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Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy
POSTED 01/23/20

The Director of Development provides organized, innovative, and thoughtful leadership during a uniquely important time in our 29-year history. We will complete our $71.4 million Campaign for Generations in June 2021, having increased our portfolio of protected lands by nearly 10,000 acres. As the Grand Traverse region continues to attract more and more people who want to live, work, and play here, new opportunities for conservation, enhanced access to nature, and connecting with innovative funding models and sources are on the horizon.

The Director of Development will join a nationally recognized, fully accredited land trust and work closely with the founding Executive Director. They will be supported by a team of professionals, excellent systems and resources, a dedicated Board of Directors, and thousands of individuals who are passionate about our mission, the beauty of our region, and the protection of its natural resources.

This is a full-time position with a generous benefits package and a board-approved salary range of $81,000 – $113,435. Applications due by Feb 21st.

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The Leelanau School
POSTED 01/22/20

The Leelanau School is seeking a Director of Development responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of The Leelanau School’s fundraising activities including the major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events, alumni relations, and capital campaigns. The Director works closely with school administration, faculty, and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors. The Director of Development is an essential part of the leadership team and reports directly to the Head of School.

The Leelanau School is an independent boarding and day high school that is committed to meeting the educational and emotional needs of each of our students. Its beautiful and historic campus is situated within the Leelanau Peninsula on the shores of Lake Michigan. Our staff and faculty view the school community as an extension of their own family and are willing to do the great work of educating the next generation of leaders by making connections with students and helping them hone their natural strengths.

The mission of The Leelanau School is to ignite a passion for learning in a boarding school where students thrive by engaging academically and by celebrating everyone’s unique learning style in a culture of acceptance, leading to successful and meaningful lives in college and beyond.

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Norte
POSTED 01/22/20

The Norte Summer Intern supports a range of programming and communication activities to help further Norte’s mission. S/he will help support and gain experience with the daily operations of Norte at the Clubhouse and Wheelhouse including programs, communications, and assisting with community outreach events. This position requires a genuine enthusiasm for Norte’s mission and the ability to project that enthusiasm to others. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential to effectively interact with and build trust and confidence among our members and supporters.

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Planned Parenthood of Michigan
POSTED 01/22/20

Job Summary: Under direct supervision, uses basic knowledge and skills obtained through on-the-job training to provide patient centered medical services and education in support of the Planned Parenthood of Michigan (PPMI) “Care, no matter what…” mission. Gathers patient information, identifies concerns, and provides information to other medical professionals in order to provide services and meet patient needs. Provides test results and information related to abortion service, essure, vasectomies, and other services, to patients in an objective, medically factual, and compassionate manner. Assist in providing quality healthcare and basic education to PPMI’s patients by handling the reception area, telephones, cashiering, back office, and lab services for the clinic.

Must be experienced in medical assisting and experience in a hospital or clinical setting.
Surgical assisting experience preferred.

Planned Parenthood of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workplace.

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Planned Parenthood of Michigan
POSTED 01/22/20

Job Summary: Under limited direction from a senior level manager, uses specialized knowledge in health care administration and skills obtained through experience or specialized training to manage the administrative and operational activities of multiple health centers in support of the “Care, No Matter What” mission. Direct activities, manages patient flow, and ensures a high level of care in order to provide quality healthcare services, maximize productivity, and optimize customer service.

Planned Parenthood of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workplace.

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Michigan Gateway Community Foundation
POSTED 01/21/20

We seek an energetic and dynamic leader to work with our board of trustees to grow our foundation and to work with our many partners and constituents in developing our region. If you are an experienced leader who understands the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors and are seeking the opportunity in the quality of life of the residents, businesses and organizations we serve, consider joining us.

Please submit your resume and compensation requirements by Friday, February 21st at 5pm to searchcommittee@mgcf.org.

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Inland Seas Education Association
POSTED 01/17/20

This individual works under the leadership of the Marketing Coordinator. The goal of this position
is to offer a learning experience for a college student enrolled in a degree program that will
involve them in a wide range of activities involved with marketing a small nonprofit organization.

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Inland Seas Education Association
POSTED 01/17/20

The shipboard educator/deckhand delivers education programming aboard our traditionally
rigged schooner, Inland Seas, for people of all ages and participates in ship operations. The
educator/deckhand is expected to learn how to teach our programs, as well as how to crew
aboard the Inland Seas. Position requires participation in DOT-approved drug testing program.

The 2020 season will include delivering programs, half-day and overnight, primarily around
Grand Traverse Bay, but also includes ports around the Straits of Mackinac and Detroit, MI.

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Inland Seas Education Association
POSTED 01/17/20

The shipboard educator/deckhand delivers education programming aboard our traditionally
rigged schooner, Inland Seas, for people of all ages and participates in ship operations. The
educator/deckhand is expected to learn how to teach our programs, as well as how to crew
aboard the Inland Seas. Position requires participation in DOT-approved drug testing program.

The 2020 season will include delivering programs, half-day and overnight, primarily around
Grand Traverse Bay, but also includes ports around the Straits of Mackinac and Detroit, MI.

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Inland Seas Education Association
POSTED 01/17/20

The shipboard educator/deckhand delivers education programming aboard our traditionally
rigged schooner, Inland Seas, for people of all ages and participates in ship operations. The
educator/deckhand is expected to learn how to teach our programs, as well as how to crew
aboard the Inland Seas. Position requires participation in DOT-approved drug testing program.

The 2020 season will include delivering programs, half-day and overnight, primarily around
Grand Traverse Bay, but also includes ports around the Straits of Mackinac and Detroit, MI.

