Strategic Partnerships Officer
BRAC, one of the leading development organisations in the world, is seeking a Strategic Partnership Officer to support key relationship building and fundraising responsibilities in line with BRAC UK’s ambitious new plan for 2021-2023.
BRAC is a global leader in developing cost-effective, evidence-based poverty innovations in extremely poor, conflict-prone and post-disaster settings. These include programmes in education, healthcare, microfinance, girls’ empowerment, agriculture, human and legal rights, social enterprises, a bank, a university, and the world’s largest mobile money platform.
Overview of the role
BRAC UK is looking for a dynamic professional to support key relationship building and fundraising responsibilities in line with BRAC UK’s ambitious new plan for 2021-2023 which will support BRAC’s strategy to change lives for 250 million people by 230. An essential member of the Strategic Partnerships Team, the Strategic Partnerships Officer will contribute to BRAC’s sustainable development and ongoing service delivery through new investment opportunities with High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) that would include but not be limited to the Bangladeshi diaspora in the UK and Europe.
The Strategic Partnership Officer will be responsible for supporting the development of a new strand of partnerships with key HNWIs in the UK and Europe. This new income stream has been identified as a key area that the UK team will build out, leveraging existing networks and developing new ones. With support from the Strategic Partnerships Manager, the Strategic Partnerships Officer will also be responsible for support on major donor, trust and foundation relationships and income (£10k – £1m plus).
This is a new, exciting division within an innovative team, with scope for high income growth given the depth and breadth of BRAC’s work. The BRAC family provides an open and energising work environment, encouraging cooperation and collaboration across the organisation. You will have a large range of options for funding to offer to partners, that allows for bespoke and strategic projects, to encourage donor interests whilst aligning with the mission and vision of BRAC.
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CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 1st June
To apply, send your CV and covering letter, outlining how you meet the role requirements, in no more than 2 pages to email@example.com (mark ‘Strategic Partnerships Officer’ in subject line).
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of submitting your application then you have not been selected to proceed.
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