Chapter Job Center

The AFP Indiana Chapter (AFP-IC) does have a job posting service.  For only $300, your position will be posted on the AFP-IC website for 30 days*, and a blast email will be sent to all members with job details and instructions on how to apply. 

*Note - extensions on postings are available

FORMAT - Job title, Organization name, Organization overview, primary responsibilities, desired qualifications, contact information.

For more information, or to post your position online, please contact Sara Nash at 317-824-0940 or afpic@nashams.com. 

Current Postings Shown Below - Date Added

Director of Development, Institutional Giving - Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra - June 14, 2018
Development Officer-Major Gifts, Indiana State University Division of University Advancement - June 14, 2018
Annual Giving Direct, Indiana State University Division of University Advancement - June 14, 2018
Director of Development, IUPUI-Indianapolis, June 6, 2018
Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) - May 29, 2018
Advancement Associate, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) - May 16, 2018



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director of development, institutional giving

Organization: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Date Posted: June 14, 2018


DEPARTMENT:  Development
REPORTS TO:   Vice President of Development

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Director of Development, Institutional Giving is a full-time position responsible for leading the strategic management of institutional giving  for the ISO, including corporate, foundation and government support, as well as oversight of special events.  In partnership with the Board, CEO and Vice President of Development, this position will identify, cultivate, solicit, steward and maintain relationships with businesses, foundations and government agencies.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
     - Design and implement a comprehensive strategy to identify and solicit sources of private and public institutional support
     - Lead the Institutional Giving team in securing gifts that meet or exceed annual revenue goals
     - Plan and execute cultivation visits by the CEO and Vice President of Development, engaging Board Members and other staff as appropriate
     - Build relationships between the ISO and businesses, foundations and government agencies at local and national levels
     - Research, identify and cultivate new funding opportunities from institutions
     - Supervise Associate Director of Corporate Giving, Associate Director of Foundation and Planned Giving, and Senior Manager of Special Events and  
       Corporate Partnerships
     - In partnership with the Associate Director of Corporate Giving and the Associate Director of Foundation and Planned Giving, prepare highly competitive
       sponsorship proposals, grant requests and other collateral materials for solicitation purposes
     - Provide strategic oversight for all special fundraising events, and for corporate partnerships outside of traditional sponsorships
     - Attend events throughout the season encouraging the development of relationships with the ISO's institutional donors
     - Assist with donor relations events i.e. SOTP table hosting, Founder's Room, etc.
     - Other duties as assigned

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor's Degree required, Masters Degree in Nonprofit Management or Arts Administration preferred.  Excellent skills in project management and budget preparation and management.  Outstanding written and oral communication skills, high level of organization and ability to manage complex projects simultaneously.

TECHNICAL PROFICENCIES:
Must be at least an intermediate user of Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook.  Must have the confidence and technical acuity to quickly learn Tessitura and prospect research programs.

SPAN OF SUPERVISION:
     - Associate Director of Foundation and Planned Giving
     - Associate Director of Corporate Giving
     - Senior Manager, Special Events and Corporate Partnerships

WORKING CONDITIONS:
     - Frequent weekend and evening responsibilities
     - Must be able to travel around the region
     - Regularly sits at a desk or computer workstation
     - Frequently moves about the office to collaborate with colleagues
     - Bending, stooping, walking on uneven surface (at Hilbert Circle Theatre and Conner Prairie for Symphony on the Prairie)
     - Occasionally lifts, carries, or otherwise moves and positions objects weighing up to 35 pounds

INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:
         INTERNAL:  Frequent contact with all levels of staff, musicians, stagehands, and volunteers.
         EXTERNAL:  Board of Directors, civic leaders, volunteers, artists and patrons

CONTENT OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION:  Will have access to personal and financial information on donors, prospects, Board members, ticket buyers, and employees.

To apply for a position, send a resume and cover letter to Jobs@IndianapolisSymphony.org

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development officer - Major gifts

Organization: Indiana State University Division of University Advancement
Date Posted: June 14, 2018

Indiana State University is a four-year public university that integrates teaching, research, and creative activity in an engaging, challenging, supportive and inclusive learning environment to prepare productive citizens of the world.  The Indiana State University Foundation is a designated receiver and repository of gifts to ISU.  The purpose of the Foundation is to promote the welfare of the ISU community, serve as the fundraising arm of the University, and manage the University's endowment.

