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Resource Mobilization & Partnerships Fellow

Global Health Corps

This is a Full-time position in Lusaka posted 03/01/2022.

Resource Mobilization & Partnerships Fellow Jobs in Global Health Corps Lusaka vacancies in Lusaka at Global Health Corps

# Job Description

Global Health Corps is building the next generation of diverse health leaders.

We offer a range of 13 month long paid fellowship roles with health
organizations in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia and the opportunity to
develop as a transformative leader.

Everyone has a role to play in the health equity movement!

Global Health Corps GHC together with its partner National Organisation
for Women in Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation is inviting self-
driven, passionate, young professionals with diverse skill sets and
experiences to apply for this global health position for our 2022-2023
fellowship class.

Role Overview

The Resource Mobilization and Partnerships Fellow will work directly with
NOWSPAR’s strategy team to support evolving project needs in a fast-paced
environment. They will work to develop grant proposals, identify and build
relationships with potential and recurring donors, and represent the
organization at meetings and strategic gatherings. The fellow will also
support staff in preparing various types of documents, including
presentations, blogs and PowerPoints, support donor relations, and prospecting
new funders. The fellow will report to the Programme Manager.


Undertake resource mobilization efforts, including writing grant proposals,
building new relationships, and traveling for development purposes
Provide project of the grant application process, including primary
responsibility for narrative development and timely submission of grant
Enhance and position NOWSPAR’s brand strategically to increase funding and
resource generation capabilities
Respond to requests and invitations to strategic forums for networking,
relationship, capacity, and rapport building
Represent the organization at strategic gatherings to clearly articulate
NOWSPAR’s position on matters regarding sport and physical activity for women,
girls, and children
Undertake work plans, involving donors and critical stakeholders, for all new
projects to ensure consensus and alignment
Work with NOWSPAR’s management to identify potential funders and develop
written proposals for funding various components of NOWSPAR’s work
Assist with data analysis for donor reporting
Develop directory of all potential funders, donors, and corporations with
their contact information

Skills and Experience

Items indicated with an asterisk > are required
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including experience writing
grant applications or proposals>
Experience building and managing relationships with external stakeholders,
such as donors, partners, or other key stakeholders>
Experience using social media professionally for promotional purposes>
Ability to work independently, and effectively prioritize and execute tasks in
a fast-paced, open environment>
Strong knowledge and experience with Microsoft office applications including
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and co-working platforms such as Sharepoint and
Must be a team player, personable, and able to work well with others>
Experience working with development organisations
Experience working with donor databases
Demonstrated fundraising experience
Experience building relationships with corporate sector, foundations, and
individual grant makers

About the Organization

The National Organization for Women in Sport, Physical Activity, and
Recreation NOWSPAR is a Zambian non-governmental organisation that was
founded in 2006. NOWSPAR is a membership organization. We believe that sport,
physical activity, and recreation have the power to foster social change and
increase an individual’s quality of life. We advocate, educate, and increase
participation of women, girls, and children in sports. NOWSPAR aims at
encouraging and promoting engagement of women, girls, and children, including
people with disabilities, in all areas, levels, and abilities in physical
activity, sport, and recreation, for fun and excellence.

Fellowship Benefits

Fellowship benefits include a living stipend, housing, health insurance,
trainings, access to advisors and much more.

No prior health or international experience is necessary!

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Closing Date : 12th January , 2022.

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