Collaborating International Land Administration and Management Education Institution
Land Equity International
Location: Philippines
Last Date: May 15, 2009

Name Ciara Crowley
Telephone +61 2 4227 6680
Organisation Land Equity International

Organisation Description Land Equity International Pty Ltd (LEI) is an innovative and internationally experienced consulting organisation specialising in land administration, land management, titling and cadastre assistance programs. We are an Australian company with a long standing reputation for providing superior project design, project management, project implementation and project evaluation.

Website Address
Contact Person Ciara Crowley
Contact Email
Contact Telephone +61 2 4227 6680
Other Contact Details PO Box 798
NSW 2520
Restrictions N/A

Instructions Instructions for submitting applications can be found on the Land Equity International Website
Application Closing Date Friday, 15 May 2009
Job Title Collaborating International Land Administration and Management Education Institution
Type of Job Contract
Project Location – Country Philippines
Project Location – City

Job Category Finance, Governance, Rural Development, Education
Job Description Please note that this position is being advertised prior to budget approval and as such appointment of the preferred institution will be subject to AusAID approval.

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LAMP II is part of a long-term commitment by the Government of the Philippines (GOP) to Land Administration and Management reform (LAM). LEI are now seeking a Collaborating International Valuation Education Institution for a 5 month contract in the Philippines, commencing in March 2009.

The primary objective is that the International Collaborating Institution, jointly with selected Visayas State University (VSU) faculty members, will define course outlines/content/structures and then develop teaching and learning materials for a specified set of courses related to land administration and management. The VSU faculty members will then localize the developed teaching and learning materials in preparation for course/program delivery by SY 2010-2011.

The second objective is to assist in developing or further enhancing capacity in planning and delivering land administration and management courses by the VSU personnel designated as course instructors in their respective programs. This will primarily occur during a four-week Immersion Visit by the selected personnel to the chosen international collaborating institution.
Skills Required Applicants should refer to the Instructions for Applicants on LEI’s website for details.

Position Title: Director/ Vice President Sales & Business Development – Civilian & NGO

Work Location:

·Fairfax, Virginia

Clearance Required:

· Preference for existing security clearance
· Ability to obtain Top Secret clearance


The Director/VP Sales & Business Development - Civilian holds primary responsibility for the identification, development, and realization of revenue opportunities in the federal Civilian government sector (e.g. departments of Commerce, Homeland Security, Transportation, etc.) as well as large non-government organizations (e.g. United Nations, International Monetary Fund, US AID, etc.). The position is responsible for both the strategy and execution of revenue capture in the defense sector, and must demonstrate a strong acumen for tactical sales as well as more long-term business development. Where appropriate, the Director/VP Sales & Business Development will establish third party teaming relationships to successfully capture sales opportunities, as well as leverage existing contracting vehicles and business relationships with prime contractors. The position will work closely with the VP Strategic Development to find opportunities to leverage newly awarded prime contract vehicles and mine for task orders specifically for the Civilian/NGO sector.

The position has ultimate accountability for development of a rich and healthy sales funnel and pipeline in the Civilian/NGO sector, as well as conversion of that pipeline into recognized revenue. The successful candidate will need to develop deep relationships with potential end customers as a means of understanding and influencing both current and future requirements. The Director/VP Sales & Business Development – Civilian/NGO will need to be well versed on all the products and services and capabilities of Arrowhead, in order to think creatively about how to best meet customer requirements.

The Director/VP Sales & Business Development will be primarily measured on meaningful and sustainable new revenue generated from the Civilian/NGO sector. The position will have discrete annual goals and objectives for revenue, bookings/backlog, gross margin, and sales funnel and pipeline. In this capacity the Director/VP Sales & Business Development is the company’s lead missionary sales and business development “hunter” for the Civilian/NGO sector, focused on identifying opportunities for revenue growth in both the current year, as well as over the next 2-3 years and beyond.

The successful candidate will be a seasoned sales executive with a quantifiable track record of generating revenue from large complex government related technology and telecom procurements. Although this is an executive level position, the successful candidate will require a strong “roll-up your sleeves” work ethic and take a hands-on approach to driving opportunity capture and revenue growth.

