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Program Officer

Toledo Community Foundation
POSTED 07/10/19

The Program Officer will have responsibility for strengthening the Foundation's grantmaking programs. The Foundation concentrates on offering the highest level of services providing an impact through the Foundation's grantmaking. The Program Officer assists with the Foundation's grantmaking programs relevant to various Foundation funds, including unrestricted and field of interest funds, special grant initiative funds, donor advised funds, corporate funds and Foundation subsidies. This position also provides professional advice and assistance to the President, Philanthropic Services Officers and the Board of Trustees regarding the Foundation's grantmaking process.

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State Assistant Administrator 15 - Clean Water Public Advocate

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy
POSTED 07/08/19

This position serves as the department's Clean Water Public Advocate in accordance with Executive Order 2019-06. This position is a liaison with the public and is responsible for following up on concerns related to drinking water in Michigan.

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Annual Gifts and Special Events Coordinator

TART Trails
POSTED 06/28/19

The Annual Gifts and Special Events Coordinator is an integral part of TART Trails’ fundraising and outreach team. With a focus on new donors, donor retention and increased levels of giving, the coordinator will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward gifts through a variety of strategies including, but not limited to, annual direct mail appeals, social media, special events, phone calls and personal visits. In addition, this position provides strategic and creative oversight for a portfolio of events that achieve strategic fundraising and/or programmatic goals. The coordinator must cultivate and maintain strong relationships with donors, partners, and supporters to successfully advance TART Trails’ mission. Working on a small team, the position requires a collaborative approach to work, support of TART’s core values, and ability to positively communicate and work with staff, Board, and volunteers. The Annual Gifts and Special Events Coordinator reports to the Development Director.

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Arts Administrator

Northport Arts Association
POSTED 06/21/19

Northport Arts Association (NAA) is seeking a part-time Arts Administrator. Candidates should appreciate the arts and enjoy working with people within the community. The Arts Administrator will work in tandem with the NAA Board Members, committees and volunteers. Knowledge of non-profit organizations helpful but not required.

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Director Development

Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra
POSTED 06/21/19

Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED), the Development Director will spearhead development efforts as Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra (GLCO) continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the Development Director will have the opportunity to build the development program. This is a half-time position.

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Data Governance Lead

Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians
POSTED 06/21/19

This position should have expertise in developing data plans and to extract and analyze data from entered information. In addition they will assist the information/data governance team in the formation and execution of data governance framework, policy and standards. This position will also be responsible for the implementation of an enterprise data governance program.

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Transition Director

Blissfest Music Organization
POSTED 06/10/19

The Blissfest Music Organization (BMO) in Harbor Springs, a 501(c)(3) non-profit music and outreach organization, is seeking a transition leader to manage our evolution from a founder-led, festival-driven organization to a best-in-class non-profit music organization that fully leverages its physical and human resources to deliver the organization's mission. The Transition Director will:

Assume operational leadership of the BMO immediately following the 39th annual Blissfest Music Festival, July 11-13 2019 in Harbor Spring, Michigan.

Work with the founder and Executive Director (who is retiring) and his staff to assess workflows, procedures, policies, and major contracts and develop change proposals for presentation to the Board of Directors.

Act as a conduit between the Executive Director and the Board to manage the director's retirement timeline in conjunction with the selection of a new Executive Director. New director to be in place no later than May 2020.

Work with Executive Director to create or upgrade strategies for the most effective utilization of physical assets, in keeping with the organization's mission. Oversee one or more major capital improvement projects, including possible funding campaigns.

Work with Executive Director and Board to develop options for the most effective organization structure to support the organization and the festival.

Act as a liaison between the Board and local government officials to resolve issues related to compliance with approved property uses.

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Executive Director

Huron River Watershed Council
POSTED 06/10/19

HRWC has enjoyed stable executive leadership, with the outgoing Executive Director serving in that capacity for over 20 years. Under new leadership, the Board seeks to continue HRWC’s bold leadership and entrepreneurial efforts, while maintaining and building its professional staff. High value service to member organizations will remain a priority for the new director, to ensure strong engagement of existing members and provide a rationale for attracting new ones.

The Executive Director serves as chief liaison with the HRWC Executive Committee and Board of Directors and leads and manages a high functioning professional staff of 12. The Director’s responsibilities include working with the staff and Board of Directors to establish organizational goals and policies and implement the strategic plan. HRWC is four years into its five-year strategic plan.

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Major Gifts Officer

Munson Healthcare Regional Foundation
POSTED 05/31/19

Munson Healthcare Foundations has an exciting opportunity for a seasoned fundraising professional to join our team as a Major Gifts Officer. The ideal candidate for this role is an engaging, articulate, and dynamic professional with demonstrated success in building relationships and providing high-level customer service to major gift donors and prospects, as well as executives and leaders within our organization. The Major Gifts Officer will manage a portfolio of 100 to 150 donors and be responsible for earning five and six-figure donations. In addition to salary, this role will have the opportunity to earn additional incentive compensation.

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