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    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: India
    Closing date: 27 Sep 2018

    UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children.

    Across 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world. And we never give up!

    UNICEF has recently become the first United Nations agency to be awarded the EDGE certification – the leading global standard for gender equality in the workplace. UNICEF’s commitment to EDGE reaffirms our pledge to gender equality and inclusion all UNICEF staff worldwide.

    This certification recognizes UNICEF’s commitment to achieving significant milestones in gender equality for all its staff, including strong gender balance at all levels of the organization, pay equity, a solid framework of policies and practices, and an inclusive workplace culture.

    “UNICEF’s most important asset is our staff — all of our staff. Gender diversity and equal opportunities for men and women is not only a matter of rights. It makes us more effective as an organization.” Henrietta H. Fore, UNICEF Executive Director.

    For more information on UNICEF EDGE Certification, kindly view the video here.

    Click here to learn more about UNICEF: https://youtube/E1xkXZs0cAQ

    For Every Child, AN ADVOCATE:

    In an effort to measurably improve UNICEF's ability to deliver better results for children, there is growing evidence that investing in the health, education and protection of a society’s most disadvantaged citizens — addressing inequity — not only will give all children the opportunity to fulfill their potential but also will lead to sustained growth and stability of countries. This is why the focus on equity is so vital. It accelerates progress towards realizing the human rights of all children, which is the universal mandate of UNICEF, as outlined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, while also supporting the equitable development of nations.

    How can you make a difference?

    If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children in the world's thereby ensuring a better future for every child, this is the chance to make a difference. Under the general supervision of the Fundraising Manager, Individual Fundraising, the incumbent will be responsible for providing technical input and recommendations, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating fundraising strategies with the objective of retaining individual pledge and one time donors. This includes managing and overseeing a variety of individual fundraising techniques; new initiatives as well as existing pledge retention activities, in order to optimize the donations and life time value from pledge donors to achieve an ultimate goal of maximizing the number of donors maintained and the related net income.

    Key function, accountabilities and related duties/tasks:

  • Develop and implement effective retention strategies across channels, utilizing and maximizing a variety of fundraising techniques to drive pledge donor retention and donor lifetime value optimization as well as meet agreed targets and achieve net income. This includes scoping and testing of new tactics and initiatives as well as analyzing and evaluating individual fundraising opportunities with the objective of identifying new opportunities, and diversifying retention activity.
  • Source, manage and provide operational support to agencies, contractors and suppliers engaged to support the donor retention program ensuring that they perform at high standards. This includes briefing, training and motivation of outsourced staff or others representing UNICEF such as telemarketers. Evaluate their performance in order to ensure deliverables are met.
  • Collaborate with relevant external partners to ensure appropriate management of retention to maximize results. This includes strategy, briefing and implementation of donor communications to both pledge and one time donors.
  • Manage strategy and communications for mid-level donor program to engage donors with a capacity to provide a higher level of support.
  • Enhance PFP efficiency and effectiveness through implementation follow-on, including monitoring inputs, local conditions and resources, assistance and PFP programme implementation status.
  • Analyze collected data and information and prepare monitoring progress reports; draft changes in PFP work plans relevant to retaining individual donors and assist in identification of required budget, supplies and equipment as well as in the drafting of other project documentation, assuring accuracy and consistency with established rules, regulations and plans of action, especially in agreed strategic plan which ensures maximum effectiveness of fund availability from existing donors as well as maximum diversification of risks.
  • Provide technical assistance for customer support which includes but not limited to on responses to donor inquiries via mail, email, phone, social media, etc. and perform other related tasks as may be assigned from time to time.
  • Supervise, oversee and monitor assistant(s) and/or consultants(s).
  • Impact of Results

  • (a) Describe the type of decisions regularly made and the impact of those decisions.

    The incumbent shall function within the rules and regulations. Decisions involving deviation from them requires consultation with and guidance from the supervisor. Briefing of and coordination with contractors and suppliers shall be based on the agreed upon direction, conditions and objectives. Decides on how to optimally implement the budget assigned for acquisition activities to get a healthy RoI.

    (b) Describe the type of recommendations regularly made and why these are important.

    Recommends best mix of Donor Care methods for the country to achieve desired results. Recommends solutions to unforeseen problems that may arise based on statistical, trends and historical analyses. These recommendations contribute to effectiveness and efficiency of the fundraising strategy and plans.

    (c) Describe the most damaging error(s) that could be made in the work and the consequences they would have.

    Lack of understanding of UNICEF’s needs and fundraising guidelines and an incorrect approach would lead to ineffectiveness of fundraising delivery and misuse of financial resources. Ineffective coordination and management of suppliers can result in delays and impact IFR fundraising revenue. It may also impact relationships with suppliers, and subsequently UNICEF’s reputation.

  • To qualify as a championfor every child you will have…

    Requirements of the position (QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES):-

    Education:

    University degree in marketing, business administration or closely related fields is required.

    Experience:

    Two years of relevant professional work experience in retaining and engaging with individual customers/donors through managing various channels and suppliers. Experience in managing Direct Mail and Telemarketing and preferred. Fundraising experience will be a preference.

    Language Requirements:

    Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language or a local language is an asset.

    For every Child, you demonstrate…

    Core Values

  • Commitment
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Integrity
  • Core competencies

  • Communication [II]
  • Drive for Result [ II ]
  • Working With People [ II ]
  • Functional Competencies:

  • Formulating Strategies and Concepts [ I ]
  • Analyzing [ I ]
  • Relating and Networking [ II ]
  • Planning and Organizing [ II ]
  • Persuading and Influencing [ II ]
  • Entrepreneurial Thinking [ I ]
  • Applying Technical Expertise [ II ]
  • To view our competency framework, please click here.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all national, religious, gender and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.

    Remarks:

  • Selected applicant will have an initial two (2) year fixed-term contract, with possibility of extension, subject to satisfactory performance.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and advance to the next stage of the selection process, which involves various assessments.
  • UNICEF does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process including application, interview, meeting, traveling, processing, training etc. UNICEF is a nonsmoking working environment.
  • For more information about UNICEF India, please refer to the link below: -http://unicef.in


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=516223


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    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: India
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2018

    UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world.

