Project Officer

Posted By: Solidarity and Action Against The HIV Infection in India (SAATHII)

Erode

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Program Development & Management

Diversity

Job Description

SAATHII is looking for a suitable candidate for the position Project Officer will be responsible for implementing the plans and decisions in the respective district of Erode under the project of M- Rite.


Key responsibilities:


• Responsible for implementation of the project in the district and would be reporting to the state project specialist

• Under the guidance of the State Project specialist, will develop district specific plan and ensure the implementation of the same

• In coordination with the health authorities in the district, identify low converge geographies and populations and plan and implement the demand generation and vaccine uptake campaigns

• Review and monitor the activities of the IEC coordinator and the Vaccine Uptake promoters assigned to the district

• Stakeholder management at the district and sub district level

• Sensitization of the key stakeholders and proactively seeking their support in implementing the intervention in the district

• Coordinate with the community stakeholders for selection and training of youth volunteers

• Collect accurate data and share with M&E Manager on real time basis

• Document and report to the state team and the district health authorities

• Any work assigned by the line authority.


Reporting: The Project Officers will be report to the Project Manager


Skills and Qualifications Required:


• Master in Social work or Bachelor’s degree in in Social Work, MBA/BBA, or graduate with experience in district level public health or social development interventions.

• At least 3-5 years of professional experience in the field of Monitoring and Evaluation

• Willing to travel in the operation districts


Monthly Compensation: Salary between the 40K to 50K per months CTC and/or commensurate with skills and experience, consideration to the candidate present CTC.


Application Process:

Interested candidates are requested to send their resumes and covering letter to jobs@saathii.org by September 30, 2022, mentioning the specific Job Code in the email subject line. Candidates are requested to fill and paste the below table in 1st page of the Resume.


Name:

Age:

Highest Qualification(s):

Relevant Experience (Years):

Present Location:

Current CTC:

Expected CTC:

Notice Period:

Mobile Number:


People living with HIV, women and individuals belonging to other vulnerable groups are encouraged to apply. SAATHII provides a secular working environment and does not discriminate based on HIV status, religious or community affiliations, gender, or sexual orientation.


Both Resume and Covering letter should be sent as attachments. Please avoid writing cover letter in email body. Please note that only shortlisted will be contacted.

Eligibility Criteria

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Desired Candidate Profile

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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Solidarity and Action Against The HIV Infection in India (SAATHII)
  • About Organization:Solidarity and Action Against The HIV Infection in India (SAATHII), a registered non-profit organization, was founded with a vision to stabilize and reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in India and ensure that people living with HIV/AIDS receive un-stigmatized, affordable and quality care, support and treatment. Headquartered in Chennai, it has branch offices at Kolkata and Hyderabad, and field offices at, Bhubaneswar in Odisha, Imphal in Manipur, Jaipur in Rajasthan, Ranchi in Jharkhand, and Nagpur and Mumbai in Maharashtra. SAATHII has zero-tolerance towards harassment (whether sexual or non-sexual) or any form of abuse, including – but not limited to – harassment and violence targeted at children and women, PLHIV, gender non-conforming persons and member of the LGBTIQA+ communities. SAATHII, for its Global Fund supported project, has been providing technical assistance to Private Health Facilities in facilitating scale up of Integrated Counselling and Testing centres’ (ICTC)/ Prevention