Tech Lead

Posted By: Sakshi NGO


Junior Management

Information Technology

Child Care and Nutrition

Job Description

We are looking for a Tech Geek, Passionate about development, building IT infrastructure,

Here at Sakshi, we give each person the chance to explore his/her skillset.


Maintain functionality and Security of our website.

Updating Website daily

Content of Website.

Research on Tech Grants for NGO's and Apply

Be Able to write proposals and reports

Must be fluent in Video conferencing software, like Zoom, Google meets etc.

Must maintain Google Suit of the Organization.

Interact with Executive Director and CEO and other Department heads for daily IT requirements.

Eligibility Criteria

What we would like you bring to the table :

WordPress Development, front end, and back end

Google Suit knowledge, problem resolution.

Eager to explore various software for the organization

Good knowledge of Cyber security to maintain the safety of our artificial intelligence.

Keeping the organization upload in terms of Information Technology.

Well spoken

Good presentation skills

Exel, Word , Powerpoint.

Should be available.

Be able to write a grant, reports, and Technological proposals.

Urgent Position.

Email your resume to : . Keep heading as Tech lead.

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - B.Tech/B.E

Needs to knowledgeable

Good exposure to Technology

Good knowledge in building IT structure in an organization.

Good wring skills

Analytical person.



Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Sakshi NGO
  • About Organization:S?kshi’s work over the last 29 years has focused on strengthening systemic mechanisms and enabling preventive interventions for the practice of Everyday Equality. A pioneer in working for Gender Equality & Responsible Sexuality in India, Sakshi was founded as a rights based, capacity-building NGO in 1992, and was the force behind two landmark PILs – ‘Vishaka Vs. State of Rajasthan’ & ‘Sakshi Vs. Union of India,’ which became the backbone for several gender-based laws including POCSO 2012 and POSH 2013. Sakshi spearheaded the Asia Pacific Advisory Forum for Judicial Education on Gender Equality for the Judiciary of 5 countries of the Region; India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh & Sri-Lanka. The 10 Year programme was crucial in mainstreaming Gender Equality Education in the Judiciary and came to be recognized as a ‘Best Practice’ Model by UN Women. Over the last decade, Sakshi has led several campaigns and award-winning initiatives for Social Arts and Communication for Development.