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Inland Seas Education Association
POSTED 01/17/20

The shipboard science education intern delivers educational programming on shore and
aboard our traditionally rigged schooners for people of all ages. The intern helps develop ISEA
programming, completes tasks that support the education activities of ISEA, and participates in
ship operations as needed.

The 2020 season will include delivering programs primarily based out of Suttons Bay and
Traverse City, MI with a few summer programs to be delivered in Charlevoix, Detroit, and
Hessel, MI.

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Planned Parenthood of Michigan
POSTED 01/17/20

Under limited supervision, uses intermediate skills obtained through experience and training to develop, implement and evaluate education and outreach programs within a specified service area. Provides reproductive and sexual health education programs to youth, parents, community groups, professionals and schools in support of Planned Parenthood of Michigan’s (PPMI) objective of providing medically-accurate sexuality education and health care services.

Work Schedule:
Rotating work schedule including nights & weekends
Travel May Be Required: Up to 40% travel within the State of Michigan. Out of state/overnight travel 1 – 2 times/year
30 Hours per week

Planned Parenthood of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workplace.

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Housing North
POSTED 01/17/20

Housing North is seeking an Executive Director. This is a professional position involving the organizational support for Housing North and implementation of its work plan. This individual will report to the Housing North Board of Directors. The Executive Director leads all efforts to achieve the organizational vision and guide the implementation of key strategic priorities as established through recent internal planning efforts, as follows:

• Build awareness about housing solutions.

• Advocate for policies that support housing solutions.

• Build capacity and resources for housing solutions.

• Create a sustainable organization.

This is a full-time position and is likely to include evening meetings and travel throughout the region/state. Applications will be accepted until Monday, February 10, 2020.

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Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc.
POSTED 01/14/20

Therapist to provide advocacy and counseling for survivors of sexual assault, domestic abuse and child abuse; and forensic interviews for child victims of abuse. Must possess an MSW and licensure. Full time position with benefits at well-respected nonprofit serving five northern Michigan counties. Apply with letter and resume to Angie Linsenman, Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770. EOE

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Michigan Legacy Art Park
POSTED 01/14/20

The nonprofit Michigan Legacy Art Park (MLAP) is totally unique among public art projects and spaces in our state. Created by a passionate group of artists and community volunteers in 1995, MLAP now hosts tens of thousands of visitors and students each season to a 30-acre outdoor experience that celebrates our state’s history, culture and environment through the fascinating medium of sculpture. Working independently with the general supervision of the Executive Director and Board of Directors, the new Managing Director of the Art Park will be responsible for operational administration, fundraising support, marketing and communications, volunteer recruitment, and event and program management. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred but not required. Salary range $35,000 -- $42,000, commensurate with experience, and competitive benefits.

Send a brief cover letter outlining your interest in the position along with your current resume to Joseph Beyer at: director@michlegacyartpark.org (we are less interested in a summary of your career and more interested in WHY this opportunity excites you and HOW you think your personality might meet our needs).

Applications will be accepted through Friday February 14, 2020. Candidates selected for interviews may be asked to provide references and consent to criminal background check and citizenship verification.
 

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Housing North
POSTED 01/02/20

Housing North, in collaboration with the Little Traverse Bay Housing Partnership, seeks to contract a Housing Ready Program Coordinator to unlock market-driven solutions to make workforce housing affordable for all in Emmet County. The Program Coordinator will serve as a catalyst and principal point of contact within the community for information, tools, and resources for initiatives to effectively address affordable housing shortages in Emmet County.

Individuals interested in this position should email a resume and cover letter to
sarah@housingnorth.org by Friday, January 31, 2020. Cover letter should include
explanation of professional experience working to increase the availability of workforce
affordable housing units in a community. All are welcomed and encouraged to apply.
The position will remain opened until it is filled.

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TART Trails
POSTED 12/18/19

The TART Trails team is seeking a dynamic, hardworking and enthusiastic individual passionate about trails and active transportation, who is open to learning, to serve as an intern. This internship will focus on communications, outreach and marketing, and also assist with events and special projects.

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Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities
POSTED 12/18/19

Groundwork is seeking a part-time bookkeeper to join the finance team. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, committed to accuracy, and experienced in QuickBooks and Excel. A great team player who can support our innovative, community-based programs with timely information and work independently will be successful in this job. The position is part-time, year-round, and will report to the Deputy Director.

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Michigan College Access Network
POSTED 12/11/19

The Michigan College Access Network is seeking candidates for five open positions located in the Lansing office. Click on the job titles below to view complete position descriptions:

Position descriptions also can be obtained via the MCAN Job Board. To read a summary of the positions available, download the one-page flyer. Please share widely! MCAN will review applications beginning Jan. 13.

Questions?
For additional information, contact Director of Operations Vicky Wright by sending an email to vicky@micollegeaccess.org.

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Paddle Antrim
POSTED 12/06/19

Paddle Antrim is currently looking to hire a part-time Communication & Outreach Specialist.

The Communications & Outreach Specialist assists Paddle Antrim with its mission and impact by providing administrative and program support. This position provides will lead the communications/marketing and volunteer program, as well as assist with other administrative tasks. The ideal candidate will be passionate about Paddle Antrim’s mission and have prior experience working independently in a similar type role. Experience with a non-profit, strong communications/design skills and experience managing volunteers and planning events are preferred.

Position: Part-time, at-will, FLSA non-exempt
Hourly Rate: $15-18/hour, depending upon relevant experience
Hours: 20 hours/week, Monday –Friday generally between 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Some weeknight and weekend work required for events
Reports to: Executive Director (or designee)
Supervises: None
Works with: Executive Director, volunteers, community members, board of directors, event and program participants, local media, and the general public

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Deana Jerdee, Executive Director, at deana@paddleantrim.com. Applications will be accepted through January 1, 2020.

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