Miyamoto International (MI) is a purpose-driven firm with a mission to make the world a better, safer place. We specialize in disaster risk management and provide resiliency expertise that sustains industries and safeguards communities around the world. With an expanding portfolio of humanitarian assistance and disaster preparedness, risk mitigation and recovery programs, we are currently seeking a Director of Business Development to become a critical member of our dynamic International Development and Humanitarian Assistance team.
Location: Washington, DC area highly preferred. Other remote locations may be considered.
In this role, the Director is responsible for leading business development strategies with multiple key stakeholders. This includes developing, updating, and managing business development approaches; working with Miyamoto International technical and finance teams as well as Regional Offices and other partners to prospect, network, and identify new opportunities for US Government and non-US Government funding; managing the business development team; and coordinating the development of winning proposals. The Director and her/his team will ensure the quality of all aspects of the proposal process and will be responsible for management of selected proposal opportunities from inception through proposal submission. The Business Development Unit will also participate in negotiations with donors and primes, and in project hand-over and start-up processes.
Reporting to the Principal of the International Development and Humanitarian Assistance practice area, the Director, a member of the practice areas leadership team, will be expected to collaborate with the team on the development and implementation of MI’s fundraising and revenue-building strategy. This includes maintaining, updating, and presenting the USG/non-USG pipeline; contributing to the annual budget forecast cycle; representing at selected external events and with diverse internal stakeholders; coordinating external networks; and engaging with peer organizations, donors, and potential donors. The Director will also advise the on relevant trends and be expected to co-create new and innovative funding and implementation models.
Some of the central responsibilities of this position are:
Develop and implement practice area’s business development strategy:
Coordination of business development-focused networking and representation
Lead the development of proposals
Lead and manage the Business Development Unit
Miyamoto International has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy that applies to all positions.
Miyamoto International is an equal opportunity employer.