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Qssr-frm-funding and Reporting Manager Kigali

Q-Sourcing Limited

Q-Sourcing Limited Kigali Rwanda

2 months ago

Position Title: Funding and Reporting Manager

Reports to: Park Manager

Location: Nyungwe National Park

Position Level: Head of Department within Park Management Unit

Primary Functions and Responsibilities
• Oversees the park’s grant portfolio, monitoring effective and compliant delivery of respective projects. This includes working closely with the financial controller to ensure correct allocations of donor funding and tracking burn rates, coordinating grant work plans and briefing the heads of department on key deliverables, providing required partner visibility, and monitoring risks to grant project components’ delivery. Represents the park in the quarterly funding calls, debriefing APN funding and finance teams on your park’s funding needs, grant delivery, and key operational updates;
• Maps out the park’s funding needs, and develops compelling funding packages, concept notes, and fundraising proposals among private and institutional donors. Ensures the proposals are closely... aligned with the park’s long-term objectives, business plan, approved budget, and monitoring program;
• Coordinates and collates park reporting, both for internal and external purposes. This includes collaborating with the heads of departments to ensure the right metrics to capture the parks’ impact are being measured and data is being entered accurately into African Parks’ reporting systems. Next to developing timely and high-quality donor reports that reinforce our reputation, developing park factsheets for engagement events, sharing monthly operational updates, making the communications team aware of highlights, and compiling analytical reports that inform data-based decision-making and performance evaluations for the park;
• Coordinates or collates park-level surveys, case studies, data collection, and analyses that inform impact assessments for donors and partners;
• Support the writing of operational documents such as business plans and special project descriptions;
• Where needed, provides support to carbon credit or other ecosystem service valorization processes, and facilitates park visits from key stakeholders such as donors.

Required Qualification and Experience for the Role
• Full professional competency in English and Kinyarwanda;
• At least 3 years of experience working in philanthropy, conservation, social development, or sustainable land use management and a good track record of working with donors, including with institutional funders such as the European Union, USAID, or GIZ;
• Strong writer and experience in developing external communications such as grant proposals and impact reports;
• A solid handle on Monitoring & Evaluation frameworks and ideally compliance requirements for various donors;
• Exposed to program development, budgeting, and detailed financial reporting requirements;
• Able to keep the team organized and focused on the critical priorities within a multitude of projects with deadlines, taking strong ownership of safeguarding and improving African Parks’ quality standards as the leading conservation organization on the continent;
• Good with people, a capacity builder, and sensitive to operating in intercultural environments;
• Resilient and flexible, able to work effectively from remote areas;
• University degree in Conservation, Biology, Social Development, Communications, International Relations, Social Sciences, or other relevant fields.


Updated CV in English language providing details of three referees, email address, and telephone contact should be submitted (with the attachment being in PDF) not later than 19th March 2023
Kigali Rwanda

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