Showing posts with label Finance Manager. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Finance Manager. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Senior Manager (Finance) - Vrutti Livelihood Resource Centre (Apply by: July 31, 2017)

1. POSITION VACANT: Senior Manager- Finance, Vrutti Livelihood Resource Centre, Bhopal, MP
Vrutti Livelihood Resource Centre is a not-for-profit society, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1960, in the year of 2004, working directly with communities on livelihoods promotion.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Finance Manager - Going to School (Apply by: March 05, 2016)

Finance Manager, Going to School, New Delhi and Mumbai

1. POSITION VACANT: Finance Manager (2 Vacancies), Going to School, New Delhi and Mumbai
Going to School (GTS) is an award winning, creative, not-for-profit education trust that creates design-driven stories, to empower all children with the skills they need to participate in the world around them, solving poverty, unemployment and inequality.
GTS imparts entrepreneurial skills to government school children, through the art of storytelling with the help of books, games and activities designed by GTS. School teachers are trained by GTS to impart these skills. GTS’s curriculum has been widely recognised and has also been included in NCERT at the national level. GTS is working closely with the Government of Bihar and Jharkhand. GTS has an MOU to work in 3,000+ Government schools by 2018.
For more information about the organization, please visit


Monday, June 16, 2014

Finance Manager - Christian Aid (Apply by: 25 June 2014)

Job Title: Finance Manager

Location: Kinshasa, DRC

Salary: $35,301 - $43,648

Closing Date: 25 June 2014

About us
Poverty is a scandal against humanity. It deprives the men and women of their dignity, freedom, hope and power on their own lives.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Finance Manager - STIR Education (Apply by: 13 Apr 2014)

STIR Education

Job Description: Finance Manager – Delhi, India

About STIR Education

Over the last decade, substantial progress has been made across the developing world in improving access to education. Yet such improvements in access and resources have not been matched with an equivalent increase in education quality and outcomes. Over three hundred million children across the developing world are now in school but simply not learning. Adults are responsible for this crisis, not children. We know that the single biggest determinant of a child’s success in school – and therefore in future life – is the quality and commitment of his or her teacher. And yet one in four of India’s approximately 8 million teachers are absent on any given school day. Even when they are in school, only half of their time is actually spent teaching - and even that is half-hearted and usually of poor quality. Professional morale and motivation could not be much lower.
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