- May 17, 2023
- Posted by: strategia
- Category: Humanitarian Jobs
CARE is a leader in promoting a comprehensive approach to gender equality and empowerment of women and girls as key to its unshakable commitment to ending poverty. CARE’s work brings together communities, health centers, schools, food system actors, local organizations, and government partners to create gendertransformative, innovative, and sustainable solutions to ensure that marginalized populations are served.
As a member of CARE’s Program Strategy & Impact (PSI) team, the Program Design and Resource Mobilization Director (D-PDRM) plays a key role in positioning CARE as a global leader in Health Equity and Rights. The DPDRM will be the primary technical program design expert for the US government portfolio on the team and will report to the Director of Strategy, Planning and Operations, PSI division with steer and guidance from PSI,
Institutional Fundraising and Strategy (IFS) and International Programs and Operations (IPO) teams. They will leverage promising practices and core strategies that are cutting-edge, replicable, scalable, and documented with credible evidence to develop sound designs for program approaches, including learnings from other evidence-based programs within CARE and other leading organizations. They will engage extensively, internally and externally, in program design, proposal development and other aspects of resource mobilization.
- Resource mobilization planning and position
- Project design and development
- Compiling and Using Learning to Strengthen Project/Proposal Design
- Communities of Practice and Team Participation
- Master’s degree and robust professional experience in project design and resource mobilization, or a related
sector of development assistance.
- 10+ years of progressively responsible experience in project implementation, project management, or business development for large/complex and multi-sectoral proposals
- 10+ years of demonstrated experience designing projects and proposals in Health Equity and Rights for USG donor agencies
- Demonstrated ability to lead, coordinate and lead the development of technical proposals, such as leading capture teams, identifying, and securing strong partners, supporting solution development, and coordinate technical inputs to reach consensus in a timely manner.
- Experience in Health Equity and Rights
- Specialized geographic knowledge and experience working in developing contexts with culturally diverse teams
How to apply
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