Assistant Manager / Manager - Development Support

Posted By: CHILD RIGHTS AND YOU

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Children/Youth and Volunteering

Job Description

Your challenge: At CRY - Child Rights and You, you'll be using your professional skills and experience to help restore to underprivileged Indian children their basic rights to - survival, development, protection and participation. CRY has a holistic approach to development based on the child rights framework with community empowerment as a key ingredient. CRY also places strong emphasis on networking with other NGOs and advocacy efforts to influence macro policies for children. CRY's assistance to the child development initiatives isn't just financial. Our Development support team enables our partners work through capacity building, infrastructure support, sharing of ideas and information, networking and joint planning, monitoring and evaluation impact, research, documentation and government interface. Your Role: As a person in this position, you will be the link between CRY and CRY-supported projects in the project areas of Chhattisgarh. Your responsibilities will include planning,

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

You must be a Post - Graduate in Social Work, Sociology or Rural Development from a reputed institute. You must have 4-8 years experience in the field of urban or rural development, having experience in planning, monitoring and evaluating projects, interfacing with the government and other stakeholders. Strong written and oral communication skills in English, a working knowledge of the local language and experience of having worked with communities within the state of preference would be an added advantage. You should be willing to travel extensively.

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.