheets, and graphs Extensive Experience with Raiser’s Edge Experience with Financial Edge preferred Must have excellent and proven organization, communication (verbal and written), and customer service skills.

Must have good problem-solving skills and be a self-starter who can work effectively with little direction.

Proficiency in MS Office

Strong computer skills, which includes data entry and database management Familiarity  with IRS regulations related to benevolent giving Associates degree required and Bachelor’s degree preferred plus two years of experience working in a non-profit environment, preferably in the area of fundraising

Please visit to view the complete job posting.

Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to
Corporate Relations Manager (Rochester Hills)

Posted 7/16/2015 by MNA

The Corporate Relations Manager will assist in leading critical components of Leader Dog’s philanthropic strategies, specifically within the corporate relations book of business. The manager is charged with the responsibility of leading activities related to prospecting, relationship building and executing administrative functions as they relate to revenue from highly valued contacts within the corporate and business communities.

Bachelor’s degree in related field required, advanced degree preferred. Five years progressively responsible experience in philanthropy or sales, plus demonstrated success in managing multiple accounts. Must be able to clearly show experience cultivating relationships toward a financial goal or revenue target. 

Leader Dogs for the Blind has competitive salary offerings and excellent benefits that include medical, dental, 401K and life insurance. Please apply by sending your cover letter and resume (pdf versions only – others will be discarded) to or mail to Leader Dogs for the Blind, Attention Human Resources PO Box 5000 Rochester MI, 48308.  Leader Dogs for the Blind is an equal opportunity employer.
Donor Relations Officer (Detroit)

Posted 7/16/2015 by MNA

The Donor Relations Officer will oversee all aspects of donor relations, including gift acknowledgement and matters such as donor recognition, events and stewardship. The position is responsible for the acknowledgement and recognition of all contributions to the Detroit Institute of Arts in an accurate, timely and meaningful way. The officer will create, review and update standardized letters for certain categories of gifts, and determine when highly personalized acknowledgement or other communications should be created. The officer will also create letters and scripts as needed and appropriate for high level staff and volunteers. The officer will create and manage donor events, including an annual donor recognition event, and other events initiated by department colleagues or volunteer solicitors. The officer will manage aspects of donor stewardship and reporting to donors based on level and types of gifts.

To view a complete job description and to apply, please visit

The Detroit Institute of Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Troop Support Specialist (Detroit)

Posted 7/16/2015 by MNA


Mentors district operational volunteers to work effectively with girls in assigned geographic areas to ensure delivery of program and services to girls.

  • Is accountable for meeting or exceeding an annual membership retention goal for girl and adult members
  • Cultivates relationships with appropriate community leaders, organizations, and businesses to support retention efforts.
  • Provides ongoing support, supervision, and direction to operational volunteers in assigned geographic areas by interpreting Girl Scouts of the USA and council policies, standards, and procedures and by directing volunteers to additional support services
  • Supports the council’s volunteer management system including the recruitment, screening, selection, placement, development, training, recognition, and re-assignment of service unit volunteers
  • Serves as the main point of contact for district volunteers and acts as a broker to distribute information to council staff and to guide volunteers to additional support services and resources. 
  • Bachelor's degree with concentration in related field or equivalent experience

Send resume to

Executive Assistant (Detroit)

Posted 7/15/2015 by MNA

The Executive Assistant provides high-level administrative support to an executive level team member by conducting research, preparing reports, handling information requests, arranging conference calls and scheduling meetings.  This position also requires attending meetings to record minutes, prepare agendas, and meet with individuals, special interest groups and others on behalf of executives, committees and boards of directors.
Prepare reports, memos, letters, and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software Conduct research, compile data, and prepare papers for consideration and presentation by executives, committees and boards of directors Read and analyze incoming memos, submissions, and reports to determine their significance and plan their distribution Acts as a liaison with other departments and outside agencies, including high-level staff such as CEOs, presidents, and chiefs Manage and maintain the executive calendar including scheduling and confirming appointments Prepare responses to correspondence containing routine inquiries Strong computer, MS Office Suite, and Internet research skills.
Ability to work with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside clients, vendors, and funders.
Maintain confidentiality
Analyze information and use logic to address work-related issues and problems Minimum 5 years’ secretarial and administrative experience serving “C” level executive management (CEO, COO, CFO, etc.).
Experience taking and transcribing meeting minutes, maintaining electronic calendar, working independently, meeting and event planning.
2 year degree, business/secretarial school training Bachelors Degree in business, marketing, administration- preferred

