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Free Lance Journalist or Free Lance documentation.

WOTR is a premier non-government organization working in sectors like watershed development, sustainable agriculture, livelihoods and climate change adaptation. It works in 7 states of the country.
WOTR seeks to empanel motivated persons with impeccable English writing, journalistic and reporting skills having fluency in the local language to write about, document and photograph the work that we do, on an assignment, freelance and periodic basis.
Final year students of journalism/social sciences will also be considered.

HR & Admin Officer

Position: HR & Admin Officer
Location: Pune
Job Responsibilities:
HR Related: Recruitments and selection, induction, Attendance/ Leave & Salary Processing. Renewals of Contract letters, Agreements. Handling ER, activities to ensure employee satisfaction. Assist in Training & Development of employee, Assist in PMS functions & appraisal process.

Sr. Officer – Creative Writing and Publication

Position:Sr. Officer – Creative Writing and Publication
Job Location: Pune
Job Description
Ideate, structure, write and edit publications (online and offline) - (WOTR standard publications including Annual Report, newsletters, brochures, publicity material, donor products, etc.). Plan field visits and communicate with WOTR staff across different states to identify and capture engaging stories.

JD - Agriculture Researcher

About WOTR:
Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR) is a not-for-profit NGO founded in 1993, operating currently in 7 states of India. WOTR’s focus is on Ecosystems and People Centric participatory interventions to address land degradation, water scarcity, rural poverty and food security. Today WOTR’s attention is on climate change adaptation and resilience building in the drylands of India.