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POSITION -1

Position Title: Project Manager cum Veterinary Officer
Number of Position: 1
Project Location: Buxar Bihar
Reporting to: Programme Lead, PHIA, Bihar

About PHIA Foundation
Partnering Hope into Action (Phia) Foundation is a Charitable Trust registered in India that works on the issues of social exclusion and poverty reduction. Phia through its affiliate and partners brings in a long legacy of over 50 years of experience and expertise in development and humanitarian work in India and globally and draws upon its wide portfolio of partnerships with grassroots civil society organizations. Phia strives to empower poor marginalized and vulnerable groups for non-discriminatory access to rights and entitlements: in essential services, gainful livelihoods, relief during emergencies and address inequality and inter-generational poverty. The issue of gender equality crosscuts all its work. Phia has a strong portfolio of programme across the themes of 1- Access to essential service 2– Ensuring Sustainable livelihood 3– Reducing Inequality and Bridging the Gap 4- Humanitarian Response and Mitigating Climate Change. Partnering with locals across the country on development and humanitarian issues, envisioning an India free from poverty, exclusion and discrimination Phia is committed to improving lives of one and all.

About the Project

PHIA with support from Brooke India is implementing a project working with families own horses, donkeys and mule for their livelihood. The project aims to transform the lives of vulnerable working horses, donkeys, and mules in the country and carry out, promote and facilitate equine welfare programme with a mission to transform their lives.  

Purpose of Role: To provide leadership and manage the equine welfare activities in the pre-defined operational area. This position has a critical role in reaching project’s vision of achieving sustainable good health & welfare of the working equines in areas of greatest need.

To provide technical support on animal welfare and equine veterinary treatment to the unit He/she shall be mainly responsible for capacity building, monitoring, correcting and upgrading veterinary skills (preventative, first-aid, primary and secondary treatments) of staff, local service providers including government and private veterinarians, animal owners, community based animal health workers, traditional practitioners, etc in the operational area on basic equine veterinary services.

This position is responsible for managing day-to-day program implementation as per the work plans and the Log Frame. The program aims at initiating key behavioural changes in all stakeholders for improved preventive practices, improving availability, accessibility and utilization of quality treatment facilities, providing necessary facilitation for animal owners’ self-sustenance and linkaging various stakeholders for sustainable welfare of the equines in the operational area.

This position requires 70-80% field time in guiding, supporting and implementing community development and veterinary treatment and related activities; and planning, delegating, supervising, and monitoring day-to-day work of the team; remaining 20-30% time in administration, recording, reporting, research and support activities.

 

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

Core Duties as Manager cum Veterinary Officer:

  1. Identify the animal population, their welfare conditions, prioritize the welfare issues in the operational area and design and implement interventions as per the risk assessment with participation from communities and other stakeholders.
  2. Lead and manage the district team to achieve the results as per the organizational vision and goals. Prepare, implement, monitor and correct the plans and budgets for the operations of the unit.
  3. Ensure preventive care is practiced and primary treatment is available to the equines in the operational area through improved collaborations with local stakeholders. Support the team in enhancing the local capacities of good equine welfare.
  4. Make available emergency and/or specialized treatment to the animals in need at the earliest instant; manage the team and local resources accordingly.
  5. Monitor and enhance the staff skills on animal husbandry/management advice, and participatory approaches.
  6. Be responsible for efficiency and effectiveness of the unit. Manage the activities, resources and costs/expenditures as per plans and milestones.
  7. Closely interact with various stakeholders (animal owners, local traditional healers, farriers, other veterinary service providers, pharmacies, and vets) through staff to ensure better animal husbandry, management and healthcare practices amongst owners and influencing those individuals and factors that are critical in reducing pain and suffering of the equines.
  8. Provide and/or lead the emergency veterinary services to all needy equines within the operational area. And ensure that the services are available in time (through local service providers or directly by staff).
  9. Enhance the skills of the local health care providers. Enhance the quality primary treatment qualities available to the animals through various sources.
  10. Work towards influencing various factors that affect the welfare of animals through employment of effective and efficient participatory tools along with staff.
  11. Develop and maintain good public relations with partners, government offices, local bodies, and other key stakeholder as required to handle the above activities.
  12. Ensure project related reporting and documentation
  13. Any other task assigned by the line manager and organization.

