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Posting Date: 10/22/2019
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Organization: First Steps
City Position is located: Wayne
Position Description (include how to apply):

Full-time position, 37.5 hours per week,  weekdays, some evenings, on-call shifts and occasional weekends. Salary Range: $21-$23 per hour; Description: Provide advocacy, crisis counseling, information, resources and support to survivors of domestic and sexual violence particularly within the criminal justice system; works in collaboration with police officers, prosecutors, and others to enhance systems response to domestic violence and sexual assault. Conduct outreach and maintain accurate client demographics, service statistics, and case examples for reporting purposes.  Represent agency in various community settings. Comply with all grant and agency reporting. Assist as needed with 24-hour crisis line and Assault Response Program.  Understand/support the First Step philosophy of empowerment, education and prevention of violence.

Qualifications: BSW preferred/BA in human services, Master’s degree/MSW a plus.  Significant experience in crisis counseling, domestic and sexual violence.  Experience and knowledge about court advocacy and court procedures, preferably with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors.  Capable of handling crisis effectively.  Demonstrated initiative, high professional standards, and excellent organizational skills.  Strong oral/written communication skills.  Ability to work independently and with supervision.  Demonstrated experience working effectively with people from diverse racial, economic and cultural backgrounds.  Caring, empathetic, client-centered approach.  Ability to travel between sites in Wayne County. Valid MI driver’s license, current auto insurance, various background checks, have and maintain an excellent driving record, and reliable transportation.  Ability to lift 30 pounds on occasion. Bilingual a plus. EOE.

Benefits: Option for health, dental, optical insurance after 90 days. Life and LTD insurance after 120 days. Employer contribution to 401k. Accrued sick and vacation time. Holidays off with pay.

Please email resume and cover letter to Laura Markward: lmarkward@firststep-mi.org

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Posting Date: 10/22/2019
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Organization: Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
City Position is located: Detroit, Michigan
Position Description (include how to apply):

Reporting to the vice president of strategy and operations, the office manager will serve as the point-person for day-to-day operations of the Foundation.  This includes the office aesthetics, and guest experiences by interacting with building services and vendors. The office manager will oversee the receptionist in supporting guest experiences and ensuring the conference rooms are functioning at the highest level of quality. 

In addition, the office manager will be responsible for the Foundation’s records management, including retention policies and compliance.  A part-time file clerk will assist with records and filing.  Serving as the central resource for office safety functions, the office manager will handle emergency preparedness of the office and building evacuation procedures.  

The office manager will have a keen interest in solving problems and making strategic improvements to office operations in a dynamic and complex environment that has a variety of constituents with varying needs.  While working independently, the office manager has responsibility for two direct reports and will interact with a diverse team of colleagues.  Requisite skills include planning, managing, and implementing projects and handling tasks while meeting deadlines.  At times, work may be after hours or on the weekend requiring flexibility.  A bachelor’s degree and three to five years of related experience, including supervision, and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite will be needed.  

For a complete description, visit www.cfsem.org

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Posting Date: 10/16/2019
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Organization: Nonprofit Network
City Position is located: Jackson, Michigan
Position Description (include how to apply):

Nonprofit Network is looking to add a Capacity Building Consultant to our team!  We seek candidates who can teach board governance and provide technical assistance and consulting services to our membership.  

Qualifications include:  Demonstrated passion and commitment to working in the nonprofit sector, Three years of professional experience in a role requiring analytical problem-solving, Excellent quantitative and analytical skills, creative problem-solving, and a keep business sense demonstrated in either a professional or academic environment, Strong communicator both verbal and written, Well-rounded, interpersonal skill set with the capacity to build strong client relationships, work effectively in a team environment and facilitate joint problem-solving with clients and team, Highly self-motivated and willing to proactively take on leadership roles, Previous consulting experience a plus!

Our members are unique and trying to solve complex community problems.  We customize our services to fit their needs, help them problem solve, life cycles, and situations.  Therefore, our staff must have diverse backgrounds, perspectives and ideas to serve them.

