RMMC Officer- The Netherlands Leprosy Relief

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Resource Mobilization, Monitoring and Communication Officer (RMMCO)- The Netherlands Leprosy Relief

The Netherlands Leprosy Relief (NLR) is a professional organisation working in leprosy and disabilities. Annually more than 200,000 new cases are detected, amongst which over 3,000 in Nepal. 

The organization is active in 9 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America with a budget of € 10 million. NLR Nepal has been established in the year1977. Its annual budget is around € 425,000 and it is active in 27 districts (all 14 in province no 1, Saptari, Siraha and Parsa in province no 2, Gorkha in province no 4 and all 9 in province no 7).

The main partner for leprosy control is the Ministry of Health of Nepal. In provinces and district level NLR Nepal works closely together with Disabled Persons Organisations (DPOs) and h other important stakeholders such as local governments, health institutions, universities and hospitals. 

The NLR Nepal team consists of 17 staff. NLR provides technical support, on the job training, and coaching to health workers, local NGOs and DPOs.

Position: Resource Mobilization, Monitoring and Communication Officer (RMMCO)

Role and Responsibilities:

Fund raising and communication

  • Conceptualize and develop institutional fundraising strategy for NLR Nepal.
  • Network and collaborate with Government Institutions, Donor agencies, I/NGOs, Private (individual) donors, and Corporates with funding perspective, nationally and internationally.
  • Establish and cultivate close relationships with government/corporates/institutions, responding to their requests, updating them about the work of the organization.
  • Identify potential donors nationally and internationally and conduct research on the prospective donors (through internet, newspapers, magazines, networking etc.)
  • Develop quality concept notes, tailored funding proposals, liaising with the program and finance department to develop detailed project proposals & budgets, for submission to Institutional/corporate/Government funding agencies.
  • Manage application process.
  • Participate in Institutional donor meetings.
  • To promote the work of NLR through presentations, the writing of PR materials, press releases, advertisements and media campaigns.
  • To engage, develop and maintain professional relationships with international funding organisations, local business organisations and local companies and other community organisations in order to promote the fund raising activities and organisation profile.
  • Ensure that NLR is visible in technical working groups and motivate staff to attend
  • Ensure that project-based donor reports are of high quality and fulfil donor requirements.
  • Communication with donors and ensure timely request for adjustments to donor contracts when necessary.
  • Recording and reporting to donors regularly in appropriate format.

Monitoring

  • Developing a monitoring and evaluation framework for projects in line with the Outcome Mapping model to ensure their outcomes are achieved.
  • Monitor all project activities, expenditure and progress towards achieving the project outcomes.
  • Arrange data collection, compilation, analysis, interpretation of data received from different sources and use them for monitoring giving more attention to LPEP project.
  • Recommend further improvement of indicators in line with OM approach.
  • Review the process and outcome of quarterly, half yearly and annual performance reviews.
  • Identify the capacity gaps in the field of M&E of Government institutions and boundary partners.
  • Support the implementation agencies of NLR NEPAL funded programmes in establishing a M&E system that ensure a successful follow -up of the planned strategies
  • Support in drafting the ToRs for Baseline, Mid -term and End of the Program Evaluations for each project
  • Participate in regular performance reviews and planning workshops.
  • Lead in writing the annual report and quarterly reports and other report as required.
  • Undertake any other tasks as assigned by the line manager and Country Director.

Requirements:

  • University Master degree from recognized and reputed university
  • At least three years experience in institutional fundraising and/or Monitoring in an I/NGO environment .
  • Effective proposal writing skills.
  • Verifiable and successful institutional fundraising, grant management, and donor liaison/reporting track record.
  • Advance knowledge/training in IT (information technology).
  • Strong familiarity with software, such as Database and operating systems, MS Office, Internet & Intranet.
  • Competent and proficient understanding of platforms, such as international M&E
    practices.
  • Ability to work independently meeting the deadlines.
  • Excellent communication, networking and liaison skills.
  • Experience in corporate and private fund raising.
  • Well organized, communicative and excellent interpersonal working attitude
  • Keen to take initiative and collaborate in a team
  • Excellent knowledge and skill of IT including database software.
  • Fluent in English

Terms and conditions

  • Salary & conditions: Competitive, matched within the NLR Nepal grading system.
    Note: People affected by leprosy, people with disability and female candidates are highly
    encouraged to apply.

Application process: MEROJOB.COM

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