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Vacancy Number – 66-70/11
RITES Ltd., a premier consultancy organization proposes to recruit suitable technical personnel in the following grades and disciplines to meet their requirements. Applications are invited from dynamic and result oriented professionals for the following posts on regular & permanent absorption basis in the level of Joint General Manager, Senior Deputy General Manager & Dy. General Manager. Candidates have good prospects of growth in the
company. Reservations for SC/ST/OBC/Ex-Serviceman and Physically handicapped persons would be provided as per extant Govt. orders.
- Jt.GM / Sr.DGM Structural (Elevated)
- Jt.GM / Sr.DGM Structural (Cut & Cover)
- Jt.GM / Sr.DGM Structural (Tunnel works)
- Dy.GM Structural (Bridges)
- Dy.GM Structural (Tunnels)
Selection process: The final selection will be through written test and interview of short listed candidates.
1. Candidates selected against VC Nos. 66/11 to 68/11 will be initially posted at Bangalore for Bangalore Metro works. The selection will be held either at Bangalore or Gurgaon.
2. Candidates selected against VC No. 69/11 & 70/11 will be posted under RCE Division/Gurgaon. The selection will be held at Gurgaon.
Candidates fulfilling the criteria laid down for the above should send their applications on the standard application format available on the RITES web site: www.rites.com to
Plot No. 1,
Sector – 29,
Gurgaon – 122001
Last Date: 25.07.2011.
Applications received after due date will not be entertained. The applicants should enclose copies of qualifications and experience certificates, testimonials and a recent passport size photograph. Those employed with Govt. Organizations / Departments if selected will be allowed to join only after they are properly relieved by the parent organization.
Applicants should superscribe on the cover the Vacancy Code No. & Post applied for. Those not conforming to the proforma or without/unclear certificates or having ambiguity may be summarily rejected.