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District Manager- Rajasthan

Posted by Akanksha on May 16, 2013 at 2:10 PM Comments comments (0)

District Manager

Rajasthan Skill and Livelihoods Development Corporation

Location: Rajasthan

Apply by: 05 Jun 2013


Name of Position: District Manager (33 vacancies)

CTC – Rs 2.5 to 2.8 lacs per annum with lucrative loyalty bonus, PF and medical insurance benifits With good domestic travel-tour allowances in addition as per policy

Qualification

Degree in any branch of engineering/PG in Agriculture/Science plus MBA in any discipline from a reputed academic institution

Experience

At least 5 years work experience in industry/ office set ups/ relevant activities. Experience in managing/handling of state and national level large scale Skill Development and Placement/ Poverty Reduction/Livelihoods programme will be given preference.

 

The person should have acknowledged capabilities in partner and stakeholder management, implemented large scale operations on the field and proven record of team handling. S/he should have very good understanding of employment policies, public private partnership, market employment trends and better HR practices. The person should have hands on experience of handling MIS and MS Office. S/he should be able to coordinate with various government officials in ensuring delivery of the end results. Programme management skills would also be required with experience in handling a team (lower management) counted in terms of ability to manage office, address the administrative issues, tracking training partners, monitoring MIS and reporting, ensuring quality implementation, problem solving attitude etc.

The person should have proven track record of

• Working with state/central government programmes

• Implementing livelihoods/poverty reduction programme at scale

• Excellent exposure and experience of working for poor communities.

 

Job Email id: kuldeep.singh@visionindiastaffing.com

Mental Health Worker(MHP)- Karnataka

Posted by Akanksha on May 16, 2013 at 2:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Mental Health Worker(MHP)

The Association of People with Disability

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Apply by: 16 Jun 2013

The Association of People with Disability (APD) is a registered non-governmental organization working with children and adults with various types of disability since 1959. We provide many services including education, therapy, and employment services. Currently, we are seeking for a mental health worker(MHP).

 

Qualification:

•Graduate/MSW/M Sc in Psychology

 

Essential:(

•2 years work experience

•Excellent communication skills in English and Kannada

•Conduct mental health campaigns

•Prepare mental health training material and provide training for target groups

•Develop case studies, and compile reports

 

Desirable:(

•Experience with persons with disability

•Good computer skills

Languages: Fluency in English and Kannada

Salary: Rs. 10,000/- per month.

 

Job Email id: hrd@apd-india.org

Associate- Uttar Pradesh

Posted by Akanksha on May 16, 2013 at 1:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Associate – Training Delivery & Content Development

Medha

Location: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Apply by: 07 Jun 2013


ABOUT MEDHA

 

Medha is a new generation change organization with a mission to better prepare youth for life after school. It supports existing college and university students with employability training, leadership development, and career services. Medha is registered not-for-profit company in India under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 and in the United States under Public Charity section 501(c).

 

CURRENT NEED

 

Medha has developed a curriculum that more appropriately and effectively addresses the current “skills gap” in the college education by better integrating demands from employers and industry. Medha is currently looking for experienced training professionals to accomplish a dual role - deliver the employability training program to the students and assist in the content development process.

 

SCOPE OF WORK

• Deliver training to students or other trainers on the Medha

curriculum

• Develop and conduct assessments with students

• Select and map instructional styles

• Develop lesson plans

• Research, select, and secure associated teaching aids

• Develop teaching modules and training presentations

 

QUALIFICATIONS

• Master’s degree (Management preferred) with work experience

 

IDEAL BACKGROUND

• First-hand teaching, training or coaching – ideally adults,

college-aged youth or working professionals

• Working in north Indian (Hindi speaking) states – ideally rural

and semi-urban areas

• Curriculum & pedagogy development – ideally adult

learning/education, vocational/employability skills

• Working in an early-stage/entrepreneurial environment – ideally

social enterprise

 

OTHER REQUISITE SKILLS

 

• Strong communication skills – including the ability to fluently

translate between English and Hindi for curriculum content and

training material (written) and delivery (verbal)

• Computer literate, especially Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel

• Passion for teaching/training/coaching

 

Job Email id: sarita.upadhyay@medha.org.in

Ministry of Environment and Forests

Posted by BHARTI on May 15, 2013 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (3)

OtherAwareness Programme 2013-14  

By

Ministry of Environment and Forests

Last Date- 17th May 2013

Other Awareness Programme will fund proposals for promoting environmental awareness the scope of which is beyond that ofother programmes of EEA T scheme. Suchproposals will be supported by the Ministry based on merits and their conformitywith the requirements of the Ministry in its endeavours to promote environmental awareness of different target groups.

2.The field of environment & sustainable development for conducting various activitiesare given as under: Awareness cum action programs in and around the protected area, in wildlifecorridors, biodiversity hotspots, rivers and wetlands. Awareness programs which focus on local communities that are critical toconservation of forests/wildlife/environment. Activities like nature camps, Marathon/Walkathons/Yatras/QuizCompetitions/Green Haat

3.Proposals are invited from the recognized Academic/Research Institution or a GovernmentDepartment/Government, Registered Voluntary/Professional Organisation/Trust/Ngo etc.

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HelpAge India is currently planning to expand its MEDICAL MOBILE UNIT-MMU programme to more districts in the India

Posted by BHARTI on May 10, 2013 at 1:20 AM Comments comments (10)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

                                             HelpAge India,

                                             C-14, QutabInstitutional Area, New Delhi - 16

                                             LAST DATE- 13TH MAY 2013 -    TILL 4 P.M ONLY         

Background:(

HelpAge India is secular, not-for-profit organization registered under the Societies' Registration Act of 1860. We wereset up in 1978, and since then have been raising resources to protect the rights of India's elderly and provide relief to them through various interventions. 

