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Eco Social Development Organization (ESDO) Job Circular April 2022

Eco Social Development Organization (ESDO) Job Circular April 2022

Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO)

Disaster Risk Financing (DRF) Manager

Start Network Bangladesh

Vacancy 01

Start Network is made up of more than 50 aid agencies across five continents, ranging from large international organisations to national NGOs. Together, our aim is to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and localisation. We’re tackling what we believe are the biggest systemic problems that the sector faces. Problems including slow and reactive funding, centralised decision-making, and an aversion to change mean that people affected by crises around the world do not receive the best help fast enough, and needless suffering results.Our work focuses on three areas to change the system:Localisation: shifting power to those closest to the front line for more effective response.New forms of financing: providing fast, early, and predictable funding to improve community resilience and preparedness. Collective innovation: sharing expertise, insights and perspectives to shape a more effective humanitarian system.

Start Network programmes in Bangladesh are comprised ofStart Fund Bangladesh (SFB), Disaster Risk Financing (DRF) and Organisational System Strengthening Initiatives (OSSI). These programmes are currently supported by several donors and development partners. This pooled fund mechanism has the set-up to provide funding to targeted, pre-selected national and international humanitarian agencies through a national civil society owned mechanism that is governed by transparent, neutral, collective decision making and responsive to humanitarian crisis in any parts of the country. Two of those programme streams i.e., DRF and OSSI are currently hosted by Eco-Social Development Organisation (ESDO), is a member of Start Network Bangladesh.

Eco-Social Development Organisation (ESDO) started its journey in 1988 with a noble vision to stand in solidarity with the poor and marginalized. Being a people` centered organization, ESDO envisioned for a society which will be free from inequality and injustice, a society where no child will cry from hunger and no life will be ruined by poverty. Near about three decades of relentless efforts to make this happen, ESDO has embraced new grounds and opened up new horizons to help the disadvantaged and vulnerable people to bring meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. During this long span, ESDO has adapted with the changing situation and provided the most time-bound services especially for the poor and disadvantaged. A community focused and people centered approach has been adapted by ESDO while consideration was given to the national policy and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as its guiding principle. ESDO is one of the most dynamic organizations expanding its development interventions across 283 upazilas under 49 districts of Bangladesh covering over 10 million poor and vulnerable people.

Disaster Risk Financing (DRF) system is a unique approach towards disaster management that allows civil society actors in country to pro-actively manage disaster risks (such as cyclones and floods). This is done through the scientific modelling of hazards, collaborative development of contingency plans and the establishment of pre-positioned financing to enable earlier, more predictable and better coordinated assistance to communities affected by predictable disasters. Currently a DRF system for Floods is in development for Northern Flood prone Bangladesh, which was selected through robust analysis of historical and climate data alongside consultation and validation with the SFB members and humanitarian community in Bangladesh.Moving forward, there are plans to initiate the DRF Building Blocks in Cyclone prone areas of Bangladesh as well.The position holders will be based at Start fund Bangladesh national host and managing MACP project with the support of Start Network CARF team and Program Coordinator of Start Fund Bangladesh hosted by Save the Children Bangladesh.

The DRF manager will be responsible for managing and coordinating the overall delivery of Disaster Risk Financing project at Bangladesh country level. This will include facilitating the development of the agreed risk models with Start Fund Bangladesh in-country, coordinating the development of early action and contingency plans with different stakeholders, and START Network, so that they are able to collaborate on pre-agreed operating procedures and deliver pro-active humanitarian actions in country once access to Start Ready financing becomes operational and available.This role will focus on delivering the key objectives of DRF system and its building blocks at Bangladesh country level in flood and cyclone prone area. External coordination with humanitarian coordination bodies, (such as FbFWG, NAWG, CwG, HCTT) as well as forecasting and hazard modelling experts, academia will be a key part of the position.As this project involves a wide range of consultants, working, coordinatingand managing them will be part of the responsibility of DRF Manager. The DRF Manager will also work closely with Program Coordinator Start Fund Bangladesh, Crisis Anticipation and Risk Financing team of Start Network (UK) and FOREWARN Bangladesh. The DRF manager also key to support Start Fund Bangladesh committee for updating the disaster risk financing initiatives in Bangladesh. Also, this will including contingency plan activation with the support of Forewarn team and governance committee.Support Start Fund Bangladesh members on monitoring the hazard situation and when ready to active the contingency plan.

