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Rotary Charities is committed to connecting nonprofits to the resources and talented staff they need to be successful.

Nonprofits throughout Michigan post jobs here, making our jobs board a great place for changemakers to look for their next big career opportunity. 

Networks Northwest
POSTED 07/28/21

Northwest Michigan Works! is looking for a professional to work for our Jobs for Michigan's Graduates (JMG) program in Charlevoix and Emmet counties as a JMG Specialist. Your role will entail interacting, coaching, and mentoring a diverse population of high school students. You will be helping students overcome multiple barriers on their way to graduating high school and becoming productive citizens.

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Planned Parenthood of Michigan
POSTED 07/16/21

Planned Parenthood of Michigan is looking for a Civic Engagement Coordinator who can successfully integrate
voter education and engagement around Democracy issues into our broader advocacy and organizing programs.
The Civic Engagement Coordinator will collaborate directly with the PPAM Program Manager to secure voting
access for all, via education and outreach opportunities, support creating fair legislative maps, protect and increase
access to voting, and stop the corrupting influence of big money in politics. The Civic Engagement Coordinator will
work to ensure that community members are not only engaged in the voting process, but with wider civic
engagement initiatives as well.

Must reside in Michigan
This position will work remotely
Annual Salary Range $40,000 - 42,000

We value a truly diverse workforce and a culture of inclusivity and belonging. Our goal is to attract qualified candidates and encourage applications from all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. We're committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.

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Planned Parenthood of Michigan
POSTED 07/16/21

Vice President of Education & Outreach
ANN ARBOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE /EDUCATION-COMMUNITY OUTREACH /FULL TIME
Reporting directly to the President/CEO the VP of Education & Outreach is responsible for developing, implementing, overseeing, and evaluating a cohesive and collaborative statewide strategy for education and outreach. This leader contributes to the cultivation of funding sources, builds and maintains community, state and national partnerships, and is responsible for all projects, programming, and capacity-building efforts of the department. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team, the VP of Education & Outreach will fully embody a commitment to race equity; evidenced in all interactions with PPMI colleagues, external stakeholders, and in their supervision of team members.


Salary & Work Options
Starting salary range $113,000 annually.
This position has the flexibility to work remotely.


We value a truly diverse workforce and a culture of inclusivity and belonging. Our goal is to attract qualified candidates and encourage applications from all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. We're committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.

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Planned Parenthood of Michigan
POSTED 07/16/21

Job Summary:
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:

30 hours per week
Rotating work schedule including nights & weekends
Travel May Be Required
Annual Salary $32,000.00

We value a truly diverse workforce and a culture of inclusivity and belonging. Our goal is to attract qualified candidates and encourage applications from all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. We're committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.

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CEDAM
POSTED 07/14/21

CEDAM is hiring motivated individuals to join them as fellows for the 2021-22 program year. They're excited to partner with 10 communities that will be hosting fellows to work for a 15-month placement: Hancock, Kalkaska, Cheboygan, Big Rapids, Bridgeport Charter Township, Flint, Lansing, Coldwater, Tecumseh, and Ferndale. 

Fellows will serve in these communities and make a direct impact by adding needed capacity, ultimately improving residents’ quality of life. In the past, they’ve taken on projects from assessing housing and redevelopment sites, to developing marketing plans, to working on zoning initiatives. Fellows also receive professional development training and networking opportunities, and many often go on to pursue careers in public policy, local government, and nonprofits after this experience. 

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Michigan Crossroads Council, Boy Scouts of America
POSTED 07/14/21

Since 1910, Scouting has helped mold the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes and understands that helping youth puts us on a path towards a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society. Additionally, the BSA is committed to ensure that all young people have the opportunity to join scouting by proving service to rural and urban areas as well as low income and at-risk youth through our Scout Reach programs.

Today's professional Scouters are a diverse group of men and women that enjoy independence, achievement, and stability. This is work that makes a difference, work that calls one to continual learning and challenge, work that offers solid compensation, benefits, and advancement.

