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ASSOCIATE AUXILIARY SECRETARY to be stationed in Portblair
THE BIBLE SOCIETY OF INDIA invites applications from residents of ANDMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS, who are dynamic, result oriented, enterprising and committed to the Bible Cause for the post of ASSOCIATE AUXILIARY SECRETARY to be stationed in Portblair. The applicant should be an ordained minister of the Church who should have completed BD/M.Th. along with a secular University Degree from and reputed Universities. He/She should have administrative experience in a senior position in Churches/Christian Organizations. Extensive tour of entire ANDMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS would be involved. Candidates should be between 40 and 50 years of age and fluent in Bengali, English and Hindi.
This post is in the salary scale of :
Rs. 10200-600-16200-680-26400-760-34000 plus other allowances :
DA-74% of basic
House Rent - Rs. 9,000/-
Island Allowance -Rs. 1,500/-
Medical - Rs. 1,700/-
Conveyance - Rs. 4,300/-.
Children’s Allowance of Rs. 1,500/- p.m. per child for children upto the age of 21 years who are unemployed/unmarried.
Age/Salary will be relaxed in deserving cases.
Applications on plain paper with detailed resume including age, education, training, experience, salary now drawing and expected, contact details, Church background etc., along with copies of certificates/testimonials, two reference letters, a health certificate from a government certified doctor and a passport size photograph should be mailed to the
Bible Society of India,
LOGOS # 206 Mahatma Gandhi Road,
Bangalore – 560 001
in a sealed envelope superscribing “Application for the post of Associate Auxiliary Secretary”, to reach him by Febuary 29, 2020
Those who are presently working with Churches/Christian Organizations should apply with the endorsement of the concerned Head of the Church/Organization only. The selected candidate needs to undergo a thorough medical examination in a hospital recommended by the BSI at own cost, particularly to see if the appointee suffers from any illness and whether she/he is fit to take up the position offered.