Duties and Responsibilities:

· Expand Arrowhead’s market presence beyond its current contract vehicles and major customers
· Develop the Civilian/NGO sector as a significant contributor to company’s overall revenue and margin portfolio
· Establish major revenue generating business development opportunities across multiple customers, partners, and organizations in the Civilian/NGO area
· Develop a rich sales funnel and pipeline of opportunities across the desired sectors, as defined by the company’s revenue objectives
· Establish a strong “win strategy” and capture plan for each targeted opportunity
· Serve as the “capture manager” for each new defense related opportunity
· Manage cross-functional “capture teams” of personnel in Bids & Proposals, Engineering, Operations, Contracting, and Finance
· Own the RFP/bid process and content for the targeted opportunities
· Work closely with the VP Strategic Development to establish revenue from new customers and task orders for newly awarded contract vehicles, as appropriate to the Civilian/NGO sector

Knowledge and Skills:

· Very large and well established base of contacts within the Civilian/NGO community
· Outstanding complete sales process skills from prospecting/cold calling to deal closure
· Large base of contacts within the system integrator and government contracting communities
· In-depth understanding of the federal government procurement and contracting process
· Track record of successfully identifying, capturing, and generating revenue from multi-million dollar government contracting vehicles, as both a prime and registered sub-contractor
· In depth technical understanding of satellite, wireless, and terrestrial telecommunications systems, particularly in government or secure military applications
· Strong sales process discipline with training in strategic sales management
· Self-starter capable of managing opportunities all the way through the entire sales process
· Team-player with ability to motivate others to support capture of new opportunities
· Outstanding customer relationship skills
· Strong proposal writing and presentation development skills and experience

Education and Work Experience:

· Minimum 10 years experience in advanced telecom or IT systems sales and development
· Minimum 5 years experience in federal government contracting
· Significant experience working inside or with multiple federal Civilian/NGO organizations
· Preferred: Bachelors degree in business or related technical field
· Preferred: Masters or other advanced degrees in business or appropriate technical field

Director, Economic Development
World Vision International
Location: International or USA
Last Date: April 17, 2009

World Vision International - Director, Economic Development

World Vision International (WVI) is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We currently have an opening for Director, Economic Development.

For further details, please visit our website at employment page under International. If you are interested and qualified, please apply on-line by the closing date of April 17, 2009. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

To provide leadership in economic development across the global World Vision Partnership. To drive strategy, policy and practice and grow capacity and expertise in economic development across the organization resulting in greater contribution to the well-being of children.

Lead the development and implementation of World Vision strategy, policy, standards and guidelines in economic development.
Lead the Economic Development Community of Practice (CoP), managing and coordinating technical expertise in economic development across the organization.
Ensure the promotion and integration of economic development with other priority sectors across World Vision's development, humanitarian and advocacy work/ministries and with WV owned global microfinance institution, Vision Fund. 
Develop and maintain good relationships and strategic partnerships with other organizations, networks, policy makers, donors and partner agencies. Advise and support communications and fundraising relating to economic development across World Vision offices.
Manage and monitor operating plans, budgets, projects, work team and/or consultants and other activities.

A Masters degree in economics, international development or related field. (required)
Program design, strategic planning and project management skills in enterprise development, access to markets and/or other aspect of local economic development.(required)
Fluency in English language
Several years relevant experience in international development, of which at least three years working in a developing country in program and project management with a focus on economic development.
Demonstrated track record in leading change through organisations and/or networks, building consensus and mentoring other leaders across a broad range of professional disciplines and cultures

Demand Generation and Behaviour Change Communication Manager
Marie Stopes International
Location: Kenya
Last Date: April 24, 2009

Demand Generation and Behaviour Change Communication Manager

Job Reference Number: M09/0035
Country: Kenya
Location: Africa
Team: Social Marketing

Marie Stopes International (MSI) is one of the largest international family planning organisations in the world. We are a marketing focused, results oriented social enterprise that develops efficient, effective and sustainable family planning programmes in the UK and over 40 countries around the world. Every year MSI provides over five million people with high quality health services.

The Demand Generation and Behaviour Change Communication (DG/BCC) Manager is responsible for the success and sustainability of MSI’s global DG/BCC function. You will focus on the effective and efficient use of strategic communication tools and resources for increasing the client flow and sales of our products and services whilst attracting new users of these products and services. Providing technical leadership to the existing country programs, social marketing and corporate communications teams, you will work to achieve measurable health impact and outcomes.

