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A 490+ person-strong organisation, SNEHA’s team delivers pioneering initiatives in women and children’s health across vulnerable areas in Mumbai and in other parts of India.

Working at SNEHA


Different kinds of people

Diverse backgrounds


Our interdisciplinary team comprises professionals from a wide range of backgrounds, including medicine, public health, social work, psychology, management and accounting.

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Professional development


Our team has presented at national and international conferences. We provide opportunities for training, capacity building and grassroots exposure.

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Equal opportunity employer


We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to ensuring a fair and inclusive workplace. Our policy against sexual harassment and our values reinforce this commitment.

“At SNEHA, I have the opportunity to grow as a professional by handling entire projects as a leader. I have been encouraged to be innovative in my work and I find that people at SNEHA are invested in my growth and progress. I love coming into work every single day, not just because I’m passionate about my work but also because this is such a friendly environment to work in.”


Dr. Isha Sonawane

Programme Coordinator,
Maternal and Newborn Health

“In my one year stint at SNEHA, I have had the opportunity to build M&E protocols for projects from scratch and upgrade my skills as a researcher. While we work hard here at SNEHA, the culture is polite and appreciative, and all the staff are friendly, respectful and supportive. Overall, this is a great place to work!"


Karishma Navalkar

Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator,
Child Health and Nutrition

"The best part about my job at SNEHA is that I get to interact with a wide variety of people, from our field workers to our Directors. The management at SNEHA is understanding and empathetic; my seniors are approachable and guide me in the right direction."


Yashank Suvarna

Officer,
Human Resources

"I don't come from a public health or development background, yet my time and learning at SNEHA so far has been an enormous learning experience. I particularly appreciate the number of training opportunities to learn and pick up new skills."


Hussain Shaherwala

Data Officer,
Healthy Cities Programme

Open Positions


To apply, email a cover letter and your CV to recruitment@snehamumbai.org.


Doctor Consultant

RPC, Bandra

The Doctor Consultant meet with patients & caregivers and evaluate their cases to try and alleviate their physical & emotional pain to improve quality of life.


Program Coordinator (M&E and Documentation)

PVWC, Dharavi, Thane

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and Documentation Coordinator will be responsible for quantitative evaluation, implementation and management of the monitoring system of the program, and documentation of all projects and of the program in its entirety.


Program Officer (Counseling)

PVWC, Govandi

The Counseling officer will be responsible for undertaking activities to prevention of Violence against Women & Children and provide immediate crisis intervention, counseling support, and long term interventions to women and children facing violence.


Intervention Manager (Associate Program Director)

PVWC, Kurla

The Intervention Manager will provide operational leadership for the intervention and evaluation components of the trial and oversee project implementation, financial, administrative & human resources management. The incumbent also contributes to SNEHA-level operations and development of the organisation’s vision and achievement of its goals.


Program Coordinator (Community Mobilisation)

PVWC, Dharavi

The Program Coordinator (Project Coordinator) will be responsible for coordination of community mobilisation activities in areas where PVWC runs counselling centres and implementation of the stepped care model for violence against women and children. The incumbent also contributes to SNEHA-level operations and development of the organisation’s vision and achievement of its goals.


Associate Programme Director (APPI)

PVWC, Dharavi, Govandi, KEM & Nair Hospital

The Associate Program Director will provide operational leadership in the programmatic and administrative realms. Specific areas of responsibility will include programmatic leadership and development, program implementation, as well as financial, administrative and human resource development oversight.


Program Officer (Female)

PVWC (Tara Trial), Dharavi

The Program Officer will support and implement the project activities in the assigned intervention cluster. He/she will have community mobilisation and group work skills. He/she will demonstrate flair, enthusiasm, innovation, and leadership when faced with challenges in the community, and will provide immediate response to local occurrences. The Program Officers (PO) will be willing to work on issuesaround gender and violence against women and Girl in the community. The Community Program Officer reports to Program Coordinator and maintains day-to-day contact with all colleagues and supervisors.


Program Officer (Male)

PVWC, Dharavi

The Program Officer will be responsible for the supervision and implementation of intervention activities with men (group formation and education, volunteer identification and training, and network creation) and demonstrate flair, enthusiasm, innovation, and leadership when faced with challenges in the community, and will provide immediate response to local occurrences.


Researcher

PVWC, Dharavi

The researcher will identify candidate interventions to improve the mental health of survivors of violence against women, collaborate with survivors and providers to pinpoint promising interventions and opportunities, pilot interventions to understand feasibility and potential effectiveness.


Community Organiser

EHSAS, Dharavi

The role of a community organizer (CO) is to reach out to maximum adolescents in urban slums to create awareness, integrate strategies to sustain them with us until the end, ensure quality services to each of them and make available, all the services offered by SNEHA and EHSAS Program, to each and every adolescent under him/her.


Field Investigator (Female)

PVWC (TARA Trial), Wadala, Antop Hill, Kurla

The Investigator will work with SNEHA’s Program on Prevention of Violence against Women and Children, on the project “Community interventions for primary and secondary prevention of violence against women and girls: a cluster randomized controller trial in Urban India”. The Investigator will report to the senior researcher. The position is full-time and is based in Mumbai.


Volunteer


SNEHA welcomes people to contribute their skills, time, talent and experience through our Volunteer Programme.

Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and willing to commit time as required depending on the available opportunity. We do not have regular weekend volunteering opportunities except during our advocacy and fundraising events.

Volunteer Form