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April 25, 2018

SELCO Foundation looking for Project Coordinator

Organization: SELCO Foundation

Position: Project Coordinator
Reporting to: Program Manager, Livelihoods

Shift Timings: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Working Days: Mondays to Saturdays

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka (Headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka with pan India operations)

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:

Educational Qualification: Degree or equivalent experience in design, development, management, entrepreneurship, social sciences, engineering or related fields
Experience: 2 to 5 years

Skills required: 
— A keen interest in crafts, design & exploring the energy-livelihood nexus
— Work experience in the field of livelihoods preferred
— Willingness to travel
— Knowledge of Kannada is preferred not required

Job Description: The Project Coordinator will work with the livelihood team to identify, develop, implement and monitor artisan livelihood related projects (such as solar looms, silk reeling, pottery etc). The role includes aspects of:

Livelihood analysis and eco system creation (i.e. Connecting energy and livelihoods through appropriate market linkage, design, financial, technological and social solutions), creating, implementing and documenting innovative models so that they can be easily replicated, partnership development & management, monitoring and evaluation and impact assessment.

Application Process: Interested candidates should send their updated CVs and cover letter to huda@selcofoundation.org mentioning in the subject line “Application for Livelihood, Program Coordinator”.

Selection Process: Initial call (telephonic or Skype) followed by an in-person interview

Last date to apply: 23 December 2016


About SELCO Foundation:

SELCO Foundation engages in field-based R&D and ecosystem building for deployment of decentralized renewable energy solutions that alleviate poverty in urban, rural and tribal poor areas. The organization works across verticals such as energy access, built environment, health, water purification, livelihoods, education with practitioners in the social sector, energy entrepreneurs and partners from various developmental sectors.