Manager – Resource Mobilisation.
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  • Full Time
  • Delhi

Website Breakthrough Trust

Breakthrough is looking for a Manager – Resource Mobilisation in Delhi who will support the in-house resource mobilisation team across various deliverables and in the overall management of the vertical. The work scope includes but is not limited to support with writing proposals, donor research and outreach, managing donor relations, contributing to donor communication and other operational tasks.

This role will report to the Senior Manager- Resource Mobilisation.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support in roll out of the Resource Mobilisation Strategy.
  • Contribute to proposal development efforts and other documentation like concept notes, award applications, due diligence work, ensuring efficient coordination with relevant teams.
  • Donor research and outreach, generate and manage new leads, this would also include research for potential RFPs, support donor engagement and donor relationship management to support donor retention.
  • Create, manage and update databases & internal MIS to record donor information and keep track of targets v/s achievements.
  • Represent Breakthrough in external relations with potential donors and donor networks and participate in meetings and/or events as appropriate and required.
  • In collaboration with the donor communications team, engage and support in organisational brand building including development of collateral materials to support fundraising efforts.
  • As and when required manage posts on social media for donation and other campaigns.
  • Support in the overall running of the vertical and take on tasks to support teams as and when required.

Skills, Competencies & Experience Required:

  • Minimum of 8 years of relevant experience in fundraising and donor management.
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Target driven and result oriented – ensures achievement of targets.
  • Ability to operationalise strategy along with excellent management and organisation skills.
  • Strong attention to detail, and interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a collaborative and consultative manner.
  • Strong networking and presentation skills.
  • Understanding of communication strategy and ability to translate key messages into content.
  • Previous experience working with a gender based organisation will be a plus.

About Breakthrough:

Breakthrough was founded in 1999 with the mission of using arts and culture to transform the gender norms that perpetuate violence and discrimination against women and girls. We did this by bringing these issues, thus far perceived as private, into mainstream conversations and inspiring people to take action for change. The usage of multimedia, art, and culture helped us connect with large audiences to enable behaviour change in them.

Breakthrough makes gender-based violence unacceptable by transforming the culture that permits violence, particularly violence and discrimination against women and girls. We work with nearly 1.5 million adolescents in schools and communities to mould gender norms and beliefs before they solidify into behaviour.

As we build their capacity by fostering aspiration, leadership, agency and negotiation skills, we enable a generational shift towards a gender-equal culture. When gender norms change, everything for the girl changes. Our work in communities are contributing to the steady rise in the age of marriage and the number of girls who stay in school.

Our mission is led by young people aged 11 to 25. As they rise against gender-based violence, we also support them with media tools that shape public narratives and inspire people to build a world of equality, dignity and justice.

Breakthrough’s Culture:

Employees at Breakthrough are expected to work in line with organisational values of Dignity, Integrity and Equity.

Breakthrough is an equal opportunity employer.  We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, colour, caste, religion, creed, gender, age, disability, economic status, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. We prefer people from marginalised communities, women and other genders. Our policies and procedures reflect our commitment towards child safeguarding.

Breakthrough is committed to the well-being of its employees and understands an individual’s mental health can impact their ability to work. Breakthrough recognizes taking steps to improve mental health and wellbeing of the employees is essential. We are committed to fostering an environment that promotes employee wellbeing. We recognize that well-being is not just the absence of illness, but the presence of factors that support a fulfilling life.

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