Junior Marine Engineer, Jobs & Vacancy in Engineering at Kolkata Port Trust, Kolkata May 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited for the following posts :
Junior Marine Engineer
Pay Scale: Rs.25,590/-P.M.
Age limit : 50 Years
Eligibility Conditions: Ex.Navy candidate possessing training and experience equivalent to apprenticeship training from Marine Workshop with eligibility to appear in Part “A” of Second Class Engineer’s Examination of MOT. Preference will be given to candidates with sea experience or with practical experience on diesel vessels.public sector recruitment
How To Apply: Director, Marine Department, Kolkata Port Trust, 15, Strand Road, Kolkata-700001.
i) The candidate must possess the following qualifications andexperience:- Ex.Navy candidate possessing training and experience equivalent toapprenticeship training from Marine Workshop with eligibility to appearin Part “A” of Second Class Engineer’s Examination of MOT. Preferencewill be given to candidates with sea experience or with practicalexperience on diesel vessels.
ii) The selected candidate should not be over 50 years as on 1st June2012.
iii) The engagement from the empanelled list as per requirement of KoPTwill be for a period of one year. On expiry of the said period, thecontractual engagement will be automatically terminated. However, onexpiry of the contract, KoPT reserves the right to enter into a freshcontract for such period and on such terms and conditions as may bemutually agreed upon.
iv) The engaged candidate will be deployed on any vessel under KoPT for26 days in a month. He will be responsible for assisting the ChiefEngineer in maintenance and upkeep of the vessel, management of thecrew on board and other allied jobs and report to the EngineerSuperintendent. The engaged candidate will be provided free messingand lodging during stay on board the vessel.
v) The engaged candidate will be paid a fixed consolidated remunerationof Rs.25, 590/- only per month (Rupees Twenty five thousand fivehundred ninety) only per month.
vi) The engaged candidate may avail of KoPT accommodation(unfurnished) on payment of license fee/rent, as applicable.
vii) The engaged candidate will have to be attached to the respectivevessel throughout the period of engagement except for his weeklydays of rest. He will be normally entitled to a weekly off day. For workon any weekly off day or declared holiday in exigency, the candidatewill be granted a compensatory day of rest conveniently in lieu thereofbut he will not be entitled to any other compensation, monetary orotherwise for the same.
Tentative Last Date:22-06-2012
About the organization:
Commissioned in 1870 Kolkata Port has recently celebrated its 141st birthday. The journey of the Port continues through the tortuous process of ebb and tide, expectancy and despair, intricately woven with the varying draft/ siltation of the river Hooghly as it continues to adapt and re-engineer itself in newer locales and functions.Kolkata, the first Major Port of India, was once the premier port of the country but since 1966-67 faced a steady decline in its fortunes being relegated to third, fourth, fifth and sixth positions. However due to wholehearted efforts of all, there had been a steady flourish in cargo and vessel handling and in different spheres of Port activity from 2004-05 to 2007-08 when our only riverine Port was positioned in the second and third slots respectively, competing with other sea ports of the country.There prevailed a slight lull since 2008-09 with some adverse geo-morphological changes in the river regime, a general economic downturn and a flight of POL Crude cargo to a neighbouring port. In 2010-11 we handled 47.545 million tonnes of cargo with the distinction of handling the highest number of vessels. We stand third both in Coking Coal and Container handling and also had the distinction of having registered the highest growth of POL traffic
Kolkata Port Trust
15, Strand Road, Kolkata-700001.
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