Donated Dental Services (DDS) Coordinator (Okemos)Full time position- Coordinates state local Donated Dental Services (DDS) Program, providing case management for people who are disabled, elderly or medically at-risk and cannot afford comprehensive Dental Treatment for severe dental problems. Essential Duties: 1. Processes applications. Conducts telephone intake interviews and appropriate follow up with applicants to determine eligibility. 2. For each person accepted forwards information about the patient for volunteer dentist to consider for treatment. Refers to specialists as appropriate to case. 3. Monitors progress during treatment; intervenes as necessary to resolve problems. Performs case management functions and assures that process goes well for both the clients and the dentists. 4. Makes arrangements for laboratory work, securing donations, including recruitment of new labs on a case by case basis as needed. 5. Records volunteer donation. Maintains computerized files of patients, dentists, labs, and related data and case notes as each case progresses. 6. Communicates effectively and efficiently with clients, volunteers, Dental Lifeline Network staff, and key local stakeholders to assure program goals are met. Qualifications: Education • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or other human services field preferred. Experience• 2 years experience with elderly people or people with disabilities, preferably in a social services setting. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities • Patience and compassion with less fortunate persons required. • Skilled in written and oral communications.• Skilled and efficient in the organization of one’s work. • Ability to use computer, telephone and other office machines. Send resume and cover letter to bfogg@dentallifeline.org.

Director of Entrepreneurial Initiatives (Detroit) Southwest Housing Solutions (SWHS) seeks an experienced, results oriented Director of Entrepreneurial Initiatives to lead ProsperUS Detroit, a place-based entrepreneur training and microlending program. Unlike other traditional entrepreneur training programs, ProsperUS Detroit partners with community-based organizations to find untapped talent in neighborhoods, hosts trainings within neighborhoods and connects low-income immigrant and minority entrepreneurs with character-based lending. The Director of Entrepreneurial Initiatives at Southwest Housing Solutions (SWHS), will be the lead staff person for the implementation of the ProsperUS Detroit (formerly the Global Detroit Neighborhood Development Collaborative or GDNDC) program. The director will work closely with senior leadership at Southwest Housing Solutions and external collaborative partners to build and lead a network of community organizations to deliver micro-entrepreneurship training, micro-finance lending, and technical assistance to low-income immigrant, ethnic, and African-American communities in Detroit. To read more about the position, visit http://www.globaldetroit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ProsperUS-Job-Descrip_Director-ProsperUS1.pdf Deadline for applications is June 22, 2012. Email resumes to hrresume@swsol.org to the attention of Hector Hernandez.

Annual Gifts Coordinator (Traverse City) Exciting career growth opportunity as part of a premier conservation organization in Traverse City, Michigan. Conservation Resource Alliance is a well-established leader in protecting the most beautiful of Michigan’s special places. Building on more than 40 years of excellence, we work with communities and landowners, agencies and businesses, to improve the waterways, forests and lands of northern Michigan. CRA’s office is located in Traverse City, a top destination for recreation, culture, and retirement. Our projects cover a region from Ludington to the Mackinac Bridge, and we enjoy a widening base of support from all over the Great Lakes region. This newly created full-time position is designed to expand the involvement of individuals, families and businesses who share a love of “Up North Michigan.” Top candidates will have a passion for the outdoors, an appreciation for business excellence, and at least 2 years professional experience in fundraising or related business. Experience with donor management software is desirable. As a member of the development team, the Annual Gifts Coordinator will be responsible for donor communications, annual campaigns, events, and coordinating with CRA’s field team, landowners, Board of Directors, and regional partner organizations. Please send letter of inquiry and resume to jill@rivercare.org with a subject line of “Annual Gifts Coordinator Opening.” Alternatively, materials may be mailed to the address found on CRA’s website, where the full job description may also be viewed: www.rivercare.org.