    Click here to learn more about UNICEF: https://youtu.be/E1xkXZs0cAQ

    For every child, AN ADVOCATE

    The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the organization does in programs, in advocacy and in operations. The equity strategy, emphasizing the most disadvantaged and excluded children and families, translates this commitment to children’s rights into action. For UNICEF, equity means that all children have an opportunity to survive, develop and reach their full potential, without discrimination, bias or favoritism. This is why the focus on equity is so vital. It accelerates progress towards realizing the human rights of all children, which is the universal mandate of UNICEF, as outlined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, while also supporting the equitable development of nations.

    How can you make a difference?

    If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children in the world's thereby ensuring a better future for every child, this is the chance to make a difference. The supply associate, provides a broad range of transactional, procedural and administrative tasks in support of the efficient supply and procurement of the India Country Office, ensuring timely and efficient output that is in compliance with UNICEF rules and regulations, whilst demonstrating the capacity to research, adapt and evaluate irregular cases, and also to recommend improvements to process delivery and design.

    Major duties and responsibilities:

  • Receives supply requisitions, ensuring accuracy of specifications of items, and confirms availability of funds, obtaining additional information from the programme sections as necessary. Monitors assigned requisitions to ensure completion of procurement actions in a timely manner.
  • Obtains quotations, issues invitation to bids to approved and listed suppliers; arranges and participates in bid openings with the Supply Manager, compiles price tabulations with price ratings and recommendations for order placement, prepares CRC submissions for finalization by the Supply Manager.
  • Corresponds with programme Sections/Field offices and suppliers on supply and procurement matters.
  • Generates and compiles a variety of warehouse reports from vision and monitoring reports from the supply dashboard/pipeline reports.
  • Ensures continuous availability of data related to procurement, including forecasting, requisitions received, orders placed, incoming goods, actual delivery schedules. Prepares periodic reports, and ad-hoc reports as needed.
  • Drafts submissions to Contract Review Committee.
  • Maintains supplier database and files with full information, in accordance with UNICEF supply guidelines.
  • Prepares Direct Orders (Purchase Orders) against existing Long Term Arrangements (LTA) ensuring that the LTA has valid quantities and lead-time meets requirements
  • Quality control and ensure accuracy of UNITRACK generated stock reports and monthly reconciliation of stock inventory reports from different offices. Prepares monthly stock reports on management performance indicators for warehousing operations.
  • Maintains purchase order/contract files with all required procurement documentation (POs, invoices, delivery receipts, payment requests, correspondence, etc).
  • Responsible for conducting local market surveys on ongoing basis.
  • Correspond with offshore suppliers when required and Copenhagen for standard warehouse items and obtain LPA when required.
  • Conduct market research for new products and new supplier source as well as updating new product technology.
  • To qualify as a/an [champion or advocate] for every child you will have…

  • Education: Completion of secondary school education is required, with courses/certifications in business administration, supply chain management, procurement or logistics considered as an advantage.
  • Work Experience:Minimum 6 years of progressively responsible administrative and/or supply-related work experience (procurement, supply or logistics) is required.Familiarity with UNICEF, UN supply procedures and systems is an asset.
  • Language Proficiency: Fluency in English and local language of the duty station is required..
  • For every Child, you demonstrate…

    i)Core Values (Required)• Commitment • Diversity and Inclusion • Integrity

    ii)Core Competencies (Required)• Communication [ II ] • Working with People [ II ] • Drive for Results [ II ]

    iii)Functional Competencies (Required)•Analyzing [ II ]•Applying technical expertise [ II ]•Planning & Organizing [ II ]•Following Instructions and Procedures [ II ]

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all national, religious, gender and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.

    UNICEF has recently become the first United Nations agency to be awarded the EDGE certification – the leading global standard for gender equality in the workplace. UNICEF’s commitment to EDGE reaffirms our pledge to gender equality and inclusion all UNICEF staff worldwide.

    This certification recognizes UNICEF’s commitment to achieving significant milestones in gender equality for all its staff, including strong gender balance at all levels of the organization, pay equity, a solid framework of policies and practices, and an inclusive workplace culture.

    “UNICEF’s most important asset is our staff — all of our staff. Gender diversity and equal opportunities for men and women is not only a matter of rights. It makes us more effective as an organization.” Henrietta H. Fore, UNICEF Executive Director.

    For more information on UNICEF EDGE Certification, kindly view the video here.

    Remarks:

  • This position is based inJaipur (India).
  • The vacancy is open to Indian Nationals only. Selected applicant will have a 364 days Temporary Appointment contract.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and advance to the next stage of the selection process, which involves various assessments.
  • UNICEF does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process including application, interview, meeting, traveling, processing, training etc. UNICEF is a non-smoking working environment.
  • For more information about UNICEF India, please refer to the link below: - http://unicef.in

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    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=516334


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    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: India
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2018

    UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential – to the benefit of a better world.

    Click here to learn more about UNICEF: https://youtu.be/E1xkXZs0cAQ

    For every child, AN ADVOCATE

    The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the organization does in programs, in advocacy and in operations. The equity strategy, emphasizing the most disadvantaged and excluded children and families, translates this commitment to children’s rights into action. For UNICEF, equity means that all children have an opportunity to survive, develop and reach their full potential, without discrimination, bias or favoritism. This is why the focus on equity is so vital. It accelerates progress towards realizing the human rights of all children, which is the universal mandate of UNICEF, as outlined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, while also supporting the equitable development of nations.

    How can you make a difference?

    If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children in the world's thereby ensuring a better future for every child, this is the chance to make a difference. Under the general guidance of the Chief of Field Office, the Urban Specialist is accountable for planning, implementing and monitoring UNICEF Programme in Urban Areas in Maharashtra ensuring overall efficiency and effectiveness of the urban programme management, delivery and accomplishment of programme goals and objectives for women and children. Also advocates with appropriate authorities to leverage resources and ensure the realization of the rights of children and their families.

