Skillability Head

Posted By: Aasraa Trust

Dehra Dun

Junior Management

Program Implementation

Disability

Job Description

Job Description: Skillability Head


Job purpose: Oversee vocational skills curriculum implementation, through training, value addition and skills development at skillability center of Aasraa Trust.



Key responsibilities:


Project Planning and design

a. Design and plan the roadmap for Skillability training interventions.

b. Design or review training manuals to aid in delivery of the intervention.

c. Develop project Vocational training work plans.


Project implementation and training

a. Conduct quarterly skill assessments in the areas of intervention.

b. Participate in the development and review of training materials.

c. Coordinate and identification of Vocational institutions already training the students on skills.

d. Develop a profiling toolkit that ensures that students are matched with appropriate skilling program for proper skills development.

e. Develop, review and evaluate the training programs while ensuring its implementation.

f. Engage trainers, and coaches to mentor and support the students to excel in their jobs.

g. Support and lead the development of teacher and instructor training.

h. Contribute regularly and timely to the preparation of project documentation, such as regular project, donor reports, monthly project report, etc.



Experience and abilities required:

a. Minimum 5+ years of relevant and progressive professional work experience, particularly in implementing similar development projects.

b. Solid experience in managing and implementing technical and vocational education

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other


Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Aasraa Trust
  • About Organization:Aasraa Trust was established as a social work trust focusing on education of underprivileged children in 2009, in response to a crisis for intervention for the welfare of children from the riverbed slum under the Bindal bridge. Aasraa then worked with the river bed community to promote the need for education and started an after school project to augment school education. Project Street Smart was started on the pavements of Astley Hall in 2011 with a group of 5 street children. The objective was to keep the children off the streets and provide them with basic literacy through art, craft, music and audio visual medium. Today, Aasraa works towards empowering street and slum children through education, vocational training, nutrition, medical care and providing shelter homes. Our mission is to level the playing field for children who have neither seen books nor stepped into a school. The children we work with come from extremely impoverished backgrounds and are mostly rag pickers, beggar