Information Manager (Detroit) Educational non-profit serving the at-risk community looking for an Information Manager, to begin in mid-August. Position will require both administrative and Development responsibilities and has great growth potential. Non-traditional, casual, but professional work environment, with excellent benefit package. Candidate must possess ability to manage all types of external relations (vendors, students, parents, etc.), as well as internal administrative responsibilities, while handling multiple priorities simultaneously. We are a passionate team and are looking for the right person to help share and grown our vision.Minimum qualifications: Associates Degree, Raiser’s Edge experience is a significant advantage, computer, web, social media, vendor management, and/or Development experience. How to Apply: Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to diane.renaud@svsfcenter.org by July 10. Only applications that include salary requirements will be considered. Visit www.svsfcenter.org for full job description.

Finance Director (Lansing) Tri County Office on Aging (TCOA) in Lansing, Michigan is seeking a full time Finance Director to provide financial management and control for the agency. This position oversees the administration of accounting, payroll, budgetary, strategic planning, cash management, government reporting and compliance. Established in 1974, TCOA is an agency that plans and develops services for senior citizens. The mission of the agency is to promote and preserve the independence and dignity of the aging population. The goals to accomplish this mission include:- To help older people function as independently as possible; - To advocate for adequate resources and sound public policy; - To develop and support a comprehensive coordinate system of service; - To increase awareness of aging issues and services; and - To provide support to families assisting aging relatives. For a detailed job posting and instructions on how to apply, please visit the Employment/Volunteer tab at www.tcoa.org. Please email Human Resources at hr1@tcoa.org with questions.

Executive Director (Northville) The New Hope Center for Grief Support, a Christian-based non-profit dedicated to providing grief support services to adults and children in Southeastern Michigan, is seeking a committed Christian to serve as Executive Director (“ED”) and lead the organization into the future. Leadership responsibilities include solidifying and implementing a vision to expand the ministry, developing and monitoring the income and expense budget, and overseeing the New Hope (“NH”) staff, which includes a full time Fund Development Director and Business Manager, a part time KIDZ Program Director, and an extensive number of volunteers. The ED works closely with NH’s Board of Directors. New Hope’s services include a series of workshops offered at area churches, presentations at funeral homes, and ongoing support groups, all managed by the ED. The ED meets with churches and funeral homes to schedule workshops and presentations, recruits and trains volunteer speakers and facilitators, and maintains workshop curriculum. Also serve as NH’s primary spokesperson with community organizations and oversees an extensive communications effort, including newsletters, NH’s Web site, and other social media. Formal education in a related field along with significant, successful experience leading a non-profit, volunteer organization, as well as experience with fund development is desirable. Excellent presentation and speaking skills are a must. Send resumes to Nicholas Hopwood at nicholas.hopwood@lpl.com. www.newhopecenter.net/

Executive Director (Grand Rapids) West Michigan Center for Arts & Technology (WMCAT) is a thriving, socially innovative nonprofit dedicated to offering youth and adults hope through career enhancing, life-affirming programs. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides overall leadership, management and oversight of the organization, including fundraising and fiscal responsibility. We seek a visionary leader with high integrity and a passion about for WMCAT’s mission. A minimum of five years as a senior level staff with management responsibilities at a nonprofit organization or association is highly desired. Ability to work with professional service providers (such as attorneys, accountants, and computer consultants) desired. Prior experience in meeting fundraising goals and working with a board of directors is strongly preferred. A minimum of a Bachelor's degree is required. WMCAT is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Please address a cover letter and resume to Maury Peterson at info@waldronhr.com, no later than July 16, 2012. To view a detailed position description, visit WMCAT Position Specification.