    Major duties and responsibilities:

  • The Urban Social Policy Specialist will be accountable for planning, implementing and monitoring the programmes in urban areas as well as ensuring overall efficiency and effectiveness of the urban programme management. Reporting to the Chief of Field Office for Maharashtra, the candidate will support the office in policy development, evidence-based equity-focused advocacy for the betterment of women and children in urban areas and adoption of local policies and programmes to ensure coverage of marginalized populations, technical support to the relevant government departments for delivery of public services, social protection programme and strengthening governance in urban areas to women and children as well as coordination of UNICEF programmatic interventions in urban settings.
  • The Urban Social Policy specialist will represent UNICEF in meetings with Government officials as well as non-governmental organizations and maintain an effective working relationship with them. In addition, the incumbent will provide technical assistance to policy analysis and dialogue, design, implement and monitor innovative strategies and to promote knowledge management effectively through developing key programme documents in support of management of urban policy and programme work. The ideal candidate will effectively communicate and advocate for the promotion of UNICEF’s global goals from a key position of coordination with UNICEF staff in the state office
  • To qualify as a/an [champion or advocate] for every child you will have…

  • Education:Advanced university degree in Public Policy, Economics, Social Sciences or Governance, training in development planning programme or project management or monitoring and evaluation desirable or other fields related to the work of UNICEF.
  • Work Experience:
  • Five years progressively responsible professional work experience in urban policy and governance, urban social protection, urban programme management (design, planning, management and monitoring). Experience in urban governance system and convergence issues. Solid experience in strategy development, programme monitoring, report and proposal writing. Experience of working with urban governance structures would be preferable.

    Experience of working in the UN or other international development organization is an asset. Advanced knowledge of urbanization, urban poverty, and Local Governance System.Updated knowledge on urban sector’s policies and strategies, and related fields. Gender, economic, geographical and ethnic diversity awareness

  • Language Proficiency:Fluency in English and very good working knowledge of Marathi will be added advantage
  • For every Child, you demonstrate…

    i)Core Values (Required)•Commitment • Diversity and Inclusion • Integrity

    ii)Core Competencies (Required)• Communication [ II ] • Working with People [ II ] • Drive for Results [ II ]

    iii)Functional Competencies (Required)•Leading and Supervising [ I ]• Analyzing [ III ]•Relating and Networking [ II ]•Deciding and Initiating Action[ II ] •Applying Technical Expertise [ III ]

    iv)Technical Knowledgea) Specific Technical Knowledge Required [for the job] •Knowledge of urban systems for social sector•Knowledge of urban local governance

    b) Common Technical Knowledge Required [for the job group] • Knowledge of UNICEF policies and procedures•Knowledge of UNICEF programming skills

    c) General knowledge of•Social sector developments relating to children and women•Government policies for social sector

    d)Technical Knowledge to be Acquired/Enhanced [for the Job] •UNICEF strategic plan 2018-21•ECD and adolescent beams in ICO CPD

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all national, religious, gender and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.

    UNICEF has recently become the first United Nations agency to be awarded the EDGE certification – the leading global standard for gender equality in the workplace. UNICEF’s commitment to EDGE reaffirms our pledge to gender equality and inclusion all UNICEF staff worldwide.

    This certification recognizes UNICEF’s commitment to achieving significant milestones in gender equality for all its staff, including strong gender balance at all levels of the organization, pay equity, a solid framework of policies and practices, and an inclusive workplace culture.

    “UNICEF’s most important asset is our staff — all of our staff. Gender diversity and equal opportunities for men and women is not only a matter of rights. It makes us more effective as an organization.” Henrietta H. Fore, UNICEF Executive Director.

    For more information on UNICEF EDGE Certification, kindly view the video here.

    Remarks:

  • This position is based in Mumbai (India).
  • The vacancy is open to Indian Nationals only. Selected applicant will have a 364 days Temporary Appointment contract.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and advance to the next stage of the selection process, which involves various assessments.
  • UNICEF does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process including application, interview, meeting, traveling, processing, training etc. UNICEF is a non-smoking working environment.
  • For more information about UNICEF India, please refer to the link below: - http://unicef.in

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    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=516337


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    Organization: Good Shepherd International Foundation
    Country: India
    Closing date: 06 Oct 2018

    Job Description and Person Specification

    Job title: India Mission Development Manager

    Hiring organisation: Society of the Good Shepherd Sisters Nagpur, India.

    Location: Nagpur, India

    Hours: Full-time

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualification

    Travel: up to 50% of the time

    Application: 18Sep18

    The Congregation of Our Charity of the Good Shepherd (OLCGS) was founded in France in 1835 and it now present in 73 countries worldwide. The mission of the OLCGS is to address issues affecting women and girls, with particular emphasis on poverty, human trafficking, forced migration, gender inequality, domestic violence and religious intolerance. OLCGS adopts a rights based approach which emphasis on the dignity and empowerment of women and girls.

    In India, the sisters work mainly in protection and empowerment programs targeting Dalit and Tribal women as well as those oppressed by the society.

    We currently seek the services of an experienced manager to lead the Mission Development Office (MDO) with the following functions:

    Management/ Coordination Functions

    · Overall responsibility for the successful leadership and management of the Mission Development Office-CEI including staff and operations.

    · Overall responsibility to coordinate and monitor the implementation of the Strategic Plan for the MDO-CEI 2014-2019 under the supervision and in collaboration with the Board of CEI ; drive the on-going review and development of next strategic planning process in 2020

    · Foster effective team work between GSIF-Rome, Asia Pacific MDO, the MDO-CEI Board and the project sites.

    · Oversee the collection of necessary information and data for overall management of National and International grants, prepare proposals and budgets, manage applications and coordinate with local MoUs, M&E and narrative and finance reporting.

    · Collect all project proposals responding to the funding needs identified in the Funding Plan included in the National Strategic Plan from CEI and apply to national and international donors, monitoring for synergy with donor requirements and present these to the Board for approval.

    · In conjunction with the Province Coordinator in CEI develop an operational annual plan which incorporates goals and objectives in line with the strategic plan.

