Women's Entrepreneurship, Protagonism and Cooperation

Today, 19 from November, we celebrate the Women's Entrepreneurship Day, date created by the United Nations (UN), from a UN Women initiative, in order to support the female public against gender inequality in the labour market.

For us it is very important to highlight this date. We work daily with women who undertake, lead their businesses and are protagonists in their communities. In Brazil, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor survey 2020 (GEM), women entrepreneurs add up to more than 30 Million.

In the Arribão community, municipality of Taurus/RN, women are the protagonists of local change. There are times, the housewives wanted to somehow also work and generate an extra income to help with expenses. So, the group founded the Our Lady of Fatima Association in 2017. Before no fixed location, with much boldness and persistence began a collective production of homemade cakes, in the mother-in-law's kitchen Flaíze de Oliveira, leader of the Arribão Community Association. "The idea was to sell the products door to door in Arribão, in neighbouring towns and in a small trade in the community itself. We thought about this solution because it was something we all knew how to do"., Explains.

Flaíze de Oliveira, leader of the Arribão Community Association

Today, about nine women who make up the Association have a place to strengthen the group's performance in the community, the Community Centre. "For us it is the realization of a very old dream, we're not even believing. It is a great joy to have this space so that we can get together and carry out our activities. Our expectation is that it will further strengthen our group", celebrates Flaíze.

Community Center

The Community Centre, managed by the Association, was inaugurated last Thursday, 18 from November. Built by us, the action is part of the socio-environmental project developed by CPFL Renewable Energy in the municipality. The place is approximately 56m² and has a reception; meeting room, lectures and workshops; changing room; bathroom, with wheelchair access; pantry and kitchen, where cakes and warm cakes are produced. It was also built, in the external area, a cistern of plate of 7 thousand liters, to ensure a water reserve. In addition to all this infrastructure, women were trained and monitored for the development and consolidation of the.

"We did the whole price search process to select the construction company that would take over the jobs. We were ahead of the purchase of the material and followed all the work. We are still doing an advisory work with the community", explains our New Business Manager, Regma Queiroz. We were also responsible for performing the socio-environmental diagnosis in Arribão and, was precisely during the visits and meetings, that we identified in the women there this entrepreneurial profile and their engagement in actions that seek improvements for the community.

With the encouragement of CPFL Renewable, they succeeded in improve your knowledge and began to take courses in the neighboring municipality. Every day, a van was going to pick up the group, moving to João Câmara. The route was an hour and a half. Often, they needed to take their little children because they had no one to leave them with. "We thought about giving up a few times, because the results don't show up overnight. But, when one mentioned it, another already brought words of encouragement", reports Flaíze. In this way, they were able to complete three training courses.

With the delivery of the Community Center, the idea is expand activities and make meals (warm and "dish made"), because they have already realized that there is a demand. Besides that, are in negotiation with Conab, public company linked to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, to market these products in a large network of schools, hospitals and health posts. The leading role and resilience of these women is fundamental to the local development process of their territories.

Cop26's importance for a sustainable future

Today, 12 from November, is the last day of the 261st United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26), that happens from the day 31 October in Glasgow, in Scotland. Representatives of 193 countries participate in the Conference, to think about strategies that can curb the effects of climate change, with a view to building savings greener e resilient, that can ensure a sustainable futureI to our planet.

A COP26 makes us think even more about how we're using the natural resources available. At each meeting of global leaders and activists on Environment, the question seems to be the same: how and when we will stop exploiting these increasingly limited resources and start enjoying them sustainably?

For our Director of Development, Gláucio Gomes, it's about, of a paradigm shift, of an ethical transition that global governance needs to go through. "When it comes to agriculture, there's a lot to think about and discuss. For a significant portion of the population, including for many who participate in COP26, agriculture is business. But the fact is that agriculture is also food production. It's work and income, is social organization in the field, guarantee of human rights and subsistence, is culture and identity, and place in the world for millions of farmers. In many cases, agriculture is what gives meaning to the lives of families and communities", highlights.

Agriculture is at the heart of the second Sustainable Development Goal (Ods 2): end hunger, achieve the food security and improving nutrition and promoting sustainable agriculture. In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary to guide agriculture as a social and environmental management. There are two critical targets in this discussion: the importance of communities and local power and how agriculture is organised and structured, mainly with regard to land aspects and encouraging cooperation between producers. Both points converge on the crucial importance of the territory to promote sustainable agriculture.