With a track record in achieving health impact, BCC, sales and distribution targets, you will have proven ability to ‘sell’ ideas. Your background will highlight significant experience in marketing/advertising/BCC, preferably within the reproductive healthcare sector as well as demonstrable team management and leadership experience. You must have experience in working in/with overseas programmes. Fluency in English is essential for this role while working knowledge of French and Spanish will be desirable.

This position will involve extensive international travel with 60% of your time working in Africa and the remaining 40% in the rest of the regions.

This post attracts the Globally Mobile salary and benefits package.

Based in Africa, with extensive international travel, we are offering you the opportunity to take your career to the next level, whilst putting your skills to use assisting us to achieve our Mission of ‘Children by Choice, not Chance’. You must be pro choice on abortion.

To apply, please review the job framework then apply online via CV application at:

Executive Director HealthRight International
Location: New York
Last Date: May 5, 2009

Executive Director:

HealthRight International is a global health and human rights organization working to build lasting access to health for excluded communities. Establishing local partnerships and working closely with communities, HealthRight’s projects combine direct provision of services with training, equipment, systems strengthening and advocacy to ensure a broad and long-lasting impact. HealthRight International was known as Doctors of the World-USA from its founding in 1990 until the adoption of its new name in 2009.

Currently active in 9 countries including the United States, HealthRight program priority areas include TB, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Women’s Health, Orphans and Vulnerable Children and assistance to survivors of human rights abuses. HealthRight has been present in over 30 countries and communities where health is diminished or endangered by violations of human rights and civil liberties. Learn more at

HealthRight is a $7 million organization funded through government, corporate and individual donations. There is a New York based staff of 20 and a total staff of 125 worldwide with an additional pool of 150 volunteers.

After successfully overseeing the growth and development of the organization for several years, the current executive director has determined that the time is right to explore new career options. As a result, we are seeking a new executive director who will lead the organization through this transition and ensure program delivery remains excellent while helping promote the rebranded organization with current partners and develop new relationships. Required skills include a passion for and familiarity with global health and human rights issues, leadership exemplified by the ability to communicate effectively with donors, corporations and other external constituents as well as ensure excellent program delivery and operational expertise.

If you or anyone you know might be interested in this opportunity, please contact Janet Oppenheimer and/or Lisa DeSimone Arthur at (646 346 6724) or via email at:

Country Director Malawi
Marie Stopes International
Location: Malawi
Last Date: April 15, 2009

Country Director Malawi
Ref: M09/0034

Banja La Mtsogolo (BLM) is a results-oriented social business and non-profit organisation, which uses modern management and marketing techniques to provide family planning, reproductive and sexual healthcare and allied services. BLM’s goal is to meet the needs of underserved individuals and dramatically improve access to and use of family planning and other reproductive health services. BLM is part of Marie Stopes (MSI) International’s Global Partnership which operates in 40 countries providing over 5 million services worldwide annually. BLM works closely and in partnership with the Ministry of Health and is committed to their goals, and also with international donors whose support has enabled the organisation to achieve such tremendous results in the last twenty years.

‘Our vision is a Malawi where sexual and reproductive health, choice and well being is attainable by all’.

The Country Director (CD) is responsible for ensuring that BLM is a successful and sustainable programme that provides quality services to its clients and stakeholders. S/he ensures the attainment of BLM goals and objectives and provides leadership to the BLM team to develop and implement, and expand the national programme efficiently and effectively.

The Country Director will provide professional, high-quality and effective strategic leadership in the continued development of BLM. International management experience, added to demonstrable experience in health or an allied field will be a distinct advantage, and the successful candidate will have high level presentation skills and leadership (with a large, multi-disciplined team) and be familiar with both government and donor relations.

This post attracts the Globally Mobile Salary and Benefits package.

We are offering you the opportunity to take your career to the next level, whilst putting your skills to use assisting us to achieve our Mission of ‘Children by Choice, not Chance’.

For further information and to apply online visit our website

Location: New York City, USA
Last Date: May 3, 2009


TITLE: Program Associate, New Business Development
PROGRAM: Program Development
REPORTS TO: Director of Program Development

EngenderHealth works to improve the health and well-being of people in the poorest communities of the world. We do this by sharing our expertise in sexual and reproductive health and transforming the quality of health care. We promote gender equity, advocate for sound practices and policies, and inspire people to assert their rights to better, healthier lives. Working in partnership with local organizations, we adapt our work in response to local needs.


