JOB TITLE: The Brides Project Part-Time Retail Coordinator – Shared Weekends and Weeknights

STATUS:  Part Time

REPORTS TO: The Brides Project Retail Coordinator


– Staff weekend hours and occasional weeknight shifts; shared position.   

– Manage volunteer consultants.               

– Greet brides and their entourage, educating them on the mission of The Brides Project

– Manage walk-in Brides and assist with allocating dressing rooms and/or scheduling appointments for them to return

– Provide initial training to new shadowing volunteers, as needed 

– Ensure shop tidiness before leaving for the day (straighten gowns and racks, hook train loops, tidy up, vacuum, etc.)

– Monitor shop supplies (ex. hangers, veil clips, garment bags) and report to Retail Coordinator/Director

– Confirm brides.

– Assist and monitor the processing of sales.

– Assist with inventory. 

– Assist with social media content and updates




– Passion for the mission of the Cancer Support Community

– Enthusiasm for the wedding retail industry

– Previous retail experience preferred.

– Availability on both Saturdays and Sundays required

– Comfortable leading, providing feedback and direction to volunteer staff members.

– General knowledge of wedding gown styles and trends

– Engaging with others, recognizing that shopping for a wedding gown can be a very emotional event for brides and her loved ones

– Comfortable assisting brides while trying on gowns

– Ability to work occasional evenings and additional weekday hours. 

– Excellent writing, communication and organization skills.

– Ability to manage conflicting priorities and multiple tasks.

– Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.

Proficient computer skills.

– Comfortable managing staff


Please email your cover letter and resume to 

JOB TITLE: Oncology Counselor

STATUS: Part Time

REPORTS TO: Associate Program Director



PURPOSE: The part-time Cancer Support Community (CSC) Oncology Counselor will provide individual support for patients and family members receiving care at Trinity Health Cancer Centers in Southeast Michigan, as well as facilitating on-site psychosocial care programs at Trinity Health Livonia Hospital.


SCHEDULE: This position is part time (20 hours/week). Counseling hours will take place between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Support groups (monthly) and educational workshops (quarterly) may take place during the day or evening depending on need. A consistent weekly schedule will be determined in collaboration with the supervisor upon hire. Services will be delivered through a combination of online and in-person formats.



Oncology Counseling: Provide assessment, short-term counseling and crisis intervention to individuals and families impacted by cancer in treatment at local Trinity Health Cancer Centers. Services provided include, but are not limited to, adjustment to illness counseling, depression and anxiety screening and recommendations, and bereavement support.


Program Facilitation: Facilitate a monthly support group for patients and loved ones on-site at Trinity Health Livonia, as well as host quarterly educational workshops featuring guest speakers.


Outreach: Drive awareness of on-site programs including oncology counseling, weekly yoga classes, monthly support groups, and quarterly educational workshops. Serve as a primary clinical contact for patients, family members, and other healthcare professionals.


Collaboration: Work as an integral part of the medical team at Trinity Health Livonia Hospital, coordinating care with physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, and other staff.


Supervision and training: Utilize clinical supervision individually and in a weekly group setting. All CSC clinicians are supervised by a licensed social worker and participate in weekly clinical reflective supervision with several experts in this field of practice, allowing for clinicians to problem-solve difficult cases and collaborate on treatment plans.



  1. Master’s degree in Social Work, counseling or related field
  2. Current clinical license
  3. At least three years of clinical experience post-licensure
  4. Excellent clinical and therapeutic skills
  5. Engaging and confident in working with others of varying disciplines
  6. Curious and creative in approaching complex situations
  7. Capable of working independently and as a member of a team
  8. Proficient computer skills
  9. Experience working with diverse populations
  10. Proficient in one or more therapeutic modalities (CBT, DBT, etc.)


  1. Experience working with oncology population
  2. Experience working in a medical setting


The CSC is committed to providing equitable access and a safe space for members and staff of any race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion and ability. We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas and improves the quality of service. The CSC is grounded in a culture of creativity, growth and acceptance.



To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Trevor Brooks, LMSW, Associate Program Director at