Posted By: Karo Trust


Junior Management


Public Health/WASH

Job Description

Job Description for the role of KARO Home Supervisor

Criteria -

those who stay in Mumbai or are ready to relocate to Mumbai on their own

those who can join immediately

those who have experience in managing accommodation centers/ shelter

those who worked with cancer patients and their families

Timings -

Those who can work Rotation shifts

Shift 1 – 8 am to 4 pm (Morning Shift)

Shift 2 - 12 noon to 8 pm (Afternoon shift)

Shift 3 – 8 pm to 8 am (Night Shift)

Qualifications -

12th pass / graduation / post-graduation

Computer literate - should work on Microsoft Office / Emails, etc.


• KARO has initiated free accommodation facilities for cancer patients and their family members in Mumbai. It is open 24 X 7 open or functional. The supervisor will manage the center and its overall operations as per the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

• Dealing with cancer patients and their families directly

• Coordination with Hospitals and other team members of the center.

• Daily and monthly reporting to the Head Office

• Documentation and filing at center

• Ration distribution/travelling support to the patients and families / celebration of various events and festivals etc.

• Organize and manage various sessions and activities like counselling, art and craft sessions, Yoga, dance, recopies, and many more.


Rs. 15000 to Rs. 20000, depending on experience and qualifications

Interested candidates can send their resumes on and

Location: Kurla, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Karo Trust
  • About Organization:Karo was founded in 2014 in memory of Karan Malhotra. Karan was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, an agressive form of bone and soft tissue cancer. While he was undergoing treatment, Karan became particularly sensitised to the realities of this disease and the mental and physical trauma that comes with it. He wondered how patients from less fortunate backgrounds churned out the many resources required for such treatments. His own journey forged in him a desire to provide quality and holistic healthcare to the less fortunate, especially children, teenagers and young adults.