District Coordinator is a person who is responsible for coordination of positive behavioral interventions and works for the organization & support efforts in all over the districts.
Roles and responsibilities: District Coordinators
Act as an ambassador, information source and spokesperson for the system in the district ensure users can access and refer to you easily and freely.Share the coordination role with one or more deputies. Respond to requests for new data reports or suggested changes.
2) User Development and Administration
Recruit and train testing centers in all relevant aspects of the system. Ensure user details are up to date.
3) Support and Monitoring
4) Analysis and Management
HOW TO BECOME DISTIRCT COORDINATOR
Job skills & requirements of District Coordinator –
1) Good People Management & Communication skill.
You will need to be able to express your needs clearly to other employees, as well as negotiate with centers. Good verbal and written communication skills will be ideal for Coordinator.
2) A qualified coordinator will need to be able to analyze complex plans, and be able to identify mistakes and inefficiencies.
3) Willingness to travel across the districts.
4) It should belong to that district.
5) Critical Thinking Skills: You must be able to think quickly, often solving problems as they arise. Being able to think critically about these situations will help you a great deal.
6) Organizational Skills: You will need to do many things at once, keep track of your time, keep to a budget and keep tabs on multiple projects.
7) Good networking skills :- Result oriented,hardworking, dedicated & self-motivated for working in rural areas and cross reporting structure.