Please visit to view the complete job posting.
Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to

Director of Operations (Detroit)

Posted 7/15/2015 by MNA


The Director of Operations, UAC is responsible for the Utility Assistance Center, which includes Call Center Operations, Data Entry, and Affordable Rate Programs at The Heat and Warmth Fund.  The Director of Operations shall be responsible for three principal areas: directing, coordinating, and overseeing all cross department aspects of improving the experience of the households we serve.  Responsibilities include: ongoing program execution, new program implementation, specification development, process documentation, budget development/adherence, workforce management, client relationship management and quality improvement.   Oversees operating systems including Call Center policies, procedures and operating structure.  Establishes and implements service standards in concert with organization, CEO and COO. Has hiring, development and performance management responsibility for all direct reports.  Reports directly to the COO.  Responsible for meeting required Key Performance Indicators in assigned programs; meeting financial targets; evaluating cost saving opportunities; attending weekly business reviews with the CEO and COO; developing Team Leaders to be superb coaches; creating action plans when a KPI metric is not at goal; etc.  Prior or demonstrated understanding of nonprofit human service experience a plus.

Knowledge of ongoing standards, processes and solutions to capitalize on organizational learning and continuous improvement Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience Five (5) years of supervisory/management experience in a call center or customer service center environment or equivalent combination of education and experience required, including experience with applicable call center technology tools.

Please visit to view the complete job posting.

Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to


Youth Advocate (Detroit)

Posted 7/15/2015 by MNA

The Youth Advocate works directly with youth, utilizing a “strength based” approach in the assessment and intervention stages. Responsibilities include providing groups, brokering services, completing reports for each case, working with the school personnel, employers, and landlords; and working with the youth to achieve identified goals and progress with their education.

Services are delivered in both the home and in partnership with area high schools supporting the in-school suspension program. Services are needs based and youth focused.  The Youth Advocate is responsible to help the youth develop strategies to develop independence, improve his school attendance and performance and address any needs that may be negatively impacting or impeding students from independence.  This position is responsible for monitoring students and providing crisis intervention in a caring environment.  Regular working hours are Monday through Friday 8:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m. but due to program needs must be able to work a flexible schedule including evening and weekend hours.

Send resume' via email to or via fax to: 313-852-7590.
Youth Counselor (Detroit)

Posted 7/15/2015 by MNA

The Youth Counselor is responsible for providing case management services to youth and their families.  The Youth Counselor is responsible for the development and implementation of assessments, JAIS forms, service and discharge plans, and progress notes.  This position serves as the liaison to school personnel, referral resources, and the parents/guardians of the youth.  The Youth Counselor is responsible for maintain a high quality documentation of all casework completed in a timely manner; and working with the youth to achieve identified goals and progress with their education.

Services are delivered primarily in the school.  The Youth Counselor is responsible to help the youth develop strategies to improve his/her school attendance and performance and address any needs that may be negatively impacting him/her or impeding optimal school attendance and performance. Regular working hours are Monday through Friday 8:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m. but due to program needs must be able to work a flexible schedule including evening and weekend hours.  The Youth Counselor will also be required to carry a cell phone as needed.

Send resume' via email to or via fax to 313-8527590

AmeriCorps Program Assistant (Lansing)

Posted 7/15/2015 by MNA

Summary:  Provides clerical, administrative and data management support for both the Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction and 2-1-1/Veterans AmeriCorps Program housed within the Michigan Association of United Ways.  Position is classified as a full-time temporary position given the timeframe of the AmeriCorps program. 

