Job Posting: HEP Program Manager

HEP Program Manager

Position Summary

The program manager effectively and efficiently operates MSU HEP and its services to MSU HEP students, including its residential and satellite projects. The program manager coordinates, implements, oversees and develops MSU HEP and supervises full-time and part-time staff. Assures all aspects of HEP operations function so as to meet specific objectives relative to numbers of participants served and numbers of those earning their GEDs. Additionally, coordinates and oversees career advising and placement of students upon exiting.  This is a full-time position with standard 8-5 p.m. workdays and probable evening and weekend hours necessary.  This position reports to the MSU HEP Director (Director of MSU Migrant Student Services). This is a salaried, off-date position funded through 6/30/2024.

      • Hires and supervises instructors, recruitment coordinator and variety of support staff
      • Assures quality student records regarding eligibility and admittance, academic performance, and career placement
      • Arranges and assures effective instruction, i.e., personnel, space, technology, other tools for GED subject areas (Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies, and Science) in Spanish and English
      • Directs Lead Instructor in developing GED subjects’ curricula and supervising other instructional staff
      • Directs Recruitment/Outreach Coordinator in best practices for identification, assessment and admittance of students
      • Assures that cultural and academic enrichment activities are taking place
      • Schedules and manages regular HEP faculty and staff meetings
      • Assists in assuring that program goals and objectives are being met
      • Performs any other duties as assigned by the HEP Director/Migrant Student Services Director

Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills

Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing one or two years of post-bachelor degree work, such as a master’s in administration or a behavioral science field; one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in administration, program development and personal development and training; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Written and verbal fluency in English and Spanish is required. Possession of a valid driver’s license.

Desired Qualifications

Completion of a master’s degree in social science, education, business, or related field, as well as two years of experience in classroom instruction is strongly preferred for this position; one to three years of related and progressively more responsible work experience in staff management; budget oversight and management of federally funded programs including operating GED or high school completion programs; experience working with migrant populations; experience in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, calendaring and web-page software.

For more information visit the MSU Job Postings Website.

Job Posting – Director of Community Assets

 

 

 

 

Position Opening: Director of Community Assets

Company Background & Culture

For over 50 years, Rotary Charities has been one of the the leading Grantmakers in the Grand Traverse Region.  Our endowment has enabled RC to make annual grants totaling over $1.5 million annually. Since our inception, we have made nearly $60 million in grants to our 5-county region.

In the past three years, our grantmaking has evolved to include systems-based grantmaking, impact investing and capacity building strategies, that support our new approach. We are moving from a transactional focus to one that encompasses all the additional roles we play; connector/convener, capacity builder/learner and funder/investor. Our focus is on systems thinking, adaptive leadership and community impact.

To to learn more about Rotary Charities click here.

Candidate Profile

We are searching for a candidate with experience affecting communities at a grass roots level, using outreach strategies that ensure broad community input and impact. The ideal candidate recognizes the continual work of understanding the unique nature of each community they serve and the challenges they face.  Key skills include the capacity to listen, clarify, collaborate and make connections to partners and resources.

Position Summary

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Community Assets is focused on the Foundation’s role in community development and capacity building. This includes convening and sitting at appropriate tables for the work, connecting applicants and communities with other foundations, and state and federal resources to help implement projects that align with their priorities.

Additionally, this position directs two of our vital program areas:

The Director of Community Assets manages these grants, contributes to the development of grantmaking, and helps design the strategy for $1.5 million in our Impact Investing funds.

For a full job description and instructions how to apply, click here.

Applications will be accepted until July 9, 2019.  All correspondence will be considered confidential.

Rotary Charities is an equal opportunity employer.

A Day Without Immigrants

Movimiento Cosecha
This year’s Dia Sin Inmigrantes march will begin at noon on THIS Wednesday, May 1 at Garfield Park. We encourage you to join us. Details here. You don’t have to be an immigrant or person of color to participate. The movement needs allies to use their privilege to advocate alongside the families whose lives are affected by this issue. If you are unable to attend the march, you can still help by providing food and supplies for those who are participating in the march, or donating to the national and/or local Cosecha work.

Job Posting: Honors College Admission Assistant Director Position

Position Summary

The Michigan State University Honors College (HC) invites applications for the position of Admissions Assistant Director.

The Honors College Admissions Assistant Director plans admissions activities including primary responsibility for the strategic planning and direction of high achieving student recruitment for MSU and the Honors College including on- and off-campus programs, marketing, research, and publications. Develops and implements recruitment plans; serves as a liaison with key university offices having admissions interests; and, as needed, directs the activities of other admissions staff and/or graduate and undergraduate students. Coordinates recruitment activities for the Honors College that support pre-college programs at MSU, assisting with aligning admissions activities of the college with University goals and objectives for student success.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assists in planning and directing admissions activities for high achieving prospective students.
  • Visits schools and makes presentations at information sessions and college fairs on and off campus and in and out of state; meets and counsels prospective students and their families about the Honors College and plans campus visits and outreach programs.
  • Facilitates presentations and outreach activities with pre-college groups; Collaborates with other units on campus to plan joint recruitment activities; Organizes alumni contacts with prospective students in collaboration with other HC staff.
  • Utilizes demographic information, historic enrollment trends, market forecasting and prospect data to develop and implement recruitment plans and strategies.
  • Leads and coordinates review of student records for Honors College eligibility in collaboration with other HC staff.
  • Serves on special admissions and scholarship committees including Office of Admissions Partners, Alumni Distinguished Scholarship Committee, and Mowbray Scholarship Selection Committee.
  • Oversees and/or coordinates honors housing placement as liaison with Residential/Housing Services.
  • Performs other professional duties as assigned by the dean and the assistant dean.

