Project Executive-Agri Based Livelihoods

Posted By: Centre For Development Research


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description

1.Responsible for implementation of the agricultural interventions especially promoting natural farming, horticultural and agricultural interventions, improving the land and water resources to enhance the productivity and incomes of the tribal communities.

2.Work closely with the farmer collectives at the village level and support the activities of FPO.

3.Provide required technical support and guidance to farmers on appropriate agricultural practices and promote suitable technologies.

4.Achieving the defined project outputs and deliverables is important to realise the OUTCOMES.


•Bachelors in Agriculture/Horticulture with at least 3-4 years of relevant work experience in implementing agricultural development programs in the past or Postgraduate in Agriculture/Horticulture with 2 years of relevant work experience.

•Desirable experience: Social mobilisation, especially working with tribal communities, implementing development projects with women SHGs and farming community, working closely with Farmer Producer organisations and developing agri based livelihoods.

•Fluency in Telugu and English languages is essential with required computer skills and report writing abilities.

•Open to learning, willing to travel and spend time and work closely with the tribal community.

•CDR is an equal opportunity organisation and encourage women candidates.

•Persons with previous experience of working with tribal community will be given preference.

•The salary package would be on par with the best reputed NGOs in the sector.

Location: Rampachodavaram, Andhra Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Centre For Development Research
  • About Organization:Centre for Development and Research (CDR) ( is a registered not for profit organisation working towards the development of tribal and other deprived communities since 1983 with a mission to enhance the quality of life of the tribal communities and other poor and marginalized living in the tribal areas. With close to four decades of work, CDR has approached the challenges of tribal development by pioneering community centric development initiatives in some of the remote geographies of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. CDR believes in the essential dignity of the poor and their capacity to overcome their problems. With this belief as the driving force, CDR has been working for the betterment of the living standards of the rural poor, particularly of the tribal communities. Nurturing community collectives and building local leadership is an important element of ensuring self management and sustainability.