Full-Time JIET Group seeking for Professors, Nursing Tutors and HR Executive
JIET Group hiring for Professors, Nursing Tutors and HR Executive
JIET Group of Institutions, Approvals: AICTE, INC, NCHMCT- Affiliation: RTU, BTU, RUHS. Four Courses Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA).
– JIET Group of Institutions, Jodhpur is an assemblage of top ranked Engineering, Management, Nursing and Hotel Management Institutions at Jodhpur – Rajasthan, imparting state of the art vocational education since 2003. We are looking for well qualified and experienced candidates for the following full time positions.
Post Names: Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor
Post Names: Principal, Nursing Tutors
Qualification for above position is in accordance with statutory body norms.
Post Name: HR Executive (MBA with relevant experience)
Qualification and salary for various positions will be as per statutory bodies norms. Attractive perks (DA, LTA, Group Insurance, Free Transport or On Campus Accommodation). Interested candidates are advised to send their detailed CV along with testimonials through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org latest by Wednesday September 26th, 2018.
Website:- www.jieljodhpur.ac.inCampus Address:
JIET Universe, NH-65. Mogra,
Pali Road, Jodhpur – 342 802 (Rajasthan)
Phone:- 0291-2868152/53, 98292-39771
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