Coordinator – Project

Posted By: Save the Children Organisation

Mumbai

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Monitoring & Evaluation

Child Care and Nutrition

Job Description

Role Purpose:

 

Under the overall thematic guidance, the project coordinator will be responsible for the implementation, monitoring and measuring all program activities under the project. S/he will act as Save the Children’s advocacy representative to a broad range of external stakeholders including relevant government departments on issues related to Nutrition, Education and Local Governance structures. S/he will work in close collaboration with the project team, government officials and other stakeholders.

Approval Authority (<5):

  • For budgetary authority and similar matters, refer to Scheme of Delegation

Reporting:

Direct (solid-line) to Manager – Project

Key relationships: (Internal & External stakeholders)

Internal Stakeholders (collaborates with): Multi Thematic & multi-functional team at Project Office level

External Stakeholders: ICDS, Health, BMC, Education etc.


Experience

Required:

  • At least 05 -07 Years of experience in NGO or similar organization
  • Who is passionate about working for underprivileged people in Maharashtra.
  • Understanding of the social, economic and political context and issues related to health & nutrition in Maharashtra.
  • Understanding on work of Frontline Health Workers (ASHA/ANM/AWW)
  • Understanding of the structure and functioning of various government departments (Especially ICDS, Health, BMC, Education etc)
  • Ability to develop and understand strategies.
  • Sound Analytical and Technical Skill on Health & Nutrition
  • Have good interpersonal skills-to deal with various stakeholders.
  • Strive for Excellence and Innovation.
  • Good communication skills both written and verbal. 
  • Good Presentations skills. Familiar with Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
  • A good team player and willing to work in a Multidisciplinary and Multicultural Team.
  • Anility to understand capacity building for target beneficiaries – Technical/Commercial/Entrepreneurial.

 

Qualifications

 

  •  Post Graduate/ Diploma in Rural Management/ Social Work/ Social Sciences

 

Preference will be given to candidates having additional qualification & experience on Community Development, health and nutrition, Women and Child Welfare, Education etc.

Skills & Knowledge

Professional Competencies

Desirable:

  • Oral and written Language skills in English, Marathi , Hindi
  • Experience or knowledge of working and living in relevant regions/contexts
  • Humanitarian programming experience 

Personal Attributes

  • Positive Attitude and high energy.
  • Maturity and emotional balance.
  • Tact and sensitivity to the needs of others.
  • Adaptable, flexible, proactive and innovative.
  • High level of professionalism in conduct.
  • Ability to work long hours under pressure and respect tight deadlines.
  • Willingness to abide by SC BR’s Code of Conduct and Child Safeguarding Policy.

 

 Last date to send applications

02 August,2022



Desired Candidate Profile

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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Save the Children Organisation
  • About Organization:Save the Children is a leading independent child rights organization that fights for children's rights and delivers immediate and lasting improvement to children's lives worldwide. Save the Children, founded in 1919 as a response to the condition in Europe immediately following the First World War, is a federation of 29 members with a similar vision, mission, and values for children, working in more than 120 countries to form a truly international movement for children. Save the Children, Bal Raksha, Bharat (SC BR) is the 28th independent member of the International Save the Children Alliance. Save the Children in India works on 5 core themes: Child Survival, Education, Child Protection, Humanitarian and Disaster and Risk Management in collaboration with the Government, civil society organizations, and the community across 16 states and has reached over 3 million children across India.