Posted By: National Alliance for Social Security - NASS


Junior Management



Job Description


Process documentation of activities, achievements, and challenges.

Maintaining Organization-related reports and records, Coordination of research, and Case studies as per designed strategies and micro planning.

Coordination and Meetings with target groups.

Report to Convener.

Organize information and contribute to external communications opportunities which may include making presentations at conferences, participating in networks, and representing the organization at various forums and meetings.

Qualifications & Experience-

Experienced candidates are preferred. Fresher Candidate are also welcome.

Post Graduate with Social sciences background. Preferably Master’s in Anthropology, Women studies, Communication & Journalism, MSW / M.A Sociology, /Labour studies / Political science, and Economics. Basic Knowledge of the Informal sector, legislation, and Economy/communication

Knowledge of organizational issues and working practices of partnership / membership-based organizations, and Government departments.

Documentation; Video and Written. Basic Knowledge in Annual Reports and Research Proposals. Experience in video editing would be beneficial.

Excellent documentation, communication, and analytical skills

Proficiency in English and all applications of MS Office, especially Word and Excel, and skills in social media campaigns.

Location: Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:National Alliance for Social Security - NASS
  • About Organization:National Alliance for Social Security (NAAS) is an alliance of membership-based seven informal workers organizations across India. It was founded in 2010 to generate collective interventions to assert the social security rights of informal workers. NASS partners in India, who have a history of working with informal workers’ rights have come together to campaign for the social security rights of informal workers. The program fights for the realization of unorganized workers’ right to social protection and security as enshrined in International Labour Standards & United Nations. The primary strategy of the program is to engage the government at the national and state level to improve the implementation status of the Unorganized Workers Social Security Act Code to ensure access to unorganized workers. The program is covering 13 states in the country, as the first step of NASS work, cross-learning workshops were carried out in the selected states to understand the realities in the field

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