KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive)
1. Implement the work plan for assigned area by delivering activities that maintain and develop private sector partnerships to raise funds in support of WFP strategic priorities.
2. Contribute to the management of a portfolio of partnerships, soliciting contributions, providing on-going donor stewardship and assessing results in order to maximise resources raised for WFP, in line with internal policies and external regulations.
3. Provide support and guidance to technical units, regional bureaux and country offices in order to assist them to effectively mobilise private sector resources.
4. Contribute to the preparation proposals and sales presentations in order to effectively “sell and market” WFP to private sector prospects.
5. Conduct prospect research; identify, analyse and provide data to others to support them in identifying private sector entities that can help achieve WFP’s strategic objectives.
6. Support the sales process by coordinating activities and providing data that enables senior officers to manage and respond to the new opportunities, and negotiate advantageous contributions and partnership agreements.
7. Guide and supervise more junior staff, acting as a point of referral and supporting them with more complex analysis and queries.
8. Collate, analyse and report on internal and external data to enable informed decision-making and action planning by senior stakeholders, and provide consistent information to donors on use of funds.
9. Contribute data and ideas to the development of new strategies to better secure and steward private sector donors by channel (individuals, corporate, foundation, NGO).
10. Represent WFP at international meetings in such a way that advances the private sector partnership strategy and objectives, and builds support for WFP activities.
11. Work in collaboration with other WFP units to align activities and ensure that proposed partnerships support the corporate strategic objectives and provide value.
12. Follow standard emergency preparedness practices to ensure WFP is able to quickly respond and deploy food and needed resources to affected areas at the onset of a crisis.
13. Other as required.
STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education: Advanced University degree in Political Science, Public Policy, International Development, Development Economics, Marketing Communications or other relevant field, or First University degree with additional years of related work experience and/or trainings/courses.
Experience: At least five years of work experience in a programme, fund or agency of the
United Nations in the areas of resource mobilization, external relations, partnerships, communications, public information or programme support
Languages: Excellent spoken and written English and Arabic.
- Job Location
- Cairo, Egypt
- Company Industry
- Non-profit Organization
- Company Type
- Non-Profit Organization
- Job Role
- Support Services
- Employment Type
- Monthly Salary Range
- Number of Vacancies