The Development Officer - Major Gifts develops and maintains a portfolio of major gift suspects and prospects (major gifts defined as gifts of $25,000 and up).  The position researches, identifies, and cultivates donor prospects, and meets with them personally in order to solicit them for major gift.  This position also coordinates exceptional stewardship for major gift donors.  It serves as a prospect manager for one or more geo-regions, as well as assignment to a particular academic unit as its Division of Development's main liaison.  The position develops and executes cultivation strategies for gift prospects that meet the needs and goals of University priorities through gift solicitations.  This person works with Deans, Provost, Faculty, and others to translate academic priorities into fundraising opportunities.  The position identifies and utilizes fundraising resources including volunteers, faculty, staff, publications, and electronic communication tools to identify and cultivate major gift prospects.

For a full copy of the job description or to apply, interested candidates should contact Tom Recker, Associate Vice President for Development at Indiana State University Foundation at Thomas.Recker@indstate.edu or apply at the following link:  https://jobs.indstate.edu/postings/23023.

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annual giving director

Organization: Indiana State University Division of University Advancement
Date Posted: June 14, 2018

Indiana State University is a four-year public university that integrates teaching, research, and creative activity in an engaging, challenging, supportive and inclusive learning environment to prepare productive citizens of the world.  The Indiana State University Foundation is a designated receiver and repository of gifts to ISU.  The purpose of the Foundation is to promote the welfare of the ISU community, serve as the fundraising arm of the University, and manage the University's endowment.

The Annual Giving Director serves as a member of the staff of Indiana State University's Division of University Advancement.  Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Development, the Annual Giving Director oversees all aspects and operation of the campus-wide Annual Giving program to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors, and executes a comprehensive annual giving program incorporating direct mail, telephone, web and social media platforms, and serving university-wide as well as school and unit fundraising initiatives and goals.

For a full copy of the job description or to apply, interested candidates should contact Tom Recker, Associate Vice President for Development at Indiana State University Foundation at Thomas.Recker@indstate.edu or apply at the following link:  https://jobs.indstate.edu/postings/23023.


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director of development

Organization: IUPUI - Indianapolis, Division of Undergraduate Education
Date Posted: June 6, 2018

Department Information:  The Division of Undergraduate Education at IUPUI is comprised of three main areas: University College, the Honors College and the soon to be launched Institute for Engaged Learning.  University College guides students in the implementation of meaningful pathways to student success.  In addition to serving as the home to more than 50% of IUPUI's first-year students, it has more than 20 programs focused on improving student success.  Created twenty years ago, University College has received national recognition for its innovative work around student success.  For example, the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars Program provides a unique opportunity for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to receive financial support and participation in programming that leads to the successful completion of their college education.  The Honors College serves as the home to 1,100 talented and high-achieving students.  The Honors College has an array of merit-based scholarship programs and heavily promotes student engagement in high-impact practices with the goal of increase access and participation in such integrative, experiential and applied learning experiences.

Here at the Division of Undergraduate Education, you will join a team of faculty and staff who are passionate about serving our students and fostering and environment for success.

Job Summary: 
The Director of Development for the Division of Undergraduate Education will work in close collaboration with the Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education and key senior leadership in University College , the Honors College and the Institute for Engaged Learning at IUPUI to build a strategic development program capable of generating significant philanthropic support for the School.

This strategic individual will provide leadership and overarching strategic direction for all development activities for the Division of Undergraduate Education at IUPUI. This will require the individual to collaborate with senior leadership in the Division of Undergraduate Education to understand the broad and complex operations of the Division of Undergraduate Education such that it can be represented to prospective funders.  The position's will be to work closely with Indiana University Offices of Foundation Relations and Corporate Relations to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward foundation and corporate support while concurrently building an individual major and principal gift pipeline.  The position may also be required to work with development officers from individual academic units on joint funding proposals.  The Director of Development will excel in fundraising, meeting and excelling the school's goals for the Bicentennial Campaign, which ends in 2020.

