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Conducts analysis of the platform to identify the category gaps that inform the Supplier recruitment strategy, works to ensures the gaps are closed and increases the win rates for Suppliers in the platform and provides management reports for strategic decisions;
Leads in partnership development with industry and trade associations, Business Membership Organizations, Government agencies, public service organizations in the overall management of the vertical linkages and horizontal linkages;
Assists in supporting relationships with key Buyer accounts, Suppliers and Partners and works to deliver positive engagement;
Leads in organizing Supplier activation with Partners and Buyers and others, in order to meet the targeted Supplier recruitment targets in order to support the Buyer. Works closely with Account Managers, Partner representatives to organize sensitization forums in acquiring the Partner Buyers’ Supply chains;
Continually develops strategies and tactics that enhance the Supplier experience and engages Suppliers in increasing the uptake of other platform products to their satisfaction.
Drives a robust strategy for Supplier recruitment, engagement and retention for Platform credibility;
To ensure the platform operates within its financial budgets, run forecast including managing cash-flow
Managing multiple projects in a manner that focuses the team and drives results
Excellent communication and people skills, with an ability to partner with a dynamic and youthful team
Possess high standards of personal integrity, ethics and commitment to the mission of ZamB2B
We are seeking a smart, dedicated and analytical or field research professional to be an MEL Associate located in Zomba, Malawi. Overall, the MEL Associate will be responsible for using data to continually improve our operations, and impact on our customers. The MEL department operates like an in-house research institution and the results are used first and foremost to inform program decision-making and to rigorously understand impact.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Goal-oriented survey design, field-testing of survey instruments, and revision.
Innovate to ensure efficient and action-oriented data collection and results.
Conduct data analysis and write reports to draw both early and final conclusions and actionable results.
Work closely with the Field teams to ensure the M&E results and recommendations are understood and acted upon.
Supervision of local MEL management including Field Coordinators, MEL Specialists, and Data Coordinators which support a team of ~30 full-time enumerators. This will include the following duties:
Regular mentor-ship of MEL team members through field visits, meetings, and career reviews.
In-field supervision of key MEL activities, with an eye to "perfect" quality standard.
Quality-control and supervision of data collection processes.
Overseeing in-field follow up on errors.
Oversee the hiring and development of MEL staff.
Update hiring protocols when necessary and use them to hire top-quality data collectors.
Conduct regular trainings to improve skills of local MEL leads.
Appropriately deal with under-performing staff.
This role will report directly to the Head of Fundraising, and represents a senior leadership role on the 30-person team. This position will provide oversight of the day-to-day running of the fundraising department and strategic input on team structure, systems, and portfolio.
Strong candidates must have excellent communication and management skills, be highly organized, and be capable of expertly handling a large, complex scope of people and funding projects.
This role will work with the Head of Fundraising and senior fundraisers on the team to pursue an $80M annual fundraising portfolio, made up of donors from across the public, institutional, and individual donor segments.
The company is fortunate to work with some of the world’s most innovative global funding partners. Their diverse funding partners represent high stewardship responsibility, and this role must be able to collaborate across their writing, finance, and compliance teams to support responsible management of their dynamic portfolio.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
40% of your time:
Day-to-day fundraising team oversight: Provide day-to-day oversight of key fundraising activities across the department, including:
Prospecting: Work with team members to design and evaluate research projects - to analyze new geographies and markets, identify new donors, and unlock new network-building opportunities - to build our pipeline of future funding prospects.
Proposal and report writing: Work with grant writing team to design compelling grant proposals and reports. While this role will not directly write grants, we are looking for a candidate with strong writing skills, and the proven ability to communicate complicated ideas in a clear, simple, and inspiring way.
Donor meetings and presentations: Work with senior fundraisers to ensure thoughtful and strategic donor interactions, via meeting prep advice, talking point review, and presentation review.
Portfolio analysis and strategy: Work with Head of Fundraising to evaluate and prioritize growing pipeline of new funding opportunities, and design strategies for pursuing.
20% of time: Fundraising Origination:
Independently build a pipeline of fundraising opportunities, from foundations, governments, and individuals across the globe. Leverage this pipeline to steadily build own fundraising portfolio, and/or to open up funding opportunities for other senior fundraisers on the team. Directly contribute to the department’s annual fundraising goals.
20% of time: Team-Wide Initiatives
Design and execute high-value team-wide initiatives in collaboration with the Head of Fundraising, including annual budgeting, team hiring, managing and reviewing team-wide systems/structures, and pushing forward key process innovations and improvements.
20% of time: Strategic Input
At the Fundraising Team level - Design and manage the Fundraising department’s annual OKRs (Objectives and Key Results), working through and with other leaders on the team. Additionally, contribute to the long-term fundraising strategy in collaboration with the Head of Fundraising, the CEO, and senior fundraisers on the team.
At the Org-Wide level - Work with senior leadership across the organization, on partnership design, resource allocation, and fundraising-field team collaboration.
Work in collaboration with colleagues, implementing partners, and stakeholders to oversee implementation of monitoring & evaluation, economic development and health programs in Zimbabwe.
Lead and/or coordinate data collection, entry, analysis and reporting for all M&E and research data
Lead the capture, editing and packaging of program success stories
Provide training to management, implementing partner staff on M&E topics and data collection forms
Provide technical guidance on the development, implementation and evaluation of pilot projects, operations research, and program evaluations in partnership with implementing organizations
Support documentation of lessons learned, reporting, and presentation
Assist with program reporting and additional management activities at the request of the M&E Director and Country Director
Communicate and work closely with the Country Director and M&E Director in Cape Town, South Africa
Experience implementing and training others on M&E systems (data collection, interpretation, analysis)
Experience designing research or special studies and using data analysis software such as SPSS/STATA
Excellent administration, communication and management skills
Strong planning and organizing skills
Dynamism, independence, creativity
Possession of own car and valid driver’s license beneficial