HelpAgeIndia’s healthcare programme cater to specific healthcare needs associated withold age has been pioneered since 1982 with the concept of Mobile Medicare Units(MMU) programme that seeks to take healthcare to the doorstep of theneedy.  Today, the MMU programme, represents a flagship programme and is recognized as the largest such mobile healthcare service in the Asia as per thethe Limca Book of Records. Presently,the mobile fleet of more than 80 MMUs annually provide 1.75 million treatmentsand basic healthcare services to around 2 lacs elderly at more than 870community locations across 21 states. 90 districts in India

 

HelpAge India is currently planning to expand its MMU programmeto more districts in the India and thereby increase HI’s outreach in India’smost poor and difficult areas.

 

In this endeavor we are looking for consulting agencies/ firmswho can provide us technical assistance in conducting technical studies forsite selection and in conducting baseline survey of poor and needy householdsin the identified locations.

 

Interested agencies willing to work anywhere in India arerequested to send in their detailed proposal and financial quotes in sealedenvelopes clearly marking <Proposalfor Site Identification and Baseline survey of beneficiary households>,

 

Sealed proposals received prior to the time and date specifiedabove. Proposals received after said time and date will not be accepted orconsidered.

 

Detailed Scope of Work

 

The scope of work included the following:

•       Maintainingregular contact with HI Head Office (HO)/ State Office (SO) team

•        Establishingcontact with sponsors officials in project area & Zonal Office

•         Identifyingthe villages in the proposed MMU location in consultation with local sponsorofficials and HI team (wherever necessary)

•      Visiting MMUlocation and all identified villages in each location in order to preparedetailed operational plan (site schedule).

•         Activeconsultation with the major stakeholders in the identified villages to elicittheir opinion regarding inclusion of their village in the project andsoliciting their active participation during the implementation period of theproject, i.e. three years

•        ConductingBaseline Survey in each location consisting of a number of villages or

•       GramPanchayats (GPs) by recruiting local investigators/surveyors in order to arriveat the exact number of elders in each village and location (combination of manyGPs/villages)

•         Identifyingcentral locations in consultation with HI and sponsor for establishing theproject office where the MMU staff would gather, stocks would be kept, recordswould be maintained and MMU would be parked during non-functioning days andhours.

 

Methodology to be adopted:

•        Meeting andConsultation with key stakeholders i.e.

• Regional/Localsponsor HR and CSR Coordinators

• Panchayatleaders & functionaries

• LocalHealth Centres

• District/Sub-division/BlockAdministration

• NGOs

•         Identificationof MMU Office Location

•         IdentifyingHealth Issues of Elderly Persons and Available Health Infrastructure

•        ConductingBaseline Survey

• Identificationof volunteers or potential people who can conduct baseline survey in theirvillage and periphery

• Printingof survey formats

• Trainingon the survey format.

• Evolvinga survey methodology suitable for completion of tasks in time.

•Field testingof the format and Handholding

• Supervisionof the survey

• Collectionof formats.

• Trainingon data entry (HI HMIS software)

• Dataextraction

• Reporting

 

Major Deliverables:(

•       Site-wisereports, outlining the basic facts, list of villages identified and agreed withsponsor Site Manager, MMU parking and operational places, other importantcontacts of sponsor and local community leaders, Health facilities available inthe areas, representatives of local administration etc.

•         Identificationof probable human resource who can manage the programme at the local level anddeliver the health services efficiently.

•         A list ofplaces in the GPs or villages where the MMU could park and offer healthservices to the elderly in each site. With the nearest land mark etc. andapproximate distance from the proposed base.

•       BaselineDatabase on beneficiaries (number, disease pattern, age group, etc.) collectedthrough the Baseline Survey in each site in HelpAge India Health MIS software.

 

In case the participating agency or itsrepresentatives require any clarity regarding the details mentioned in thescope of work, please write back to procurement@helpageindia.org.

 

MacArthur Foundation Call for Proposals

Posted by BHARTI on May 3, 2013 at 12:00 PM Comments comments (2)

MacArthur Foundation

Call for Proposals

for Strengthening Innovation and Education

 

States Eligible :-

Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Andhra Pradesh

and the cities of Chennai, Delhi, and Mumbai

Deadline- 15th May 2013

For details click below-

http://www.ngofundsindia.org/fundsdetails.htm

EOI- Poorest Areas Civil Society Programme (PACS)

Posted by BHARTI on April 27, 2013 at 8:10 AM Comments comments (4)

Expression of Interest (EOI) 

by

Poorest Areas Civil Society Programme (PACS)

 

Livelihood Intervention Models for

Socially Excluded Communities

Location: Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh,

Uttar Pradesh, Bihar

Last Date- 3rd May 2013


The Poorest Areas Civil Society Programme (PACS) is an initiative of the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID), to work with civil society in India, to help socially excluded groups claim their rights and entitlements more effectively. PACS covers 90 districts in five states- Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh

The seven year programme (2009-2016) supports civil society organisations (CSOs) promoting inclusive policies, programmes and institutions at local, district and state levels. PACS targets socially excluded groups: scheduled castes (SCs), scheduled tribes (STs), Muslim minorities, women, girls and people with disability (PwD). For more details please visit www.pacsindia.org

The programme is managed by the IFIRST (Indian Forum for Inclusive Response and Social Transformation) Consortium on behalf of DFID. IFIRST is led by Christian Aid, along with Caritas India, Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, ACCESS Development Services, and Financial Management Services Foundation.

