Vacancy open for IT Officer

Vacancy open for IT Officer: Notice from the Women’s Cooperative Society Limited on the invitation to apply for the position of information technology officer. The position is for an information technology officer (IT Officer) with Mahila Sahakari Sanstha Ltd.’s Women Microcredit Project Working Committee. Due to the need that the post is filled through an open competition and be a permanent employee for the length of the project, interested Nepali residents with the following credentials are encouraged to submit applications within 15 days of the date this notice was published.

The institution’s headquarters office in Kuleshwar is where the application form may be picked up. On submission of the application form, the examination fee will also be submitted to the institution’s banking office under account number 01112000002, along with the voucher form.

Short details about the vacancy post:

Job Title IT Officer
Number of vacancies 1 (One)
Academic Qualification BE in IT Officer Computer Engineering, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science & Information Technology, or a Graduate Degree in Information Technology from an accredited university are acceptable qualifications.
Process of Selection Interview and Written Examination
Requirements for Eligibility Those who can work in information technology, server management, networking, and credit information management of microfinance institutions and who possess a Moter Cycle license would be given special consideration.
Age limit Finished at age 21 and not older than 35. Female candidates must be at least 21 years old and not more than 40.
Salary The pay will be Rs. 47,677 per month during the trial period and Rs. 69,677 per month if the position is permanent.
Application fee 500\-
The trial period 6 Month
Contact date 17 Ashwin 2079
For more information, view the Notice Below: Vacancy open for IT Officer
Mahila sahakari sastha limited

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