Therefore, is possible and more recommended for the future of this planet, think of a humanized agriculture, with social function and where, in the equation, consider yourself the millions of peasants in the world. There are already agricultural development strategies that provide sustainability from a logic of social inclusion, economic and productive, land democratization and capacity-building by local actors. For example,, our actions to foster the creation and development of cooperatives and community businesses, the formation of Local Productive Arrangements and the strengthening of value chains based on local vocations.

Create and deploy more strategies for strengthening family farming through policies and incentive and investment programmes in basic agriculture, e, so, by the vote of confidence that needs to be done by state and business leaders at the global level. We believe that COP26 is a possible place for us to start strengthening these actions.

Young people from Bahia participate in short courses on Entrepreneurship and Financial Education

Continuing the project Juventude.com, in partnership with the Lina Galvani Institute (ILG), we hold two short courses with the 25 selected young people in Angico of Days, in the municipality of Campo Alegre de Lourdes, in Bahia. The topics worked on were entrepreneurship e Financial Education.

The formative process follows the pedagogical approach to cooperative learning, stimulating the vision of local youth for the development of actions that benefit the entire community. This learning experience stimulates interaction, communication and the protagonism of young people to contribute to the development of themselves and the territory, with the help of information and communication technologies.

On the first date, concepts of financial education have been worked on, origin of money, its application in capitalist society, economic profile, current financial status and preparation of a savings plan to achieve short-term objectives, medium and long term.

"Talking about financial education is very important, even now when we still don't provide income, because it prepares us to have a good relationship with money", reports Dorinha Oliveira, 19, young woman benefited.

Already at the meeting on Entrepreneurship, young people discussed the importance of undertaking, what are the first steps needed to begin this journey, based on knowledge our book Todxs Can Undertake. Throughout the activities, young people identified potential business opportunities and made quick analyses of opportunities and needs.

As a practical activity, they systematized some business ideas that could be leveraged in the community, proposals for solutions to common problems, As actions to access culture, improvement in the quality of health, garbage collection, ideas that go against solutions to problems that are faced by all.

"Entrepreneurship can be a path of opportunity for us young people here in Angicos, as it has been for young people in Ceará", reinforces Meiry Pereira, 22, young woman benefited.

Continuing education

After the face-to-face meetings, young people follow in the formative path through digital platforms. In remote classes, we work on the complementary contents and activities that were conducted in person. In addition to being a space for devolutions of the activities that are forwarded during the face-to-face workshops, is also an opportunity to recall the concepts and themes previously worked out.

“I believe that the continuity of the formative process is necessary and very important for the expansion of the capacities of young people, but mainly to create a culture of reading and searching for new knowledge. Giving these young people the opportunity to be in a constant process of development, learning, making them realize that education may be perhaps the only way that will lead them to the realization of their dreams”, reinforces Aurigele Alves, our Program Director, who has been twice collaborating with the young people of Angico dos Dias.

Second Aurigele, young people participate in the project with many dreams, but also having difficulty in setting goals, build an action plan and a life project. And points out that this has been worked on in the formative meetings, allowing them all to build a life project based on an action plan, that goes from acquiring goods, Services, the conquest of home ownership, improving the quality of life in the community, access to studies, entrepreneurship, income generation, Jobs, among other.

Next steps

In the days 26 e 27 of October, young people participate in the Short course Basic computer tools and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). In this training we will work the basic concepts of information technology and ICTs in a playful and cooperative way. They will be encouraged to discover the best strategies for access to information and communication technologies for the day-to-day, facilitating learning through reading, interaction and web browsing.

The Projeto Juventude.com aims to strengthen youth protagonism and rural entrepreneurship. The Protagonism and Digital Culture course is one of the components of the Project, carried out in partnership with the Lina Galvani Institute (ILG). In addition to training, the project foresees the implementation of a Integrated Access Center for Information and Communication Technology managed by young people themselves and with long-term economic and financial sustainability.

Communities of Pernambuco benefit from cisterns and learn to treat water through the sun

Families in the municipalities of Caetés, C., New, Capoeiras and Venturosa, in Pernambuco, need to move about five hundred to two thousand meters away to have access to a basic item, essential to human life: the water. When they can't do this collection, even with the situation of vulnerability they face, the option is to pay for gallons of up to 12 thousand liters transported by water tankers, because those distributed by the government cannot meet all the needs.

