Roles and Responsibilities
- Assist in development of school fundraising program, plan, goal and soliciting funds,
- Generate database of A listed schools and colleges Pan India
- Coordinate with Marketing communication team for program marketing, publicity, and website updates,
- Perform all other related duties as assigned.
- Lead environmental education and fundraising program
- Support planning and coordination of a program and its activities.
- Monitor program budget and track expenditures/transactions
- Supervise and assist program participants in achieving expected goals
- Plan and conduct orientation program for participants
Required skills and abilities
- Education, training, and experience in public speaking, and in planning and presenting field-based environmental education programs to youth,
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills, good report writing skills including the ability to deliver clear and concise written communications for a range of audiences.
- Excellent standard of computer literacy such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Ability to relate effectively with diverse audiences,
- Ability to work independently, manage multiple tasks, and work as part of a cohesive and collaborative team,
- Demonstrated organizational skills and great attention to detail
Perks and Benefits
- A chance to be a part of an international NGO.
- Travel allowance
- Excellent incentives every month
- Daily training's which will help you to grow
If interested, kindly share your updated CV at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply through Naukri.com
Salary: 3,00,000 - 4,75,000 P.A.
Employment Type:Full Time, Permanent
UG:Any Graduate in Any Specialization
PG:Any Postgraduate in Any Specialization
Doctorate:Doctorate Not Required
World Wide Fund For Nature India
Established as a Charitable Trust on 27 November, 1969, WWF India set out with the aim of reducing the degradation of Earths natural environment and building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. In 1987, the organization changed it's name from the World Wildlife Fund to World Wide Fund for Nature India. With five decades of extensive work in the sector, WWF India today is one of the leading conservation organizations in the country and has completed 50 years successfully.