IGA Implementation Officer (Microfinance Programme)
- RDRS Bangladesh is inviting applications to fill the position of IGA Implementation Officer under Microfinance Program for Kurigram district (Field level in the RDRS working area).
Job Description / Responsibility
- Major responsibilities of IGA Implementation under MF Program will be as follows:
- To supervise goat breeding farms;
- To conduct/arrange training for the program participants;
- To prepare reports as per management and donors requirement;
- To undertake time to time visit to field and share feedback to management and respective staff;
- To provide technical support to the program participants;
- To supervise and monitor activities of the technical staffs of the program and also provide support & guide to them as required;
- To provide analytical reports to respective supervisor (monthly/quarterly/when required);
- To prepare and maintain related documents properly & safely;
- To maintain good relation with respective government officials and other colleagues;
- To maintain liaison with internal and external department for program related activities;
- To provide cooperation to internal and external visitors;
- Carry out any other tasks as may be considered necessary by RDRS management.
- DVM/ B.Sc. in Animal Husbandry from any approved public university.
- Age At most 35 year(s)
- Computer knowledge on Microsoft Office Software Package;
- Good Communication skills both in writing and speaking;
- The incumbent must have valid motorcycle driving license.
- Tk. 28000 – 30000
- Salary negotiable for deserving/ experience candidate
- As per organizational policy (Mobile bill, Festival Bonus, etc.)
- Online Job Posting
Application Deadline : Dec 20, 2016
Address : RDRS Bangladesh, Jail Road, Radhaballav, Rangpur-5400
Web : www.rdrsbangla.net
Business : RDRS Bangladesh is a national development NGO works for rural development by empowering the rural poor in northwest Bangladesh. RDRS was formally established as the Bangladesh field programme of the Geneva-based Lutheran World Federation/Department for World Service (LWF/DWS) on 8 February 1972. Its development aim is to achieve sustainable increases in their living standards. With this aim, RDRS enables those who participate in its programme to gain the necessary skills, understanding, confidence, institutions and services; and ensure that the rural communities have the necessary economic, social and environmental resources. RDRS employees approximate 3,000 staff and works with a further approximately 3,000 volunteers and daily paid workers. The vast majority of staff are in field positions, with specialist sectoral and support units in Rangpur and Dhaka.