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Audiologist / Speech Language Pathologist Jobs in Mumbai - Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)

Mumbai
MSc
Last Date to Apply: 27-05-2019
Audiologist / Speech Language Pathologist - Job Details Date of Posting: 23-05-2019

Recruitment for Audiologist & Speech Language Pathologist 

Qualification & Experience : MASLP (Master in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology OR M.Sc.(ASLP) with 60%marks in Audiology/Speech Pathology. 

Experience : At least 1 year work experience after postgraduation. 

Candidates who have experience in dealing with pediatric speech language disorders, voice disorders and adult neuro-communication disorders will be given preference. 

No. of posts: 1

Age limit :Not more than 35 years as on 1.1.2019 – relaxable in deserving cases. 


Honorarium: Rs.1191/-per hour plus incidental expenses of Rs.375/- per visit & subject to maximum of Rs.3000/


How To Apply ForRecruitment for Audiologist & Speech Language Pathologist 

Candidates may collect blank proforma of application from DA Office Ist floor, Administrative building, BARC Hospital. 

NOTE: Candidate should bring original certificates of educational qualification (SSC, HSC, School leaving certificate,  passing, marksheets, 3 months practical training certificate, valid registration and experience) and one set of attested copies of certificates and one passport size photograph. Divisional Office in the hospital will not attest the certificates.

Day & Date of Interview and Time of Interview: Monday 27/05/2019 at 1000 hrs.

Venue: 
Conference Room No.2, Ground floor, BARC Hospital, Anushakti Nagar, Mumbai 400 094 .

About Bhabha Atomic Research Centre BARC

The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) is India's premier nuclear research facility based in Trombay, Mumbai. BARC is a multi-disciplinary research centre with extensive infrastructure for advanced research and development covering the entire spectrum of nuclear science, engineering and related areas. BARC's core mandate is to sustain peaceful applications of nuclear energy, primarily for power generation.