The Program Associate (PA) for New Business Development supports the identification of new business opportunities in the public and private sectors and is the lead person responsible for coordinating and supporting cross-organizational team-work to bring these opportunities to fruition. The primary mission of the position is to coordinate the development, finalization and submission of high quality proposals, letters of interest (LOIs), best and final offers (BAFOs) and concept papers submitted to bilateral, multilateral, and other donor organizations, as well as strategies and plans for new business development at the organizational, country, regional and global levels. In addition to overall coordination of the above, the PA is the lead person responsible for a number of proposal deliverables, and helps coordinate negotiations with donors and partners. The PA also play a key role in coordinating and contributing to EngenderHealth’s intelligence and other information gathering, knowledge management for strategic business development, prioritization, positioning activities and decision making. The PA works in close collaboration with and in support of the Director of Program Development (PD) and a dedicated team of program/new business development staff including Senior Technical Advisors/Program Managers who lead teams as Proposal Managers (PM), as well as other EngenderHealth staff including the Country and Program Support Team, Human Resource (HR), Finance/Cost Application, Grants & Contracts, and technical and program staff from across EngenderHealth’s global and country programs and from partner organizations.


Development of LOIs, proposals and BAFOs

1. Coordinate the development, finalization and timely submission of high quality, cohesive LOIs, proposals and BAFOs, including all internal and external inputs and deliverables. This includes working with the PD to develop and managing timelines/calendars, templates, outlines, checklists, and required documents/deliverables for the technical and cost portions of the LOI/proposal. The PA will collect, track and disseminate, review, and finalize and/or support finalization of all related information and deliverables.

2. Communicate with partner organizations concerning donor requirements for specific proposals and EngenderHealth’s proposal policies, standard operating procedures, templates, deadlines. Solicit and track submission and finalization of letters of collaboration, support and commitment.

3. Coordinate, contribute to the design of, and participate in internal and external meetings for strategy development, technical design, partnering and overall proposal coordination/management. Ensure background documents to assist with technical and cost applications are identified and disseminated during the preparation period and on an on-going basis throughout proposal development and finalization. Co-facilitate sessions and/or assist with note taking upon request.

4. Compile and assure the timely submission of questions and confirmations to and from donors.

5. Take the lead on drafting and finalizing corporate capability statements, past performance references, personnel documents, and staff skills matrices, working in collaboration with other proposal team members.

6. Draft and/or finalize other sections as assigned, such as the management plan, staffing plan, implementation plans, branding and marking plans, and/or executive summary.

7. Coordinate and/or work directly with the technical team and other EH staff to develop and finalize visual results frameworks, organization charts and other diagrams and figures, as needed.

8. Assist with identification, gathering and synthesis of data and other information necessary for the technical approach, upon request.

9. Work with proposal manager and other proposal leads to identify, develop and finalize annexes/attachments that are responsive to donor requirements and demonstrate the strategic, combined strengths of EngenderHealth and partner organizations.

10. Coordinate reviews during the LOI/proposal development and finalization process, including working with the Director of PD and/or Proposal Manager to identify and ensure availability of appropriate reviewers and determining written and/or meeting formats for reviews. Take the lead on disseminating guidelines/templates for reviewers, coordinating review meetings and/or scheduling of written reviews, compiling/collating, and disseminating feedback/input from reviewers. Review drafts and provide insights and suggestions to proposal manager and other LOI/proposal team leaders on responsiveness of content to donor requirements and on visual presentation. Assist with revisions as assigned and/or requested.

11. Take the lead and/or assist with proof-reading, editing and formatting for assigned LOIs/proposals.

12. Work with Proposal Manager and other proposal leads to ensure the final document submitted is complete, compliant and responsive to donor requirements. Take the lead on coordinating all internal signoffs, ensuring the LOI/proposal or BAFO is submitted on time and in correct formats, and managing the delivery arrangements through electronic means, shipping and/or travel, as necessary. Work with PM to ensure that the donor acknowledges receipt of the LOI/proposal or BAFO before the submission deadline.