    · Supervise the planning, implementation and evaluation of the funded projects related to Social Action Ministries (SAM) in CEI Province and oversee in conjunction with the M&E/Program Coordinator, the planning, implementation and evaluation of the funded projects related to Social Action Ministries (SAM) of CEI Province.

    · In conjunction with the Province Coordinator and respective accountants, assess financial needs of ministries for funding, planning and develop joint plans and budgets for approval.

    · Oversee timely narrative and financial reporting for active grants both nationally and internationally.

    · Meet half yearly for planning and co-ordination with the MDO-CEI Board.

    · Meet quarterly with Province Coordinator & Program Coordinators of CEI Province.

    · In conjunction with the CEI Province Coordinator, identify needs of staff and engage training providers for training.

    Advocacy Functions:

    · In collaboration with the Justice and Peace Commission of the Province and based on the Board’s inputs, prepare a national Advocacy Plan integrated in the MDO-CEI Strategic Plan.

    · Oversee research and data on priority issues identified in the Strategic Plan for advocacy initiatives at national level and liaise with CEI Province Coordinator to gather data to implement a national advocacy plan, prepare advocacy position papers and advocacy initiatives.

    · Liaise with Justice & Peace commission of CEI Province to coordinate advocacy statements and implementation at national level and feed these to the Good Shepherd International Offices in New York and Geneva (UPR report, CEDAW reports, CRC Reports, SDGs, etc.).

    Communication/Fundraising Functions:

    · Develop a national communication strategy integrated in MDO-CEI Strategic Plan in collaboration with the Province Coordinator. Work closely with a web designer and the sisters to create a website for the MDO-CEI and mentor the sisters in content management for website and the Social Media.

    · Based on the funding plan included in the MDO-CEI Strategic Plan, prepare a Fundraising Plan including donor mapping (using ad hoc data bases and directories) and donor cultivation at national and international level in collaboration with MDO-Rome and MDO-Asia Pacific Regional Manager; Establish relationships with national and international bilateral and multi-lateral organisations in-country (UN, EC, USAID, etc) private corporations and develop an individual donors’ base to mobilize programs, resources for capital campaigns and project’s suport; Research, analyse and prepare briefs on programs, policies and grants opportunity run by Indian government institutional donors (UN bodies or int. NGOs) on a regular basis.

    · Organize 3 fundraising events each year.

    · Ensure the submission of funding application and raise grants for the mission development from the Corporate Sectors under the CSR.

    · Ensure the submission of funding application to institutional donors (Government, UN Bodies or International NGOs) for the GS Mission.

    · Responsible for putting together the consolidated narrative as well as financial reports for the local/international projects using appropriate tools.

    · Create linkages with Government Departments/other Institutions for collaborations whatever necessary.

    • Carry out any other work assigned by the MDO-CEI Board. .

    Qualifications and skills

    • An advanced degree in social sciences, or other related degree

    • 5+ years of experience managing projects/program at national or international level on community development and/or civil society projects.

    • Previous experience or understanding of the NGO sector and social work in India

    • Proven project management skills with experience managing multiple projects and/or working for a national/international organization in India

    • Grant writing and grants management, Project Cycle Management; grant seeking, impact evaluation and baseline data collection.

    • Solid leadership and staff management and soft skills, with a record of managing diverse teams with people different backgrounds

    • Strong critical analysis and problem solving skills;

    • Excellent writing skills particularly for grant-seeking and reporting;

    • A record of accomplishment that demonstrates energy and creativity, and the ability to successfully prioritize and manage competing priorities.

    • A background in research, analysis, and policy, with a track record of developing strategies

    • Demonstrated success in financial planning, financial management, program monitoring, report writing

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking and presentation skills.

    • Ability to link with key stakeholders for advocacy and networking functions;

    • Experience in data processing (Microsoft Word), spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), E-mail, and Internet browser software.

    • Strong English skills (spoken and written) and fluency in national languages (Marathi, Hindi, Telegu and other languages)

    • Experience with remote management is an asset

    • Experience working with faith based organization is an asset


    How to apply:

    Interested applicants are invited to submit their CV to Sr Sabina Pathrose at sabinargs@hotmail.com before 06 October 2018.


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    Organization: Terre des Hommes Netherlands
    Country: India
    Closing date: 29 Sep 2018

    BACKGROUND

    Terre des Hommes Netherlands is an international NGO, with a significant history as a development partner in Asia. We started our operations in 1965 to support Bangladeshi refugees in India during the liberation war in 1971. Over the years, we have partnered and intensively collaborated with almost 700 non-governmental organisations in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand to improve the lives of vulnerable, abused and exploited children. In the course of 2015, the two regions, South Asia and Southeast Asia were merged into one region, Asia, and in 2016 we established our Asia support office in Cambodia. Our Cambodia Country Programme was redesigned in 2017 and commencing in 2018, the Country Programme will focus its interventions in combating Child Exploitation and Abuse.

    Our Vision: Terre des Hommes Netherlands works towards a world where all children have a decent life and can grow up to be independent adults. A world in which children are no longer exploited. We will continue our work until this is accomplished.

    Our Mission: Terre des Hommes Netherlands prevents child exploitation, removes children from exploitative situations and ensures these children can develop themselves in a safe environment.

    PROJECT COORDINATOR - IMAGE PROJECT

    Position Start Date: As soon as possible

    Duration: One-year contract with possibility of extension

    Location: Karnataka, India with 40% travel to the project sites

    GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS:

    Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH-NL) is seeking an experienced Project Coordinator, who will be based in the State of Karnataka with 40% travel to the project sites and the candidate to be positioned in the Country Office for an initial period to be evaluated later. TdH-NL is implementing the project “Initiatives for Married Adolescent Girls’ Empowerment (IMAGE)” in the districts of Belagavi, Bagalkote, Bidar, Chikkaballapura and Chamarajanagar, Karnataka State, and the coordinator will work for this project. Project strategies include: Promotion, Provision and Prevention and will require working alongside TdH staff, partner NGOs, stakeholders from Government, CSOs and the private sector as well as with children, families and communities.

