JOB OPPORTUNITY - SANCHAYAN SURAKSHA SAATHI
Sanchayan Society is a registered ‘non-profit social venture’ working in the area of Financial Literacy & Inclusion since September 2009. Sanchayan Society was created with the aim of disseminating neutral financial literacy and creating awareness among the general public in India. Please visit www.SanchayanSociety.org for further details about the organization.
Need for Financial Literacy & Investor Awareness
Less than 5% of Indian population invests in the stock markets and more than 90% do not understand financial products and services. Thus there is a huge need to create awareness about various financial products and services and to disseminate neutral financial literacy among the youth and adults, especially low income populations.
Therefore Sanchayan works in the following verticals:
Investor Awareness Programs
Customised Financial Literacy Design for Corporates
Opportunity for you
Sanchayan Society seeks applications from motivated candidates for the position of “Sanchayan Suraksha Saathi (SSS)”. This position is based in New Delhi at our Trilokpuri SSP (Sanchayan Suraksha Point) office but requires extensive travel across India and thus offers a chance to explore our nation.
Basic Requirements for SSS Position: Prospective candidates would be required to have the following characteristics:
Willing to meet low income / poor people
Go door-to-door to explain concept to poor people
Open minded to travelling in Delhi and across India
Good Communications skills
Knowledge of English, Hindi, Regional languages
Knowledge of basic computers
Eligibility: 12th Pass, Graduate, BSW, MSW, Social Work, B.com, Any Grdaute
Remuneration: Salary would be competitive with incentives and good growth options.
Prospective candidates may email their CVs to email@example.com
I am a Chartered Accountant by profession. I am also the Secretary of Sanchayan society,which has conceptualised and launched a project called MoneyMatters Project. MoneyMatters is a financial literacy project for the Indian Youth, especially underprivileged women and children to make them financial.....read more