Good news for government job seekers


Good news for government job seekers!!!

There is good news for those looking for government jobs. NABARD Consultancy services (NABCONS) has opened the position of Chief Information and Technology Officer. NABARD has requested applicants to carefully read the requirements and information below to fill this position. According to NABARD, the deadline for applying is July 8, 2022. For more details, you can visit NABCONS official website https://www.nabcons.com/. The NABARD Consultancy Services (NABCONS) selection process will be based on tests and interviews, during which the shortlisted candidates will be hired in Maharashtra.

Director of Information and Technology Contact Information

Nabsanrakshan Trustee Company Private Limited, a 100% subsidiary of the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, is recruiting an Information and Technology Manager (01 post) as a Project Consultant . NABARD Consultancy services (NABCONS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of NABARD (http://www.nabcons.com), a well-known consultancy firm in the field of agriculture and rural development.

Workplace: NABARD Head office Building, Plot No. C24 G Block 3rd Floor C Wing Bandra Kurla Complex Bandra (East), Mumbai, 400051 Maharashtra.

Studies diploma: B.Tech/BE

Post-qualification: Minimum of 08 years of experience in IT with a specialization in basic banking solutions, alternative distribution channels, application development, network and communication channels and data center management, data warehouse/big data analytics, IT security and technology risk management. Must have experience applying SDLC/Agile methodology

Remuneration: Chief Information and Technology Officer Rs. 1.45 lakh (negotiable)

Salary: Rs 1,45,000 per month

Age limit: 40 years maximum

Only shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview. Please note that NABCONS will not cover travel expenses for the interview. Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered and will be rejected.

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