Duties & functions include:

  • Support the dissemination of recruitment materials to potential AmeriCorps members and host sites.
  • Schedule and contribute to regular conference calls and webinars with site supervisors and AmeriCorps members.
  • Collect information from AmeriCorps members and host sites for mandatory reporting.
  • Coordinate AmeriCorps member and site supervisor training events and host site visits.
  • Maintain member files, timesheets and other documentation.
  • Provide resources and technical assistance to AmeriCorps members and site supervisors.
  • Assist with regular program communications, including weekly member e-newsletter and social media posts.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Associate degree or 3 years administrative work experience.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and social media platforms.  Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.  High attention to detail.  Prior experience working with national service programs preferred.

Please submit resumes via email to no later than July 27, 2015. 
Grants Management Administrator (Detroit)

Posted 7/14/2015 by MNA

The Skillman Foundation is seeking a Grants Management Administrator. The Grants Management Administrator works closely with grantees, grant seekers, and the Foundation’s Program and Finance staff to complete the processing of grant making requirements.

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to;

  • Coordinates and monitors the process for new grant inquiries and applications by providing grant seekers with information about the grantmaking process, timeline, requirements and reviews all submitted applications to screen for eligibility and completeness.
  • Data entry into grants management database, create grant award letters, draft routine correspondence, process declines, and close out grants in software.
  • Serves as the project manager for the implementation and transition to a new grants management software. In conjunction with the Grants Manager, provides training, support and orientation to all new and existing staff on existing online system and after new software is implemented.
  • Prepare grant files that meet internal Foundation, IRS and auditing requirements.

Qualifications for the Grants Management Administrator:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required with a minimum of 3 years relevant experience, including hands-on project management experience. Grants Management or grants administration at a foundation is preferred.
  • Experience training individuals on processes and technology platforms.
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills.
  • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team based environment, focusing on collaboration and inclusion.
  • Results-driven, action-oriented, and committed to productive and efficient working methods.

A complete job description is available at The Skillman Foundation is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Communications Officer (Detroit)

Posted 7/14/2015 by MNA

The Foundation is seeking a Communications Officer reporting to the Chief of Staff. The Communications Officer is a key external-facing role working in the Office of the President.

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to;

  • Create and manage content for the Foundation’s website, Rose for Detroit blog, publications, and social media channels.
  • Design and execute communications strategies, in collaboration with Program staff, to advance the grantmaking of the Foundation and the work of its grantees.
  • Regularly monitor analytics on Foundation’s digital outreach, and report findings to the Board of Trustees’ External Relations & Partnerships Committee.
  • Serve on small team in the Office of the President that builds relationships with media, responds to media requests, and guides Foundation staff on interacting with journalists.
  • Helps the President and her team prepare presentations and materials for the Foundation’s Board of Trustee meetings and ambitious external relations activities.

Qualifications for the Communications Officer:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, with a minimum of seven years of experience in content creation, journalism, or communications.
  • Familiarity with the nonprofit sector and its role in social change.
  • A track record of success working in comprehensive communications program in a complex and demanding work environment.

A complete job description is available at Responses to this job posting are requested by July 31, 2015.

The Skillman Foundation is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

AmeriCorps Program Director (Flint)

Posted 7/14/2015 by MNA

Position Summary: This position is primarily responsible for the management of the Flint Urban Safety Corps AmeriCorps Program which utilizes national service members to achieve blight elimination, crime reduction, and community building in designated areas of Flint.

Essential Duties and Job Responsibilities: includes the following: Other duties may be assigned to meet the business needs.

