Project Manager


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Agriculture & Fair Trade

Job Description

1. Lead the project implementation and management of operations as per the work plan and ensure delivery of all outputs in a timely manner, in consultation with superiors and donor. 2. Mapping of concern stakeholders viz. their role and responsibilities and initiating the process of rapport building with them. 3. Regularly interacting with stakeholders, especially the Research Institutes and relevant Government Department officials; and sharing progress through presentation and case studies, seeking feedback and involvement, etc. 4. Organizing the workshops/meetings where all key stakeholders, key experts and organizations for better understanding and coordination on the project. 5. Organizing joint site monitoring visits with the officials of Govt department, donors, partners and other stakeholders for better understanding of the project and activities. 6. Lead project teams in terms of supervising and mentoring them. 7. Support in branding and communication material preparation,

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

Educational Qualifications- Masters in agriculture/horticulture or relevant discipline with 10 years experience in implementing and managing large size projects in agriculture/ rural development sector.

Organization Details

  • About Organization:Action for Food Production (AFPRO) is an NGO with a prominent national presence. Established in 1966 with Christian inspiration, as a secular Indian technical service organization, it was registered (registration No.3516) in 1967 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. Operating through 9 Regional Offices located across the geographical expanse of the country, we strive to enhance livelihoods and quality of life of rural poor and marginalized communities through the management of natural resources. The natural resources falling within our ambit include land, water and forests; and critical economic activities revolving around them – agriculture, livestock, fishery and forestry. New frontiers are being explored through non farm based skill development activities, as strategies to empower communities.