Introduction to DTCE
To accomplish the systematic activation of CCBs in all 6,022/- Unions of Pakistan, to fulfil the potential of LGO 2001, Devolution Trust for community Empowerment (DTCE) was incorporated through Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance of 1984 as an â€śAssociation Not for Profitâ€ť without share capital in July 2003. It has a Board of Directors with the Chairman of the National Reconstruction Bureau being the ed-officio Chairman of the Board. A Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is a member of the Board and its Secretary. Other members are distinguished citizens, including one from each province. Donors supporting the DTCE also participate as observers. UNDP Pakistan has been supporting Operationalization of DTCE through a nationally executed UNDP project titled â€śSupport to DTCEâ€ť. The basic organizational principle of DTCE is inter-related work teams rather than departments in order to produce a flat, agile, flexible organization that function in an integrated fashion. Work teams exist at both headquarters and field operations levels, with the former providing support services to the latter.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Donors Relations Officer (DRO) will work under the immediate supervision of Director Public and Donors Relations (PDR) and coordinate with directors & team members of other functional teams at DTCE, under the direction and guidance of Director PDR. The DRO would be required to undertake the following assignments:
Under advise and direction of the Director PDR, undertake planning and implementation of innovative policies to ensure sustained and strengthened donor support for DTCE's operations
Coordinate donor visits to DTCEâ€™s operational areas and document the processes for organizational level sharing
Act as the focal point for all requests for information, coordination, queries, clarifications, from the donors vis-Ă -vis DTCEâ€™s operations
To design and undertake an integrated awareness campaign of DTCE operating policies in connection with public and media relations.
Undertake reporting highlighting â€ś100% Transparency and Zero Tolerance for Corruptionâ€ť policy for sharing with Donors. This will be undertaken in close coordination with Directorate of Finance Adm. & Legal, IME and FOT teams.
Undertake field visits to support the donor relationâ€™s information, learning and sharing processes, and to provide support to the FOT teams, as and when required.
Participate in planning; implementation, information-sharing and evaluation processes of organizational operations and interventions to ensure donor specific core functions are adequately represented in broader organizational plans and frameworks.
Liaise with other stakeholders, such as local government, partners/potential partners, civil society organizations/ associations/ movements, advocacy groups, relevant media, agencies and personnel, NGOs/CBOs, CCBs and local opinion leaders/formers, to ensure perspective and practices from the field feed into, and inform, reports and briefs undertaken for the donors as part of on-going advocacy and resource mobilization efforts.
To revise and update DTCE manuals for public and donors relations on the basis of field tests reports.
To coordinate with DTCE donors community and undertake donors support actions at the field level.
To design various formats and reports for information sharing and dissemination of DTCE operations at the functional levels; also to collect relevant data, reports, and information from other sources.
To liaise with print and electronic media agencies and personnel, opinion formers and citizens for DTCE advocacy and promotional activities.
To act as a focal point for DTCE donor related activities, undertake donorsâ€™ missions and assist them during field visits and local operations.
Undertake any other activity planned as part of the Public and Donor Relations Directorate for institutional support and development.
Excellent communication skills in English, Urdu and working knowledge of local languages.