  • Work collaboratively with the University of Michigan-Flint, University Avenue Corridor Coalition and other partners to support 10 full-time national service members
  • Manage and report on program budgets, in collaboration with the Michigan Community Service Commission
  • Recruit, annually, a team of individuals to serve as AmeriCorps members; coordinate and implement appropriate training and technical assistance
  • Create program materials, resources and information, and disseminate as appropriate
  • Develop federal reports; collect and gather data and stories from the field to inform and highlight the program
  • Maintain close working relationship with the Michigan office for the Corporation for National and Community Service and the Michigan Community Service Commission, including monthly Program Director meetings, to see program metrics are met and all CNCS and MCSC procedures are followed
  • Conduct performance reviews of AmeriCorps and VISTA members


  • Excellent interpersonal relationship skills.
  • Must be detail oriented; work well with deadlines and results oriented.
  • Ability to demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills including facilitation and presentation experience.
  • Strong relationship-building and organizational skills.
  • Early morning, evening and weekend work hours.

Resumes should be sent to before 7/31/15.

Behavioral Health Specialist (Detroit)

Posted 7/14/2015 by MNA


The position is responsible for providing therapeutic behavioral health intervention services to patients within the Bell Health Clinic in collaboration with the primary care provider. The Behavioral Health Specialist will fully support the collaborative arrangement with Advantage Health Care to provide a fully integrated health experience and will be expected to fulfill all contractual obligations.

Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from an appropriately accredited university with full licensure (LMSW). State of Michigan license as a full master’s social worker. Substance abuse certification preferred. Familiarity with the primary health care system preferred. Valid Michigan driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.

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AmeriCorps VISTA Leader - Strengthening Wayne County Communities (Wayne County)

Posted 7/14/2015 by MNA


Wayne Metro is looking for a VISTA Leader support and enhance the Strengthening Wayne County Communities Project by providing ongoing support of current VISTA members, increasing the collaborative efforts of all Project partners, assisting with recruitment, and improving reporting processes for more efficiency. The Strengthening Wayne County Communities Project is an intermediary project with seven host sites and 12 VISTA members around Wayne County serving the community in a wide variety of ways; from teaching youth about food businesses to community security. Interested applicants can apply at

Chief Operating Officer (Southgate)

Posted 7/14/2015 by MNA

As a recognized leader in both the non-profit and Health and Human Services arenas, The Guidance Center provides a broad range of services. We are proud to have helped children, adults and families unlock potential and build better lives for more than 50 years. With 40 programs totaling more than $36 million in revenue, we offer services to more than 20,000 people annually.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Chief Operating Officer to join our team of highly talented professionals, leading our agency in fulfilling its mission.

To qualify for this position, qualified candidates must have:

  • A minimum of five (5) years recent experience as a director of an organization, Human Service field preferred.
  • A minimum of a bachelor's degree in mental health, social service, business, or related field. Master's degree highly desired.
  • Demonstrated experience with financial management including budget development, finical analysis, monitoring of financial performance.
  • Demonstrated experience with various contracting methods for example capitated contracts, fee for service, expense based reimbursement etc.

The Guidance Center offers our employees a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit package, 401(k) contributions, generous paid time off program, flexible scheduling opportunities, a team-oriented work environment and much more!

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or becoming part of our world-class team, please submit your resume by visiting and selecting the “Join Our Team” tab near the top of the page.

The Guidance Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Accounting Clerk (Southfield)

Posted 7/10/2015 by MNA

Volunteers of America Michigan has an opening for an Accounting Clerk to provide support for the CFO and Controller in carrying out the responsibilities of the Finance/Accounting Department specifically as it relates to Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, housing management and miscellaneous reconciliations.  Will handle responsibilities and assignments in a professional and timely manner thereby creating a productive and effective workplace.

