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Role Purpose: The position holder is responsible for delivering an efficient and effective award management function. S/he will lead award management for all programmes, and develop best practice award management processes across the Sudan Country Office. The role has four main aspects to it: lead and develop the Country Office Strategic Portfolio, Effective Award Management; Partnership Management, capacity building of staff and contributing to the development of best practices systems and processes.
The role offers a leadership opportunity for an individual highly experienced in grants management, business development and donor communications. It requires an individual capable of providing strategic leadership to a dynamic team, which is responsible for supporting ambitious fundraising targets as well as the management of a portfolio of awards approximately valued at $ 30 Million.
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