Institutional Fundraising Manager

Institutional Fundraising Manager

Harris Hill is delighted to be assisting one of the world's largest network of civil society organisations, Publish What You Pay (PWYP), in the search for a new Institutional Fundraising Manager to join their office in London.

PWYP is an international network that works in more than 40 countries, striving to ensure that the revenues generated from natural resource exploitation, like oil and minerals, benefits the many and not the elite few. PWYP has more than a 15-year history, which has seen them grow from a handful of organisations in 2002, to encompassing over 700 member organisations across the world today. PWYP's work means that global extractive companies now have to publish what they pay to governments for their natural resources. This work has been an unbridled success in the public disclosure of billions of dollars- a level of transparency that seemed mythical only a few years ago.

PWYP are looking for an experienced Institutional Fundraiser to join their vibrant team and adequately fill this new vacancy. The successful candidate will play a key role in leading proposal conceptualisation and writing to ensure that PWYP grasp the new fundraising opportunities presented by PWYP's new global strategy. In addition, she/he will help PWYP to steward their existing donor relationships through report writing and the development of systems to ensure that they meet donor accountability requirements effectively. The Fundraising Manager is a newly created position to help professionalise PWYP's fundraising and to shape and implement a fundraising strategy aligned with PWYP's 2020-2025 strategy Vision 2025 which lays out the roadmap towards a world where everyone benefits from their natural resources. Whilst the role is based in London, you, as the postholder, will be in contact with links all over the world, in countries like: US, Cameroon, Turkey and Uganda.

To be considered for this role you will need to be well versed in building and managing relationships with current and future sources of funding. It is essential that you have the willingness to partake in flexible working in a fast-paced team environment with colleagues from all over the world. Significant experience of successful fundraising from private donors and governmental bodies will be essential along with outstanding written communication skills and project management skills.

If you would like to receive a full job specification for this role or have a confidential conversation, please send your cv to natalie.lawford@harrishill.co.uk or call Natalie at Harris Hill on 0207 820 7336.

This is a rolling recruitment so early applications are encouraged.

Only suitable candidates will be contacted.

We look forward to hearing from you.