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Role of Assistant Manager 


The Assistant Program Managers will be responsible for effective implementation & monitoring of the program interventions. They will be ensuring that the program successfully achieves the goal of holistic and sustainable development, on the ground. Following are the Key Responsibility Areas: 


Program Implementation:   

- Impactful implementation of the program in the adopted villages through the partner NGOs

- Ensuring Strategic & Budgetary guidelines are meticulously followed by the partner NGOs

- Ensuring Periodic Milestones are successfully achieved within timelines & as per guidelines

- Bringing innovative ideas for enhancing the impact and benefits of the interventions to community

- Ensuring that the program successfully achieves the vision of sustainable rural development                                                    


Monitoring & Evaluation 

- Effective Monitoring of Program implementation by regular field visits to adopted villages 

- Evaluate data/reports submitted by the implementing partners and track program progress

- Coordinating in Impact Assessments and taking corrective steps for the success of the program

- Regular updating and validation of program data in the monitoring dashboards/website. 


Promotion & Branding:

-Ensuring program visibility by providing regular updates to the social media team

-Sharing success stories and creating a brand presence in national platforms/forums/events

-Liaison with Senior Government Officials and other institutes, for meaningful collaborations

-Assist in the publication of periodic E-newsletters/mid-term reports/annual reports etc.


Assistant Managers will also assist in any other related work assigned by Foundation from time to time.


Educational Qualification/Experience desired

. Post-Graduate Degree with a minimum of one year experience in the development sector or a Bachelor’s    Degree with two-year experience in rural development.

. Preference will be given to candidates who also have experience of grassroots level work in rural development through internships/fellowships.


Essential Skills & Qualities expected

. Passionate and committed to rural development. Should be ready to engage with the communities,         connect quickly, understand their concerns and be able to find innovative and realistic local solutions

. Self-motivated, energetic with leadership capabilities for driving the change in villages

. Should be a Team player and ready to assess the priorities and able to work in a fast-paced environment

. Good interpersonal skills - Communication/Writing skills, ability to network/liaison with stakeholders

. Computer skills to ensure dashboard updates, drafting articles & designing posters for publicity


About SBI Gram Seva

“SBI Gram Seva” is a flagship program of SBI Foundation, which aims for holistic and sustainable rural development. Launched in August 2017, SBI Gram Seva has been quietly transforming adopted villages through integrated development approach, strategically including all major areas of rural development – Education, Healthcare, Sanitation, Women Empowerment, Infrastructure, Digitization, Skill development & Livelihood, Govt. Convergence and Environment.


In the first phase, SBI Gram Seva has been implemented in 50 villages in partnership with Grassroots NGO partners from Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Over the last two years, SBI Foundation has been able to make a commendable impact in the adopted villages, besides bringing community participation into the fore.

Going into the final year of implementation for the first phase of SBI Gram Seva, SBI Foundation is strengthening Program Team to intensify efforts, to have a further impact on the community. This year we will be also expanding the program and reaching out to new geographies. In this context, SBI Foundation is hiring Assistant Managers for SBI Gram Seva program.



Vacancies:   02

Location:   Mumbai, Maharashtra

Salary:   Negotiable, depending upon the candidate’s current CTC

Last Date to Apply: 15th Jan 2020

Extended Date to Apply: 20th Jan 2020


Job Summary 

The individual in this position will be responsible for interpreting and providing other support to conduct the Inclusive Training Programme for employees with speech and hearing impairment. The Interpreter’s primary function will be to facilitate communication among employees with speech and hearing impairment and the trainer.

The incumbent will report to AGM & Training Head – CoE and will work alongside Special Trainer and Trainer to deliver desired outputs and provide support in conducting the Inclusive Training Programme (as needed). 


Key Responsibility Areas

• Provide in-class interpretation using sign language communication for employees with speech and hearing impairment during the training sessions which may require presentation and exchange of complex and technical information.

