Content Officer

Posted By: VOICE 4 Girls


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Program Implementation


Job Description

  • Research, outline, and write regionally relevant modules that impart critical knowledge, life skills and leadership life-skills to the adolescents, while directing the facilitators on how to manage the classroom, facilitate the activities and run camp.
  • Create activity-based curriculum that can be implemented with minimal resources.
  • Develop English content in the areas of grammar, vocabulary and spoken English.
  • Develop manuals and training sessions for VOICE facilitators. Think of innovative ways to engage and educate the trainers (technology, peer to peer learning etc)
  • Analyse feedback from stakeholder focus groups as well as written reports.
  • Assess feedback from previous camp years and make recommendations for revision as well as map new content for additional chapters.
  • Evaluate existing VOICE programming and making recommendations for improvement and development. Research best practices for gender programming and education.
  • Monitor the program during implementation and evaluate it and revise as needed.
  • Co-ordinate with other VOICE teams and service providers (graphic designers, copyeditors and illustrators) to ensure timely delivery of books and manuals.
  • Co-ordinate with translators to make sure that content is translated as and when required.
  • Develop IEC materials such as flipbooks and charts
  • Train counsellors and field co-ordinators on VOICE modules as and when required.

Desired Candidate Profile


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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:VOICE 4 Girls
  • About Organization:VOICE 4 Girls, started in 2011, is an NGO that works with adolescent, marginalized girls, and boys in India. VOICE conducts activity-based camps in government and low-cost private schools. Through these camps, adolescents acquire critical knowledge, spoken English, and life skills. VOICE’s curriculum is designed to impart knowledge on critical topics such as health, safety, rights, future planning, and self-awareness. Thus campers acquire problem-solving, decision making, negotiation, and communication skills. Camps are conducted by motivated college students who are recruited and trained intensively to impart our curriculum.