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We are hiring, Grant writer (Consultant)

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Joanita Nassiwa, Refactory

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September 10, 2021

We are looking for an experienced writer that will support us in securing the funding needed to build a resilient organisation for years to come. Is that you? Read on and apply now.

Your responsibilities will be to:

  • Prepare high quality and professional documentation in connection with grant proposals to International Donor organisations.
  • Identify realistic funding opportunities for Refactory.
  • Play a key role in achieving sufficient funds for Refactory to be a well-funded and resilient entity for years to come.

We are looking for someone who is:

  • Highly experienced in writing grant proposals for international donors for development projects. Experience from the education and tech/innovation sectors is an added advantage
  • Able to summarise and present content provided by various members of the Refactory team, into grant proposal formats and presentations with minimal supervision.
  • Has a fair understanding of the technology ecosystem in Uganda and the region.
  • Motivated to support Refactory to achieve its fund raising targets.
  • Have excellent written communication skills in English.
  • Able to present content in a concise and appealing way both in documents and Power Point presentations.
  • Systematic with attention to detail, able to collect supporting documentations for grant proposals and follow instructions, formats and checklists.
  • Familiar with how to structure a development proposal through concepts like Theory of Change.
  • Able to plan work well and keep deadlines.

Duration of Assignment: Immediate until 30.06.2022.

Contracting Agency: Fontes Foundation Uganda

Please send a letter arguing why you are perfect for this assignment, along with a CV, a list of successful grant proposals and at least 2 professional references to lucrezia.biteete@fontes.no before 12.09.21.

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