Friday, February 28, 2014

Project Manager (Trainings) - SaveLIFE Foundation

Job Description: Project Manager – Training

Project Manager - Trainings will manage organization’s flagship programs focused on saving accident victims as well as training high risk driver groups on latest accident prevention techniques.

The job responsibilities are as follows:
•       Plan, coordinate and implement high quality training programs on Basic Emergency care and Accident Prevention for police officers, high-risk driver groups and other target audiences across Delhi and other states of India;
•         Build a core of trainers who can be engaged on a voluntary and full-time basis to conduct and expand the training programs across India;
•        Develop an executive business plan to generate revenues from such trainings;
•        Manage relationships with program stakeholders such as hospitals, police departments, companies on a regular basis;
•         Managing a comprehensive engagement & monitoring plan for target groups to ensure maximum impact;
•       Carry other related duties as assigned.

Skills & Experience:
•              Graduate in economics/social sciences/ management from a reputed institution.
•                Excellent training and presentation skills. Ability to work with diverse groups of people.
•               Prior experience in non-profits, and project management is a must.
•               Excellent written communications skills. Excellent MS office skills.
•               Strong ability to work independently and willingness to learn.
•               A firm commitment to the objectives of SaveLIFE Foundation.
Compensation: INR 4 – 6 Lakhs p.a. + benefits

Location: New Delhi with travel across India

How to apply: Interested candidates should send a copy of their resume, cover letter and salary history to with name of position mentioned in the subject line.

About SLF

SaveLIFE Foundation (SLF) is an innovative nonprofit organization established to tackle one of India's most serious epidemics: the dramatic escalation of road accident deaths in India with 15 fatalities recorded every hour on average. With the help of Bloomberg Philanthropies, Global Road Safety Partnership, Ashoka, Echoing Green and other organizations, SLF is creating high-impact solutions that help to save countless lives. Realizing the crucial role that trained bystanders can play in saving the lives of road accident victims, especially given the lack of EMS in most parts of India, the organization has successfully developed an award-winning model of emergency care, which trains, connects and mobilizes community volunteers and police officers to the aid of injured victims well before formal care is available.

SLF is currently advocating for a comprehensive national road safety law for India including a supportive legal environment for bystanders to come forward and assist injured victims without fear of danger, harassment and intimidation.

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