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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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Traverse Bay Children's AdvocacyCenter
POSTED 06/14/21

The Traverse Bay Children’s Advocacy Center (TBCAC) seeks a full-time Intervention Specialist to join its
team. The Intervention Specialist position provides a combination and forensic interviewing and
advocacy services to assist multidisciplinary team partners (MDT) in responding to allegations of child
sexual abuse, physical abuse, and witness to violence. This position conducts evidentiary interviews for
alleged child victims at the request of law enforcement and/or child protective services. In addition, this
position provides crisis assessment and intervention, risk assessment and safety planning, advocacy, and
support for children and non-offending family members at all stages of involvement with the TBCAC.
This position reports directly to the TBCAC Program Director and is eligible for health and dental
insurance, participation in a simple IRA, paid holidays and earned time-off.

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Norte
POSTED 06/08/21

Norte is seeking a Systems and Communications Coordinator to join Team Orange. The ideal candidate will be passionate about happy, healthy, strong communities and active-for-life kids. 

The Norte Systems and Communications Coordinator supports a range of administration and communication activities to help further Norte’s mission. This position requires a genuine enthusiasm for Norte’s work and a passion for helping build happy, healthy, strong communities.

Strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential to interact and strengthen relationships inside and outside the organization effectively.

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Leadership Learning Community
POSTED 06/02/21

The Leadership Learning Community Advisory Board seeks a Co-Executive Director to join the current Co-Executive Director. The current
Co-Executive Director and Board want to deepen LLC’s learning about shared and distributed leadership because it is aligned with the organization’s commitment to promoting leadership that is equity-based, networked, and collective.

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Northwest Michigan Works!
POSTED 06/01/21

Northwest Michigan Works! is seeking a dynamic and motivated professional to fulfill the role of Business Services Representative (BSR). Competitive candidates will have successful experience working in business-to-business environments, building and maintaining professional relationships, and effectively connecting customers to available resources.

As a Northwest Michigan Works! Business Services Representative, you will work to increase overall awareness of advanced manufacturing across the 10-county region of Northwest Lower Michigan and conduct business outreach to assess an employer's workforce training, education, and hiring needs The BSR will develop and maintain collaborative relationships with manufacturing industry associations, educators, and businesses and assist manufacturers by increasing their access to and utilization of advanced manufacturing principles, practices, and partnerships.

This is a full-time salaried position paying $40,000 per year located in Traverse City, MI. The employee is entitled to the Northwest Michigan Works! fringe benefits package that includes: Comprehensive health, dental and vision insurance with employer paid premiums; life insurance; employer paid deferred compensation retirement package; paid vacation, paid sick leave, and paid holidays; use of a company vehicle, cell phone, and computer.

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Northwest Michigan Works!
POSTED 06/01/21

The Service Center Manager will ensure team members adhere to the highest customer service standards to achieve program goals, collaborate with community partners, communicate with other teams and managers to ensure services are delivered appropriately, and monitor, develop and lead high functioning teams as they implement customer focused employment activities and programs.

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Northwest Michigan Works!
POSTED 06/01/21

The PATH Career Advisor will assess/evaluate the customer's work, education, and training background and develop a plan so they are more equipped to achieve their employment goals. They will also monitor customer participation and provide career related resources and workshops.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Michigan
POSTED 06/01/21

The Mentoring Specialist provides leadership and guidance to volunteer mentors, parents and youth ages six through adolescence to help empower and inspire them to reach their full, inherent potential.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Michigan
POSTED 05/27/21

Bigs is looking for individuals who thrive in a growing organization dedicated to positively impacting youth through high quality mentoring relationships. The Recruitment and Enrollment Specialist will maintain a consistent presence in the 5-county service area on behalf of Bigs for the purpose of cultivating, managing and sustaining partnerships with community organizations. This position will engage potential volunteers and steward them to the point of application and provide a high level of customer service throughout the enrollment process. The candidate must be a skilled presenter; with a strong ability to share Bigs’ mission, and motivate individuals to take action by becoming volunteers. The candidate must be goal driven, organized, and possess great attention to detail and follow-through.

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Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
POSTED 05/26/21

The AFC Program Officer (PO) will co-manage the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation’s efforts addressing freshwater conservation and access to clean drinking water in the Great Lakes basin. The Foundation’s grantmaking under this program area emphasizes strengthening environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to the long-term protection of freshwater resources and influencing the design and implementation of related public policies. In addition, in the wake of the Flint water crisis, the freshwater program area has become more focused on ensuring that clean and affordable drinking water is available to all people throughout the region. This has led us to expand support to organizations serving low-income and historically disadvantaged communities. The individual filling this position will work with a colleague in the freshwater program and be part of the eight-person Environment program team. This is a full-time position located in Flint, MI and will require frequent travel, mostly regional.

