SAIL announces 226 Technician, other vacancies
The Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), IISCO Steel Plant has invited applications for recruitment to a total of 226 vacancies for the posts of Operator-cum-Technician, Attendant-cum-Technician and Specialist/Medical Officer at its integrated steel plant in Burnpur, West Bengal.
The online applications submission for the announced posts through the official website will start from July 1. The last date for submission of online applications in prescribed format is August 5.
As per selection procedure, candidates will be shortlisted based on their performance in a written test or trade test or skill test or personal interview, whichever the recruitment authority holds.
Operator-cum-Technician – Matriculation and three-year full-time Diploma in Engineering in mechanical/metallurgy/electrical/instrumentation/chemical disciplines from a government recognised institute with minimum 50% marks (40% for SC/ST/PWD).
Attendant-cum-Technician – Matriculation and ITI (full time) in fitter/electrician trades from government recognised institute or matriculation with heavy duty vehicle driving licence and with minimum 1-year experience in operation of dumpers and dozers, etc.
Specialist/Medical Officer – MBBS with MD/MS or equivalent qualification in concerned discipline from a university or institute recognised by the MCI and having minimum 1-year post qualification experience after MD/MS.
Operator-cum-Technician – 28 years
Attendant-cum-Technician – 28 years
Specialist Officer – 37 years
Medical Officer – 30 years
Total number of posts: 226
Name of the posts and vacancies available:
Operator-cum-Technician – 134
Attendant-cum-Technician – 80
Specialist/Medical Officer – 12
Operator-cum-Technician – A monthly pay of Rs 16,800 to Rs 24,110
Attendant-cum-Technician – A monthly pay of Rs 15,830 to Rs 22,150
Specialist/Medical Officer – A monthly pay of Rs 32,900 to Rs 58,000
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First published on June 29, 2016