Manager - Donor partnership

Posted By: Rainbow Foundation India


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Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Key Responsibilities • Maintaining effective & collaborative relationships with diverse donor organisations and compliance to donor specific needs. • Ensuring quality reports as per the donor requirements and formats. Coordinating with different state teams to ensure timely reporting. • Preparing track sheets and coordinating with State teams and other departments of RFI to ensure compliance. • Regular Capacity building of the focal persons in the state teams those responsible for donor reporting. • Developing national level proposals as per the requirements of the donors and RFI and helping the state teams to develop proposals as per the needs of the state program. • Preparing implementation guidelines of various donor supported projects and organising inception trainings to support the state implementation teams • Coordinating implementation status of various donor funded projects with various state units of RFI and compiling status reports • Facilitating visits of different donor

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

Ability to conceptualise programs and develop technical projects for institutional donors High quality writing and communication skills Conversant with developing log frames and reporting based on Log frame Ability to work with diversified teams and a good team player Willingness to travel as required by the program needs Strong social perspectives on structural causes of the poverty Ability to develop monitoring tools, formats as per the project needs Familiarity of working with the Government systems & experiencing managing NGO partnerships/ programs Ability to perform multiple tasks efficiently & managing emergency situations Speaks , reads and Write English & Hindi fluently

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Rainbow Foundation India
  • About Organization:Rainbow Foundation India is a national umbrella organization functioning for comprehensive residential care of former street children, living and working on the streets in partnership with 26 partner NGOs and Government. Today we have a total of 3468 children cared by us with 2680 girls in Rainbow homes and 788 boys in SnehGhars who are living a new life of hope and independence after giving up the street existence of turmoil, suffering and despair. Having headquarters in Hyderabad, we are working in collaboration with the local state governments in 7 cities – Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Patna, Kolkata, Delhi & Pune and also aim to expand the program to other cities in India. We work with local organizations in establishing and running homes to vulnerable and homeless children. Please refer to our website, more details about our work with children.