Financial Assistance Coordinator (Southfield) Non-profit health agency invites applications for the position of Financial Assistance Coordinator. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Respond to client requests for financial assistance and facilitate the application and approval process; • Work closely with vendors to fulfill client requests including managing vendor contracts and pricing; • Carefully track and record monthly statistics and expenditures; • Research and update community resources for referral database.The successful candidate will have: • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services or related field; • 2 years of experience in social services environment and experience working with people with disabilities, preferred; • Must be comfortable working with clients, including cognitive, physical or psycho-social limitations, including being able to respond to crisis situations; • Must be meticulous about record-keeping using both computer and hard file systems. • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and previous database experience preferred.) For immediate consideration, interested candidates should submit a cover letter, current resume, and salary requirements to INFO@MIG.NMSS.ORG by June 22, 2012. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting a diverse pool of candidates. EOE/M/F/D/V.

Executive Director (Holland) Communities First Association-Fulltime position providing leadership and direction for national, faith-based association focused on developing neighborhood based leadership and change through an Asset Based Community Development strategy. Critical areas for outcome/impact activity include systemic justice change, national collaborations, building board and organizational capacity and building donor relationships. Qualifications include BA or MA degree in leadership, management, community development, or related fields and three years experience in program leadership, administration, fund development and supervision. Send cover letter and resume via e-mail to CFA Search Committee c/o Bill Raymond at raymondb1@gmail.com by July 6, 2012. For more information please see www.communitiesfirstassociation.org.

Grant Writer (Detroit) The Children’s Center. Job Summary: Work with relevant internal and external parties to research and compile information into professional, responsive messages and presentations for submission to viable funding targets Serves as the champion of grant proposal development •Research governmental, foundation and corporate giving programs and coordinate relationship building, creative and technical activities related to prospective grant seeking initiatives •Develop, maintain and evaluate an ongoing stable of historical and prospective grant funders and ensure complete, accurate and timely response to required contact and reporting deadlines •Communicate key grant information to executive, program, finance and resource development staff to ensure seamless response to internal and external relational dynamics and compliance requirements •Work closely with the CFO in the development of initial grant opportunity responses. Qualifications: •Demonstrated ability to write from both a creative and a technical perspective •Experience writing, including professional recognition, publication, and/or blogging to an established audience •Proficient in the use of technology •Detail oriented •Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines. Education: Bachelors Degree preferred. Please email resume and cover letter to arogers@childrensctr.net.

Executive Director (Jackson) The Dahlem Conservancy, located in beautiful Jackson County is a dynamic, growing, financially strong, environmental education organization. We are looking for an energetic individual who can capitalize on our recent growth and success and lead our organization into the next phase of development. The Dahlem Conservancy has a year-round staff of three full-time and nine part-time employees, a budget of $350,000, of which $135,000 is raised through donations and fund raising events, over 300 acres of land, which include a farm, a visitor center, and five miles of trails.Key Skills • Visionary with good organizational skills; • Success in fundraising, partnering and public relations; • Dynamic extemporaneous speaker who can engage people; • High energy, ability to prioritize, excellent communication skills; • Sound management skills; • Ability to cultivate donors; • Willingness to engage and participate with other community organizations; • Commitment to the role of education in the conservation of natural resources.• Serve as chief executive officer of The Dahlem Conservancy; • Maintain a current and active strategic plan, and implement goals; • Be able to utilizing the Benevon model to develop more sustainable funding.Minimum Qualifications: • Demonstrated leadership in a non-profit organization, including management and supervisory experience.• BS/BA in related field; Masters Degree or equivalent experience preferred.Submit a cover letter and resume that clearly communicate qualifications and salary requirements, and a list of three references, to: Victor Marshall, Search Chair, The Dahlem Conservancy 7117 S. Jackson Rd. Jackson, MI 49201 E-mail: vbmarshall@gmail.com Review of applications begins on July 15, 2012. Salary and benefits based on preferred qualifications and experience. The Dahlem Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Finance Director (Detroit) SUMMARY: Establishes and directs the overall administration, coordination and evaluation of the Accounting function through continuous communication with Agency Leadership. Possesses proven ability to manage priorities effectively and efficiently. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Guide financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and administering organizational policies and procedures to ensure compliance with state and federal requirements and statutes. Prepare annual organization budget by establishing schedules: collecting, analyzing, and consolidating financial data; recommending plans. Create financial statements, business activity reports, financial position forecasts, annual budgets, and tax returns. Develop and maintain relationships with banking, insurance, and non-organizational accounting personnel to facilitate financial activities. Monitor financial activities and details such as reserve levels to ensure that all legal and regulatory requirements are met. Monitor grant reporting and appropriate release of temporarily restricted funds Other duties as assigned. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s Degree required and six to ten years progressive accounting experience preferably within non profit organizations. Must have experience with A133 audits and managing restricted and non restricted funds. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: The ideal candidate will embrace teamwork and posses excellent interpersonal skills while being technically proficient. This individual must be flexible, comfortable working with others, committees, and presenting financial materials.SALARY: Negotiable; Please include salary expectations in your cover letter. Interested candidates please email cover letter and resume to finance@greeningofdetroit.com.

