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PEAS Promoting Equality in African Schools
London
£34,000 - £38,000 per year
Can you take the lead for securing new income whilst developing and delivering a first-class stewardship programme?
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London, Greater London
£34,000 - £38,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

We are passionate about the power of education in transforming lives, are you? 

PEAS believes that every young person in Sub-Saharan Africa should have the opportunity to go to secondary school. We build and run high quality schools in underserved rural communities where children previously had limited options after finishing primary school. Since 2008 we have built a network of 32 schools (28 in Uganda and 4 in Zambia) educating over 14,000 children and creating over a 1000 jobs. PEAS has strong external data of impact, happy funding partners and an excellent reputation within the international education sector.

At scale, PEAS schools and their support/supervision structures are financially self-sustainable. This means that there is a finite target for fundraised income. The PEAS school network is on a journey to becoming fully financially sustainable but, along the way, we need philanthropic partners to support our work. 

This is an exciting time to join PEAS, we are in the process of developing our new organisational strategy (2022-25) which will include several exciting new areas for growth in our work - so there will always be new ambitious targets to hit. The successful candidate will play a vital role in delivering this strategy. 

The Opportunity  

As Partnerships Lead, you will take the lead for securing new income for PEAS as well as developing and delivering a first-class stewardship programme for PEAS’ strategic partners (Technical Education specialists), corporate, major donor and trust and foundation supporters.

You’ll be joining a small team of extremely committed, proactive, effective and values aligned fundraisers. This team is well supported by the rest of UK, Uganda, and Zambia teams – we are proud to have developed a strong ‘everyone’s a fundraiser’ mindset at PEAS, thus avoiding the traditional division between programme and fundraising. So, the successful candidate will need to be able to collaborate and build strong relationships with colleagues in all three countries. 

This is an exciting role for an energetic and resourceful person with strong strategic, relationship, communication and organisational skills who will inspire and engage prospective and current partners with PEAS’ work to foster and continually strengthen long-term relationships.

The ideal candidate will have experience raising six figure amounts from a variety of funder types and will be able to adapt their style and approach accordingly. Experience working in Education and International Development is preferable.

Key areas of focus  

Proportion of time spent on each area are approximates.

  1. Manage a portfolio of funders to maintain and increase support from PEAS’ current donors which will include strategic partners, corporates, trust and foundations, major donors and potentially institutional funders (50%)
  2. Identifying and securing new funding opportunities (40%)
  1. Take an active role in developing engaging communications for current and prospective partners (10%) 

The ideal candidate  

No matter the role, we are looking for people who believe in what we do and how we do it; is passionate about transforming lives through education and aligned to our values. 

Knowledge and Experience

Essential

  • At least three years experience in account and project management.
  • Experience of preparing substantive reports, budgets, proposals, presentations and undertaking pitches to secure funding and support.
  • Proven track-record in meeting income generation and other targets in a fundraising or commercial context.
  • Excellent MS Office skills, particularly MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Desirable

  • Knowledge and experience in donor account management (ideally in strategic partners, institutional, corporate, major donor and/or trust and foundations), or similar roles within the not-for-profit or commercial sector.
  • Understanding of current international development issues and an understanding of, and commitment to, PEAS’ aims and values.
  • Experience working in an Education setting/organisation focussed on Education.
  • Experience working in Uganda, Zambia or sub Saharan Africa desirable

Skills and Abilities

  • Ambitious and goal-oriented, always looking to push yourself, and the team, to achieve the most you can in your role.
  • Flexible with the ability to adapt to a changing funding landscape.
  • Motivated to work to financial targets.
  • Proven ability to build strong and lasting relationships with senior external stakeholders and confident enough to make “the ask” to turn positive contacts into income for PEAS.
  • Ease in maintaining good, positive working relations with colleagues.
  • Ability to juggle priorities and work on own initiative.
  • Ability to lead and influence projects without managing those projects
  • Ability to motivate and inspire colleagues, including remotely.
  • Exceptional written and interpersonal communication skills with strong attention to detail.
  • Willing and able to work occasional unsocial hours and occasional travel overseas.

Benefits  

  • £34-38K based on experience
  • 28 days’ annual leave + bank holidays
  • Matched contribution based pension of up to 6% 
  • Flexible working
  • International travel
  • Being part of a small and friendly team who are all committed, supportive, driven and values aligned 

Please review the full job pack for full details including the responsibilites of the role and who we are looking for. 

Additional documents
Partnerships Lead Job Pack (.pdf)
More about PEAS Promoting Equality in African Schools
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PEAS Promoting Equality in African Schools

What we do 

PEAS is an international education not-for-profit with the mission to ‘expand access to ... Read more

Refreshed on: 01 October 2020
Closing date: 12 October 2020
Tags: Fundraising,Business Development

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