Programmes & Partnerships Manager
About the role
- Location: Hybrid – a mix of home-working and time in our London (Borough) office
- Contract type: Full-time, permanent
- Salary: £44,000 per annum
- Reports to: Head of Programmes and Strategic Partnerships
- Closing Date: Monday 26th February 2024
This role is a key post in the Amref UK restricted income team. You will play an integral part in our strategy to increase the proportion of restricted income and the reach of UK funded programmes through the management of projects and partnerships - ensuring timely delivery, effective monitoring, and excellent stewardship of the accounts.
As Programmes & Partnerships Manager, you will lead on programme management, new business development, and provide line management to two team members. You will be responsible for providing overall quality assurance and oversight for projects and grants/contracts within a specified portfolio and managing related risks. You will also be responsible for maximising opportunities for new business, including proposal development in support of Country Strategic Plans and donor partnership strategies.
To apply, please submit a cover letter of no more than two sides of A4 that demonstrates your interest in and suitability for the role, and a CV no longer than 2 sides of A4, through the Hireful platform by Monday 25th February 2024.
Amref UK champions inclusion, diversity and equal opportunity in every aspect of our work. We appoint our staff on merit, respecting and valuing the wide range of ways in which they are able to demonstrate the potential, experience and skills we seek. Amref UK will consider supporting UK work permit sponsorship, however we cannot offer any relocation support or financial assistance. If you have additional access needs, require support with your application, or if you have any questions about the role, please contact Kate Burley, HR & Operations Manager at HR@amrefuk.org.
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