Community Engagement Manager (Southfield MI) The Michigan Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society invites applications for the position of Community Engagement Manager. This team member is responsible for coordinating the recruitment, interviewing, placement, training, supervision, and recognition of volunteers and interns throughout the Chapter, as well as providing management and oversight of the Chapter’s Do-It-Yourself (DIY) events and Marathon Strides Against MS (MSAMS) campaign.The successful candidate will have: •Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; •Minimum of 3 years related work experience with proven recruiting experience a plus, preferably in a volunteer environment; •Excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to work easily and effectively with the public; •Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office products and the ability to maintain and utilize a database; •Candidate must be able to work some evenings and weekends and must be willing to travel throughout the state. The chapter offers a competitive salary and benefits package. For immediate consideration, interested candidates should submit a cover letter, current resume, and salary requirements to midwestrecruitment@nmss.org by June 15, 2012. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting a diverse pool of candidates. EOE/M/F/D/V

Volunteer Manager (Detroit) Forgotten Harvest. Summary of Responsibilities: Develops and implements volunteer programs. Responsible for planning, coordinating and managing all volunteer program activities, with an emphasis on fundraising and food program activities. Responsibilities: •Develop and implement a volunteer program •Recruit and develop volunteers who can respond to the needs of Forgotten Harvest •Develop and maintain connections and networks within the community to form effective partnerships to ensure a steady flow of volunteers •Develop systems for recruitment, training, placement, supervision and evaluation of volunteers •Develop a handbook for volunteers •Track volunteer activity and targeted outcome expectation •Prepare reports and statistics for monthly, quarterly, year-end reports •Flexibility to work evenings and weekends as required •Develop program to fundraise with volunteer groups •Work with operations staff to enhance volunteer experience. Requirements: •Bachelor’s degree required •5 years of experience in a non-profit organization •Knowledge of volunteer recruitment and volunteer management and organizational skills •Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variable in situations where only limited standardization exists. •Ability to work independently to achieve expected outcomes of volunteer projects •Experience in computer skills including Microsoft Office, calendar maintenance, Word, Excel, and data reporting •Performs other duties as assigned •Ability to coordinate multiple volunteer groups and activities at the same time •Ability to work with diverse groups of people. Please email resume and cover letter to recruiting@forgottenharvest.org

Executive Director (Frankfort) Oliver Art Center (Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts) is seeking a full-time Executive Director. The position includes: operations and facilities management, financial responsibilities, programming, marketing, and fundraising. Candidates must possess skills in oral and written communication, computer applications, planning, public relations and grant writing. Please submit letter of interest and resume to: Oliver Art Center, PO Box 1513, Frankfort, MI 49635 by July 25, 2012. Salary range $26,000-$30,000. View the current job description: oliverartcenterfrankfort.org.

