Programme Design and Funding Specialist
Contract: 12 months FTC
Salary: Up to £40,000
This charity is looking for a programme design and funding specialist to develop projects and submit to potential donors for funding, supporting the achievement of the charity’s international strategy and growth targets. The role will involve working with Head Office and Regional Office teams as well as partners to align project design to local contextual needs and strategic focus. It will also involve coordinating the pipeline as well as provide account management and ensure donor compliance for existing contracts.
In terms of programme development, you will help develop projects responding to immediate or future expected funding opportunities, that fit the charity’s strategic priorities and that deliver the department’s targets. You will lead programme development processes as and when required, ensure that the programme development process is robust and undertake and support mapping and needs analysis to inform project development and theories of change.
You will need to have demonstrable experience of leading the design process for developing new international programmes and securing institutional funding as well as experience of delivering stakeholder consultations and actively incorporating consultation analysis into the design process. You will also have a strong track record of preparing and submitting proposals to institutional donors that are successful and incorporating learnings from unsuccessful proposals into future designs and applications. As well as having outstanding interpersonal skills, you will have the ability to effectively manage programme development across multiple teams, organisations, and geographical areas and have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below. For more details click through to our job description or call Suzie Spooner on +44 (0) 7960 932 315.
CLOSING DATE: Friday 20th November, 9am GMT