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ONGC Recruitment 2022: Don’t Miss This Big Opportunity; Apply Now & Get Salary up to Rs. 4,80,000

The Oil and Gas Corporation (ONGC), has recently released a notification on its official site, inviting candidates to apply for the position of Junior Consultant. Read the full article to know all the details regarding the vacancy.

Kritika Madhukar
Apply before the 24 July2022
Apply before the 24 July2022

The Oil and Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), Assam asset welcomes competent and experienced retired ONGC workers from Central Workshop, Sivasagar, electrical and mechanical disciplines for junior consultants posts on a contractual basis for a one-year period.

Vacancy Details

Name of the Post- Junior Consultant

Age Limit- Within 65 Years (as on the last date of receipt of application i.e. 24.07.2022)

Experience- Retired ONGC Executives at E1 to E3 Level with at least 15 years of experience in Central Workshop, Sivasagar.

Remuneration/Emolument: For Junior Consultants Up to E3): Total remuneration Rs.40,000/- pm or Rs. 4,80,000 per year (inclusive of all) + Rs.2000/- (Maximum) for Communication facilities against the submission of invoice.

How to Apply?

To apply for the above-mentioned positions, candidates need to visit the official website of ONGC.

  • Upon visiting the site, you will notice a "New and Updates" section.

  • Find Advertisement No.Assam/Jr. Consultant - 2022-23 in the section and click on it.

  • You can now download the official notification.

  • Find the attached application form in the notification.

  • Application attached in the notification format may be sent to the following emails/address- plng_cwssibs@ongc.co.in or swami_sr@ongc.co.in.

  • Eligible candidate(s) can also submit the hardcopy in Person in the Service Contract Cell of CWS, Srivasagar.

Note- The last date of receipt of the application is 24th July 2022.

Roles and Responsibilities During Tenure

  • The Junior Consultant is in charge of thorough supervision and direction in all operations related to capital and specific repair of oil field equipment.

  • Thorough monitoring of all activities in the shop to ensure they are in safe operating condition and in accordance with ONGC's current QHSE rules.

  • Inspection, monitoring, and information exchange in the shop for different day-to-day operations, as well as seamless job execution in collaboration with the Operation Manager/Shop In Charge.

  • Keeping daily activity reports and reporting them to the Operations Manager / Shop In Charge.

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