Background & Description


Job Description:

  • Comprehend the training objectives and derive learning outcomes by designing /reviewing training material/manuals and conduct training sessions in close coordination with the supervisor.
  • Use a variety of training techniques to build the technical competencies of Web development within the given time.
  • Manage, support, and evaluate the professional grooming and development of trainees.
  • Manage trainees’ progress evaluation (Formative & Summative) and submit reports (hard & soft copies) to the supervisor within a week of evaluation and update the results in MIS accordingly.
  • Ensure Quality Assurance (QA) timelines and guidelines.
  • Ensure the proper management of trainees in the IT lab as well as maintain disciplines during sessions.
  • Attend management meetings as and when required.  
  • Be up to date with contemporary knowledge and skills of Web Designing and Development through reading relevant journals.
  • Develop theoretical and hands-on training schedules to ensure efficient utilization of resources.
  • Follow the Hashoo Foundation policies and procedures and adhere to the guidelines set by the management.
  • Acknowledge trainees’, managements’ and other stakeholders’ feedback.
  • Perform any other assignment given by the supervisor from time to time.
Requirements and Skills
  • Web Design and Development Trainer should have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Information Technology. They should also hold a professional certificate in web development.
  • Active and energetic to motivate adults for learning and change behavior.
  • At least two to three years of experience in the relevant field.
How to Apply

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About Organization

Hashoo Foundation (HF) is a progressive and dynamic nonprofit organization, leading the way in human development and poverty alleviation by implementing viable economic development, educational and capacity building programs in Pakistan since 1988.

HF registered in 1988 under the Trust Act 1882 and also certified by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP). HF chapters in UK and USA are registered with the Charity Commission in the UK 2011 and registered with 501(c) (3) of the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) code respectively.

HF envisages an ethical, equitable, inclusive and progressive society in which people live with dignity and have power over their own lives. The mission of the Foundation is to enable and empower communities to be independent by facilitating equitable access to opportunities irrespective of cast and creed.

HF envision culturally responsive and inclusive community development approach by capitalizing on local resources. It draws on the values of equity, inclusivity, transparency, innovation, integrity, respect and fulfillment. These norms constitute HF’s core organizational values and provide guiding principles in setting Standards Operational Procedures (SOPs) within the following thematic areas:

  • Economic Empowerment
  • Social Development (Education as sub-theme)
  • Environment-Climate Change

HF development interventions cover a wide geographical area across Pakistan with the objective to improve the socio-economic conditions of vulnerable communities.  The Foundation has a functioning governance structure in the UK and USA and it aspires to extend the development work across the developing world of strategic importance for the Foundation.

HF caters to the socioeconomic needs of vulnerable communities from both urban and rural areas through its offices in districts of Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Peshawar, Karachi, Gawadar, Gilgit and Chitral. In addition to delivering development services these offices also operate as points of collaboration and partnership with other development agencies.  

At the heart of Foundation’s operations, is a core belief that, a focus on economic empowerment leads to development at both the individual and community level. The Foundation aspires to become a platform to improve access to opportunities by linking skill development, capacity building and local wisdom as employable options for socio-economic transformation.