Friday, January 31, 2014

Finance Officer - WaterAid




Finance Officer
Location: Bhopal
The package for the position will be around Rs.8.3 lakhs Gross per annum

WaterAid India invites applications from experienced and qualified professionals, preferably chartered accountants with significant experience in Budget and Finance Management, NGO partner support and monitoring for the position of Finance Officer for its office in Bhopal.

WaterAid is an international nongovernmental organisation focused exclusively on improving poor people’s access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation in developing countries.

WaterAid has operations in 26 countries of Africa, Asia and the Pacific Region. In India WaterAid operates as a liaison Office (Country Office) in New Delhi and Additional Liaison (Regional) Offices in Bangalore, Bhopal, Lucknow, and Bhubaneshwar. In 10 states across the country WaterAid supports the work of a large number of national and regional NGOs in the provision of safe and effective water and sanitation for poor and marginalized communities. Our team of professionals includes programme, policy and finance staff. India Country Programme is one ofWaterAid’s most established programmes in Asia with a total of 54 staff. WAI’s programme focus in the coming five years will be promoting and securing the rights and access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation for many poor people through direct services and millions more through our influencing work. This will include significant inputs of research, documentation, advocacy, networking and supporting NGOs.

Monday, January 27, 2014

Help Desk Assistant - UNICEF




United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) the world’s leading organization working for the rights of children, invites applications for the following vacancy:

Position:  Help Desk Assistant

Location: New Delhi

Temporary appointment for 364 Days

Purpose of the Post
Under the supervision of the IT Officer, the Help Desk Assistant will be responsible for providing technical support to users and solutions to IT problems.

Friday, January 24, 2014

State Program Representative - The Micronutrient Initiative




POSITION PROFILE
Identification
Position Title:
State Program Representative
Reports to/Position Title:
Deputy Country Director, MI
Works with:
Country Office team
Location:
Ahmedabad/Gandhinagar, Gujarat
Last date of application
February 2, 2014
Overall Purpose/Broad Function:
•  The incumbent will be responsible for ensuring the strong implementation of MI programs in Gujarat, supervision of MI India field activities in the State, and developing and maintaining working relations with key senior Government officials and other implementing agencies and donors as required.

Senior Program Officer/ Program Officer - The INCLEN Trust International



Position: Senior Program Officer/ Program Officer 

Organization: The INCLEN Trust International 

Location: Delhi, Vellore (Tamilnadu), Pune (Maharashtra)

About Us: INCLEN is unique global network of clinical epidemiologists, biostatisticians, health social scientists, health economists and other health professionals affiliated with key academic health-care institutions. We are dedicated to improving the health of disadvantaged populations by promoting equitable health care based on the best evidence of effectiveness and the efficient use of resources.We achieve this by using the network to conduct collaborative, inter-disciplinary research on high-priority health problems. The INCLEN Trust International has setup demographic development environmental and health surveillance site (SOMAARTH) in District Palwal, Haryana. 
INCLEN is seeking application for positions of Senior Program Officer/ Program Officer to lead and coordinate project/ program on immunization at these three sites. 

Program Officer – Nutrition Research - The INCLEN Trust International



Position: Program Officer –Nutrition Research)

Organization: The INCLEN Trust International 

Location: INCLEN Executive Office, New Delhi

About Us: INCLEN is unique global network of clinical epidemiologists, biostatisticians, health social scientists, health economists and other health professionals affiliated with key academic health-care institutions. We are dedicated to improving the health of disadvantaged populations by promoting equitable health care based on the best evidence of effectiveness and the efficient use of resources.We achieve this by using the network to conduct collaborative, inter-disciplinary research on high-priority health problems. 

The INCLEN is undertaking a multisite nationwide nutrition research focusing on nutrition of children under five and pregnant women and lactating mother.

Job Description/Responsibilities: 
The incumbent is expected to perform the following tasks; 
• Research protocol development and project instrument designing;
• Assist in writing scientific papers and preparing conference presentations;
• Assist management in implementation of project, performance monitoring of staff and periodic MIS; 
• Coordinate with the partners, funder and government officials and other stakeholders; 
• Work closely with other program and administrative team in program management and related areas;
• Develop and participate in training courses for researchers;
• Ability and desire to travel to study sites in-country frequently as desired;
• Perform professional service as assigned by INCLEN from time to time.