  • Associates Degree (in Accounting preferred) and minimum of three years accounts payable/receivable, general ledger and general accounting experience or combination thereof. 
  • Knowledge and ability to track and reconcile invoices and receipts
  • Ability to process and input invoices for multiple departments
  • Ability to process checks
  • Must be highly organized, detail-oriented and able to work independently
  • Able to fill out credit applications and tax exempt status forms
  • Must have excellent communication skills
  • Must have excellent work habits including the willingness to work the hours necessary to get the job done
  • Computer skills with a high level of experience in Excel and accounting software.  Experience with MIP/Sage Software a definite plus
  • Able to produce accurate work product in a timely manner and consistently meet deadlines
  • Customer service mind-set

Please send cover letter and resume to or fax to 248-945-1614.

Director of Development (Ann Arbor)

Posted 7/10/2015 by MNA

This position is responsible for all aspects of the annual fund and grants and database management.  This position will lead, strategize, direct and supervise annual direct response programs, donor research, publications. grant research, development, management and follow-up.  Responsible for overall supervision and management of development support staff and operations.

Candidates can apply by sending cover letter and resume to:

Accounting Manager (Lansing)

Posted 7/10/2015 by MNA

The Food Bank Council of Michigan (FBCM) -, a 30 year-old statewide non-profit organization, seeks a full-time Accounting Manager to perform all organizational accounting and financial functions, including grant management.  This position requires a strong understanding of accounting principles and the ability to manage both day-to-day and higher level accounting/financial duties; including budget development, financial forecasting, operating performance measurement and analysis.

By joining the FBCM team, the Accounting Manager will play an important role in the fight against hunger.  The work of this position will impact the FBCM’s regional members’ ability to distribute shelf stable items and will assist in the coordination of multiple agricultural programs to create food and funds for this noble cause.  

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Accounting Manager is responsible for:

  • Accounts payable,
  • Accounts receivable,
  • Functional expense allocations,
  • Payroll and benefit administration,
  • Monthly financial statements,
  • Bank reconciliations,
  • Budgeting and financial forecasting,
  • Liaison work with FBCM auditing firm and Board Finance Committee,
  • Member billings and related reports,
  • Grant management (budgeting, tracking and reporting),
  • Contract management, and
  • defining and analyzing performance metrics

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business or Finance, with previous non-profit and grant (or contract) management experience.  Candidates must possess excellent analytical skills, be detail-oriented, utilize strong written and oral communication skills and have the ability to function as a part of a team.

FBCM offers a competitive compensation and a full benefit package.

Interested candidates may email their resume, cover letter and salary requirements to

Chief Financial Officer (Detroit)

Posted 7/9/2015 by MNA


Chief Financial Officer plays a critical role in partnering with the senior leadership team in strategic decision making and operations.   The CFO is responsible for hands on direction of the fiscal functions of the Organization in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and cost reimbursement principles relating to service driven nonprofit organizations and in keeping with the goals and objectives of the organization.

Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the Organization’s fiscal function.
Evaluate and advise on the financial impact of long range planning, introduction of new programs/strategies and regulatory interaction. Develop and advise on cost and reimbursement strategies.
Develop credibility for the Finance group by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets and financial reports Enhance and/or develop, implement and enforce financial policies and procedures of the organization by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the Organization.
Develop a reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanism which includes minimum cash threshold to meet operating needs of the Organization.

Masters degree (MA) or CPA; or six to ten years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Please visit to view the complete job posting.
Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to

Chief Development Officer (Detroit)

Posted 7/9/2015 by MNA


The Chief Development Officer is a senior level staff member and must possess a demonstrated ability to create a comprehensive strategy to guide THAW’s fundraising initiatives as well as a proven ability to capably direct Development staff in a team oriented and collaborative environment.  The Chief Development Officer will work very closely with the CEO to develop funding relationships that will create long range sustainability for the organization, overseeing and executing all of the organization’s fundraising and grant cultivation efforts

