Below please find a DRAFT TOR for the Al Non-Profit Management Fellowship. PLEASE NOTE that we work with each fellow to create a bespoke experience based on the needs of the fellow and what is happening in the country at the time.
The Accountability Lab is a non-profit organization based in Washington DC with locally registered organizations in Nepal, Mali, Pakistan, Liberia, Nigeria and Mali. The Accountability Lab catalyzes a new generation of active citizens and responsible leaders. We train, mentor, and resource citizens to strengthen systems of accountability to unleash positive social and economic change. The Lab also strives to reinvent the way that development organizations operate through radical transparency, context-appropriate reporting, and creative awareness campaigns.
The Lab’s non-profit management fellowship program aims to provides structured training, knowledge-building and hands-on experience to improve our systems, manage projects and processes, and create successful teams. You will work with some of the best social change-makers in these countries, and be provided continual feedback to track progress and impact. As a fellow, you will be a full-fledged member of the Accountability Lab team, with the opportunity to design, shape, and implement programs and systems.
Reports to: TBD.
Compensation: TBD. The fellow will be covered by the Accountability Lab’s comprehensive health insurance policy.
- Support the development of internal processes to strengthen management of staff, internal communication and coordination, efficient operations, and program management;
- Provide structured oversight for the Lab’s trainings and events, including strengthening systems to plan and coordinate implementation;
- Ensure effective financial management of resources and compliance with the Lab’s policies and procedures at all times.
- Develop marketing outputs for the Accountability Lab TBD based on strategy, events and programs;
- Provide inputs and drafts of language for a variety of outputs including websites, press releases and social media content;
- Manage Insider Circle newsletters for TBD (collation, development and dissemination);
- Gather stories, quotes, impact statistics, and lessons learned from Accountability Lab’s participants/beneficiaries, “accountapreneurs”, and team members;
- Gather visual content and engage actively on social media around the Lab’s work in TBD and around the world.
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
- Work with local staff to identify challenges and opportunities to implementing the M,E & L framework, and develop a context-specific strategy for M,E & L;
- Work with the US staff to track progress along the Operational Plan, 3-year Strategy, Impact & Learning Report commitments, and Theory of Change;
- Assist “accountapreneurs” and Accountability Lab staff in developing and implementing ways to disseminate information before and after program activities;
- Help organize learning roundtable events, impact conversations with the community, and Quarterly Learning Calls;
- Suggest and implement creative ways to better document lessons learned and gather feedback throughout the year.
- Research potential donors and help curate lists of key prospective donors, work with the staff and Board members to update and expand upon the fundraising strategy;
- Assist with drafting and editing grant proposals and grant reports to institutional donors
- Help cultivate relationships with individual donors online and offline; and build relationships with institutional donors in TBD through building relationships, attending events and following-up in person with prospective leads;
- Assist with planning, marketing, and executing fundraising and networking events
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