Standard office environment. The job requires moderate physical effort and involves standing, driving or sitting for extended periods and lifting and carrying materials up to 25% of the time. The position also requires some evening and weekend work commitments on and off campus especially during peak recruitment travel season for approximately six weeks in the fall and approximately four weeks in the spring.

Requires valid vehicle operator’s license to perform duties of the position.

University Required Education/Experience

The job requires knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing a four year college degree program; three to five years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in professional admissions work at a regionally accredited institution, including planning and implementing admissions programs, developing and implementing marketing and recruitment plans and strategies, and researching and analyzing admissions data; experience making formal presentations; and working with the public; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Desired Qualifications  

Master’s Degree in student affairs, higher education, or related field. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Familiarity with the needs of high achieving students and special populations within. Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Strong organizational skills. Student-centered approach which emphasizes holistic student development, inclusivity, and early outreach.

Work Hours:  Normal office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Requires some evening and weekend work commitments on and off campus.

Department website:  https://honorscollege.msu.edu/

Required Application Material

Resume or CV, cover letter and contact information for three (3) professional references. Include name, position, phone, email, and mailing address.

How to apply:  http://careers.msu.edu/cs/en-us/listing/  [Posting #571290]

If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Dr. Bess German at 517-355-2326.

(Bidding eligibility ends on 4/23/19 at 11:55 PM)

(External Posting Duration ends on 5/14/2019 at 11:55 PM Eastern Daylight Time)

Job Posting: Delta township Department Assistant

Position: Department Assistant
Department: Assessing
Salary Range: $40,974 – $49,168
Pay Grade: Full-time Grade 4
Date Posted: April 17, 2019
Deadline to Apply: May 10, 2019

The Manager’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Department Assistant in the Assessing
Department.

Under the supervision of the Assessing Director, the department assistant performs a variety of clerical and
administrative tasks to support the Assessing Department’s operations. This position responds to citizen
inquiries on the phone and at the counter, processes paperwork related to the Assessment Administration
function, maintains department files and records within the computerized database, and may perform
specialized administrative tasks related to the Assessor’s Office. This position requires public contact.

Progressive public relations and office experience skills are required. Knowledge of and proficiency with
computers is required. Minimum one year of general office experience is required. Additional training and
education acquired through a business college or a university is desired. The ability to obtain a MCAT
(Michigan Certified Assessment Technician) Certification from the Michigan State Tax Commission in the first
year is expected.

Benefits/Work Schedule:

  • Health, dental, life, and disability insurance provided; pension after six months of continuous full-time
    employment; option to participate in deferred compensation plan, health savings account, flexible
    spending account, and vision insurance.
  • Full-time position – primarily Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

How to apply: Please send cover letter and résumé to Linda Wells c/o Manager’s Office, Delta Township,
7710 W. Saginaw, Lansing, MI 48917. Résumé and cover letter may also be emailed to lwells@deltami.gov or
faxed to 517-327-1703.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Delta Township is an equal opportunity employer and is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse staff. Delta Township
strongly encourages applications from minorities and women. It is the policy of Delta Township not to discriminate against because of actual
or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, height, weight, marital status, physical or mental limitation, source of income,
familial status, sexual orientation, or gender identity/expression. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the
non-discrimination policies: Brian Reed, Township Manager, 7710 W. Saginaw Hwy., Lansing, MI 48917 (517) 323-8590.

Job Posting: Migrant Program Worker

Salary:  $1,504.80 – $2,112.00 Biweekly
Location:  Benton Harbor, MI
Job Type:  Seasonal
Department:  Human Services – Berrien County
Job Number:  4322-19-BERRIEN-079-FILL
Closing:  4/29/2019 11:00 PM Eastern
Bargaining Unit:  UNITED AUTO WORKERS (UAW)
Job Description

Ensure that persons/families of the Migrant population receive the correct type and amount of assistance they are eligible for. This is accomplished by interviewing the Migrant clients, assessing their needs, providing guidance and encouragement and making the proper referrals to assist with those needs. In addition, this position is also responsible for providing this special population with information about the requirements and expectations of DHHS concerning eligibility for financial assistance.

Education
Completion of two years of college (60 semester or 90 term credits).

Experience

Migrant Program Worker 8
No specific type or amount is required.

Migrant Program Worker 9
One year of experience equivalent to a Migrant Program Worker 8.

Migrant Program Worker E10
Two years of experience equivalent to a Migrant Program Worker, including one year equivalent to a Migrant Program Worker 9.

Alternate Education and ExperienceCompletion of one year of college (30 semester or 45 term credits) and three years of administrative support experience in a human services or office setting, including one year equivalent to the experienced (E7) level, may be substituted for the education requirement.

Four years of administrative support experience in a human services or office setting, including two years equivalent to the experienced (E7) level, may be substituted for the education requirement.

Additional Requirements and InformationThis position is open to all but preference will be given to current MDHHS employees. 

Competency in reading, writing, and communicating effectively in Spanish and English.  YOU MUST BE ABLE TO READ, WRITE, AND SPEAK SPANISH FLUENTLY TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION.

These positions require possession of a valid driver’s license.  For more information and to apply click here for details.