JPO - Programme Analyst, Strategic Partnerships & Foundations
New York City (United States of America)
- Structured guidance provided by the supervisor, especially in the beginning of the assignment, with the purpose of gradually increasing the responsibilities of the JPO
- Establishment of a work plan, with clear key results
- Effective supervision through knowledge sharing and performance/development feedback throughout the assignment
- Easy access to the supervisor
- Participation in Unit/Team/Office meetings to ensure integration and operational effectiveness
- Guidance and advice in relation to learning and training opportunities within the field of expertise
- If more than one supervisor; clear agreement of the roles and responsibilities between the relevant parties
- Annual performance appraisal and development with the supervisor (PAD).
- Develop and manage large scale global campaigns campaigns communicating the impact of the organization’s work to mass audiences.
- Monitor progress of the programme against key performance indicators.
- Work with and manage client relationship management software.
- Prepare annual workplans and budgets.
- Develop business case for investment in projects based on cost-effectiveness.
- Develop market entry and resource mobilization strategies at global, regional and country levels.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Contribute to the design and development of strategic partnerships and products with a focus on fundraising from Foundations and Philantropic institutions
- Develop a strategic mapping of philanthropic stakeholders functional to partnerships around the three transformative results
- Support the Strategic Partnerships Branch Team’s efforts to identify and engage new shared-value and corporate partners, also in collaboration with Regional and Country offices.
- Develop high-value pitch proposals for funding in support of UNFPA initiatives
- Support the account management of existing high value partnerships with the aim of strengthening and nurturing value partnerships.
- Monitor and analyze key performance indicators to support and inform the delivery of results for the Branch and internal communication on SPB’s performance Support establishment of high value strategic partnerships with private sector
- Exemplifying integrity
- Demonstrating commitment to UNFPA and the UN System
- Embracing diversity in all its forms
- Embracing change
- Initiative, sound judgment and demonstrated ability to work harmoniously with staff members from different national and cultural backgrounds
- Achieving results
- Being accountable
- Developing and applying professional expertise/business acumen
- Thinking analytically and strategically
- Working in teams/managing ourselves and our relationships
- Communicating for impact
- Ability to analyze data and offer problem solving solutions.
- Excellent oral, written and visual communication skills
- Ability to meet and prioritize multiple deadlines and work within a multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment.
- Strong technology literacy.
- Ability to manage relationships with creative agencies.
- Strong project management skills with ability to plan and deliver multi-channel fundraising campaigns
- Strong negotiation skills and ability to bring on board colleagues from other units
- Strong ability to apply sales and client relationship management tactics to ensure success of fundraising campaigns.
Required Skills and Experience
- Postgraduate degree in marketing, communications, journalism, international relations, economics, business administration/management, social sciences or a related fields.
- At least 2 years of experience in partnership building, fundraising, external relations, marketing, communications in an international NGO or private sector. Prior experience in developing countries is an asset.
Excellent knowledge of oral and written Korean and English language
(a) MOFA will test shortlisted candidates for Korean proficiency
(b) A minimum of iBT TOEFL score of 107 or NEW TEPS score of 452 or
TEPS score of 800.
Under the UNDP/WHO JPO programme framework, the following position is open only to nationals of the Republic of Korea. For detailed information on the JPO Programme and recruitment criteria, please visit https://www.jposc.undp.org/content/jposc/en/home/how-to-apply.html
Age of applicant:
Not older than 32 years of age as of 31st December of 2020 (Born after Jan. 1 1988) (The maximum age limit for those who served in the military will be extended accordingly)
Male applicants should complete the Korean military service or be exempted from it. The maximum age limit for those who served in the military will be extended in accordance with the ‘Support for Discharged Soldiers Act’ and the military service law.
- Age limit for male candidates who have completed the service: Less than one year will be extended for one year;
- one year above and two years under will be extended for two years;
- two years or more will be extended for three years.
Applicants should submit the documents (in English). Each Int'l Organizations should provide space/section on their application page where applicants can attach all of the following:
- Scanned copy of applicant’s Resident Register
- Graduate or diploma certificate
- Certificate of English language proficiency. Applicants should submit a minimum of iBT TOEFL score of 107 or NEW TEPS score of 452 or TEPS score of 800.
- Only for male applicants: A certificate of Korean Military Service.
All applicants can apply for a maximum of two JPO positions sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea during the year of application.
For more details about the JPO Programme and recruitment criteria, please visit: https://www.jposc.undp.org/
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