PACS is keen on partnering and supporting inclusive business models for improvement of livelihood for socially excluded groups in its identified intervention districts\states, which can demonstrate sustainable impact in terms of enhancement of income and skills of the targeted households. These interventions should be in one or a combination of more than one in the defined sector \sub sectors as outlined below.

1. Agriculture

2. Livestock

3. Inland Fisheries

4. Crafts based Livelihoods

5. Urban Livelihoods

6. Financial Services.

7. Rural Energy and Climate Change Adaptation

8. ICT based solutions

Please refer to Terms of Reference for detailed description of objectives and thematic focus of the assignment (PDF document attached below)

PACS would look forward to successful scalable livelihood models that have been executed and has a potential for replicating in PACS intervention states and districts. The proposed interventions should be in tune with the existing and emerging opportunities in the market and may leverage by demonstrating linkage with private sector and\or converging with the existing programmes\schemes of the government.

Interested Agencies\Organisations with suitable background and experience (as outlined in the eligibility criteria of Terms of Reference) are requested to submit their EoI in the format attached herewith. Application in any other format will not be accepted.

The soft copy of the EoI should be sent to tender@pacsindia.org and the printed copy of the application must be submitted by 3rd May 2013 in sealed envelope marking “EoI- Livelihood Models” and addressed to:

Director, PACS

PACS National Office

CISRS House, 14, Jangpura B,

Mathura Road, New Delhi - 110014.

Please note that only short-listed agencies\organisations will be contacted. If you have not been contacted by PACS by 25th May 2013, please assume your application has not been successful


Faculty / Counselor-Vadodara / Baroda, Gujarat

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 8:45 PM Comments comments (3)

Faculty / Counselor

Brahma Samaj Seva Trust

Location: Vadodara / Baroda, Gujarat

Apply by: 08 May 2013

 Brahma Samaj Seva Trust invites application from qualified persons for the post of "FACULTY / Counselor". The candidate must be a graduate with good command over Gujarati as well as English, both written and spoken. Reporting in English is a must. The candidate must have 2-3 years experience in Teaching Vocational Courses. The job involves Mobilization, Training & Placement of the students.

 Salary: Based on Experience + Proficiency. At par with the current salary trends for the same profile.

 Job Email id: ummeed.bsst@gmail.com

Programme Coordinator-Tijara, Distt. Alwar, Rajasthan

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Programme Coordinator

Sir Syed Trust

Location: Tijara, Distt. Alwar, Rajasthan

Apply by: 06 May 2013

 

Relevant Sectors: Livelihood, Agriculture, Plantations, Horticulture

 Post: Project Coordinator

Qualification: Masters degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Rural Development or equivalent.

 

Experience: Minimum five years in an NGO and working on rural livelihood projects. Project Coordinators are responsible for implementation of all project developmental activities, with special emphasis on Horticulture, and should have the following background

 

1. Relevant experience in designing, implementing and directing programmes at a senior level

2. Proven ability to build and nurture a cohesive team, mentor and motivate staff in the context of NRM project

3. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain collaborative relationship with government and institutional donors, to lead programme development processes

4. Demonstrated leadership and managerial skills

5. Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines

6. Self-motivated, efficient, reliable and desiring to make development field their career

7. Willing to travel frequently to rural areas

8. Ability to interact with village people, professionals, bureaucrats

9. Excellent communication skills, in Hindi and English

10. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel)

 

Salary: Rs. 15,000 onwards

 

Location: At any of our project locations in the district of Alwar in Rajasthan.

 

Sir Syed Trust (SST) is a registered voluntary organization under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882 based in Rajasthan. The Trust aims to improve the life of marginalized communities by working on Livelihood,.agriculture, horticulture and plantations, and create a society where people could realize their potential and come out of the evils of poverty, illiteracy, malnutrition and social discrimination.

SST believes that the way for a prosperous society is through enhancement of the livelihood opportunities for the people and their sustenance. In the process, the people must be facilitated to develop an alternative vision for the future and their future generation. They must be equipped with knowledge in the form of skill enhancement, alternative / emerging livelihood opportunities, technical expertise, marketing, negotiating, and networking skills which will help them to achieve their dream.

Today, highly motivated and skilled youth under SST’s fold are working in remote villages under the guidance of experienced professional staff.

Email you resume, testimonials and photograph to job.sst.2008@gmail.com

Or asifzaidi.786@gmail.com

You can also contact or mail to:

Sir Syed Trust, M-5, Flat No. 420, Ashiana Aangan, Alwar Bye-Pass Road, Bhiwadi-301019. Distt. Alwar, Rajasthan. Telephone: 7742090933/ 9928687819.

Program Manager-Bangalore, Karnataka

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 7:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Program Manager

Lovedale Foundation

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Apply by: 12 May 2013

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Program Manager plays a central role in the

development and coordination of LF's (Lovedale Foundation) programmatic

activities and related centers.

 

The Program Manager works independently and collaboratively with LF's staff to plan, manage, and implement activities in the following areas:

Vocational Training programs

Community outreach programs

Program Management

Program Monitoring&Evaluation

Public health programming

Meeting design and coordination

Grant report writing

Newsletters and Materials

Coordination with community

Establishing and maintaining partnerships

Documentation

 

The Program Manager position requires excellent analytical,

interpersonal, organizational, and writing skills and the exercise of extensive discretion, independent judgment, and political acumen.