The District Executive selected will

  • Recruit, train, and foster a district volunteer board to lead district operations
  • Through the district volunteer board, work towards achieving goals in camping, fundraising, membership, product sales, and program development
  • Provide quality service through timely communication, regular meetings, training events, and activities
  • Be responsible for extending programs to religious, civic, fraternal, educational, and other community-based organizations.
  • Be a good role model and recognize the importance of working relationships with other professionals and volunteers. The executive must have communication skills and be able to explain the program’s goals and objectives to the public.
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Networks Northwest
POSTED 07/14/21

Networks Northwest is seeking a dynamic individual to join our Offender Success team as a Resource Specialist. This rewarding position will work directly with formerly incarcerated individuals and provide one-on-one case coordination services, primarily related to job placement and housing stability. The Resource Specialist will assist recently paroled individuals with navigating and accessing community-based supports, as well as provide employment specific, job placement and housing case management services.

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POSTED 07/12/21

Discovery Center Great Lakes is experiencing an encouraging level of growth at this time and therefore, the volume and variety of work will be challenging and must be met with enthusiasm, professionalism, and flexibility. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and possess the ability to anticipate what needs to be done and seek out ways to assist and lead. The individual should be willing to assist with new projects
and opportunities as they arise; and, have good judgment in setting priorities to effectively manage between a broad range of duties. 

This position will provide key leadership to the Discovery Center & Pier through the administration and coordination of the organization’s fund development program and its public and partner programming. This position will also provide administrative and operating support to the CEO.

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Grand Traverse Conservation District
POSTED 07/12/21

BACKGROUND:
The Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network is a cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) serving Grand Traverse, Benzie, Leelanau and Manistee counties. ISN cooperates and collaborates with nation-wide, state-wide, and other regional efforts, including other CISMAs through the Michigan Invasive Species Coalition. ISN’s mission: “Protecting, enhancing, and promoting northwest Michigan’s natural communities through terrestrial invasive plant management and outreach”.

POSITION SUMMARY:
The ISN Coordinator manages and directs the activities of the Invasive Species Network Team. They are responsible for: overseeing development and implementation of the Team’s budgets and annual work plans; building and leading their team in daily activities and evaluating its performance and the performance of its members; developing and facilitating a collaborative network of private and public partners to maintain and grow a regional strategy for invasive species management; working with the Education Team to maximize educational and community engagement opportunities through the Program; grant writing and management; working with staff to implement grants and contracts, and collaborating with partners. Involvement in various committees at the regional and state level as appropriate. This is a multi-year grant-funded position slated for renewal in Spring 2022.
 

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Oasis Family Resource Center
POSTED 07/07/21

Oasis Family Resource Center is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to lead the organization into the next stage of growth. The ED will have strategic and operational responsibility for OASIS’ staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ideal candidate will be a natural connector with excellent listening, communication and relationship-building skills, able to aggregate talent and allies and build bridges between people from different communities, sectors and backgrounds. They will demonstrate a keen awareness of the needs and strengths of people and the versatility to read and respond to a changing environment and diverse perspectives, all from a social justice, intersectional framework of working with survivors. They will be survivor-centered and trauma-informed. Masters Degree required with at least 5 years of successful senior management experience. To apply, please send: a cover letter summarizing your qualifications and what makes you excited about the position and a resume to: hiring@cadillacoasis-frc.org.

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TSNE
POSTED 07/07/21

As part of the Executive Team, the Chief Program and Impact Officer (CPIO) is a new role responsible for the day-to-day management of TSNE’s diverse portfolio of services and is a key member of the senior leadership team. The CPIO will be a collaborative partner to the CEO and CFO, the senior leadership team and the board, and will help drive TSNE’s overall impact through effective management and assessment of TSNE’s programs to ensure that the organizational mission is fully realized through measurable results and outcomes.  This individual will bring both the subject matter and change-management expertise necessary to ensure that TSNE continues to respond effectively and efficiently to the diverse needs of its clients, building on its reputation as a best-in-class nonprofit fiscal sponsor and professional services provider.  

