Head - Corporate Partnership

Last date of application
 08-Apr-23 23:59 HR
Job Description


Head - Corporate Partnership,
SOS Children’s Villages of India, New Delhi







1. POSITION VACANT: Head - Corporate Partnership, SOS Children’s Villages of India, New Delhi



Founded in 1949 in Austria, SOS Children’s Villages began its operations in India in 1964. Registered as an independent, non-governmental and not-for-profit, society, SOS Children’s Villages of India (SOSCVI), works for the holistic development of parentless children, women and children belonging to vulnerable families. 

SOSCVI works with children, communities, disaster struck and disaster-prone areas, giving hope to weary communities and families. The organization is committed to the welfare of parentless and abandoned children and to strengthening families and communities as a preventive measure in the fight against abandonment and social neglect. 

SOSCVI has reached out to over 54,000+  children over the past 50 years, through more than 105 different programs implemented in 22 states/ Union Territories, across the country. It is the largest operation within the SOS International Federation of 134 countries.


SOSCVI Programmes 
(1) Family Like Care
(2) Family Strengthening
(3) Kinship Care
(4) Emergency Childcare
(5) Foster Care
(6) Short Stay Homes
(7) Special Needs Childcare
(8) Education & Youth Skilling

The organisation has fostered four generations of parentless and abandoned children and enabled them to lead constructive lives. The children are provided an identity, a family to call their own, and most importantly, a life that has set examples for others to grow up to become active and contributing members of society. 

SOSCVI also provides support to vulnerable families as a part of its Family Strengthening Programme. The programme helps biological parents, under trying conditions, to strengthen their capacities as caregivers and contain the abandonment of children by their families. 

The organisation has also been a first responder, each time a natural or man-made disaster has struck India, providing active assistance and initiating relief operations and activities, with central importance being given to affected children.



Reporting to the Chief Fund Development Officer, the Head - Corporate Partnership (HCP) shall be responsible for the following: 

(1) Creating strategies and developing implementation plans for the acquisition and retention of corporate and institutional donors, including their end-to-end servicing;
(2) Ensuring the achievement of the corporate fund-raising target of the organization; Personally leading corporate marketing initiatives with a special focus on closing deals/ donations and achieving set targets as per the objectives of the organization. Using research tools to provide quality leads to corporate leads in the team; Identifying white spaces which can help grow corporate donor coverage;
(3) Closely monitoring the achievement of corporate fund-raising targets, providing support to team members, as necessary;
(4) Developing new corporate partnerships, through increased reach-outs to large and medium-sized corporate organizations, with emphasis on employee engagement, payroll giving programs, donation drives, cause-related marketing tie-ups, obtaining permission from platforms like corporate/  IT and corporate hubs, for fundraising purposes, etc.;
(5) Conducting surveys for identifying potential corporates and industry segments for fundraising;
(6) Undertaking independent research for finding suitable donors; Assessing donor alignment, following up on leads, and arranging for meetings and presentations;
(7) Conducting meetings with potential donors and supporting the closure of deals, to acquire new donor partnerships;
(8) Ensuring compliance with donor management processes and ensuring timely and accurate reviews and reporting. Leading the Grant Management cycle to ensure quality and timely servicing of corporate donors;
(9) Ensuring regular communication with corporate partners to provide them updates on SOS CVI initiatives and their impact;
(10) Obtaining and sharing information on best practices/ success stories with team members to build capabilities and increase fund generation;
(11) Conducting various fundraising initiatives, including the organization of fundraising events;
(12) Coordinating internal communications to enhance awareness of organizational direction, mission, aims and activities; Providing training to the team on product and pitch, to ensure their productivity and improved performance;
(13 Building a learning and development culture for the fundraising team;
(14) Improving proposal writing/ grant application process; Seeking continuous feedback from stakeholders to improve service delivery to corporate donors.



(1) Applicants must be graduates in any discipline;
(2) Applicants with a postgraduate degree, or qualification, in a relevant discipline, shall be preferred.


12 years of demonstrated success in GTM/ external facing roles, handling progressively increasing responsibilities.

Skills and Competencies:

(1) High energy, passion, and hunger for doing impactful work;
(2) Strong result orientation, with a history of exceeding expectations;
(3) Proven ability to build, manage and develop key stakeholder relationships;
(4) Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal;
(5) Hands-on, intrapreneurial leadership style, with a growth and learning mindset;
(6) Ability to work independently yet in a collaborative manner in a fast-paced, dynamic, agile environment;
(7) Excellent team management skills to ensure a productive and result-oriented focus and delivery from each team member;
(8) Excellent communication skills (English and Hindi). Must have proven writing, presentation and people management skills.


Gross compensation budgeted for the position is attractive and in alignment with salaries paid by leading I/NGOs for similar roles. The offer made to the selected candidate shall be commensurate with qualifications, experience, and salary history.

6. LOCATION: New Delhi



Strategic Alliance Management Services P Ltd.
1/1B, Choudhary Hetram House, Bharat Nagar 
New Friends Colony, New Delhi 110 025
Phone Nos.: 011- 4081 9900; 4165 3612



Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply online to https://recruitment.samshrm.com/JOBS/SOSCVI at the earliest.