 

WORK DUTIES MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

 

Participate in long- and short-term program development and planning.

 Develop and effectively manage program timelines to ensure timely completion of program deliverable.

 Manage and coordinate programmatic meetings including managing logistical contractors.

 Facilitate small- and large-group meetings and trainings.

 Provide technical assistance to community-based programs.

 Develop publications, fill-up grant applications, and reports through collaborative writing and editing,Manage relationships with contractors.

 Identify partnership and funding opportunities and

promote relationship-building among LF's and other

organizations, agencies,

and/or individuals.

 

Develop and disseminate programmatic and marketing materials.

 Develop PowerPoint presentations and other materials for use during program-related events.

 Develop written and online tools for programmatic use including survey and evaluation instruments.

 Identify technological tools to enhance and support LF'’s capacity and programs.

 Serve as programmatic liaison to external partners, including representing LF's at national, regional and local meetings.

 

 Adhere to LF'S’s administrative and record keeping

guidelines to support accurate bookkeeping and

documentation of activities.

 

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS & CONDITIONS

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

 

• Fresher's are not accepted.

• Graduate degree /Degree in a field related to MSW or equivalent/Experience with national/international organization with similar position may apply.

• Preference to Candidates from Karnataka

• Ability to work with diverse individuals

and groups on complex community issues

• Candidate with 2 wheeler may apply

• Knowledge of and interest in technical assistance and communications

• Willingness to engage in continuous learning and training

• Demonstrated professional and political aptitude

 

SALARY RANGE & BENEFITS:

Salary is contingent upon available funding, and is commensurate with

experience and qualifications. LF'S also offers a competitive benefit package

with market standards.

 

JOB LOCATION:

Bangalore North

REPORTS TO:

Executive Director

Lovedale Foundation values a diverse, respectful, and collaborative work environment. We establish and maintain trustful relationships with all staff, contractors,funders, partners, and communities.

 

www.lovedalefoundation.org

 

Job Email id: career(at)lovedalefoundation.org

H.R Generalist

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 7:35 PM Comments comments (0)

H.R Generalist

Deepalaya

Location: West Delhi, Delhi

Apply by: 15 May 2013

H.R Generalist, Deepalaya

Department: Human Resource (Corporate office)


Reporting: H.R Head

 

Role Summary/Purpose:

Execute HR General Activities such as staffing, training, benefits, corporate relations, campus hiring, engagement activities, manage internal communication, compliance programs, performance & potential management, mentoring volunteers and day-to-day HR operations.

 

Essential Responsibilities

 

• Recruitment and retention of talent

• Training & Development Management - Understanding Learning needs of individual employees and by clusters

• Administration of the Performance & Potential Evaluation System

• Implementing HR initiatives such as career & succession management, compensation Benchmarking, great place to work, employee engagement & employer branding, competency framework, organization behavior & development, HRIS etc

• Support to employees in any Human Resources need, such as vacations, recommendation letter, permissions, etc

• Elaborate and Communicate Organizational Announcements

• HR Reporting & Analytics - Analysis of H.R scorecard & interpretation of reports generated

 

Qualification & Competencies:

• Graduation , MBA(HR) would be preferred

• Preference would be given to candidates having experience in Training & Development, Performance & Potential Management

• Excellent Presentation and Communication skills

• Knowledge of Labour Laws

• Microsoft office (Word, Excel, Power point)

• Planning and organization skills

 

Compensation: Rs. 12,000 – Rs. 14,000 (Per month) depending on the overall profile

Selection & Placement Process:

Resume Screening, Telephonic discussion, Panel Interview, Final negotiation & orientation (One month of formal on-the-job training would be provided before placing the candidate into role)

 

How to Apply:

 Provide us your following details along with C.V at our corporate Human Resource (H.R) Department email id hrd(at)deepalaya(dot)org [hrd@deepalaya.org]

 

1. Current organization and location

2. Present Salary

3. Joining Period

 

Subject of email should be:

< Job Code> ||

 

For example: 130207 || 23 months

 

We would revert to the candidate once he/she is short-listed for the further process and hence feedback would be provided only to the selected candidates

 

Organization Profile

 

Deepalaya, "the abode of light" is the largest operational NGO in Delhi, which is providing quality education, vocational training, for the economically marginalized children, their families, and communities of Delhi, as well as in some rural areas of Haryana and Uttarakand. Deepalaya has established 337 formal and non-formal educational centers. It has four formal schools in Delhi, one in Hariyana and one in Uttar Pradesh. http://deepalaya.org/

 

Deepalaya actively performs the Human Resource Planning in our organization and hence attract and retain the best available Human Resources (mean “Assets” to us).

 

Deepalaya Human Resource Department believes in ARM Powered.

 

A: Attracting Best Talent

R: Retaining the workforce

M: Motivating and Engaging them for better productivity

 Hence, If you want to work in such an organization, Deepalaya is a right fit for you.

 Job Email id: hrd@deepalaya.org

Computer teacher- Dwarka, Delhi

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Computer teacher

sshrishti

Location: Dwarka, Delhi

Apply by: 15 May 2013


Sshrishti requires a committed computer teacher to teach children in Dwarka Sector 3, J J colony, Phase 3 ( near DPS)(Delhi) for three hours daily for six days a week. Must have patience, perseverance and be very child friendly. The candidate is expected to gain confidence of the children,counsel them. The teacher must be efficient in basic computers as well as tally. Please apply immediately.

Terms negotiable.