This position reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor of Undergraduate Education/Dean of University College at IUPUI, maintaining a close advisory relationship with the IU Foundation VP for Development, IUPUI Campus.

PRIMARY DUTIES:
Develop and implement a strategic and comprehensive development program including prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship to secure corporate and foundation support, major and principal gifts, and effective campaign management, etc. to advance the philanthropic and non-governmental grants funding priorities for the benefit of the Division of Undergraduate Education.

Collaborate closely with faculty, staff, Advisory Council members, Indiana University Foundation, Indiana University Alumni Association, and other stakeholders to foster a common philanthropic mission and message.

Manage a substantial portfolio of foundation, corporate, major and principal gift prospects, and develop significant contacts with Corporations and Foundations.  Maintain and steward 75-100 prospects.

Minimum of 100 substantive face to face annual visits.

Present a minimum of 12 proposals annually to prospective donors.

Work closely with the unit's Advisory Council and other volunteers to strategize and implement development goals and increase engagement.

Partner with the school's marketing staff to create strong brand, message, and mission as the platform for philanthropic success.

Work in concert with and function as a liaison between the Unit and the Indiana University Foundation.

Actively participate in the Unit's activities and events to foster support and engagement in development efforts.

Ensure that all activities including contact reports are entered into the central development database in a consistent and timely manner.

Required Qualifications:  Bachelor's Degree in a related field from an accredited institution, plus 5 years of experience in development, preferably in high education, with a primary focus on Foundation and Corporation Relations.  Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.  Demonstrated ability to raise significant philanthropic support.
 
Preferred Qualifications:  Current or previous work in a large capital campaign.

Click here for additional information on this position and to apply.



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director of corporate and foundation relations

Organization: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB)
Date Posted: May 29, 2018

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) is an environmental and community nonprofit with a mission to help people and nature thrive.  We partner with neighborhoods, local government, universities, community groups, and businesses to achieve our vision of an Indianapolis that is loved, cared for, and ecologically rich.  We are also one of the most volunteered-for organizations in Indianapolis, working with about 20,000 volunteers each year to plant trees and native landscapes, organize litter cleanups, turn vacant lots into pocket parks, create outdoor classrooms, restore habitat, and educate and employ youth.

Job Title:                    Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations
Full-/Part-Time:          Full-time
Regular/Temporary:    Regular
Salary:                       $50,000
Benefits:                     Health, dental & vision insurance (company pays 80-90% of employee coverage); life insurance; long-term disability insurance; 403(b)                                        match of 3%; up to 22 days of PTO and holiday schedule


Purpose:
As Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, you'll support the mission and goals of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) through fund development efforts, specifically by managing our corporate and foundation partners program.  You'll help shape our corporate and foundation solicitation and stewardship plans, including corporate days of service, sponsorship opportunities and innovative funder activations.  You will have the opportunity to gain professional fulfillment through this role, such as participating in organization-wide diversity and inclusion efforts and other committees inside and outside of KIB.  You'll serve as a decision-maker and leader among staff as you raise over $1.6 million annually for Keep Indianapolis Beautiful.

Duties, Functions and Responsibilities:
Corporate and Foundation Fund Development

  • In concert with the Senior Vice President of Development and External Affairs and the Development team, create and implement short- and long-term action plans for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding gifts at all levels from corporations, foundations, and governmental agencies;
  • Oversee corporate sponsorship solicitations/proposals to obtain revenue for general operating expenses, special projects,and events;
  • Supervise the Grants Manager to oversee the preparation and submission of grant proposals and reports;
  • Ensure delivery of all funder requirements and expectations (reports,logo placement, volunteer days, social media posts, etc.);
  • Meet regularly with corporate and foundation representatives, engaging other staff as appropriate;
  • Participate in planning and executing special events;
  • Work collaboratively across all KIB departments to ensure we achieve overall fundraising goals;
  • Serve as a leader among staff, setting an example for teamwork.

