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Assistant Manager – CSR

Location: Belgaum - Corporate Office

Job Summary

Lokmanya Multipurpose Co-operative Society is seeking an enthusiastic and compassionate Assistant Manager – CSR to join our Corporate Office in Belgaum. The Assistant Manager – CSR will be responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring our CSR programs and initiatives. The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 1 year of experience in the finance industry, with a background in social work, NGOs, and CSR. A degree in Social Work, NGO Management, or a related field will be an advantage.


  • Develop and implement CSR strategies and programs aligned with the organization’s values and goals.
  • Identify and assess community needs, social issues, and environmental concerns in consultation with stakeholders.
  • Plan and execute CSR initiatives, including community development projects, education programs, environmental sustainability, and employee volunteerism.
  • Collaborate with internal departments and external stakeholders to ensure effective implementation of CSR activities.
  • Liaise with NGOs, government bodies, and community organizations to foster partnerships and maximize the impact of CSR efforts.
  • Prepare project proposals, budgets, and timelines for CSR initiatives, and ensure timely execution and delivery.
  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and impact of CSR projects, and provide regular reports to management.
  • Manage the CSR budget and ensure proper utilization of resources.
  • Engage employees and stakeholders through awareness campaigns, training programs, and volunteering opportunities.
  • Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements related to CSR activities.
  • Stay updated with CSR best practices, industry trends, and sustainable development goals to enhance program effectiveness.
  • Represent the organization at CSR-related events, conferences, and forums.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Minimum 1 year of experience in the finance industry, with exposure to social work, NGOs, or CSR activities.
  • Degree in Social Work, NGO Management, or a related field will be preferred.
  • Strong understanding of CSR concepts, principles, and best practices.
  • Familiarity with social issues, community development, and environmental sustainability.
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse stakeholders.
  • Passion for social causes, empathy, and a commitment to making a positive impact.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.

If you meet the above requirements and are passionate about corporate social responsibility and community development, we would love to hear from you.

To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience to resume@lokmanyasociety.org.

Our Core Values

At Lokmanya, we believe that a career should be more than just a job; it should be a passion-driven adventure that brings out the best in you. We are not just a company; we are a community of like-minded individuals united by a common purpose: to make a meaningful impact on the world.

At Lokmanya, our core values are the heartbeat of our culture and the driving force behind everything we do. They define who we are as a company and guide our decisions, actions, and interactions with our customers, employees, and partners.


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