Business Development Manager/Coordinator

School-to-School International

About the organization

School-to-School International (STS) is a nonprofit organization based in Pacifica, California, USA, committed to improving the lives and learning of girls and boys worldwide through thoughtful research, practice, and partnerships. For nearly two decades, we have partnered with individuals, government ministries, nongovernmental organizations, private foundations, and research institutions to improve the quality of children’s learning through educational research and integrated support solutions for children in primary school. We have worked in more than 40 countries across the globe providing assistance in research and evaluation, curriculum and training, and policy and planning.


The Business Development (BD) Manager/Coordinator provides a wide range of support to STS’s BD and Communications Department focusing on proposal production, research, editing, external communication and partnership, data tracking, logistics, and other tasks. The position title – BD Manager or BD Coordinator – will be dependent on candidate experience. The BD Manager/Coordinator supports the BD Director, Sr. Editor & Communications Strategist, and Executive Director and may also provide support to other STS staff on an as-needed basis.
Responsibilities include Business Development, Fundraising, and Communications tasks.


•Bachelor’s degree in International Relations or another relevant field
•At least five years of relevant experience; international experience preferred
•Familiarity with large international development donors such as USAID and FCDO preferred.
•Strong writing and editing skills
•Excellent interpersonal communications skills and ability to build consensus among groups of colleagues
•Strong computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, Excel, and Outlook
•Demonstrated ability to follow instructions and carefully review work for accuracy
•Excellent organization skills with the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and meet deadlines
•Ability to act independently to identify and analyze problems and recommend solutions
•Fluency in English; fluency in additional languages such as French and Portuguese a plus.
•U.S. work authorization required; STS is not able to sponsor employment visas



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