13. Coordinate tasks in the post-submission period, including coordinating submission of responses to questions and requests for information from the donor and/or partners, coordination of best and final offers, and providing internal and external updates on the status of the submission. Support post-submission debriefings. Draft internal announcements on the outcome of the bid, for review and dissemination by the Director of PD or other staff as indicated. Support the hand-off and transition of awarded projects to EngenderHealth implementation team(s).

Ongoing information gathering, knowledge management (KM), and standard procedures

14. Organize, populate and manage electronic folders, databases and other formats necessary for strategic positioning, and proposal preparation, development, submission and close-out, as well as other aspects of KM for business development.

15. Coordinate internal gathering and documentation of intelligence and other information to aid identification of business development opportunities, organizational positioning, prioritization and corporate decision making. Includes coordinating and using standard EH tools and formats, web-based searches, document review, and personal contacts for gathering intelligence/information from internal and external sources including U.S. government and European donors, foundations, corporations, UN agencies, and other bilateral and multi-lateral donors.

16. Document, analyze, synthesize and disseminate internally information about donors, trends, partners, competitors, and opportunities. Ensure field and US-based staff are included in gathering and sharing of information and knowledge

17. Coordinate and, upon request, participate in environmental scans for program/new business development, field-based needs assessments, strategy development and planning exercises. Monitor trends in donor priorities and allocations in EngenderHealth core capability areas and countries, and scan for potential new business opportunities both formally, through donor websites, and informally, through regular communication with the field. Track the status and results of on-going projects; and monitoring both local and international partner/competitor activities. Actively research new opportunities and trends based on EngenderHealth’s strategic plan and new business priorities.

18. Compile program information and statistics for potential use in proposals, new business strategies and plans, concept papers and reports about emerging health issues and systems in countries, technical reproductive health and family planning issues, innovations, promising initiatives, information about other technical assistance and international development agencies, and recruitment of staff and consultants.

19. Contribute to development, refinement and use of program development tools and standard operating procedures for pre-bid phases, proposal development and production processes.

20. Design and maintain organization’s intranet site and home page for Program/New Business Development

21. In collaboration with IT and other EH staff, create and maintain databases that will ensure pertinent information is tracked and easily accessible.

22. Contribute to staff orientation and training for business development.

Other Responsibilities

23. Develop scopes of work and manage and/or coordinate the work of consultants on positioning activities and/or LOI/proposal development, as assigned. Liaise with HR and Grants & Contracts, and other PD staff on consultant agreements.

24. Support the Director of PD and/or Proposal Managers, and participate in cultivating, maintaining and backstopping relationships with specific partners and/or donor contacts.

25. Maintain program files and information gathering/synthesizing processes including for the “New Business Opportunity Forecast”, PD Consultative Meetings, and consultant database.

26. Support routine and ad hoc budgeting processes for the PD unit and planning new business/program development across the organization, working in collaboration with the Director of PD and other PD staff.

27. Assist with copy editing, photocopying, word processing, ordering supplies, scheduling meetings and managing meeting logistics and follow-up, and production and distribution of proposals.

28. Other duties as assigned, including administrative support.


• Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline required in area such as Business, International Studies, Public Health, Health Administration, or related area.
• 5 years demonstrated experience in international health and development required, including prior experience with proposal coordination, fundraising and/or program/project coordination/management; preferably experience with USAID funded projects and/or other public sector donors.
• Experience working in developing countries required. Three to five years of frequent short- or long-term field experience in developing countries preferred.
• Ability to travel up to 25% time.


• Basic knowledge of proposal development and/or coordination, especially for USAID and other donors focused on international public health and development. Knoweldge/experience contributing to proposal writing.
• Knowledge and/or interest in international health issues, especially family planning, reproductive health, maternal health, HIV/AIDS, and development topics and issues.
• Superior organization, coordination and management skills.
• Strong skills in writing, editing and proofreading. Clear, effective English language skills a must.
• Ability and flexibility to adjust work schedules and priorities to meet deadlines, juggle multiple assignments, and work in a dynamic, flexible environment with attention to detail and quality.
• Ability and willingness to work overtime during proposal preparation.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to function effectively in teams.
• Strong experience with the design and coordination of meetings. Good facilitation, oral presentation and motivation skills.
• Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat Standard, database management, and graphic design software.
• Flexible and proactive in taking on assignments and responsibilities, and willingness to learn.

To apply, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to with the subject line reading, “Program Associate, Program Development".

EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or status as a Vietnam era or special disabled veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


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