M S Swaminathan Research Foundation MSSRF

Block Coordinator Jobs in Wayanad - M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF)

Wayanad
Any Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 30-11-2019
Block Coordinator - Job Details Date of Posting: 15-11-2019

Block Coordinatorjob recruitment in M S Swaminathan Research Foundation

Job Code :   PA2BC141119W

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  Either Graduate or Undergraduate having minimum 5 years of field work experience can apply for this position. This position is only for local candidates with social work experience in any reputed organization.

Desirable :   Experience in online survey using mobile application and Community mobilization skill. Practical knowledge in MS Windows, MS Excel. Good communication skill both in English and Malayalam

Remuneration :  Rs.15,100/month (Consolidated)

Location :  Wayanad


How To Apply For Block Coordinatorjob recruitment in M S Swaminathan Research Foundation

MSSRF is an equal opportunity employer. Application should include full biodata and two references who have close familiarity with the professional strength and character of the candidate. Incomplete application will be rejected. Application must clearly indicate “PA2BC141119W” with Job code. Please send the applications before the last date to the email id admn@mssrf.res.in.

Last Date: Saturday, November 30, 2019.


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About M S Swaminathan Research Foundation MSSRF

The M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) was established in 1988 as a not-for-profit trust. MSSRF was envisioned and founded by Professor M S Swaminathan with proceeds from the First World Food Prize that he received in 1987. The Foundation aims to accelerate use of modern science and technology for agricultural and rural development to improve lives and livelihoods of communities. MSSRF follows a pro-poor, pro-women and pro-nature approach and applies appropriate science and technology options to address practical problems faced by rural populations in agriculture, food and nutrition.These efforts have been undertaken in a participatory manner and in partnership with other knowledge-based institutions, public and private sector organisations and local communities.