Training and Documentation Officers - ChildFund India



JOB DESCRIPTIONS – MNGO Project
Mission Convergence is a flagship programme of the Delhi Government which seeks to strike the right balance between various government departments, Community Based Organizations and the people by ringing in major reforms in governance for empowerment and upliftment of the vulnerable population of Delhi ensuring the convergence of more than 40 social sector schemes spread across nine departments.

Gender Resource Centres- Suvidha Kendras (GRC-SKs) serve as first point of contact for the community. These structures have been set up by the government in partnership with the civil society organizations (CSOs) to reach out to people and take government programmes to communities

Mission Convergence has engaged ChildFund India as Mother NGOs (MNGOs) to facilitate, guide and supervise the Field NGOs (FNGOs) functioning of GRC-SKs. ChildFund India is responsible for 37 GRC-SKs and 5 Extension Centers located in South, South-West and Central Delhi.
Post: Training and Documentation Officers
Reports to: Project Manager

Location:  Delhi

Area Manager - Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India)



Aga Khan Rural Support Programme(India)

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. 

• Position: Area Manager 

• Location: Netrang, South Gujarat 

• Education: Post graduate in Social Science /Rural management/ Agriculture

• Experience: 5 years field experience and 2 to 3 years experience in handling multi disciplinary team and implementation of projects related to agriculture extension, community institutions especially women CBOS and/or local self governance. Working experience in tribal areas/communities would be given priority.

Monitoring Officer - ChildFund India



JOB DESCRIPTIONS – MNGO Project
Mission Convergence is a flagship programme of the Delhi Government which seeks to strike the right balance between various government departments, Community Based Organizations and the people by ringing in major reforms in governance for empowerment and upliftment of the vulnerable population of Delhi ensuring the convergence of more than 40 social sector schemes spread across nine departments.

Gender Resource Centres- Suvidha Kendras (GRC-SKs) serve as first point of contact for the community. These structures have been set up by the government in partnership with the civil society organizations (CSOs) to reach out to people and take government programmes to communities

Mission Convergence has engaged ChildFund India as Mother NGOs (MNGOs) to facilitate, guide and supervise the Field NGOs (FNGOs) functioning of GRC-SKs. ChildFund India is responsible for 37 GRC-SKs and 5 Extension Centers located in South, South-West and Central Delhi.

Post: Monitoring Officer
Reports to: Project Manager

Location:  Delhi

Counselor Family Planning - Futures Group International India


Counselor Family Planning

Futures Group – Project Ujjwal

Location: Bihar, District level – 5 nos. 

Position: Full time Consultant Agreement

Submission Last Day: February 09, 2014

Futures Group has worked in more than 60 developing countries to build local capacity to design and implement effective strategies to address critical development issues since its inception in 1971. We have earned a reputation as a global leader in public health, including reproductive health and HIV/AIDS.

We invite applications from qualified candidates for the position of Counselor Family Planning in the Reproductive Health Framework (RH Framework) Project Ujjwal funded by DFID. The full-time positions are based at five government facilities of Bihar. The facilities are: 
1. Sadar Hospital , Begusarai 
2. Sub Divisional Hospital , Barh, Patna
3. Sub Divisional Hospital, Rosera, Samastipur
4. Referral Hospital , Marhaura , Saran 
5. Sadar Hospital, E Champaran 

Senior Research Fellow - The INCLEN Trust International


Position: Senior Research Fellow

Organization: The INCLEN Trust International 

Location: IIGH Laboratory, F- 17, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase I, New 
Delhi

About Us: INCLEN is unique global network of clinical epidemiologists, biostatisticians, health social scientists, health economists and other health professionals affiliated with key academic health-care institutions. We are dedicated to improving the health of disadvantaged populations by promoting equitable health care based on the best evidence of effectiveness and the efficient use of resources.We achieve this by using the network to conduct collaborative, inter-disciplinary research on high-priority health problems. 

The INCLEN is undertaking an international collaborative project “Influenza Immunization of children in India”on at IIGH (Laboratory), New Delhi. 

