Executive (MIS)

Posted By: Grameen Sahara




Rural and Urban Development

Job Description

Grameen Sahara a not-for-profit entity is looking for energetic persons having experience in MIS operation with a passion to work in Livelihood Promotion with women farmers and Farmers Producer Groups (FPG) in Kamrup district Assam.

Experience: 1 to 2 years relevant experience in MIS operation with knowledge of MS excel like (V-lookup, H-Lookup, Pivot, Conditional formatting etc), Word (Mail merge), and Outlook, Good typing including speed and accuracy, Compilation of Data and Good written and verbal communication skills.

Location: Kamrup, Chhaygaon, Assam

Education qualification: Graduate/Post Graduate

Salary: 10 to 15K PM.

Application Process: Applicant can mail their CV along with a cover letter mentioning their current CTO/CTC to hrgrameensahara@gmail.com . Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Grameen Sahara
  • About Organization:GRAMEEN SAHARA is a development facilitating organization initiated in ‘support of sustainable livelihood’ in the year 2002. The organization has been incorporated as a not-for-profit organization under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. Since inception, it endeavors towards bringing significant changes in the livelihoods of the poor and underprivileged through its different livelihood programs and micro-finance service. Background The North East of India is endowed with rich natural resources and beautiful amalgamation of different people and cultures. Blessed with biodiversity, huge hydro-energy potential, oil and gas, coal, limestone, forest wealth, fruits and vegetables, flowers, herbs and aromatic plants, rare and rich flora and fauna, NE India has all the potential to transform into wealthiest regions of India. However, despite these great advantages, the North-East has not grown at par with the rest of the country, and the region’s potential has not been tapped proper