 Job Email id: sshrishti_trust@yahoo.co.uk

Executive Resource Mobilisation-Delhi

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Executive Resource Mobilisation

HelpAge India

Location: Delhi

Apply by: 15 May 2013

HelpAge India is a reputed charity known for its pioneering work in support of the disadvantaged elderly. Our work has benefited over 8 million elderly and our programmes cater to more than 1.5 million older people every year. We work in the areas of health care, livelihood support, residential care, disaster mitigation, social security and rights of the elderly. The funding for the programmes is largely indigenous and raised from individual, institutional and corporate donors. We also advocate for formation of policy related to the elderly. HelpAge India has been working for over 35 years in India..

 

We are looking for Executive Resource Mobilisation who will be responsible for assisting the department in raising funds for the organisation. The position is based at Head office.

 

Qualification:

 Graduate with 1-2 years of relevant experience. PG Diploma in Marketing will be desirable

 

Job Responsibilities

 • Will be responsible for Donation Boxes all over Delhi

• Maintaining records for the donation boxes and generating MIS

• Responsible for setting up new boxes, generation of new donors for Greeting Cards section, mobilising Direct donations

• Donor servicing

• Responsible for the backend office work like report generation, getting Souvenir, follow up for payments, coordinates with various parties internal as well as external

• Assist departmental head in all other activities as and when required

 

Key Technical Attributes:

 

• Should have excellent communication skills

• Should have excellent networking skills

• Should have an understanding of finance as well as commercial issues

• Should have well versed with MS office

• Should be self motivated

 

Remuneration will be as per HelpAge India’s overall salary structure. Since the job requires extensive travelling within the city people with own conveyance will be preferred. The interested candidates should either email their resumes at hr@helpageindia.org or post their detailed CV with in 15 days at the following address:-

 

HR Department

HelpAge India,

C-14, Qutab Institutional Area,

New Delhi-110016

 Last Date :- 15th May 2013

Program Officer / Research Officer-Assam, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh

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Program Officer / Research Officer

Centre For Social Justice

Location: Assam, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh

Apply by: 15 May 2013

The Centre for Social Justice, a socio-legal organization was initiated in the year 1994, is an institutionalized intervention in the field of law and operates through its networks of Law centres at grass-root level that work on various legal and human rights issues concerning Women, Dalits, Adivasi, Minorities, prisoners and other vulnerable groups. CSJ’s key focus is “Using Law as Tool “ bringing about systematic changes in the society and to make access to justice a reality for vlunerables. We are looking for program officer whose roles and responsibility will be:

1. Planning

2. Monitoring

3. Implementation of program

4. Coordination

5. Research and Documentation

 

Qualification: LLB/LLM

 Experience: 3-5 years of experience in using law and implementing projects at grass root level

 Please mention your expected salary along with your application

 Job Email id: jobscsj(at)gmail.com

 

 

Project Manager - Skill Vouchers-Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Project Manager - Skill Vouchers

Centre for Civil Society

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Apply by: 12 May 2013

  

Centre for Civil Society seeks an experienced vocational training project manager to help design, incubate and implement the skills training voucher pilot.

 The Coordinator for the Skill Voucher Project will be responsible for developing a strong business plan for the project, pitching to investors for investment, coordinating with National Skills Development Council and technical training institutes, designing and executing the voucher pilot, managing training and capacity building activities for government partners. Responsibilities include:

 

• Overall management of the skill voucher pilot including implementation and monitoring and evaluation;

 • Recruiting and coordinating field staff at pilot site;

 • Interacting with senior state and district level government officials, private and government skills training institutes, and communities where project is situated;

 • Managing relations with a number of different academics, researchers and consultants;

 • Organising and managing field visits by national and international researchers, policy makers, activists and CCS supporters;

 • Representing the program at various regional and national fora

 Job Email id: careers@ccs.in

Hunar Ghar Project Manager

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Hunar Ghar Project Manager

Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti

Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan

Apply by: 17 May 2013

RBKS are an Indian NGO founded in 1981. Educate for Life are a UK based charity.

 

RBKS and Educate for Life work together to run Hunar Ghar.

 

Hunar Ghar is a primary school for 130 local children. It is also an action based research centre developing means to ensure quality education and health care services in rural areas, run using community council and democratic processes.

 

You will work with the guidance of the RBKS Secretary and Educate for Life to manage the running of the Hunar Ghar project. You must have exemplary communication and coordination skills. You must also be punctual and a strong decision taker.

 

Your role will include: responsibility for communication and feedback to stakeholders, contact and collaboration between RBKS and Educate for Life, finance management, networking, documentation, funding application submission, vision and activity development, management of relationship between Hunar Ghar government bodies (Health and Education), responsible for ensuring full GOI and FCRA compliance of project.

 

You will work closely with an international team. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a strong interest in education and child development, and the roles they play in community development. It will also be of interest to someone who understands the role of exemplary feedback, documentation and reporting as means of sustainable quality improvement.

 Appropriate person will be committed individual who feels highly stimulated upon learning about Hunar Ghar at www.educateforlife.org.uk

 

The appropriate person has 3 - 5 years relevant experience, fluent Hindi and English (Mewari, Mawari, Rajasthani or Gujarati a bonus), excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

 

Remuneration: INR 17,000 pcm

 

Start date: 1st July 2013

 ** If interested please email ed@educateforlife.org.uk using subject "Hunar Ghar Project Manager" to request full role profile and application process **

 Job Email id: ed@educateforlife.org.uk

Block Coordinator-Hajipur, Bihar

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Block coordinaor

LAKSHYA

Location: Hajipur, Bihar

Apply by: 21 May 2013

Position Title: Block Coordinator

 

Reporting to: District Coordinator

 Educational Qualification: Graduate with 2 years experience in NGOs.