Administrative Assistant (Southfield) •Reports to the Executive Director of the Southfield Community Foundation, Inc. (“Foundation”).•Provides assistance to the Executive Director with emphasis in supporting the marketing and bookkeeping functions of the Foundation.Specific responsibilities include:1.Preparation and disbursement of marketing materials -consulting with the appropriate Committees;-design, modification and disbursement of marketing materials such as brochures, newsletters, invitations and annual reports etc; -implementing a computerized database of contributors, other non-profit organizations, professional advisers and other community foundations -disbursement of large mailings -maintaining the Foundation’s website 2.Documentation of receipt of gifts -bank deposit slips, photocopies, and physically making deposits -preparing and sending acknowledgement letters -filing appropriate supporting documentation 3.Other activities -preparing agendas and minutes for meetings; -maintaining a basic knowledge of the other activities of the Foundation; -answering the telephone and serving as the front person for the office; -picking up and dropping off mail and other basic office functions; -assisting the Executive Director with any other Foundation activity that may be deemed necessary. -Organizing and coordinating the Youth Advisory Committee. Skills required: -interest in the community -demonstrated written and communication skills proficiency with computer word processing, accounting, database and desktop publishing software -basic clerical skills -excellent people skills -highly energetic and self-starter -attention to detail This is a part time position (15 hours per week). No Phone calls. rrrobinson@scfmi.org

Manager of Meetings & Events (St. Clair Shores) Lupus Alliance of America - Michigan Indiana Affiliate. Reports to: Executive Director Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications or related field required. Three to five years’ experience with supervising program management, preferably in nonprofits. Demonstrated proficiency developing meetings and events. Excellent verbal and written skills sufficient to communicate with donors, supporters, board members, LAAMI members and customers. Must be able to work in a small team environment, set priorities and meet deadlines. Microsoft Office abilities required. Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) or Certification in Meeting Management (CMM) preferred. Must work effectively and make sound, independent decisions. Must have reliable transportation. Essential Responsibilities and Job Functions: 1. Develops processes and logistics for all of the organization’s programs and events, including an annual golf outing, monthly support group meetings and an annual symposium 2. Develops, coordinates and manages registration and onsite support for events as well as monitors budget for all external programming. 3. Works with vendors, volunteers, sponsors, and staff in logistical planning for advocacy walks, legislative discussions, networking events and fundraising opportunities. 4. Develops timelines and budgets to ensure that tasks are completed efficiently and economically. Contact Information If interested, please send resume, salary requirements, cover letter, and letter(s) of recommendation to: Frank Mortl, III Lupus Alliance of America – Michigan Indiana Affiliate 26507 Harper Avenue St. Clair Shores, MI 48081 800-705-6677 frank@milupus.org

Manager of Marketing & Communications (St. Clair Shores) Lupus Alliance of America - Michigan Indiana Affiliate. Reports to: Executive Director Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, business or related field required. Three to five years’ experience with supervising marketing and communications, preferably in nonprofits. Experience with website content management systems, Constant Contact or other email programs. Proficient at using social media including Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and SEO marketing. Demonstrated verbal and written skills sufficient to communicate with board members, LAAMI members and customers. Must be able to work in a small team environment, set priorities and meet deadlines. Proficiency using Microsoft Office required. Computer literacy and an understanding of professional IT, mobile apps and HTML knowledge preferred. Must work effectively and make sound, independent decisions. Must have reliable transportation. Essential Responsibilities and Job Functions: This position manages visibility of the organization through communications, branding, and membership interactions as well as creates strategic exchanges with targeted supporters. 1. Develops and executes marketing programs that promote and create awareness of the organization’s image and services 2. Coordinates public relations announcements within the community and related news sources 3. Oversees, manages and supports the updating of all social media and the organization’s website 4. Develops timelines and budgets to ensure that tasks are completed efficiently and economically Contact Information: If interested, please send resume, salary requirements, cover letter, and letter(s) of recommendation to: Frank Mortl, III Lupus Alliance of America – Michigan Indiana Affiliate 26507 Harper Avenue St. Clair Shores, MI 48081 800-705-6677 frank@milupus.org

