Seven Sisters Development Assistance (SeSTA) Recruitment 2021: Thematic Expert Vacancy

Seven Sisters Development Assistance (SeSTA) Recruitment 2021: Seven Sisters Development Assistance (SeSTA), a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization has released a notification for the recruitment of 1 Thematic Expert Vacancy. Interested and eligible candidates may apply online here before 13/11/2021.

Name of post: Thematic Expert

  • No of posts: 1
  • Pay: Rs 60,000 to 70,000 per month as per years of relevant experience .
  • Place of Posting: Biswanath, Assam.
  • Age Limit: The age limit for applying is 45 years.
  • Educational Qualification: The company is looking for passionate young persons who have an urge to work for rural disadvantaged communities to bring meaningful changes in their lives, with a professional degree/post graduate degree having minimum Ten years of relevant experience with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST and OBC) in last qualifying exam. Women candidates are encouraged to apply. Candidates without relevant experience will not be considered.

How to apply for Seven Sisters Development Assistance (SeSTA) Recruitment

Send your CVs with two reference from your previous organization at [email protected]

Last date: 13th November, 2021 .

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About SeSTA

Seven Sisters Development Assistance (SeSTA) www.sesta.org is a professionally managed, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization initiated by a group of young professionals engaged in different parts of North-East India. The name SeSTA is pronounced ‘Chesta’ and means ‘Effort’ in Assamese. 

It was begun with the idea of enhancing the capabilities of vulnerable communities by creating a just and equitable society devoid of poverty and identity-related crises, and by promoting and strengthening institutions in the northeastern region of India. SeSTA’s mission is to catalyse inclusive and sustainable development in the North-East region of India by enhancing the capabilities of the rural communities.