Don Bosco Tech Society looking for Placement Coordinator
Organization: Don Bosco Tech Society
Position: Placement Coordinator
Minimum Eligibility Requirements:
Educational Qualification: Post graduation or MBA in any discipline or MSW
— 2 to 5 years’ experience in coordinating and liaising with the corporate sector.
— Experience in skill development sector will be given preference
— Experience in establish networks and build up partnerships with the corporate sector/industries/ agencies for placement at national, regional and state levels
— Experience in mapping of placement leads at the national levels and develop strategies for the placement at regional and state levels and assessment of the manpower requirements of various companies and liaise with the HR departments
— Strong interpersonal, team building and planning skills
— Ability to coordinate,influence and establish corporate networks for the project efficacy.
— Good documentation, computer, communication skills and analytical skills
— Strong analytical and training skills
— Ability to work in both team oriented and self-directed environments
— Travel should not be constraint.
Job Role: Placement Coordinator to manage the skills development program pertaining to government and corporate.
Application Process: Interested candidates should send an up-to-date resumes to email@example.com with subject line “Name of designation and place”
Last date to apply: 25 April 2017
— Don Bosco Tech Societyis committed to using fair, objective and positive employment practices to promote equal opportunities and diversity in employment, ensuring that all employees including potential employees are treated fairly and consistently before, during and after their employment.
— Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
About Don Bosco Tech Society:
Don Bosco Tech Society, a network of 300 Don Bosco skill training centres attempts to bridge the widening digital, financial and social divide between those who have access to opportunities and those who are increasingly being marginalized from the ‘new economy’ jobs. Set up in 2006 by the Salesians of Don Bosco, Don Bosco Tech Society addresses the issues of unemployment and lack of skilled manpower with a market-based approach that is sensitive to the socio-economic needs of marginalized youth in the 18-35 years age group. Don Bosco Tech Society provides employment-linked, market-driven vocational courses of short duration to the economically and socially marginalized youth.