About the job
NGO Coordinators makes and implements development programs of staff, the schedule of
trainings for volunteers, the right tools and methods to be used for them to produce a strong
team for their organization. They are the ones who take note of the practices used to help in
the development of a community.
Preparing the needed materials, submitting reports, handling the correspondence and
drafting the evaluations is part of the responsibilities of an NGO Coordinator. They are the
one who schedule the meetings with other organizations, make travel arrangements and
plan workshops for their staff.
NGO Coordinators also make new set of administrative procedures as required by the rules
and regulations of the organization. They also make sure that there is a good flow of
information within their group.
An NGO Coordinator assist volunteers in developing ideas and finding the best tool to be
used in a fund-raising activity. They encourage other organizations to participate especially
during emergencies and disasters to give assistance.
Work Condition of an NGO Coordinator
NGO Coordinators works in a fast-paced environment. They work under pressure and always
have deadlines to meet. At times they will be working on their own but most of the time they
will be working groups together with other staff and volunteers.
Their working hours depends on their assignment but they usually work the regular working
hours per day. They may be asked to travel to places to meet with sponsors and other sectors
that would help their organization.
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