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SG Multiply Partnership Facilitator - West Africa

HOPE International

HOPE International

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Sales & Business Development
West Africa
Posted on Saturday, January 20, 2024

Role Description

Application deadline: February 20, 2024

The SG Multiply partnership facilitator- West Africa will serve as a key leader on a rapidly growing team focused on expanding our network of strategic, missionally aligned partners in the region. S/he will serve as lead and point of contact for all SG Multiply activities in the region and will be responsible for initiating and supporting high-impact partnerships in the region in line with our expansion strategy.

  • Location: West Africa,

  • Level: Senior Professional

  • Type: Full-time

  • Department: Savings Group Programs

  • Reports to: SG Multiply Regional Coordinator - Africa


  • Promote and fulfill the mission and vision of HOPE International
  • Regional SG Multiply Responsibilities
  • Serve as West Africa lead and point of contact for all SG Multiply activities and initiatives in the region
  • Actively seek and network with mission-aligned organizations and church networks in the region to build a pipeline of potential SG Multiply partners
  • Serve as the primary relationship manager for several SG Multiply partners in the region
  • Support various phases of SG Multiply partnership process including partnership development, ministry design, training, and ongoing support to ensure effective collaboration for a healthy and thriving savings group ministry
  • Serve as a Lead Trainer for SG Multiply partner staff and volunteers on SG curricula, ministry processes, and management tools
  • Contribute to design, adaptation, and improvement of partner-specific SG methodology to support partners in implementing flourishing SG ministries
  • Update and provide reports for regional activities, OKRs, and partner activities as requested
  • Manage grant funding from end-to-end for partners in the region
  • Collaborate and support networkwide, regional SG Multiply Partner events, and community of practice building activities
  • Engage partners and HOPE staff in continual improvement and feedback processes for continual refinement of SG Multiply methodology to ensure high-level of service to new and existing partners
  • Support HOPE’s network strategic objectives of frontiers, innovation, and partnership
  • Savings Group Program Support
  • Serve as a member of the global Savings Group Multiply team, collaborating with the overall SG Multiply/program development team including providing direct support to the team
  • Participate in regular SG team meetings and planning/strategy sessions, carrying out assigned tasks and network wide initiatives
  • Model servant-leadership in the work environment, including HOPE co-workers and ministry stakeholders
  • Contribute to a culture that models Biblical principles and incorporates an intentional and effective Christ-centered witness in all SG programs
  • Encourage and model servant-like posture in relationships with HOPE staff and SG Multiply partners


  • Personal confession of faith in Jesus Christ and commitment to the mission of HOPE International
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (i.e. international development, economics, or business management); advanced degree preferred
  • Demonstrated 5+ years of experience working in savings groups or holistic community development, ideally in a church context
  • Strong cross-cultural sensitivity, experience, and communication skills. Preference for candidates who have tangible work experience in multiple countries in the region
  • Self-starter, takes initiative on projects, attentive to detail, and timely
  • Experience in consulting, mentoring and/or coaching teams not directly managed
  • Experience working with partnerships of different kinds including church denominations and NGOs
  • Experience applying participatory education (adult learning principles) and facilitating trainings preferred
  • Requires willingness and ability to travel up to 75 nights per year, mostly international trips to visit partner programs
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Fluent in spoken and written English and French

Additional information

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