Project Implementer

Posted By: Aweksha


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description


Applications Invited to the post of a Social Worker

Job Role: Project Implementer

Location: Mysuru

Date of reporting: 1st July 2024

Aweksha (meaning Care), a Bangalore-based women’s charitable trust, is inviting applications for the post of a sensitive, passionate human being as a Project Implementer in Mysuru.

The work involves all aspects of palliative care to patients of fire from gas or electrical burns, admitted in the Burns Ward of the K.R Hospital, Mysuru. On a daily basis it includes building rapport with patients and their families, liasoning with doctors and nursing staff in taking patient care to a higher level, following up of medico-legal procedures, and ensuring their access to the wide range of Government and non-Government services for the benefit of burns survivors and persons with disability.


A Master’s Degree in Social Work or in a relevant field.

2 years of work experience in the same field.

Basic knowledge of verbal and written Kannada and English is a must.

Ability to collect data through personal interviews.

To be strongly motivated to do humanitarian work.


A woman or a member of the LGBTQ*IA+ community will be given preference for the post.


Rs.3,00,000/- per annum.


Interested applicants must submit their CV to with the Subject: Project Implementer, Mysuru

Last date to apply: 20th June 2024

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Aweksha
  • About Organization:Aweksha, which is CARE in Sanskrit, is a newly founded Women’s Trust towards the end of 2021. Although the name is new, we come with 42 years worth of grassroot level experience of working against violence towards women. Aweksha is a breakaway from Vimochana Moving forward we wish to continue our fight to alleviate gender-based violence. Our primary focus would be to create resilient feminist networks that will act as support systems to survivors of any form of abuse. We hope that Aweksha can emerge as a safe space for women which would promote healing and recovery. Aweksha is a passion project which we hope will touch the lives of women across all identities. The interventions at Aweksha are based on 42 years of work experience supporting survivors of violence

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