The Board of Directors of the Michigan Campaign Finance Network (MCFN) is seeking an individual for the position of executive director.
For 23 years, MCFN has operated as a Lansing-based nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to following the role of money in Michigan politics. Additional information about MCFN can be found at www.mcfn.org/about.
The executive director position requires strong statistical analysis skills, social media experience, organizational management skills and the ability to conduct fundraising activities, including grant writing.
The director will be required to inform and interact with state and national news organizations, make public presentations and engage with other organizations. Strong written communication skills are essential. The position requires an interest in and passion for campaign finance reform.
Interested individuals should submit an application, including two writing samples, a statement of qualifications, and compensation requirements, to firstname.lastname@example.org. On the subject line indicate, “Search Committee." Review of applications will begin immediately. In order to be assured of consideration applications must be received by Oct. 25, 2019.