National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research
(An Autonomous Society under the MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES, Govt. of India)
Headland Sada, Vasco-da-Gama, Goa – 403 804.
Information:-The National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research (NCAOR), an autonomous Society under
the Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India, is looking for prospective candidates for filling up of 02 nos. positions of Research Associate-I, under the scientific projects “Cryosphere and Climate” and “Microbial Diversity of Antarctica”. The positions are purely temporary on a contract basis, initially for a period of one year. Candidates fulfilling the prescribed eligibility conditions are invited to attend a walk-in-interview at National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research, Headland Sada on 23rd July 2018 (Monday). The details of the posts are as follows:
Jobs Post On:- 10 July 2018
Last Date:-23 July 2018
No. Of Post:- 01 Post
Name of the Post:– Research Associate-I “Cryosphere and Climate”
Consolidated Emoluments:- Rs. 36000/- +(HRA)
Essential educational qualification and experience:- i) Master’s degree in Marine Science or equivalent degree in the relevant subject from a recognized university.
(ii) Three years of relevant Research & Development experience in microbial ecology and biogeochemistry of coastal supraglacial ecosystems, as evidenced by publication(s) in peer-review journals.
Job Requirement:-To play an active role in all facets of the microbial diversity project through participation in polar expeditions, data acquisition/analysis/interpretation, and publication.
(Registration will start from 09:00 a.m to 11:00 a.m. An interview will start from 10:00 a.m onwards)
How To Apply:- All candidates are required to bring the original documents related to educational qualifications, date of birth, work experience, caste etc. Duly attested copies of all the documents must be submitted with the Bio-data (as per enclosed Application Form). One self-attested recent passport size photograph should be pasted in the appropriate place in the bio-data.
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