Other Duties:

  1. Will be required to help Information Officer and Communication Officer in preparing useful documents, cases, and incidents by providing appropriate timely information.
  2. Support and take support from the Senior Program Officers in planning & implementation of community development activities, Senior Veterinary Officer on technical and animal welfare issues.

Qualification:

B.V.Sc. (from a university recognised by Veterinary Council of India).  Experience in equine project will be preferred.

Experience

  • Experience of providing equine veterinary treatment
  • Experience of capacity building, monitoring, correcting and upgrading veterinary skills
  • Experience of managing & supporting staff
  • Liaising with senior management on the completion of key projects
  • Experience of developing rapport with stakeholders and interaction with community

Skills

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Flexible approach to work
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong sense of responsibility and control
  • Good writing skills of reporting of activities of community work

Core Competencies

  • A high degree of competence in Teamwork
  • Leadership qualities, team supervision and monitoring
  • Integrity & personal conduct
  • Sensitivity to diversity, adaptability, initiative & direction
  • Planning, management of resources, supervision and control

How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 31st March 2020. Please mentionManager cum Veterinary Officer, Buxar –Bihar’ in the subject line.

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities, women and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

 

POSITION -2

Position Vacant: Deputy Project Manager
Number of Position: 1
Project Location: Buxar, Bihar
Reporting to: Programme Lead, PHIA, Bihar

Purpose of Role: To provide leadership in Community Development (CD) aspects and manage the equine welfare activities in Buxar district in Bihar. This position has a critical role in providing technical support in regard to Community Development work to achieve sustainable good health & welfare of the working equines in areas of greatest need.

This position is responsible for managing day-to-day CD program implementation and aims at initiating key behavioural changes in all stakeholders for improved preventive practices, improving availability, accessibility and utilization of quality services, providing necessary facilitation for animal owners’ self-sustenance and linking various stakeholders for sustainable welfare of the equines and equine owners in the operational area. This position requires 70-80% field time in guiding, supporting and implementing community development activities and other welfare related activities; and planning, delegating, supervising, and monitoring day-to-day work of the team; remaining 20-30% time in administration, recording, reporting, analysing and support activities.

 

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

Core Duties:

  1. Identification of the animal population, their welfare conditions, prioritization of the welfare issues in the operational area and design and implement CD interventions as per the need with participation from communities and other stakeholders.
  2. Preparation of intervention plans with the Equine owning communities and staff after carrying out participatory root cause analysis to identify issues jointly to enable them to plan, implement and achieve sustainable equine welfare.
  3. Preparation, implementation and monitoring of unit CD plan and sharing the same with Field Assistants (FA) to achieve the results
  4. Identification of various stakeholders (individuals & institutions as well), strengthen them and build alliance and network with the equine owners/EWGs/Associations/Federations as per need and potentialities.
  5. Supporting FA’s (Field Assistant) in mobilization of equine owners, organising them into Equine welfare groups (EWGs) towards effective utilisation of various local resources, optimising care & management practices of equines, relieving pain and suffering for good welfare of equines and bringing self-reliance.
  6. Provide regular support to FAs formation and strengthen of CBOs, liaison with Govt. and non-govt. organisation, establishment and strengthen of Animal Resource Centres, enhancement of capacity of Ashwamitras, Community Resource Persosn, CBOs leaders.
  7. Conduct competitions/ /cultural events/mass meetings and various extension activities as per plan of action and time-to-time requirement.
  8. Ensure first aid is available to the equines in the all the intensive sites of the operational area through improved collaborations with local stakeholders and it is being practiced as needed.
  9. Be responsible and accountable for efficiency and effectiveness of the CD work of Equine Welfare unit. Manage the activities, resources and costs/expenditures as per plans and milestones.
  10. Closely interact with various stakeholders (animal owners, service providers, Brick Klin owners, Equine fairs organizers, Govt. Vet department, Bankers, Training institutions etc.) to ensure better and sustainable equine welfare through equine owners, BK owner, service providers and working place.
  11.   Identify the opportunity and training needs for livelihood-based activities at CBOs level and strengthen of CBOs and liaising with Govt. and non-Govt. organisation for better way implementation which help to able equine owning community to improve their livelihood through them.
  12. Plan and execute participatory monitoring and evaluation exercises with the owners’ groups/committees/unions to enable them to take necessary immediate corrective measures for optimizing sustainable welfare of equines and improve livelihood of equine owning community.
  13. Assist in unit administration maintains accounts, CD reports and records properly and ensure do the same at all staff level.
  14. Lead and manage the unit in absence of Manager cum VO.
  15. Will be required to support Information and Communication Officers in preparing useful Success stories and incidents by providing appropriate timely information.
  16. Any other task assigned by the line manager and organization.

