is an international medical non-profit organization providing
health services to people in need, including refugees and
displaced persons, in disaster and underserved regions. The
organization is composed of medical and public health volunteers
of diverse backgrounds.
Implementation and Development:
proper Implementation of MG projects and programs and leading
program development opportunities related to health, nutrition,
and any other areas, including ongoing assessment needs in India
in coordination with, and under the instruction and guidance of,
the MedGlobal Head Office and/or the Country Representative (CR).
all day-to-day activities of a program and keeping a birds-eye
view on the program operations including monitoring and reporting
throughout the process.
drafts and paperwork and overseeing the preparation of project
budgets by the Accounting Department and other documents as
necessary to be submitted to the NGO Affairs Bureau for project
with providing program development, staff training and education,
and best practices adherence.
project work plans and budgeting for field activities associated
with donor requirements and MedGlobal policies.
audits to assess MedGlobal services’ status, quality of
supplies and facilities, and on-site health information systems,
in accordance with MedGlobal and international standards and
and evaluate potential implementing partners for India programs
evaluating, and assessing activities as per the standard
practices, and overcoming shortages if there are any, in
coordination with the implementing partner on the ground.
and coordinating project completion reports and facilitating an
audit done in coordination with the Accounting Department, and
submitting all paperwork and reports
Administration and Training:
in providing program development, training plans, staff training
and education, and best practices for in-house and external
a summary of recommended areas of improvement, areas of success,
and leading the execution of an action plan with the Head Office
team to evolve and make positive systems improvements where
day-to-day guidance and supervision for the medical team in a
manner that supports the growth of internal leadership.
oversight of the volunteer logistics from arrival to departure in
India, including orienting volunteer providers to the on-site
Evaluation, and Audit:
with MedGlobal’s Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, to
implement M&E for the overall India program, as well as
special MedGlobal programs.
and assisting the Accounting Department for project-end and
MedGlobal financial reports, both weekly and monthly.
Communication, and Coordination:
communicating with, and meeting interested parties regarding
potential activities, including potential or current donors.
regional and local sub-cluster meetings (e.g., OCHA and UN
sector) in India and/or problem-solving with our partner
the MedGlobal programs at the various countrywide, regional,
local, and camp level meetings at the India government offices,
the UN offices, and other refugee agencies.
contact with partner NGO(s) and INGOs, NGOs for issues including
operations, staffing, supplies, volunteer transportation and
accommodation, and troubleshooting any potential solutions.
weekly, monthly, and annual program reports and project-specific
monitoring and evaluation reports.
in-country financial reports and maintaining all required
documentation per organization policy, in coordination with the
HQ Finance and HR Depts.
in developing, conducting, analyzing, and reporting on research
efforts in India.
additional duties at the request of the CR.
with principles and guidelines of program planning and
with personnel management including supervision, training,
monitoring, and evaluation
with data and records management
with public and community relations
with staff training and development
project proposals and budgeting methods
with report writing and generation
with computer systems and related software applications
attention to detail and strong organizational and project
and ability to work under pressure.
extensive network of contacts in India government offices, UN
agencies, INGOs, NGOs, and local administration offices,
including law enforcement agencies.
minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline
in Public Health fields will get preference.
least 7 years of relevant experience with an international
non-profit organization NGOs
least 5 years of working experience in emergency response
projects/programs will be an added advantage.
submit a resume/CV and cover letter as PDFs to
with the subject line “Last Name, First Name - India Program
Manager”. Applications that do not follow these instructions
will not be considered. No phone calls or emails to team members,
please. If you would like an update on your application, please
wait at least 4 weeks after the date of your application to follow