The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is hiring for a New Business Development Officer. S/he will play a critical role in efforts to support the Foundation’s programs and key initiatives – currently active in 15 countries around the world to prevent mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and to provide comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services. The New Business Development Officer will work as a key member of the New Business Development unit to anticipate, prepare, and submit responses to new US Government, non-US Government, bilateral, multilateral, and private funding opportunities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Lead the development of proposals in collaboration with additional staff across departments (program, finance, human resources, etc.).
- Contribute to all aspects of proposal development including: opportunity analysis, partner negotiations, recruitment, preparing supporting documents, writing sections of technical narrative and supporting budget development.
- Analyze new funding opportunities for the Foundation’s programs from public and private sources.
- Lead efforts to gather and analyze intelligence regarding upcoming new business opportunities and prepare the Foundation to successfully respond to solicitations.
- Travel to Foundation country offices as needed to support proposal development; up to 30% travel required.
- Provide other new business development support to the department, upon request of the Senior Director, New Business Development and New Business Development Manager.
- Minimum of four years of relevant experience in new business development required with experience in international health and development programs.
- Strong proposal development skills and writing ability required, evidenced by successfully awarded U.S. Government grants and/or contracts or awards from other public and private sources.
- Experience in the HIV/AIDS international public health arena preferred.
- Master’s degree (MPH) in related field preferred.
- Experience working in Africa is a plus.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Proven ability to work effectively and multi-task as member of a dynamic inter-departmental team in a fast-paced environment.
- Demonstrated experience working with U.S. Government funding sources required; specific experience with resource mobilization from multilateral donors and private foundations preferred.
- Excellent communication and writing skills, with experience in drafting complex concept papers and proposals for international health programs.
- Excellent organizational skills, detail- and goal-oriented; creative problem solving skills, and ability to work towards specific targets and goals.
- French or Portuguese language skills preferred but not required.
- Ability to travel to support country program teams, up to 30% travel required.
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation - 19 months ago