Job Description: Regional Manager – North Western Region
SEEDS is a not?for?profit
organization that helps make communities resilient through
comprehensive interventions in the areas of disaster readiness,
response, and rehabilitation. Since 1994, the organization has worked
extensively on every major disaster in the Indian subcontinent,
integrating locally based approaches to build the long?term resilience of the communities it serves. SEEDS is re?anchoring its approach to building resilience through innovation.
Regional Manager – North Western region, shall lead the North Western
region. The region includes Delhi NCR, Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana and
Uttar Pradesh. He/she will be accountable for entire operations and
programmatic delivery, irrespective of number of projects within the
region. He/she will directly report to the Director – Planning and
Mobilization. The position will be under the Program vertical in SEEDS.
The position is independent and home?based with periodic travel.
Representative of the organisation in the region
Partnership development and management
Develop strong government relations and liaison with Government and other stakeholders
Organise preparedness and response in local emergencies
Oversee project implementation in the region.
Mobilise and engage with local volunteers, community associations, educational institutions
Facilitate and assure effective Administration, Accounting and Logistics
Needs from the region for potential projects
Development and Management of partnerships.
and ensuring effective project management with key focus to timely
completion, quality assurance and effective budget management
Regular communication and coordination with the head office at Delhi.
Troubleshoot issues raised by Managers and staff
Facilitate visit of donors to project sites.
Human Resource Management
Ensure expected delivery of outputs from reporting personnel and guide them to ensure high quality outputs.
Escalate critical projects issues to Senior Director – Impact and Inclusion in timely manner.
Represent the organisation to external stakeholders related to programmes as and when required.
Motivate regional staff, ensure friendly environment ensuring they are delivering expected results.
Compliance and accountability
Remain consistently accountable to the overall delivery, monitoring as well as adhere to donor compliances.
Develop Regional Strategy
Part of Project origination team through need analysis of region.
Facilitate training and capacity building of regional/project team.
Facilitates feedbacks from various stakeholders and share with the Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Candidate must have:
Master’s degree in disaster management, social work, business
administration or any equivalent degree in social science/humanities or
related fields (or additional experience in lieu of degree)
Ability to work independently.
Minimum 10 years of professional experience in Program management, finance, and Human resource management
Ability to strongly infuse, track and analyse impact
Ability to coordinate strongly with diverse team of internal and external experts and resources
to coordinate inputs and activities across diverse teams spread across
locations, and to coordinate with other teams and liaise with external
Candidate must decisive, action?oriented, and able to manage deliverables effectively in an ambiguous environment
addition, the person must possess strategical thinking and tactical
actions at the same time, have a proven record of delivering projects
with measurable results, and possess strong written and oral
Proven ability to manage people, resources, and finances.
ability to support, supervise, motivate, and manage a large team
including skills and experience in effective delegation, coaching and
development of staff.
interpersonal skills: the ability to communicate clearly and
effectively at all levels, considering cultural and language
Ability to respond efficiently to complex emergency situations in the field.
Relevant experience in delivering on time, quality and on target
Ability to make considerable and effective decisions and take clear action to address issues
Attention to detail to spot challenges and opportunities
Ability to collaborate with teams in a multi?cultural, multi?disciplinary environment
Ability to work in partnerships
analytical and persuasion/negotiation skills, with the ability to
influence, negotiate, motivate, advocate, and resolve conflict
Ability to succeed in often interrupt?driven, ambiguous, and highly flexible environments
Ability to work and deliver independently as well as part of a team
Ability to understand the implications and assess the appropriate degree of acceptable risk and take actions to minimize risk
Delhi NCR, New Delhi, India.
Willing to travel 30% of the time.
2 Years, Extendable
Salary Band: From INR 50,000- 70,000 Per Month
How to Apply
Candidates with a passion to work in the humanitarian sector and with the above qualifications and experience may apply to email@example.com with the subject “Regional Manager? North Western Region” in SEEDS ?Delhi Office’ latest by 20th
October 2021. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity
at our organisation. Please mention your current and expected salary,
and joining time required.