Develops fundraising strategy, in tandem with THAW’s CEO that ensures viable funding streams Executes organizational fundraising goals Facilitates the overall management, development, administration, coordination and evaluation of THAW’s Development Department Establishes short- and long-range goals for unrestricted and restricted funding sources Strategizes and orchestrates methods of approach to governmental, individual (major gifts and direct mail/membership), corporate and foundation prospects Partner with leadership team and program staff to develop and implement program design and budgets Oversees grant proposals, solicitation materials and fund development reports Partners with CEO and others as needed to ensure proper stewardship and cultivation of donors Serve as the primary staff liaison to the Fundraising Development Committee Bachelor’s Degree and over ten years of progressive experience in major donor fundraising management. The successful candidate will have a consistent track record of success raising several million dollars per year in a competitive fundraising environment

Please visit to view the complete job posting.
Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to

Director of Development (Grand Rapids)

Posted 7/8/2015 by MNA


Fountain Street Church is seeking a Director of Development - responsible for guiding, equipping and empowering administration and fund development ministries to increase both long-term institutional viability and current organizational effectiveness.

The Director of Development is accountable to the Sr. Minister and is responsible for leading change in fund development and administrative capacities for the future of FSC. A full list of responsibilities is available at

This position works closely with the executive team, officers committee, and governing board - collaborating regarding major decisions and informing them when a decision has been made.


  • Bachelor’s degree and/or five years of demonstrated fund development/ administration/operations management experience. Masters degree preferred
  • Demonstrated success in nonprofit fund development, including strategic planning, donor development, annual and foundation giving. Grant writing/management a plus
  • Proven ability in financial/hr management, payroll/hr compliance, and nonprofit management and budget oversight
  • Experience managing coordinated marketing and advertising that engages current and potential members/donors across the institution’s programming, development and public life
  • Demonstrated success in analyzing, selecting, and integrating information technology management solutions including: database, financial management, building management, content management, social media and fund development software
  • Comfort leading within the creative tension between tradition and change, intellect and spirit, individual and community, science and faith
Send resume and cover letter to Applications will be accepted through 12noon on Friday, July 24
Instructor (Ionia)

Posted 7/8/2015 by MNA


Organization: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids Position Type: Part Time Contact Name: Ana Galloway Position Description:

The instructor will lead workshops and seminars aimed at providing individuals with the skills and tools they need to maximize their effectiveness in finding and retaining a job. Specifically this position will teach various employability skills training classes, a customer service and retail training program, and various other workshops that promote self-sufficiency and goal attainment through the development of soft skills and life skills. Required qualifications include a bachelor’s degree, experience presenting to large and small groups, and experience working with diverse groups. The ideal candidate will have the ability to engage diverse groups of people and tailor workshops accordingly, lead workshops in a way that empowers job seekers, possess knowledge and experience in résumé writing, behavioral-based interviewing, designing hands-on workshops, and leading individuals through life changes. The Instructor is one of several staff who work collaboratively and provide complete services to job seekers.

To Apply: Please send a copy of your application, cover letter, and resume to Ana Galloway at
Volunteer Services Manager (Detroit)

Posted 7/8/2015 by MNA

Alternatives For Girls, a Detroit 501c3 organization serving homeless and high-risk girls and young women, is accepting applications for a full-time Volunteer Services Manager. Under the supervision of the COO, the Volunteer Services Manager is responsible for all aspects of volunteer management.


The Volunteer Services Manager will recruit volunteers, conduct background checks and interview candidates, place volunteers, maintain regular contact with them, arrange “matches” of volunteers with girls and young women and support them on an ongoing basis. They will also maintain the volunteer data base, be responsible for a bimonthly volunteer newsletter, organize and implement training events, coordinate and oversee group volunteer efforts. Assess on an ongoing basis the agency’s capacity to bring on interns and students; initiate and maintain contacts with universities, colleges, and other programs with student intern programs. Develop and implement policies, procedures, and evaluations for the volunteer program. Monthly, quarterly, and annual program progress reports. Continue to develop the agency volunteer environment through volunteer awareness (bulletin board, newsletters, etc), close communication with program staff about volunteer needs, and trainings for staff on volunteer management.

Qualified candidates should submit their resume via our web site: Please visit our careers tab for full job description.

