Business and Program Development Lead Vacancy at PACT Nigeria, Thursday 24, May 2018 – Pact West Africa (Nigeria) is a Country Office of Pact, a global non-administrative and non-benefit association with its home office in Washington, DC. We imagine a reality where everybody claims their own particular future.
To do this, we construct fundamental arrangements in association with neighborhood associations, organizations, and governments that make feasible and versatile groups where those we serve are heard, skilled, and lively.
Pact West Africa looks for a profoundly experienced and qualified contender to fill the beneath position.
BUSINESS AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT LEAD
POSITION SUMMARY: The jobholder will support the Pact West Africa office in expanding impact by coordinating new business efforts. The jobholder will conduct research and be able to lead and drive engagements to actively grow relationships with traditional and non -traditional partners. He/she will also support program implementation of existing projects and enhance Pact’s visibility in Nigeria.
Business Development Role:
Develop and execute Pact West Africa’s strategy to engage traditional and non-traditional donors, including corporations and foundations.
Research and identify development trends, prospects, and growth opportunities; compile and maintain information related to key contacts, organizations, and overlapping interests with Pact programming.
In partnership with Pact supporting teams:
Seek out partnerships with the private sector; identify opportunities for partnership that drive business value and provide mutual benefits.
Explore opportunities and business cases for partnership that may include social enterprise, social impact investment, microfinance, renewable energy, artisanal and small-scale mining.
Facilitate discussions, negotiations and agreements with partner/funding organizations.
Lead/support proposal development and writing processes.
Represent Pact through attendance at donor, private sector and public-sector functions, such as events and conferences; cultivate prospects and partners and share relevant learning.
Enhance Pact’s visibility in the development sector in Nigeria
Strategy /Program Management Role:
Develop a mechanism for reviewing, monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the Country Strategy
Support Pact’s Monitoring and Evaluation Team to identify and document Key Performance Indicators and methods for program monitoring and evaluation, including beneficiary feedback loops for adaptability and learning.
Support project interventions to develop the capacity of state and non- state partners.
Ensure appropriate donor management systems, records and processes are in place, up-to-date and in compliance with Pact policy and practice.
Conduct regular monitoring visits to project implementation sites.
Participate actively in technical meetings and national working groups/task forces.
Masters in a relevant field (e.g. Social Sciences, International Development, Business, Development Studies, MBA) and 8-10 years’ experience.
Experience developing new business development strategies for INGOs.
Strong understanding of intersection between private sector interests and non-profit needs and how to bridge the two.
Successful track record of facilitating linkages between the private sector and non-profits, preferably in Nigeria.
Experience in public private partnerships is a plus.
Work experience in program design and management, implementation and/or evaluation for non-profits.
Knowledgeable in one or more of Pact’s West Africa’s technical areas (social enterprise development; microfinance; Small Scale & Artisanal Mining, renewable energy).
Competence using common desktop applications, including MS Word and Excel.
Excellent ability to communicate, establish and maintain high level relations with government, private sector and development sector players, including donors.
Possesses positive attitude, self-motivated, independent, can deliver results under stress and timely manner, team worker.
Excellent proposal and report writing skills.
Advanced knowledge of the development sector in Nigeria.
Pact is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors. Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply
APPLICATION METHOD for Business and Program Development Lead Vacancy at PACT Nigeria, Thursday 24, May 2018
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their resume/CV and cover letter on their suitability to: [email protected] The deadline for submission is close of business on Wednesday 20th June 2018, however applications will be considered on a rolling basis. All CV’s/resume/applications MUST be in either word format or PDF. Applicants MUST indicate the position applied for as the SUBJECT of the mail. Note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
DEADLINE: 20 June, 2018