Admin Officer

Posted By: National Institute of Public Health Training & Research


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Finance & Accounts


Job Description

Finance and Admin Officer - one

7 months from date of appointment

B. Com with working knowledge of accounting software, especially Tally with 2 years of working experience


1. Applicants should be conversant with the use of computers in work processing, worksheets for data compilation, basic analysis, internet use and presentations.

2. The applicants should be able to tour extensively for monitoring and supervision.

3. Age limit: candidate should not be more than 50 years of age at the time of interview

4. Tenure: for a period of seven month (may be extended)

5. Place of duty shall be both campuses of NIPHTR i.e. Mumbai and New Panvel

6. The remuneration offered is consolidated and fixed. No allowance is admissible

Finance and Admin Officer:

1. Administration of Kshmata Kendra2.Managing database 3. Logistics arrangement during training 4. Communication and follow up with NGOs/CBOs 5. Communication and follow up with trainees 6. Hall arrangements and other 7. Accounts keeping and submission of accounts 8. Travel and logistics arrangement for Kshmata Kendra staff

Venue: Mumbai District Aids Control Society (MDACS), Ackworth Leprosy Compound Hospital, Rafi. Ahmad Kidwai Marg, Wadala West, Mumbai 400031

Date: 24th November 2022 at 11.00 AM

Eligible and interested candidates should bring original documents for verification with a set of Xerox copy of the same for the interview like Educational qualification, experience certificate etc

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - B.Com

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:National Institute of Public Health Training & Research
  • About Organization:The National Institute of Public Health Training & Research along with SAATHII, a Principal Recipient (PR) of the Global Fund grant, is implementing phase - III of the GFATM program that includes components of capacity building for HIV prevention, testing-treatment, and care service providers, HIV interventions among incarcerated populations, and the Elimination of Mother-To-Child Transmission.