DistrictAgriculture Marketing Coordinator (DAMC) job recruitment in Assam Rural Infrastructure and Agricultural Services Society
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Qualifications : Graduate Degree in Agriculture or allied Science followed by a Post-Graduation in Agribusiness/ Agribusiness Management /Agricultural Marketing & Cooperation/ Agribusiness Economics/ Agricultural Economics/ Rural Management/ Rural Development/ Marketing or a closely related field from any recognized University/ approved Institution.
Experience : At least 3 (three) years of professional experience in Agricultural Marketing, Agribusiness and Value Chain Development, specifically in the development of market linkages and working experience in the establishment of Agriculture & Horticulture based institutions and operations of marketing enterprises by farmer organizations, Agri entrepreneurs etc.
Computer Skills : The DAMC must have experience of using Internet based applications, using and working with advanced word processing/spreadsheet including MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power Point and other related applications. Language proficiency: Good knowledge of written & spoken English and Hindi.
Remuneration : Rs. 6.60 Lakh to Rs. 10.80 Lakh per year. However the Remuneration will be around 30% hike on the last drawn CTC of the applicants, subject to the above indicative range.
Age Limit : The maximum age of the candidate should be 45 years as on 1st June 2019.
How To Apply ForDistrictAgriculture Marketing Coordinator (DAMC) job recruitment in Assam Rural Infrastructure and Agricultural Services Society
Interested and eligible Candidates (from India) having the essential qualification and experience may directly Walk-In for Interview on 18th June 2019 (Tuesday) between 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the office of the ARIAS Society, Agriculture Complex, Khanapara, G.S. Road, Guwahati- 781022. At the discretion of SPD, ARIAS Society, candidates arriving after 12.30 PM on the date of Walk-in-Interview will not be considered/entertained for the selection process.
Government of Assam created the Assam Rural Infrastructure and Agricultural Services Society (ARIASS) in November 1998, as an autonomous body, headed by the Chief Secretary, Assam, as its President (Project Guidance Council) and the Agriculture Production Commissioner, Assam as the Chairman (Governing Body). The Project Coordination Unit (PCU) is the head quarter of the Society, which is headed by a State Project Director. The key mandate of the Society is to manage, coordinate, implement World Bank aided projects and any other externally funded projects as authorized by the State Government, and to monitor the implementation performance of the line departments of the projects.