Title: Governance and Community Development Officer (GCDO)
Company Name: RDRS Bangladesh
Job Location: Sylhet
Employment Status: Full-time, Contractual
∎ Masters in any discipline (Educational qualification will be relaxed for experienced candidates.
∎ At least 3 year(s)
∎ To assist the upazila team in preparing monthly work plan, DIP and AIP.
∎ To assist Upazila Coordinator in organizing inception workshops at upazila and union level.
∎ Provide technical support to FF in group formation, provide training and mentoring FF and SCMs to increase their capacity in quality delivery through regular field visits.
∎ Represent Suchana regularly in monthly coordination meetings organized by Upazila Health Complex.
∎ Organize and facilitate nutrition orientation events for religious leaders and influentials.
∎ Supportive supervision at field level through regular follow-up and monitoring activities of front line staffs.
∎ Process monitoring through tab based MIS system.
∎ Any other task assigned by the management.
∎ At least 03 (three) years' experience in community based development activities, notably in nutrition and livelihoods areas.
∎ Must have the ability in motorcycle driving.
∎ Good communication, facilitation and motivational skills.
∎ Understanding on local culture and language is preferable.
∎ Abilities to undertake extensive travel to village level.
∎ Must have problem solving and prompt decision making capacity.
∎ Must have the ability to work under pressure.
Salary: Tk. 26500 (Monthly)
Compensation & Other Benefits:
∎ Weekly 2 holidays
∎ Festival Bonus: 2
∎ As per Project's Budget and Company Policy.
Application Deadline: 25 Feb 2021
∎ 18 Feb 2021
∎ RDRS Bangladesh
∎ Address : RDRS Bangladesh, House no.43, Road no. 10, Sector 6, Uttara, Dhaka
∎ Web : www.rdrsbangladesh.org
∎ Business : RDRS Bangladesh is a national development NGO works for rural development by empowering the rural poor in northwest Bangladesh. RDRS was formally established as the Bangladesh field program of the Geneva-based Lutheran World Federation/Department for World Service (LWF/DWS) on 8 February 1972. Its development aim is to achieve sustainable increases in their living standards. With this aim, RDRS enables those who participate in its program to gain the necessary skills, understanding, confidence, institutions and services; and ensure that the rural communities have the necessary economic, social and environmental resources. RDRS employees approximate 3,700 staff and works with a further approximately 1,000 volunteers and daily paid workers. The vast majority of staff are in field positions, with specialist sectoral and support units in Rangpur and Dhaka.
: Eligible and deserving candidates are requested to apply only through online. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview. Any persuasion will disqualify the candidature. Women are especially encouraged to apply. RDRS is a non smoking working environment. RDRS reserves rights to finalize any application.