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If you'd like to post a northwest Michigan nonprofit job, VISTA, or internship opportunity on the NorthSky website, please send a 200-word (or less) posting with closing date to firstname.lastname@example.org.
scsep project director, aarp
Directly and solely responsible for the administration and operation of the Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP) site activities at the local level. Provides leadership and supervision to project office staff in daily activities including interviewing applicants, enrollment, orientation, by-weekly payroll for an average of 120 participants, assessment, recruiting host agencies, overseeing placement of participants in appropriate jobs, training staff, and monitoring an average of 50 host agencies to ensure their adherence to program training, supervision and safety rules. Maintains compliance with federal regulations, grant requirements and program policies and procedures. Manages site operations effectively and efficiently. Coordinates with the media, host agencies and community organizers and leaders to promote the program in the local community. Executes responsibilities on an independent basis because in most cases the position is an individual of one in the local community that is geographically separated from the Area Manager and National Office.
Consultant, public sector consultants
The consultant will serve as a grant manager for the Great Lakes Fishery Trust (a multimillion-dollar charitable foundation managed by PSC), assist with daily operations, and provide grant management services. In addition, the consultant will conduct research for the firm and its clients, assist in developing proposals, and write reports. Read more here
EVALUATION CONSULTANT, PUBLIC SECTOR CONSULTANTS
The consultant will conduct research for the firm and its clients, assist in developing proposals, and write reports related to evaluation of local, state, and national policies and programs. The evaluation team provides expertise in evaluation methods, design, and execution to the health and human services, energy and environment, talent and economics, and education teams at PSC. Read more here
DIGITAL STRATEGIST, PUBLIC SECTOR CONSULTANTS
The digital strategist is responsible for researching, analyzing, writing, proposing, and implementing plans that result in an exceptional digital presence for the firm and its clients. This work takes place across many content disciplines housed within a dynamic, collegial, and growing marketing and communications practice. Read more here
DEPUTY PROJECT MANAGER, PUBLIC SECTOR CONSULTANTS
The deputy project manager works closely with the program director and program assistants in support of a large online system for the State of Michigan. Read more here
DOCUMENT FORMATTING SPECIALIST, PUBLIC SECTOR CONSULTANTS
The document formatting specialist is responsible for formatting documents according to PSC standards, and branding as well as performing quality assurance checks to produce high-quality project deliverables. Read more here
parkland technician, grand traverse conservation district
The Grand Traverse Conservation District is hiring a full-time, Parkland Technician to assist with the management of over 3,000 acres of public parklands located throughout Grand Traverse County. Management responsibilities for the position include trail system and infrastructure construction projects, volunteer coordination and engagement, and assisting with habitat restoration projects.
For more information, or to apply, visit the Employment Page at www.NatureIsCalling.org.
INTERNSHIP & vista OPPORTUNITIeS
PAID INTERNSHIP, TART TRAILS
TART Trails is looking for an intern to help with events, outreach and programs. We are looking for a dynamic, hardworking and enthusiastic individual passionate about trails and active transportation, open to learning and excited to join the TART team.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
· Assist with events, projects and programs (Tails to Trails, Smart Commute, Ambassador Program, fundraisers, etc.)
· Assist with social media
· Communication with sponsors/donors/volunteers
· Assist with developing marketing and promotional materials, graphics and video
· Office clerical work
· Represent TART Trails at events
· Support work on a trail impact study
· Help with invasive species removal project
· Grant writing
· FAM tours with media and journalists from out of state
· Trail Surveys
TART Trails office
148 E Front St, Suite 201
Traverse City, MI 49684
DETAILS OF INTERNSHIP:
This internship opportunity is from January 2018 through May 2018 and will be 30-40 hours per week with occasional evening and weekend hours. Pay is $11/hr.
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES TO: Brian Beauchamp, TART Trails’ Program & Outreach Director, email@example.com
The deadline for submittal is Friday, December 15, 2017.