Essential Qualification:

  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree in sociology, rural development or social work
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in community mobilization/development work

Desirable Qualification:

  • Experience in Animal Welfare Projects
  • Master’s degree in sociology, rural development or social work

Experience

  • Proven Experience of formation and nurturing CBOs and sustainable approach
  • District level advocacy in linking govt. schemes to the beneficiaries
  • Liaising with middle level management on the completion of key projects

Skills

  • Basic knowledge of computer especially MS words, Excel and power point
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Good writing skills of reporting of activities of community work

Core Competencies

  • A high degree of competence in Teamwork
  • Leadership qualities, team supervision and monitoring
  • Commitment to the Brooke Movement
  • Integrity & personal conduct
  • Planning; management of resources; supervision and control
  • Strong sense of responsibility and control

How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 31st March 2020. Please mention ‘Deputy Manager, Buxar –Bihar’ in the subject line.

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities, women and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

 

 

POSITION -3

Position Title: Field Assistant
No. of Positions: 6
Project Location: Buxar Bihar
Reporting to: Project Manager cum VO

Purpose of Role: Being part of Equine Welfare Unit, work towards establishing sustainable mechanism of equine welfare in operational areas. Visiting respective Tehsils/Blocks with regular travel in the operational areas. In addition will be required to visit to all operational areas to support treatment, build capacities of local health providers on treatments, mobilize communities, organize into groups / communities, building capabilities of animal owners and direct & indirect stakeholders and other various institutions.

Various elements of community development aspects are to be brought to achieve project vision of minimizing the pain and suffering of the working animals through effective planning and implementing of all interventions.

This position is responsible for initiating key behavioral changes and improved preventive practices through participatory approaches and requires 90% field time and 10% office time.

 

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

1. Identify local health service providers and provide support in primary clinical treatment or advise the owners on preventive treatment and primary care and general husbandry practices that relieve/remove pain and suffering to the animals.

2. Collect, update, and maintain database / latest information on equines, equine owners and all other stakeholders in their operational areas as per the requirements. Submit daily activity and other required reports from time-to-time to the DEW Manager/

3. Develop rapport and interact on a regular basis with various equine owners and Tonga Chaalaks / coachmen and other stakeholders (local healthcare providers, saddlers, farriers, hair clippers, cart repairers, brick kiln owners/contractors, government agencies, NGOs etc.) to understand various issues that affect their behaviour towards the health and welfare of the equine.

4. Mobilize equine owners and organizing them into small groups /EWGs)/committees/unions towards effective utilization of various local resources, optimizing care & management practices of equines, relieving pain and suffering for good welfare of equines and bringing self-reliance.

5. Exploring livelihood options for equine owners, need assessment of equine owners/EWGs for Income Generating Activities (IGAs), train and link them with technical as well as financial institutions for executing those activities to enhance incremental income of the equine owning families.

6. Work towards influencing various factors that affect the welfare of animals through employment of effective and efficient participatory tools to affect empowerment processes for equine owners. Visit the communities as per need and plan.

7. Identify various stakeholders (individuals & institutions as well), strengthen them and build alliance and network with the equine owners/groups/committees/unions as per need and potentialities. Enhance the skills of local treatment / health care providers on basic/primary treatment.

