: Manager, People and Culture
Reporting to: Director, People and Culture
Location : New Delhi
Founded in 2000, CREA
is a feminist human rights organization based in New Delhi, India.
CREA works at community, national, regional, and global levels and
is one of the few international feminist organizations based in
the global South. CREA focuses on building feminist leadership,
strengthening movements, expanding sexual and reproductive
freedoms, promoting rights- based approaches to reducing
gender-based violence, and advancing the human rights of
‘structurally excluded’ people.
What does life in
We like to think of ourselves as a fearless,
interrogative, colourful, edgy, sexy flock of birds flying freely
to explore, to imagine and to build freedoms together.
you are one who is ready to challenge the system when it is
needed, you could be one of us.
If you ask questions,
are curious, have a hunger for learning, you will thrive at CREA.
Constant learning, sharing of knowledge, is an
expectation that team members have from CREA and CREA from team
members. It demands our people to be connected, innovative, agile
and quick to change.
When you walk into CREA, you need
to be prepared for a workplace that produces and demands high
quality, is creative, edgy and dynamic.
CREA wishes to be a place that consistently
attracts and retains committed, highly competent, selfdriven
Our work and impact is growing and we are now
engaged in multiple countries and multiple global platforms, while
remaining deeply rooted in the global South. Our talent today, is
based out of 7 countries and 3 different time zones.
when we return to in-person working in Delhi, 25-30% of our
current talent is already, and will remote and virtual.
position will report to the Director, People and Culture
Under the guidance of Director,
People and Culture, the Manager is expected to do the following
Systems and process
• Consults legal advisors to ensure that
policies comply with law and maintain records o Conducts annual
salary surveys, monitor best practices in compensation, benefits
and assist the Director People and Culture to articulate CREA’s
policies and points of view on these
• Prepare budget
drafts of human resources operations for Director People and
• Responds to inquiries regarding policies and
• Develops and maintains a human resources
system that meets management information needs.
the Director People and Culture to manage talent pools and
succession plans to ensure the organisation can continue to
operate in the future
• Assist the Director, People and
Culture in the hiring process
• Maintain human resource
records by designing a filing and retrieval system and keeping
past and current records
Office Policies and manual
• Support in reviewing and updating policies
Medical Insurance coverage, accident insurance coverage on
completion of probation period and any other benefit
Creating templates for HR processes like timesheets, invoices etc.
• Providing HR section information for CREA annual report
Project Management/Support :
Collaborate closely with project teams to ensure timely
preparation and submission of work plans, budgets and performance
management plans (PMPs)
• Review program performance and
ensure programmatic implementation is on schedule and consistent
with CREA quality standards set forth by the OMT
• Achieving all HR files on next cloud
(from the beginning)- policies, employees handbook, contracts etc.
• Maintaining staff files – CVs, IDs, offer, promotion,
resignation/ termination and grievance (if any) letters.
Maintaining evaluation files, staff ratings etc.
to Finance team:
• Review/prepare consultancy
contracts in consultation with relevant program staff
Review short-term and long-term consultants/resource experts
roaster/database to determine efficiencies and streamline based on
resource planning and needs
• Review accuracy of invoices
– consultants/vendors/external partners
• Follow up on
vendor/consultant / partners payments and closing the loop
• Coordinate staff town-hall
meetings and regular staff meetings
• Work with the
Director, People and Culture to organize Employee Engagement
programs, including staff retreats, annual party
consultation with the Director, People and Culture, work on
developing calendars, learning events for cementing ‘CREA as a
learning organisation’ culture
• Update staff list, office timings,
• Update website and other staff lists to
reflect staff leaving or joining
• Getting business cards
• Intimation to staff on birthday celebrations and
• Managing office premises
• Liaison with IT person to issue
email id’s to new staff and coordinate with IT person when staff
leaves the organisation
• Update HR related information in
MIS – HR on a regular basis
• Next cloud
accessed and updated by all staff on a regular basis
maintain and update CREA calendar on Next Cloud
Reviewing the current platforms/systems CREA is using and updating
• Updating platforms (adding/removing staff)
as and when required
Performance Management :
Assist in ensuring that the calendar of activities as per the
• Management Plan followed by CREA is
• Calendar of KRA/KPI setting, 360
lists, 360 assessments, assessment meetings for 360 and KRA/KPI,
mid – year formal review
Key Characteristics :
Bachelor's degree required in Business, HR or related fields.
Advanced degree preferred.
• Minimum of 8-10 years’
experience working in the non-profit sector in India and/or
Asia. Atleast 2-3 years’ of experience handling HR in a
• Excellent organizer and personally
• Good at maintaining records, follow ups and
closing the loop
• Good analytical skills; mature judgment
combined with a proactive, energetic approach to problem solving.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Is a team
player and comfortable with working with external consultants,
contractors, vendors etc.
• Is comfortable with travel for
CREA promotes pluralism and equal opportunity,
and is committed to diversity in its staffing and to the
maintenance of an environment free of discriminatory employment
practices. CREA’s policy is to provide equal employment
opportunity to all individuals. No individual shall be
discriminated against because of his or her actual or perceived
age, caste, class, disability, marital status, religion, or sexual
orientation. Compensation will be based on experience and internal
equity. A generous benefit package is included.
candidates who meet the required educational and experience
requirements should send their CV along with a cover letter,
current and expected salary to email@example.com by 20 June 2021.
Please include in the subject line the name of the position you
are applying for. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
for an interview.
Thank you for your interest in CREA
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