Field Coordinator

Posted By: Parinaam Foundation


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description


Job Title: Field Coordinator-UUPP Grade/ Designation: 3

Department: Parinaam Foundation Head Office Bangalore

Location Bangalore

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Reports to

(Please mention designation and department of job reporting to)

Programme Associate Reporting into

(Please mention designations and department of direct reports)


Parinaam’s Academic Adoption Programme is designed to transform the lives of desperately poor children by providing them access to high quality education through academic scholarships. The target segment is children from poor, disadvantaged backgrounds.

The Field coordinator for the Parinaam’s Academic Adoption Programme is responsible for the on-ground execution of the programme and direct engagement with the Beneficiary

The Field coordinator is the face of the Parinaam’s Academic Adoption Programme on the field.



• Identify new schools and coordinate visits to introduce Parinaam

• Identify new children and coordinate visits to introduce Parinaam

• Work with schools and parents for RTE admissions

• Enroll new children into the programme

• Prepare profiles of all children for fundraising

• Track and monitor attendance and performance of all children

• Provide support to the PA, PM on the programme

• Provide on hand support and counselling support to all beneficiaries on all program interventions

• Bring any issues on field to the notice of supervisor

• Vendor management


• Counsel parents to enroll children into the programme

• Collaborate with parents of identified children for admissions

• Counsel and troubleshooting issues of parents and children with regard to education and related issues

• Actively track all the children enrolled under AAP

• Liaison on sponsor gifts and reporting to donors on gifts

• Assist in healthcare camps and counseling

• Assist in healthcare camps

• Facilitate documents of the children and parents

Internal process

• Liaisons between Parents, Schools and management

• Fill up all reports as required

• Make sure field bills are submitted to accounts on time.

Learning & Performance

• Counselling skills

• Communication skills

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4. KEY INTERACTIONS (Who does this position interact with on a regular basis to perform this role?)

Internal Interface External Interface

Accounts Beneficiaries

HR Schools

Admin Hospitals


Note: Please do not add immediate supervisors/reportees to the list of internal interface


Desired Qualification Graduate in any field

Desired Experience 3 years of experience in Community work in education

Note: Please add minimum mandatory experience/qualifications required alone


(Knowledge and skills needed for satisfactory performance of the job)

• Basic Excel Data Entry and Management

• Record Keeping

• Language proficiency in English and conversational Kannada and Hindi preferable. •


• Interest and willingness to work in the NGO sector

• Willingness to do field job

• Empathy and counselling skills

Any other additional responsibility could be assigned to the role holder from time to time as a standalone project or regular work. The same would be suitably represented in the primary responsibilities and agreed between the incumbent, Reporting Manager and HR.

Location: Bengaluru, Karnataka

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Parinaam Foundation
  • About Organization:Even in 2022 India, there are many segments of our population that continue to be invisible and hence, unserved or underserved. The urban poor are invisible — most of them migrants, most illiterate, the voiceless service economy. They lack access to most government programs for the poor and do not have the attention of the city administration. They belong to none, they are attended to by none. And it was to address their needs that the Parinaam Foundation was founded in 2006