    Objective of the function: The project coordinator is responsible for providing project oversight, grant management, lobby and advocacy with Government and also involved in resource mobilisation activities.

    Position in the organisation: The project coordinator is subject to hierarchical leadership from the Country Manager and provides (functional) leadership within projects.

    RESULT AREAS

    Realise projects: Implement projects according to the objectives of the developed project plan and ensure that the project teams are involved, well-functioning and informed.

    • Work professionally within TdH-NL policies and codes of conduct, including those related to child protection/safeguarding, confidentiality and ethical practice.
    • Work closely with the team and with the Country Manager to ensure goals and objectives are achieved.
    • Ensure effective communication between project staff, TdH country and regional teams
    • Responsible for preparing and monitoring budgets and spending
    • Oversee project procurement and management of processes in line with TdH-NL policies.
    • Continuously analyse and manage identified risks and opportunities in the projects.
    • Use tools to monitor working hours, plans and expenditures
    • Prepare and issue all appropriate project paperwork (e.g. MoUs, ToRs etc.)
    • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation, plans and reports
    • Ensure standards and requirements are met through conducting quality assurance tests
    • Possess a strong commitment to social justice and development of quality services within the field of child sexual abuse, exploitation and violence.

    Improve service: Improve project design to reflect developments and ensure contacts are maintained.

    • Establish and maintain active and positive relationships with a variety of stakeholders including Government representatives, local authorities, community groups, beneficiaries, CSOs, NGOs etc.
    • Coordinate project management activities, resources, equipment and information
    • Break projects into realistic action plans and set timeframes
    • Liaise with project staff, partners, stakeholders and others to identify and define requirements, scope and objectives
    • Assign tasks to internal teams and assist with schedule management
    • Ensure that beneficiaries needs are met to a high standard as projects evolve
    • Participate in team’s performance reviews
    • Monitor the project’s progress and respond appropriately to any issues that arise
    • Act as the point of contact and communicate project status to all participants and other national stakeholders

    Improve workflows: Improve work processes to ensure quality of service remains secure and employees are able to achieve the goals.

    • Assess needs and gaps, ensuring staff are provided with appropriate support, training, guidance and mentoring.
    • Work closely with teams to ensure project is implemented according to schedule
    • Track and analyse project performance (costs, performance, schedules etc.) and report to the management on changes, being able to suggest the improvements to all the above.

    EDUCATION

    • High level vocational or academic (university) education at Master level.

    EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

    • Proven knowledge and experience in the field of project coordination and management.
    • Minimum of 5 years work experience in project coordination or a similar role, from conception to delivery. (Preferably for an INGO, NGO, or Governmental organisation, in the related field of child protection and safeguarding).
    • High level of applied or academic thought and working ability
    • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
    • Solid organisational skills, including multitasking and time-management
    • Knowledge of and insight in the target group(s) and developments in society.
    • Skills in writing concrete project work plans and able to perform these tasks independently, and/or seek assistance required to complete tasks.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English (Kannada highly desirable).
    • Possess strong organisational skills, including those related to prioritising, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating.
    • Ability to work well with and contribute positively to diverse teams.
    • Working knowledge of Google Office tool set (e.g. Docs, Spreadsheets, slides etc.)

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates, please forward your application referring to the job title (covering letter and CV) by email no later than 29 September 2018 at 17:00 Bangalore, India time to asia@tdh.nl


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    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: India
    Closing date: 07 Oct 2018

    LOCATION: The position would be responsible for providing technical support to national / state / divisional / district level/ sub-district levels (in certain cases) ICT Solutions in UNICEF supported states in India, with specific deliverables to be achieved for improved programme outcomes. The position would be based at Country Office or State or selected district HQs within the states. Possible locations are: New Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad/Telangana, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Patna, Raipur and Ranchi.

    CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATION SUBMISSION: 2400 Hours IST on 7th October, 2018

    1. BACKGROUND:

    UNICEF supports Government of India (GoI) and other partners with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) enabled solutions that are aimed at achieving programmatic results in India.

    As UNICEF India does not have a dedicated in-house solutions development team, there is need for short and/or long-term technical inputs to initiate “start-up” or “scale-up” ICT projects of wide-ranging scopes. There may be need to develop an entirely new solution or modification work required on existing solutions. The objective is to ensure UNICEF has a roster of competent ICT consultant who could be immediately engaged to provide the required level of inputs to assist with programme delivery while improving the efficiency, effectiveness and automation of business processes using ICT technologies / ICT Project Management.

    2. PURPOSE:

    UNICEF is trying to build a pool of pre-qualified high-caliber candidates to be engaged as ‘ICT Consultants’, from which UNICEF country office and different state offices can quickly select and fill a requirement through a faster contracting process as soon as a need is identified.

    Candidates who meet the required qualifications and experience are invited to apply following which a desk review of their skills and experience will be done to determine whether they qualify for the ICT Consultant Roster. The process will ensure all candidates in a ICT Roster Group are evaluated prior to recommendation for a specific consultancy opportunity. Successful candidates will be notified and placed in a ICT Roster Group for a four (4)year period. However, engagement of identified consultants for specific assignments would be as per the terms and conditions specified in the contract entered into.

    The Roster of ICT Consultants, once in place, will allow ICT colleagues to select three or more potential candidates from the roster for further appraisal and selection of one candidate, rather than going through a formal advertisement process for each consultancy assignment.Ideally, this will expedite the placement of consultants (both short term and long term) and also provide the supervisor the scope to choose from a vast pool of potential candidates with ICT background.The database will be managed centrally by Supply & Procurement (S&P) section, New Delhi. In this context, should the currently on-board consultants with UNICEF be interested in being considered for future opportunities with UNICEF, they need to apply to the roster.

    3. LOCATION:

    The position would be responsible for providing technical support to national / state / divisional / district level/ sub-district levels (in certain cases) ICT Solutions in UNICEF supported states in India, with specific deliverables to be achieved for improved programme outcomes. The position would be based at Country Office or State or selected district HQs within the states. Possible locations are: New Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad/Telangana, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Patna, Raipur and Ranchi.

