(meaning kindness, benevolence, good will, compassion) is a Section 8
(not-for-profit) company that uses sport to achieve gender equality.
leverages the power of sport to create ecosystems that empower girls
and women to fulfil their potential. The pillars of Maitrayana’s work
are: 1) enabling leadership in Adolescent girls and young women, 2)
synergising communities to support adolescent girls and young women in
becoming changemakers in their community, 3) forging collaborations with
the government, businesses, NGOs to create an ecosystem.
implements the Young People’s Initiative (YPI) a sport for development
programme that empowers adolescent girls and young women to realise
their potential. The focus of the YPI interventions is on providing
access to and safe spaces in sport for adolescent girls and young women
in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. YPI’s economic justice programme works
with young women to improve their access to economic opportunities. This
programme works with young women to pursue their economic empowerment
goals by acquiring knowledge, skills, attitudes, behaviour, experience
and support from mentors, parents and the industry to achieve their
are looking for an individual who is excited to contribute to building
the organisation based on the values integrity, transparency, respect
Position Based in: Delhi or Mumbai
Strategic Plan and Implementation
in charge of the development, planning and implementation of the
Economic Justice Programme in all three cities in accordance with the
proposals (Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru). This would include -
working in schools and communities to conduct outreach and awareness, to enrol participants in the EJ programme.
and partnering with institutes that provide hard/vocational skills and
employers who can provide industry exposure, internships and jobs
creating and facilitating the sessions/workshops on education, employability and entrepreneurship with young women
preparation of calendars of the sessions, ensuring delivery of modules within scheduled timelines
Counselling and mentoring of young women registered in the programme
Exploring and organising exposure tours to potential corporate houses for workplace readiness training
Supervision of staff
Recruitment and supervision of staff
Capacity building, training, ongoing support and mentoring of the staff
Monitoring and Evaluation
documentation (monthly and quarterly reports with MIS, case studies and
Most significant change stories), data collections, regular monitoring
of implementation of program, data analysis
Responsible for the overall management of the data of participants
Explore innovative strategies to capture programme’s impact on participants
for representation of the organisation and rapport building with all
the stakeholders of the economic justice programme.
Build and maintain contact with external stakeholders for providing internship/job placements to participants.
the above list describes the general nature of this role, the
responsibilities are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all
Essential Candidate Profile and Requirements:
Post-Graduation in social work with specialisation in counselling or any other social sciences/management.
Minimum 4 to 5 years of experience of working with adolescent girls and youth in gender/ sports/counselling/life skills delivery
Strong project management and decision making skills.
Strong people skills, and experience in dealing with a multicultural team.
Fluent verbal and written communication skills in English; fluency in local languages required.
Strong presentation and facilitation skills.
High levels of integrity and loyalty, and demonstrating initiative Salary: 40,000 to 50,000 INR per month
Interested candidates can share their CV and covering letter (along with the current/last drawn salary and expected salary) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should mention “Application for EJP Coordinator” in the subject line.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the further rounds of the interview.
The interview process will take up to a month from the date of first contact.