Terms of Reference
Job Title: Field Coordinator
Duty Station: Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Islamabad, Pakistan
Project Reference: Engaging with Chamber of Commerce and Industries to promote and advance women entrepreneurship
Duration of Employment: 11-months
No. of Positions: 2 positions (No Gender Restriction)
Salary: upto PKR 35000/per month
Organizational Setting: Direct reporting to Project Coordinator
Project Purpose: The purpose of this project is to engage with Chamber of Commerce and Industry at all tiers and women chambers to encourage and promote women entrepreneurship through strengthening existing women entrepreneurs and enabling skilled women initiate businesses. The grant will promote, encourage and safeguard the businesses of women entrepreneurs and increase the number of women members in the chambers.
ICCI will conduct a context analysis with the help of local trade unions to locate women entrepreneurs, skilled women serving in different factories, home based industries and young women getting business education from local institutes. Through this exercise data of factories where women are working in different capacities will be identified and obtained along with the women entrepreneurs running their own business.
Overall job content:
To assist in field activities of the project.
Specific tasks and responsibilities:
· Develop Survey, Collect Data, Analysis and Report
· Filed activities of the Project
Qualifications and skills:
Experience: 2-3 Years of experience
Required Skills: Marketing, data analysis and research
How to apply: Interested candidates may send their CV at firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com along with the cover letter addressed to Mr.Majid Shabbir, Secretary General of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry latest by February 15, 2017. Only shortlisted candidates shall be called for interview.
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