Program Manager

Posted By: Family Planning Association Of India Gwalior Branch


Junior Management

Program Implementation

Women Empowerment

Job Description

Post Of Program Manager :- 01 (M/F)

i) Job Description:

• Monthly planning of Sampoorna Surakhsha activities as per district epidemiological profile, Risk Profile, location, and client load.

• Develop a detailed monthly micro-plan, which should include identification of site/s for outreach.

• Facilitate in developing and allocating of target of Sampoorna Outreach worker on monthly basis.

• Assessment and listing the population “At Risk” for HIV and STIs and identifying the site for Outreach Activities

• Screening of identified “At Risk” client for STI/RTI, HIV, TB, Hep B & C

• Undertake field visits to the identified sites for outreach activities.

• Coordinate with SACS and In-Charge of District health facilities for HIV screening, STI/RTI, Hep C screening, TB (Kits, Training)

• Facilitate the implementation of IEC activities and display/maintenance of IEC material including placement of hoarding wall painting as per the programme.

• Support the Nodal Officer in coordinating with the district administration, related line departments and non-governmental partners working in the sector to enhance the convergence to bring better synergy and promote NACP activities in the district.

• Conduct advocacy meeting/ sensitization with stakeholder to address the responses related to communities’ access to health care facilities, social protection/entitlements, and addressing stigma and discrimination.

• The site-wise list of at-risk populations who need to undergo HIV screening STI/RTI Screening on priority needs to be generated from the individual tracking sheet (ITS) before the day of the Integrated Camp and should be discussed with the respective ORW.

• Closely monitor the drug kit and condom consumption and place appropriate indent in consultation with medical officer in charge.

• Document and report good practices observed in the field and facilities and support staff in addressing gaps.

• Ensure reporting of quality data and information in SOCH and preparation of periodic reports for submission to SACS/NACO.

• Attend review meetings conducted by SACS with complete program information.

• Support in programme evaluation process.

ii) Education Qualification:

S/he should be a graduate in any discipline of Social Work/ Anthropology/Psychology/Sociology preferably with 3-year experience at district level programmes related to health, HIV/AIDS programmes, livelihood programmes, rural development, and microfinance.

iii) Knowledge and Skills:

• Good Computer skill (MS Word, PPT and Excel)

• Strong communication skills and good listening skills

• Proficiency in data analysis, report writing, case study compilation.

• Familiarity with government health policies and programmes.

• Ability to work in small teams, and flexible ways of working.

• At least 10 to 15 days field visit required.

• Overall management capacity to monitor, report and guide the team under him/her.

o E-Mail: fpaigwati@Gmail.Com

Address: Family Planning Association Of India

Target Intervention Project,

Transport Nagar Gwalior Madhya Pradesh.

Contact No. 9827355444

Location: Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Family Planning Association Of India Gwalior Branch
  • About Organization:In 1947, when India became independent, fertility was high with couples averaging six children. The population was burgeoning, public health facilities were minimal and life expectancy was low. Having too many children and too soon was becoming detrimental to women's health. A group of concerned women decided to address the issue. It resulted in the establishment of the Family Planning Association of India (FPA India) in 1949. FPA India was instrumental in advocating for family planning to be introduced in the country's first Five Year Plan (1952). Thus, India became the first country in the world to have a family planning programme. Currently, FPA India is a premier civil society organisation delivering essential health services focusing on sexual and reproductive health in over 18 states and union territories of India, in regions where key developmental indicators are poor and gender disparities are high. They include Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka