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Project Coordinator

To work out of the LAMO office in Leh for a one-year project on Changthang, to coordinate with multiple agencies, and work towards a concluding festival and exhibition.

Email : info.changthangfestival@gmail.com
Field Researcher

We're looking for Field Researchers to kick start our pilot project to quantify the pastoral economy of Himachal Pradesh. This is a short-term position of 4-6 months. Click on 'More Information' for the JD and to apply, fill up this form with your CV and Cover Letter Attached.

 

Email : aniruddh@centreforpastoralism.org
Wool Textiles Anchor

We're hiring an Anchor to lead our indigenous wool textiles programme. The role entails conceptualising CfP's wool textiles related work, coordinating with partners, and organising events around desi oon. Click on 'More Information' for the Job Description.

Email : coordinator@centreforpastoralism.org
Communications Lead

We are looking to hire a Communications Lead to oversee CfP's communications-related work, including reports, press releases, social media, and website updates, a quarterly newsletter and similar materials.

Email : coordinator@centreforpastoralism.org
Design Manager, Living Lightly

We are looking for a Design Manager to support the design of our Living Lightly exhibitions. To apply, please email your resume, cover letter, portfolio, and contacts of two references. Click on 'More Information' for the JD.

Email : priyashri@centreforpastoralism.org
Anchor, Livelihoods programme

Sahjeevan is looking to hire an Anchor for its Livelihoods programme that aims to support dairy and wool-based livelihoods.

Email : job.sahjeevan@gmail.com
Internships

Get in touch with us if you are interested to intern with projects under our range of thematics in pastoralism - breeds, livelihoods - on milk or wool, FRA and research. These are currently unstructured opportunities and we would work with you to tailor your time with us.

Email : coordinator@centreforpastoralism.org
A group of researchers from India and Bhutan at Jaipur methods workshop © Sundeep Bali
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