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UK Government Partnerships Manager

BRAC, one of the leading development organisations in the world, is seeking a UK Government Partnerships Manager to play a key role in managing our partnership with the UK Government.

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

We are looking for an experienced Development Professional with a proven track record in partnership management and the ability to build strong relationships with a wide range of people across different countries and within UK Government departments, and the willingness and ability to travel regularly to Africa and Asia.

The UK Government Partnership Manager takes a leading role in managing BRAC UK’s partnership with the UK Government, to grow the partnership and to develop new funding and partnership opportunities with the UK Government departments responsible for spending Official Development Assistance (ODA).

The UK Government Partnership Manager will also take an important role in supporting the Strategic Partnership Arrangement between the Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) and BRAC in Bangladesh, which also includes Australia and with another major bi-lateral funding partner joining soon.

In 2019 BRAC global-wide developed a new global strategy and formed a new Global Board to lead this strategy. The strategy builds on the experience, results and relationships BRAC has built over the last close to fifty years, aiming to deliver more innovation in its programmes and impact the lives of at least 250 million people by 2030. The UK Government Partnerships Manager will play an important role in strengthening the partnership with the UK Government in support of the goals laid out in the BRAC global strategy.

Download our information pack to find out more.

CLOSING DATE: Friday 26th April  

To apply, send your CV and covering letter, outlining how you meet the role requirements, in no more than 2 pages to recruitment@bracuk.net (mark ‘UK Government Partnership Manager’ 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.

Safeguarding – BRAC UK takes its safeguarding responsibilities seriously, and has a range of policies to support effective training and reporting to protect people, particularly children, at risk adults and beneficiaries of assistance, from any harm that may be caused due to their coming into contact with BRAC UK.

Your Privacy – As part of any recruitment process, BRAC UK collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants. BRAC UK is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses that data and to meeting its data protection obligations under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations). Please see our applicant privacy notice for more information.

*No agencies please

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Strategic Partnerships Officer

BBRAC, 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.

Download our information pack to find out more.

CLOSING DATE: Saturday 10th April  

To apply, send your CV and covering letter, outlining how you meet the role requirements, in no more than 2 pages to recruitment@bracuk.net (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.

Safeguarding – BRAC UK takes its safeguarding responsibilities seriously, and has a range of policies to support effective training and reporting to protect people, particularly children, at risk adults and beneficiaries of assistance, from any harm that may be caused due to their coming into contact with BRAC UK.

Your Privacy – As part of any recruitment process, BRAC UK collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants. BRAC UK is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses that data and to meeting its data protection obligations under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations). Please see our applicant privacy notice for more information.

*No agencies please