• Interpret for employees with speech and hearing impairment during discussions and interpret the candidates’ questions directed to the trainer. • Record the feedback of employees with speech and hearing impairment after completion of each training programme.

• Submit reports after completion of each training programme.

• Establish and maintain a good working relationship with employees with speech and hearing impairment, staff and/or external agencies as required. • Prepare for the training programme by reading and becoming familiar with technical vocabulary and content.

• Stay abreast of new developments and techniques in the interpretation field by attending workshops, seminars, conferences, training sessions and through interaction with professional colleagues.

• Perform necessary administrative duties such as maintenance of files and preparation of reports, minutes of the meetings, etc.

• Perform other related/ any other duties as assigned. 


Essential Skills and Qualities

• Excellent interpersonal skills, written and oral communication techniques, organisational skills and ability to work without close supervision.

• Demonstrated ability to deal effectively with employees with disabilities, staff and external agencies.

• Willingness to travel for work. • Knowledge of banking systems. 


Academic & Professional Qualifications

• Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University or any equivalent qualification recognised as such by Central Government. Candidates having integrated dual degree (IDD) certificate should ensure that the date of passing the IDD is on or before 01.01.2020.

• Diploma in Indian Sign Language Interpretation (DISLI), with minimum “B” Grade recognised by Rehabilitation Council of India. • Past experience in the field of SL interpretation for a minimum period of two years. 


Additional Skills/Experience (Preferred):

• Proficiency in English, Hindi and or any other Indian languages • Proficiency in Oralism/ASL. • Interpretation skills for persons with multiple disabilities (eg. Deaf-Blind, etc.,) • Degree/ Diploma with commerce and /or Computers


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Job Summary 


The individual in this position will be responsible for conducting the Inclusive Training Programme for employees with speech and hearing impairment and providing support to the training for other disabilities conducted by CoE team. The primary function of the trainer will be to facilitate training to employees with speech and hearing impairment and to coordinate with Sign language interpreter and the trainers from the partner institutions in conducting such training.

The incumbent will report to AGM & Training Head – CoE and will work alongside Special Trainer, Trainer and Sign Language interpreter to deliver desired outputs and provide support in conducting the Inclusive Training Programme (as needed). 


Key Responsibility Areas

• Provide training to employees with speech and hearing impairment in coordination with the sign language interpreter and trainers from the partner institutions. • Providing support to the training for other disabilities conducted by CoE team • Record the feedback of employees with speech and hearing impairment after completion of each training programme. • Submit reports after completion of each training programme. • Establish and maintain a good working relationship with employees with speech and hearing impairment, staff and/or external agencies as required. • Prepare for the training programme by reading and becoming familiar with technical vocabulary and content. • Stay abreast of new developments and techniques in the field by attending workshops, seminars, conferences, training sessions and through interaction with professional colleagues. • Perform necessary administrative duties such as maintenance of files and preparation of reports, minutes of the meetings, etc. • Perform other related/ any other duties as assigned. 


Essential Skills and Qualities

• Excellent interpersonal skills, written and oral communication techniques, organisational skills and ability to work without close supervision. • Maintain etiquette while interacting with the employees with speech and hearing impairment / other disabilities during sessions and any other interactions. • Demonstrated ability to deal effectively with employees with disabilities, staff and external agencies. • Willingness to travel for work. • Knowledge of MS office packages and banking systems 


Academic Qualifications

• Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University or any equivalent qualification recognised as such by Central Government. 

Candidates having integrated dual degree (IDD) certificate should ensure that the date of passing the IDD is on or before 01.01.2020. • Proficiency in English, Hindi and/ or any other Indian languages 


Additional Skills/Experience (Preferred): • Proficiency in Oralism/ISL/ASL • Having working knowledge with screen reading software. • Bachelor’s degree/ Diploma in commerce and /or Computers • Any past experience in working with PwDs/ Projects for PwDs for a minimum of one year.

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