(JOBS) Various Job Vacancies For R&D, Engineering At IIT Bombay
Various Job Vacancies For R&D, Engineering At IIT Bombay
Institute profile: IITs have a reputation to be the
best institutes of technology in the country. They provide excellent facilities
and variety of courses. They offer a variety of areas to carry out the research
and development work.
Job profile: The candidates will be working on various projects.
Research Assistant (aerospace engineering department) –
The candidates will be required to create course content, reference manuals,
System Administrator – Managing various networking resources used in various projects. Research Assistant (Chemical Engineering) – The candidates are required to manage satellite/leased lines and work on troubleshooting of VSATs etc.
Technical Assistant (Chemical engineering) – The candidates will be working on video transcription. Senior Research Fellow (Metallurgical and Material science) – The candidates will be dealing with the study of polymers.
Educational Qualifications: A candidate must be a BE/B.TECH with a good knowledge of python, Linux, managing DNS with a relevant experience. For SRF a candidate must be an M.TECH in polymer or fiber sciences or material sciences.
No. of posts: There are 23 posts in total which are distributed as -10 posts for RA and 2 for SA in aerospace engineering department. There are 5 posts for RA and 5 posts for TA in chemical engineering department and 1 post for SRF.
Pay scale: For RA and SA it is Rs16800-25000 per month, Rs9800 per month + HRA for TA and Rs14000 per month + HRA for the SRF.
Selection procedure: The candidates will be selected through an interview process held by a selection team. The selection will be purely on the basis of merit.
How to apply: The candidates are required to apply in the prescribed format given on the website. The candidates must send their applications to the Assistant Registrar (R&D Office), IRCC Wing, SJMSOM Building, IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai – 400076
The last date for the receipt of applications is 31st August 2009.
For details visit www.ircc.iitb.ac.in