Acquisition Fundraiser 1. Job Description Under the direct supervision of the Acquisition Manager, the Acquisition Fundraiser implements acquisition plans to acquire new donors, and improves operational excellence of new acquisition to support the achievement of fundraising objectives and strategies. The new Acquisition Fundraiser provides administrative support to all acquisition activities and closely works with the current Acquisition Officer supporting all the acquisition activities as needed. To support and assist F2F, DRTV and /or other acquisition channels as needed. To support communications and relationship with external agencies contracted for acquisition campaigns. To coordinate and manage campaign materials for acquisition campaigns. To support managing budget and payment related to acquisition activities. To provide necessary assistance to the acquisition manager, analysts and other members of the acquisition team. 2. Main Duties and Responsibilities – Implementation Support implementation of monthly / quarterly acquisition plans scheduled for each acquisition campaign, Coordinates all the communications related to external agencies, including cost estimation, deliverables schedule and invoice process, and reports performances to Acquisition Manager, Provides updates on the expenses spent on acquisition to the finance department, Supports all tests and mystery shopping for F2F and DRTV, Assists research on new acquisition channels as needed. ▶ F2F 1) Assists regular MSF training for campaigners 2) Supports MSF hospital programs and closely works with the current Acquisition Fundraiser 3) Monitors daily performances and communicates with external agencies for database matching, territorial issues, arranging monthly meeting schedules including necessary documents etc. 4) Orders and manages all F2F materials 5) Assists all documentation related to PIPA regulations ▶ DRTV 1) Assists the acquisition related activities(contract, regular meetings, training, etc) according to the annual plans, 2) Researches and recommends new campaign materials in line with the themes of media contents planned, 3) Follows up any administrative duties associated with DRTV,4) 4) Supports monthly media planning and monitors the executions of daily programs as planned. ▶ Supports any other acquisition channel as needed. – Monitoring & Reporting Monitors results of each campaign and reports to Acquisition Manager in a timely manner, Monitors closely the performance of each agency and reports to Acquisition Manger, Communicates the requirements to external agencies and shares any issues related to campaigns with the acquisition teams, Supports Acquisition team in researching and recommending new fundraising channels, Prepares and manages records of purchase and payments and preserve receipts for FIN reference, Supports the acquisition process through detailed research, Prepares and submit the invoices to purchasing department in time, Monitors and process all monthly invoices and submits receipts to relevant department. – General Duties Provides administrative support to Acquisition Manager and the current Acquisition Fundraiser as needed, Assists and supports other fundraising projects as needed. 3. Qualifications and Job Requirements – Essential skills and experience Bachelor’s degree in marketing or related field. Minimum 1-2 years of relevant work experience in NGOs and or corporation with experience in business process management. Experience and successful delivery of a diverse range of marketing strategies. Some experience in multiple agency management and working with external suppliers to deliver projects. Strong interpersonal, communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Strong analytical, problem solving and creative thinking skills. Attention to detail and accuracy. Superior time management skills and ability to deliver to deadlines. Excellent MS office processing skills. Ability to work in a team and foster team spirit. Strong commitment to MSF’s humanitarian aid work. Self-starter. Ability to work independently. Fluent in written and spoken Korean and English. – Desirable skills and experience Good understanding of MSF field programs and principles of action. Fundraising experience. 4. How to Apply If you are interested in this position, please send your motivation letter and CV in English to HR Department at: email@example.com Application Deadline: June 23rd, 2021 We will contact the selected candidate after the application deadline date within 2 weeks ※ This announcement is also posted on Médecins Sans Frontières Korea’s website (msf.or.kr/node/5486). Humanitarian Affairs Representative 1. Job Description The Humanitarian Affairs Representative (HAP) works under the direct supervision of the General Director (GD) and he/she is part of the management team. The HAP ensures the development and the implementation of an effective advocacy and institutional relationships strategy to support MSF social mission and contributes to the anchorage of MSF in Korea. He/she will have a representation authority concerning humanitarian affairs related topics in MSF Korea as delegated by the General Director. The HAP plays a key role in increasing MSF K leverage in the debates on select humanitarian issues of relevance for MSF. The HAP will work on transversal dossiers defined by GD having an institutional interest for the organization and closely synergize with the communication department. He/she actively liaises with the MSF Access Campaign and engages with the Humanitarian Representation Team (HRT) to contribute to the social mission and strategically link MSF K within the MSF Movement. 