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ИНФОРМАЦИОНЕН ПОРТАЛ ЗА НЕПРАВИТЕЛСТВЕНИТЕ ОРГАНИЗАЦИИ В БЪЛГАРИЯ




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Development and Fundraising Specialist

Дата на публикуване:
16 ноември 2022 г.
Валидна до:
01 декември 2022 г.
Име:
Заедно в час
Област:
София
Град/Село:
София
Пощенски код:
1124
Адрес:
бул. Цариградско шосе 23
Телефони:
(02) 9880688, 0893 322 377
Ел. поща:
info@zaednovchas.bg
Тип:
Работа

Teach For Bulgaria (Заедно в час) is looking for a Development and Fundraising Specialist who will support the financial sustainability of the organization by building strong partnerships with existing and new supporters and securing new funding opportunities from a diverse mix of sources. The new team member must be driven by our shared mission: to work towards a future, in which every child in Bulgaria will have access to quality education and be able to reach their full potential.

We are looking for a candidate who:


    Is able to maintain and develop strong relationships with partners and supporters
    Is able to navigate multiple priorities, often in a fast-paced environment with both creativity and solid organizational skills
    Has strong strategic and analytical thinking and socio-emotional competencies necessary for working effectively with diverse stakeholders
    Has excellent written and oral communication skills, both in Bulgarian and English
    With a minimum 4 years of full-time work experience
    Preferably has previous experience in fundraising, sales, account management and/or partnership building.

Please review the detailed job description here.

To apply, please submit your professional CV and a cover letter in English to Neli Kocheva, Head of Development (email: n.kocheva@zaednovchas.bg) by November 30, 2022.

In the cover letter, please be specific about:
  •     why you would want to work at Teach For Bulgaria;
  •     what attracts you to this position;
  •     what expertise you would be bringing to the organization.

Please note that we review candidates on a rolling basis, so early applications are highly encouraged!