 Age Limit: Not more than 30 years.

 Salary: Rs. 8,000/- per month consolidated.

 

Key tasks and responsibilities

 

• Proper execution of programs and achieving project objective.

• Mapping and Baseline assessment in the community.

• Establish coordination and linkage with State Coordinator and local volunteers to make the project successful.

• Organise meeting with village communities/educational institutions etc.

• Ensure the community participation and house to house campaign.

• Prepare and submit monthly action plan and progress report to the State Coordinator.

• Ensure cost effectiveness and proper utilization of resources for the project.

• Organize and arrange training programs at District/village level.

• Document achievements and learning of the program.

• Work under the guiding principles of LAKSHYA and with a team spirit.

• Promote understanding of the principles and ideals of the LAKSHYA

• Ability to coordinate with government officials, NGOs, volunteers and mass media for effective disaster management at the district level.

• Experience of working with district/block/GP administrations, community based organizations and volunteers.

 

Skills required

 

• Good written and verbal communication skills in both Hindi and English.

• Computer Proficiency; MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Network Browsing.

• Good training and report writing skills.

• Strong analytical and problem solving skills.

• Experience of using computers and basic software

• Ability to work in a group and establish harmonious and effective working relationships with different CBOs.

• Able to work with deadlines, under pressure and priorities work effectively.

 

How to apply :

 Kindly send your detailed CV outlining your job experience and expected Salary with a covering letter. Please email your application to recruitlakshyatrust@gmail.com latest by 21st May 2013. Only short listed candidates shall be contacted.

 

Job Email id: recruitlakshyatrust@gmail.com

Part Time- Documentation Officer

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 5:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Part Time- Documentation Officer

SRISHTI

Location: Dehradun- Uttarakhand, Uttarakhand

Apply by: 20 May 2013

SRISHTI, an NGO working in the Uttarakhand Himalaya is looking for a team of professional (Rural Development, Forest, S&T Technology) for project proposal & report writings work. The person should be well versed with the NGOs and type of writing / needed for making proposal, report for NGOs.

Srishti, is a equal opportunity organization. Female candidates looking for flexible working hours or interested to work from home are encouraged to apply.

Honorarium and other facilities will be as per qualification and experience.

 Job Email id: srishti.dehradun@gmail.com

Multiple Jobs

Posted by Akanksha on April 26, 2013 at 5:50 PM Comments comments (0)

JOBS-

Bengal Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (BNP+)

is a Community Based

Organization for the HIV positive people, by, for and of the people living with HIV/AIDS. Our parent body is Indian Network of People Living With HIV/AIDS (INP+).

 

BNP+’s vision is to access all the people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in West

Bengal, bring them under one umbrella, to help them to live a productive live with

dignity and self-confidence.

 

Very soon we are going to run our Vihaan Project in two districts as a SSR under SAATHII.One is in Uttar Dinajpur district and another one is in Darjeeling district.

 

In those districts various posts are available.You are requested to apply for these posts. Please mail your C.V to bnpplus_05@yahoo.co.in

 

 

CSC Staffing

 

 

o Project coordinator(1)

o Accountant(1)

o Counselor(1)

o Community counselor(1)

o Outreach worker (typically 4-8 depending on client load)

o Support staff(1)

 

 

Project Coordinator (PC)

Key Functions: The Project coordinator will be responsible for implementation of Vihaan program, documentation of program activities and timely preparation of reports at respective SSRs. The PC will work in close collaboration with the program team and Sub Recipient (SR)

 

Educational Qualification; Post Graduatetwoyears relevant experience or Graduate with more than 3 years’ experience

(The criteria for selection will be relaxed for members from PLHIV or key population group with relevant experience and calibre and final decision lies with the interview panel)

Roles and responsibilities of PC

o Supervision of field level activities on regular basis.

o Oversee all capacity building activities for staff and organization.

o Development and monitoring of weekly work plan (for CSC staff) as per the performance indicators for Outreach Workers and Community counselors.

1. Ensure that all project based registers are available that project office and updated periodically.

2. Ensure that the Community counselors and ORWs carry materials that are important for the smooth conduct of program activities both within in the CSC and during the field visits. For e.g. Daily diaries communication/ advocacy materials for distribution/demonstration.

3. Ensure availability of materials( condoms, communication materials where necessary) for distribution

o Oversee all the M&E activities in the project

1. Ensure that all the field data are collected on weekly basis and entered in the MIS.

2. Ensure the timely submission of quarterly report to SR.

o Arrange weekly and monthly meetings to identify lacunas in the project and lead the efforts to address them.

o To ensure

1. That the activities of the CSC reflect the SOP and is in line with the requirements specified in the CST segment of NACP IV

2. Compliance with Global fund procedures and policies

3. Ensure project meets the needs of SR, PR and LFA

o Lead /facilitate all advocacy efforts at the CSC (SSR) level including conducting meetings and focus group discussions in the field.

o To liaise with the accountant and program staff to monitor the project activities in order to ensure implementation of a cost effective CSC.

o Liaise with SR and PR wherever and whenever needed.

o Conduct periodic visits with or without the ORW, counsellor and staff from SR and PR

o

o Liaise where necessary with key stakeholders members of the SLN and DLN, local government structures and SACS / DAPCU/ DHO

o Organise monthly monitoring activities including visits to the sites (Home based care; advocacy related activities etc and share the experiences /concerns with relevant staff during staff meetings.

o Overall supervision of other activities/services that the CSC will be involved in : Linkages, Social protection schemes, treatment services etc

 

Counsellor

Key FunctionsThe Counsellor is key focal person responsible for providing overall psychosocial counselling support to PLHIV including children, families and members from the HRGs who frequent the CSCs. The counsellor will work closely with ORW and community (peer led) counsellors and equip them with skills on developing support groups, providing peer counselling and counselling support on selected thematic areas.

