Part-time Impact & Partnership Development Officer

Job Summary:

Reflective Teens is looking for a motivated business development officer to develop and implement growth strategies for its already rapidly growing state. Candidates should have a right blend of analytical talent and communication skills. Preference will be given to candidates with beliefs and goals aligned with Reflective Teens. This is a part-time contractual job where the officer will be entitled to a portion of the business deal made by him/her.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • – Perform market research to identify new opportunities and engage with executives to establish strategies for pursuing those new opportunities.
  • – Create and improve proposals for existing and new partners.
  • – Work closely with and report findings to the CEO.

 

Requirements:

  • – Excellent analytical, problem-solving and management skills.
  • – Exceptional negotiating and decision-making skills.
  • – Strong inter-personal and communication skills (both verbal and written).
  • – Excellent Documentation skills (knowledge of writing proposals, grant paper etc.).
  • – Strong business acumen and detail oriented.

 

Offerings:

  • – Exposure and networking opportunities to wide array of personnel.
  • – Joyful working environment.
  • – Self-development.
  • – Flexible working hours.
  • – Work from home.
  • – Commission off deals made.

 

Please submit a CV and Cover Letter explaining how you think your skills and experience make you a strong candidate for this position to: hello@reflectiveteens.com. This position is to be filled ASAP. Application deadline: 15th December 2020. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Work Experience
"Joining Reflective Teens has been the best decision I have made ... It pushes me out of my comfort zone and makes me think out of the box. I am extremely happy about the friendly approach the organization takes for its workspace making it enjoyable and efficient."
Syeda Fatema Azmi
Board Secretary, Reflective Teens &
Undergraduate Student at the University of Hong Kong