|Grant Manager|| Post # : 103595|
|Date Posted :||November 12, 2015 |
|Location:||Delhi, India |
|Salary/Rate:|| 25 Lakhs |
Our client is an international organization that manages the philanthropic programmes of charitable entities established by family entrepreneurs. It builds on a heritage of charitable engagement that dates back to 1841. As the business grew and expanded globally, the generations of family entrepreneurs that followed continued and solidified the tradition of charitable giving.
Just like the family, whose philanthropic initiatives our client supervises, it has also always maintained a low public profile. A secular organization, it has 11 offices around the world through which they annually support around 3000 projects across 80 countries in the programmatic areas of education, society, faith and care. Through these projects their mission is to promote respect for human dignity and social justice. In each of these countries they work through local grantee partners and provide strategic advice on programmes and a full array of grant management services.
The head office is in Amsterdam, with the regional office for Asia being based in Hong Kong. The Asia Regional office is responsible for programmes in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong SAR China, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. In India the organization started its grant making activities around 15 years back and currently has 25-30 partners.
Reason for hire:
Our client seeks an experienced development professional to serve as the Grant Manager for India to administer as well as expand the organizationís grant making and capacity building activities in the country. This is a new position for India and is part of a significant growth of the organisationís presence and expansion in the region. The Grant Manager will be expected to work closely with the current Grant Manager based in Colombo and responsible for the programs so far in the South Asia region.
The role is to develop and strengthen the existing grant making strategies in India in line with the
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