Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong (Habitat HK) is currently seeking talented individual for the role of Assistant Manager, Partnerships & Donor Engagement. This is a new role. You will be a dynamic and motivated individual. You are an entrepreneurial and experienced professional who is excited about developing a sustainable income generation strategy across a variety of streams.
You will have proven experience in successful fundraising campaigns. You can demonstrate strong influencing skills, the confidence to implement and develop creative fundraising strategies, be able to demonstrate excellent stewardship, have a solid track record of building relationships and being collaborative across multiple stakeholder groups.
As Assistant Manager, Partnerships & Donor Engagement, you will be responsible for managing partnerships with key donors and supporters, maximising all potential income streams and seeking new opportunities to work with corporates, major donors and foundations. You will drive creative and innovative fundraising strategies, including campaigns with partners, liaising with corporate contacts and building and developing relationships with key stakeholders. You will monitor income, expenditure and resources, making sure that each partnership meets and exceeds income and non-financial targets.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Provide excellent stewardship to all donors including corporate partners, major donors and foundations.
fundraising strategies to encompass current and potential income streams including corporates, major donors and foundations.
Develop and manage a pipeline of income, including the development of new funding sources and multi-year partnership opportunities.
Grow corporate income through event sponsorship, partnership and packages.
Prepare sponsorship contracts and ensure sponsors’ benefits are fulfilled by Habitat.
Prepare presentations, proposals, plans and reports as necessary.
Note: The role, whilst clearly defined, is part of a fast-moving and evolving organisation and as such, the related responsibilities may need to adapt as the team grows. Any changes will be discussed with the individual but should be recognised as part of the exciting environment within which Habitat HK operates
Qualifications, Skills & Experience:
Degree holder in relevant discipline
Minimum 5 years of experience working with a non-profit organisation, preferably within fundraising, business development or donor stewardship.
Excellent negotiation skills and ability to ensure effective engagement of donors and external stakeholders.
Experience of using CRM systems (preferably Salesforce).
Good written and verbal communication skills in English and Chinese.
Proficiency in PC operations (MS based applications. English and Chinese word processing).
A good understanding of commercial and financial principles to improve performance.
Knowledge and understanding of international development and programming.
Competencies, Behaviours & Values
Flexible, positive attitude and with good interpersonal skills – experience of working with a variety of key stakeholders and building successful relationships, including remotely
Able to work independently and under pressure to meet tight deadlines
Ability and aspiration to learn fast and continuously improve
Ability to lead others
Comfortable with adapting to and driving change
Thrives on working in a collaborative, communicative and culturally diverse environment
Strong networking skills and ability to manage diverse internal and external relationships
Demonstrates commitment to the values of Habitat for Humanity
How to apply:
Interested parties should please send full resume with a cover e-mail and expected salary.
Habitat thanks all applicants for taking the time to apply. However, only shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview. All personal data collected will be kept confidential and will be used for recruitment purposes only. Habitat is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, colour, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.