Apply for the Vacancy for Director, Partnerships, and Growth, at USP in Switzerland. The Director, Partnerships, and Growth is responsible for leading on building partnerships, advocating for increased resources in core areas of the organization’s work with an existing and new donor, identifying high priority prospects (strategic partners and donors), and developing and executing institutional engagement plans to increase USP’s influence, collaboration and revenue with priority donors and partners.
Roles and Responsibilities
The director will have the following responsibilities
- Develops and executes macro-level engagement strategies to increase influence with and revenue from priority donors and partners
- Also, he/she contributes to business development strategies, including helping to establish new partnerships to realize our 2025 partnering and revenue goals.
- Likewise, leads the identification and analysis of emergent donor and prospect priorities and policies that impact USP’s Global Health work
- Also, continuously stay abreast of pertinent development both from a funding perspective as well as within key core technical areas and regions to define and implement appropriate strategies.
- Additionally, represents or coordinates representation by appropriate USP thought-leaders at high-level and other key meetings at key donor, partner, and industry meetings.
- Furthermore, leads to expanding the pool of potential partners, especially in the context of European funding, and by prioritizing complementary yet like-minded organizations.
- Masters’ degree in public health, international affairs, international development, or a closely related field
- Minimum of 12 years’ experience in international development. That includes at least 5 years in new business development, and/or international development practice globally, across several regions, including but not limited to Asia.
- Also, experience working in 2 or more countries relevant to the work of the Global Public Health team at USP
- Likewise, proven experience driving growth and increased visibility for an international NGO with European-based donors
- Additionally, the ability to make significant contributions to the development and execution of business plans, including marketing strategies and tactics.
- Demonstrated ability to negotiate, influence, and manage risk
- Demonstrated leadership experience and ability to generate interest with high-level external stakeholders, including with donor agencies and government.
- Additionally, proven ability to influence funding decisions as evidenced by the past track record
- Excellent oral, written, and presentation skills with the ability to present to senior-level executives and government representatives
- Also, the ability to travel up to 30-50%.
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