This is a unique opportunity to bring your highly developed interpersonal skills to a role which will really make a difference. The Partnerships and Donor Relationships Manager will work in one of Cambodia's largest, most successful and well respected NGOs - Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF).
Established 10 years ago, CCF cares for more than 2,300 students and 10,000 people annually through a significant array of Programs and initiatives. The work of CCF in Cambodia is supported by relationship development and fundraising in USA, Australia, HKand UK.
This role involves very personalised liaison and relationship development with corporate and educational organisations and individuals who express interest in contributing to CCF. The Manager works directly to the CEO, building engagement and financial and non-financial contributions from international and local partners and individuals, nurturing relationships to enable a positive benefactor experience. The role facilitates Corporate Social Responsibility programs, follows up after interest is shown and facilitates personalised and enjoyable visits to CCF by partners. The role also liaises with international offices, connecting colleagues to enable professional collaboration. The manager also contributes to strategic, organisational decision-making as a member of the senior management team and provides strategic oversight to the Volunteer program.
The Position Description outlines the key results expected in the areas of relationship management strategic planning and collaboration. The PD also outlines the key selection criteria including exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
This role is located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, is full time and a willingness to commit to minimum a two year plus contract is required.
The detailed PD and application form can accessed at: www.cambodianchildrensfund.org/jobs-at-ccf
Applications close 5pm, Friday November 20.
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