SG Multiply Regional Coordinator – Asia

The SG Multiply regional coordinator – Asia 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: Asia region,

Level: Senior Professional

Type: Full-time

Department: Operations

Reports to: Associate Director of SG Program Development

Promote and fulfill the mission and vision of HOPE International
Regional SG Multiply Responsibilities
Serve as Asia lead and point of contact for all SG Multiply activities and initiatives in the region
Lead and manage the SG Multiply Asia team in a way that reinforces biblical principles of respect, humility, and Christlikeness
Actively seek and network with mission-aligned organizations and church networks in the region to build a pipeline of potential SG Multiply partners
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 the primary relationship manager for several SG Multiply partners in region
Contribute to design, adaptation, and improvement of partner-specific SG methodology to support partners in implementing flourishing SG ministries
Help develop and lead strategic planning, evaluation, and innovation activities for region
Update and provide reports for regional activities, KPIs, partner activities, and testimonies as requested
Lead and manage the SG Multiply budget and reforecast process for the region, including partner grants and reporting
Provide training, ongoing support, coaching, and mentoring for SG Multiply partner staff and volunteers on SG curricula, ministry processes, and management tools
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 working to equip field leadership for country specific 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 7+ 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 leading and managing a team strongly preferred
Experience working with partnerships of different kinds including church denominations and/or 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

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