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March 17, 2018

MelJol is looking for Office Admin Assistant – District office

Organization: MelJol

Position: Office Admin Assistant – District office
No. of Vacancies: 05 ( 1 for each locaiton)

Locations: Yawatmal ( Maharashtra), Barananki ( Uttar Pradesh), Gonda ( Uttar Pradesh), Hazaribag ( Jarkhand), Chatra ( Jarkhand)

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:

Educational Qualification: 12th Pass, preferably in Commerce

Experience: 3-5 years’ experience of administrative work

Skills required: 
— Knowledge & experience in computer applications- word, excel
— Work with team spirit and contribute to team building
— Good learning attitude and participatory in approach

Roles and Responsibilities:
— Assist the District Coordinator in maintain and following the accounting & finance policies of MelJol
— Assist the accountant in the finance and office administration department functions effectively and smoothly with the highest standards of service
— Assist District Coordinator maintaining admin related records such as stock registers, attendance registers etc.
— Maintain files for programme and accounts related vouchers/documents with utmost diligence
— Assist District Coordinator in ensuring timely compliance of reporting the transactions to the MelJol Head office
— Maintain basic cleanliness and administrative office maintenance expenses at the district field offices.

Application Procedure: Interested Candidates should send your updated CV mentioning the preferred locaiton to contact.meljol@gmail.com or contact@meljol.org  

Last date to apply: 08 March 2017 to 14 March 2017

— For any queries, you may contact at 022-25241050

About MelJol:

MelJol is a non-governmental organization (NGO) registered under the Societies Registration Act. MelJol was initiated as a field action project of Family and Child Welfare, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai in December 1991. Since its inception MelJol has focussed on fostering healthy attitudes in children, creating awareness of the different needs of children from different backgrounds, and building spirit of confidence and entrepreneurship in order to create a civil society based on the co-existence and achievement.