Southern Naval Command jobs for Tradesman / Tradesman Mate/Multi Tasking Staff in Kochi. Last Date to apply: 01 Jun 2017

Southern Naval Command jobs for Tradesman / Tradesman Mate/Multi Tasking Staff in Kochi. Last Date to apply: 01 Jun 2017
Southern Naval Command jobs for Tradesman / Tradesman Mate/Multi Tasking Staff in Kochi. Last Date to apply: 01 Jun 2017

11 May, 2017

Southern Naval Command jobs for Tradesman / Tradesman Mate/Multi Tasking Staff in Kochi. Last Date to apply: 01 Jun 2017

Tradesman / Tradesman Mate/Multi Tasking Staff  Jobs recruitment in Southern Naval Command On Cntract basis

Industrial Posts

Tradesman / 20 Posts

Qualification: Matric pass or equivalent and NAC certificate in Machinist/ Shipwright/ Rigger/ Electrical Fitter/ Painter/ Welder/ Mechanic

Tradesman Mate / 50 Posts

Qualification:10th pass

Age: 25 yrs

Multi Tasking Staff / 7 Posts

Qualification: Matric pass and proficiency in Mali trade

Civilian Motor Driver /15 Posts

Qualification: Matric pass or equivalent and Heavy Vehicles & Motor Cycles driving licence

Age: 25 yrs

Engine Driver Grade-II /1 Post

Qualification:  Matric pass or equivalent and COC as Engine Driver (2nd class)

Engine Driver /2 Posts

Qualification: Matric pass and should have obtained permit from Mercantile Marine Department for Class III Driver

Topass /1 Post

Qualification: Matric pass and Swimming knowledge

Fireman /1 Post

Qualification: Matric pass or equivalent.

Age: 35 years

Selection Procedure: Written examination shall be called further for skill/ practical tests in relevant trades/ posts.

Hiring Process : Written-test, Face to Face Interview

Job Role : Mechanic / Fitter / Production

How to apply

Application through Registered/ Speed Post to “Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, {for Staff Officer (Civilian Recruitment Cell)}, Headquarters Southern Naval Command, Kochi – 682 004”, superscribe the top of envelope with “Application for the Post of ___________ and Category ___________” details.

Closing date for receipt of application : 1st June 2017.

(Ref: Malayalamanoram Thozhilveethy, Dated: 13th May 2017)

About Southern Naval Command
Naval Diplomacy entails the use of naval forces in support of foreign policy objectives to build ‘bridges of friendship’ and strengthen international cooperation on the one hand, and to signal capability and intent to deter potential adversaries on the other. The larger purpose of the navy’s diplomatic role is to favourably shape the maritime environment in the furtherance of national interests, in consonance with the foreign policy and national security objectives. Navies inherently lean towards performing a diplomatic role on account of two characteristics.
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