Internship at Gabriel Project Mumbai
If you are from the UK and are looking for an internship with GPM as a JDC Entwine JSC Fellow 2023-24 we are looking for interns to work on GPM’s rural development initiatives. As a fellow/intern with GPM, you will work alongside team members to better people’s lives in underserved rural areas in India. You will learn about GPM’s holistic approach to international development and become an integral part of the team. Fellows will be located near GPM’s programming in the rural area of Mokhada, located 4 hours from Mumbai.
Candidates must be from the UK to qualify.
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To start the application process please contact JDC Global Programs Manager at: https://thebiz.link/xkwci2kyc7
Gabriel Project Mumbai (GPM) is an NGO working with local communities in India, using a holistic approach to community development in order to address root causes of poverty. Through a grassroots approach, we work with underserved populations to create comprehensive programs that tackle the most pressing issues affecting the community on a daily basis. Our staff in India is comprised of members of the local communities in which we work.
Founded in 2012, GPM believes in the integration of quality education, accessible healthcare, good nutrition, and sustainable livelihoods (UN Sustainable Development Goals #2, 3, 4 and 8). We work with historically marginalized communities in both urban and rural settings to shift the existing paradigm of extreme poverty and to transform vulnerable communities into thriving ones. Our goal is to invest in and support ambitious and socially minded local individuals to lead their community development initiatives through our programs.
Entering its 10th year of operation, GPM is on the cusp of a coordinated growth and expansion. With the help of dedicated staff and passionate volunteer leadership, this expansion requires an equally passionate Administrative Officer to maintain organizational efficacy.
Because GPM’s work takes place in India, its Founding Director (chief professional officer) lives in Israel, and its Board is mostly based in the U.S., the successful candidate will need to be comfortable juggling schedules and priorities.
This is a daily half-time position (~20 hours per week) with the opportunity to become full time and will report to the Founding Director.
Location: Israel (the position is mostly remote but at least one day a week in Tel Aviv office)
About the Position
The administrative officer will be responsible for routine admin tasks that sustain the infrastructure of the organization.
They will provide administrative support for all staff, especially the Director.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Managing CRM donor database
Updating and maintaining website and social media presence. Maintain contact lists.
Attending executive committee meetings ( Bi-weekly Wednesday)
Interest in learning and growing in the field of International Development
Play a supportive role for the team in Israel and India
Keeping track of GPM calendar, specifically Executive Director’s meetings and due dates
Keep notes from meetings including phone meetings ; follow-up when appropriate
General organizational correspondence
Composing and sending thank you notes to donors etc.
Good organizational skills- Able to maintain organizational records
Good interpersonal skills- Ability to interact smoothly with board members, staff and all GPM contact points
Ability to work independently
Language- Fluent in English, oral and written
Experience in general administrative work
Previous work in an NGO, work in international development an advantage
Experience with social media and PR. Graphic design experience an advantage
Excellent computer skills including MS Office, Monday.com, Canva, Google Suite an advantage
Interested candidates should send an email to Jacob Sztokman at email@example.com, containing a CV/resume and cover letter describing your interest in the position and why you believe you would be successful in this role. Please place the job title in the subject line.
Appropriate candidates will be contacted directly. Other candidates will remain in the database and will be contacted if their profile suits any other current or future position.