Vice-President, Medical Operations (Ann Arbor) Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan provides quality healthcare to over 70,000 patients in a service area that encompasses 31 counties, 17 health centers, and 83% of the state’s population. PPMSM is seeking the following: VICE-PRESIDENT, MEDICAL OPERATIONS Reporting to the President/CEO, the VP for Medical Operations is principally responsible for providing strategic planning and operational leadership germane to the organization’s patient base, market share, and revenue. This includes developing new market initiatives and analyzing business opportunities that yield revenue generation and result in sustainable growth. In collaboration with senior management, this role is critical in executing the business functions of the medical department consistent with PPMSM’s mission, values, goals, and objectives.Please visit our website at http://www.plannedparenthood.org/midsouthmi/ for a complete job description.Qualifications: •A Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, health administration or a related discipline plus a minimum of seven to ten years of relevant experience with progressively responsible management duties, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. •One to three year’s experience at the senior management level required. MBA or Master’s degree preferred. In addition to competitive salaries, PPMSM offers outstanding health and welfare benefits including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance and a 403B. PPMSM also offers paid-time off to full and part-time benefit eligible employees. Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer PPMSM is a drug-free workplace employer and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Medical Administration Manager (Ann Arbor) Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan provides quality healthcare to over 70,000 patients in a service area that encompasses 31 counties, 17 health centers, and 83% of the state’s population. PPMSM is seeking the following: MEDICAL ADMINISTRATION MANAGER. The Medical Administration Manager provides support for leadership positions in the Medical Business Unit by leading and coordinating administrative work, projects and staff. Performs various administrative functions requiring in-depth knowledge of departmental programs, operations and services, PPMSM policies and procedures. Please visit our website at http://www.plannedparenthood.org/midsouthmi/ for a complete job description. Qualifications: •Bachelor’s degree in the area of Communications, Health Management, Health Sciences or a related field plus two to three years minimum work experience in a medical setting supporting medical leadership staff required. •One year of supervisory experience required. In addition to competitive salaries, PPMSM offers outstanding health and welfare benefits including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance and a 403B. PPMSM also offers paid-time off to full and part-time benefit eligible employees. Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer PPMSM is a drug-free workplace employer and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Medical Director (Ann Arbor) Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan provides quality healthcare to over 70,000 patients in a service area that encompasses 31 counties, 17 health centers, and 83% of the state’s population. PPMSM is seeking the following: MEDICAL DIRECTOR: The Medical Director is responsible to the President/CEO for directing the affiliate medical program and for developing and implementing affiliate medical protocols that are consistent with Title X, PPFA Medical Standards and generally recognized standards of care. It also includes an adjunct faculty appointment with Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan Health System. The focus is Medical Oversight, Program Direction and Development, Administration, Public Relations and Research. Please visit our website at http://www.plannedparenthood.org/midsouthmi/ for a complete job description. Qualifications: Must have a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy degree from an approved college of Medicine/Osteopathy •Must be board certified Obstetrics and Gynecology physician •Must be eligible for an active Michigan Medical License •Must have physician and practice management experience with respect to professional development, productivity monitoring, quality improvement, and process standardization •Preferably has at least two years medical practice management experience in a private practice setting. In addition to competitive salaries, PPMSM offers outstanding health and welfare benefits including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance and a 403B. PPMSM also offers paid-time off to full and part-time benefit eligible employees. Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer PPMSM is a drug-free workplace employer and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing.