To be considered, please send us your resume, a listing of three references, a letter illustrating your qualifications, your salary requirements, and whether you would prefer part-time or full-time work. No phone calls, please.

Email your application to:  Regina@NonprofNetwork.orgOr mail your application to:  Regina Pinney, Executive Director Nonprofit Network 2800 Springport Rd. Jackson, MI 49202 | For more information visit our website:  https://nonprofnetwork.org/job-opening

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Posting Date: 10/15/2019
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Organization: Midland Center for the Arts, Inc.
City Position is located: Midland
Position Description (include how to apply):

 In the next three years, the Center will celebrate its 50th season and kick-off a capital campaign to fund a major renovation of the hands-on museum. We are seeking a knowledgeable, passionate, and creative Director of Development to provide leadership and direction for retaining, diversifying and developing fundraising opportunities.  The individual will be a strong relationship-builder and help us shape the organization’s strategic fundraising priorities, guiding daily operations and working collaboratively with the CEO, the executive team, the board and other leadership to ensure proper cultivation, and stewarding of donors.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Develop and coordinate the annual fundraising plan that includes annual fund/membership; major gifts; corporate support; foundation support/grants or other event fundraising.
  • Develop and implement an operating framework for the development department, including policies, processes, structure, staffing and budgets.
  • Identify and cultivate new prospects; ensure that a robust portfolio of prospective major gift donors are being contacted and visited by the President/CEO, board members, key staff leaders and the Development team.

Qualifications:

  • 5-10 years of experience in a fundraising/development capacity
  • Bachelor’s degree required in related field
  • A proven track record in developing and managing comprehensive fundraising programs
  • Demonstrated success in major gift fundraising; capital campaign experience a plus
  • Demonstrated ability to establish, maintain and strengthen relationships with significant donors on behalf of an institution
  • Be a "self-starter" and goal driven to initiate donor visits and fundraising calls 

For full position description visit www.midlandcenter.org - About Tab - Employment

Application: Email Cover Letter and Resume to: siegmund@midlandcenter.org; Tina Siegmund,HR, Payroll & Benefits manager. 

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Posting Date: 10/15/2019
Organization: Isabella County Restoration House
City Position is located: Mount Pleasant
Position Description (include how to apply):

It is with great excitement that we announce our search for the Executive Director of Isabella County Restoration House (ICRH). We seek someone who is called to lead agency efforts to serve the needs of homeless individuals and families through this critical role. The Executive Director is the public face of ICRH and is the principal managing officer of the agency. The Executive Director will be committed to our mission to provide temporary shelter and a pathway to self-sufficiency for the homeless in Isabella County.

We invite you to explore how your passion, experience and education can be put to use as the Executive Director. Review of applications will begin on October 28. For more information on the position and how to apply, please go to: https://www.icrhouse.org/wordpress/employment/.

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Posting Date: 10/10/2019
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Organization: United Way for Southeastern Michigan
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

The Vice President, Fund Development is a member of the Executive Team (Cabinet) with responsibility for leading, planning, and implementing all external fundraising activities for United Way for Southeastern Michigan

Key Responsibilities:

  • Design and pursue growth strategies for fundraising channels beyond the corporate workplace, such as leadership and major gifts, planned giving, family foundations, affinity groups, and fee for service.
  • Develop and execute strategies to expand engagement with current corporate partners and their employees, and identify and cultivate strategies to engage new corporate partnerships, allowing for participation beyond the traditional campaign.
  • Oversee a “new business” pipeline that introduces UWSEM to new and diverse communities and unique funding partnerships.
  • Manage and personally solicit a group of major gifts donors and coordinate the cultivation of new prospects; develop a strategy around how the organization grows major gifts, including strategic affinity groups.
  • Create fundraising strategies that supports programmatic goals and initiatives of the organization.
  • Work closely with the Community Impact leadership to develop donor offers that justify investment, meet the philanthropic goals of the donor as well as the needs of the community. This includes creating a pool of donor solutions at various investment levels, as well as engagement experiences tied to those investment solutions.

