Wildlife Institute of India WII

Manager Jobs in Dehradun - Wildlife Institute of India (WII)

Dehradun
MVSc
Last Date to Apply: 26-08-2019
Manager - Job Details Date of Posting: 29-07-2019

Manager  job vacancies in Wildlife Institute of India (WII) 

Applications are invited from eligible in-service Veterinary Officers working in Universities/ Institutions/ State/Central Governments for filling up of 01 (One) post of Manager


Scientist – E

Qualifications : Masters’ Degree in Veterinary Sciences with a minimum of 13 years of Service.

Pay Matrix :  Level 13 (Rs. 1,23,100-2,15,900/-)

Scientist – F

Qualifications : Masters’ Degree in Veterinary Sciences with a minimum of 14 years of Service.

Pay Matrix :  Level 13A (Rs. 1,31,100-2,16,600/-)

Desirable :  Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences/Animal Physiology/ Immunology/ Life Sciences/Animal Sciences. Experience in Animal reproduction/bird husbandry. Candidate with experience in managing captive animal facilities and medical care of wildlife shall be preferred. Preference to candidates having experience/exposure and practice/training in bird (bustard) Breeding Husbandry will be given.

Age Limit :  Not exceeding 55 years as on last date of receipt of application.


How To Apply ForManager  job vacancies in Wildlife Institute of India (WII) 

Application should reach the office of Director, Wildlife Institute of India, Chandrabani, Dehradun – 248 001 latest by Monday, 26th August 2019 in an envelope super-scribed with ‘Application for the post of Veterinary Scientist on deputation for the GIB-CBC’.



 
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About Wildlife Institute of India WII

Established in 1982, Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is an internationally acclaimed Institution, which offers training program, academic courses and advisory in wildlife research and management. The Institute is actively engaged in research across the breadth of the country on biodiversity related issues. The Institute's idyllic campus that has been carefully developed to create state of the art infrastructure encourages scholarly work.