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Remote
£28,800 - £38,200 per year
Full-time or part-time (Flexible)
Permanent

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Job description

PIN is an international non-governmental, non-profit organization founded on the ideals of humanism, freedom, equality, and solidarity.

PIN’s founder and CEO was one of the student activists of the Velvet Revolution, a movement which began in Czechoslovakia in November 1989, just eight days after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The peaceful protesters called for dialogue, freedom and the genuine democratization of the country.  Our roots lie in empowering civil society and human rights activists, as well as delivering humanitarian responses in very challenging contexts in the early 90s

Our unique approaches and an ability to navigate complex, challenging contexts has led to PIN’s significant growth. We work in over 40 countries in 7 regions of the world, with an annual turnover of over 240m EUR. Internationally, we have a Relief and Development Department and Human Rights Department. RDD’s core pillars of work are Civil Society & Inclusive Governance, Climate Resilience and Emergency Response & Recovery. HRD works in restricted/closed civic spaces working to directly support civil society, human rights defenders and independent media. PIN also runs the largest human rights film festival in the world, One World.

Do you want to work from home, have flexible working hours, and work closely with an inspiring and supportive team? This role is for a motivated and goal-oriented professional with excellent writing skills and proven experience with programme design and development. You would become a key member of PIN UK and work closely with the Institutional Fundraising Unit and the Knowledge and Learning Department, a dynamic team of technical advisors and specialists, focusing on high-quality program development and implementation. You will be offered a unique exposure to a wide portfolio of PIN's work across humanitarian, early recovery, and development.

Your main responsibilities: 

Project design and proposal development (60%) 

  • Work with Country Offices to facilitate effective programme design, supporting collaborative and participatory processes 

  • Upon request lead/write/review proposals for FCDO, and potentially other institutional donors such as DG ECHO, DG INTPA, FCDO, SDC, GAC, GFFO, UN, CHFs, CZDA, etc., and private foundations

  • Ensure proposed projects comply with donor requirements and PIN strategic priorities, coordinate with other PIN units, especially compliance 

  • Coordinate required technical inputs with other PIN Units (especially the Knowledge & Learning department) 

  • Lead and/or support partner negotiations including teaming and pre-bid agreements 

  • Provide long-term support to specific Country programmes 

Strategic and capacity development support (20%)  

  • Coordinate PIN’s commercial contracts working group with support from the Institutional Fundraising Advisor (FCDO Lead). 

  • Coordinate closely with the Institutional Fundraising Unit, you will actively participate in strategic team and departmental discussions 

  • With the support of specialised HQ staff, provide capacity building to broader HQ and country-based staff on bid development, contracting, contract management and compliance with donor standards 

FCDO and UK donor engagement (20%) 

  • Support PIN’s global positioning towards FCDO departments, developing and coordinating engagement events 

  • Manage and update internal tracking and coordination systems 

  • Facilitate PIN's relationships with potential primes/partners to increase the scope of accessing FCDO funding opportunities 

  • Donor liaison and grant management where relevant 

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PIN UK View profile Company size Size: 1 - 5

We are locally-led and present in hard-to-reach areas helping people recover from crisis and build more inclusive and climate resilient societies

Refreshed on: 16 July 2024
Closing date: 16 August 2024 at 10:28
Tags: Fundraising,International Development,Project Management,Business Development,Business Intelligence,Climate Change,Commercial,Compliance / Quality,Content Writing / Copywriting,Disaster Response / Relief,Education,Gender / Gender Based Violence,Human Rights,Humanitarian Aid,Partnerships,Programme Management,Strategy,Women's Rights,Youth / Children,Trusts / Foundations

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