Job title：1 Partnership Officer
Basic salary range RMB 5,000 - 10,000 (depending on qualification and experience)
Application deadline ：2018 January 31
Humana People to People China (HPPC) – www.hppchina.org.cn - works to create better development opportunities for disadvantaged people through solidary actions, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with those in need, striving for a better tomorrow.
HELP POOR RURAL CHILDREN IN WEST CHINA TO GET ACCESS TO PRESCHOOL EDUCATION!
ASSIST FARMERS TO FIGHT THEIR WAY OUT OF POVERTY!
REDUCE GLOBAL WARMING AND INCREASE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION!
CONTRIBUTE TO STOP HIV/AIDS IN RURAL AREAS!
Prospect. Cultivate. Ask.
The Partnership Officer will promote the existing work to mobilize social support for existing and future projects in the areas of village and community development, preschool education for vulnerable children, environmental protection, prevention and care of infectious diseases, and other poverty alleviation projects. The Partnership Officer will research possible partners, prepare meetings, assist in developing programs, and assist in negotiations with local partner organizations, government agencies, and donors.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
•Conduct the full range of activities required to perform research and identification of potential partners.
•Promote and present rural development needs and HPP solutions to potential prospects
•Develop and cultivate relationships with potential and existing partners through participation in public events, networking in conferences and workshops, liaising through telephone and email, internet research, face to face meetings and reporting
•Prepare, design and write grant proposals to foundations, corporations and individuals.
•Develop individual grant proposals tailored to each grant-making organization's preferences.
•Arrange and hold 12-20 meetings and presentations/month in average with prospects (plan with 1 week/month in average outside of Kunming)
•Write business plans for tenders and call for proposals.
•Assist with and/or perform economic, policy, and technical research and analyses relating to agricultural development, rural economic development, early childhood education, vocational and job-preparedness training, prevention of and treatment for infectious diseases, and other relevant sectors.
•Provide development input for all written institutional materials (including annual report, agency brochure, and newsletter).
•Perform other relevant duties as assigned by supervisor.
Skills and Knowledge Requirements:
•A passion to change the world and lead in building a harmonious society.
•Experience in Early Childhood Development or rural development / climate smart agriculture preferred
•An eloquent social mobilizer
•Strong written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals.
•Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies.
•Knowledge of fundraising information sources.
•Experience with proposal writing preferred.
•An understanding of HPP’s mission and exposure to the rural development work or education projects or related social experience
•Ability to work independently as well as in a team in a small office environment.
•Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques and database handling.
•Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize tasks to meet project deadlines.
•Ability to create budgets and implementation plans under supervision and direction
•Attention to details.
1.Bachelor’s degree and 5 years experience. Equivalent combination of education and experience acceptable.
2.Experience of preparing and presenting project proposals to and/or negotiating with national, provincial, city, county and/or municipal government representatives is a strong advantage
3.Fluency in English and Chinese, with excellent oral and written skills as well as bilingual translation ability.
4.Must possess a high degree of proficiency with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint.
5.Strong interest in world affairs and clear commitment to the aims and values of HPP;
6.Strong organizational skills and marketing sense, independent, creative, team-layer and ability to work under pressure and drive to reach targets;
7.Experience with the public and/or non-profit sector desired.
Please apply with a detailed CV, achievements and experiences, a writing sample in English and Chinese and letter of motivation, including expected salary and earliest availability in English and Chinese by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the subject field of your email message, please provide your last name and “job application Partnership Officer”.
Short-listed candidates will be contacted within 1-2 weeks. Applicants not invited for an interview within 4 weeks may consider their applications unsuccessful and their personal data will be destroyed.