RITES is Looking for Assistant Manager (Ecology and Biodiversity)

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RITES Ltd., a Mini Ratna Central Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of Railways, Govt. of India is in urgent need of dynamic and hard working professional for the position of Assistant Manager (Ecology and Biodiversity). RITES Ltd. is a premier multi-disciplinary consultancy organization in the fields of transport, infrastructure and related technologies.

The eligibility for the post is that the candidate should have a full time first class Post-Graduate Degree in Ecology (/Environmental Studies),Botany or Zoology or Forestry. In addition, the candidate should have 5 years of post-graduation experience. The latter is defined as follows:

Candidate should have a minimum of 5 years experience in Environmental Impact Assessment in the field of ecology & biodiversity with category ‘A’ NABET accreditation as Functional Area Expert in ecology & biodiversity. All other factors of qualification and performance being equal, preference will be given to EIA coordinator accredited by NABET.

After screening of documents, suitable number of eligible candidates shall be called for selection. The appointment shall be purely on contract basis initially for a period of one year, extendable until completion of the assignment subject to mutual consent and satisfactory performance. Selected candidates shall be liable for posting anywhere in India as per Company requirements.

Candidates have to apply online through the RITES website (Click here to open the form and apply).

Last date of online registration for this position is 03.11.2016.
Last date of submission of hard copy of documents: 15.11.2016.

Click here to download complete information about this position on the RITES website.

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