|Lead teams of varying sizes Lead teams of varying sizes to complete proposals for government, foundation, and corporate donors. Applying knowledge of non-profit management and funding requirements, manage the strategic development and compilation of proposal documents, including completing and submitting proposals for government grants, contracts and other funding mechanisms. Research funding opportunities and prepare analyses to inform decision-making about opportunities to pursue. Write, review and edit proposal / funding-related documents like corporate capability statements, staffing and management plans, budget narratives, past performance references, key personnel bios, and graphics. Prepare organization to pursue funding opportunities, including pre-solicitation research, identification of consultants, staff recruitment, identification of potential partners and competition, and on-the-ground reconnaissance. Work with staff across the entire organization to coordinate technical feedback, costing information, and personnel documents required for grant proposals. Participate in and lead contract negotiations with partners prior to and during bid preparation. Maintain accountability for final proposal product, including setting and monitoring internal deadlines, managing technical consultants and their deliverables, ensuring high quality of proposal components, and completing components in compliance with donor requirements. Ensure budget and contractual components of proposal are accurate and complete in collaboration with program, finance, and contracts teams. Support the identification and recruitment of personnel, create job descriptions, and prepare staffing plan for proposals. Liaise with project managers, program staff, and field staff to collect and manage organizational information; seek strategic opportunities for technical growth; and obtain forecasting and contact information for strategic business development processes. Represent IntraHealth to an array of external clients and stakeholders like partner agencies and technical consultants.|
|Requirements||Master’s degree in International Studies, Organizational Studies or related field of study plus 4 years of experience in the job offered or 4 years of experience designing and implementing USAID funded programs including support of business/program development initiatives. Requires demonstrated project/program management experience including budget creation/management, design of program activities and writing work plans, organizing and delivering program activities, such as workshops, and identifying and managing technical consultants; demonstrated experience with developing and managing grant proposals for USAID grants, private foundations, and international donors, as well as understanding of funding for international non-profit organizations; demonstrated experience with partner/coalition relationship building and management skills at local, NGO and government levels, including experience negotiating formal partnerships; and working in low and middle-income countries. Will require occasional travel to employer's office in Washington, D.C. and internationally to various developing countries in connection with USAID-funded projects and grant process. May require travel of 2 to 3 week duration.|
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