Posted By: Bharosa Society


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description

The Bharosa Centre Receptionist role is very critical to centre operations. She is the first point of contact for those walking into the Bharosa Center. In addition to Front Desk Management responsibilities, the Receptionist is also responsible for empathetically collecting information as per prescribed formats and register the client at the Centre.

The duties and responsibilities includes but is not limited to the following:

1.Client Registration.

2.Counselling Schedule management.

3.Maintenance of books of records at the Centre (Ex: Expense registers, attendance register etc.)

4.Responsible for keeping all case files current and complete.

5.Based on instructions from the Centre Counsellor, she will be responsible for making follow-up calls and update schedules on the counselling platform / forms.

6.The Receptionist is also responsible for Asset Upkeep, including AMC management etc. She will be responsible for other work as assigned by the Centre Administrator

These are recurring requirements. Hiring will be carried out on continuous basis, Applications will be called in the order of submission on a need basis.

Qualification- Should be a Graduate and should be Computer Literate. Applicants with knowledge of Tally ERP or any other accounting software will be given preference.

Age- Not less than 25 years and not more than 35 years of age as on date of application

Gender- Female (only)

Experience- Not less than 24 months of relevant experience.

Location: Telangana

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Bharosa Society
  • About Organization:Gender bias is not endemic to any particular region and exists all over the world, in both the developed and developing countries. Gender Based Violence (GBV) is similarly a global health, human rights and development issue transcending geography, class, culture, age, race and religion affecting every community and country in the world. Article 1 of the UN Declaration on the Elimination of Violence, 1993 defines gender-based abuse as "any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life”.