Child Commissioner

Posted By: Caritas India


Junior Management

Communication & PR

Public Health/WASH

Job Description

• Manage all the programme files in the HO from the proposal stage to completion of the reporting to the back donor agency.

• Identify and prepare concept notes for possible resource mobilization.

• Ensure the quality of the products from the field (proposals, reports, case studies etc.)

• Timely monitoring, evaluation and reporting of CI projects and deliverables in accordance with CI quality standards.

• To manage and lead the effective implementation of the child development program in the jurisdiction allocated within the program.

• To contribute and add value toward strengthening the thematic sector in the implementation area.

• To assist in action-oriented baseline survey, research studies and impact assessment studies for evidence-based data to support the program.

• To proactively engage and develop an understanding of the emerging trends in this sectoral and incorporate the new developments as appropriate into Child Development programs with added focus and delivery at the Impact Level.

• Develop national / state level Caritas India’s Child Development Strategy aligned with the Organizational Strategy.

• To liaison, establish and manage strong partnership network with different stakeholders on the issue of child development.

• To create state level working committees and or advisory groups to make the program implementation more effective and innovative. Salary INR25000/-

Location: Delhi, Delhi

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Caritas India
  • About Organization:Caritas India, founded in 1962, is the official development arm (registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI 1860 (the Punjab Amendment Act 1957) of the Catholic Churches in India. Caritas India is a member of Caritas confederation of more than 160 member- organizations working in nearly 200 countries, making it the second largest humanitarian network in the world.