Udayan Care UC
Coordinator/ Sr. Coordinator – Udayan Ghar Programme
Program Manager, Program Officer, Program Associate, Program Assistant
Delhi NCR Delhi
Application Email : hrd@udayancare.org

Job Type

Full Time

Closing Date

Aug 05 2021


Coordinator/ Sr. Coordinator – Udayan Ghar Programme

Location: Delhi/NCR

Reports To: Sr. Manager, Udayan Ghar Programme

Section 1 | About Udayan Care

Udayan Care, an ISO 9000 certified organization, has been working for the quality care of disadvantaged children and women and youth for over 25 years, with the endeavor of providing sustainable rehabilitation. The mission of “A nurturing home for every orphaned child; an opportunity for higher education for every girl and for every adult; the dignity of self-reliance and the desire to give back to society.” is what drives its 130 employees and close to 800 volunteers to action.

Udayan Care has been accredited by Give India, Guidestar and Credibility Alliance, for its transparent and credible performance. In 2015, the Honorable President of India awarded Udayan Care the National Award for Child Welfare 2014—India’s highest commendation for a non-profit child welfare organization constituted by the Government of India for its efforts to bring smile in the life of young children.

Section 2 | Purpose of the Role

To work as a part of a committed and dedicated care giving team comprising of managers, social workers, care staff, mentor parents and volunteers to achieve the best possible outcomes for children living in Ghars – Udayan Care’s children’s residential care programme for orphaned and abandoned children

Section 3 | Key Responsibilities

1. To perform the duties of Person in-charge and Child Welfare Officer as stated in Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and Rules 2016.
2. Obtain case history, assess immediate needs and prepare the child & home for admission.
3. Complete full assessment, develop the care plan, monitor, review and record progress.
4. Look for alternative care options for children placed in the Home and follow-up.
5. Maintain case file, write reports for child welfare committee, courts and the organization
6. Visit child welfare committees/ govt. offices/ police stations as and when required
7. Maintain registers and records for the running of the home.
8. Liaise with schools, health agencies and accompany children wherever necessary.
9. Provide education, extra-curricular and vocational training support to the children in the home.
10. Identify volunteering needs in consultation with the care giving team and liaise with the volunteer coordinator
11. Develop and run life skills, educational and therapeutic group work programmes along with the counsellors.
12. Organise and accompany children for outings/ excursions, camps, sports activities & external visits
13. Coordinate for events/ celebrations to be organized at the Home like birthdays, festivals and any other

Liaising with donors, funders & sponsors
1. Write funding proposals for specific programmes and needs identified for children’s development
2. Provide regular reports to Legal Compliance and Documentation team as required by government bodies, donors, sponsors and funders
3. Maintain a healthy relationship with mentors (long term volunteers parenting children), visitors, sponsors etc.
4. Extend help in financial management (donation, in-kind) and asset management of the home

Support and capacity building
1. Supervise volunteers on placement and provide regular reports/updates/feedback to the volunteer coordinator
2. Develop and run appropriate workshops for caregivers to increase competency in their caregiving role and supervise and support them

1. Attend and document team meetings and supervision meetings in the Home & HO.
2. Network with other NGOs and attend and document training events and workshops.
3. Collaborate with inter & intra departmental collaterals; thereby meeting the larger goal of the organization.
4. Ensure professional knowledge is continuously updated.
5. Any other task assigned by Sr. Manager- Alternative Care and Mentors at the home, related to children and the home’s smooth functioning.

Section 4 | Skills & Knowledge

•Ability to engage with and communicate with children
•Ability to advocate for children
•Ability to plan and prioritize workload effectively
•Written and oral communication skills
•Assessment and analytical skills
•Networking Skills, Problem solving skills
•Literacy in computers – word, power point, excel, electronic communication
•Ability to think and act on own initiative

• Awareness of key requirements of Juvenile Justice (care & protection of children) Act, 2015, JJ Rule 2016, ICPS and other important children related legislations and schemes •Awareness of theories of child development & impact of trauma on normal development
• Understanding of living in group care

Section 5 | Experience and Qualifications

More than 2 years of work experience preferably in NGO sector.
Can be residential or non- residential

Educational Qualifications
Masters in Social Work/ Sociology

How to Apply: Please download and fill the Application form and send to
1) hrd@udayancare.org
2) Mgr.hrd@udayancare.org

Send application form along with your updated c.v. Do mention the post you are applying for in the subject line.

Contact Person: Neha (HR Coordinator)
Job Email id: hrd@udayancare.org