2. Main Duties and Responsibilities – Advocacy / Networking Define, develop and implement an effective advocacy and institutional relationship strategy through the Plan of Action, Extend the networking of stakeholders (institutions and individuals), academics, local NPOs and international organizations in line with MSF humanitarian and medical activities, Establish privileged contacts with Korean stakeholders (authorities, institutions, and individuals) and update them about MSF activities, policies, and humanitarian positions, Collect and analyze all relevant information and/or evolution of the social, economic and political environment (national and regional) that may have an impact on MSF operations, Inform other departments about possibilities of partnerships that could contribute to the achievements of their objectives. – Representation for Humanitarian Affairs Topics related with Humanitarian Affairs, represent MSF Korea at relevant international and regional meetings/conference and MSF fora or international or OC platforms and workgroup as per GD request, Represent MSF movement directly, oversee MSF’s dialogue with, and defend MSF’s positions towards the Government of Korea, Korean stakeholders and other relevant Korean institutions on the basis of operational realities, through selective attendance to relevant meetings and strategic interactions with stakeholders in Korea, Design representation tactics to ensure best outcomes including defining most appropriate MSF representative, Prepare, organize and facilitate meetings between other MSF entities representatives and humanitarian stakeholders based in Korea, Accompany the GD for major national or international level meetings, under request, Produce external presentation materials for speech/presentation opportunities aimed at the appropriate audience. – Connecting MSF Korea with the MSF Movement Liaise with MSF HRT and regional advocacy representatives for topics relevant to Korea, Advise the GD and DirCom on communications relevant to Humanitarian Affairs, Oversee all matters related with the MSF Access Campaign in Korea by liaising with the Access Campaign Advocacy advisor for the region, Support other departments for occasions that require high-level engagement of VIP protocol arrangement, Facilitate visits/meetings of representatives from MSF entities to/in Korea. – Others Report on a quarterly base on the achievements of the Plan of Action, Develop thematic reports as requested by the GD and other MSF entities, Undertake ad hoc tasks as required by the GD. 3. Qualifications and Job Requirements – Education and experience: Degree in a related field (e.g. Political Science, Social Science, Law, MPH) or equivalent field of experience. At least 7 years progressive experience in reporting and/or representation role (advocacy) preferably in an INGO, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience and knowledge of NPO is a plus – Values and Competencies: Commitment to the values, principles and MSF’s social mission Good understanding of humanitarian sector In depth knowledge of the Korean context Fluency in Korean and English are essentials both written and oral Excellent communication and presentation skills with strong capacity to influence Impeccable judgment with strong interpersonal, networking, and diplomacy skills in the management of stakeholder expectations Rigorous analytical skills Strategic thinking Flexible to identify quick win and opportunities Ability to respect deadlines and resolve problems in a timely manner Self-driven Special Notes: This Job Description is only a summary of the typical functions of this position and not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities and duties. Accordingly, the responsibilities and duties of the jobholder might differ from those outlined in this Job Description and the other duties, as assigned, might be part of the job due to the organizational and operational needs. 4. How to Apply If you are interested in this position, please send your motivation letter and CV in English to HR Department at: firstname.lastname@example.org Application Deadline: June 30th, 2021 We will contact the selected candidate after the application deadline date within 2 weeks ※ This announcement is also posted on Médecins Sans Frontières Korea’s website (msf.or.kr/node/5497).