Resource Mobilization Officer Job Careers – Q-Sourcing Limited (NGO)

Job Title:       Resource Mobilization Officer
Organization: Q-Sourcing Limited (NGO)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
About US:
Q-Sourcing
Limited is a manpower management solutions firm operating in the East African
Region in the countries of Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and South Sudan. They would
like to recruit for a valuable client, an NGO.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
1. Networking and
Partnerships with both Corporate Companies and NGOS.
  • In charge of building, maintaining and strengthening
    partnerships to promote CGC and to increase the organization’s visibility.
  • Manage current corporate partnerships,
    suggesting a number of ways to build on these relationships, maximising
    engagement with employees at all levels.
  • Represent CGC in different partner’s events
    including workshops, seminars and where necessary prepare presentations on
    CGC’s work.
  • Develop standard partnership and corporate
    contracts
2. Managing of Trusts and
Grant-making Bodies:
  • In charge of researching and submitting
    funding proposals and applications to Grant Making Bodies, in consultation
    with the Executive Director and CGC Finance Committee.
  • Oversee the maintenance and regular update of
    the CGC Donor database both existing and Potentials to inform future
    relationships in line with organisation objectives.
  • Build strong working relationships with
    existing trust supporters, writing reports to meet deadlines and
    submitting further applications for funding.
  • Manage and lead the identification of, and
    approaches to trusts and foundations that have not previously supported
    CGC, building on an annual calendar of key prospects.
  • Identify and secure funding from overseas
    foundations.
  • Develop core generic trust proposals for each
    programme that requires funding.
  • Write tailored proposals, addressing
    programme priorities or requirements.
  • Develop and maintain reporting and
    application systems and coordinate information with field offices
  • Regularly monitor donor websites to identify
    prospective funding opportunities
3. General Fundraising:
  • In charge of implementing CGC Fundraising
    Strategy (Including Corporate, Trusts, Grants and Community).
  • Organizing local fundraising events to
    promote CGC’s activities and increase funding base.
  • Actively contribute new ideas for fundraising
    and identify suitable funding initiatives, calls for proposals etc.
  • Produce detailed annual action plans on
    specific areas of responsibility outlined above, identifying areas for
    growth and development and outlining measurable objectives.
  • Objectively review the success and
    achievements against agreed targets, identifying strengths, weaknesses and
    areas for development.
  • Maintain organised hard and soft files of all
    fundraising information.
  • Actively participate in the day to day work
    of the organisation – such as reporting, attending team as required, and
    taking a flexible approach to general administrative and support tasks.
  • Participate in staff appraisals and
    appropriate training for the role.
  • Initiate trainings on Resource Mobilisation
    including proposal writing.
4. Public Relations and
Communications:
  • Significantly contribute to the production of
    the Annual Review and Newsletter, including writing copy, liaising with
    printers and designers, distribution to country offices and donors.
  • Ensure the website fundraising and communications
    information is up to date.
  • Collate case studies, photographs and information
    from the field.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The applicant should hold a BBA – Marketing,
    SWSA, Social Sciences and further training in Fundraising and Resource
    Mobilization, project planning management, Public Relations, and Proposal
    Writing
  • A minimum of three years’ experience as
    Resource Mobilization Officer in reputable NGOs
  • Broad working knowledge of external
    relations, policy analysis and relationship development involving donors
    and external partners.
  • Proven capacity to analyze and explain
    innovative financing.
  • Working knowledge of financial mechanisms for
    non-budget contributions from donor countries.
  • Knowledge of specific features of corporate
    social responsibility.
  • Computer literacy skills especially in writing
    and monitoring.
  • Ability to think creatively and in a
    proactive manner.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Proven ability to communicate clearly and
    effectively
How to Apply:
All
suitably qualified and interested are encouraged to send their cover letters
and updated CVs including three referees (two of whom should have been direct
supervisors) to our e-mail to: recruitment@qsourcing.com
Address
all your applications to:
Human
Resources Office,
Q-Sourcing
Limited (U),
Plot
14/16 Semawata Road, Ntinda
P.O.
Box 12883, Ntinda, Kampala, Uganda
Note: Kindly mark your application as
“Application_
Resource
Mobilization Officer” in the subject line of your email. Only shortlisted
applicants will be contacted.
Deadline: 14th March 2016 by 5:00PM

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