Job DescriptionProject Development Manager West AfricaJob ref :
Reports to : Regional Representative
Location : Country Office
Salary : TBC
Contract type : Fixed term 2 years with 6 months’ probation. Extension to permanent after completion
Closing date : TBC
Our vision and mission
Our vision is of a world in which working horses, donkeys and mules are free from suffering.
Our mission is to transform the lives of vulnerable working horses, donkeys and mules around the world. We relieve their immediate suffering and create lasting change by working with people, communities and organisations.
Brooke is an international animal welfare charity working to improve the lives of working horses, donkeys, mules and the people who depend on them.
We reach over 2 million working animals across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Our staff include vets, animal welfare experts and advocacy and development specialists.
Our aim is to equip local people with the knowledge and skills to give their horse, donkey or mule a better life.
We are proud to be Brooke. We are resourceful, share new ideas and help each other succeed. Together we make change happen.
Purpose of Role
This is a new role, at a senior level, in Brooke West Africa, aimed at identifying current and new work suitable for restricted funding, particularly (but not limited to), Brooke’s refreshed Theory of Change, which seeks to strengthen community resilience and livelihoods through an animal welfare lens.
In addition the post holder would be responsible for leading on the development of resulting funding opportunities.
You will work with both the in-country senior team and the UK based Fundraising and Communications (FundComm) Department to develop high quality funding proposals for international regional and national funders.
This will include concept notes, proposals and donor reports for UK and international funders. As the central link between the country programme and UK-based teams, in relation to fundraising for West Africa, you will provide quality, timely and accurate information as part of the restricted funding management responsibilities in in West Africa.
Key Responsibilities and Duties
1.Research and identify new international, regional and national funding sources and partnership opportunities that will lead to new restricted funding sources and grow grant income.
2.Develop funding proposals for key international, regional and national donors in collaboration with the Country CEO, UK Programme Directorate and UK programme funding staff.
3.Work with Programmes and UK FundComm teams to ensure country programme plans reflect donor interests and funding trends that align with Brooke’s new Theory of Change.
4.Work with Brooke West Africa team and support capacity building on Fundraising
5.Scope International Development Organisations in West Africa to develop collaborations that can lead to Consortia development
6.Manage all restricted funding processes in country including coordinating the provision of quality, timely and accurate narrative and financial information, qualitative and quantitative data to both UK FundComm and UK Strategy and Performance teams and help ensure all donor reporting deadlines are met.
7.Stewardship of funded projects and provision of regular updates for donors and UK FundComm teams when required ; ensure the efficient implementation of the restricted funding process.
8.Together with the UK, coordinate country teams and provide capacity building, where needed, to ensure best practices and quality control for effective fundraising, management and stewardship of funded projects.
9.Act as the key point of contact and coordinator for all vests to the Country programme from FundComm staff.
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