Business Development Manager, Institutional
Who we are: The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (‘the Institute’) is an international not-for-profit organisation dedicated to making globalisation work for the many, not the few. We seek to equip individuals and institutions with the tools needed to address the most difficult challenges of globalization, and to create a more peaceful and prosperous future.
The Institute delivers practical and pioneering programs of change, and works to influence and change policy. We are an organization founded on the belief, and rooted in our experience, that policy change is needed if we are to address the causes of poverty, inequality, extremism and conflict.
As Business Development Manager, Institutional, you will be joining a growing team supporting the scale-up of funding and partnerships with institutional donors. As a member of the Institute, you will be joining an international staff of c.200, based in 20 countries.
Working mainly across the Effective Government and Counter-extremism areas, you will help position the Institute for contracts and grants directly, and indirectly through consortia or frameworks. You will work with the leadership, project heads, finance and others to secure funds, running the process starting from opportunity capture, bid writing, to award.
The role will serve as the primary fundraiser for institutional donor funding. This includes managing relationships, leading on the development of narrative reports and broader grant compliance, and providing support to special projects. Above all, we are looking for someone with strong knowledge of relevant donors, and writing skills, who is able to engagingly communicate the progress and impact of the work.
Expression of Interest
If you are interested in applying for this role and would like to receive the Application Pack (with full JD and Person Specification), please email [email protected]
Thereafter, to apply for the role a covering letter explaining your interest in working for the Institute and demonstrating how you meet the core criteria, along with a CV. Each should be no longer than 2 pages.
To submit an application please email your CV and covering letter to: [email protected]
The deadline for applications is 9am on Friday 10th March 2017. Successful applications will be invited to first round interviews on w/c 13th March 2017. If this date would be a problem, please let us know in your covering letter.
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