DOCUMENTATION OFFICER

Posted By: SNEHA

Mumbai

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Public Health/WASH

Job Description

The Documentation Officer is primarily responsible for the process documentation of the various components of the project/program. The role includes: 1. Assisting program teams to prepare quarterly progress report, annual progress report and other reporting requirements 2. Preparing presentations for review meetings, funder reports and media advocacy 3. Supporting the team in preparing concept notes and other project related documents 4. Supporting in preparation of proposals for workshops and events 5. Collecting resource material for the project, literature review 6. Compiling and recording of all the events/activities, capturing minutes of meetings 7. Assisting in the preparation of BCC and IEC material 8. Preparing draft case stories, training and guidance on documentation to the community outreach teams 9. Monthly collation of all work with government systems and other stakeholders through narrative reports

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS 1. Educational qualification: Master’s Degree in Mass Communications/Literature/Journalism 2. At least 3-5 years’ of relevant work experience 3. Excellent command over English, good understanding of Hindi and Marathi 4. Computer proficient and well versed in social media applications COMPETENCIES AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES 1. Excellent oral and written communication skills, and good interpersonal skills 2. Ability to connect easily and a dynamic and versatile approach 3. High motivation, self-driven and an eagerness to take initiative 4. Openness to change and ability manage change and diversity 5. Ability to work in large teams and enthusiasm for community engagement 6. Capacity to plan, prioritize and deliver tasks on time to meet goals 7. Sound values and work ethics

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:SNEHA
  • About Organization:A secular, Mumbai-based non-profit organisation, SNEHA believes that investing in women's health is essential to building viable urban communities. SNEHA targets four large public health areas: Maternal and Newborn Health, Child Health and Nutrition, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Prevention of Violence against Women and Children. Our approach is two-pronged: it recognises that in order to improve urban health standards, our initiatives must target both care seekers and care providers. We work at the community level to empower women and slum communities to be catalysts of change in their own right and collaborate with existing public health systems and health care providers to create sustainable improvements in urban health.