CRISIL Foundation - Centre Manager Recruitment 2021 | Last Date 15 November 2021

CRISIL Foundation

CRISIL Foundation is looking for a potential Centre Manager in various blocks (Kamba, Rumgong, Mebo, Sagalee, Balijan, Bana, Bameng, Dambuk, Malinye, Nampong, Mariyang, Gensi, Kalaktang, Taliha, Dumporijo, Old Ziro, Borduria and Kanubari) of Arunachal Pradesh for the RBI’s MoneyWise Centre for Financial Literacy (CFL) project.

Last Date

The Last date of CV Submission is 15th November 2021.


Salary between Rs. 11,000 to Rs. 15,000 depending on qualification and experience.

Qualifications & Skills Required

Qualifications and skills required:
1. Graduate in any discipline with an understanding of Social/Development sector in the local areas.
2. Excellent written and oral communication skills in local language and dialect
3. Proficiency in using MS excel, MS word, Email online meeting platforms, online data entry platforms
4. Proficiency in using scanning, printing and creating documents
5. Partially or fully vaccinated for COVID-19;

1. Own motorcycle/scooter and a valid driving licence;
2. 1-2 years of field experience in social sector project with role in project implementation, community mobilization, field level training & capacity building;
3. Knowledge of community mobilization and conducting village’s level trainings/camp with participation of local stakeholders
4. Knowledge of community training
5. Good written and oral communication skills in local language and dialect;
5. Connects easily with people – team members, stakeholders including last mile participants;
6. Being able to take initiative and work in an autonomous, semistructured to completely structured environment;
7. A team player;
8. A team leader
9. Understands participatory methodologies and applies to training as well as work front;
10. Willingness to travel extensively in remotest villages of all 3 blocks of centre areas for approximately 75% of the time.

Job Description

Centre Managers will be looking after overall operations of the CFL centre and report into the Area Manager. She/ he will be the point person for the CFL allocated and will be responsible for managing the team of FCs as well as regular connect with bankers, BCAs, PRIs and other key stakeholders in the 3 blocks of designated CFL.

Job Roles & Responsibilities

Establishing centres
:1. Supporting in the establishment of the designated CFL at the identified Base blocks according to the planned timeline;
2. Supporting in the process of selection and identification of the block level staff, data entry operator and community volunteers;

Team management:
1. Provide leadership and management support to the field team in achieving all of its project targets;
2. Supervising and supporting the block staffs to develop the outreach plans of the blocks according to the CLFs action plan;
3. Conducting weekly review meetings (WRMs) at Center or over online platforms with the field team;
4. Strengthening and troubleshooting the problems of underachieving blocks and ensuring all the block level targets are achieved timely;
5. Lead team in organizing linkage camps in the villages by coordinating banks and BCAs to ensure FI.

Quality assurance:
1. Conducting regular field visits to all 3 blocks of centres to check quality of the trainings, understand impact of the program on ground and audit some sample of the data recorded in the MIS portal;
2. Ensuring adherence to the developed system and process for proper flow of data and evidences from the field of origin to the data entry point and driving data entry with near to zero errors;
3. Supporting block level staff in achievement of end outcome indicator in terms of linkages, village coverage and beneficiary outreach;
4. Immediately reporting any issues and challenges observed in the field arising due to any reasons to the reporting manager;
5. Ensure quality of the training delivered by the block level trainers
6. Capacity building of block level staff in meetings and also by regular demonstration at field by conducting community trainings.
7. Updating field team with information about changes made in banking services and social welfare schemes etc.

1. Compilation and timely submission of all bills on monthly basis from all the CFL blocks;
2. To attend BLBC meetings and represent the CFL in all blocks.
3. Regularly liaise with the Blocks level key stakeholders like bankers, government officials and other financial and social security service providers and provide inputs to the relevant work streams;
4. Be responsible for comprehensive documentation and ensure adherence to all agreed protocols during implementation;

Stakeholder management and networking:
1. Building and retaining relations with key government officials, bankers, BCAs, PRIs and other relevant stakeholders from the target areas;
2. Identify and liaise with NGOs, CBOs working on FL/FI and or supporting theme.

Training & capacity building:
1. Ensuring quality delivery of all the trainings program designed for the community members and the block level staffs;
2. Conduct regular trainings and ToTs for the block level staff – in person/ virtually.

1. Prepare and share monthly report on the progress, challenges, corrective measures and outcomes to area manager.
2. Preparation and submission of Case studies and impact stories of CFL area
3. Insuring timely submission of monthly expense report of centre
4. Insuring timely submission of attendance details of centre
5. Supporting in any other work that is deemed necessary by the reporting managers for achieving the objectives of the project;

Reporting to

Area Manager

Job Location

Kamba, Rumgong, Mebo, Sagalee, Balijan, Bana, Bameng, Dambuk, Malinye, Nampong, Mariyang, Gensi, Kalaktang, Taliha, Dumporijo, Old Ziro, Borduria and Kanubari.

How to Apply

Interested candidates may email their updated CVs to or contact at +919394401698.


CRISIL is a global analytical company driven by its mission of making markets function better. It is India's foremost provider of ratings, data and research, analytics and solutions, with a strong track record of growth and innovation. CRISIL delivers independent opinions, actionable insights, policy advisory and efficient solutions to over 100,000 customers across 86 industries. CRISIL's businesses operate from 8 countries including USA, Argentina, Poland, UK, India, China, Hong Kong and Singapore. At the core of CRISIL's credibility, built up assiduously over the years, are its values of integrity, excellence, accountability, teamwork and respect for all. CRISIL is majority owned by S&P Global Inc., a leading provider of transparent and independent ratings, benchmarks, analytics and data to the capital and commodity markets worldwide.

About CRISIL Foundation

CRISIL Foundation was set up in March 2013, as a public charitable trust, to fulfil the corporate social responsibility of CRISIL Ltd. Our goal is the empowerment of vulnerable communities by strengthening their financial capabilities. CRISIL’s flagship CSR programme, ‘Mein Pragati’ is engaged in building financial resilience among women from remote, rural villages of Assam and Rajasthan. Since 2015, Mein Pragati has strengthened the financial capabilities of over 500,000 community members, especially rural women, and has developed a robust community cadre of ‘Sakhi’s’ to drive financial-behaviour change in a sustained manner.

About RBI’s MoneyWise Centre for Financial Literacy (CFL) project

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) initiated the Pilot CFL project in 2017 in 100 blocks to strengthen the financial literacy and inclusion levels of the rural population at a block level. Out of 100, CRISIL Foundation is currently managing 25 CFL centres in Haryana, Maharashtra and Rajasthan – across in seven districts by closely working with Sponsor Banks, NABARD and the RBI.

Through a ‘Hub-and-Spoke’ approach, physical CFL centres/ office spaces with a 3-member team acted as the hubs, actively supporting local banks and stakeholders, while trained cadres of local community cadre were the spokes driving outreach at community level. This cadre was local influencers who provided voluntary support to the programme to serve their communities, sometimes individuals (Rural Financial Advisors) and sometimes community institutions (Village Level Financial Inclusion Committees) and were supported by the CFL project by way of training, capacity building and facilitation. Over the past three years, the CFLs have become an integral part of the financial inclusion ecosystem. Since inception till date; the centres have reached out to over 400,000 community members, facilitated over 110,000 linkage applications and received over 27,000 walk-ins into the CFL centre seeking resolution of queries/issues related to financial products and services, and also to avail financial products and services. The programme also created a vast pool of over 1,000 trained community cadre, who are providing local support to the CFLs in a voluntary/pro-bono manner.

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