UK_PDDS_202106 - Programme Design and Development Specialist

Posted: 24/06/2021 16:57
Start Date: Not Available
Salary: £42,723 gross per annum
Location: UK
Level: Business Development
Deadline: 25/07/2021 23:59
Hours: 35.00
Benefits: UK benefits
Job Type: Indefinite

Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Programme Design and Development Specialist to join our team in London, UK.

Malaria Consortium seeks a Programme Design and Development Specialist to work in its Business Development team. The post holder will work closely with technical and programme teams at headquarters, regional and country level to develop technical aspects of competitive public health proposals to a range of institutional and non-institutional donors. This role will also lead on system development and capacity building to design and implement an organizational project design system; and conduct training and capacity building with country and regional staff. The role will also collaborate with colleagues on new country scoping and set up.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Demonstrated experience working in international development, global health or business development.
  • Experience in managing international health programmes in developing countries
  • Extensive experience in development of bid applications for institutional donors including USAID, UNICEF, DFID and Europe Aid for health programmes
  • Experience of developing proposals for trusts and foundations
  • Proven experience in managing complex projects with multiple stakeholders under rigorous deadlines;
  • Proven relationship building skills and ability to work collaboratively and effectively in cross-cultural settings and with a wide variety of organisations;
  • Experience in leading the design and writing of successful competitive proposals and tenders for public health programming for commercial bids and for grants
  • Strong project management skills/experience
  • Experience in delivering training and capacity building for colleagues
  • A Masters  in Public Health, Epidemiology, Development Studies or similar fields, or equivalent practical experience demonstrating a  strong focus on global health technical writing
  • Right to work in the UK

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