CARE is seeking a Regional Business Development Coordinator (RBDC) who will be a part of a growing IFS team. Reporting directly to the IFS Director of Bid Coordination, the RBDC plays a key role in planning, managing and coordinating CARE's response to funding opportunities with the US Government and other institutional donors such as the World Bank. Based in the Asian Region, the RBDC will work closely with CARE's Regional Management Unit (RMU) and Country Offices (COs) to help develop and manage relationships with USG and other institutional donors. S/he will look for opportunities to highlight CARE's work to build our brand, shape donor perceptions, and pre-position CARE for bidding on high-priority opportunities. Working closely with staff from COs, HQ-based technical staff, and other IFS colleagues, she/he coordinates the preparation, development, and submission of technical and cost proposals. This includes ensuring proposal quality, responsiveness, and compliance with donor and CARE requirements, including building capacity of country office personnel on donor regulations and promoting consistent adherence to best practices in resource mobilization.
Donor Relationship Coordination
Sourcing of Project Personnel
Education and Experience
International development, political science, or other related fields;
At least four (4) years of experience in developing proposals for USG and other institutional donors;
Knowledge of US government proposal requirements; and ability to work under tight deadlines;
Demonstrated writing skills with an emphasis on clear, persuasive language; strong editing skills;
Ability to negotiate effectively with international and local partners, including teaming agreements;
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CARE Nepal, like any other International Non Government Organization (INGO) in Nepal, operates through a basic agreement with Social Welfare Council, Government of Nepal that allows it to implement various community development projects and programs in the country. These projects and programs are guided by the government’s priorities, CARE's global programming principles and the need of the local communities. The organization works closely with various ministries and departments such as Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, Ministry of Health and Population, Ministry of Local Development, Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation just to name the few. CARE Nepal is also an active member of the Association of International NGOs (AIN).