MNA Civic Engagement Fellow (Lansing) The Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) is accepting applications for the year-long MNA Civic Engagement Fellow to assist in the development and implementation of strategies that promote a lifelong ethic of civic engagement that increases the efforts of MNA and the impacts the nonprofit sector can have in their local communities. The Fellow will be housed in the Lansing office, but may attend meetings and events at our Detroit office as necessary. This position will report to the Executive Director of the Volunteer Centers of Michigan and includes the following Responsibilities: •Researching and preparing materials for, and participating in, visits with key partners in the field of civic engagement. •Assisting with developing a “road map” for lifelong civic engagement that can be distributed across the state to increase the knowledge of how individuals engage in communities throughout their life time. •Providing support to research initiatives to promote an understanding of the nonprofit sector, volunteerism, and civic engagement. Successful applicants will have: •Relevant work experience •Undergraduate degree or near completion toward a degree •Basic understanding of the field of civic engagement and volunteering •Excellent written and verbal communication skills•Strong research skills. This is a stipend fellowship ($1,000/month), with reimbursements provided for work-related expenses as budgeted. Application Due Date:Friday, June 8, 2012 Send via email to: Diana Algra, Executive Director, Volunteer Centers of Michigan (diana@mivolunteers.org) Required Contents: One-page resume detailing academic history, work experience, and other relevant experience and Essay (one-two pages) statement of interest discussing: •(1) your knowledge of and experience in public service, social activism, and volunteer engagement (2) ) your career goals and how your selection as The MNA Civic Engagement Fellow will help you achieve them •Evidence of ability to meet position requirements as described in position summary •List of two references. For more information, please contact Diana Algra at 517-492-2433. Please view full job description here.

Administrative Coordinator (Detroit) Detroit Parent Network, a premier organization seeking to transform parents to make the Detroit area a better place to raise and educate children, is currently seeking a full-time Administrative Coordinator. This position coordinates administrative, scheduling, and office support for the Detroit Public Schools Parent Resource Centers as well as school-based activities as directed by the Deputy Director. Ideal candidates will be capable of managing multiple projects at the same time while maintaining strong attention to detail, and will take a strategic approach to the work, putting into place systems and processes that ensure consisent, high-quality results. A full description of the position can be found on our website at: http://www.detroitparentnetwork.org/content/job-openings. Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to rallen@detroitparentnetwork.org.

Volunteer Manager (Detroit) Accounting Aid Society, a 501(c) (3) organization, has an immediate opening for a Volunteer Manager. This is a full-time, exempt position involved in the recruitment, training, management and retention of the agency’s 600 plus volunteers. The Volunteer Manager develops and strengthens the agency’s volunteer base in coordination with senior staff in operations and development. This position manages all aspects of volunteer experience with the agency and reports directly to the President. Bachelor’s degree preferred in communications, community relations, marketing or related field, or equivalent work experience. Skills: strong administrative, oral and written communication skills; demonstrated proficiency and comfort using Microsoft Office applications, social media and website management; other applications such as database and e-learning systems a plus; ability to represent the agency in a professional manner in the community; ability to work with diverse groups as well as independently in a fast-paced environment. See a complete job description on our website at www.accountingaidsociety.org. Application deadline is June 15, 2012. Applicants should send: 1) cover letter addressing their qualifications; 2) a resume, and 3) names and contact information for two references to Kathleen Aro, President, at karo@accountingaidsociety.org.

Program Coordinator (Okemos) Okemos based non-profit organization seeks Program Coordinator to apply knowledge of program management, web based technology and recruitment strategies to support multiple healthcare recruitment programs, contribute to program growth through excellent customer service skills, and deliver recruitment solutions to candidates and members through sourcing efforts. Qualifications and Required Skills - Bachelor’s degree required. Knowledge of database management, word software including excel, strong communication skills with a minimum of 3 years health care related experience required. Experience in service based initiatives, human resources, sales and marketing a plus. Must be available to travel in state overnight. Competitive compensation and benefits based on qualifications and experience. To apply please submit cover letter and resume to recruitment@mhc.org.

*From the Michigan Nonprofit Association

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