Coordinator, New Business Development Unit
Project Concern International
About the organization
PCI’s mission is to empower people to enhance health, end hunger, overcome hardship and advance women & girls.
PCI’s New Business Development Unit (NBDU) oversees the prospecting and strategic pursuit of federal and private donors to obtain funding for PCI programs as well as in support of broader organizational initiatives. NBDU facilitates the research, planning, prioritization and decision-making for all restricted funding opportunities and leads the coordination process for all proposals, ensuring the highest possible quality. NBDU develops and executes resource development approaches using evidence generated by a set of analytical tools which are part of PCI’s PURSUIT approach.
A passion for the mission and values of PCI
Bachelors’ Degree or relevant technical training with three additional years of work experience.
Three to four years of professional experience.
Excellent communication skills including writing, verbal and interpersonal relations and cross-cultural communication required.
Excellent organizational and time-management skills, detail-oriented, including ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks independently, and work in a deadline-oriented environment.
Ability to take initiative, develop/propose solutions, anticipate actions, and to use creative means to complete tasks.
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