DESCRIPTION – LWS Project
Officer Project, LWS (Andhra Pradesh)
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh
is a child development organization representing the voice of
deprived, excluded and vulnerable children in India regardless of
their race, creed and gender, since 1951. We annually reach out to
over 3 million children, youth, and their families, from 3200
communities in 85 districts across 15 states in India, through our
long and short-term programs and partnerships.
International is committed to a workplace culture that promotes
diversity, equity, and inclusion in all its forms. Furthermore,
ChildFund International is committed to ensuring a workplace that
safeguards and protects all children, including preventing their
sexual exploitation and abuse, as well as preventing the sexual
exploitation and abuse of its staff, partners, and program
Officer, Project will be responsible for rolling-out Link Workers’
Scheme (LWS) program in 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh State. The
scope of the position is to ensure over all management and smooth
functioning of the project, prove technical inputs, ensure timely
outputs, establish state level linkages, documentation, and
capacity building of the state team.
implement and monitor LWS projects in 13 districts of Andhra
and assess the development of target villages with the District
that the district teams conduct program implementation as per the
approved plan and in close coordination with SACS/DAPCU/District
for selection of field staffs, DRPs and Link Workers as agreed
upon in the agreement/ guidelines and train them on the required
with Admin and Accounts staffs to ensure fund management at
with ME and KML staffs to ensure timely receipt of reports from
districts and also ensure proper analysis and proper use of
and ensure that the district level staff members develop referral
network for ICTC, Care & Support, TB management, STI
complications, medical care, social and legal support, IDU
services in the district and state.
with Andhra Pradesh State Aids Control Society (APSACS)
and ensure smooth operation of the project including program,
finance and monitoring and evaluation on regular basis as per the
reports, case studies and analysis of project activities to
ChildFund India and SACS in time.
timely submission of financial and programme performance reports
coordination with other allied departments including various
divisions of SACS for effective implementation of the scheme
through networking and regular meetings with SACS Officers.
Linkages with different departments in the government at the
state level, civil society partners including positive networks.
regular feedback on program implementation, share results with
state team, and compile program updates and share highlights and
challenges at the state level.
ChildFund India in appropriate forums to promote ChildFund’s
program approaches and area of excellence.
work with other stakeholders to ensure convergence of resources
and integration of programs.
other responsibilities as assigned by the Line Manager.
graduate degree or equivalent in Social Work or Social
least 5 years’ experience in program implementation, management
communication skills (both verbal and written) in English , Hindi
and local language of Telugu is must
of working with marginalized groups, including PLHA and HRG.
experience of working on social mobilization and community-based
projects and experience of working with varied partners.
of participatory community development approaches.
to travel to remote locations.
in using computer, particularly in using Microsoft Office suite
team player, self-starter and results-oriented individual.
sensitive with strong conviction and skills for the empowerment
of excluded and disadvantaged children.
This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill,
effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.
for the position: Rs. 495162 Approx.
on the below hyper link to apply for the position.
Deadline: 20th July 2021
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Candidates
applied earlier restrain from applying