CEO

Posted By: Domestic Workers Sector Skill Council

Delhi

Top Mgt (CEO, President, MD, Country Director/ Regional Representative, Executive Director)

Programme Execution/Management

Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Controls the direction of the company Decides budgets for all departments Targets and initiates business partnerships with other companies Drives the culture of the business Oversees employment and ensures there are enough staff (and the right people) Manages senior managers Generates new business and gives approval of new projects Responsible for day-to-day decisions Identifies risks and ensures appropriate strategies are in place Ensures the correct practices are being met Attends board meetings and other presentations Drives profitability of the business

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - MBA/PGDM

Post graduate in any subject with a minimum experience of twenty years in Admin/ Mgmt./ Govt./NGO/ Corporate with specialization in training

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Domestic Workers Sector Skill Council
  • About Organization:DOMESTIC WORKERS SECTOR SKILL COUNCIL is a not for profit company, registered under the Companies Act, 2013 and obtained a license under section 8 of the said Act The purpose of this SSC is to define key sectors wherein Domestic Workers can find employment and to identify critical roles and ssociated skill gaps. The SSC aims to achieve the following objectives:- • To establish a national institutional network for skill development of domestic workers in India. • To facilitate linkages among various stakeholders in the sector for improved service delivery for the clients and improved reward package for the workers. • To develop a Labor Market Information System (LMIS) that contains information on the profile of domestic workers in India, the market demand and the list of organizations working in the sector. • To define job roles and set occupation standards, career progression maps and functional maps for all job roles in the domestic workers’ sector. • To create skill aspiration and