Job Description/Responsibilities: 
The incumbent is expected to perform the following tasks; 
• Implementation of study protocol and SOPs
• To provide quality assurance of laboratory data collection including to training of the research staff and laboratory data collection and management
• You will assist laboratory procedures and activities
• You will support staff such as laboratory Senior Research Officers, Research Officer, Laboratory Assistants and Lab Technicians in their routine laboratory activities
• It may involve travel to field for data collection and/ or quality assurance and/ or any project related activities
• Any other activities that are agreed upon by the Professors Director Laboratory Science at the institution and collaborator, respectively

Monday, January 20, 2014

Program Manager - SAHAY - Children International


SAHAY, an affiliate of Children International, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and families living in poverty. SAHAY implements health, nutrition, education and employability programs with 27,000 children and youth in West Bengal. Our mission is that every child graduates from our program as a healthy, educated, self–reliant adult with the job skills and drive to break free from poverty while improving their own community.
 
SAHAY is inviting applications for the position of Program Manager based at Kolkata.
 
 
Scope of the Position:The Program Manager is one of the key managerial positions within the organization and is responsible for providing oversight to all the programs implemented by SAHAY reporting to the Director.

Investigations Trainer - International Justice Mission (IJM)



Investigations Trainer, National Inteventions

The Need
International Justice Mission (IJM) is seeking an Investigations Trainer for the National Interventions Program based out of IJM Delhi office. The Investigations Trainer is responsible for preparing and conducting investigations trainings for government officials and grass root NGOs. Qualified candidates must have good health and strong stamina. 

Responsibilities
• Identify NGOs qualified for bonded labour investigations training
• Assist NGOs in development of a bonded labour investigations team
• Develop and conduct investigations training, including training materials – focused on effective field investigation, right questioning, documentation of legal violations, safety and security etc
• Develop and conduct investigations leadership training, including appropriate training materials – focused on managing investigation team 
• Build centers of excellence for focused areas, such as child labour, migrant labour, etc
• Liaise with state actors, such as Anti-Human Trafficking Units, Police Academy etc; and development of joint working strategies
• Monitor the performance of partner NGOs and mentor them to achieve results 
• Review and update training materials regularly, ensuring alignment with global standards 

Zone Head - International Justice Mission (IJM)



Zone Head, National Interventions

The Need
International Justice Mission (IJM) is seeking Zone Heads to carry out the responsibilities listed below for National Interventions Program run from IJM Delhi office. The qualified candidate must have proven relationship management skills, proven leadership abilities, demonstrable knowledge of bonded labour casework including information gathering, documenting facts, and developing comprehensive aftercare strategies for victims of forced labour. The Zone head is to lead and guide a network of NGOs in their respective Zones (that consist of multiple States) to successfully involve in rescue and rehabilitation of Bonded Labourers and prosecution of perpetrators by engaging respective state authorities.

Responsibilities
• Identify NGOs in the Zone that allies with IJM’s approach of making public system work; conduct due-diligence of their capability; assess their interest to partnership, propose partnership and develop relationship;
• Map state authorities in the Zone; develop engagement plans and execute the same;
• Build capability of NGOs and Government Institutions in the Zone through trainings and workshops to do Bonded Labour casework;
• Provide mentoring to NGOs to achieve results in all or their respective areas of casework;
• Liaise and advocate with the Government on behalf of the NGOs for getting relief to the clients;
• Propose strategic events to achieve scale of work and conduct the same;
• Establish working relationship with media; ensure coverage of BL news to amplify support and results.
Skills and Experience
• Experience in a related field for a minimum of five years;
• Degree in Social Work or Master’s Degree in Business Administration or similar;
• Fully understand the relevant laws and procedures related to bonded labour;
• Ability to speak, read and write in English, Hindi, and one other target region language;
• Previous experience leading, training, and motivating staff members.
• Proven relationship management skills

Advocate - International Justice Mission (IJM)


Advocate, National Interventions


The Need
IJM is seeking a professional advocate to manage and litigate an active caseload of criminal cases throughout India. The successful candidate will research and write extensively on issues of procedure, evidence and substantive law, and train partners and other power actors on the Bonded Labour Act and Acts relevant to the work of IJM across the country. The position is based out of IJM Delhi Office and requires significant travel throughout India. 

