Role & responsibilities (<5):
Managing Special projects
- Lead in managing short-term projects that are beyond the organization’s regular scope of function.
- Identifying and analyze internal hurdles and bottlenecks – Evaluate challenges; identify trends and resolve problems; determine organization requirements and implement changes.
- Travel to state offices and undertake field visits to understand the operational process of SC-BRB
- Lead in mobilizing internal teams to collaborate on the projects.
- Ensure smooth-functioning and sustainability of the projects after phasing out (wherever applicable).
- Work across different levels of the organization, build consensus, provide logical options and resolve conflict
- Communicate and align with internal stakeholders including senior leadership to drive decisions and provide information for appropriate decision making
Liaising and Networking
- Identify and scope the external ecosystem for potential partners for collaboration
- Support CEO’s office in liaising with key stake holders, incubators, civil society organizations, government bodies etc.
- Represent Save the Children on key forums and events to socialize our initiatives.
Measures of Performance (<5):
- Number of special projects taken up
- Sustainability of the projects
- Support provided to internal stakeholders
- Support provided to forge partnerships with external stakeholders
7-10 years of experience.
Skills and Knowledge
- Analytical skills with demonstrated experience of turning data into actionable insights, clear opportunities, and viable solutions
- Strong writing and presentation skills
- Analyze narrative and statistical information and prepare clear and concise recommendations and proposals.
- Proficient use of computers and MS office
- Ability to liaise and collaborate cross-functionally across SC-BRB’s locations
- Ability to deliver on time and manage competing priorities
1. Basic understand of programme delivery in the field
- Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values, and principles
- Recruitment and selection procedures, which include rigorous background checks, reflect our commitment to the protection of children from abuse
- Save the Children aims to be an equal opportunity employer. We welcome all applications irrespective of age, race, colour, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion, belief or creed. Women candidates are encouraged to apply. We are also open to applications from people who want to work flexibly.