AUXILIARY SECRETARY FOR THE CALCUTTA AUXILIARY,
THE BIBLE SOCIETY OF INDIA invites applications from residents of West Bengal who are dynamic, result oriented, enterprising and committed to the Bible Cause for the post of
AUXILIARY SECRETARY FOR THE CALCUTTA AUXILIARY, KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL..
The applicant should be an ordained person who should have completed BD/M.Th. along with a secular University Degree from recognized and reputed Universities. He/She should have administrative experience in a senior position in Churches/Christian Organizations. Extensive tour of entire West Bengal would be involved. Candidates should be between 40 and 50 years of age and fluent in Bengali, Hindi and English.
This post is in the salary scale of Rs. 10800-680-17600-760-29000-840-37400.
Additional allowances like
DA - 74% of basic
CCA – Rs. 1500/-
Medical – Rs. 1700/-
Children’s Allowance - Rs. 1500/-
per child for children upto the age of 21 years who are unmarried/unemployed will be paid.
Residential accommodation and a vehicle for official use will also be provided. Age/Salary/Qualification will be relaxed in deserving cases.
Those called for interview will be eligible for actual train/bus fare from the nearest Railway/Bus Station to the place of interview and back by the shortest route plus 10% of the fare towards incidentals.
Application 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 and a passport size photograph should be mailed to
The General Secretary,
Bible Society of India,
LOGOS, 206 Mahatma Gandhi Road,
Bangalore 560 001
in a sealed envelope superscribing “Application for the post of Auxiliary Secretary, Calcutta Auxiliary”, to reach him by October 20, 2020.
Those who are presently working with Churches/Christian Organizations should apply with the endorsement of the concerned Head of the Church/Organization only.
Selected candidates need to undergo a thorough medical examination at own cost in a hospital recommended by the BSI particularly to see if the appointees suffer from any pre-existent illness and whether she/he is fit to take up the position offered.