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Michigan Health Endowment Fund
POSTED 07/07/21

The Michigan Health Endowment Fund (Health Fund) is seeking a Chief Executive Officer. The Health Fund was established with the passage of Public Act 4 of 2013, which required Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan to provide up to $1.56 billion over 18 years to a health endowment fund that benefits Michigan residents. The Health Fund’s next CEO will lead a dynamic, dedicated board and staff as the organization continues its path from a new foundation to an established leader in Michigan philanthropy. In pursuit of this goal, the next CEO will have the opportunity to help refine strategies for grantmaking, thought leadership, policy, communications and evaluation. They will play a key role in building partnerships across sectors, issue areas, geographic boundaries and levels of influence to help promote a healthier Michigan.

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Housing North
POSTED 07/01/21

Housing North, in collaboration with the Little Traverse Bay Housing Partnership, seeks an individual to lead a Housing Ready Program in Emmet County, Michigan. The primary objective of this position is to unlock market-driven solutions to create housing opportunities for today’s workforce in Emmet County. The individual selected for this position will be 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.

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Rotary Charities of Traverse City
POSTED 07/01/21

The Director of Community Development is responsible for leading Rotary Charities’ role in community asset development and nonprofit capacity building by directing two of our vital program areas—Assets for Thriving Communities grant program and our Learning & Coaching services. The role manages the overall programs and contributes to their development by learning from local changemakers and emerging practices, making connections to resources, and shaping our programs to be responsive to community needs. The Director will also develop the engagement and management strategy for consultants who support this work. The role includes convening and sitting at appropriate tables for the work and connecting applicants and communities with other foundations, and state and federal resources to help implement projects that align with their priorities.

 

Our organizational culture centers on trusting relationships, humble learning, and leveraging all forms of our capital. We strive to embody these principles in all we do and help support others in doing the same. Rotary Charities offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes:

  • Medical, vision, dental healthcare benefits and Flex Spending Account

  • Employer 401k contribution of 6% gross salary

  • Giving match to local nonprofit of $250/year 

  • Generous paid-time-off policy

  • Professional development and coaching

  • Optional Rotary Club of Traverse City membership

 

This position is based in Traverse City, MI. Our staff is currently working from home, with at least weekly in-person staff meetings. In-person grantee meetings are expected to resume this fall.  We plan on re-opening an office in late 2021, and staff will resume working in-person with some remote work allowed.

Candidates interested in applying should email their resume and cover letter to hiring@rotarycharities.org. Applications will be accepted through July 23, 2021.

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Rotary Charities of Traverse City
POSTED 06/30/21

The Programs Associate is responsible for supporting the implementation of and learning around Rotary Charities’ three strategies: Funding, Learning & Coaching, and Connecting. Under the supervision of the CEO and supported by the Director of Systems Change and Learning, the Programs Associate assists in implementing and managing internal practices for our grantmaking and capacity building programs, and serves as the primary administrator for the Foundation’s core databases. They will act as the coordinator to optimize program practices and learning opportunities. The Programs Associate is also responsible for supporting grantmaking functions, including pre-grant, review and close-out processes. 

Our organizational culture centers on trusting relationships, humble learning, and leveraging all forms of our capital. We strive to embody these principles in all we do and help support others in doing the same. Rotary Charities offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes:

  • Medical, vision, dental healthcare benefits and Flex Spending Account

  • Employer 401k contribution of 6% gross salary

  • Giving match to local nonprofit of $250/year 

  • Generous paid-time-off policy

  • Professional development and coaching

  • Optional Rotary Club of Traverse City membership

This position is based in Traverse City, MI. Our staff is currently working from home, with at least weekly in-person staff meetings. In-person grantee meetings are expected to resume this fall.  We plan on re-opening an office in late 2021, and staff will resume working in-person with some remote work allowed.

Candidates interested in applying should email their resume and cover letter to hiring@rotarycharities.org. Applications will be accepted through July 23, 2021.

