Partnerships Manager

Integrate Health

About the organization

Integrate Health (IH) is a small and rapidly growing global health organization working
to serve poor communities in West Africa and New York. We believe that access to
healthcare is a human right, and we are committed to making this a reality in the
countries in which we work. We have developed a primary healthcare approach that
works, leveraging community health workers and improved care in public sector
clinics to deliver better health outcomes and strengthen national healthcare systems.
Having demonstrated our approach in a catchment area that serves 90,000 people,
we are scaling our model to cover 240,000 people by 2021 and are supporting the
Government of Togo in its efforts to achieve universal health coverage. For more
information on Integrate Health, please visit www.integratehealth.org.

Duties

1. Support organizational partnership strategy
• Actively support the cultivation and maintenance of relationships with key partners,
including foundation, corporate, individual, government, and technical partners
• Help to identify new business development opportunities
• Maintain a deep understanding of IH’s overall funding needs and strategy and
work to ensure IH exceeds funding targets
• Attend and represent IH at conferences, donor meetings, donor site visits to Togo,
and other events as requested
• Serve as staff liaison to Board of Directors Partnership Committee and establish
personal relationship with all board members to ensure IH is maximizing their
engagement
2. Ensure effective implementation of grant management system
• Report to Board of Directors, CEO, and Chief Partnership Officer on cashflow
projections and fundraising targets
• Oversee grants strategy and system from prospecting through application,
reporting, maintenance, and renewal
3. Oversee external communication related to development and partnership across US
and Togo
• Develop and oversee segmented strategies for communicating with donors and
partners across US and Togo including events, online campaigns, email
communication, social media, etc.
• Ensure the timely and accurate production and dissemination of relevant program
information to partners, including quarterly and annual reports
4. Manage and support a dynamic team to ensure effective implementation of strategy

Qualifications

Ability to synthesize information and re-frame information to particular audiences
• Diplomatic and humble learner with the ability to listen
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and spoken), with
demonstrated ability to earn respect of colleagues and partners from diverse
backgrounds
• Professionalism and ease of communicating in formal, external-facing settings required
• Minimum 3 years of experience in development at a not-for-profit organization
required
• Experience managing a team required
• Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in development, global health, or related
preferred
• Must be extremely detailed-oriented, organized, and efficient
• Must be committed to social justice and to the fundamental rights of the poor
• English and French fluency required
• Minimum three years professional experience with demonstrated increased
responsibility required

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Please submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with
Partnerships Manager Application in the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will
be contacted. The application deadline is rolling. Interested applicants are strongly
encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

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