    4.VALIDITY OF ROSTER:

    The roster once established would be valid for a period of 4-years.

    5. QUALIFICATION, SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

    Education: Master’s degree in Computer Science / Management Information Systems / Business Administration / Systems Analysis or Equivalent.

    Technical knowledge: Excellent technical knowledge in developing ICT Solutions using OEM and Open Sources Platform, especially in context of India. Please refer to Annex A to provide details.

    Language: Fluency in English and Hindi is required. Knowledge of other local Indian language as relevant to the state is an asset. Good negotiation and influencing skills supported by excellent communication and presentation skills is desirable.

    Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment and to establish harmonious and effective working relationships with governmental, non-governmental and civil society organizations

    6. HOW TO APPLY:Please submit your online application along with the below mentioned documents through the online portal latest by 2400 Hours IST on 7th October 2018.

  • A Cover letter explaining the motivation for applying and explaining how the qualifications and skill-set of the candidate are suitable for this position (to be uploaded online under cover letter section).
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) (to be uploaded online under CV/resume).
  • Three (3) Samples of Work: Describe your roles in the projects and technologies used and short business brief; substantiate by submitting documentation, reports, designs, sample of projects etc.; provide URL links of Websites or submit applications in/ Apple store or Google Play Store. In a word document, you can share the links to these documents and explain your role and contribution/expertise under each link shared. The documents can be uploaded under Work sampleseither using Google drive or using Dropbox. However, you can upload only one document.
  • Technical Experience Template attached (Annex A – Section 1 and 2) (To be uploaded online under Educational certificate. As you can upload only 1 attachment here just upload the technical experience template and not your educational certificate)
  • ANNEX A Technical Exp Template ICT.docx

    You will notice that scores have been assigned tothe work sample and technical experience template. Hence, it is mandatory to upload these documents. Without these documents your application will be considered incomplete and will be invalidated.

    7. Evaluation Criteria

    The criteria for evaluation will be as follows:

    Language and content of cover letter - Min 07/Max 10

    Relevant Education Qualifications - Min 14/Max 20

    Relevant work/technical experience - Min 21/Max 30

    Quality including content of samples submitted - Min 28/Max 40

    Candidates' who score 70 marks and above and also score the minimum points against each of the above sub-criteria will be considered for inclusion in the roster

    Total points to qualify in overall technical evaluation Min 70/Max 100

  • Any attempt to unduly influence UNICEF’s selection process will lead to automatic disqualification of the applicant.
  • Joint applications of two or more individuals are not accepted.
  • Please note, UNICEF does not charge any fee during any stage of the process.
  • For any clarifications, please contact:

    UNICEF

    Supply & Procurement Section

    73, Lodi Estate, New Delhi 110003

    Telephone # +91-11-24606516 (Direct)

    Fax # +91-11-24391410; Email: indconsultants@unicef.org


    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=516508


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    Organization: International Organization for Migration
    Country: India
    Closing date: 28 Sep 2018

    Consultant for study of technological applications/platforms to increase transparency, ethical conduct and regulatory oversight of the recruitment of migrant workers

    Requirement: Technology research specialist

    Duration: October – December 2018

    Requirements for application: Submission of CV, see Application section below for more details.

    Background

    The large-scale migration of workers is mostly facilitated by an inter-regional network of private recruitment agencies (PRAs). While there are a number of ethical PRAs, recruitment-related abuses are widespread, including the charging of exorbitant fees to low-skilled migrant workers in sectors such as construction, agriculture and services (including domestic work), sometimes in collusion with employers.

    In response, government-facilitated online platforms have been proposed as a mechanism to either help make the process of recruitment by PRAs more transparent and improve government oversight, or as an alternative to PRAs altogether, through government-to-government, or government-to-business recruitment models. Platforms adopted by countries of origin and destination vary, either operating unilaterally, bilaterally or multilaterally. However, there are a number of common features, including:

    • Ability for job seekers and employers to check a recruitment agency’s registration/licence and/or see the agency’s rating by users (reducing reliance on unlicensed agents or sub-agents and potentially giving more visibility to fair and ethical recruitment agencies);

    • Maintenance of an online repository of key documents such as an employment contract (reducing risk of contract substitution) as well as ability to store other core documents such as copies of passports and birth certificates (which may be required by workers for any number of reasons, including lodging a complaint or applying for a new job) while adhering to data protection principles;

    • Ability to track the entire recruitment process (providing greater visibility to employers and regulatory authorities); and

    • Provision of online educational materials including information on “employer pay” recruitment corridors and available pre-departure and post-arrival programmes; and Links to online grievance mechanisms.

    Despite these potential benefits, some commentators have noted that technological solutions may not solve core challenges affecting the current recruitment framework, particularly potential misconduct by PRAs (e.g. in collusion with employers).2 For example, online platforms may not achieve their outcomes if:

    • PRAs (or subagents of the PRAs) offer to log/track information on behalf of migrant workers, meaning that migrants do not access the platform themselves and thus do not benefit from the potential transparency facilitated through the platform (for example, they may not see the platform-lodged employment contract, and may rely on the contract provided by the PRA – which may have different terms); PRAs can still find other ways to charge workers recruitment fees or related costs, including intimidating workers not to reveal through the platform that they were charged fees, or charging after the fact.

    Additional concerns relate to:

    • Recruitment through the system becoming more time-consuming and cumbersome, thus increasing and not reducing associated costs, resulting in more workers and employers relying on faster processes such as informal recruitment through social networks (where they may be less protected); and Risk of data breaches unless strict protocols are put in place.

    About the study

    The study aims to provide guidance to States developing online applications/platforms that facilitate recruitment and placement of migrant workers, on how to best leverage new techniques and technologies, such as blockchain. The study has a focus on migration from Africa and Asian countries to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and the European Union.

    The study will also explore and propose innovative ideas for future use of online platforms.

    Specifically, the study will consider a number of core questions, such as:

    • What is the typology of online platforms and what functions are they intended to serve?

    • Do online platforms increase transparency and efficiency of recruitment for the benefit of workers and employers, and for the work of regulatory authorities?

