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Programme Manager – Water Resource Management

Title: Programme Manager – Water Resource Management, Development Alternatives

Location: Delhi

Organization’s profile:

Development Alternatives is a pioneer in sustainable development and the first social enterprise in India working toward distinct goals that converge on the unified ambition of regenerating the environment and creating large-scale sustainable livelihoods.

Job Description:

The program manager will be required to design and provide interdisciplinary evidence based research support to field operations on land and water resources management Programs of DA-Program direction and management.

Eligibility:

Minimum experience of 5-7 years in project activity in water and climate change/sanitation/ecosystems.

How to apply:

To Apply – http://www.devalt.org/dacareers/

Reference: Development Alternatives

Puskar

Editor in chief @GreenCleanGuide.com

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