Job for Doping Control Officers, Blood collection Officers in National Anti Doping Agency
National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) was set up as registered society under the Societies Registration Act of 1890 on November 24, 2005 with a mandate for Dope free sports in India. The primary objectives are to implement anti-doping rules as per WADA code, regulate dope control programme, to promote education and research and creating awareness about doping and its ill effects.
Post : Doping Control Officers (DCO) & Blood collection Officers (BCO) (Male & Female)
To carry out sample collection process as per guidelines of WAD A and conduct anti doping awareness program as required.
Rs 1000/- per day for upto 5 samples in a day and additional samples will be paid at Rs. 100/- each with a maximum ceiling to Rs. 1500/- would be admissible in a day. AC III tier train/AC bus fare would be provided by the shortest route in case the travelling distance is more than 100 kms.
• Reimbursement for travelling by Volvo AC bus not allowed.
Eligibility Conditions & Qualifications
DCO: Degree in Science from a recognized University/ Institution.
BCO: Degree in Nursing/ Medical Lab Technology OR MBBS/BDS Graduate from recognized University /Institutions.
• Working knowledge of computer is desirable.
• Those who are working in State/Centre Govt., organizations
/Central or State Autonomous bodies/undertaking of any Govt. Institutions as a Medical Officer/ Pharmacist/Nurses/Faculty/ Lecturer/Lab Technician will be preferred.
Age Limit: Maximum 45 years, Minimum 25 years
1.Candidates may submit their applications on plain paper with details, viz.. Name, DOB, Father’s Name, Qualification, Details of current employment, e-mail address, Contact number. Permanent Address and total experience and the city interested in for work etc., accompanied with attested copies of certificates and passport size photograph duly pasted and attested on the application form.
2. Applications received after the closing date of the advertisement will not be entertained and incomplete applications are liable to be rejected.
3. Mere submission of application by the candidate does not confer any right upon them to be called for interview.
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