Working hours-40 Hrs per week & contract duration 02 years (Full time). ESDO is inviting applications from interested qualified candidates for the position.

Job Responsibilities

Programme management

The DRF Manager will be responsible for operational management of work plans, budgets and coordination structures to ensure that activities are happening as required for DRF building block development of flood and cyclone prone areas of Bangladesh
This role will also focus on facilitating the Start Ready DRF cycle and support members for implementing Disaster Risk Financing projects with successfully disbursement the funding to the members
To support Start Bangladesh Program Coordinator for facilitating the activation of contingency plan and organising the Disaster Risk Financing Governance meeting
Take advice from Forewarn Coordinator and DRF Technical Lead as and when required for smooth coordination among different teams and their priorities
Coordination and partnership brokering

S/he will coordinate with a number of different stakeholders including local, national and international NGOs, Government counterparts, consultants and disaster modelling experts to ensure that the right stakeholders are able to support different parts of the project.
S/he will convene and support the consultants and partnerships involved in the DRF project abreast of the top-line project developments.
Technical coordination
The DRF Manager will work to ensure that START Fund Bangladesh members, partners, and wider stakeholders are equipped with the training and support to participate effectively and bring their expertise into the technical development processes.
S/he will liaise with technical experts and Forewarn, nationally and globally, to ensure that the hazard models are scientifically robust, functional for humanitarians, and that the purpose and functionality of the models are accessible/understandable to non-scientists (especially humanitarians).
Employment Status Full-time

Workplace Work at office

Educational Requirements Graduation in disaster management, environmental science, social science or relevant field.

Experience Requirements At least 5 year(s) of experience in national humanitarian context.

Essential skills: We are seeking candidates who bring an interesting combination of skills and experience in the following:

Deliver results with awareness of impact on others internally and externally by considering the perspectives of relevant technical and non-technical stakeholders
Has knowledge about different forecasting system such as Glofas, GDACS, etc.
Sound knowledge on GIS, SPSS, NVivo and other technical tools/software
Excellent Coordination and communication skills,
GIS, Excel, etc. software
Analytical thinking
Listening and creating dialogue;Building relationships across different range of stakeholders
Fluent written and oral communications skills in English and Bangla.
Project management
Job Location Dhaka

Salary Monthly consolidated salary BDT 178,000/-

Compensation & Other Benefits

Access to cultural talks, events, online training
Flexible working with options to work from home and remotely some of the time
Training and development opportunities for individuals and cross-organisationally
National Government holidaysand maternity/paternity leave as per org policy
Provident, gratuity and Life insurance as per organisation’s policy
Apply Procedure

Interested candidates are requested to submit their resume with cover letter along with recent Passport size Photo, photocopy of all academic and experience certificates, NID card /Citizenship certificate including two references. Applications should reach within 30/04/2022 by post or Currier or hand to hand delivery to: APC(HR), ESDO, Collegepara (Gobindanagar), Thakurgaon-5100, Bangladesh.

*Photograph must be enclosed with the resume

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and called for interview.
Women are especially encouraged to apply.
Equal opportunity, promoting women & children rights is mandate of ESDO.

Application Deadline: 30 April 2022

Published On 21 April 2022

Company Information

Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO)
Address: House # 748, Road No: 08, Baitul Aman Housing Society, Adabar, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh
Web : www.esdo.net.bd

 

 

Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO)

Manager – Organizational strengthening

Start Network Bangladesh

Vacancy 01

Start Network is made up of more than 50 aid agencies across five continents, ranging from large international organisations to national NGOs. Together, our aim is to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and localisation. We’re tackling what we believe are the biggest systemic problems that the sector faces. Problems including slow and reactive funding, centralised decision-making, and an aversion to change mean that people affected by crises around the world do not receive the best help fast enough, and needless suffering results.Our work focuses on three areas to change the system:Localisation: shifting power to those closest to the front line for more effective response.New forms of financing: providing fast, early, and predictable funding to improve community resilience and preparedness. Collective innovation: sharing expertise, insights and perspectives to shape a more effective humanitarian system.

