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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Wanted a Manager- Resource Mobilization/ Corporate Partnerships for NGO

Wanted a Manager- Resource Mobilization/ Corporate Partnerships for Population Services International (PSI) - Mumbai,India.

Population Services International (PSI) is a non-profit, Indian Society. It is affiliated with PSI in Washington, DC, which has similar connection to organizations in 60 different countries. PSI is dedicated to the improvement of public health through promotion of products, services and information, which empower people to protect them from preventable diseases. PSI currently operates in 10 states. PSI is implementing a project, titled CONNECT, in partnership with FICCI (and other partners) to enhance the capacity of industries to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in their workplace and communities.

The CONNECT project focuses on Karnataka and coastal Andhra Pradesh and four port cities of the country (including Mumbai). Successful implementation of the project will require engagement with industry to encourage uptake of good workplace policies and practices in support of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support. A hallmark of the program will be the contribution of additional resources by commercial firms, either in cash or in-kind, for support of community-level responses targeting those most at-risk of contracting and transmitting HIV/AIDS.

Duties and Responsibilities for the position:

Lead the development and implementation of a marketing plan to raise financial and in-kind resources from Indian industry in Mumbai/Maharashtra.

Key tasks include:

  1. Analyzing corporate CSR contributions and identifying possible market segments to target
  2. Directly approaching industry for contributions
  3. Developing concept proposals to solicit funding from industry

Individuals with 4 plus years of experience in marketing and fundraising send your application to

Divya Babbar
Associate Knowledge Manager
Third Sector Partners-India
Tel:+91 22 6660 3558/59

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