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Technical Officer/Data Analyst/Pharmacist – last date

NRHM – Job Details

Date of posting:
26 Jun 18
NO.SHS(RNTCP)/2018-19/236

Technical
Officer
/Data Analyst/Pharmacist recruitment in  State Tuberculosis Officer (RNTCP)- Meghalaya Shillong

Technical
Officer – Procurement
& Logistics
/1 Post

Qualification: 1. Post-Graduate with minimum 2 years experience in
procurement / logistics / supply chain management in
reputed institute / organization
OR
Post Graduate Diploma in procurement logistics
management
OR
Diploma in Health / Hospital Administration
2. Certificate course in computer operation (minimum
two months)

Preferential Qualification: Experience in RNTCP or
health sector products will be
preferred
MBA (or equivalent) in
procurement and supply
chain management.

Data Analyst/ 1Post

Qualification: 1. Bachelor’s Degree
2. Certificate course in data management or data analyst
OR
Two years experience in data management/ MIS in a reputed
institute/organization


Preferential Qualification: 
One year of work experience
in health/ development
sector.

Pharmacist
(State Drugs
Store)
/1Post

Qualification: Degree/Diploma in Pharmacy 1. 1 year experience in
managing drugs store in a
reputed hospital/health
centre recognized by
Govt.
2. Certificate Course in
computer operation
(Minimum 2 Months)
As per
NHM
Norms
Shillong

Driver /1Post

Qualification: 1. High School certificate
2. Permanent driving license of light motor vehicle

Preferential Qualification: 
1. Driving license for heavy
vehicle.
2. Knowledge of
minor/routine repair of
vehicles.

Age Limit : 55yrs

Shortlisted candidate will be called for written/ personal Interview

Job Summary

Job Type : Full Time
Job Category : Govt Jobs,Diploma,1 to 3 Yr Exp,Tech Support,Analyst / Analytics,Logistics / Transportation
Hiring Process : Face to Face Interview
Who can apply : Freshers

About NRHM

The National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) is a National effort at ensuring effective healthcare through a range of interventions at individual, household, community, and most critically at the health system levels. Despite considerable gains in health status over the past few decades in terms of increased life expectancy, reductions in mortality and morbidity serious challenges still remain. These challenges vary significantly from state to state and even within states.

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