Research Coordinator

Posted By: Sajag Charitable Trust

Kalyan

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Research

Education

Job Description

Associate Co-ordinator


• Co-ordinating experience with multiple stakeholders like municipal authorities, school authorities, teachers, parents, school children, donors, funding agencies, NGOs etc.

• Social skills: high empathy and EQ – great listening skills, ability to adapt while working with children & adults, adept at rapport building


Educational qualifications:


• Post Graduate – M.A. in Social Work or Sociology or Political Science or Economics or Psychology OR Student pursuing M.A. in any of the above disciplines of the Social Sciences.

• Prior research experience: MUST have conducted independent research studies from conceptualization to production of original thesis; preferably qualitative, for complete familiarity with individual interviews, transcription, data analyses & documentation

• Communication: high proficiency in spoken & written English, Marathi, Hindi; open, transparent communication channels with colleagues; ability to pick up non-verbal cues as a researcher i.e. facial expressions, tonal changes, body language etc.

Apply by: 15 Jan 2022

Location: Kalyan West, Maharashtra

Desired Candidate Profile

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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Sajag Charitable Trust
  • About Organization:We at SAJAG intend to be SAJAG by addressing the challenge of ‘gap of information and opportunities’ faced by households who are part of our everyday reality. Education is one such domain where such gap of ‘information and opportunity’ exists. Our programmes aim in building capacities of students and thus providing them an opportunity for their future. These students who are first generation learners will be a role model for others in their community. Through our collaboration with their parents, schools, volunteers, we have been able to provide the educational support and there has been significant improvement in their learning levels. SAJAG started in 2016 with a group of 7 students in a community. That grew into 25 within a year. Currently, we are working with 106 students across various standards.