8. Prepare intervention plans with the equine owners (family) after carrying out participatory root cause analysis of identified issues jointly to enable them to achieve sustainable welfare. Carry out various activities as per plan of action and physical demonstrations of good practices as and when required.

9. Conduct competitions/fairs/camps/cultural events/mass meetings and various extension activities as per plan of action and time to time requirement.

10. Plan and execute participatory monitoring and evaluation exercises with the owners’ groups/committees/unions to enable them to take necessary immediate corrective measures for optimizing sustainable welfare of equines.

11. Develop and maintain good public relations with partners, government offices, and other key stakeholder as required for effective utilization of potential services towards holistic welfare of equines and self-reliance amongst the equine owners.

12. Regular interactions with the brick kiln owners/munshies/contractors to influence and sensitize them for ensuring basic facilities required for both human and animals in the brick kilns with a view to sustain the interventions.

13. Support manager cum VO on veterinary/treatment/technical aspects.

14. Maintain treatment, animal health status and EWG records.

15. Documentation of case studies from the ground for learning and sharing for further achievements.

16. Any other task assigned by the line manager and organization.

 

Qualification

  • Intermediate

Experience

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience of working for animals or community mobilization/development work


How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 31st March 2020. Please mention ‘Field Assistant, Buxar –Bihar’ in the subject line.

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities, women and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

 

 

POSITION -4

Position Title: Driver cum Assistant
Number of Position: 1
Project Location: Buxar Bihar
Reporting to: Project Manager cum VO

Duties & Responsibilities:

  1. Take the team members to the operational sites and locations as per the directions of line manager.
  2. To carry out regular preventive maintenance of vehicle as required by the Manufacturer. Ensure that vehicle is well maintained and cleaned.
  3. To keep the driving license and all vehicle documents updated, including the insurance.
  4. Ensure road worthiness of the vehicle and check daily the following:
    1. Tyre pressure
    2. Fuel
    3. Gear & Engine oil
    4. Battery water
    5. Brake fluid
  5. To observe traffic rules and regulations strictly.
  6. To keep tools and running spares, serviceable.
  7. Help the team on the job mainly maintaining any records and/or communicating with the animal owners.
  8. Assist in taking photographs during community interaction, events or programmatic work.
  9. Work towards influencing various factors that affect the welfare of animals and animal owners as per instructions of line manager.
  10. Ensure the maintenance and updation of office premise by ensuring cleaning and maintenance of assets.
  11. Hospitality of guests who are visiting office/field for programmatic works.
  12. Carry out any other duties other than his duties as Driver cum Assistant, allotted to him by the line manager.
  13. Any other task assigned by the line manager and organization.

 

Qualification & Experience:

  • Matric/ High School Certificate
  • Valid LMV Commercial Driving License
  • Work experience of five years as Driver
  • Medically fit
  • Proficiency in driving Commercial Light Motor Vehicles
  • Aptitude for safe driving
  • Should be able to read English Language Signage
  • Should be humble and respectful to visitors, colleagues and seniors.

How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 31st March 2020. Please mention ‘Driver cum Assistant, Buxar –Bihar’ in the subject line.

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities, women and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

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POSITION - 1

Position: Finance Officer
Job location: Ranchi, Jharkhand
Last Date of Application: 30 March 2020 

About PHIA Foundation
Partnering Hope into Action (Phia) Foundation is a Charitable Trust registered in India that works on the issues of social exclusion and poverty reduction. Phia through its affiliate and partners brings in a long legacy of over 50 years of experience and expertise in development and humanitarian work in India and globally and draws upon its wide portfolio of partnerships with grassroots civil society organizations. This includes the flagship PACS Programme that has reached over 9 million people in 7 of the poorest states, helping socially excluded communities claim their rights and entitlements. While the PACS program concluded, PHIA Foundation is helping take the processes and initiatives under PACS further into a new phase. Phia strives to empower poor marginalized and vulnerable groups for non-discriminatory access to rights and entitlements: in essential services, gainful livelihoods, relief during emergencies and address inequality and inter-generational poverty. The issue of gender equality crosscuts all its work.

