Assistant Manager - Institutional Partnerships

Posted By: CHILD RIGHTS AND YOU

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Children/Youth and Volunteering

Job Description

Your Challenge: Did you ever think that analysing the sector, understanding the international trends, defining key initiatives, and developing an ever growing base of committed clients could change children's lives? We have opportunities tailor-made for people with drive, intelligence and the urge to face new challenges. In short, we're offering something no corporate posting could - the chance to combine professional growth with the opportunity to make a difference in children's lives. But - and that's a very big but - we could never match the salaries and perks of the corporate world. If you agree with us that the work is its own reward, CRY is looking for you... Your Role: As a person in this position, you will be responsible for mobilising corporates in your location to contribute resources (financial or others) in support of CRY's objectives and activities. You will be involved in creating exciting propositions/ events for corporate to partner as a Fund Raising Partner. You will l

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

You must be at least a graduate with 4 – 6 years of experience in Marketing/ Sales/ Advertising/ Events/ Business Development (Post-Graduates-MBAs with 3-5 years exp can also apply) having strong communication skills, ability to write detailed proposals / reports and to take initiatives and a drive to achieve results.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:CHILD RIGHTS AND YOU
  • About Organization:CRY is an umbrella NGO providing financial, logistical, and management inputs to over 200 grassroots organizations working in the area of child rights. For close to 36 years now, CRY has been the voice of the marginalized Indian child, speaking up for their rights, to the government, corporate, individuals and the media. Today, CRY has made a difference to the lives of more than 2 million Indian children