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Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency, Inc.
POSTED 06/29/21

Join the Homeownership and Financial Empowerment Center Team. This position will be responsible for social media, website, public service announcements, graphic design, and public presentations. Coordinating the brand name of the Homeownership and Financial Empowerment with team members and increasing the awareness of the awesome products this housing counseling program has to offer.
Looking for BA/BS in Marketing or similar degree. Experience preferred. Portfolio required. Please apply by 07/10/2021. Apply on line at www.nmcaa.net

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TART Trails, Inc
POSTED 06/26/21

TART Trails is looking to grow our team and support more connected communities by hiring a Trail Planner. The Trail Planner is responsible for the development and management of trail planning and maintenance efforts as well as the cultivation and support of partnerships that promote non-motorized recreation and transportation efforts across the TART Trails’ network. We are looking for someone who works well with all kinds of people and knows the benefits of patience and perseverance. To advance TART’s mission and vision, the Planner will need to cultivate and maintain strong relationships with community partners, landowners and volunteers. 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 Trail Planner reports to the Executive Director.

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Northwest Michigan Supportive Housing
POSTED 06/25/21

The Housing Based Case Manager will administer the housing support services for tenants enrolled in programming through Northwest Michigan Supportive Housing.

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POSTED 06/25/21

Provide capacity building services to nonprofit clients which includes teaching workshops, coaching, facilitating strategic conversations, supporting the advancement of diversity, inclusion and equity, and providing deep, ongoing progressive support.

 

Nonprofit Network organizational values integrated into all practices:

  • Diversity and Inclusion: Nonprofit Network strives to be a model of inclusion. We engage all people with dignity and respect. We believe that bringing diverse individuals together is essential to effectively address the issues that face current and perspective partners.
  • Integrity: Nonprofit Network respects ethical principles, moral character, honest, and transparency. We believe integrity increases public confidence and trust. We lead by example. We demonstrate the practices we teach.
  • Respect: Nonprofit Network listens deeply to what each person has to say and provides opportunities for diverse people to talk and influence each other. We believe we have a mutual positive impact on each other.
  • Continuous Learning: Nonprofit Network honors the path from novice to expert performance. We learn from our experiences and shape our services accordingly. We envision our potential. We seek constant expansion of skills and mind-sets through continues learning
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Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy
POSTED 06/22/21

This is a dynamic position on the Conservancy’s Fund Development Team. The Specialist will raise funds to support nearly every aspect of the Conservancy’s mission through the development and coordination of the annual giving and grants programs. The Specialist will be responsible for writing creative appeal letters, complex grant proposals and engaging thank yous and updates for our supporters. The Specialist will frequently utilize SalesForce to run reports and analyze data. 

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Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology
POSTED 06/16/21

We are looking for someone with skills in both project management and fundraising, able to dive deep into our largest and most complex projects and move them forward. Such a person will be adept at communicating well with those that support our mission (from our year-end donors to local family foundations and federal grant makers), as well as with local officials, and will be unafraid of making “the ask.” Most importantly, we are looking for someone with the skills to chart a path through the labyrinth: to organize information, tasks, messages, timelines, resources, and stakeholders, in pursuit of a few key projects, including Hatchquarters: our most audacious (and engaging) goal.
Interested in development work but inexperienced? We’ll invest in formal fundraising training for an applicant who shines brightly otherwise. You should be highly self-motivated, but know that this work will be strongly supported by the co-directors and program staff.

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Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology
POSTED 06/16/21

We have so much to say, and until now, so little capacity to say it. This position changes that. Our first full-time communications director will develop and implement a full-spectrum communications plan, including written, visual and audio content of all kinds. You, ideal candidate, are a gifted writer, able to shift voices depending on your audience, to move from rough ideas to finished content quickly, to speak from the Crosshatch perspective, and to help other team members shape their ideas into compelling prose. You also have a talent for marketing, able to develop strategies for using our limited time and resources to connect to our true fans both locally and around the world. Add to that some solid technical capacity around multi-media production, and an ability to step in front of the camera or microphone with poise, and you’re the person we’ve been waiting for.

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