Project Manager

Posted By: Gramin Vikas Sanstha (Gravis)


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description

Recruitment Qualifications

Education She/he should be a Post graduate in any discipline of Social Sciences preferably with 1 year experience at district level programme related to health, livelihood programme, rural development, microfinance and HIV/AIDS programme.

Graduate in any discipline of Social Sciences subject with a minimum of three years experience in the development/health sector at district level programme related to health, livelihood programme, rural development, microfinance and HIV/AIDS


Knowledge and Skills ?Familiarity with government health policies and programmes Strong communication skills

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

?Proficiency in data analysis, reporting writing, and case study compilation.

?At least 10 days in the field visit is required.

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

Functions / Key Results Expected

Summary of Key Functions:

The Project Manager will be responsible for managing the overall program in close coordination with SACS and the implementing agency. He / She would be responsible for keeping close liaison with Government Departments at district level, SACS and TSU. Conduct data analysis and prepare monthly reports for review and reporting to SACS. Review the performance of TI staff, prepare need-based monthly action

plan and follow up on the action points, and facilitate the SACS and TSU visits.

Duties and Responsibilities: will be responsible for performing the following functions:

Programme Management

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

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

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

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

5. Organize in-house capacity building of the other staff.

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

7. Assist PD to organise advocacy and linkage activities.

8. Analyse 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 wherever applicable.

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


?Report to P D of the project and TI nodal officer in SACS and/or PO in TSU

?Timely submission of monthly program performance data in SIMS/CMIS or other reporting format.

?Submission of SOEs

?Provide data/information required for preparation of reports.

Training Requirements:

?Programme Management, Supervision and Monitoring Skills, Team Building Skills, Data Analysis, Community-based monitoring and rapport building, advocacy and networking.

Location: Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Gramin Vikas Sanstha (Gravis)
  • About Organization:In 1983, Laxmi Chand Tyagi and Shashi Tyagi founded GRAVIS at Gagadi village, 60 km from the city of Jodhpur. The couple came to Rajasthan from Uttar Pradesh in the late 1970s. In the 1960s and 1970s, they had been active in many of the social movements led by prominent activists like Vinoba Bhave and Jai Prakash Narayan. With their first-hand experience in activism and formal qualifications in agriculture and education, they were prepared to build an organization that was scientifically sound as well as sensitive and responsive to the needs of people. They decided to work in regions which lacked basic resources, such as water and where very few development agencies were present. With this in their minds, they moved to the Thar desert in 1980 and that is how GRAVIS was born. Today, it is a leading Non-Government Organisation working in the rural areas of Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and the Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh States of India. The journey that began with 20 villages has now r

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