Thursday, November 20, 2014

Health Families Support Specialist - Family & Children's Center - South Bend

Job Objective:

To provide services within Healthy Families St. Joseph Co. to adult and child clients in keeping with Family & Children’s Center Counseling and Development Services mission to empower individuals and families through advocacy, education, counseling and support, in order to prevent abuse and promote human growth and dignity.

Essential Job Functions

1.      Provide crisis intervention, assessment, and treatment planning, brief and long-term supportive services, referral/linkage and group facilitation for clients referred/accepted into Healthy Families.
2.      Provide case management functions and perform collateral tasks.
3.      Maintain complete and up to date client records.

Additional Job Duties:

·         Arrange physical environment for group sessions:  move chairs, tables, and make coffee, mix paint, etc.
·         Provide consultation to other Family and Children’s Center Counseling and Development Services staff.
·         Attend staff meetings, individual and group clinical supervision, community meetings, etc. as required.
·         Other duties as assigned by Healthy Families Supervisor or Program Manager.

Job Requirements


BA/BS in human services preferred, however a strong candidate enrolled in a degree program and with a completed an internship in either early childhood or social services. Please note: a non-degreed candidate may be asked to complete additional training as requested by the Program Manager in order to perform the expected duties.


Minimum two (2) years working with families in a supervised setting.

·         Experienced in working with or providing services to children and families/participants
·         Demonstrate ability to establish trusting relationships
·         Demonstrate acceptance of individual differences
·         Experience with and willingness to work with the culturally diverse populations which are present among the program’s target population
·         Knowledgeable about infant and child development
·         Meet the educational requirements, as established by the program.

Technical Skills:

·   Crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation, treatment planning, and group facilitation.

Work Environment

Work is performed in and out of an office environment.  Assessment of children may involve bending, kneeling, and play activities on the floor.  Will need transportation to provide services in the home, attend meetings, and conduct groups at locations other than Family and Children’s Center Counseling and Development Services.

Other Requirements:

1.      Physical examination
2.      Valid Driver’s License
3.      Automobile or other transportation
4.      Automobile insurance
5.      Drug Screen
6.      Mantoux TB test
7.      CPR Training / First Aid
8.      Background checks and fingerprinting

General Requirements:

1.      Pursue professional growth through workshops, classes, reading and in-service trainings.
2.      Be able to demonstrate enthusiasm, initiative, creativity and flexibility.
3.      Maintain good working relationship with staff.
4.      Abide by strict code of confidentiality according to legal and professional standards.
5.      Maintain high degree of sensitivity and responsiveness to client needs.
6.      Carry our goals and policies of the agency.
7.      Be able to demonstrate ability to work with people from diverse racial/cultural backgrounds.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Civil Project Engineer - Development Visions Group (DVG)


Development Visions Group, Inc. (DVG) is a land planning and civil engineering firm located in the Chicago land area with headquarters in Crown Point, Indiana.  We have been in business since 1999 and are presently in a growth phase.  Our clients range from municipalities within Northwest Indiana to private developers primarily within the states of Indiana and Illinois and Michigan.  DVG specializes in providing hands on personalized, professional land planning consultation and civil engineering services for our clients.  Our excellent reputation is based on our quality of work, our ability to deliver extremely accurate design and engineering plans as well as our ability to provide a high level of proficiency in assisting in the procurement of all necessary approvals by local, state and or federal authorities.   In addition, we hold our client base in the highest regard, which results in customer loyalty, and repeat business.

DVG is seeking is seeking a Project Engineer to join our team.  The successful candidate will have between 3 and15 years of engineering design experience, have a P.E. designation and be proficient in AutoCAD.  Candidates must be able to take projects from the design phase to implementation and completion.  The successful candidate will be a self starter willing to oversee all components of the project including participation in proposal development, specific task function monitoring and compliance with proposed allotted time management.  Management and leadership skills will greatly enhance the success of the Project Engineer.

DVG offers compensation commensurate with experience along with health, life, and vision insurance benefits.  Shadow Equity and/or Profit Sharing are available to the right candidate.  DVG is an Equal Opportunity Lender.



Licensed P.E. preferably in Indiana, Illinois or Michigan
Civil Engineering Degree or comparable degree discipline
Experienced in AutoCAD Civil 3D
Team Player
Leadership Capability

Qualified Candidates should send their resume to


Thursday, November 13, 2014

Major Gifts Director - Saint Mary's College - Notre Dame, IN


The major gifts director is responsible for the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of assigned prospects with a gift capacity of $25,000+.  


Works in partnership with the Director of Development to engage the College’s closest partners resulting in increased investment in the College.


Exercises supervision over support staff and volunteers as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Five years of fund raising experience or transferable marketing/sales skills strongly preferred.
  • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Must possess reliable organizational and relationship building skills.
  • Must have strong work ethic and proven experience in achieving goals in prior positions.
  • Must be committed to mission of the College.
  • Skill in completing tasks with little to no direction.

  • Effective major gifts fundraiser who has a convincing track record of building long term relationships with prospective donors preferably in higher education.
  • Basic understanding of planned giving.