 

Educational Qualification: Graduate with 2 years relevant experience

(The criteria for selection will be relaxed for members from PLHIV or key population group with relevant experience and calibre and final decision lies with the interview panel)

Roles and responsibilities of Counsellor

o Provision of advance level counselling on selected themes to PLHIV beneficiaries in the project.

1. Understand the sub-group-specific special needs in counselling (e.g. PLHIV from HRGs, children and families infected and affected by HIV)

2. Counseling on bereavement, emotional and spiritual well-being of PLHIV which will have bearing on their psychological health.

3. Counselling on reproductive health and child bearing

4. Drug/alcohol and substance abuse counselling

5. Advice on legal rights

6. Nutrition/Health talks /dietary counselling and conduct nutrition assessment

7. Information sharing (related to the HIV disease, death, quality of life etc.)

8. Counselling of children infected and affected by HIV by assisting in varied activities like Life Skills Training, Talent promotion, Recreational activities, Child protection issues, Formation of children support groups, Youth clubs, Sports activities, Family support groups

o To ensure that PLHIVs , where necessary , are linked to other services/service providers both within the CSC and outside (as part of linkages established by the CSC as part of Vihaan)

o To provide family counselling, advance psychosocial, treatment education, adherence, SRH etc at the CSC with PLHIV clients/caregivers who visit CSC.

o Facilitating the process of capacity building of community counsellors.

o Help the ORW in organising support group meetings (SGM)and also facilitate these meetings.

1. The counsellor will assist the community (or peer led counsellor) in facilitating the SGM

o Assist in /develop the communication activities of Vihaan

1. Assist with the development of content/ strategy for sensitisation meetings with different stakeholders as part of the advocacy activities initiated by Vihaan

o Compliance with the ethical norms in counselling as established by the project and in line with the NACP guidelines.

o Diagnostic counselling and testing for HIV/AIDS: Pre-test counselling where necessary and reinforcement of post test counselling of those who are referred to CSC from ICTC and other sources.

o Supervision of peer led community counsellors

o Periodic field visits in conjunction with community counsellor and ORW to meet with members of PLHIV community and their families.

o Facilitate the

1. process of capacity building of Community counsellors

2. Monitoring the weekly work plan of ORWs.

3. Coordination in creating linkages/networking especially with ART centre

4. Helping Project Coordinator in creating appropriate strategies for advocacy environment.

5. Maintenance of registers.

6. Recording feedback from the community in matters relating to counselling

7. Assist Project coordination in building effective field team

 

ORW

Educational Qualification; 12th pass with relevant experience

(The criteria for selection will be relaxed for members from PLHIV or key population group with relevant experience and calibre and final decision lies with the interview panel)

Key Functions: ORW will be the overall lead to the field Team of the CSC. ORW will identify and facilitate registration of PLHIVs including those with special needs (children, HRGs) under the programme. In conjunction with community counsellors, they will provide support and education on treatment, nutrition to PLHIVs. They will also maintain records of beneficiaries they serve. ORW involve PLHIVs in community based programs and activities and help them lead a healthy life style and live positively.

 

Roles and responsibilities of ORW

o Identification and registration of PLHIV including those from HRGs under CSCs

o Conduct field visits, participate in awareness generation activities

1. Conduct home visits with the community counsellor, registered PLHIV and affected families to provide treatment education, education on prophylaxis (adults & children), on OI infections, respiratory infections, nutrition education, healthy lifestyles and positive living and psychosocial support

2. Track LFUs(ART and Pre ART) and report back on the status

3. Liaise with and conduct regular visits to respective ART centres assigned by the coordinator

o Provide home based care services in accordance to the guidelines developed under the program

o Develop of work plan

1. Responsible for weekly report writing, record keeping MIS.

o Facilitate networking among partner NGOs, CSC linkages with other programs/services

1. Provide functional referral services through effective linkages with public health and private service providers and ensure accessibility of services through regular home visits

2. Listing and meeting with local services providers like private medical practitioners, legal advisors etc in the target area.

o Advocacy

1. Organizing community events with the help of community counsellors and DLN. health camps, fairs etc

2. Organizing and participating in advocacy activities including rapport building with other stakeholders both within government and in the community.

