MelJol NGO is looking for the post of Coordinator – District office
Position: Coordinator – District office
No. of Vacancies: 05 ( 1 for each locaiton)
Locations: Yawatmal ( Maharashtra), Barananki ( Uttar Pradesh), Gonda ( Uttar Pradesh), Hazaribag ( Jarkhand), Chatra ( Jharkhand)
Minimum Eligibility Requirements:
Educational Qualification: Master degree in Social work, Sociology or any other relevant post graduate level degree
Experience: At least 5 years’ experience in the education and/or area of child rights and programme implementation
— Fluent in English Hindi / Marathi and ability to write in English and Hindi / Marathi
— Excellent inter-personal and communication skills
— Able to understand and read complexity of the community
— Skill of problem solving and multitasking
— Excellent organizational skills
— Must be comfortable working with a flexible and demanding work schedule and environment.
— Ability to build rapport and develop positive relationships with community residents
— Ability to work as a member of a diverse team and be an effective leader who can create a warm and encouraging team dynamic
— Produces high-quality, meticulous and detailed written work
— Is able to create, manage and work within budgets
— Willingness and flexibility to move seamlessly from role to role depending on the context
Roles and Responsibilities:
— Prepare annual, quarterly, monthly and weekly plans for the programme implementation with support from Sr. Coordinator and Dy. Director
— Support the Senior Coordinator and Deputy Executive Director(Programmes) in developing and executing field strategies and programme monitoring and evaluation plans to maximize the impact of MelJol programme activities
— Implement the project at district level to carry out the planned activities with the given specific budgets and time line
— Coordinate all activities at State level for programme such as liaison with government authorities and other stakeholders such as banks, post offices etc.
— Work closely with the Sr Coordinator to monitor key indicators for ongoing assessment and evaluation of programme
— Supervise and guide the work of the facilitators / teachers through regular visits, meetings, mentoring and direct advice and counsel to ensure the quality of Programme delivery.
— Build the capacity of the immediate team , facilitators and teachers to implement the programme
— Prepare quality, analytical and timely reports and other documents to be reported to MelJol’s head office on a periodic basis
— Report the Field office related expenditure and maintain records of the transactions entered at the field level on regular basis to the MelJol head office.
— Represent MelJol at various fora as necessary
Last date to apply: 14 March 2017
— For any queries, you may contact at 022-25241050
MelJol is a non-governmental organization (NGO) registered under the Societies Registration Act. MelJol was initiated as a field action project of Family and Child Welfare, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai in December 1991. Since its inception MelJol has focussed on fostering healthy attitudes in children, creating awareness of the different needs of children from different backgrounds, and building spirit of confidence and entrepreneurship in order to create a civil society based on the co-existence and achievement.