Major Gifts

  • Implement the College’s fundraising strategy as it relates to major gifts, including qualification, assessment, and cultivation of donors.  Initiate and strengthen relationships with donors creating an individual plan for each.  Use College resources, including Banner database and in house research, to identify top prospects and solicit individuals capable of providing one time gifts of $25,000 and greater.
  • Extensive travel necessary to develop donor relationships across the country.
  • Manage a personal portfolio of approximately 150 high-level major gift prospects.
    • Set and meet both annual giving and major gift objectives for each of the 150 prospects under direct management.
    • Implement qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship for each of the 150 prospects under direct management.
    • Involve assigned prospects in the mission and priorities of the College.
  • Help to promote Saint Mary’s planned giving program.
  • Prepare materials for president and volunteers for high level engagement with key prospects.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
The successful candidate will be a

  • Dynamic professional with direct major gifts experience, preferably in an independent school or higher education setting.
  • Sophisticated fundraiser with strong interpersonal skills able to communicate with passion the mission of Saint Mary’s College.
  • Strong writer with the ability to create and edit documents for prospective and current donors.
  • Strategic thinker and a good listener who has demonstrated resourcefulness in working collaboratively with many constituencies.
  • Successful and energetic individual experienced in recruiting and coordinating volunteers.
  • Highly motivated representative of the College who is genuinely passionate about education and sincerely interested in others.
  • An entrepreneurial individual with a good sense of humor. 
Interested candidates should email their resume, cover letter, and three professional references to:
Saint Mary's College
Human Resources
Facilities Building
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities and requirements.

Monday, November 10, 2014

On Air Personality - Mid-West Family Broadcasting - WCXT-FM

Position: On Air Personality
Company: Mid-West Family Broadcasting
Station(s): WCXT-FM
Job Type: fulltime
Compensation:  / year

 Job Description:

Announcers are the radio station's voice and are often the people with whom the public identifies. This person introduces programs and music, reads commercial copy and public service announcements, and is involved in the overall public presentation of the station.


We offer salary, & bonus compensation. Full benefits package is available with Health, Dental, 401K and Flexible spending. 

Experience Required:

Local radio is alive and well in Michigan’s Great Southwest on the shores of Lake Michigan and the St. Joseph River at 98.3 The Coast, a Hot AC station jamming the St. Joseph/Benton Harbor/South Haven, Michigan area. We’re looking for our next BIG personality to make our community proud. It’s probably you, Veteran Radio Geek, or you, Up-And-Comin’ Youngin’.

Mid-West Family Broadcasting in Michigan’s Great Southwest is an employee-owned local radio company with stations in 7 markets. We believe in strong local radio where the community and the individual are in focus 100% of the time. Imagine working in a market owned by the same company since 1956, as you work with nothing but local business owners, and state-of-the-art digital technology including HD Radio, digital remotes, exceptional digital media properties and more.

You should be:

-              Full of character both personally and professionally
-              A Lover of Pure Michigan and our beautiful beach towns
-              Ready to leave the conglomerated, homogenized radio world
-              In need of refreshing stability in an otherwise unstable industry
-              Have 2+ years of full-time radio experience in any daypart
-              A digital media mastermind (The Facespaces and the Tweetses)
-              Prepared to feel the love from our listener-owners. It’s their station!
-              Ready to love your job again

Do your research and stalk us at,, and for more about us.

This is where you stop reading and start sending your Resume/Cover Letter and Really Good-Sounding Demo You should do it. It’ll be fun!
Date Available: Immediate

Contact Info:

Operations Manager

Instructions: Please site (in your e-mail or cover letter) the location that you saw this job posting. 


Mail: 580 E. Napier Avenue
Benton Harbor, MI  49022

EEO Statement
This company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to the creation of a workplace free from discrimination and harassment.  We recruit, hire, train, promote, compensate, and provide benefits and privileges to individuals in all job titles without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, sex, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status.  Our company is committed to a fair and equitable workplace where everyone is a respected and valued member of the team. In this regard, if you know of individuals who might be interested in and qualified for this position, we encourage you to refer them to us. 




This job notice expires: 12/20/2014

WeHaKee - Camp for Girls

WeHaKee Camp for Girls is looking for the best positive female role models for our girls.  We are excited to share the employment opportunities we will have for Summer 2015!!

We have opportunities as camp counselors who also act as activity leaders. Activities include art, sports, music, water activities, horseback riding, theater and mush more!!  Our camp counselors practice their skills as leaders.

The benefits of being a Summer Camp Counselor includes:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Free Lodging & Meals
  • No Commute
  • Paid Training
  • Additional Stipends for Lifeguards!!!
  • Hi-Speed WIFI Available
Interested applicants should explore the Camp's website:

Friday, November 7, 2014

Administrative Assistant - Full Time - Cressy & Everett Real Estate

Cressy & Everett Real Estate is seeking a full-time administrative assistant to work in a dynamic office environment.  The successful applicant will be comfortable working with numbers, possess strong computer skills as well as having a personality that can communicate well with others. 
Providing a great work atmosphere, an exciting organization, and one that values employees who dress professionally, stay on task, can meet deadlines and pitch-in in various ways. 
Benefits include 40 hrs/ wk, vacation time, insurance is available, and an occasional social event because we believe those are important. 

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Communications Specialist - Saint John Paul II - Washington, D.C.

Communications Specialist, Saint John Paul II National Shrine, Washington, D.C.

Assist with the development and implementation of a communications and social media strategy for the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in order to promote the legacy of Saint John Paul II and the mission of the Shrine. Assist with research, shrine website development, social media and general communications strategy as part of multidisciplinary teams. Engage in support of exhibits, cultural programs and special events at the Shrine. Includes working with Shrine staff to develop and create new articles for posting, reviewing website to ensure material is current. Contribute to the development and support of the overall communications plan for the Shrine including marking and outreach.

A master's degree in theology is preferred. Knowledge of the Catholic faith and the life of Saint John Paul II is required. 

Interested applicants should submit cover letter and resume to:

Saint John Paul II National Shrine
C/O Karen Cence
3900 Harewood Rd.
Washington, D.C. 200017-1505