Start Network programmes in Bangladesh are comprised ofStart Fund Bangladesh (SFB), Disaster Risk Financing (DRF) and Organisational System Strengthening Initiatives (OSSI). These programmes are currently supported by several donors and development partners. This pooled fund mechanism has the set-up to provide funding to targeted, pre-selected national and international humanitarian agencies through a national civil society owned mechanism that is governed by transparent, neutral, collective decision making and responsive to humanitarian crisis in any parts of the country. Two of those programme streams i.e., DRF and OSSI are currently hosted by Eco-Social Development Organisation (ESDO), is a member of Start Network Bangladesh.

Eco-Social Development Organisation (ESDO) started its journey in 1988 with a noble vision to stand in solidarity with the poor and marginalized. Being a people` centered organization, ESDO envisioned for a society which will be free from inequality and injustice, a society where no child will cry from hunger and no life will be ruined by poverty. Near about three decades of relentless efforts to make this happen, ESDO has embraced new grounds and opened up new horizons to help the disadvantaged and vulnerable people to bring meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. During this long span, ESDO has adapted with the changing situation and provided the most time-bound services especially for the poor and disadvantaged. A community focused and people centered approach has been adapted by ESDO while consideration was given to the national policy and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as its guiding principle. ESDO is one of the most dynamic organizations expanding its development interventions across 283 upazilas under 49 districts of Bangladesh covering over 10 million poor and vulnerable people.

Embassy of Switzerland in Bangladesh is working to promote broader access for the population to resources, services and political decision-makers. Economic development in rural areas linked with more efficient local government is helping to reduce poverty. Swiss development cooperation aims to improve living conditions for poor and disadvantaged sections of the population. Aspects of good governance and human rights have an important role in this work. Giving disadvantaged population groups more say is expected to bring more social justice.Bangladesh is currently sheltering more than 900,000 people who have fled the violence in neighbouring Myanmar and taken refuge in the border region of Cox’s Bazar. In view of the scale of need, Switzerland has provided CHF 30 million in assistance since the violence escalated in 2017. This humanitarian action has enabled the refugees to gain access to drinking water, food, sanitation and health care. In addition to emergency aid, the SDC is supporting medium-term development activities in the area in order to assist local host communities.

The proposed project will strengthen the capacity of local and national humanitarian agencies operating in Cox’s Bazar, in turn expanding their space to learn and act more independently, negotiating their scope of accessing more direct humanitarian funding from donors, and delivering more effective humanitarian responses.The projectis divided into three main stages of the capacity strengthening journey – the due diligence and onboarding of local and national agencies, the strengthening of organisational systems, and the enabling of direct access to funds for local and national NGOs.

The OS managerwill be working closely with partnership coordinator as well as team of Start Bangladesh and 10 partners/ members of the Start Bangladesh to deliver project activities This particular role requires competencies to : 1) Selected organisations have systematically articulated and recognised their capacity strengthening needs; 2) Selected organisations have improved systems and demonstrated progression in their organisational development indicators; 3) Selected organisations are better prepared and more confident to access funding

To be successful in this role, she/he will perform coordination and communication and play supportive role to complete assign task timely. This role will also have a function with implementing projects with the Partnership Coordinator overseeing DDA process, and also supporting to hire consultant, vendor and provide logistic support to arrange different types of event time to time. This position is responsible for communication and coordination with partner, issues of contract management, and works closely with partner provide them mentoring coaching support and as part of this project he will be responsible to arrange different kind of training, workshop eventand Relationship management with different entity Start Bangladesh, host, partner and government.

Working hours-40 hours per week & contract duration 12 Months (Full time).  ESDO is inviting applications from interested qualified candidates for the position.

Job Responsibilities

Project management and Relationship management

  • Prepare a project implementation plan in coordinating with Start Bangladesh team and ensure that planned interventions are delivered on time within the stipulated scope of project
  • Establish and maintain regular communication with targeted local NGOs in Cox’s Bazar
  • Assist the Partnership Coordinator in the daily project management both organizational and substantive matters, including budgeting, planning, supervising, monitoring and coordinating the project to ensure its results are in accordance with the Project Document, Annual Work Plan and the rules and procedures established in the SFB Project Implementation Procedures
  • Assist the Partnership Coordinator in preparing terms of reference for consultants and subcontractors in line with relevant host procedures.
  • Analyse the expenditure (budget Vs actual) of project interventions, report and ensure expenditure rate is positive.
  • As per project plan Assist the Partnership Coordinator in preparing terms of reference for consultants and vendor in line with relevant host procedures.
  • Assist partnership coordinator and coordinate with vetting provide to complete DDA for partner and regularly communication with different stakeholder
  • Assure the project’s compliance with the terms of agreement

