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Ministry of Finance MOF Job Circular 2018

Ministry of Finance MOF Job Circular 2018

Manpower recruitment Ministry of Internal Affairs under the Ministry of Finance.

A total of 15 people will be appointed in four posts in different grades. All Bangladeshi citizens can apply for different positions.

Job Title

The manned recruitment will be made for the short circuit cum computer operators, cashiers, office assistant cum computer printers and office assistants.

Number of terms

Ministry of Finance 15 candidates will be appointed in four posts.

Qualifications

Higher Secondary / Secondary pass candidates, including graduate/equivalent degree pass from any recognized university, can apply for different posts.

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Some positions require computer-driving skills. Candidates aged between 18 and 30 years will be required to apply for all posts.

Pay scale

For different posts, salary wages will be given in different grades (13, 14, 16 and 20) according to National Pay Scale-2015.

Application rules

Interested candidates must complete the application through online (http://ird.teletalk.com.bd). The entire process of the application is mentioned in the notice.

Application deadline

Online submission of application and fee will be started on December 1, 2018, at 10 am and last time 15 December 2018 pm 5 pm.

Source:

Internal Resources Division website

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Ministry of Finance MOF Job Circular 2018
Ministry of Finance MOF Job Circular 2018
Ministry Of Finance Job Circular 2018
Ministry of Finance MOF Job Circular 2018
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