Accounts & Admin Officer, Satpura Maikal Landscape
World Wide Fund India (WWF India)
Address: 172 B, Block 18, Lodhi Estate, Lodi Road, Institutional Area,,
Postal Code: 110003City: New Delhi
Educational Requirements: B.Com
Qualifications: 1. Knowledge of Computers and experience of working on Tally (Accounting package) is desired 2. Ability to analyze data (especially financial), identify problems or deficiencies and suggest and make recommendations to redress these. 3. Willingness to handle administrative responsibilities for the office.
Experience Requirements: Minimum 5 years experience, preferably from a Development sector Organization.
How To Apply: Apply Via Email to: email@example.com
Last Date: 31st January 2016
Submission Details: Please submit an up-to-date CV (mentioning your full name in the resume attachment), giving details regarding compensation received in the present assignment, expected salary, and three references.
Last Date for sending applications: 31st January 2016
In order to ensure that your application is sorted correctly, please mention ‘Accounts & Admin Officer (SML)’ in the subject line. The vacancy is open to Indian Nationals only. Applications of only short listed candidates will be acknowledged.
General Information: WWF-India is an equal opportunities employer. Applications from qualified women are encouraged.
Remuneration will be competitive with Indian NGO pay scales and will depend upon candidate’s experience levels and the overall WWF-India salary structure. WWF-India does not provide housing, telephone or vehicle facilities.
Details will be available at: http://ww w.wwfindia.org/who_we_are/work_with_us/account s___admin_officer___satpura_maikal_landscape.cfm
About World Wide Fund India (WWF India)
WWF-India was established as a Charitable Trust on 27 November 1969 to further the mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. Rechristened World Wide Fund for Nature-India in 1987, WWF-India has over 40 years of experience in this field.
A challenging, constructive, science-based organization, WWF-India, in keeping with the tenets of its parent organization, addresses issues like the survival of species and habitats, climate change and environmental education. Over the years, its perspective has broadened to reflect a more holistic understanding of conservation issues facing the country.