Part-time Fundraising and Communication Officer at Paper Crown Rwanda: (Deadline 10 May 2022)

Part-time Fundraising and Communication Officer at Paper Crown Rwanda: (Deadline 10 May 2022)

Part-time Fundraising and Communication Officer at Paper Crown Rwanda: (Deadline 10 May 2022)

Contract Recruitment Notice 

Paper Crown Rwanda

Position: Part-time Fundraising and Communication Officer

Expected start date: June 2021

Hours: 10-12 hours per week

Type of contract: Part-time contractor / consultant (non-staff position)

Length of contract: 1 year, inclusive of the initial 2-month probationary period, with the possibility of renewal

Summary of the role: To work closely with PCR’s Management Team for fund mobilization and communications support.

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Update and maintain our database of international and local donors with relevant grant opportunities (international foundations, bilateral and multilateral agencies, and private corporations offering donations)
  • Work in collaboration with the PCR team to achieve its annual fundraising goal of increasing the operational budget by 25%.
  • Write grant proposals in English and ensure their timely submission, with at least one grant per month.
  • Run and prepare 2-3 fundraising campaigns on the Global Giving platform
  • Build contacts with potential donors and partners in Rwanda and beyond to help mobilize funds for the activities of the organization/ partner with other organizations on proposals
  • Write a digital PCR newsletter and blog to disseminate to donors and partners on a monthly basis
  • Manage PCR’s social media (create content, set up a content calendar, drive traffic to the website, etc.) to raise the visibility of the organization locally and internationally


  • Bachelor’s degree in development studies or other related fields relevant to the role
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in grant writing with a successful track record for securing significant funding commitments from donors
  • Proven experience with writing quality proposals for local and international donors and an understanding of technical and financial requirements for grant proposals
  • Fluency in English (both oral and written) and the ability to communicate professionally with partners and donors
  • Excellent writing skills with the ability to tell compelling stories and leverage impact data for strong proposals
  • Proficiency with computer applications for drafting proposals as well as publishing/designing fundraising communications materials (ex. Microsoft Office applications; Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Hootsuite, etc.)
  • Applicants must be registered to work in Rwanda with a valid TIN number

Compensation: Based on current market rates for Rwanda, and commensurate with experience. This role can be performed remotely in part and can be undertaken alongside other work assignments upon prior agreement with PCR.

To apply: Qualified applicants must submit the following documents by May 10th, 2022:

  • Detailed cover letter
  • Updated CV highlighting the most relevant areas of your prior experience
  • At least two professional references to be contacted
  • One sample of previous work relevant to the position (grant proposals, fundraising communications materials, etc.)

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