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MISSION STATEMENT: The Immune Deficiency Foundation improves the diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life of people affected by primary immunodeficiency through fostering a community empowered by advocacy, education, and research.
CORE VALUES: Inclusion, Integrity, Innovation
GUIDING PRINCIPLES: Commitment, Leadership, Accountability
DIVERSITY STATEMENT: We are rare, powerful, and inclusive. Like the stripes of a zebra, no two people are the same. At IDF, we celebrate this uniqueness every day. An inclusive, diverse, and fair workplace makes our community more powerful. As a commitment to these values, IDF requires associates and vendors to have EEO and non-discrimination policies in place as a condition of partnering with our organization. The Immune Deficiency Foundation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

 

Current Openings

Chief Executive Officer

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of IDF provides visionary, strategic leadership in partnership with the Board of Trustees and has operational responsibility for management of staff and implementation of essential foundation programs. In carrying out this duty, the CEO is responsible for advocating and furthering the mission and goals of the organization by taking positive steps to assure the accomplishment of action objectives and by adhering to the direction of the Board of Trustees. The CEO promotes and fosters the Foundation’s unique mission and proactively integrates technology, marketing, research, fundraising, and fiscal and strategic plans. The CEO cultivates an efficient, productive and accountable staff organization to assure attainment of objectives and value-add services to constituents. Through management and staff leadership, the CEO achieves economical, productive, and constructive growth of the Foundation.  The CEO will be a confident partner to the Board of Trustees and stakeholder communities and will play an important role in IDF’s transformation for its next stage of growth, service and impact. Click here to see the complete job listing

Interested applicants should apply here on the Batten Group Executive Search & Consulting website.
 



Director of Strategic Partnerships and Giving

The Director of Strategic Partnerships and Giving is responsible for building and implementing a strategic major gifts program as well as managing staff to success to generate revenue through corporate and organizational sponsorship and peer-to-peer campaigns to advance IDF mission and strategic priorities. This position is fully remote. Click here to see the complete job description

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to HR@primaryimmune.org, with "Director of Strategic Partnerships and Giving" in the subject line.
 



Director of Talent Management

The Director of Talent Management is responsible for designing, implementing and managing talent strategies (paid and volunteer) in alignment with IDF’s strategic plan. The Director of Talent Management drives organizational effectiveness through talent acquisition, talent assessment, performance management, staff development and Inclusion, Diversity and Equity (IDE) programs. This position oversees policies and legal compliance requirements, including AAP, EEOC and employee relations and develops and tracks key metrics for organization-wide talent management efforts. The position is located in Towson, MD. Click here to see the complete job description

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to HR@primaryimmune.org, with "Director of Talent Management" in the subject line.
 



Internship Opportunities

The IDF Communications team is recruiting for two intern positions for the Fall Semester 2021. The first, Communications Intern: User Experience, Data Analysis, and Digital Access Management will help build customer journey maps for our constituents and utilize data analytics to create marketing personas as we transition our database to the Salesforce platform. This role will also help build and organize our digital media library to improve access to digital assets. The second, Communication Intern: Community Outreach Campaign will help build a pilot program that will serve as a model for volunteer engagement across the country in the area of plasma awareness. 

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to eferguson@primaryimmune.org, with "Internship Opportunity" in the subject line.