Strengthening systems of L/NNGO partner agencies

  • Organize workshop to facilitate the co-creation of organisational system strengthening plan (OSSP) for selected member L/NNGOs and ensure that those plans are effectively resourced, implemented and pursued by the member agencies
  • Arrange and provide logistic support in organizing workshops, trainings, seminars, arrangements and any other events, etc.
  • Assist member agencies to support the implementation of those plan
  • Design, contextualise, translate and print specific modules and handbooks, with support from vendors and host agencies
  • Conduct field visit to support members with OSSP, and assist
  • Provide regular mentoring support to the partner agencies to implement their OSSP and other solutions
  • Develop materials and processes for specific areas/topics identified as needed for capacity development of partners, including training, mentoring and coaching of partners, peer learning and other methodologies.

Monitoring, Documentation and Communication

  • Ensure comprehensive and quality monitoring and data collection at each stage of the project as per Result Framework i.e., initiation, implementation, evaluation, and closing phase.
  • Follow-up consultant, partner and service provider to document the progress
  • Prepare Monthly/quarterly/annual and need-based plans and share with partner organizations and relevant colleagues in the project.
  • Ensure reports meet quality standards in terms of language and are fed with appropriate field information,
  • Prepare many Learning documents and case studies to promote the visibility of the project and project learnings.

Person Profile

  • Have partner culture awareness, values the differences among partners and find ways to integrate those differences for a constructive change
  • Comfortable to work with communities, NGOs, CBOs and local government actors
  • Ability and thrust for interagency collaboration and partnerships and passion to foster a culture of trust and open dialogue among partners
  • Being inclusive – respecting others’ views, embracing diversity, adapting working styles
  • Hold others to account for their work in consideration of strategic goals by looking at decisions in relation to our theory of change, vision, mission and purpose
  • Being open – embracing new ideas, bringing new knowledge and ideas, embracing challenge
  • Actively promote collaboration by spotting and breaking down barriers to siloed working, connecting colleagues, teams and initiatives
  • Balance the need to follow systems and processes with the courage, identifying when systems and processes do not align with the mission, suggesting alternatives
  • Support others to make best use of available resources by actively developing talent through offering internal and external opportunities, using and promoting technological solutions and following best practice in procurement
  • Ability to multi-task management

Employment Status Full-time

Workplace Work at office

Educational Requirements Graduation in disaster management, environmental science, social science or relevant field.

Experience Requirements At least 5 year(s)of experience in national humanitarian context.

Essential Skills:

  • Experience in capacity building and mentoring in a relevant sector
  • Relevant theoretical and applied knowledge on capacity building, organizational development at local and national level
  • Proven experience of the humanitarian localisation agenda.
  • Demonstrable track record of success building partnerships and alliances in humanitarian response.
  • Effective stakeholder and relationship management.
  • Solid communications, influencing and persuasion skills.
  • Good writing and editing skills, including fluent written and spoken skills in Bangla and English.
  • Ability to prioritise tasks, meet deadlines and work independently.
  • Highly positive and proactive with high-level influencing and negotiating skills.
  • Capacity to manage demanding workloads, often in complex environments.
  • Aptitude to prioritise tasks, work independently and to tight deadlines.
  • Strong team and cross departmental working

Job Location Dhaka

Salary Monthly consolidated salary BDT 178,000/-

Compensation & Other Benefits

  • Access to cultural talks, events, online training
  • Flexible working with options to work from home and remotely some of the time
  • Training and development opportunities for individuals and cross-organisationally
  • National Government holidays and maternity/paternity leave as per org policy
  • Provident, gratuity and Life insurance as per organisation’s policy

Apply Procedure

Interested candidates are requested to submit their resume with cover letter along with recent Passport size Photo, photocopy of all academic and experience certificates, NID card /Citizenship certificate including two references. Applications should reach within 30/04/2022 by post or Currier or hand to hand delivery to: APC(HR), ESDO, Collegepara (Gobindanagar), Thakurgaon-5100, Bangladesh.