3. Liaise with AWC and ASHA, referral of eligible children and pregnant women to access supplementary nutrition from AWC

4. Liaise with community leaders, local clubs and other social organizations to enhance their involvement in the program

 

o Assist the project in the recruitment of suitable community counsellors.

o Meeting with the community counsellors once a week.

o Liaise with TIs in the district

o Facilitate filling of forms and collect them from households for social entitlements and schemes - hand over to the PC.

o Co-ordinate with the counselor and Project Coordinator in the Program, reporting of daily activities and performing tasks or responsibilities assigned by PC from time to time

 

Community counsellors

Educational Qualification:12th pass with relevant experience and from PLHIV community

 

Key functions: Key link between the CSC and the field in all matters relating to counselling. S/he will also play an important role of linking beneficiary PLHIV to the project, linking the CSC with the PLHIV networks and also in the advocacy activities in the project

 

Roles and responsibilities of Community Counsellor

o Conduct sensitization meeting with village panchayats(PRIs) and key stakeholders on issues of care and support and prioritize PLHIV and affected families for availing social entitlements and schemes

o Community advocacy with local stakeholders

o Liaise with local Positive networks(wherever CSCs are managed by NGO)

o Encourage and counsel partners/spouses and children for early testing and accompany and refer family members and partners for ICTC and other health referrals

o Formation and strengthening of support groups of adults and children in the respective field areas with the help of Counselor and PC

o Support outreach

1) By providing first stop counselling services in the field for PLHIV and families on treatment education for people who are on ART and not on ART.

o Set the tone for advance counselling at CSC by providing basic psycho-social support to PLHIV who are on ART and their family members

o Activities :

1) Assist the ORW in providing referral services to other service providers ,home visit and follow-up visits for PLHA on ART

2) Attend the training programs organized by the DLN/NGO

3) Maintaining records/registers and submits monthly reports to the DLN.

o Play an assist (to ORW and other CSC staff) or lead role in project activities that require the presence of community members e.g. advocacy initiatives.

o Generate demand for Welfare programs/schemes and facilitating identification of beneficiaries

o Building skills of PLHIV community in understanding the importance of positive prevention

o Attend review meetings and preparing and present daily reports to CSC counselor\

o Attend all trainings, workshops and seminars conducted by the SSR

 

Accountant

Educational Qualification; B.Com with experience of working with Tally

(The criteria for selection will be relaxed for members from PLHIV or key population group with relevant experience and calibre and final decision lies with the interview panel)

 

Key functions: Sole key focal person at the SSR level for all financial matters in SSR. Will work closely with PC and the finance person in SR to ensure smooth conduct of financial matters.

 

Roles and responsibilities of Accountant

o Disbursement of salary.

o Work closely with PC and other staff of CSC.

o Liaise with finance staff at SR

o Preparation of appointment letters for new staff in consultation with PC.

o Maintaining indent file, requisition slip, order file, quotation file, challan, cash book, ledger book, voucher file, rent and services charges file, office operating cost file, Communication (Telephone/T.A.) Bank Transactions recording daily flow chart.

o Maintain attendance register and leave record.

o Bank Reconciliation.

o Representing the organization at meetings, conferences & workshops.

o Preparing of financial reports like C.M.I.S. & S.O.E.

 

Job Email id: bnpplus_05@yahoo.co.in

H.R Generalist

Posted by Akanksha on April 25, 2013 at 9:20 AM Comments comments (0)

H.R Generalist

Deepalaya

Location: West Delhi, Delhi

 Apply by: 15 May 2013


H.R Generalist, Deepalaya

Department: Human Resource (Corporate office)

 Reporting: H.R Head

 

Role Summary/Purpose:

 Execute HR General Activities such as staffing, training, benefits, corporate relations, campus hiring, engagement activities, manage internal communication, compliance programs, performance & potential management, mentoring volunteers and day-to-day HR operations.

 

Essential Responsibilities

 • Recruitment and retention of talent

• Training & Development Management - Understanding Learning needs of individual employees and by clusters

• Administration of the Performance & Potential Evaluation System

• Implementing HR initiatives such as career & succession management, compensation Benchmarking, great place to work, employee engagement & employer branding, competency framework, organization behavior & development, HRIS etc

• Support to employees in any Human Resources need, such as vacations, recommendation letter, permissions, etc

• Elaborate and Communicate Organizational Announcements

• HR Reporting & Analytics - Analysis of H.R scorecard & interpretation of reports generated

 

Qualification & Competencies:

 

• Graduation , MBA(HR) would be preferred

• Preference would be given to candidates having experience in Training & Development, Performance & Potential Management

• Excellent Presentation and Communication skills

• Knowledge of Labour Laws

• Microsoft office (Word, Excel, Power point)

• Planning and organization skills

 

Compensation: Rs. 12,000 – Rs. 14,000 (Per month) depending on the overall profile

 

 Selection & Placement Process:

 

Resume Screening, Telephonic discussion, Panel Interview, Final negotiation & orientation (One month of formal on-the-job training would be provided before placing the candidate into role)

 

 

How to Apply:

 

Provide us your following details along with C.V at our corporate Human Resource (H.R) Department email id hrd(at)deepalaya(dot)org [hrd@deepalaya.org]

 

1. Current organization and location

2. Present Salary

3. Joining Period

 

Subject of email should be:

< Job Code> ||

 

For example: 130207 || 23 months

 

We would revert to the candidate once he/she is short-listed for the further process and hence feedback would be provided only to the selected candidates

 

Organization Profile

 

Deepalaya, "the abode of light" is the largest operational NGO in Delhi, which is providing quality education, vocational training, for the economically marginalized children, their families, and communities of Delhi, as well as in some rural areas of Haryana and Uttarakand. Deepalaya has established 337 formal and non-formal educational centers. It has four formal schools in Delhi, one in Hariyana and one in Uttar Pradesh. http://deepalaya.org/

 

Deepalaya actively performs the Human Resource Planning in our organization and hence attract and retain the best available Human Resources (mean “Assets” to us).

 

Deepalaya Human Resource Department believes in ARM Powered.

 

A: Attracting Best Talent

R: Retaining the workforce

M: Motivating and Engaging them for better productivity

Hence, If you want to work in such an organization, Deepalaya is a right fit for you.

Job Email id: hrd@deepalaya.org

 

 


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