June 21, 2024

Apply by: 7th July 2024

Location: Hardoi Region

Programme: Adolescent Health Awareness Program in District: Hardoi region

Type: Full time

Reports to: Program Manager

Organisation profile

Development Consortium (DC)- www.devcons.org is a non-profit organization (registered in India), dedicated to working with young people and vulnerable communities across India – empowering them to overcome health, education and rights, abuse & injustice issues. At the very core of our existence is the belief that a better future for humanity depends on our capacity to harness change. It is the building of this capacity that is at the heart of our working model. 

DC firmly believes that influencing behavior change is critical to the success of an impactful program. Many programs run into cultural traditions and taboos that result in constituents resisting an initiative that might dramatically improve their lives. In many cases, the solution is a matter of sequencing, where opening constituents’ minds to a program’s promise precedes efforts to execute the program itself. At the core of most of our intervention designs is a process to encourage beneficial behavior change, without taking the paternalistic approach of imposing the change on constituents. These could be a mix of approaches such as engaging constituents directly, by enlisting local, trusted peers to investigate cultural norms and elicit change from within the community; or to impact constituents indirectly, by incentivizing critical collaborators to change their behaviors.

3.       Job description

  • Overall responsible for the implementation on the ground
  • Coordinating, consolidating, and ensuring smooth implementation of program activities in project location Hardoi (UP).
  • Undertake field visits to support implementation of activities in project location.
  • Liaison with partners across project location in documentation of relevant lessons including human interest stories as instructed by Programme and project Lead
  • Collect content from field visits like photos, videos, etc as instructed by Project Lead.
  • Documenting progress of programme activities for follow up action plan and monitoring and evaluation related information.
  • Develop weekly/bi-weekly/monthly/quarterly reports and submit to Project Lead.
  • Liaison and coordinate with Project Team and local officials for holding medical camps and community meetings
  • Identify, train, motivate and closely manage on-ground personnel/peer educators.
  • Ensure proper distribution of information, follow-up and monitoring
  • Prepare and share monthly report for Project Location based on required data points
  • Identify and manage the project office / godown for hygienic storage of food material Carry out specific administrative operational/control tasks for programme activities as and when required.

4.       Eligibility criteria (Experience, educational qualifications, skill sets required)

  • At least 2 years of experience in health sector
    • Functional ability to use a computer and software like MSWord, MS Excel
    • Ability to save files and images for reporting
    • Ability to generate reports as per formats provided
    • Deep understanding of Hardoi, including terrain, demography, and Government offices
    • Ability to work with women as colleagues as well as target audience for programmes
    • Ability to identify, recruit, train, motivate and manage a team of Field Officers
    • Aligned with the project lead and state programme lead
    • Able to handle pressure.
    • Having own 2-wheeler will be appreciated.

5.       Work location: Hardoi region, UP

6.       Last date of application: 7 July, 2024

7.       How to apply : Interested candidate via the Google link :Apply here

8.       Remuneration details: Rs. 25,000 – Rs. 35,000 per month CTC, all inclusive. Travel allowance will be additional.

2 years
Work Level
Employment Type
Full Time
INR 25,000 - INR 35,000 per month CTC, all inclusive. Travel allowance will be additional
Development Consortium (DC)
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Adolescent Health