Uttarakhand Govt Jobs Personal Secretary
Uttarakhand Govt Jobs
Personal Secretary to Chief Project Director
Office of the Chief Project Director,
Uttarakhand Forest Resource Management Project,
Project Management Unit of Uttarakhand Forest Resource Management Project invites applications from suitable candidates for Uttarakhand Govt Jobs, latest by 24th April 2015.
Please find below the Uttarakhand Govt Jobs details:-
Name of the Post: Personal Secretary to Chief Project Director
No. of vacancy: 01 (One)
Remuneration: Rs. 30 (Thirty) Thousand per month (Consolidated)
Qualification/ Experience for Uttarakhand Govt Jobs:
- Graduate, Efficient in Hindi & English Shorthand.
- Good knowledge of MS office and internet.
- Hindi & English typing (minimum 4000 KDPH)
Age Consideration: Candidate should not be more than 45 years of age, as on 1st July 2015.
Duration/Engagement Period: The appointment initially would be for a period of one year, subject to extension on annual basis as per their performance and requirement of the Project.
How to apply for Uttarakhand Govt Jobs:
Application duly signed should reach the address mentioned below, latest by 24-April-2015 in a sealed cover, superscripted with “Application for the post of …………………………………….. (Name of Post for which applied)”
Chief Project Director,
Uttarakhand Forest Resource Management Project (JICA),
85, Rajpur Road, Dehradun (Uttarakhand).
- Interested candidate are required to go through the details about the Personal Secretary to Chief Project Director Job details before applying for the job. Click here to read the details.
- Application form is given at the end of the job details.
About the project:-
Uttarakhand Forest Resource Management Project, funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) aims at addressing the problem of forest degradation in forest fringe areas of the State. The Project would be implemented by Van Panchayats (VPs), ensuring their capacity development in the process. The project is aimed at controlling forest degradation, improvement of livelihood options and income generating activities of the people living in the target area, thereby, reducing their dependence on forests. The Project is being implemented in 17 forest divisions. A PMU (Project Management Unit) has been established at the State level for this purpose.