Sampoorna Suraksha Manager

Posted By: Child In Need Institute Jharkhand


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description

Advertisement for the position of Sampoorna Suraksha Manager (SSM) for Sampoorna Suraksha Kendra -

Child In Need Institute (CINI), a leading-level NGO, is working on health, nutrition, education, and child protection. CINI registered under the Societies Registration Act in 1975, is recognized as one of the pioneer NGOs working in the field of maternal and child health for the last 50 years. CINI is in five decades of dedicated service to women, children, and adolescents in eastern parts of India. CINI’s vision is to create a friendly and responsive community where children and young people achieve their full potential. CINI’s methodology aims to achieve the right to health, nutrition, education, protection, and participation for all children, especially those belonging to the most vulnerable groups. CINI has adopted a human rights-based programmatic principle of participation, duty-bearer accountability, multisectoral convergence, and prevention; for the realisation of Child-Friendly Communities, Child-friendly systems, and Child-friendly organisations. CINI follows a comprehensive programmatic model for young people’s empowerment on the principles of Human Rights, UNCRC General Comment No. 20 (2016), and SDGs. Operating for 50 years, the organisation has interventions in 4 states and reaches out to more than 11 million vulnerable populations. Awarded by Ministries and other platforms, CINI is a member of different networks and task forces.

Child in Need Institute is looking for Sampoorna Suraksha Managers (SSM) for Sampoorna Suraksha Kendra

Number of vacancies – 13

Locations – West Bengal (Different Locations)

Type of employment – Contractual

A. Education Qualification

Graduate degree holder in Psychology/Social Work/Sociology/ Anthropology/Human development/Nursing with 3 years of experience in counselling/educating under National Health Programme.


Post-graduate in Psychology/Social Work/Sociology/ Anthropology/Human development/Nursing

If candidate is a person living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV),

Graduate degree holder in Psychology/Social Work/Sociology/ Anthropology/Human development/Nursing with 1 years of experience in counselling/educating under National Health Programmes.

B. Desirable

1. Experience of working under the National AIDS and STD Control Programme (NASCP) facility or community settings.

2. Person having two-wheeler driving license will be preferred.

C. Knowledge and Skill

Good Computer skill (MS Word, PPT and Excel)

Strong communication skills and good listening skills

Proficiency in data analysis, report writing, case study compilation.

Familiarity with government health policies and programmes.

Ability to work in small teams, and flexible ways of working

At least 10 to 15 days field visit required.

Overall management capacity to monitor, report and guide the team under him/her.

Cost to Organisation-17,000/-pm

Appear for Walk-in-interview (Includes written evaluation and Oral) on 22/02/2024 from 10 AM at the following address along with a cover letter, updated CV, self-attested photocopies of all relevant testimonials as well as in originals, age proof, address proof, valid photo identity proof (Aadhaar with D.O.B and PAN Must). - CINI Golpark Unit, 23/44, Gariahat Rd, Golpark, Kankulia, Kolkata, West Bengal 700029 (Near South City College On the 1st floor of 033 Restaurant).

CINI maintains a Child Protection Policy, Gender Policy, Sexual Harassment Policy and Workplace Policy on HIV-related issues.

Location: Kolkata, West Bengal

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Child In Need Institute Jharkhand
  • About Organization:CINI was founded in 1974 in Kolkata (former Calcutta), West Bengal, India. In the early 70’s, we started treating malnourished and ill children, whose numbers were rampant in villages and slums areas, with an aim to contrast high child mortality. Field research backed by medical practice, progressively revealed a fundamental truth about childhood malnutrition. Much before being a health problem, malnutrition is a social issue. Rooted in a myriad of social, economic and cultural causes, child malnutrition cannot be solved via a mere clinical solution.

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