Project Manager

Posted By: Gram-Utthan


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description

Position : Project Manager

Reporting Officer : Program Director, Gram-Utthan

Place of Posting :Bhubaneswar, Odisha

Program / Project : Targeted Intervention (FSW) project, OSACS

Roles and Responsibilities:

1. The Project Manager is the overall in-charge of the TI and is responsible for functioning of the project as per DAC operational guidelines.

2. The PM is tasked with achievement of the project deliverables as per project targets.

3. The PM will be based at the field office and organize weekly review meeting and supervise work of all other staffs.

4. Establish linkages with other referral services, stake holder meetings, and advocacy.

5. Organize in house capacity building of the other staff

6. PM to travel to the project area / hotspots for purposes related to TI program implementation like supervision of PE / ORWs and interaction with HRGs. PM should visit the field for about 10-15 days in a month records of the field visits are maintained.

7. Assist PD to organize advocacy and linkage activities.

8. Analyze the progress of the project activities and share the same with action points in the monthly project staff meeting.

9. Assess the capacity building requirements of project staff and communicate the same with TSU and SACS

10. Monitor the transit intervention activities where ever applicable.

11. Conduct weekly / biweekly/monthly review meetings with project staff and PEs.


He/she should have passed in MSW with minimum 3 years of experience in relevant sector.

Last date of application: 15th September 2023.

Remuneration: 21000 PM + TA as per project norms

Job Email id:

Location: Bhubaneswar, Odisha

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Gram-Utthan
  • About Organization:Gram-Utthan (GU) which means ‘Raising of Village’ is a non-profit, secular organization working for the Poorest of the Poor (POP) in 11 districts of Odisha state, India. GU, as a Non- Governmental Development Organization (NGDO), was registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. Gram-Utthan as a formal organization works with marginalized and underprivileged section of rural population with a special emphasis to women, children, vulnerable and unskilled youth, socio-economically backward groups such as tribal, farmers, people coming under below poverty line category and other poor groups to better their own lives through sustainable livelihood development, promotion of microenterprise, financial inclusion, portability of entitlements, addressing issues related to climate change, accessing safe drinking water and sanitation, skills for life etc. Our participatory process motivates our primary stakeholders to work together to fight poverty, exploitation and discrimination