Posted By: Masoom NGO


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Job Description

• Managing the helpline • Through helpline guide the students on the vocational courses • Counselling/ guiding students undergoing short term and long term courses. • Follow up with the students, interest mapping • Visiting to schools regularly for counselling and get the student information • Connecting students to their respective institutes • Keeping a track on the course available in the market • Coordination with institutes for MOU’s between them and Masoom.

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Qualification-Any Graduate with experience in to Career Counselling course Experience- • 1 –3 years of experience incounselling • Experience in handling helpline Skills • Ready data of placement agencies • Ability to direct and provide guidance towards career to students • Should have the ample of knowledge about career related courses both short term/Long term • Planning & Organizing Skills • Excellent communication skills • Negotiation Skills • Use of MS-Word and Excel • Knowledge of English, Hindi and local language.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Masoom NGO
  • About Organization:Nikita worked in different capacities as a Journalist, Lecturer and Social Worker before qualifying for the prestigious Union public Services commission. After spending over 3 years in various administrative positions in DRDO, Air headquarters and NCC directorate, Nikita felt the urge to do something beyond and left the service to work for various NGOs. She spent some time at Save the children India and Sahas Sports foundation. It was while working on a social project she came across night schools accidentally. What she saw and heard compelled her to start Masoom in 2008 an organization focused on improving the night schools. In 2006 Nikita initiated a participatory research project on Night Schools in Mumbai. The research was sponsored by Partners for Urban Knowledge Action and Research (PUKAR), an organisation that offers fellowships for young researchers to uproot socio-economic issues in Mumbai.