Jobs are vacant in Mines & Minerals Department, Government of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Muzaffarabad. Mines & Minerals Department Jobs 2014 for Field Inspector. Mines & Minerals Department is seeking for highly qualified, very experienced, promising, dynamic, self driven, innovative, and committed candidate for the vacant position such as (Field Inspector BS-08). Appointment of above mentioned vacant position is permanent basis according to the Government’s Policy. Those candidates who are willing to apply for the vacant position must have qualification and maximum experience according to the eligibility criteria mentioned in the image posted below. Interested candidates who fulfill the criteria mention in the image posted below, should submit their applications and be a part of this well renowned department. It is golden chance for all those who have education and they wanted to work in such type of department, so feel free to apply for the vacant position.
How To apply:
Interested applicants who meet the skills and competency requirements outlined in the eligibility criteria mentioned in the image posted below and desire to become a part of a well reputed department, must submit their application accompanied with detailed attested photocopies of all relevant documents such as educational certificates, experience certificates, CNIC, domicile and passport size photograph on the following address given below, before last date 19th September, 2014. Application received incomplete or after due date will not be acceptable. Test and interview will held on 22nd September, 2014 and no TA/DA will be admissible to any candidate for appearing in test / interview. Candidates have to bring original documents at the time of test / interview. Stay in touch with us and keep visiting our website JobsAlert.pk for latest jobs.
Last Date to Apply: 19th September, 2014.
Test / Interview Date: 22nd September, 2014.
Address: Mines & Minerals Department, District Complex, Block-C Basement.
Mines & Minerals Department Jobs 2014 for Field Inspector