19NOV - Grant Writer and Impact Monitor - The Global Poverty Project - Deadline: N/A



Organization Description
Our vision is a world without extreme poverty by 2030. The Global Poverty Project's mission is to grow the number and effectiveness of Global Citizens to achieve the public, business and political commitment and action to end extreme poverty by 2030.

We are inspired by the incredible progress achieved by the global community in halving the percentage of people living in extreme poverty in the last 30 years. We know that the injustice of living on less than US$1.25 a day can be ended by 2030.

We believe that when an organized, critical mass of individuals in society aspire to the values of Global Citizen, and when they are organized and equipped to take meaningful action, we can change the policies and practices that contribute to keeping people in extreme poverty.

We know extreme poverty is a complex issue, and that it can’t be eradicated overnight, or by one person. That’s why we’re building a global movement for change: focused on making a difference now, and changing the systems and policies that keep people in poverty. The world’s extreme poor are working hard to fight poverty themselves, with our role being to mobilize citizens to take powerful actions for lasting change. To this end, since launching in 2008 we have:

  • Campaigned to change the systems that keep people trapped in extreme poverty through Global Citizen, our online platform and its many related events. We have successfully campaigned for new financial commitments including $900 million for the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, and $600m for the Global Partnership for Education.
  • Put extreme poverty on the map with the 2012, 2013, and 2014 Global Citizen Festival in Central Park, New York, where each year 50,000 people came together to celebrate the progress that has been made in the fight against extreme poverty, and learn how they can continue taking action. More than 35 policy and financial commitments totaling $1.3b have been made from the stage.
  • Developed 1.4 Billion Reasons – a ground breaking multimedia presentation that explains the issues that contribute to extreme poverty, and what we can do about them, speaking to more than 200,000 people on three continents about the simple actions they can take to help tackle extreme poverty. 
  • Launched the international advocacy and fundraising campaign Live Below the Line – engaging 70,000 people with the lack of choice inherent in extreme poverty, and raising $14 million for anti-poverty initiatives. 

Location – 594 Broadway, Suite 207, New York, NY 10012

Job Description
Global Poverty Project is looking for a Grant Writer and Impact Monitor to work with the Head of Global Policy and Advocacy in the drafting of grants to major and minor funders.

Job Responsibilities

  • Identify potential new donors that will financially support the Global Poverty Project’s policy and advocacy aims.
  • Manage external reporting of the Global Poverty Project's policy and advocacy work, as measured by deliverables agreed upon from the successful submission of Grants.
  • Manage the internal reporting of the Global Poverty Project’s policy and advocacy work.
  • Assist in the drafting of content pieces on globalcitizen.org showing the impact of the Global Poverty Project’s policy achievements.
  • Assist the Global Policy and Advocacy team to proactively engage with a range of stakeholders, partners, policymakers and audiences for GPP advocacy initiatives.
  • Engage with audiences and stakeholders, and inspire a growing movement both from the community at-large, and the public and private sectors.
  • Work with the Global Policy and Advocacy team on additional tasks as required.

Job Requirements

  • 3-5 years of successful Grant writing experience with a non-for-profit.
  • Proven ability to conduct impact analysis writing.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of formulating internal reporting processes.
  • Demonstrated written and oral communications skills of a high order.
  • Demonstrated active team player with an ability to develop and maintain effective professional relationships.
  • Sound judgment and proven ability to work under pressure, to determine priorities and meet tight deadlines.

Highly Desirable Selection Criteria:

  • Ability to contribute effectively as a member of a small team and achieve results with limited direction
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • A proven interest in international development and/or public policy.
  • Previous campaign experience.
  • Minimum of Bachelor degree in relevant field.
  • Exposure to development issues.

How to Apply
Please Apply at https://globalpovertyproject.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0hr85/

Deadline – N/A