Employment

Director of Development

Working with the Board of Directors and the President/CEO this position is responsible for leading, coordinating and implementing the fundraising programs of UNIFIED including setting strategic direction, contributed income goals and determining key fundraising messages of the agency designed to further enhance the organization’s capacity and imagine through UNIFIED’s service area. This position is a member of the Senior Management team of UNIFIED and must be willing to travel. 

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Vice President of Community Research and Advocacy

UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond (UHHB) is seeking a Vice President of Community Research & Advocacy to spearhead community-based relationships, research, and advocacy endeavors. In 2015, AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM), located in Detroit, and HIV/AIDS Resources Center (HARC) located in Ypsilanti, merged to form UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond. Rooted in the history of the fight against HIV, UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond advances prevention, access to health care, community research, and advocacy for residents across ten counties in Southeastern Michigan. This position will lead strategic efforts to enhance and strengthen community partnerships and requires a forward thinking change-agent with experience in the field of HIV and beyond. Candidates must have a robust network and knowledge of research and funding opportunities to further advance the agency’s mission. Responsibilities of the position include establishing and maintaining strategic community-based partners, research, grant writing, and advocacy. Understanding the translation of theoretically based research approaches into culturally relevant practices is key for this position. The Vice President of Community Research & Advocacy will work closely with the President & CEO as well as members of the organization’s leadership team and Board of Directors. While UHHB is a non-partisan organization, an essential piece of this position will be HIV advocacy issues. The successful candidate must be willing to spend 50% of his/her time externally and be able to work from both the Detroit and Ypsilanti offices. A master’s degree with a minimum of ten years experience or doctorate degree with a minimum of 5 years experience in community research/engagement and grant writing is a must. Detail oriented and excellent written and oral communication skills are essential. Please submit a resume and salary requirements via email to Karen Lannoo, QuadWest Associates at karenl@quadwest.com. Deadline for submissions is September 24, 2017. 

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