Pasantía publicado por: Temwa
Publicado el: 18/01/2013
Location: Temwa Office, Mzuzu, Malawi
Duration of work: Full time, 12 month period
Position: Voluntary with work expenses covered
Closing Date: 28TH February 2013
Start Date: Mid-April (Flexible)
Job Description: The position is a full time internship, five days a week. The successful candidate will be outgoing, confident, have a passion for international development and in particular they should and be interested in the development of Malawi. The areas of responsibility that the role will cover includes; research for new funding opportunities within Malawi; writing funding proposals and bids; improving M&E process and report writing; communications with key stakeholders and donors; communicating with UK fundraising team and overseeing the implementation of Temwa's strategic plan.
The successful candidate will report directly to the Programme Director in Malawi although they will also be supported by Temwa's Malawi Project Manager and the UK Fundraising & Communications Coordinator.
1) Fundraising Research:
2) Communication with UK Fundraising Team:
3) Writing Fundraising Applications:
4) Gather M&E Data & Writing Reports:
Implementation of Strategic Plan:
Experience, qualifications and requirements:
Further details on the position & the organisation
Temwa was registered as a UK charity in December 2003 & has since been registered in Malawi with CONGOMA (Council for NGO's in Malawi) as well as with the Malawi Association of Trustees. Temwa currently employs 34 full time members of staff in Malawi, with a part time UK Director & Development Manager and full time Fundraiser the UK office is supported by a team of part time interns and volunteers. We believe the role will provide an interesting and rewarding opportunity in a small, dynamic and not always conventional organisation. As a rapidly growing NGO, working as a key part of the Malawi team will give you a pivotal role in the organisations on-going development. As the Communications Officer you will have the opportunity to put your previous experience into great use, while learning an array of new skills, you will directly see the benefit of the work undertaken in the Malawi and how it supports the community on the ground.
The cost of your flight will be covered and once in Malawi accommodation, transport & work expenses will be covered and you will be given a basic living allowance to cover the cost of food. You will be expected to cover your other living expenses; the cost of living in Malawi is relatively low. These costs can be discussed should you be successfully short listed for an interview.
This is an ideal role for a recent graduate who is looking to get more experience in this sector, the work experience will provide you with the knowledge & skills to further your career, as well as giving you the opportunity to see first-hand the positive effect that small NGO can have in a developing country.
To apply please send a CV (no more than 2 sides of A4) with a covering letter (no more than 1 side of A4) to firstname.lastname@example.org.