    • Do they support ethical recruitment agencies, or present a higher likelihood of fair recruitment?

    Objectives

    The study will be in two parts:

    Part 1: Review of current initiatives

    This part will develop a set of criteria and standard operational indicators of online recruitment applications/platforms to be discussed with the participating countries. These indicators will be tested through a mapping and review of the implementation of current relevant initiatives, taking account of the system that was in place before the online platform was implemented as a comparison. Criteria could include:

    • Transparency: level of information available to both worker and employer and degree to which workers in particular actually access and benefit from the available information;
    • Efficiency: including number of days required to comply with established procedures, the amount of time required to input information (including, on the workers’ side, how many appointments are needed particularly to capital cities to lodge information), and – where the platform has a function for job matching – the quality of the ‘skills match’ between worker and employer;
    • Cost: costs to the employers and workers;
    • Assistance to regulatory authorities:* the extent to which online platforms facilitate the work of government authorities to carry out their regulatory/oversight functions over the recruitment process and to what degree do they promote or facilitate cooperation between authorities in countries of origin and destination;**
    • Alignment with international labour standards: including access to complaints and dispute resolution mechanisms, ensuring that workers do not pay recruitment fees, etc;
    • Data protection: how secure is user data, including both worker and employer data, and what safeguards are in place against data theft or manipulation;
    • Accessibility: degree of penetration of online platforms considering that many low-skilled workers may come from rural areas or have limited education levels, and the issues of internet literacy, access to reliable internet connection, access to mobile applications, etc.

    The review will be conducted in accordance with the same indicators for previous (off-line) recruitment modalities as a comparison.

    Part 2: Future directions

    This part will explore how emerging trends and technologies, such as blockchain, can be utilised to enhance or develop online systems that best fulfil the criteria and indicators tested through Part 1.

    It may also consider the possibility of establishing platforms in the countries of destination to promote internal labour market mobility - such as a virtual market place where workers already in the country can be recruited and matched through an online platform (accessible by relevant Ministries as well as private firms).

    The final product would be the provision of concrete guidance and recommendations on how the above criteria can be enhanced through the application of new technologies and techniques with a view to their use by policy makers to inform the development or updating of such applications/platforms in the future.

    Core Task and Responsibilities

    The consultant will work remotely in a team comprised of a lead international consultant and other national consultants in each of the target countries. The candidate will preferably be an experienced field researcher familiar with technology and with past experience liaising with the relevant selected governmental counterparts. The consultant will be responsible for data collection under the guidance and supervision of the lead international consultant.

    Specifically, the consultant’s tasks and responsibilities include the following:

    · Identify, translate and/or summarise, and analyse relevant national level documents, research, studies, or reports to contribute to the desk research and a literature review to glean insights from existing data

    · Conduct primary source interviews and/or surveys with local and regional stakeholders that will include government officials (those who implement, run and oversee platforms), IT experts (those who design and maintain platforms), recruitment agency associations, worker and employer representatives, and external stakeholders (NGOs and quasi-government bodies);

    · Identify and work with designated government authorities (including IT focal points for the relevant platform) to obtain needed data;

    · Based on an agreed set of indicators, carry out preliminary analysis on data obtained;

    · Work with local institutions to identify and recruit workers to be interviewed;

    · Assist in the development of a qualitative survey instrument adapted to the national context that will be used to interview workers; review and contribute to the development of survey guides

    · Conduct one on one and/or focus group interviews with workers, possibly through a translator;

    · Assess the feasibility of utilizing mobile technology to survey workers in hard to reach areas;

    · Work in collaboration with Lead Researcher to analyse and process information collected;

    · Conduct research and analysis and development of guidance and recommendations on the application of new technologies and techniques in Part 2 of the report, based on a literature review as well as key stakeholder interviews through telephone and Skype;

    · Contribute to the drafting of the overall report and supporting documents (including policy briefs, summary note and infographics);

    Deliverable(s):

    The national consultant’s deliverables are:

    1. Prepare a compilation of all raw data collected for research study.
    2. Prepare a first draft of the country level report based on analysis of research findings.
    3. In coordination with lead consultant provide inputs to complete report and address feedback by the ILO and IOM.
    4. Provide inputs to supporting material, including 2-page policy advisory notes, a summary capturing the core/principal findings and infographics.

    Time-frame for deliverables

    1. Prepare a compilation of all raw data**:** Mid-October 2018
    2. Prepare a first draft of the country level report: End of -October 2018
    3. Provide inputs to complete report: Beginning of November 2018
    4. Contribute to addressing feedback by the ILO and IOM: Mid-November
    5. Provide inputs to producing supporting materials: [TBC]

    Required qualifications

    · Advanced university degree (preferably at doctoral level) in economics, social sciences, public administration, business administration, computer science, or Information Technology.

    · Thorough understanding of the technology behind job-matching platforms.

    · Sound analytical and writing skills and proven ability to write concise, informative, and accurate reports in understandable terms, in English.

    · Experience conducting qualitative surveys, analysis and summarizing results;

    · Extensive experience in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E).

    · Sound understanding of ILO Conventions and Recommendations, and core international human rights instruments.

    · Familiarity with the ILO General Principles and Operational Guidelines for Fair Recruitment and the IOM International Recruitment Integrity System (IRIS) Standard.

    · Able to work under time pressure and deliver work of outstanding quality.

    · Familiarity with technology applications in the human rights or labour rights space;

    · Ability to interview experts from a variety of backgrounds and experiences in a neutral, professional and objective manner;

    · Ability to work within a team to trouble-shoot and identify additional opportunities and avenues to collect desired data;

    · Demonstrated in-country experience with labour related research and knowledge of politics and processes around foreign labour recruitment; Fluency in local official language; Professional fluency in spoken and written English


    How to apply:

    The proposal along with the applicant’s CV should be submitted to IOM Bahrain (recruitmentbahrain@iom.int) on or before 28 September 2018. Applications received after this date will not be considered. Successful applicants will be invited for interviews before final selection.


