17 May 2019

Child in Need Institute Guwahati Recruitment 2019 -Admin Assistant


Child in Need Institute Guwahati Recruitment 2019

Child in Need Institute Guwahati Recruitment 2019

Apply Last date : 23-05-2019

Applications are invited for Child in Need Institute (CINI) Guwahati Recruitment of Admin Assistant Post.Child in Need Institute CINI a National level NGO with more than 45 years of experience, urgently require the following personnel at Guwahati office to manage long term Adolescent Health Projects.All eligible Intending candidate residing in Assam with below eligibility criteria can apply for the following Posts:

Child in Need Institute Guwahati Recruitment 2019 -Admin Assistant

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Admin Assistant
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Child in Need Institute Guwahati Recruitment 2019 vacancy details : 

Age limit :  23-40 years
Admin Assistant

No of  Posts : 1

Salary : Rs. 10,000/- per month

Education Qualification: 

Graduate degree. Prior experience NGO will be preferable.

Location: Guwahati

Good knowledge Over Assamese. Proficiency in MS Office and Internet. General Information: Services will
be purely contractual basis.
Continuation’ Will be subject to satisfactory performance.
Submit your Application along with CV to the following address on or before 23rd May, 2019. Only short listed candidates will be called for interview.


Child In Need Institute,
Assam. House No. 5. Arunachal Path,
Zoo-Road Tiniali. Guwahati-781021
Email: ciniassam@cinindia.org,
Ph. NO, 0361-2200005
You may also visit our website

About Child in Need Institute:

CINI was founded in 1974 in Kolkata (former Calcutta), West Bengal, India. In the early 70’s, we started treating malnourished and ill children, whose numbers were rampant in villages and slums areas, with an aim to contrast high child mortality. Field research backed by medical practice progressively revealed a fundamental truth about childhood malnutrition.CINI sought to improve mother and child health by tackling the vicious cycle of malnutrition and infection to address its root causes, such as poverty, powerlessness, low status of women, illiteracy, and inadequate health and sanitation practices. In a historical climate leading to the development of the Primary Health Care Movement, we mobilized women to improve the health conditions of their communities.


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