Employment Opportunities
Accounting and Business Manager
The Accounting and Business Manager will be responsible for a wide range of finance and administrative functions and will have a strong attention to detail with the ability to communicate well both internally and externally, as well as be proficient in both the Microsoft Suite and Quickbooks. This person will have the ability to work independently and on a team. This position is part-time (25-30 hours per week) with flexible scheduling. Click here for a full position description and requirementsIf you are interested, please send your cover letter, three professional references, and salary requirements to jobs@accessofwestmichigan.org
 
Poverty Education Coordinator
The Poverty Education Coordinator is responsible for facilitating the educational and advocacy programs of the organization in an effort to engage the community on issues of poverty. The majority of this position focuses on scheduling, planning for, and facilitating our 2.5 hour Poverty Education Workshop which is a role-playing workshop focused on bringing awareness of the systemic barriers of poverty. Because our work is rooted in systems change, the Poverty Education Coordinator must understand and value the impact of our unique initiatives. This position is part-time (25 hours a week) with flexible scheduling based on the right candidate and based on the host site scheduling workshops which may include some nights and weekends. Click here for a full position description and requirementsIf you are interested, please send your cover letter, three professional references, and salary requirements to jobs@accessofwestmichigan.org. Applications due by July 15. 

Volunteer Opportunities

Poverty Simulation Staffer
Join our team of staffers for our popular poverty simulation workshop! During this opportunity you will assume the roles of community resources at the 2 1/2 hour simulation. Events vary but average about twice monthly.
Stipend available.
If you are interested please contact brenda@accessofwestmichigan.org
Requirements: you must live in poverty, have lived in poverty or work with those in poverty. 
 
Poverty Education Office Staff
Reassembly of poverty simulation kits is an important role of the program’s success. We meet an average of twice a month for approximately 3 hours. If you are interested please contact brenda@accessofwestmichigan.org
Requirements: A desire to get involved and cheerful attitude.