This problem does not only affect the municipalities of Pernambuco. According to information from Agência Brasil, the country faces the worst water crisis on record in recent years 91 years, osame by several factors, such as the unpredictability of rainfall and the absence of water collection and storage technologies. The Echosocial programme – Winds Transforming, developed by Echoenergia, with the support of the National Development Bank, BNDES, tries to change the reality of residents staying in the vicinity of echoenergia's wind farm, with the construction of 126 plate tanks in the territory and installation of the Aqualuz – technology aimed at purifying water for human consumption. So far, 70 devices have been installed in the tanks.

The Aqualuz is a technology of the northeastern startup SDW, which has already been awarded and recognized even by the UN. All work is performed by the Local Economic Development Agency, Adel. "The cisterns will benefit a total of thirteen communities. With the action, we will universalize access to drinking water to all low-income families in the surrounding countryside; a fairly extensive territory, but that it still had no water reservoir", explains the Adel's New Business Director, Wagner Gomes.

Drinking water through the sun

The world's first equipment focused on potabilize the water from cisterns through the sun, Aqualuz is a simple and easy-to-handle technology. The Adel, as the executing entity of the program, brought the SDW to work together with the families to disinfect the water from the cisterns.

Water potabilization is carried out in the storage phase, after filtration, where water is exposed to the sun. At this stage, solar radiation and high temperature act in such a way as to disable the DNA of pathogens present in water, making it drinkable. The technology used acts in order to eliminate the microorganisms present in, not being able to treat waters with chemical contamination.

Cistern with Aqualuz device installed

Aqualuz is a device developed specifically for the context of the semi-arid northeastern in order to apply the methodology of the SODIS (acronym for Solar Water Purification) considering cultural and socioeconomic aspects of the local population. It is constituted by a stainless steel reservoir 304 with d’water 5 Inches, glass cover coupled to a physical filter to reduce turbidity, which can be exchanged for various materials present in the day to day of the family as, for example, pieces of cotton cloth. Its operation is very simple, user installs filter on cistern pump, pump water, that goes to the main reservoir and is stowed in direct exposure to the sun until the thermally sensitive indicator changes color and the user can remove the water.

Edson Costa, farmer benefited from a cistern and an Aqualuz

Five young people from the beneficiary municipalities have already received a training workshop to understand how the deployment of social technologies aimed at capturing, storage, management and treatment of water resources. "I was impressed, because who could imagine that water could be treated naturally, with one thing that we have so much: the sun?", reports farmer Edson Costa, of 24 years. He participated in the workshop and benefited from a cistern and an Aqualuz near his residence.

Adel Announces Youth Projects focused on Agenda 2030 and opens popular vote

Adel announced, Today, the seven (7) initiatives drawn up by the beneficiaries of the Young Entrepreneurs and Rural Protagonists Project, held in Parazinho and São Miguel do Gostoso, both municipalities of Rio Grande do Norte, in partnership with the Elera Renewables.

The projects developed by local youth prioritize the Agenda 2030 – the Sustainable Development Goals (Ods) and were built during the Laboratory for the Creation of Local Initiatives, held last month in the state of. In this issue, the projects open for popular voting are the young people of the communities Antônio Conselheiro and Tábua, in São Miguel do Gostoso/RN.

The initiatives aim to highlight the importance of sustainable actions for local development. Among the projects are proposals on selective garbage collection, community garden and canteen, encouraging sport, entrepreneurship and local crafts. The SDDs that are related to project actions are: Ods 1 – Poverty eradication; Ods 2 – Zero hunger and sustainable agriculture; Ods 4 - Quality education; Ods 6 – Drinking water and sanitation and SDCs 10 – Reducing inequalities.

Second Aurigele Alves, Program Director of Adel, sustainable development goals form the guiding line and are present in the conceptual framework of the Young Entrepreneurs and Rural Protagonists Project. A Agenda 2030 is a very impactful platform with potential to be leveraged to engage strategic actors in development processes at the local level.

"The Project proposes that students, teachers and community leaders who are inserted in the context of the semi-arid region of northeastern Brazil think, learn and take up strategies from the Sustainable Development Goals (Ods), through the leading role manifested in initiatives such as those of the projects developed by young people throughout the training", highlights Aurigele.

You can check more information about the projects and vote on your preferred initiative until 22/10. The winning project will receive a credit in the amount of R$3,500 to implement the idea.

