Vacancy at Vasavya Mahila Mandali

Place: Visakhapatnam District

About Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMM): Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMM) is a 52 years not-for-profit, secular, voluntary ISO 9001-2015 certified organization, based on Gandhian ideology, working for the development of the women, children and youth in the rural, tribal as well as urban areas of Andhra Pradesh. VMM is implementing different projects with various national and International Donors.

Project brief: VMM with Wipro Cares implement project Kushal, Kushal is a maternal health project in Greater Visakha Municipal Corporation, Andhra Pradesh. The project AIMS to ensure the wellbeing of women in the reproductive age groups in the Greater Municipal Corporation of Vishakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh in keeping with sustainable development goals (SDGs) the project is reaching to women, girls, men and women with a gender inclusive approach to bring awareness on various aspects of maternal health, menstruation and menopause by involving number of state and non-state actors in the catchment area of 72 Urban health centers. Kushal is a sustainable model through community driven approaches by capacitating committed and passionate 720 Kushal Mitras.

Position: Program Officer

Requirements:

• Post graduation in any discipline
• Good communication skills
• Computer literacy
• Capacity in training
• Documentation skills

Position: Community Coordinator

Requirements:

• Graduation in any discipline
• Knowledge in health care
• Knowledge in use of technology (Mobile and Tabs)
• Knowledge of documentation skills
• Good communication skills

Note: Only female candidate need to apply
Please send your update resumes to vmmkushal@gmail.com
Contact 9963332391
Last date for submission: 12th January 2022

Career Opportunities @ VMM

Vasavya Mahila Mandali is a dynamic and professionally tuned people centric organization that cares for progression of all its stakeholders, including its human resource. It is a leader in advocating the rights of the women and children in Andhra Pradesh, India. VMM values commitment, experience, talent and learning attitude. Employee satisfaction is what is valued most at VMM. If you want to contribute in making the lives of the women and children happier and better, and in the process enrich yourself, we will be happy to hear from you.

Vouchings from Workforce

'I am associated with VMM for just two years (2004-2006), but the knowledge and experience that I gained during those two years has molded my personality both professionally and personally. It’s such an impressive organization, where each and every employee is treated with personal care. Unlike other organizations, VMM first tries to resolve even the personal problems that the employees are facing. Especially women employees are treated with utmost care and concern. I believe, woman at VMM are cared like a child in a mothers lap.” Vijayakumari, USA

"One can clearly see a multi-sectoral expertise and highly inclusive approaches in terms of projects and program management. The cordial and conducive environment for the staff to express their views, learn, contribute and grow is the icing top that keeps the employees cool and poised. Vasavya MahilaMandali has been proactive in taking up new challenges in the field of social development and for the upliftment of poor and needy.” Bh.R.S.Bhavanishankar, Hyderabad

“VMM provides opportunities for staff for their professional growth that is helpful in delivering quality programmes. VMM’s management is transparent and creates a platform for staff to be innovative in implementation. Staff is encouraged to be proactive and grow into higher occupations within VMM. It is a pleasure to work in VMM.”G. Ramanujaiah,Social Development Officer, VMM.

“My association with VMM started as a street child, then a peer educator, promoted as an outreach worker to Advocacy officer in KOSHISH programme. I am now secretary of Children Leadership Development Association, promoted with orphan and vulnerable children. My growth is a best example of how VMM grooms even the most vulnerable people.” Ch. Prabhakar, Advocacy officer, KOSHISH Project