Sundarban Field Coordinator

Posted By: Rural Bengal Biospheric Research Foundation (Rbrf)


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Job Description

The internationally known kolkata based organization RBRF (website: www(dot)rbrf(dot)in) is looking for 16 SFCs (Sundarban Field Coordinator) for their nationally acclaimed and biggest rural women empowerment project (i.e. Fisher Women and Tiger Widows) at Sundarbans.

Interested candidates may apply and contact us as per the following criterias:

1) Age: 21-35 years

2) Education: Graduate/Masters'

3) Language: Bengali, Hindi and English

4) Sound knowledge and experience on MS Office, Photography and Editing (or training course need to be completed).

5) Honest, Hard working, Sincere, Dedicated

How to apply?

Step-1) Call on +91-76040-32782 for eligibility checking & approval for CV sending (8am-8pm).

Step-2) After the telephonic approval, candidates should send their complete CV with passport photo via e-mail.

Finally shortlisted candidates will be asked for the interview at kolkata, very shortly and selected candidates should join immediately.

Compensation: as per efficiency and industry standard.

Location: Kolkata, West Bengal

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Rural Bengal Biospheric Research Foundation (Rbrf)
  • About Organization:We are the Rural Bengal Biospheric Research Foundation; a Kolkata based registered society under WBSRA-1961, Government of West Bengal in the year 2013-14. Having received our non-profit status under the Income Tax Act 12AA and 80G, we are also registered with NITI Ayyog, Government of India. We are an extensional part to the internationally famous environmental platform NATURE INDIA GROUP, which dominantly worked on forest and wildlife protection in India, since 1989. We are much focused on environment friendly sustainable development where the optimum awareness regarding Forest, Biodiversity and Environment protection can only be achieved, when we can empower the women and to ensure their Skill-specific Livelihood Avenues in a sustained manner; so that they will bring a greater control on natural resources exploitation, ruthlessly!