Acquired Knowledge:

  • A four-year degree from an accredited college or university is required. A Master’s or advanced degree is preferred
  • At least 10 years with a proven track record of fundraising experience gained in relevant positions of increasing responsibility and scope. 
  • At least 5 years of direct people leadership with both direct and indirect reports
  • Demonstrated fundraising success in corporate, foundation, workplace, individual and major gifts along with additional sources of revenue generation

For more information please visit: https://unitedwaysem.org/careers/

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Posting Date: 10/10/2019
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Organization: United Way for Southeastern Michigan
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

United Way for Southeastern Michigan is seeking a collaborative leader to serve as the Director of 2-1-1, the regions single, comprehensive source for local health and social service information. The Director must have an engaging, compelling presence, and be passionate about the role that 2-1-1 plays in providing safety-net services for the most vulnerable in our community.

This position is responsible for the overall leadership of the 2-1-1 program, including development, and implementation of short and long-range plans and annual budgets. Position is responsible for the management, evaluation, and reporting of direct services, implementation of internal controls to ensure program effectiveness, the recruitment and development of staff, and fostering strong relationships with nonprofit/governmental agencies and community groups. Must be organized, highly computer literate, team-oriented, and motivated by a desire to help others achieve their best life. Possess a solid understanding of and passion for United Way programs and initiatives. Solid organizational, project management and leadership skills. Ability to set priorities, take initiative, manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines.

A bachelor’s degree in human or social sciences, nonprofit management,related field. A master’s degree strongly preferred. A minimum of 7-10 years of experience in nonprofit program management, human services, or a related field. 

Please Apply via this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7ccbc0b0-4f77-4b27-9593-9caff4a6bc09&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=337957&source=CC3&lang=en_US

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Posting Date: 10/10/2019
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Organization: COTS
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

Organization Overview: Since 1982, COTS with an annual budget of $7 million, has been committed to serving the most vulnerable members of the Detroit community. COTS serves families experiencing or overcoming homelessness through our emergency shelter for families, two apartment complexes, and nearly 200 leased homes in and around the City of Detroit. Our new 56-unit apartment complex will open in spring of 2020, expanding our footprint and impact in Midtown Detroit. In 2018, our rich continuum of programs and services provided support to more than 1,000 people.

The Opporunity: The 2020 fiscal year is designated for COTS's most ambitious publicity and fundraising capital campaigns ever. The organization seeks a strategic CFO with a track record of organizing a growing organization to meet current and future developments. The CFO is responsible for aligning financial reserves with the mission and vision of the organization and for identifying concrete ways to engage in increasing financial reserves and cost-savings, to ensure COTS sustainability.

To view the full job description, visit our website at www.cotsdetroit.org

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Posting Date: 10/10/2019
Organization: COTS
City Position is located: Detroit
Position Description (include how to apply):

Summary: Under general supervision, position is responsible for taking immediate and appropriate action to ensure current account balances for all COTS' residential program participants. The Rent Analyst is also responsible for following through with the landlore/tenant legal process up to and including eviction. 

Duties: Calculating participant's monthly rent rate, collect, verify, and record rent payments, input monthly rental charges and payments into QuickBooks accounts receivable program, complete shelter verification forms from DHS, landlords or other client funding sources, reconcile individual account balances monthly, assist with month-end process, prepare audit schedules as needed, etc.

Please submit resumes to jmaples@cotsdetroit.org

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Posting Date: 10/09/2019
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Organization: Michigan Nonprofit Association
City Position is located: Lansing
Position Description (include how to apply):

MNA is selling 6 large pods and 3 small pods. The 6 large pods are nestled together with three on each side.  The pods include a locker for storage (hanging file area and a drawer) and a tiered shelf.  Each also has a whiteboard and 3 trays for paperwork.  An ergonomical chair is also included. The 3 small pods each come with an ergonomic chair and a small wheeled drawer cabinet.

Please contact Beckie Hawes-Baggett at bhawes-baggett@mnaonline.org with additional questions or interest. Pictures of the pods can be viewed here and here

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