- Job posted on: 11th Feb 2020
- Applications close:
SeeBeyondBorders’ primary focus is to improve education standards in Cambodia, providing children with access to quality teaching and learning at school. SeeBeyondBorders is a registered charity in Australia and the UK and operates as a registered international non-government organisation in Cambodia. Operating in two provinces in north west Cambodia, SeeBeyondBorders conducts programs to teach teachers, engage parents and communities to support and encourage their children to get to school. In the work we do in schools and in the way we run the organisation, our aim is to build capability within Cambodia so that ultimately SeeBeyondBorders becomes the professional development provider of choice.
Accountable to Director of Development
Type of Employment Full-time contract for a fixed term of 2 years
Place of Employment Siem Reap, Cambodia
Active commitment to the SeeBeyondBorders Development Philosophy and values;
Changemaker | Competency | Integrity | Courage | Respect |
The Fundraising Manager will have responsibility for raising funds from a diverse range of sources, maximising return on investment and playing to SeeBeyondBorders’ strengths while working actively with teams engaged in fundraising in Australia, Cambodia, the UK and Ireland. Focussing primarily, but not exclusively, on donors located within the Asian region, the Fundraising Manager will work on identifying targets, developing approaches, and putting together suitable proposals or applications as the opportunity requires. The Fundraising Manager will in particular prevail on key people, the benefits of supporting SeeBeyondBorders in a manner that intrigues the donor with the potential there is through the organisation, to effect lasting change.
In order to encourage as much engagement with fundraising as possible, SeeBeyondBorders operates a decentralised approach to fundraising such that information sharing and clarity of donor relationship management are of paramount importance. Despite this decentralised approach, compliance with and commitment to best practices in fundraising approaches including with data management and communications is, of course, essential.
SeeBeyondBorders is looking for someone who is outgoing while professional with high integrity and credibility who is a consummate and persuasive communicator, can write tight, professional and yet lively prose and thrives on engaging and build relationships with potential donors.
The suitable candidate will likely have:
The successful candidate will be able to develop and manage their Key Performance Indicators working with the Director of Development to agree targets and set their tasks accordingly.
Key responsibilities Include but are not limited to the following:
40 hours per week with scheduled Cambodian public holidays (approximately 23 days per year) and 18 days of annual leave. Occasional weekend work may be required with time off in lieu.
A competitive salary and allowances will be negotiated, commensurate with candidate’s experience and qualifications.
Further information about SeeBeyondBorders is available at: