We are looking for a few special Friends with specific talents and good organizational skills who want to join our team of dedicated, high-functioning, and enthusiastic leaders.
Our 600+ member organization helps to ensure that the more than 1.5 million visitors to the National Lakeshore each year have a great experience and learn how to protect this precious resource.
If you are interested in any of the positions listed below, please:
1. Email Bill Stott at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. State the position you are applying for
3. Include your resume or brief statement of relevant experience
Membership Record Manager Position Opening
The Membership Record Manager is responsible for maintaining the Friend’s donor and membership database and providing information to the Friend’s fundraising and volunteer recruitment groups. These efforts are accomplished primarily through the use of DonorSnap, a database program utilized by many nonprofits. Training on the use of this application will be provided by the Friends.
Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes will provide training and assistance as needed. Time commitment will vary with the individual but is approximately 4-6 hours per week. A position description is available at https://friendsofsleepingbear.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Membership-Record-Manager-20200224.pdf
The Fund Development Director is responsible for integrating all fundraising programs into an Annual Fund Development Plan to assure financial support for operations and programs approved by the Friend’s board and national park administration. This is accomplished by helping to direct a group of dedicated volunteers seeking donations via fundraising events, granting sources, individuals, and businesses.
Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes will provide training and assistance as needed. Time commitment will vary with the individual and seasons but may amount to approximately 12 hours a week. A position description is available at https://friendsofsleepingbear.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Fund-Development-Director-20171023.pdf