Community Mobilisers (Disaster Risk Reduction)
south delhi | Delhi
Over the past twenty eight years, CSI has collaborated with various government agencies and a number of foundations and international agencies to enhance communityâs knowledge, skills, capacities & access to services for improving their quality of life .
We are going to implement a Disaster Risk Reduction project titled âIntegrated School Safety and Resilience building in Schools and Community Settlements in South Delhi â with the support of Save The Children India (Bal Raksha Bharat). School Safety Initiative for Schools in South Delhi is a pioneering initiative leading from Phase I to a Phase 2, building on the positive outcomes across 40 schools and development of school safety check for national capital region of Delhi. In phase 2, this intervention is delivering on âhome-school-homeâ approach by making it an inclusive program by integrating 4 neighborhood slums as well as 20 additional schools. There is a âtwinningâ approach which would facilitate hazard, risk and vulnerability mapping across new 20 schools. Strategy would also include training a group of master trainers who will cascade the training across schools. Communities will undergo Participatory Vulnerability Capacity Mapping and Analysis so that risk reduction and resilience action will go forward in a diligent manner across schools and slum communities. Capacity Building as well as formation and strengthening of school and community based mechanisms (School Safety Committee, Children Group, Task Force, Mothers Group, Child Protection Committee) will be achieved through equipping the schools with necessary support. The project is for 2 years (Aprilâ2019-Decâ20).
Through this project, Child Survival India will have direct intervention in 60 SDMC schools and 4 neighborhood slum communities and is expected to reach out to 37500 children & 48570 adults.
The key advocacy objective of this intervention will be to promote Comprehensive School Safety and inclusion of its components into the education system. The approach will be to collaborate with the key stakeholders i.e. SDMC, DDMA, SCERT and DIET to work together in developing the CSS framework and implement its components within the education system.
CSI requires candidates for following positions for this project :
1. Community Mobilisers (7)
Reporting to: Project Coordinator (CSI)
Location âSouth Delhi
Professional Qualifications & Experiences:
Graduate- in Social work or in any other discipline from a recognized university or college is essential or Intermediate (if have an experience of 5 years or more). Weightage will be given to candidates with experience related to DRR and Emergency response.
Candidate having at least 2 -3 yearsâ experience of working with NGO/ School/ Community/AWCs at the grass root level can apply for the post
â¢ Must be well versed with processes for Community Mobilization
â¢ Should have motivation to work with Schools and Communities
â¢ Should have excellent command over Hindi and English (Writing, Reading and Speaking)
â¢ Willing to work in slums and remote areas
â¢ Positive attitude and high energy
â¢ Maturity and emotional balance
â¢ Ability to learn and receive feedback
â¢ Serving as the main focal person for implementation of all the activities at community and school level
â¢ Conduct and review participatory vulnerability capacity assessment (PVCA) and School Hazard Hunt (SHH)
in the given intervention schools & communities and provide support in the preparation of reports and
other documents related to it.
â¢ Maintaining regular communication with community, particularly women and children on community
Disaster Risk Reduction and household level resilience
â¢ Formation and strengthening of community based groups such as mothers groups, children group, task
force, child protection committee
â¢ Formation and strengthening of school based groups such as School Safety Committee, task force
â¢ Organize regular meetings with community and school based institutions
â¢ Organize mock drills at school and community level
â¢ Facilitate Community based Disaster Risk Reduction Planning at the slum level with the support of
community based groups
â¢ Facilitate School based Disaster Risk Reduction planning with the support of children, teachers and SMC
â¢ Facilitate household level family resilience planning in community
â¢ Maintain weekly and monthly activity plan
â¢ Support the Project Coordinator to generate qualitative and quantitative data to document milestones of
project progress, prepare case studies on monthly basis
â¢ Establish and maintain liaison/ coordination with Urban Local Bodies
â¢ Keep the Project Coordinator updated on the progress of the project and any issues that may arise during
the course of the implementation
â¢ On regular basis, collect data of program activities, maintain all MIS related information & data and routine
activity in reporting templates
â¢ Timely collection and submission of all MIS related information and data to PC
â¢ He/She would document periodic progress, case studies of best practices etc. of her assigned area and
share with the Project Coordinator
â¢ Any other task assigned by PC/CEO (CSI) or nodal person at Save the Children
Cost to the organization : Upto Rs. 18000 per month (based on qualification & experience) .
Child Survival India is an Equal opportunity employer and Women candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
Candidates must mention the position they are applying for in the subject line of their email.
Last Date of applications: 19th Marchâ2019
Email ID for receiving Applications: email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested candidates may also post/submit their resumes by hand at below mentioned Address, latest By 19th Marchâ2019:
The Chief Executive
CHILD SURVIVAL INDIA
B 121 , Basement , Kalkaji ,New Delhi -110019
Only Shortlisted candidates shall be notified for the Interview process.
No phone calls / email communications regarding the vacancy shall be entertained by CSI office at any stage.
The selected candidates will be required to join immediately, thus only those candidates should apply who can join immediately, if selected.