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March 19, 2018

Aga Khan Rural Support Programme – India looking for Project Coordinator (Skill Development)

Organization: Aga Khan Rural Support Programme – India (AKRSPI)

Position: Project Coordinator – Skill Development
No. of vacancies: 01

Location: Netrang, Gujarat

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:

Educational Qualification: Post Graduate/Graduate in any field
Experience: Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in skill development

Skills required:
— Excellent Leadership Skills
— Understanding of Skill Development/ Vocational training.
— Team Management
— Good Communication and command over Gujarati and English language.
— Good Negotiation and Liaison skills
— Basic Computer Knowledge (Word, Advanced Excel, Power Point, Emails)

Roles and Responsibilities:
— Direct, manage and lead the team of 20 members towards the goals.
— Develop operational strategies for implementing the goal of the project.
— Responsible to adhere to project timelines and completion of tasks as per the project demand.
— Develop progress reports, and documentation of experiences,
— Forecast requirements and scheduling expenditures as per the allotted budget and proper management of the budget.
— Manage day-to-day operational aspects of the project and scope.
— Monitor the progress, quality aspects as per the deliverables.
— Support various teams with regards to operational issues, and supporting them for its deliverables.
— Maintain cordial relationship with donors at local level and adhering to their guidelines.

Application Process: Interested candidates are requested to apply on hr@akrspi.org with subject line “PC (Skill)” within 7 working days

Last date to apply: 29 May 2017


Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India) is a non-denominational, non-government organization.

AKRSP (I) was established in Gujarat in 1984 and it seeks to contribute to rural poverty reduction through community involvement and empowerment that leads to the efficient management and improved productivity of natural resources.