*Photograph must be enclosed with the resume

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and called for interview.
Women are especially encouraged to apply.
Equal opportunity, promoting women & children rights is mandate of ESDO.

Application Deadline: 30 April 2022

Published On 21 April 2022

Company Information

Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO)
Address: House # 748, Road No: 08, Baitul Aman Housing Society, Adabar, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh
Web : www.esdo.net.bd

Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO)

Lead Facilitator, Sundarban Coalition

Start Network Bangladesh

Vacancy 01

Start Network is made up of more than 50 aid agencies across five continents, ranging from large international organisations to national NGOs. Together, our aim is to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and localisation. We’re tackling what we believe are the biggest systemic problems that the sector faces. Problems including slow and reactive funding, centralised decision-making, and an aversion to change mean that people affected by crises around the world do not receive the best help fast enough, and needless suffering results.Our work focuses on three areas to change the system:Localisation: shifting power to those closest to the front line for more effective response.New forms of financing: providing fast, early, and predictable funding to improve community resilience and preparedness. Collective innovation: sharing expertise, insights and perspectives to shape a more effective humanitarian system.

Start Network programmes in Bangladesh are comprised ofStart Fund Bangladesh (SFB), Disaster Risk Financing (DRF) and Organisational System Strengthening Initiatives (OSSI). These programmes are currently supported by several donors and development partners. This pooled fund mechanism has the set-up to provide funding to targeted, pre-selected national and international humanitarian agencies through a national civil society owned mechanism that is governed by transparent, neutral, collective decision making and responsive to humanitarian crisis in any parts of the country. Two of those programme streams i.e., DRF and OSSI are currently hosted by Eco-Social Development Organisation (ESDO), is a member of Start Network Bangladesh.

Eco-Social Development Organisation (ESDO) started its journey in 1988 with a noble vision to stand in solidarity with the poor and marginalized. Being a people` centered organization, ESDO envisioned for a society which will be free from inequality and injustice, a society where no child will cry from hunger and no life will be ruined by poverty. Near about three decades of relentless efforts to make this happen, ESDO has embraced new grounds and opened up new horizons to help the disadvantaged and vulnerable people to bring meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. During this long span, ESDO has adapted with the changing situation and provided the most time-bound services especially for the poor and disadvantaged. A community focused and people centered approach has been adapted by ESDO while consideration was given to the national policy and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as its guiding principle. ESDO is one of the most dynamic organizations expanding its development interventions across 283 upazilas under 49 districts of Bangladesh covering over 10 million poor and vulnerable people.

The Local Coalition Accelerator is a new platform to support Global South (GS) LNOs to lead in the design and execution of large-scale systems change, and directly access the significant bilateral and multilateral financing that is currently channeled almost exclusively to and through UN or INGO vehicles. The LCA’s mission is to build the infrastructure to shift greater funding and power to local actors, while also changing donor processes and systems to be more conducive to localization.

This project from the LCA supports the development of more resilient, “disaster ready” communities over 3 years in coastal Bangladesh, through a coalition of 16 local NGOS and CSOs. This initiative also facilitates coalition building to demonstrate the strength of a locally rooted coalition as they lead programme design and delivery and receive direct funding from major donors. The position “Lead Facilitator -Sundarban Coalition” will provide intensive coalition building support to all the coalition members, in collaboration with and support from the lead agencies, Start Fund Bangladesh and the Share Trust. The key purpose of this role is to help coalition members to collectively cocreate a coalition building roadmap, support organisational development of the coalition members, so they collectively strengthen the disaster resilience of the communities they work with. This is a Dhaka-based position, with extensive travel to Southwest region in Bangladesh. This position is part of the wider Start programme team in Bangladesh and will be technically supported by the Start Bangladesh Secretariat; and work in close partnership with Coalition leadership and LCA to ensure the key deliverables.

This is a full-time position, with 40 working hours per week &08Monthcontract duration. ESDO is inviting applications from interested qualified candidates for the position.

