Institutional Partnerships Officer

Why work for us?

CARE International UK is seeking a dynamic individual to be part of an exciting new team aimed at growth and innovation of our institutional funding. The IPO - Trusts and Foundations is a new role which will deliver an upstream, active and sustainable strategy which will see CARE significantly grow its programme funding and position the organisation as the 'go to' agency with key funders for our key programme priorities.

About you

We are looking for someone who is motivated by the prospect of ambitious targets who has excellent understanding of, and a strong track record of successful relationship building and bid winning with UK trusts and foundations.This role's primary focus is to expand CARE International UK nascent trusts and foundations portfolio and to support key research across our institutional donor portfolio. Coordination and tenacity are key skills in this role and the ability to work well with multiple touch points across the organisation to establish effective working relationships with key contacts across CARE.

About CARE

It is an exciting time to be joining CARE International UK as our credibility and profile has grown recently and the importance of growing and strengthening our strategic partnerships with key development actors remains a top organisational priority.CARE International is committed to fighting poverty and injustice in the world's most vulnerable places and to saving lives in disasters and conflicts. In this we stand with women, girls and their communities to achieve lasting change for a better future. CIUK is looking for an effective and dynamic leader, with demonstrable passion for the values and the mission of the organisation.

Interview date: 1st November 2017

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for the above position, please visit the Jobs section of our website www.careinternational.org.uk

Job ID:
#2262229

 

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Job type

Job

Organization

Care

Nation

United Kingdom

Years of Experience

0-3 years

Deadline

Sunday 22 October 2017