Senior Programme Coordinator

Posted By: Foundation For Education And Development


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Program Implementation


Job Description

Role and Responsibility:

• Managing data, information and documentation at SCU(Headquarter, Jaipur).

• Coordinating M&E systems for monitoring of projects.

• Preparation of Annual Report and periodic project reports in English & Hindi.

• Support in organizational planning, implementation, review and evaluation.

• Promotion of spoken English in rural areas, especially for women.

• Travel to review project implementation in project areas.

• Any other responsibility as may be assigned from time to time.

Salary CTC- Rs.33, 000/- PM

Last date for receiving application 20.12.2022

Application (Resume along with last drawn gross pay certificate of employer) : To be E-mailed at

Eligibility Criteria

Education and Experience:

• A Master’s Degree with Minimum Seven years of professional experience in development field/sector.

• Preference will be given to a candidate who has lived and worked in Rajasthan.

Desired Skills

• Adequate data management and statistical analysis skills.

• Strong documentation/reporting/Presentation/Communication and Liaison skills capable of drafting documents in English and Hindi.

• Well versed in computers with ability to work with current data software packages.

• Ability to work in a multicultural team.

• Ability to partner with various Govt. and like-minded organizations.

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - MSW

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Foundation For Education And Development
  • About Organization:Foundation for Education and Development (FED) is a highly respected, not for profit organization, working in education, established by Mr. Anil Bordia, former Secretary of Education, Government of India and other renowned educationists, in 2000. FED launched its innovative programme Doosra Dashak (DD), which literally means the second decade, for the holistic education and development of adolescents, especially girls, in the 11-20 years age group, in 2001. DD seeks to provide value based and skills-oriented education to harness the leadership potential of youth for social transformation. It endeavors to focus on adolescents, who were deprived of schooling, and make their education a driver for socio economic transformation. DD has worked in more than 1,000 villages in seven districts of Rajasthan. The programme has worked intensively with more than 1,00,000 adolescents, to date, with excellent results.