Responsibilities
• Fully understand the laws and procedures related to Bonded Labour Abolition, Prevention of Trafficking, Prevention of atrocities against SC/ST , Inter-State Migration, Minimum Wages and other related ones; 
• Advice NGO partners on litigation strategies for each case;
• Lead the case, appear in courts and argue where required; 
• Train internal junior advocates and lawyers of NGO partners to assist the prosecution and support the needs of cases;
• Provide leadership in preparing written briefs, memoranda and arguments for various courts with well-researched authorities;
• Manage multiple cases in various jurisdictions simultaneously;
• Write research pieces and opinion pieces, and build a brand for the cause and the organization; 
• Initiate and attend regular meetings with government and police officials and with public prosecutors; Develop and maintain strong relationships with the bar across the country; 
• Create and provide training to other non-governmental organizations, prosecutors and police and government officials as required;
• Engage state authorities such as NALSA, NHRC, NMJDLR, NAC, Supreme Court Commissions etc. for such authorities to champion the cause of Bonded Labour; 
• Provide timely, concise and thorough written reports of all activities; Manage time and resources effectively;
• Maintain confidentiality of privileged and sensitive information;
• Comply with all laws and ethical cannons;
• Carry out an additional portfolio of assignments given by the Director. 

Legal Advocacy Officer - Voluntary Health Association of India (VHAI)



VHAI is implementing a comprehensive health promotion and tobacco control programme at the national and state levels across several settings in the country. VHAI is also a major publisher of advocacy materials on health, gender, health promotion, tobacco control and development issues. More information on our activities is available at: www.vhai.org and www.rctfi.org.

VHAI invites applications for the post of: 

Legal Advocacy Officer (Part Time/Full Time)

Applicants should have a post-graduate degree in law from a recognised University with a minimum of 2-3 years of experience of working under a senior lawyer or law firm. He/she should be able to demonstrate requisite knowledge and ability in handling legal work. He/she should have at least 4-5 years of experience of working with a good solicitors firm on human rights issues and/or health issues. He/she should also possess excellent oral and written communication skills, including ability to negotiate

Administrative & Human Resources Assistant - International Justice Mission (IJM)



Administrative & Human Resources Assistant, Delhi, India

The Need
International Justice Mission (IJM) is seeking an Administrative and Human Resource Assistant who works closely with the Director of Administration to ensure smooth and efficient functioning of the office. This position supports the administrative and human resource aspects of the field office and is based in Delhi. This position reports to the Director of Administration.

Responsibilities
• Assist the Director of Administration with recruitment by advertising open positions and screening and interviewing potential candidates;
• Maintain recruiting files and work with the Director of Administration on the hiring process and documentation;
• Review staff monthly timesheets;
• Make travel arrangements for staff trips outside Delhi (except Field Office Director), including airfare and hotel accommodations, following IJM’s procurement policy;
• Work with Director of Administration to organize and coordinate IJM meetings, conferences and staff retreats;
• Coordinate and schedule transportation for the office, including use of IJM vehicles or hiring a driver and/or third party vehicle;
• Organize and coordinate office visits for IJM headquarters staff and donors, including trip agenda and hotel accommodations;
• Ensure operation and maintenance of office equipment, establishing and maintaining vendor relations to further this end;
• Organize and replenish office stationary and supplies, establishing and maintaining vendor relations to further this end;
• Answer incoming phone calls in a professional and courteous manner and ensure front desk decorum is maintained.
• Maintain calendar of special events, including holidays, staff birthdays and anniversary dates;
Participate in any casework related activity as and when needed.
• Carry out additional assignments at the supervisor’s request.

Finance Officer - Islamic Relief Worldwide Projects-OFFER


Finance Officer
Ref: FO/DEL/01-14

Location: New Delhi

The post holder has day-to-day responsibility to ensure ensures that all Finance systems are in place that comply with statutory and IRW guidelines and to enable the organisation to effectively focus on the socio-economic and humanitarian needs of vulnerable people. 

The Organisation: Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW) is a global humanitarian organisation which works in more than 35 countries across the globe. In India since 2005 IRW is partnering with OFFER which was established in 1998, primarily to serve destitute women and children. IRW-OFFER launched its activities in the field of Education, Health, Emergency Relief, Livelihoods, Microfinance and Sustainable Development.

Islamic Relief Worldwide –OFFER in India and has implemented over 20 projects across Gujarat, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, and Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. It has offices in New Delhi, Bangalore and Calicut.

Executive Assistant - International Justice Mission (IJM)


Executive Assistant, Delhi, India 


The Need
International Justice Mission (IJM) is seeking an Executive Assistant who will support and enhance operations at the Delhi office. The Executive Assistant will work closely with the Field Office Director to monitor the office’s progress to meet annual targets and budgets. The position is based in New Delhi and will report to the Field Office Director. 