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    Organization: Good Shepherd International Foundation
    Country: India
    Closing date: 10 Oct 2018

    Job Description and Person Specification

    Job title: India Mission Development Manager

    Hiring organisation: Society of the Good Shepherd Sisters Nagpur, India.

    Location: Nagpur, India

    Hours: Full-time

    Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualification

    Travel: up to 50% of the time

    Application: 22Sep18

    The Congregation of Our Charity of the Good Shepherd (OLCGS) was founded in France in 1835 and it now present in 73 countries worldwide. The mission of the OLCGS is to address issues affecting women and girls, with particular emphasis on poverty, human trafficking, forced migration, gender inequality, domestic violence and religious intolerance. OLCGS adopts a rights based approach which emphasis on the dignity and empowerment of women and girls.

    In India, the sisters work mainly in protection and empowerment programs targeting Dalit and Tribal women as well as those oppressed by the society.

    We currently seek the services of an experienced manager to lead the Mission Development Office (MDO) with the following functions:

    Management/ Coordination Functions

    · Overall responsibility for the successful leadership and management of the Mission Development Office-CEI including staff and operations.

    · Overall responsibility to coordinate and monitor the implementation of the Strategic Plan for the MDO-CEI 2014-2019 under the supervision and in collaboration with the Board of CEI ; drive the on-going review and development of next strategic planning process in 2020

    · Foster effective team work between GSIF-Rome, Asia Pacific MDO, the MDO-CEI Board and the project sites.

    · Oversee the collection of necessary information and data for overall management of National and International grants, prepare proposals and budgets, manage applications and coordinate with local MoUs, M&E and narrative and finance reporting.

    · Collect all project proposals responding to the funding needs identified in the Funding Plan included in the National Strategic Plan from CEI and apply to national and international donors, monitoring for synergy with donor requirements and present these to the Board for approval.

    · In conjunction with the Province Coordinator in CEI develop an operational annual plan which incorporates goals and objectives in line with the strategic plan.

    · Supervise the planning, implementation and evaluation of the funded projects related to Social Action Ministries (SAM) in CEI Province and oversee in conjunction with the M&E/Program Coordinator, the planning, implementation and evaluation of the funded projects related to Social Action Ministries (SAM) of CEI Province.

    · In conjunction with the Province Coordinator and respective accountants, assess financial needs of ministries for funding, planning and develop joint plans and budgets for approval.

    · Oversee timely narrative and financial reporting for active grants both nationally and internationally.

    · Meet half yearly for planning and co-ordination with the MDO-CEI Board.

    · Meet quarterly with Province Coordinator & Program Coordinators of CEI Province.

    · In conjunction with the CEI Province Coordinator, identify needs of staff and engage training providers for training.

    Advocacy Functions:

    · In collaboration with the Justice and Peace Commission of the Province and based on the Board’s inputs, prepare a national Advocacy Plan integrated in the MDO-CEI Strategic Plan.

    · Oversee research and data on priority issues identified in the Strategic Plan for advocacy initiatives at national level and liaise with CEI Province Coordinator to gather data to implement a national advocacy plan, prepare advocacy position papers and advocacy initiatives.

    · Liaise with Justice & Peace commission of CEI Province to coordinate advocacy statements and implementation at national level and feed these to the Good Shepherd International Offices in New York and Geneva (UPR report, CEDAW reports, CRC Reports, SDGs, etc.).

    Communication/Fundraising Functions:

    · Develop a national communication strategy integrated in MDO-CEI Strategic Plan in collaboration with the Province Coordinator. Work closely with a web designer and the sisters to create a website for the MDO-CEI and mentor the sisters in content management for website and the Social Media.

    · Based on the funding plan included in the MDO-CEI Strategic Plan, prepare a Fundraising Plan including donor mapping (using ad hoc data bases and directories) and donor cultivation at national and international level in collaboration with MDO-Rome and MDO-Asia Pacific Regional Manager; Establish relationships with national and international bilateral and multi-lateral organisations in-country (UN, EC, USAID, etc) private corporations and develop an individual donors’ base to mobilize programs, resources for capital campaigns and project’s suport; Research, analyse and prepare briefs on programs, policies and grants opportunity run by Indian government institutional donors (UN bodies or int. NGOs) on a regular basis.

    · Organize 3 fundraising events each year.

    · Ensure the submission of funding application and raise grants for the mission development from the Corporate Sectors under the CSR.

    · Ensure the submission of funding application to institutional donors (Government, UN Bodies or International NGOs) for the GS Mission.

    · Responsible for putting together the consolidated narrative as well as financial reports for the local/international projects using appropriate tools.

    · Create linkages with Government Departments/other Institutions for collaborations whatever necessary.

    • Carry out any other work assigned by the MDO-CEI Board. .

    Qualifications and skills

    • An advanced degree in social sciences, or other related degree

    • 5+ years of experience managing projects/program at national or international level on community development and/or civil society projects.

    • Previous experience or understanding of the NGO sector and social work in India

    • Proven project management skills with experience managing multiple projects and/or working for a national/international organization in India

    • Grant writing and grants management, Project Cycle Management; grant seeking, impact evaluation and baseline data collection.

    • Solid leadership and staff management and soft skills, with a record of managing diverse teams with people different backgrounds

    • Strong critical analysis and problem solving skills;

    • Excellent writing skills particularly for grant-seeking and reporting;

    • A record of accomplishment that demonstrates energy and creativity, and the ability to successfully prioritize and manage competing priorities.

    • A background in research, analysis, and policy, with a track record of developing strategies

    • Demonstrated success in financial planning, financial management, program monitoring, report writing

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking and presentation skills.

    • Ability to link with key stakeholders for advocacy and networking functions;

    • Experience in data processing (Microsoft Word), spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), E-mail, and Internet browser software.

    • Strong English skills (spoken and written) and fluency in national languages (Marathi, Hindi, Telegu and other languages)

    • Experience with remote management is an asset

    • Experience working with faith based organization is an asset


    How to apply:

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications with three references to Sr. Sabina Pathrose at sabinargs@hotmail.com by 10 October 2018.


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