Access and vote: https://forms.gle/SCXJGxJy93ESNM9T8

PJER youth participate in the Motirô Incubation for Social Impact Business


Three young entrepreneurs who are members of the Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER) by Adel: Sabrina Santos, 26, Vila Bezerra community, St. Louis of Curu/EC; Jessica Range, 27, Community Nucleus A Serrota, Pentecost/EC; e, Rayssa Duarte, 30, Boca da Picada community, São Gonçalo do Amarante/CE, were selected to participate in the Mutirô Incubation scheduled to close this week.

A Motirô Incubation for Social Impact Business began in June of this year and allowed participants access to knowledge and tools to structure your social impact business. Total, 20 young entrepreneurs from urban and rural peripheries of the Northeast region were selected.

Beyond the learning trail, composed of a training of 06 modules to deepen knowledge, clarify doubts and build tools to structure the business, the selected ones become part of a community that supports and brings potential investors closer to.

Incubation is an initiative of Motirô, do Impacts Northeast and the Verda, in partnership with the ANIP and the AfroImpact. It has the support of Adel, along with the Sabin Institute and dozens of people.

Sertão Flower

The venture of young Sabrina Santos, named Flor do Sertão, since the beginning of the Motirô Incubation undergoes a remodeling. Além da floricultura que produz jarros rústicos de cactos e suculentas ornamentais, Sabrina went on to develop a social project that aims to offer social and environmental workshops with the aim of arousing the interest of rural youth from São Luís do Curu to remain in their communities. She has hope and believes in a developed semi-arid, where young people can remain productive in the territories that were born and raised.

"When I participated in the formation of the PJER, i learned to have a vision of how to undertake and see opportunities, now through the Motirô Incubation I'm adding ideas with other businesses, relearning to undertake, to get out of the comfort zone and visualize even further. The experience is rewarding, even more so when you have cooperation in the classes, the shares of several other entrepreneurs are too. We at Flor do Sertão are working in a new niche, which brings new challenges and this connection is crucial in the experiences we are building", reinforces Sabrina.

ADDS – Agroecological Advice

The venture of the young Jessica Gama focuses on sustainable agriculture and her dream of staying in rural areas with quality of life and income. The Agronomist, in addition to assisting uncle, Mr. Francis Gama, 50, in the cultivation of vegetables and fruits on the family property, works by providing technical assistance services in sustainable agriculture (consulting and advice) for farmers and businesses.

Jessica is creating AGREGA – Agroecological advice focused on the female public working with agroecological productions in Family Agriculture. I'm very excited about this new professional phase. In addition to a specialization in Sustainable Agricultural Systems at the Seminar, I'm developing an advisory project, AGREGA – Agroecological Advice, a new private project that is now coming out of the paper through my participation in the Motirô Incubation", celebrates Jessica.

Caroá Cooperative

For the young Rayssa Duarte, member of the Caroá Cooperative, responsible for the area of communication, assembly and manufacture of delivery baskets of Cooperativa Caroá, a participation in the Motirô Incubation, will help in the remodeling of the physical fair of the post-pandemic Cooperative.

On behest Covid-19, the young people of The Caroá Cooperative started the Caroá Fair at Home, a solidary and safer strategy to serve customers who attended the Caroá Face-to-Face Fair in Praça das Flores in Fortaleza. "It is very enriching to know several other northeastern enterprises, mostly led by black women, supporting urban social movements in the periphery and in return we young farmers in the countryside with other social challenges, but that meet because we live the same provocations: undertake in a situation of constant resilience. I was very grateful to be selected and think of ways to leverage my venture with social impact".

Rayssa leads together with twenty young people from ceará the activities of the Caroá Cooperative, whose main marketing channel today, are delivery deliveries, the Caroá Fair at Home. In addition to promoting female protagonism and strengthening family farming, the strategy generates income and allows the consumer access to a safe food with a fair price.

Sabrina, Jessica and Raysa Are social protagonists of the territory that impact other young people, through their actions, spreading the colors of the backiny world out. On the last day of the learning trail, they shared their updated projects. They are leaving this journey with more knowledge about the business management process, with many contacts and good friendships.

Adel hires Specialists in Dairy Cattle

A Local Economic Development Agency (Adel), that operates throughout the Northeast, invests in hiring new employees. We are with two vacancies open for immediate hiring of professionals with an interest in working in the strengthening of the dairy cattle production chain, boost productivity and sustainable local development in the territories of Sobral and Baixo Jaguaribe in Ceará.

