Fundraising Grants Associate

by Noora Health in
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  • Date posted

    February 28, 2024

  • Closing date

    February 28, 2024

  • Hiring location

    India

Description

Location : Bangalore 

Noora Health’s mission is to improve outcomes and strengthen health systems by equipping family caregivers with the skills they need to care for their loved ones.

Founded in 2014, Noora Health turns hospital hallways and waiting rooms into classrooms by tapping into the most compassionate resources available for the patient’s care: their own family.

With support from governments and partners in India, Bangladesh, and Indonesia, Noora Health has trained more than 3.5 million caregivers across 460+ facilities using their flagship caregiver education and training curriculum, the Care Companion Program (CCP). 

In a cohort of patients, the CCP reduced post-surgical cardiac complications by 71%, maternal complications by 12%, newborn complications by 16%, and newborn readmissions by 56%.

Noora Health was honored as a TED 2022 Audacious Project Grantee and recipient of the 2022 Skoll Foundation Award for Social Innovation. Featuring Edith Elliott and Shahed Alam, our Co-Founders and Co-CEOs, Noora Health’s mission took the spotlight at TED 2022 and was also featured in a 2022 Skoll video.

 

WHAT YOU WILL DO 

Grant Writing and Management (70% FTE):

  • Develop, write, edit, and prepare applications, reports, and other materials for a range of institutional and individual partnership opportunities. This includes project management of outreach to different team members in order to collect the needed information for responses.
  • Lead back-of-house support to current funding relationships, coordinating follow-ups, communications, and other work against upcoming deliverable deadlines, as well as monitoring organizational compliance against funding agreements, particularly with regards to communications.
  • Collaborate with the Fundraising and Finance teams on budget narratives for specific opportunities and overall organizational funding narratives.
  • Collaborate across the organization, both the Shared team and individual country teams, to support grant writing and reporting, including the People, Finance, Monitoring & Evaluation, Program Design and Design, and Program Delivery teams.
  • Collaborate with the Communications and Brand team to support the writing of quarterly and annual impact reports, as well as surrounding communications to funding partners. 
  • Identify opportunities for grants management process improvement, coordinating with the Development Operations Associate to implement creative solutions. In particular, support building improved (and ideally automated) systems for managing complex institutional grants and tracking restricted funding, and oversee the use of those systems in practice.
  • Develop materials and processes to improve proposal and report development efficiency.
  • As needed, assist with other partnership-related projects and provide operations and administrative support to the development team.

Prospect Research (20% FTE):

  • Scope new potential funding partners through research and relationship mapping, presenting summarized descriptions and potential next steps to the Development team for discussion and delegation of follow-up items. 
  • Support coordinating initial conversations with relevant team members and creating communications and other introductory materials.
  • Standardize and manage team-wide prospecting processes.

Development Communications( 10% FTE):

  • Work with the development and communications teams to support the development of cross-cutting organizational collateral for donors and other external partners, with a development and storytelling lens. This could include online and print communications, such as one pagers, website, blog, newsletters, and other materials. 
  • Manage standardized boilerplate repository and other tools to ensure consistent data and information is being shared using common communications standards, e.g. ensuring fundraising narrative is regularly updated.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR

  • 2-4 years of professional writing experience, preferably in a fundraising environment, with excellent written and verbal communications skills that can be tailored to different contexts and audiences. 
  • Demonstrable propensity for structured and logical thinking, as well as persuasive and relatable communications.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively across departments, cultures, languages, and time zones.
  • Superb attention to detail, prioritization and organization skills, and skill for system management and improvement.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and produce high-quality work in a deadline-driven environment.
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt in a rapidly-growing team and organization.
  • Commitment to social justice and global health equity.
  • English language fluency.
  • Familiarity with organizational software such as: Salesforce (CRM), Google drive, DonorBox, and Mailchimp

At Noora Health, we value diversity, equity, and inclusion, and we understand the value of developing a team with different perspectives, educational backgrounds, and life experiences. We prioritize diversity within our team, and we welcome candidates from all gender identities, castes, religious practices, sexual orientations, and abilities – among many others.

We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for positions at Noora Health.

 

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