Inland Waterways Authority of India

Chief Accounts Officer Jobs in Noida - Inland Waterways Authority of India

Noida
B.Com,CA
Last Date to Apply: 15-12-2020
Chief Accounts Officer - Job Details Date of Posting: 07-11-2020

Inland Waterways Authority of India jobs for Chief Accounts Officer in Noida


Employment Notice No. IWAI-17011/52/2020-Admin Rectt Dated 02/11/2020


Chief Accounts Officer /1 Post

Level 12 in the pay matrix (Pre-revised PB3 Rs. 15600-39100 GP Rs. 7600) 

Eligibility Criteria : Officers under the Central / State Govt. / Statutory or Autonomous Bodies / Public Sector Undertaking. a) Holding analogous post on regular basis OR Holding post in Level-11 in the pay Matrix (Pre-revised PB-3 Rs. 15600-39100+ GP Rs. 6600) with 5 years regular service in the post; or Holding post in Level-10 in the Pay Matrix (Prerevised PB-3 Rs. 15600-39100+GP Rs. 5400) with 10 years regular service in the Grade. b) Period of deputation including the period of deputation on another post shall not exceed 5 years. Education Qualification : a) Degree of a recognized University with professional qualification of passing of Final Exam of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India or of the Institute of Cost & Works Accountants, or the SAS Commercial Examination of the Indian Audit & Accounts Department or member of any of the organized Audit & Accounts/Defense Accounts Service. Desirable : A Degree or Diploma in Business Management. Age Limit: Not exceeding 56 years on the closing date of application.


How To Apply 

Interested candidates possessing requisite qualifications and experience may send their applications to Assistant Secretary (Admn. & Rectt.),IWAI, Noida; so as to reach within 45 days from the date of publication of this advertisement in Employment News, or by 15/12/2020

About Inland Waterways Authority of India

India has an extensive network of inland waterways in the form of rivers, canals, backwaters and creeks. The total navigable length is 14,500 km, out of which about 5200 km of the river and 4000 km of canals can be used by mechanised crafts.