Responsibilities
• Coordinate & manage communications and schedules between the FODs office, departments, Delhi field office teams & personnel and other IJM offices, including the headquarters. 
• Oversee the office’s data integrity and ensure departments are accurately reporting office information within the reporting systems.
• Generate and submit reports, including the monthly report, as requested by the Field Office Director or by headquarters.
• Coordinate travel arrangements, draft agendas and correspondence.
• Review and proof documents, records and forms for accuracy, completeness and conformance to applicable policies.
• Provide information and assistance in person and on the phone on a variety of matters.
• Prepare and maintain a variety of records, files and casework materials.
• Assist the Field Office Director in writing, editing and submitting external and internal reports.
• Participate in meetings and record detailed minutes and action items.
• Assist in the overall organizational development.
• Assist the Field Office Director in administrative tasks, as required.
• Participate and support the advocacy and intervention teams as required.

Program Assistant - Jhpiego


Program Assistant

Based at Delhi and Lucknow

Jhpiego is an international, non-profit health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University. For 40 years and in over 150 countries, Jhpiego has worked to prevent the needless deaths of women and their families. Jhpiego works with health experts, governments and community leaders to develop strategies that help countries care for themselves by training health care workers, strengthening health systems and improving delivery of care. 

Jhpiego designs innovative, effective and low-cost health care solutions that are breaking down barriers to high-quality health care for the world’s most vulnerable populations. Jhpiego uses its global presence and technical leadership to develop technology-based innovations and systems for significant global health impact. 

In India, Jhpiego works across nineteen states in close collaboration with national and state governments by providing technical assistance in the areas of family planning; maternal, newborn and child health; and pre-service nursing and midwifery education. These projects are funded by USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Norway India Partnership Initiative (NIPI), David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Children’s Investment Foundation Fund (CIFF), MacArthur Foundation, Department for International Development (DFID); MSD for Mothers and others.

Jhpiego is hiring for the positions of Program Associate based and Delhi and Lucknow. The position will provide programmatic, administrative, and logistic support to the Pre-Service program team. 

Consultants - National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC)


Consultants – National Health Systems Resource Centre 

NHSRC is hiring consultants to work as part of technical assistance teams in the following areas: Public Health Planning, Community Processes, Human Resources for Health, Health Management Information Systems, Health Care Financing etc. Consultants with in-depth experience in one or more areas would be preferred. For some tasks consultants with MBBS qualification and Public Health are preferred. Consultants are expected to deliver against specific terms of reference finalized at the time of appointment, but this can be modified or changed based on organizational needs.

Terms of Reference
• Systematic collection, documentation & Presentation of information regarding health system and health needs including the inputs to key decision makers. 
• Analysis of data from HMIS & its use for decision makers and the support to states and districts.
• Building capacities at district and state level for making state and district health plans and for review & improving the plans, using both epidemiological and HMIS inputs and support on budgeting and financial planning as required by the poor performing states.
• Provide Technical Assistance in areas related to health systems strengthening Public Health Planning, Community Processes, Human Resources for Health, Health Management Information Systems, Health Care Financing etc. 
• Undertake other assignments, which may be assigned from time to time by the Reporting Officer. 

Program Officer - Jhpiego


Program Officer

Based at Lucknow and Ranchi

Jhpiego is an international, non-profit health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University. For 40 years and in over 150 countries, Jhpiego has worked to prevent the needless deaths of women and their families. Jhpiego works with health experts, governments and community leaders to develop strategies that help countries care for themselves by training health care workers, strengthening health systems and improving delivery of care. 

Jhpiego designs innovative, effective and low-cost health care solutions that are breaking down barriers to high-quality health care for the world’s most vulnerable populations. Jhpiego uses its global presence and technical leadership to develop technology-based innovations and systems for significant global health impact. 

In India, Jhpiego works across nineteen states in close collaboration with national and state governments by providing technical assistance in the areas of family planning; maternal, newborn and child health; and pre-service nursing and midwifery education. These projects are funded by USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Norway India Partnership Initiative (NIPI), David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Children’s Investment Foundation Fund (CIFF), MacArthur Foundation, Department for International Development (DFID); MSD for Mothers and others.

Jhpiego is hiring for the position of Program Officers (PO) based at the state capitals of Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand for its new program of increasing access to quality, evidence-based antenatal, intrapartum and immediate postpartum care, including postpartum family planning services, to mothers by leveraging the presence and enterprise of private sector providers in selected cities of these states. The PO will work for day to day management of program activities, conduct advocacy visits to program stakeholders, support in implementing the program at target cities and ensure monitoring and evaluation of program activities. The PO will report to the National/State Program Manager.