About the Position

This position is for a project titled ‘Strengthening Rural Governance for the realization of the human right to adequate food in India’ which would be implemented in selected blocks of Jharkhand. Jharkhand, ranks one of the lowest in the list of states Human Development Index (HDI). The communities, particularly the Scheduled Tribes (26% of the population) are largely depend on natural resources (esp. forests). Another vulnerable group Scheduled Casts (SC), constitutes approximately 12% of the population. Majority of them are landless or at best with little low-fertile land and dependent on daily wage labour. Among these groups, the households show feeding malpractices and poor hygiene behaviour. Marginal farmers who practice mono-cropping; live all over the state, but particularly in the Northwest (‘hunger belt’), Northeast and Southeast of Jharkhand. Changing rainfall patterns, 1.200-1.400 mm/y, but scattered throughout the year and unpredictable difficulties in planning the farming cycle, severe reduction of forest coverage are some challenges.  

The National Nutrition Mission has been set up as and there are schemes to positively influence the nutrition security of women, children and lactating mothers but there is a lack of synergy in the schemes r to achieve common goal. The level of awareness regarding government programme, related policies and schemes among the community is low. In the context, the project aims to contribute to the national and state food policies/ plans to ensure progressive realization of right to adequate food and nutrition security, seeing the diverse, sustainable and local food systems, considering the agronomic, ecological, economic, and social dimensions. In specific the project aims to:

  • Address key constraints to ensure government’s commitment towards realization of right to adequate food and nutrition (SDG 2- ending hunger and malnutrition), including service delivery, service provision and strengthening of self-governance bodies.
  • Support towards better integration of agriculture, nutrition and WASH for achieving sustainable nutritional outcomes focusing small scale farmers, women, youth for their rights and entitlements.

Job Description

  • Lead and coordinate the effective management of finance and general administrative functions of the project.
  • Ensure appropriate recording and accounting documentation as required by the project and preparation of required financial reports (utilization statements/ coordinating for project audits etc.)
  • Prepare fund requisitions, its approval and follow up, prepare work/ procurement orders, and payment requests as per the agreed systems, and ensure regular delivery of outputs.
  • Receive bills/ claims, verify those and prepare a summary sheet on behalf of the state office and share it National Office for processing of payments.
  • Manage all aspects of accounting, procurement related to the project.
  • To ensure the organizations meet all its commitments to the donors and be the contact person for donors in all finance related matters.
  • Regularly forecasting cash flow based on the work plan and ensuring that all partner organizations have enough cash to pay for their activities.
  • To ensure that monthly/ quarterly/ six monthly and other annual financial reports are shared to management and donors within the stipulated timelines.
  • Verify that all the vouchers are attached with supporting documents and bills are available as per the accounts manual guidelines
  • Perform other related responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated from time to time by the Line Manager

Qualifications/Experience/skills/knowledge and expertise

  • She/ he should be a post graduate or graduate in commerce from a recognized university
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in the field of accounting and administrative work, preferably in the development sector
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Sound computer skills, including use of Internet and MS Office software
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player in a complex, multicultural environment
  • Basic knowledge of functioning of Non-Governmental Organisation
  • Willingness to travel to the field locations as and when required
  • Updated information on accounting packages such as tally etc.
  • Experience in donor reporting on financial compliances
  • Fair interpersonal and communication skills

How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in  with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 30th March 2020.  Please mention ‘Finance Officer – Jharkhand in the subject line. 

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted 

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POSITION -2

Position: MEAL Officer
Job location: Ranchi, Jharkhand
Last Date of Application: 30 March 2020 

Job Description

  • She/he will facilitate development of the project MIS (formats, templates, guidelines) for regular data collection, collation and management to capture the outputs and outcomes to analyse the progress of the program.
  • To ensure effective MIS system and its reporting.
  • To undertake field visits to support the documentation work and also to capture program progress, learning and challenges.
  • Organize data for efficient reporting and retrieval; make necessary modifications; perform back-up for data systems and data security; and maintain electronic archives of retired materials.
  • Supporting the state team for data compilation and report generation as and when required.
  • Maintain all records, minutes of meetings and events. Prepare and/or manage the publication of summaries of discussions, outcomes reports, articles, presentation etc.
  • Support in all project activities related to process documentation to capture the project progress and achievements by providing requisite data/ information.
  • Manage post event activities – communications, press releases, reports, website etc. Including project completion documents, case studies etc.
  • Perform other related responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated time to time as assigned by line manager.


