Post Recruitment – Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) has issued a notification for the recruitment of Junior Monitoring Staff on permanent basis.
Post: – Monitoring Staff
Location: – Lakshadweep Islands
Last date: – 09-November-2015
Age Limit: – Information Not Available
Reference Number: – 4-64/14-24/Tech./Recruitment/MS
Total Post: – 28 posts,
Name of the Post: – Monitoring Staff
Note: – 4 posts denoted for the 7 Isalnds such as Kavaratti, Agatti, Kadmat, Kiltan, Androth, Kalpeni & Minicoy.
Qualification: – 12th classes passed in Science Subject from recognized board.
Should be physically fit, not be adverse to work in marine conditions.
Should able to perform waterman ship of 10 minutes swim/ float without swimming aids and complete 200 meter continues surface swim or 300 meter swim with mask fins and snorkel.
Should be willing to take up SCUBA diving training.
Should have a cordial nature and willing to work in a team.
Job Description: – The Monitoring Staff will carry out monitoring assessments periodicall as per the protocols set, and will report to the Environmental Warden concerned, in the island of their posting.
Pay Scale: – Rs. 8,000 per month with an increment of Rs. 500/month after every successfully completed year of employment.
Selection Process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of Performance in interview.
Place of Posting: – Office of Environmental Warden – In any of the seven islands of Lakshadweep, i.e., Kavaratti, Agatti, Kadmat, Kiltan, Androth, Kalpeni & Minicoy.
How to apply: – Candidates please send in detailed Curriculum Vitae & copies of certificates of Educational qualifications, training etc., with a cover letter explaining interest and suitability in the job post, to reach Principal Investigator, Long-term Coral Reef Monitoring Programme – Lakshadweep, Marine Biology Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, 130 Santhome High Road, Chennai – 600028, till date 09th November-2015.
The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) was established on 1st July, 1916 to promote survey, exploration and research leading to the advancement in our knowledge of various aspects of exceptionally rich life of the erstwhile British Indian Empire. The survey has its genesis in the establishment of the Zoological Section of the Indian Museum at Calcutta in 1875.
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