The Individual Giving Programme Manager (IGPM) will be located in the Strategic Partnerships Branch. The IGPM will work under the direct supervision of the Chief of the Strategic Partnerships Branch, who leads organization-wide efforts to forge partnerships and resource mobilization to obtain new and innovative resources in support of the implementation of UNFPA’s operations.
The Individual Giving Manager will work to implement the UNFPA Individual Giving Programme, expanding the portfolio of individuals donating to UNFPA and progressively increasing resources coming through gifts from the general public. In this position, the Manager will work to Strategy qualify, cultivate, and solicit prospective donors , building a solid pipeline of one-time, recurring donors and high-net worth individuals for major gifts.
- Advanced University Degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Development Economics, Non Profits Management Social Sciences or related disciplines.
Knowledge and Experience:
- Seven years of increasingly progressive experience in fundraising from the general public and fostering partnerships with the private sector at national or international level. Solid and diverse technical and operational management experience in individual giving, fund-raising/partnerships/foundation development initiatives, resulting in significant revenue growth;
- At least five years of experience managing teams of fundraisers.
- Demonstrated ability to use data and insights to drive performance and growth and embed this culture in teams,
- Demonstrated success in fundraising from individuals and partnership creation in the private sector or UN system.
- Superior understanding and proven track record for securing and managing multi-year/multi-million dollar corporate partnerships;
- Strong diplomacy skills and political savvy; the ability to strategically and effectively navigate within complex environments;
- Ability to conceptualize and actualize goals consistent with a strategic, long-term focus for private sector development;
- Excellent communication skills (both written and oral); ability to eloquently articulate the case for support.
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