Senior Partnership Officer


  • Identify suitable funding opportunities from MNC, foundations or institutional donors for Plan International Hong Kong’s local and oversea programme
  • Develop concept papers and donor proposals for funding application
  • Liaise with the country office to ensure an efficient and impactful programme design, desired outcomes and monitoring and evaluation system in all project proposals
  • Undertake timely and quality reporting for donors with close collaboration with Plan’s country offices
  • Undertake routine project monitoring for our funded programmes to ensure ongoing project excellence, governance and impact
  • Cultivate and maintain good working relationship with potential or existing foundations or institutional donors
  • Handle the grant finance adhering to Plan’s policy and procedure
  • Support the department to develop the strategic plan and annual plan
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor


Level of education

  • A Recognized degree in development studies or relevant social science discipline

Knowledge / Job Specific Competencies:

  • Minimum 5 years of solid programme and project management experience, including in different countries or regions, and preferably for children development programmes
  • Expertise and working experience in early childhood development or child protection is preferable
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and/or grant making experience is preferable
  • Working experience on soliciting funding from Institutional Fund and foundations is preferable
  • Have a good command of written and spoken English and Chinese (including Mandarin and Cantonese)
  • English requirement – Preferable with Grade C or above in HKCEE (Syl. B) / 7 or above in IELTS

Personal Qualities:

  • Enjoy interacting with people with good communication and interpersonal skills Independent, multi-tasking, flexible, problem-solving skills and attention to details
  • Good team work player
  • Has to be pro-active and aggressive
  • Result oriented and KPI driven
  • Passionate on development issues especially regarding to child rights in the regional, national and local contexts
  • Willing for occasional travel to remote area of developing countries is necessary
  • Agree with Plan’s mission and vision and observe strictly to data privacy and child safeguarding policies

How to apply?

Please send your resume with current and expected salary to [email protected]

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