Qualifications/Experience/skills/knowledge and expertise

  • She/ he should be preferably having a Post Graduate Degree/Diploma in Social Science/ Social Service.
  • Relevant experience of 3 years in social service with understanding of the context of Jharkhand
  • Good understanding on social development issues and the work of civil society.  
  • Willingness to travel to the field extensively as required in the project.
  • Working knowledge in MS Office application shall be preferred.
  • Experience in coordinating/dialoguing with block and district administration.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work with a range of people from diverse backgrounds in an open-minded, non-dogmatic manner.
  • Experience of working with government, service providers, civil society and media

How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in  with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 30th March 2020.  Please mention ‘MEAL Officer – Jharkhand in the subject line. 

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. 

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POSITION -3

Position: Project Coordinator
Job location: Ranchi, Jharkhand
Last Date of Application: 30 March 2020 

Job Description

  • Responsible for overall planning, coordination and grounding of the project.
  • Work closely with the community for the attainment of project deliverables
  • Engage/ liaise with different stakeholder’s/ support organizations to ensure timely attainment of the project deliverables.
  • S/he supervises all the staff at the partner level and ensure timely completion of all the project activities within the framework of the project.
  • S/he would be responsible for leading the state level advocacy initiatives on issues of food and nutrition security.
  • He/she would provide capacity building/technical support to the project team
  • He/she would support the team in coordination of the various line departments of the government ensuring the multi-stakeholder convergence on the ground.
  • Draw up a plan for community mobilization and awareness building through the use of IEC
  • Responsible for donor reporting and donor compliances.
  • Undertake field visits to review and monitor the project.
  • Extend necessary support, guidance and asses the performances of the project team in effective implementation of the project. 
  • Perform other related responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated time to time by the line manager.


Qualifications/Experience/skills/knowledge and expertise

  • She/ he should be preferably having a Post Graduate Degree/Diploma in Social Science/ Social Service.
  • Relevant experience of 5 years in social service with understanding on food and nutrition security in context of Jharkhand.
  • Should have an understanding of advocacy work.
  • Sound understanding on social development issues and the work of civil society.  
  • Willingness to travel to the field extensively as required in the project.
  • Working knowledge in MS Office application shall be preferred.
  • Experience in coordinating/dialoguing with block and district administration.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to lead a team independently and being able to provide mentoring support to the team.
  • Experience of working with government, service providers, civil society and media

How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in  with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 30th March 2020.  Please mention ‘Project Coordinator – Jharkhand in the subject line. 

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

 

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POSITION - 4

Position: Field Supervisor (5 Nos.)
Job location: Karra block of Khunti district and Manika block of Latehar district of Jharkhand
Last Date of Application: 30 March 2020 

Job Description

  • Facilitate community engagement in a cluster of 10 to 15 villages in the block.  
  • Facilitate data collection to help in understanding of the project situation, progress, gaps and challenges.
  • Responsible to coordinate between the government extension workers, fellows, village committees ensuring the participation of all relevant stakeholders in the village level activities.
  • Responsible for implementation of all field level activities.
  • Perform other related responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated from time to time by the line manager


Qualifications/Experience/skills/knowledge and expertise

  • She/ he should preferably be a graduate from a recognized university
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in field work in the development sector
  • Good oral and written communication skills in Hindi
  • Preferable should own a two wheeler for field mobility
  • Passionate about issues of community concern
  • Good communication skills

How to Apply

Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested to apply to jobs@phia.org.in  with a cover letter, mentioning your interest and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume including the names of two referees, by or before 30th March 2020.  Please mention ‘Field Supervisor – Jharkhand in the subject line. 

Applicants from SC/ST/religious minorities and other marginalized sections are encouraged to apply.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.