Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), an attached office of the Planning Commission, Government of India issued notification inviting applications for recruitment to 5 posts of Section Officer in Headquarters/ RO Delhi on deputation basis. Interested officers should send their applications to UIDAI, New Delhi office so as to reach the concerned authority on or before 20 November 2014.
Last date for receipt of applications at UIDAI, New Delhi office: 20 November 2014
1. Section Officer: 5 posts
Pay Scale: Pay Band II of Rs.9300- 34800 with Grade Pay of Rs.4800 per month
Type of recruitment: on Deputation basis
Period of deputation: three years extendable by two years, if required.
Job location: Headquarters/ Delhi.
Maximum age limit: not exceed 56 years (for appointment by deputation)
Eligibility criterion: Officers of Central Government/ State Governments /PSUs/UTs Autonomous bodies holding analogous post in the same scale of pay in the parent cadre OR having 5 years of work experience in the Grade Pay of Rs.4200 with excellent Computer skills.
Experience: Minimum 2 years experience in administration/ establishment/ budgeting/ procurement/ planning and policy formulation of Government schemes and projects.
How to Apply: Interested and eligible officers, who can be spared from services immediately on selection, should forward their applications along with copies of required documents to ‘The ADG(Estt), Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), Planning Commission, 2nd Floor, Tower 1, Jeevan Bharti Building, Cannaught Place, New Delhi-110 001’ so as to reach the concerned authority on or before 20 November 2014.
Cadre authorities/ Head of Departments are requested to forward applications of eligible and willing officers through proper channel, accompanied by relevant documents.
On the envelope carrying the application candidates should mention ‘Application for the post of Section Officer in UIDAI at Delhi’.
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