Michigan Fairness Forum seeks project manager

By |2018-01-16T08:03:02-05:00January 21st, 2010|News|

The Michigan Fairness Forum – formerly the Peninsula Group – has an immediate opening for a part-time, independent contract project manager position.
The ideal applicant will have a diverse set of skills to advance and coordinate an innovative inclusive program to improve the quality of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people throughout the state of Michigan. The project manager will implement, refine, support and expand the infrastructure to support the organization’s mission, vision and key initiatives. She or he will also provide resources, technical assistance and support to current and future members.
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
– Identify and recruit LGBT and ally organizations for membership.
– Coordinate collaborations between and among member organizations that support the key initiatives.
– Provide technical assistance to member organizations as identified by member organizations and key initiative dictates.
– Identify research and resources to support member organizations.
– Maintain and update Michigan Fairness Forum Web site, plus ensure relevance and usability as a tool for networking and resources procurement for member organizations.
– Provide progress reports to the board of directors and member organizations
– Organize and attend all board and regional meetings of the MFF, plus plan and coordinate workshops and annual summit.
The ideal candidate for this unique position will possess education and/or experience necessary to effectively fulfill the requirements. The candidate must have excellent oral and written expression abilities, is a self starter and intrinsically motivated to work independently. The project manager reports to the Board of Directors and serves the member organizations.
For exact necessary and desired qualifications, contact Pat Horton at [email protected] To apply for the position, e-mail Pat your resume, references and a cover letter by Feb. 8. The selection committee will bring the top candidates before the Fairness Forum Board on Feb. 20 with an expectation of hiring by March 1.

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