Job opportunity - Bolivia
Position: Partnership Portfolio Manager
Location: La Paz, Bolivia
PURPOSE: The Partnership Portfolio Manager will lead the achievement of results through managing the in-country ChildFund’s portfolio of partners. He/she will be responsible for identifying, developing and maintaining strategic partnerships and collaborations with multiple stakeholders including: technical partners, resource partners, policy change partners, beneficiary partners and others in order to scale ChildFund’s impact aligned with the core intent, strategic direction and the Country Office CSP. He/she will be involved with the partners’ team members to develop specific Program/Project portfolio management, risk management, and overall asset allocation from ChildFund.
- Master’s degree or equivalent in relevant area required. Equivalent relevant work experience may be acceptable in lieu of degree.
- At least 10 years’ experience in managing partnerships to support community development programs or similar.
- Specialized in the strategic design and implementation of programs and projects with a rights approach
- Ability to operationalize agreements
- Experience of the tools and theories of social development projects
- Proven ability to prepare proposals for social development projects
- Excellent planning, organizational, analytical, communication, and decision-making skills.
- Excellent demonstrated analytical skills in the field of external and public relations, understanding of different stakeholders.
- Excellent demonstrated experience in managing the program cycle: planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation
- Demonstrated excellent networking and negotiation skills.
- Excellent and proven experience in strategic planning and ability to effectively articulate strategy to internal and external stakeholders.
- Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies.
- Proactive, initiative taker who builds partnerships and relationships within and outside of ChildFund.
- Proven skill in communicating with impact, respect, accountability, courage, excellence.
- Ability for effective negotiation, building partnership, facilitating change, collaboration.
- Demonstrated interpersonal skills, political acumen, risk management.
- Outstanding written and oral communication skills in Spanish and English required.
- Significant Travel to ChildFund’s geographic areas required.
ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION:
ChildFund International is an independent development organization that works for the rights and well-being of children worldwide, assisting more than 19 million children and family members in 29 nations. We have provided nearly $3 billion in services to children since our founding in 1938, with most of the funding coming from individual contributors through monthly child sponsorships. ChildFund works with 326 local partner organizations, governments, corporations and individuals to help create the safe environments children need to thrive.
Join a team of dedicated colleagues working to help change the future for over 19 million children across the world. Our vision is to win our employees’ hearts and minds and make ChildFund the nonprofit employer of choice. We do this by designing an employee experience that creates and nurtures a culture where our employees are passionate about serving and protecting children, drives and inspires employees to deliver superior results and allows each employee to freely and fully apply their hands, minds, hearts and spirits in all they do at ChildFund.
ChildFund International is committed to safeguarding the interests, rights, and well-being of children with whom it is in contact and to conducting its programs and operations in a manner that is safe for children.
How to apply:
Interested candidates should send their application:
before July 18, 2021.
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