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Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
POSTED 05/26/21

The new Program Officer (PO) within the ACCS program area will manage the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation’s efforts addressing clean energy access in Africa and globally. Currently, most of the related grantmaking is focused in Tanzania where the Foundation seeks to create the conditions necessary for the private sector to develop mini-grids powered by distributed renewable energy, typically solar, for productive economic uses in remote “last-mile” communities. We aim to establish an “ecosystem” of actors—entrepreneurs, technical training schools, local financial institutions, and others—that will accelerate and deepen the uptake of distributed renewables in Tanzania, thus demonstrating the benefit of such an approach globally.

On a parallel and reinforcing track, the PO also will manage grants to organizations working at the global level to advance progress on universal access to sustainable energy (i.e., Sustainable Development Goal 7). Additionally, in 2022 the PO will oversee an evaluation of the grantmaking in Tanzania, leading to potential refinements in strategy beginning in 2023. The individual filling this position will work with consultants that know Tanzania well and be part of the eight-person Environment program team at the Foundation. This is a full-time position located in Flint, MI which will require frequent travel.

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Grand Traverse Conservation District
POSTED 05/13/21

Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program
(MAEAP) Technician

POSITION SUMMARY:
The MAEAP Technician furthers the mission of the Grand Traverse Conservation District through the administration of the Michigan Agricultural Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP). The MAEAP Technician is responsible for delivering on-farm technical assistance in Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, and Leelanau Counties. This includes conducting farm-specific risk assessments; coordinating local, state, and federal agency resources to help farmers reduce environmental risks; and assisting farmers in making progress toward MAEAP verification. The ideal candidate will have experience with agriculture and agricultural professionals and familiarity with best practices. The MAEAP Technician is also responsible for collaborating with Conservation District staff to promote MAEAP and educate diverse audiences on the importance of sustainable agriculture in the Grand Traverse region.

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Goodwill Northern Michigan
POSTED 05/07/21

Goodwill Northern Michigan seeks someone to oversee the operations of the Goodwill Inn, a 24 hr emergency shelter. Position is Full Time with Medical, dental, vision, paid time off, company holidays, 401(k), employee assistance program and employee discount.

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Crooked Tree Arts Center - Traverse City
POSTED 05/06/21

As a Guest Experience Associate at Crooked Tree Arts Center - Traverse City, you’ll be the friendly face of a creative, inspiring, community-based arts organization. Our front desk will be your domain as you warmly welcome CTAC friends old and new, efficiently and accurately process transactions, and assist with arts programming and administrative tasks. Part-time, hourly position starting at $15/hour.

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Crooked Tree Arts Center - Traverse City
POSTED 05/06/21

As the Program Assistant at Crooked Tree Arts Center - Traverse City, you’ll be an integral part of a creative, inspiring, community-based arts organization that has served Northern Michigan for over 50 years. The Program Assistant supports visual arts exhibitions, education program, art fairs, and art retail operations. Part-time, hourly position, starting at $16-18/hour.

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Michigan College Access Network
POSTED 05/06/21

Looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of high school students? Are you a recent graduate (2018 or later)? Consider becoming an AdviseMI College Advisor. You will work alongside high school counselors, principals and other school professionals, supporting students as they complete the college-going steps and make the transition from high school to a postsecondary education institution. You will provide direct student support as students and their families explore the benefits of a postsecondary education, preparing for college attendance, and the admission and financial aid processes. No advising experience required. You will be trained and supported by the best in the business – the Michigan College Access Network!

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Michigan Legacy Art Park
POSTED 04/30/21

Working independently with the general supervision of the Board of Directors, the new executive director of the Art Park will be responsible for operational administration, marketing and communications, volunteer recruitment, fundraising and event and program management. Salary range $55,000 -- $65,000, with benefits to commensurate with experience. Full-Time Exempt Employee Status (Average 40 Hours Weekly/No Overtime). Send a brief cover letter outlining your interest in the position along with your current resume to manager@michlegacyartpark.org with “Executive Director Search” in the subject line. (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 for this position will be accepted through Friday, June 18, 2021.

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Inland Seas Education Association
POSTED 04/23/21

Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) seeks an individual to fill the full-time role of
Education Coordinator. This individual has the leadership responsibility for the development,
implementation and oversight of the Great Lakes education programs of the ISEA. The
Education Coordinator will be responsible for aligning shipboard and shoreside programming
with Michigan curriculum standards. The position requires curriculum development, direct
teaching, instructional observation, and training for staff and volunteer instructors to ensure
instructional fidelity. This position will also establish and maintain strong working relationships
with K-12 educators. This position offers a competitive salary with health benefits, retirement
contribution, and paid time off.

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Presbyterian Church of Traverse City
POSTED 04/23/21

Presbyterian Church of Traverse City looking for a loving, self-directed leader for our part-time (25 hrs/week) Director of Children & Youth Ministries position.

Summary of job responsibilities:
Develop and plan the curriculum for Youth and Children’s Ministries educational programs and activities including, but not limited to, Sunday School, Wednesday Night activities, Vacation Bible School (VBS), Youth Fundraisers, Youth Trips, Block Party, etc. Communicate and maintain regular interaction with the youth and families of youth and children.

Please send letter of interest along with resume.

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