Must have 7 years of development experience specializing in the following areas:
Individual and planned giving
Capital campaign planning and implementation
Special event planning
Major donor development
Ability to sit for extended periods of time
Ability to work specific evenings and weekends as needed
Ability to lift up to 25 pounds
Please Note the Following
If a candidate is offered and accepts this position, s/he will be required to agree to a background check. Employment will be contingent upon the findings.
If a candidate is offered and accepts this position, s/he will be required to sign confidentiality and data security agreements. All employees are required to sign agency confidentiality statements, pass HIPAA training, and agree to all policies and procedures.
The Damien Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
About The Damien Center
As the largest ASO in the state of Indiana, we provide services to more than 25% of all individuals living with HIV in the state. By making our wide variety of programs and services available in-house, we utilize a one-stop-shop approach to caring for those affected by HIV and preventing its spread. We work to reduce the amount of HIV and increase the amount of healthy, immune-boosting cells in our patients' bodies, improving the health of clients and our community.
Located in downtown Indianapolis in the Holy Cross neighborhood, The Damien Center is easy to access and offers care and services for anyone infected or affected by HIV.
Mission: What is our purpose?
Our mission is to empower communities and persons affected by HIV/AIDS in the state of Indiana by being a leading resource, provider, and advocate for comprehensive HIV/AIDS care, prevention, education, and related services.
Vision: What we seek to build
We envision Central Indiana free of the suffering caused by HIV/AIDS. Until then, we envision that every HIV-affected person in Central Indiana knows that The Damien Center is a safe and welcoming place so that no barriers separate people from the services they... need to prolong and enhance their lives.
Values: The culture we strive for
Respect – We believe in the dignity and worth of every person and are committed to act accordingly.
Integrity – We will be exemplary stewards of the resources entrusted to us to accomplish our mission.
Quality – We will be innovative, collaborative, and highly skilled at program and service design and delivery.
Diversity – We will design and deliver programs and services that meet the unique needs of diverse communities and strive to be a safe, welcoming place for all people.
Strategic Intent: What we seek to accomplish
We will boldly, proactively, and persistently respond to the changes in the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Central Indiana. We will build on our strengths and become even more person-centered in our services and the way they are delivered by growing closer to those affected by the disease and by connecting community solutions so that no person in Central Indiana impacted by HIV/AIDS lacks the care they need to live a longer, healthier, more productive life. With the same innovative and proactive person-centered approach, we will lead the community in the fight to prevent the spread of HIV.