Management Business Solutions (MBS) was founded with the commitment to designing staffing solutions to provide our clients with high quality candidates, along with consistent professional services. We believe personal contact provides for better mutual understanding; hence, you have our assurance of the best service possible.

Part of that service is recognizing that, as a non-profit organization, your needs and objectives differ from those of a for-profit business. MBS designs customized staffing solutions to meet your organization’s unique and diverse needs. In doing so, we provide practical, cost-effective, and customized employment solutions so that you and your staff can focus on what you do best – your core business.

Our non-profit staffing/recruiting solutions included placing the Executive Director for LEDA (Lakeshore Ethnic Diversity Alliance), CEO for WRC (women’s Resource Center), VP of Multicultural Business Development for Experience Grand Rapids and the Grants Assistant for WEGE Foundation, to name a few. These experiences, plus our active involvement in the community, confirmed to us that non-profit organizations need specialized expertise. In addition to the requisite skills and experience, you need an individual with commitment to your mission, passion, and sensitivity to the needs of your volunteers, benefactors, staff, and community..

What Can We Do For You?

  • Identify timelines and requirements
  • Work within your budget
  • Create/develop job descriptions
  • Receive and review resumes
  • Select of qualified candidates
  • Develop an in-depth questionnaire for applicants (candidates) that is tailored to your needs
  • Pre-screen and/or phone screen qualified candidates
  • Schedule face-to-face interviews with you and/or your staff
  • Verify credentials (previous employment, education, etc.)
  • Complete and thorough reference/background check

Management Business Solutions (MBS) Community Involvement

  • WISE (Women in Successful Enterprises)
  • WBEC-Great Lakes (Women’s Business Enterprise Council)
  • MiDiCo (Michigan Diversity Connections)
  • BL2END (Business Leaders Linked to Encourage New Directions)
  • GRYP (Grand Rapids Young Professional)
  • Heart of West Michigan United Way
  • West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • WRC (Women’s Resource Center)
  • Fair Housing Center of West Michigan
  • American Red Cross
  • YMCA (Spartan Stores)
  • Varnum Diversity Council
  • Experience Grand Rapids
  • GR Community Foundation
  • WMAAA (West Michigan Asian American Association)
  • Michigan Minority Business Development Council
  • Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce
  • APO (Asian Professionals Organization)
  • MAP (Multiracial Association Professionals)
  • Leadership Goodwill
  • Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women (GROW)
  • Hello West Michigan
  • Aquinas Alumni Leadership Council
  • Our Community’s Children, Mayor’s 100 Program