Job Responsibilities

Design and facilitate the Coalition Building

  • Lead the design and planning of the key meetings that are instrumental to collectively shape the pathways/roadmap for the formation and evolution of the coalition.
  • Review the diagnostic results of due diligence assessments and prepare a SWOT analysis for all the coalition members as preparation for the orientation/retreat.
  • Organise Coalition Orientation and Kick-off Retreat: developing all key content/activities, roles for participants, detailed “run of show” agendas
  • Drafting an “aggregated coalition map” of shared service areas, opportunities for collaboration, group strengths and weaknesses – as an output from the retreat

Establish Coalition Governance and decision-making

  • Lead the planning of an extensive workshop to define the design, principles, protocols, and ways of working for the Coalition Governance
  • Review relevant literature, prepare workshop contents, and design key tools to facilitate the workshop in an inclusive and reflective manner
  • Provide a service function to the Coalition Governance Committee/s to enable equitable participation, and transparent decision-making
  • Conduct relevant induction and training for the Coalition Governance Committee/s

Facilitate the Design of Joint Action Plan (JAP)

  • Design and facilitate workshop to engage Coalition members in the preparation of a joint action plan for the Coalition
  • Prepare detail budget for the implementation of Joint Action Plan
  • Design and facilitate Joint Action Planning Progress Review and Reflection meetings
  • provide troubleshooting and technical assistance throughout JAP implementation as and when required

Coordination and communication

  • Act as a primary contact point of Start Bangladesh for the coalition; and share Coalition updates to the Start Secretariat and seek support from the Secretariat as and when required
  • Apply both online e.g., videoconference and in-person arrangements for all the meetings and workshops, pending C19 and travel capabilities.
  • Prepare inception report / work plan well in advance of each of the four major sessions for review and approval by Start Bangladesh, Uttaran and Share Trust.
  • Lead on the development of membership engagement materials for Coalition members

Personal profile

  • We are seeking a dynamic humanitarian with good knowledge on localisation, DRR and resilience.  This position will be responsible to facilitate all the orientations, training and workshops for laying the foundations of the Coalition, its governance and joint action plan, in consultation and coordination with all the stakeholders including Coalition leadership team, Start Fund Bangladesh Secretariat and Share Trust/LCA.
  • Track record of facilitating trainings and workshops involving multiple stakeholders
  • Proven experience of working in collaboration and partnership to deliver diversify programmes
  • Strong understanding of emerging trends in the humanitarian sector esp. localisation, community based DRR, climate resilience
  • Good understanding and experience of interagency collaboration and partnerships
  • Ability to multi-task without less supervisory support and manage competing demands across time zones

Employment Status Full-time 

Workplace Work at office, with extensive field visit at the south-western region of Bangladesh

Educational Requirements Post-graduate degree in relevant discipline (e.g., humanitarian, international development)

Experience Requirements At least 5 year(s)plus experience on humanitarian, international development. Experience in network and consortia is desired

Essential Skills: The key soft skills for the success of this remote role also include:

  • Video conferencing skills (Zoom, Microsoft Teams and other platforms)
  • High level of technical proficiency with computer software including Microsoft Office and use of on-line project management systems such as Slack and Click Up.
  • Organization skills and strong teamwork
  • Planning, Foresight and Coordination skills
  • Time management skills and self-motivated
  • Strong presentation and writing skills, including project documentation and public communication
  • Critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills
  • Ability to foster a culture of innovation and to work with different actors
  • Ability to empowering and influence teams where you have not had direct managerial responsibility
  • Flexibility and ability to travel to the Sundarban coalitions when the need arises.

Job Location Dhaka 

Salary Monthly consolidated salary BDT 200,000/- 

Compensation & Other Benefits

  • Access to cultural talks, events, online training
  • Flexible working with options to work from home and remotely some of the time
  • Training and development opportunities for individuals and cross-organisationally
  • National Government holidaysand maternity/paternity leave as per org policy
  • Provident, gratuity and Life insurance as per organisation’s policy

Apply Procedure

Interested candidates are requested to submit their resume with cover letter along with recent Passport size Photo, photocopy of all academic and experience certificates, NID card /Citizenship certificate including two references. Applications should reach within 30/04/2022 by post or Currier or hand to hand delivery to: APC(HR), ESDO, Collegepara (Gobindanagar), Thakurgaon-5100, Bangladesh.

*Photograph must be enclosed with the resume.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and called for interview.
Women are especially encouraged to apply.
Equal opportunity, promoting women & children rights is mandate of ESDO.

Application Deadline: 30 April 2022

Published On 21 April 2022

Company Information

Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO)
Address: House # 748, Road No: 08, Baitul Aman Housing Society, Adabar, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh
Web : www.esdo.net.bd

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