Program Assistant

Posted By: Gram-Utthan


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description

Programme Assistant

Minimum Qualification:

Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University.

Age: Not exceeding 45 years

Experience: Candidate should have at least one year work experience in promotion of development projects, livelihood programs, income generation activities etc.

Essential Skills:

? Working Knowledge of Computer in MS Office.

? Language proficiency: Speaking, Writing and Reading of English and Odia.

Key Role and Responsibilities:

Promote Livelihood Activities

• Create awareness/ conduct IEC Activities for promoting Livestock based livelihood schemes.

• Support & facilitate in targeting & identification of beneficiaries.

• Training & capacity building of farmers & other Stake holders.

• Liaison with other agencies & line department including Panchayatiraj, Mission Shakti etc to ensure convergence.

• Support targeted farmers for timely input supply & arranging market linkage.

Monitoring of Livestock Related Schemes

• Maintaining database of beneficiaries under different schemes & reporting their progress on Departments online platforms (Decision support System) & other online database.

• Documentation & creating a database of all activities undertaken by the Block Veterinary Office, including vaccination, Artificial Insemination, Veterinary treatment etc.

• Preparing monthly progress reports.

Reporting, Terms & Conditions of the personnel deployed by the FNGO Reporting: The personnel deployed by the FNGO will report to respective Block Veterinary Officer.

Terms & Conditions: The personnel deployed will be required to abide by the following terms & conditions.

i) The personnel, being engaged by the concerned FNGO, shall not demand employment with F&ARD Department/ DAH&VS or any such agency under F&ARD Department during and after the tenure of the agreement.

ii) This deployment of the personnel by the FNGO does not confer any right to a regular appointment at any time in the F&ARD Department or DAH&VS or any other Government organization. The personnel are purely deployed by the FNGO and shall not invite any legal recourse now or in the future.

iii) During the tenure of deployment in the Block Veterinary Office, the personnel shall abide by the rules and regulations of the F&ARD Department in force.

iv) During the period of deployment in the Block Veterinary Office, the personnel will be required to work and attend the duties as may be assigned by BVO/ CDVO.

v) The personnel shall undertake a minimum of 10 days tour within the Block area, in a month, as per his/her monthly tour plan approved by BVO. For each tour conducted, the personnel shall submit a ‘Back to Office (Tour) Report’ report to the BVO every fortnight. This report will also serve the purpose of tour diary.

vi) The Personnel shall be entitled to a maximum of 10 days of leave for 1 year during his/her contract, after consultation with/ with prior approval of the BVO. Any unauthorized absence shall attract proportionate deduction from the consolidated monthly remuneration.

vii) In the event of unauthorized absence of the Personnel beyond a period of fifteen days in during the period of agreement with the FNGO or any other misconduct, the FNGO shall immediately replace the concerned person. The expression misconduct would mean improper/unprofessional behavior, bad management etc. Whether an act is misconduct or not would be construed by the Deputy Director( Veterinary Hospital)/ BVO/CDVO at his/her discretion.

viii) The FNGO shall be held responsible for any loss sustained by the project through fraud or negligence on the part of the engaged personnel and the loss will be realised from the FNGO.

ix) F&ARD Department/DAH&VS/ CDVO or any other Officer or organization shall not be liable for any compensation towards sickness and injury of the Expert during the period of the engagement.

x) Upon termination of the deployment of the Personnel, he/she shall be liable to handover all the assets and records of the schemes/ programs in his / her possession to the Deputy Director( Veterinary Hospital)/ BVO or any officer authorized by the CDVO.

xi) The Personnel shall not take up any assignment with any other agency/ organisation during the period of deployment by the FNGO in the respective Block Veterinary Office.

xii) The personnel shall submit quarterly Progress reports on his/her performance and activities to the BVO/ CDVO. These reports would also be utilised by BVO/ CDVO for evaluation of his/her performance and subsequent feedback to FNGO.

xiii) The Personnel shall not indulge/associate in any association/union, or involve in any litigations that would hamper the work progress of the F&ARD department.

xiv) In case of any doubt/dispute with regard to implementation of any of the above clauses, the decision of the CDVO shall be final.

Job ID-

Last date to apply- 15.03.2024

Location: Sukinda, Jajpur, 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

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