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Careers @ Centre for Collective Development

Centre for Collective Development (CCD) is a non-profit organization that aspires to change lives of the rural farmers who are working hard, day and night, in their agricultural fields. CCD is playing a significant role in bettering the lives of these farmer, who are professional in cultivation, but cheated in marketing of their produce.

CCD seeks highly motivated and qualified individuals to engage with us in areas such as Cooperative Formations, Educating Farmers to bring them in the stream of Transformation as Entrepreneurs, promote Sustainable Agricultural practices, come up with Value Addition to their produce, attract Fair and Profitable Markets to return them the price for their hard work.

If you want to be a part of this unique work, please mail us your CV in doc or pdf format at hr@ccd.ngo

Please also include a statement of purpose as to why you would like to join Centre for Collective Development, in not more than 500 words.


Current Openings

1. Sales & Marketing officer (Farmer Producer Organisation):

Headquartered at Bangalore, Centre for Collective Development (CCD) is ‘Non Profit’ ‘Non-Governmental Organization’ working with a vision to Make farmers and other primary producers prosperous. CCD believes and works on the strong base of faith over the collective capacities of small and marginal farmers. CCD also believes that vibrant, member-owned, member-managed and member-controlled Cooperatives could be a sustainable solution to the woes. CCD adopts the role of catalyst in building the need based institutions for the disadvantaged communities thereby promoting ‘Self-Governed’ institutions instead of ‘Dependent’ ones. For more information please visit, http://www.ccd.ngo

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2. Chief Financial Officer (CFO):

Headquartered at Bangalore, Centre for Collective Development (CCD) is ‘Non Profit’ ‘Non-Governmental Organization’ working with a vision to Make farmers and other primary producers prosperous. CCD believes and works on the strong base of faith over the collective capacities of small and marginal farmers. CCD also believes that vibrant, member-owned, member-managed and member-controlled Cooperatives could be a sustainable solution to the woes. CCD adopts the role of catalyst in building the need based institutions for the disadvantaged communities thereby promoting ‘Self-Governed’ institutions instead of ‘Dependent’ ones. For more information please visit, http://www.ccd.ngo

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