Assistant. Manager

Posted By: Udayan Care Ngo


Not Specified

Program Development & Management

Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Key Responsibilities

? Look for new linkages esp. in the area of Health & Education benefiting children living

in the Udayan Ghars (children’s homes licensed under the Juvenile Justice Act)

? Document major project activities (qualitative & quantitative reporting needed)

? Prepare individual progress reports of children and project reports for submission to

individual and corporate donors

? Prepare inspirational case studies/ impact stories

? Planning & execution of events, workshops, trainings etc.

? Preparing monthly/ quarterly action plans and implementing activities / tasks as per

the plan.

? Providing support to communication team in various communication related activities

such as development of IEC materials, social media posts, brochures etc.

? Preparing concept notes and flyers for proposals & trainings as and when required

? Prepare presentations showing achievements and challenges of the programme

monthly/ quarterly/ annually

? Documenting Good Practices and sharing feedback with team

? Collate information about visits and interactions by donors, corporate volunteers and


? Visit to different project locations (Udayan Ghars) in Delhi and NCR as and when


? Guide the Education & Health coordinators to guide them to achieve excellence in

their work and carry forward the linkages established

? Any other task as assigned by the line manager/ Sr. Manager.

* Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy: Any employee, consultant, contractor, supplier, vendor,

or resource person, shall read, be aware and sign to comply strictly with the Child Protection Policy,

the Safeguarding Policy, and all accompanying policies of Udayan Care. Udayan Care gives the

highest priority to its commitment to creating awareness, ensuring prevention, reporting, and

response to all disclosures of abuse, violence, neglect, or exploitation or its threat for all children,

young persons, and vulnerable adults that the organization is in contact with. Our CIRCA values, Code

of Conduct and HR norms clearly regulate and ensure the implementation of the highest standards

towards zero tolerance of any safeguarding concerns. 

Eligibility Criteria

 Experience and Qualifications

Educational Qualifications

? Masters in English literature/ Social work/ Child development/ Communication or any

other related field


? 4-5 years of work experience of which at least 2-3 years of relevant experience in

managing partnerships and documentation.

? Experience in developing IEC material & creatives, Hindi to English, English to Hindi

translation, creative writing etc. will be an added advantage.

Skills and Knowledge

? Excellent communication and writing skills required

? Hands on experience on office tools such as Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

? Ability to work successfully under pressure and deliver to deadlines.

? A good team player and willing to work in a Multidisciplinary and Multicultural Team.

? Knowledge on Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and Rules 2016 will be an added advantage

Salary: ?30,000.00 - ?40,000.00 per month

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - MBA/PGDM

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Udayan Care Ngo
  • About Organization:Family is the anchor for an individual’s emotional and physical well-being. A weakened family structure or absence of it hinders the development of an individual into a confident, strong, and emotionally balanced individual, who is capable of caring for his/her own family in the future. Udayan Care was established in 1994 by Dr. Kiran Modi. Udayan Care’s single-minded focus is on strengthening the family structure and it also informs and drives the curation and design of its programmes – whether it simulates a family environment or supports them through providing for education, vocational skills and employability training to children and youth coming from lower socio-economic strata, so that they can sustain and strengthen their families.