ELCIA invites applications from candidates with a graduation degree with 6 months of experience. The eligible candidates can apply for the post by sending their detailed CV to email@example.com.
Qualification: Any graduation degree
Work experience: 6 months
a. Good in spoken English, Kannada with good communication skills
b. Demonstrates a keen interest in CSR and Sustainability
c. Skilled in writing
d. Strong communication and presentation skills along with the ability to interact and communicate
with stakeholders (NGOs, Corporates, etc.)
e. Skilled in maintaining relationships and partnerships with external organizations and with senior
f. A self-motivated person
a. Working in partnership with a range of people, including clients, employees, suppliers, charities and other groups
b. Developing and actioning Elcia’s social responsibility strategy, making sure it meets legal and commercial needs.
c. Organizing events for employees, their communities and encourage links between the company and educational or charitable groups
d. Spreading the word in schools and local organizations about the company and construction in general
e. Maintain and update database of relevant CSR bodies
f. Backstopping for office administration
Key responsibility areas:
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