We are hiring

Committed Communities Development Trust a 28-year-old Trust has been shaping lives, building empowering communities, advocating child rights and child protection to Build a Safer Tomorrow since our first project in 1990. Employees have always been one of our greatest strength in achieving our milestones. We currently have more than 250 employees from diverse backgrounds working on various projects which makes the culture more vibrant and enhances teamwork.

If you have a drive and commitment to work with vulnerable children and their families, reduction of malnutrition, empower youth and adolescent children, advocate child protection and address health issues, we invite you to use your professional experience to be part of our expanding team.

Current Vacancies

Position: Social Worker

The Social Worker shall be part of the project team and will be responsible for implementation of projects activities, process with the underprivileged tribal families particularly pregnant and lactating women, children and adolescents.

Candidate Profile: 

  • Assist the Project Officer in planning and implementation of various activities of the project as per the annual operational plan.
  • Plan, conduct and coordinate activities (group interactions, awareness programs, capacity building sessions, orientation visits, etc.) with children, adolescents and women in the community on various topics related to health, nutrition, and vulnerability.
  • Conduct community visits and home visits independently and also jointly with Community Organizers to community members particularly women and adolescents.
  • Support and guide Community Organizers during interventions
  • Develop rapport and work closely with service delivery points in Health, and Nutrition e.g., ICDS, Health Posts, Hospitals, Maternity homes, Clinic, Schools, Forest Department etc.
  • Develop linkages with government agencies, NGOs, CBOs, Networks for referral and networking.
  • Attend assigned meetings, programs and events organized by other organisations.
  • Monthly reporting and documentation of various activities.

Required qualifications, skills and competencies:

  • Female candidates with 1-2 years relevant experience in the social & development sector with master’s degree in social work
  • Sound understanding of mother’s and child’s health & nutrition and tribal community
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, Hindi and Marathi
  • Good documentation skills and computer skills

Position: Counsellor

The Counsellor will be part of a residential crisis intervention care centre dealing with orphan and vulnerable children infected / affected by HIV/AIDS between 2 and 12 years.  H/She will be responsible for counseling and helping children to overcome their difficulties and cope with tough situations by providing a safe, confidential and encouraging environment.

Candidate Profile: 

  • Work under the guidance of Project Officer.
  • Conduct individual counseling sessions with children at the centre including psychological evaluation, diagnosis and provision of therapeutic treatment for emotional and behavioural disorders.
  • Conduct group counseling sessions with the children providing guidance and advice to children with identified concerns and needs.
  • Conduct counseling sessions with children in an informal setup being a residential care centre.
  • Cultivate harmony and assist the children in dealing with emotional and temperamental issues.
  • Prepare monthly report and documents of counseling cases of their further education.
  • Evaluate and advise students using interviews, counseling sessions, interest and aptitude assessment tests.
  • Meeting with the Project Officer regularly to share feedback about the children.
  • Conduct home visits and meetings with parents/extended family members.
  • Participate and share appropriate inputs during Case Evaluation.
  • Record individual counseling sessions, group sessions and observations of the children.
  • Prepare monthly counseling reports.
  • Conduct training programs for the children and staff.
  • Assist in planning and conducting events organised in the centre.

Required qualifications, skills and competencies:

  • Master’s in psychology, Human/Child Development with experience of min. 2 years in counseling children in vulnerable situations.  Candidates having master’s in counseling or a Certification in Counseling will be preferred.
  • Thorough understanding of human behaviour, along with effective communication and people management skills
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, Hindi and Marathi
  • Good documentation skills and computer skills

All applications should be sent to hr@ccdtrust.org