Coordinator - Market Support & Programs

Posted By: All India Artisans and Craftworkers Welfare Association (AIACA)


Not Specified

Marketing & Brand

Agriculture & Fair Trade

Job Description

The role of Coordinator – Market Support & Programs at AIACA will entail the following responsibilities:

• Coordinate activities for ongoing programs at AIACA

• Manage paperwork of inventory with the accounts department - making purchase orders and Invoices

• Inventory Management - Regular monitoring of stock (in and out), maintenance of stock in Tally software and reconciliation with accounts & verification of goods received

• Documentation of Sales (Invoice, challan) and payment tracking

• Coordinating for exhibitions, fairs or any other event organized or being participated in by AIACA

• Supporting Marketing manager in managing sales and marketing

• Any other assignment deemed as necessary for the organization

The total salary package will be commensurate with experience. Health insurance and contribution to EPF will be provided as an additional benefit.

Candidates should send a resume and a cover letter via email addressed to:

Please clearly mark the email with the subject “Coordinator - Market Support & Programs”. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. The last date for applications is the 5th of November 2022.

Eligibility Criteria

The ideal candidate should possess:

- Person should have a bachelor degree,

- Should have 2 years of experience in handling stock (preferably in the Craft sector)

- Good working knowledge on Tally

- Good communication skills; both written and spoken

- Excited about working with craft communities across the country

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:All India Artisans and Craftworkers Welfare Association (AIACA)
  • About Organization:AIACA is an apex body that has been working on a range of issues, since 2004, to promote market-led growth for the crafts sector; and increased incomes and improved living standards of crafts producers. Over the past decade, AIACA has conducted policy research and advocacy on a range of issues including access to credit for crafts producers and environmental and health and safety standards for the sector; developed a crafts-certification system called the Craftmark; assisted sales and outreach of member producer groups and enterprises through commercial trade catalogues, trade fairs and order fulfillment; and assisted in developing and strengthening back-end production systems through a range of product design and business development services. We have worked with more than 150,000 artisans across 23 states in India.