Team Leader

Posted By: Harsha Trust


Junior Management

Program Implementation

Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Job Responsibilities

Planning, Review, and Monitoring:

• Development of a perspective plan for the operational area mapping the needs of the community, the current level of engagement with the community, stakeholders’ involvement, and donor requirements in alignment with Harsha’s Mission.

• Conceptualizing ideas fostering innovations, alternate models, and harnessing the previous track records.

• Develop project-wise annual, quarterly, and monthly plans and consolidate at the team level to come out with a team’s annual, quarter, and monthly plan.

• Developing an MIS aligning with organizational MIS and project-wise MIS.

• Conduct weekly and monthly team meetings for planning and review.

• Preparing monthly team reports and project-wise reports as per the donor reporting system.

B. Projects Accomplishment

• Building up a common understanding of projects: Goals, objectives, expected outcomes, outputs, and activities among project anchors/team members.

• Supporting the project anchors/team members in developing project-wise work plans breaking down the project annual plans into quarterly further into monthly and further into weekly levels.

• Ensuring each team member develops a weekly work plan for himself/herself keeping all project deliverables/plan developed into consideration.

• Identifying project-related specific training and capacity-building needs of the staff and filling up the requirements accordingly.

• On-field demonstration and handholding to team members

• Supporting the team members to document their field learning

C. Team Building

• Identify the strengths and areas of improvement of staff focusing on the non-technical aspects such as interpersonal, communication, documentation, presentation skills, understanding of poverty context, gender, etc.

• Creation of learning forums/platforms for cross-learning both intra and inter-teams within Harsha.

• Create a non-threatening environment for the team to foster openness and healthy confrontation.

• Create a women-friendly environment

• Ensure all organizational policies, systems, and processes are communicated to all team members.

• Ensure all compliances such as display of organizational registration certificate on the notice board, details of the Sexual Harassment Committee at the workplace, maintenance of an attendance register, and accounts-related documents.

• Ensure transparency, adhering to discipline and ethical work culture


• Building Awareness about Harsha in all line departments. Building a good rapport with all line departments and Government agencies at the local level.

• Be a member of local-level networks/groups of Government and Civil Society Organizations

• Be aware of Government schemes and programs: focus, allocation and establish convergence.

• Represent Harsha at the local level through presentations, and attending workshops and meetings.

• Establish linkages with local companies to source possible funding under Corporate Social Responsibility.


Negotiable: Based on years of experience and Interview performance. Apart from that, we do have a group accidental insurance policy with a coverage of 120% of the monthly gross income in case of accidental death and a family annual coverage of up to INR 3,00,000 for hospitalization for more than 24 hours.

Application and Selection Process:

• Interested candidates may please go to the link And upload your details accordingly.

• Only shortlisted will be intimated and invited for further selection process.

• Selection will be on a rolling basis. Please apply immediately without waiting for the last date.

Location: Nandapur, Koraput & Bissamcuttack, Rayagada, Odisha

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Harsha Trust
  • About Organization:he year 2002 under the Indian Trust Act with a mission to ensure livelihood security and improve the quality of life of rural poor. It envisions being a professional organization of excellence while pursuing market-led and technology interventions, primarily through community-based institutions. Its approach is to work directly with the community, local NGOs, and Panchayati Raj Institutions and building their capability to sustain interventions. Building up a pool of community cadres occupies the central focus of our approach. We have built a team of 400 local youth as community service providers. With a mission to improve the quality of life of the people living in a backward area, we are currently operational in Odisha and Chhattisgarh. It has its headquarter in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. As of now, we have impacted 1, 97,313 households spread across 101 blocks of 18 districts in Odisha and Chhattisgarh with a team of 126 employees.

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