Senior Assistant Secretary

Chennai Port Trust Recruitment 2021 | Senior Assistant Secretary

Senior Assistant Secretary

Chennai Port Trust has just issued a new employment announcement. This job advertisement has been announced for the post of Senior Assistant Secretary A total of 01 vacancy have been allotted for above posts . Applications are therefore welcome by Post from eligible and interested applicants. So interested applicants should apply by 31.03.2021.

Employment Details:-

Organization: – Chennai Port Trust

Job Type: -Government of India

Vacancies:- 01 Posts

Nature of work: -Permanent

Last date:-31.03.2020

Selection process:- Absorption/ Deputation

How to apply:- Apply by Post

Job Location:-  All Over Tamilnadu

Further education Qualifications and all the details are below.

.Senior Assistant Secretary

Posting Name:-.
• Senior Assistant Secretary – 01 Posts

Educational Qualification:-
• Applicants should complete Ang Degree from recognized university/Institute can apply for above posts.
• Applicants should have 5 year experience in executive field.
• For more information download the notification.

Senior Assistant Secretary

 

Age Limit:-
• The age of the applicants should be between 18 and maximum 35.
• Applicants can approach the official notice for details on age relaxation.

Salary Details:-
• The monthly salary for the above post will be Rs.50,000/- to Rs.1,60,000/-.

Selection Process:-
• Applicants will be selected through Absorption/ Deputation.
• Selected Candidates will get Interview Details to inform through post or Mail.

Senior Assistant Secretary

 

How to apply:-

• Applicants for this job apply through Post. Application download link is given below.
• Please fill in the application form and send it to the address given in the notification within 31-03-2020.
• Applicants submitted the application along with required documents through Post.

Notification download

Get more job info click here

 

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