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Technical Expert – Capacity Building for SBCC - FHI 360


Position : Technical Expert – Capacity Building for SBCC

Organization : FHI 360

Project : Improving Healthy Behaviors Program

Supervisor : Chief Technical Advisor – Institutional 
Strengthening

Location : Chhattisgarh

Project Summary
FHI360 works to bring about positive changes in the actions of individuals, communities and institutions that improve the health and well-being of vulnerable populations across the world. Through bilateral funding from USAID/India, FHI360’s BCC-IHBP Task Order focuses on institutional strengthening for Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) at national and state levels. The project uses evidence-based approaches to design SBCC strategies for HIV/AIDS, TB, MCH and FP/RH that reach to the community level and focus on individual and social change. Through advocacy and other community interventions, vulnerable communities will be empowered to address a variety of health issues, overcoming barriers such as stigma and gender-based discrimination.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Head of Communications - Poorest Areas Civil Society Programme (PACS)



Job Advertisement - Head of Communications - PACS
The Poorest Areas Civil Society Programme (PACS) is an initiative of the UK Government’s Department for International Development, to work with civil society in India, to help socially excluded groups claim their rights and entitlements more effectively. PACS covers 90 districts in seven states: Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
The seven year programme (2009-2016) supports civil society organisations promoting inclusive policies, programmes and institutions at local, district and state levels. PACS targets socially excluded groups: scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, Muslims, women and people with disability. For more details please visit www.pacsindia.org.
PACS is looking for an exceptional individual to manage its communications for the programme. The role holder will manage a Communications Manager and Web Content Manager, along with any external agencies and consultants.
Role purpose and decision making domains
The post holder is expected to lead and deliver effective communications aligned to the objectives of the PACS programme. The role will develop and deliver strategic communications initiatives and campaigns that champion inclusion and challenge discrimination. The incumbent will play a key role in identifying and engaging with stakeholders from civil society, media, government and academia.
The role will oversee support for partners to strengthen their communications capacity, and ensure that lessons learnt from the PACS programme are shared widely. It also manages a team and any external agencies or consultants to deliver ambitious and creative communications and other related initiatives. 

Documentation Associate - Child in Need Institute (CINI)



Posts : Documentation Associate

Organisation: Child In Need Institute

Location : : Swasthya Bhavan

No. of Vacancy : 1

Type of Employment : Assignment

Duration : One Year 

Walk In Interview : 24.1.2014

Child In Need Institute (CINI), a leading national level professionally managed NGO of international repute in India with more than 39 years track record since 1974. It is committed to “sustainable development in health, nutrition, education and protection of child, adolescent and woman in need”. Presently the institution reaches to 5 million marginalized rural and urban population in West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh and other Indian states/Union territories. 

Communications Specialist - TESS- India British Council



Communications Specialist - TESS- India
The postholder will  lead on  developing a robust and comprehensive Communications Strategy for the TESS-India project, working closely with the TESS-India Directorate and Open University Marcomms Specialist and will be responsible for identifying the most effective means of communication and media for the disparate project stakeholders and subsequently leads the TESS- India team in ensuring consistent and effective messaging and communication.

Details
Location  New Delhi
Salary  Starting CTC INR 11,29,000 per annum plus other benefits
Duration  Fixed term contract until May 2015
Closing date  Sunday, 19 January 2014

City Head-Fundraising - CARE India



Position Title, Code : City Head-Fundraising 

Level : F

Location : NEW DELHI 

Key Responsibilites : 

• Responsible for managing a team of fundraisers working on donor acquisition and retentions.

• Responsible for managing individual donor acquisition & retention strategy across city, and for monitoring and its progress toward monthly acquisition and retention targets.

• Must be able to build new, and strengthen the existing relationships with key donors, build fund-raising capacity of fundraising team and inducting new staff for fundraising 

• Use existing donor database and create bonding / trust with the donors.

• Motivating the team to improve contact with donors to introduce new product like trusts and wills.

• Hold weekly meetings; discuss task delegation and review issues

• In conjunction with Line Manager set quarterly & yearly targets and objectives

• Assist in the retention of team members

• Weekly work plan to line manager

• MIS report on weekly basis to line manager

 
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