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Director of Development
Latino Commission on AIDS, Inc.
Position Description - Reporting to the President and Vice President of the agency the Director of Development is responsible for developing and implementing the Commission's overall fund development strategy.
Responsibilities – The Director of Development will be responsible to:
• Create, implement and coordinate a multiyear development plan and strategy.
• Lead and manage the agency’s overall development efforts to raise an annual budget of 4.5 million dollars.
• Write grant proposals for government, corporate and foundation funders.
• Assess the fundraising potential of existing programs and develop new initiatives to meet agency strategic objectives and vision.
• Write funder reports
• Identify, recruit, cultivate & nurture donors, corporate sponsors, foundation & private funding sources to increase sponsorship growth.
• Prepare required reports to the agency Board of Directors.
Qualifications – The Director of Development must have at least five to ten years of experience in fundraising for not-for-profit organizations. The ideal candidate must have a broad range of relationships with foundations, corporations and other funding sources, as well as a proven track record of successful grant-writing and fundraising for HIV & AIDS and health-related activities. It is critical that the Director of Development be: entrepreneurial, innovative, critical thinker and action-oriented in terms of fund development and writing grants and proposals to local, State and Federal government funders, private foundations and corporations.
The qualified candidate must have excellent grant writing skills, along with exceptional communications & interpersonal skills. The qualified candidate should bring entrepreneurial insights to the position, as well as cultivate a team-based approach. Qualified candidate must be a self-starter and goal-oriented.
How TO APPLY:
Send a cover letter indicating your interest in the position and highlighting relevant experience, along with a resume and writing sample, to Migdalia Frasqueri at email@example.com.
The Latino Commission on AIDS (the Commission) is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1990 dedicated to meet the health challenges and addressing the impact of HIV & AIDS in our communities. The Latino Commission is the leading organization coordinating National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day (May 15), National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (October 15), Latinos in the Deep South, and other prevention, research, capacity building, and advocacy programs across the United States and its territories.
The Commission is committed to responding to the HIV and AIDS crisis, where social stigma, poverty, language barriers, immigration status fears, and access to care, deter testing and increase the infection rate in our communities. Over 220,000 Hispanics in the U.S. and Puerto Rico have been diagnosed with HIV and AIDS. Latinos are the fastest growing ethnic population in the U.S. Latinos represents approximately 17% of the U.S. population but account for 20% of all new HIV infections.
Since 2000, the Commission has expanded its services outside New York to meet the health challenges of racial/ethnic minority communities in more than 40 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Commission is seeking an experienced Director of Development to guide the continued organizational growth of our agency.