Organizational Roles

  • Report directly to the Senior Vice President of Development and External Affairs, taking a leadership role among others in the reporting line;
  • Work with the Development & Marketing team to support fundraising, assisting with communications and events (this position works particularly closely with the Director of Marketing, especially when managing corporate relationships with both marketing and fundraising benefits and deliverables;
  • Meet regularly with managers and program staff across all departments to ensure consistent development support of programs and priority projects;
  • Coordinate closely with the Director of Volunteers to ensure smooth communication throughout recruitment and execution of corporate days of service;
  • Directly support KIB's President and Senior Vice President of Development and External Affairs as needed.

Planning and budgeting

  • Develop and monitor annual income and expense budgets related to corporate and foundation fundraising;
  • Provide regular reports regarding fundraising performance and expectations;
  • Create an individual workplan in line with departmental goals and our strategic plan.

Managing

  • Train, supervise, support, and guide the Grants Manager;
  • Assist with department recruiting and hiring as needed;
  • Assist with recruiting and supervising department interns as needed.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
   
  • Demonstrated skills, knowledge, and experience in the planning and execution of corporate and foundation fundraising in nonprofit organizations;
  • Comfortable meeting with all levels of corporate and foundation decision-makers;
  • Able to represent KIB in a professional yet approachable manner;
  • Exceptional writing skills, including the use of persuasive language;
  • Strong creative, strategic, analytical, and organizational skills;
  • Experience developing and managing people and budgets;
  • Able to meet strict deadlines and manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment;
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.

Education and/or equivalent experience:
   
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required;
  • Five years of relevant professional work in fundraising preferred.

Additional Attributes of Strong Candidates:
   
  • Exhibit KIB's Cultural Values of Teamwork, Responsibility, Excellence, Openness, Balance, and Joy.

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful is an equal opportunity employer.  We're committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.  We actively seek applicants from a broad spectrum of individuals with a variety of backgrounds and experiences.

Please submit resumes by June 8 here:  https://kibi.formstack.com/forms/director_corporate_foundation_relations

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advancement associate


Organization: Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP)
Date Posted: May 16, 2018

Organization Overview:
The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) is the leading neighborhood and homeownership resource in Marion County dedicated to neighborhood development and revitalization serving homeowners and homebuyers with low and moderate incomes.  INHP has empowered thousands of working families for over 30 years to become and remain homeowners.  This is accomplished through an effective blend of homeownership education, financial and mortgage advising and a variety of affordable mortgage and loan options to buy a home or make improvements.  Our comprehensive homeowner and homebuyer services are designed to create and support homeowners who can sustain their investment in their homes-ultimately helping to strengthen and encourage the growth of vibrant Indianapolis neighborhoods.

Primary Responsibilities:
The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) currently is recruiting for the position of Advancement Associate.  This position is responsible for managing annual giving and volunteer engagement at INHP.  This position will be responsible for utilizing solicitation strategies that include email, direct mail, phone, personal visitations and volunteer engagement to raise annual support for unrestricted and restricted programs.  This will be achieved managing an existing fundraising portfolio consisting of individuals and volunteers.  In addition, this incumbent will be responsible for planning and executing donor stewardship and corporate and individual volunteer events.  This individual will work closely with the Advancement Team and other departments to create and fulfill the donor and volunteer experience, from acquisition of new donors and volunteers to stewardship of existing donors and volunteers.

Desired Qualifications:
The position requires a Bachelor's degree in nonprofit management, public relations, and/or another related field.  In addition, at least three years of minimum experience working in a previous funds development department in the following capacities is required: annual giving; volunteer management; direct mail; event planning and/or individual giving.  Previous experience using fundraising and event planning platforms such as Raiser's Edge is preferred.

Contact Information:
If you are interested in this position, please visit our website at www.inhp.org and apply under our Learn More/Careers section of our website or interested applicants can apply directory at:  https:workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment.html?cid=e2f11357-f953-47da-ba5a-57495ce89585&jobld=232909&lang=en_US&source=CC3&ccld=19000101_000001

Additionally, qualified resumes with salary requirements can be sent directly to Jmeeker@inhp.org.


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