Associate General Manager – Research


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Children/Youth and Volunteering

Job Description

Location: Delhi Your Role: The position leads the research function within CRY – Child Rights and You. The primary role of the research function in CRY is to generate evidence to facilitate both programming as well as policy advocacy towards CRY goals. The role shall be responsible for spearheading national as well as regional researches. It would entail conceptualizing and implementing research studies at national level as well as undertaking secondary research on various child rights indicators. It would also be responsible for planning and developing research strategies with the aim of primarily supporting its advocacy efforts and also to influence and inform its programming. The emphasis of this role is also on building organization’s knowledge on the various facets of child rights through research, documentation and analysis. The role also demands developing ethics and quality parameters for research and surveys conducted in CRY and evaluating studies conducted for adherence to q

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

The candidate must be a postgraduate in social sciences, statistics preferably with M.Phil and Ph.D will be given preference. The candidate must have 9 to 11 years including 5 to 6 years in a research and advisory role. The candidate should be technically quipped in areas of Research, Data Management and analysis and should possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Understanding of child rights issues would be an added advantage

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.