Marketing Executive - Job Opening

Job Identification

Salary: Rs. 30,000/- p.m

Job Location: Donna Paula, Panjim, Goa

Reports to: CEO

Job Description

All tasks entailing internal & external marketing, branding, communication and events

Primary Focus

  • Support the development and lead the implementation of marketing plans & campaigns.
  • Lead the effort to have lifeguarding assets sponsored.
  • Internal and external communication.

Maintain & Update marketing materials

  • Edit materials according to specific event, specific presentation, specific location or customer requirements.
  • Liaise with the IT team to maintain & update website.

Corporate communications activities

  • Create an internal communications strategy and manage implementation of the same.
  • Coordinate with PR Agency, and oversee external communication.
  • Manage the company’s social media & web presence.

Maintain & Upgrade marketing database

  • Maintain & upgrade client and prospect information, mailing list, etc.
  • Assist with ad-hoc administrative work as per need basis.

Experience & Skill requirements

Minimum Qualifications

  • BBA in Marketing / Mass Communication 
  • Fresher’s are welcome
  • Excellent communication skills in English, both verbal and written
  • Able to work independently

Preferred / Desired Qualifications

  • MA/ MBA in Marketing/ Mass Communication
  • Technical knowledge of Adobe Illustrator
  • Ability to communicate in Konkani

Email us your Resume and a Covering letter.

careers@drishtilifesaving.com

Sector Admin - Job Opening

Job Identification

Vacancies: 2 nos

Salary: Rs. 30,000/- p.m       

Job Location:
Sector Admin North – Sinquerim
Sector Admin South – Benaulim

Reporting to: Sector Head

Job Description

All tasks entailing the administration of the zone. Each zone covers approximately 18 beaches & 300+ employees.

Primary Focus

  • Administrating & co-ordinating the functions of key departments such as Operations, Stores, Maintenance, Civil, Human Resources & Training for the zone.

Operations

  • Work as part of the operations team.
  • Ensure all requirements of operations department are being correctly addressed by other departments to ensure a seamless level of performance in operations.
  • Regular site visits at all beaches off the zone to get insight into ground realities.
  • Collate beach incident information, update incident register and maintain incident report.
  • Be a member of the investigation team for major incidents on beaches.

Stores

  • Monitor & analyze inventory reports for the entire zone.
  • Predict, plan and coordinate requisitions.

Maintenance

  • Analyze maintenance reports for all assets under the zone.
  • Liaise with maintenance department for regular maintenance and critical breakdowns.

Human Resources

  • Oversee & collate the attendance & leave of all Lifeguards.
  • Work with the central HRD and serve as a channel of communication between the zone and central offices.
  • Monitor fitness and training records of each Lifeguards. Liaise with the training team as needed.

Field visits

  • Regular visits to every beach to enable execution of job requirement.

Experience & Skill requirements:

Minimum Requirement / Qualifications

  • BBA
  • Freshers are welcome.
  • Prior work experience of up to 1 or 2 yrs in related field or admin would be considered.
  • Extremely adept at using MS Office, web based applications and ability to use new computer software.
  • Possess good communication & Interpersonal skills (both verbal & written).
  • Ability to communicate in Konkani or Marathi.
  • Other skills: Attention to detail, team oriented, strong paperwork, positive & self confident.

Preferred / Desired Qualifications

  • MBA

Email us your Resume and a Covering letter. 

careers@drishtilifesaving.com

Swim between the flags

Every day, Lifeguards survey and mark safe swim zones by planting a red & yellow flag at the ends of the safe swim zone. During the day they shift the flags to ensure that the safe swim zone does not contain any hazardous elements.

This marks out the area of the beach patrolled by lifeguards. The area in between the red and yellow flags is the safe area to swim & body board . Use inflatable’s only after getting permission to do so from the lifeguard on duty as offshore winds may be prevalent.

Safe swim zone is always watched over by on duty lifeguards working in pairs or more and having with them necessary rescue equipment. They keep in touch with other lifeguards over wireless communication systems.

IT IS IN YOUR INTEREST THAT YOU SWIM / BATH IN A SAFE SWIM ZONE

Safety Flags

 

Every day, Lifeguards survey and mark safe swim zones by planting a red & yellow flag at the ends of the safe swim zone. During the day they shift the flags to ensure that the safe swim zone does not contain any hazardous elements.

This marks out the area of the beach constantly under observation by lifeguards. The area in between the red and yellow flags is the safe area to swim & body board.
This indicates danger. NEVER, under any circumstances, enter the water when the red flag is flying.

The danger could be - rough sea conditions; submerged rocks; submerged hazardous objects; area prone to formation of rip current; sudden drop in sea floor; presence of harmful marine creatures etc. Areas where the Black and White chequered flag is hoisted is an area where water crafts may come close to shore. You should NEVER swim or body board in such areas.

It is also recommended that even if the Black and White chequered flag is not hoisted , one should swim / bath only in the earmarked safe swim zones.

Do's & Dont's

When ever possible always swim at a lifeguarded beach.

Always read and obey the safety signs usually found at the main entrance of the beach.

When on a lifeguarded beach find a red and yellow flags and always swim between them. This area is watched by lifeguards.

Never swim alone.

If you get into trouble, stick your hand in the air and shout for help.

Do not attempt to rescue if you see anyone in difficulty if you are not a trained lifeguard. If on a lifeguarded beach contact the nearest lifeguard.