|Name of Organisation||Development Alternative Group|
|No. of Positions||1|
|Experience||2 - 8 Years|
Name of the Organisation:- Development Alternatives
Position: Deputy Manager
Qualification: Master of Social Work/ Master’s Degree in Rural Development Management/ Rural Development Studies/ Public Policy/ Environmental Management/Other relevant background
Job Type: Regular after 6 Months’ Probation or a company contract updatable annually
No. of Position: 01
Professional Experience: 2 - 8 years’ experience
About the Organization:
Headquartered in New Delhi, India, Development Alternatives (DA) is the world's first social enterprise dedicated to sustainable development. We are a research and action organisation striving to deliver socially equitable, environmentally sound, and economically scalable development outcomes. Over the past 40 years, our green technology and delivery system innovations for habitat, water, energy and waste management have reached millions of families, empowering communities through strengthening people’s institutions and enhancing their access to basic needs goods and services; enabling economic opportunities through skill development for green jobs and enterprise creation; and promoting low carbon pathways for development through natural resource management models and clean technology solutions.
Our Mission is to create models that generate sustainable livelihoods in large numbers and fulfil Our Vision of a world where every citizen can live a secure, healthy, and fulfilling life, in harmony with nature. Our Theory of Change is to work across the value chain of Innovation of technologies, institutional systems and business models, Incubation of high potential systemic solutions, Implementation to demonstrate practical and scalable approaches and solutions and influence public policy, market systems and societal behaviours and build capacities for creating impact at scale. Our Operational Strategy is to work through partnerships with a diverse range of stakeholders to build resilient futures for all together.
Our work addresses three global challenges namely,