Job no: 528007
Position type: Fixed Term Appointment
Division/Equivalent: Latin America and Caribbean Regional Off
Department/Office: Lima, Peru
Categories: Private Fundraising and Partnerships, NO-1
Post No. 111142
Job Title/Level: Corporate Fundraising Officer / NOA
Supervisor Title/Level: Fundraising Specialist /P3
Organizational Unit: Private Sector Fundraising
Post Location: Lima, Peru Country Office
Starting: February 2020
POSITION OPENED FOR NATIONALS OF PERU ONLY
Purpose for the job
Under the general guidance of the P3 Fundraising Specialist, supervisor of the post, and in close coordination with the PFP team, the post is accountable for technical support and assistance in the planning, implementation, launching of corporate fundraising strategies and corporate investment and makes impact’s evaluations of initiatives related to corporate and corporate pathway to pledge fundraising activities on children rights framed in the social and resource mobilization plan of the country office, either for gross revenues goals and for private sector engagement activities.
Key functions, accountabilities and related duties/tasks
Supports the preparation of the annual activity plan related to corporate and corporate pathway to pledge (CPTP) fundraising on children rights framed in the social & resource mobilization plan of the country office. Proposes key priorities, defines annual activity plans, establishes key performance indicators and provides relevant information on corporate and CPTP fundraising opportunities and trends in the country and its linkages with global initiatives lead by UNICEF.
Undertakes the implementation of the corporate and CPTP fundraising activity plan by mapping key stakeholders and potential allies, coordinating meetings with relevant counterparts, preparing presentations, participating in forums related to corporate and CPTP, drafting agreements and following up the implementation of activities agreed with partners.
Responsible for gathering information, developing contents and ensuring the quality assurance of materials, documents and publications locally developed or adapted from other countries regarding corporate and CPTP fundraising initiatives.
Monitors the performance of the different activities implemented as part of the corporate and CPTP fundraising activities of the country office. Alerts on major delays in implementation and proposes ways to overcome difficulties or challenges affecting the corporate and CPTP fundraising objectives.
Prepares progress and final reports and impact assessments related to the different activities and initiatives framed in the corporate and CPTP fundraising activity plans. Contributes to the preparation of the Country Office Annual Report, fills information in the Results Assessment Module and submits other specific reports required by PFP Headquarters regarding to corporate and CPTP.
Liaises with the different Programme areas, civil society organizations, PFP Headquarters and National Committees for UNICEF whose support and proper coordination is essential to achieve corporate and CPTP fundraising objectives.
A first-level university degree (Bachelor’s) in Business Administration, Marketing, Public Relations, or any other suitable related humanistic field is required.
Training in corporate fundraising desirable.
A minimum of one year of relevant professional experience in corporate fundraising including specific experience in cultivating relations with external partners, either in the public or the private sector is required.
Specific prior hands-on work experience in sales and/or partnership is required;
Prior demonstrated experience in high value and long-term alliances, as well as flexible, sustainable and predictable revenues is required;
Prior experience in new partnership development, including research, identification and generation of appointments and contacts is required;
Familiarity with Government and/or Programmatic Corporate Engagement is desirable;
Previous work experience with UN System and/or experience in human and children rights is an asset.
Language: Fluency in Spanish and English is required.
Core Values: Care, Respect, Integrity, Trust, Accountability
- Communication (II)
- Working with people (II)
- Drive for results (II)
- Relating and Networking (I)
- Persuading and Influencing (II)
- Planning and Organizing (I)
- Entrepreneurial Thinking (I)
This is a National Officer post in Peru, opened only to candidates with Peruvian nationality.
If you are a National of Peru and your competencies match the requirements of the post, apply to:
Last date for receiving applications is 2 December 2019
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.
UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.
Remarks: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.
Advertised: Nov 19 2019 SA Pacific Standard Time
Application close: Dec 02 2019 SA Pacific Standard Time
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Closes Dec 02 2019
Corporate Fund Raising Officer in Peru
UNICEF PERU Post No. 111142 Job Title/Level: Corporate Fundraising Officer / NOA Supervisor Title/Level: Fundraising Specialist /P3 Organizational Unit: Private Sector Fundraising Post Location: Lima, Peru Country Office Starting: February 2020 POSITION OPENED FOR NATIONALS OF PERU ONLY
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