Vacancies for Specialists in Dairy Cattle have a workload of 40h/Weekly, CLT link, with compensatory regime by means of bank hours. Salary is compatible with the function.

Desired requirements/profile

  • Specialty in Dairy Cattle;
  • Experience in implementation of dairy cattle projects and coexistence with the semi-arid;
  • Experience in technical assistance / rural extension with dairy farmers from rural communities in Ceará;
  • Knowledge in Projects and Public Policies of sustainable and economic development; Knowledge in the production chain of dairy cattle at the state level;
  • Familiarity with cultural and social aspects of the sertanejo people (population of the territories);
  • Knowledge about legislation governing milk production activity, as well as in associations and cooperatives at the federal and state level;
  • Ability to write reports and technical documents;
  • Dynamism and sensitivity for the formation of community groups with participatory and popular methodologies;
  • Basic computer knowledge, with preference in Microsoft Office in Windows environment; Have CNH category AB;
  • Availability for field trips;
  • Write well and express yourself well in public.

Main activities

  • Planning realization, implementation and implementation of activities and visits to the rural properties of cattle growers benefited;
  • Realization and application in the field of rural socio-environmental diagnosis and monitoring of projects; Mobilization, awareness raising and training of cattle growers benefited by Adel; Articulate meetings and events with local communities and partners;
  • Technical monitoring of cattle growers benefited by Adel;
  • Field days, advisory services and preparation of property business plan;
  • Monitor the implementation of reference units of dairy cattle in the territories of sobral and low Jaguaribe;
  • Monitor the implementation and development of projects with rural communities benefited by Adel;
  • Write and/or consolidate technical reports that contribute to the implementation of projects.
  • Monitoring of communities and execution of other activities relevant to the routine of the field and office;
  • Perform other activities related to the function.


Health Plan (50%), Dental Plan; Life Insurance and Transportation and Lodging Aid in the territories of Sobral and Baixo Jaguaribe in Ceará.


Sobral and Baixo Jaguaribe in Ceará.

How to apply

Interested parties should send the CV with wage claim until 12/10 to adel@adel.org.br with the subject: Dairy Cattle Specialist.

Adel resumes face-to-face activities of the PJER in RN

In early September, Adel resumed the face-to-face activities of The Projeto Young Entrepreneurs and Rural Protagonists. The initiative, which is part of the scope of action of the Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER), would be executed in the State High Schools Senator Jessé Pinto Freire, In Parazinho, and Olimpia Teixeira, In São Miguel do Gostoso, both municipalities of Rio Grande do Norte.

With the global health crisis, caused by covid-19, there was a strategic repositioning and the Project began to be carried out directly in the rural communities with a higher incidence of students or that concentrate significant numbers of adolescents and young people.

In the days 2 e 3 september two workshops were held in Antônio Conselheiro and Tábua, rural communities of the municipality of São Miguel do Gostoso/RN. More than 20 young people participated in training meetings, following all health and safety protocols in the face of the pandemic context.

The topics worked on were Culture of Peace and Cooperation, in order to strengthen the human rights debate; e, Laboratory for the Creation of Local Initiatives, highlighting social technologies and their importance in the process of sustainability and local development. Groups of young people who complete their training in São Miguel do Gostoso, will soon present their projects and participate in an award to evaluate and recognize the best micro initiatives that dissemine and strengthen Sustainable Development Goals (Ods), in their local communities.

For Jussara Barbosa, 23, benefited in the Antônio Conselheiro community, access to new knowledge is gratifying. "For us in the countryside, opportunities for study are few because of the economic difficulty and displacement of, I am grateful to be part of this great project that has improved our knowledge and given us the opportunity to grow", Celebrates.

Young people benefited by the Young Entrepreneurs and Rural Protagonists Project in Rio Grande do Norte

About the project

Before the first cases of Covid-19 in Brazil, in February 2020 formative meetings were held with the teachers of the two schools that would benefit. The Workshop Pedagogical Approach to Cooperative Learning the participation of the faculty of the two institutions, who was invited to participate in the Project and analyze possibilities and potentialities of, discuss and propose strategies, solutions and practices for introducing an education contextualized in the pedagogical plans and projects of their schools.