Alternatives for Girls is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that engages in affirmative action to employ minority, female, protected veteran status and disabled individuals. 
GSA Organizational Development Specialist (West Michigan and Southeast Michigan)

Posted 7/8/2015 by MNA


Two positions available.

The Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health (MOASH), the statewide leader on adolescent sexual health, seeks two energetic and motivated individuals, who are committed to socially just youth development, to fill the roles of Gay-Straight Alliance Organizational Development Specialists.  The GSA Organizational Development Specialists will each have a portfolio of 10-20 GSAs and work directly with students and GSA advisors in broad geographic regions to improve the functioning of GSAs and build a statewide network of LGBTQ youth and allies.

These positions are grant-funded for a duration of two years.  It is anticipated one position will be full-time (1.0 FTE) and one part-time (.75 FTE). One of the positions will cover West Michigan and the other Southeast Michigan.  Successful candidates will work from home.

Responsibilities include:

Build and maintain relationships with schools and organizations in multiple communities Provide technical assistance to youth and adults in the establishment and implementation of GSAs Support the planning of BAMM GSAs Annual Working Summit Conduct trainings on GSA development and present on the work of BAMM GSAs Maintain meticulous notes and complete regular reports Support the evaluation of program functioning and contribute to quality improvement

To Apply

Send cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three (3) professional references to: by July 31st, 2015, for a September 15th start date. No phone calls, please.      

Visit for a complete description and application instructions.
Executive Director (Lansing)

Posted 7/7/2015 by MNA

Provide leadership, administration, management, and supervision of MiAEYC’s programs and staff necessary to achieve the Association’s mission. General areas of responsibility include: administration, finance, advocacy, technical assistance/consultation and public relations. The Executive Director participates as a non-voting member of the Governing Board, Executive Committee, Finance Committee and Budget Committee.


  • MA in child development, early childhood education, non-profit management or related fields required, Ph.D. preferred.
  • Demonstrated successful leadership in child development, early childhood education, advocacy, non-profit
  • organization management or related field.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Experience with early childhood education programs.
  • Experience in fiscal management, staff supervision and program administration.
  • Experience in non-profit organization management.
  • Ability to work with diverse organizations
  • Prior to employment the candidate must pass a drug screening test, and undergo a reference and security check.
  • Member of Michigan AEYC or willing to join.

For a full job description including salary and application requirements, go to

Deadline: Application deadline is July 30, 2015

Sr Loan Officer, Capital Impact Partners (Detroit)

Posted 7/7/2015 by MNA

Capital Impact Partners seeks a Senior Loan Officer in our Detroit, MI offices to strengthen its Loan Origination Group. The Senior Loan Officer is responsible for representing Capital Impact in its lending activities and originating new loan transactions. The ideal candidate will have a passion for work in community development and social impact, a minimum of 5 years of lending experience, with some in community development. Knowledge of New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) and CDFIs is helpful.

Capital Impact Partners is a large national Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with offices in Arlington (VA), Oakland (CA) and Detroit (MI). For over 30 years, Capital Impact Partners has been a not-for-profit mission driven lender that has supported the development of low-income underserved communities nationwide, focusing in five key sectors – healthcare, education, healthy foods, housing, and aging. Capital Impact is also supporting the redevelopment of Detroit through multiple partnerships with banks and foundations.

Please visit for more information.

Qualified candidates can send resume to

Maintenance/Driver (Detroit)

Posted 7/7/2015 by MNA

We have an exciting opportunity for a Driver / Maintenance individual to join our team of talented professionals. Regular working hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. This individual needs to have a High School diploma and a current Chauffeur's License. This job is a mix of maintenance work and driving. The majority of driving will be on the East side and downtown Detroit. We offer our employees a competitive salary, a paid time off package and health benefits.

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and or a letter of interest to

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
535 Griswold Street,
Suite 1300
Detroit, MI 48826
Lansing Office
330 Marshall St, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48912