Date Added: 9 July 2018
: 23 July 2018
Job Title: Resource Mobilisation Officer
Working For: The Royal Commonwealth Society
Salary: 50% FTE Circa £38,700 pro-rata including London weighting, excluding benefits
One year contract (renewable if funding permits)
Two autonomous Commonwealth organisations, the Commonwealth Local Government Forum (CLGF) supporting democracy and development at a local government level and the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) with a community, youth and gender focus have established a limited number of aligned / shared posts to enhance cross organisational efficiency and collaboration.
Employed on the staff establishment of the RCS at a flexible 50% FTE, a Resource Mobilisation Advisor will have a pivotal role across both organisations to directly develop partnerships and raising funds from corporate sponsors, philanthropies and high net worth individuals, support existing teams in the generating of income from key institutional / government donors, developing, managing and monitoring an integrated resource mobilisation plan for each organization, and exploring potential opportunities for collaborative projects.
Applications are sought from individuals with a relevant graduate qualification, at least 7 years proven experience in resource mobilisation across institutional, governmental, bilateral/multilateral and philanthropic funders and donors and with experience in developing proposals from concept to completion. Ability to work with donors as well as manage and build strategic donor relations, and a sound understanding of the donor financing landscape and processes is necessary.
Applicants with relevant experience in international development, local government and/or community development, the ability to work with teams and with the existing right to work in the UK are encouraged.
More details on the organisations are available at www.clgf.org.uk and www.thercs.org
A full job description is available on https://www.thercs.org/jobs/
Closing Date: 23 July 2018
Applications must be sent by 5pm. Late applications will not be accepted. Applicants must have the right to work in the UK without visa sponsorship.
Interviews are expected to take place during the first two weeks of August.
An up to date CV and cover letter (maximum two pages) should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org