Still in 2020, following the recommendations and health and safety protocols of that period, already in the rural communities Antônio Conselheiro and Tábua, meetings were held with young people benefiting from. The topics worked on were Social role, Local Development e Basic Entrepreneurship.

Through the Project, the expectation is enhance the vocations of these adolescents and young people, to be protagonists in their communities and contribute to local development through the entrepreneurship, allied to topics such as respect for diversity, human rights, promote an environment of peace and sustainability in the relations with the environment.

"In the midst of all this context that we are living, encouraging young people to be change within their community is very rewarding. It's been a challenge, because there was a distancing from the classrooms and the difficulty redoubles in bringing this young man to participate in the formations, but still, we have a significant number of participating and showing interest in the Project", points out Fábia Oliveira, Adel Project Assistant.

The Young Entrepreneurs and Rural Protagonists Project was selected in the 11º Socio-environmental notice brookfield Renewable Energy, currently Elera Renewables.

Adel and EDP open registration for PJER LGBTQIAP+ Opportunities

Registration is open for another class of the Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER) with a focus on promoting diversity. LGBTQIAP+ young people aged between 18 e 32 years, who have completed high school and reside in Caucaia, Fortress or São Gonçalo do Amarante/CE. Registration is free and is available at this link: https://forms.gle/cFJSEW5Xgf9YnsbCA.

Twenty (20) people will be selected for the PJER LGBTQIAP+ Opportunities. The initiative is supported by the Edp, administrator of the UTE Pecém. The socioproductive inclusion of these young people is a critical point today in rural areas and entrepreneurship is an alternative for them to have autonomy and to play protagonist roles in their own stories and their communities.

The training includes a course with workload of 40 credit/hours, accomplished totally at a distance, with synchronous moments, This is, all together in a virtual room and asynchronous activities, where participants can deepen their knowledge through complementary content in different formats.

Composed of three modules: (1) My world; (2) The world in society and (3) The world out there, the course will work from self-knowledge, identity building, citizenship, lgbtqiap+ population rights, to strategies of protagonism and entrepreneurship of business and social impact.

About the project

Since 2018, a Adel has been acting to promote socio-productive inclusion of LGBTQIAP+ youth, as it approaches the reality of this population, mainly from rural youth. Adel recognizes that the challenges of LGBTQIAP+ youth go beyond the scope of work and income.

It is necessary to train a generation of LGBTQIAP+ young people who are community leaders able to build a ethics of diversity, social inclusion, cultural and economic. The young people of the LGBTQIAP+ population formed by the Program already work in various spaces of governance in the territory, positively influencing local agendas.

Adel hires Administrative Assistant

A Adel works to promote the sustainable development of rural areas through entrepreneurship and the protagonism of young people, farmers and farmers. Professional search with an interest in personal development and affinity with the values and mission of the organization. The contracted person will exercise a support function in the day-to-day of the institutional administration and the operation of the management office in Fortaleza, with the possibility of occasional trips to other cities in the Northeast.

The contracted professional will provide full support and service to the various audiences of the organization, as well as support for the management of structures, equipment and the operation of workspaces on a day-to-day.

The vacancy of Administrative Assistant has indefinite time, with a workload of 40h/weekly, preferably monday to friday, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. CLT Link, with compensatory regime by means of bank hours.

Desired requirements/profile

High school completed and solid previous experience in the role of administrative assistant, with basic level of computer skills (Microsoft Office package and production software, editing and diagramming texts, Spreadsheets, presentations and documents in general). Availability for travel to other municipalities in the region and other states.

Own ing a National Driver's License (Cnh), category B.

Main tasks

Attendance to the public in person, by phone or email. Preparation and filling of spreadsheets; posting data to spreadsheets and systems; control of sending and receiving messages and documents. Preparation of technical reports, operational and administrative; archiving of documents; support in organization and management of structures, equipment and the operation of workspaces on a day-to-day. Logistical and operational support, warehouse management. Support to the commercial area, administrative and financial and other activities inherent in the position of.

The vacancy is CLT with all contractual benefits

Market-compatible salary; transportation voucher; food voucher; life insurance; health plan (50%); dental plan with reduced tariff.


Office of Institutional Management in Fortaleza/CE.

How to apply

Interested parties should send the CV with wage claim already in the curriculum file itself, up until 20/09/21, To oportunidades@adel.org.br with the subject: Administrative Assistant.