Senior Manager (Water/Sanitation & Hygiene)

Tata Trusts

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 🇮🇳

Job Details

Senior Manager Wash

  • To develop conceptual framework for Social Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) by coordinating with various stakeholders and undertaking (field) research to identify key insights from community action/ inaction
  • To develop community mobilization tools and methodologies for effective engagement of the target audiences and undertake evaluation on regular basis to suggest mid-term course corrections
  • To define SBCC tools as an integrated part of community mobilization/ training process and design Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the same.
  • To develop Information, Education & Communication (IEC) materials in line with the SBCC messaging and context (region) specific requirements
  • To develop detailed implementation plans for community mobilisation and SBCC interventions, and ensure implementation of quality deliverables against set objectives, targets and timelines
  • To develop standardized training modules and undertake capacity building & training of key resources within implementation team for effective deployment of community mobilization and SBCC plans
  • To oversee quality of implementation of SBCC across WaSH interventions and geographies by undertaking field visits. To provide technical support to define SBCC approaches and activities to be adopted in mainstream programmes related to WaSH behaviours
  • To develop partnership with research institutions, domain experts, etc. to enhance quality of community engagement processes
  • To engage with government at state / district level for scaling up of implementation plan through various models of community mobilization
  • To provide programmatic and technical support to project teams and partner organisations for strengthening thematic engagements
  • To prepare monthly, quarterly and annual progress reports and share it with all relevant stakeholders
  • To appraise proposals/requests, prepare annual and financial reports to identify grant making/management opportunities

Knowledge & Skills:

  • In depth domain knowledge of the sector
  • Sensitivity to gender concerns and social inclusion aspects
  • Deciding and initiating action
  • Relating and networking
  • Presenting and communicating information
  • Creating and innovating
    Experience: Minimum 7 years of professional experience, preferably in areas of capacity building, community mobilisation, behavioural change aspects
    Qualifications: Masters in Communication, Social or Behavioural Sciences, Public Health or related fields

Other Details
Department: Operations Management / Process Analysis
Industry IT: NGO / Social Work
Education: Graduation

Key Skills

  • behavioural change
  • project teams
  • finance
  • sales
  • capacity building
  • mis
  • social inclusion
  • technical support
  • accountancy

Company Details

About Tata Trusts Jamsetji Tata What advances a nation or a community is not so much to prop up its weakest and most helpless members, but to lift up the best and the most gifted, so as to make them of the greatest service to the country.” – Jamsetji Tata Overview In a country that is home to the world’s second-largest population, when one of its largest enterprises providentially happens to be a philanthropic organisation, it raises hopes for a promising and sustainable future. For people across the country, the Tata Trusts symbolise humanitarianism and personify the prodigious force that advances new frontiers of social and economic development. A dream that lives on The journey of a million smiles began in 1892 with Jamsetji Tata, the pioneer, visionary and founder of the Tata Group, setting up the JN Tata Endowment for higher education of Indians. Regarded as the ‘Father of Indian Industry’ and one of the most important builders of the modern Indian economy, Jamsetji introduced the apprentice system at work, crèches and primary classes for children of women mill workers, and free medical help to all employees. Other benefits for the well-being of his staff that were weaved into the policies of several of his propitious ventures included gratuitous pension fund, provident fund, maternity benefit allowance and a compensation fund for accidents for all employees – all of which were ahead of their times. It was during his time that he pioneered the organised flat system of housing and also built the opulent Taj Mahal Hotel.