CPC/Job-Off campus/NGO/Child Fund India/Livelihood Faculty cum Centre Manager/30 March 2016

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We are pleased to share the details of the Vacancy at ChildFund India.

Organization Name: ChildFund India

Job Title: Livelihood Faculty cum Centre Manager

Location: Daltonganj, Jharkhand & Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh

No. of Positions: 2

Summary
The position is responsible for overall development and management of Livelihood Vocational Centre, DAKSH-an initiative for Sustainable Livelihood and Youth Empowerment for the promotion of Entrepreneurship and Employability among youth for Life Stage – III, promoting a culture of self-reliance among the Youth, SHGs, and strengthening of youth collectives and its federations for community development of the Project Area, along with liasioning with concerned stakeholders and Government departments.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Overall development and management of Livelihood Vocational Centre, DAKSH- an initiative for Sustainable Livelihood and Youth Empowerment
  • Mobilize and train youth per batch as per project requirement.
  • Support candidates in achieving sustainable livelihood.
  • Establish good networking with reputed business establishments for the placements and entrepreneurship of candidates in the specified sector.
  • Share administrative work together with other team members in the centre.
  • Handling financial responsibilities.
  • Maintain a congenial environment in the centre.
  • Promoting a culture of self-reliance among the Youth and SHGs.
  • Strengthening of youth collectives
  • Strengthening of federations for community development.
  • Liasioning with concerned stakeholders and Government departments
  • Any other responsibility that may be assigned to you by your line manager.
  • Identifying new business ideas/ areas having Entrepreneurship & Employment potential for the target beneficiaries of the project by exploring new opportunities, analyzing threats, evaluating strengths and weaknesses.
  • Offering need-based advises to the new entrepreneurs in issues relating to commercial, management and technical aspects of their initiative.
  • Build contacts with district level government bodies / authorities for convergence with program activities and identify advocacy issues for further integration in plan for policy influencing at project/District level.
  • Leverage local resources that can support/complement centre based activities.
  • Undertaking all above keeping in to consideration organization’s overall objective, reputation and to assume sincere efforts to add value to job accomplishments.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Minimum Master’s degree or equivalent. Professional or technical qualification has added advantage.
  • At least 3 years professional experience Skill and entrepreneurship development and management in any reputed organization/company.
  • At least 1 years’ experience in handling and managing centre related to Livelihood promotion in the field of entrepreneurship and skill development.
  • Good verbal / written English and local language.
COMPETENCIES
  • Core expertise in imparting skill development training to youths and adolescents.
  • Good managerial Skills
  • Strong facilitation and documentation skills.
  • Excellent team player with a commitment to team building.
  • Experience in imparting personality development/ life skill training of youth and adolescents.

Interested candidates are requested to mail their CV to recruitment@childfundindia.org mentioning clearly the Position Title & Location in the subject line. Kindly mention your current salary/ expectations if any, by 30th March 2016.

As it is an off-campus, students are advised, if shortlisted, kindly make your own arrangements.

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