Deputy Manager

Posted on 19-Jan-2017 by : Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB)
Kerala
4-5 Lakhs
Full-Time

Job Summary

5 Openings
General Management
Agriculture/Dairy/forestry
Post Graduation

Job Description

The Government of Kerala, the Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 5 Deputy Manager Post’s vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Deputy Manager posting, are eligible to apply for Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) Deputy Manager Recruitment 2016-17.

Educational qualification for the Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) recruitment 2017 must have completed in B.VSc. with M.VSc plus relevant experience from a recognized University Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) recruitment 2017. The age limit minimum 36yrs (31 Jan 2016)

Name of the Organization: Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB)

Official Website: www.kerala.gov.in

Location: Kerala

Name of the Post (Designation): Deputy Manager

 Total Number of Vacancies: 5 Posts

Age Limit: 36 years

Educational Qualification: B.VSc. with M.VSc plus relevant experience

Pay Scale: Rs.39000/-

Selection Processes: Interview

Application Fee: Rs.150/- for SC/St Candidates and Rs.750/- for other candidates

Application Procedure: Download Application Form and Send Hard Copy by registered/speed post before 25th Jan 2017

 Imp Dates:

Last Date of Online Application: 25th Jan 2017


Roles & Responsibilities

    Deputy Managers usually work for or assist a General Manager (GM). They take over when the GM is not available and share in their responsibilities. They help to motivate staff, handle administrative duties, and perform human resource tasks, such as recruiting and assessing staff performance


Company Profile

The Kerala Livestock Development Board Ltd. was established in the year 1976. The development of the livestock sector has proved to be very important, as it is the major livelihood of over a million households. Established with the sole aim of evolving a new breed of cattle suitable for the state, the KLDB has now come a long way bringing in new technology and prosperity to this sector. The several bull stations, semen banks, breeding centers for pigs, goat and cattle, progeny testing units, training centers and a number of other centers show the progress that it has made in its three decades of existence.

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