Grant Development Manager (f/m/d)

The Frankfurt Zoological Society is an internationally operating conservation organisation based in Germany that has been supporting conservation projects in Africa, South America, South East Asia and Europe for many decades. Following its mission to conserve wildlife and ecosystems focusing in protectedareas and outstanding wild places, FZS concetrates its work on:

To support our team FZS is looking for a Grant Development Manager (f/m/d)

Third party grants from private and institutional donors play an important role in the implementation of the FZS global conservation programme. FZS takes a strategic approach when applying for grants and also strives to plan and implement projects to highest quality standards. Hence the core tasks of the position are to coordinate and/or oversee the planning and application phase, as well as project set up and reporting of third party grant projects within all departments of FZS. Processes within the organisation shall increasingly be standardized and "best practices" in relation to donor standards and procedures shared. In addition, communication with donors will continuously be maintained and strengthened. The job holder will also coordinate with regional grant coordinators (mainly in Tanzania and Zambia) and generally assist the projects upon needs.

Main Tasks and Duties

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

We offer

YOUR APPLICATION TO US

Please include a motivation letter, a CV, work samples and published references as well as qualifying certificates in your application. In your motivation letter please answer the following questions:

Also provide your salary expectations and the earliest possible starting date.

Please send your electronic application documents (as one single PDF) to jobs@fzs.org.


Please address to:

Frankfurt Zoological Society
Lysann Tscheschner, Human Resources
Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1
60316 Frankfurt, Germany
Email: jobs@fzs.org


APPLICATION DEADLINE IS 23 AUGUST 2020

 

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Grant Development Manager