Manager- Outreach Partnerships Jobs in Delhi - WWF-India

Last Date to Apply: 15-12-2019
Manager- Outreach Partnerships - Job Details Date of Posting: 03-12-2019

Manager- Outreach & Partnerships  job Position in WWF India

Qualifications :   Candidates should have MBA degree, with a specialization in communication and marketing from a reputed university.

Experience :  The applicant should have a minimum experience of 6-7 years working with in the education and/or communication sector.

Remuneration : will be competitive with Indian NGO pay scales and will depend upon candidate’s experience levels and the overall WWF-India salary structure. WWF-India does not provide housing, telephone or vehicle facilities.

Locations :  New Delhi

Special Skills and Abilities

  • Strong Networking and relationship management skills
  • Understanding of the education system
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills with fluency in both English and Hindi
  • Ability to self-manage, prioritise and work under pressure to tight deadlines.
  • Ability to work with team and multiple stakeholders 
  • Good written and presentation skills

How To Apply For Manager- Outreach & Partnerships  job Position in WWF India

Apply Via Email to: recruitments@wwfindia.net.

Please submit an up-to-date CV (mentioning your full name in the resume attachment), giving details regarding compensation received in the present assignment, expected salary, and three references.
Last Date for sending applications: 15th December, 2019
In order to ensure that your application is sorted correctly, please mention “Manager-Outreach & Partnerships”, in the subject line. The vacancy is open to Indian Nationals only. Applications of only the short listed candidates will be acknowledged.

Last Date for sending applications: 15th December, 2019

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About WWF-India

WWF-India Secretariat is an autonomous office based in New Delhi. WWF International is located at Gland in Switzerland. A specialist office in Brussels works on the policies and activities of the European Union, while a second office in Washington DC, works with global institutions involved with international economic issues, such as the World Bank.