Youth Employment Facilitator / Trainer

Posted By: ETASHA Society


Junior Management


Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Youth Employment Facilitator/Trainer

For Vocational Training & Placement

at Mangolpuri – North West Delhi

Do you believe

 Every individual is unique and has the potential to excel and succeed in some sphere.

 Opportunities, nurturing environment, education and training can help unlock that potential.

 That you, personally, can transform the life trajectory of many individuals?

Then, you could be the answer to ETASHA Society’s search for Facilitators / Trainer who are passionate about skilling and helping underprivileged youth grow out of poverty.

The core role, as part of the Vocational Training & Placement team, is making youth employed in the organized sector. This includes:

 Facilitating learning of key Employability Skills and ensuring successful placement of trainees after training. Training modules include spoken English, inter and intrapersonal skills, Computers and Internet usage (training in methodology will be given)

 Understanding the targeted communities and trainees’ backgrounds through regular interaction with community members and trainees’ family members

 Preparing trainees for interviews and identifying suitable job opportunities for the trainees

 Interacting with recruiters to get feedback and understand their requirements, as well as to keep abreast of the changes in the job market

 Mentoring trainees through their learning process for entry, growth and success in the organized sector

 Creating interesting and relevant lesson plans according to the prescribed framework

 Reporting on the progress of classes and of the trainees

Requirements, Openings and Remuneration

 A background in training is not essential, but enthusiasm, commitment and a real desire to improve the prospects of others is.

 Current openings is for our Career Development Centre at Mangolpuri, North-West Delhi.

The roles are primarily location-based, but all facilitators are required to travel to South Delhi for training and occasionally to other centers / project locations.

 We pay between Rs. 18,000 – Rs. 25,000 per month, depending upon skills and experience. PF, ESI and other benefits will be available as per rules.

 Working hours are from 9 am to 6 pm.

You are the person we are looking for, if you also have:

 Empathy and a desire to help and work with young people from resource-poor communities

 Passion for training and facilitation

 Ability to work with participatory methodologies

 Excellent English language communication skills – written and spoken

 High degree of proficiency in MS Office

 Passion for continuous improvement, and are self-motivated.

 Understanding of the work environment and skills required for entry level jobs in organized industry

 Keen interest in the economy and the changing job environment

About ETASHA Society

Founded in 2006, ETASHA is a not-for-profit organization working to skill underprivileged communities for sustained employment and income generation. We envision a future where every Indian is self-reliant, has self-worth and leads a dignified and productive life.

We work with youth in low-income communities, and their ecosystem, to empower with the skills, confidence and mindset required for modern-day work environments. The end-goal is to develop an ecosystem where skills are valued and respected, and people work with dignity and self-respect.

Application Process

• Know more about us though our website and our social media sites and if you are keen to make a difference to the world around us, we strongly encourage you to apply.

• Interested candidates may email an up-to-date resume to with full details of email id, current address, minimum acceptable salary, 3 references and time-frame of joining, if selected.

Location: Mangolpuri, Borth West Delhi, Delhi

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:ETASHA Society
  • About Organization:ETASHA’s programmes are focussed on different segments of the community including adolescents, teachers, women, families, school systems, other Vocational Training Providers and the community at large. We don’t just work on skill-development, but on bringing about a positive mindset change in the individual and in the community for sustained employment and income generation.