The Government of Thiruvananthapuram, the Kerala Road Fund Board has issued a notification for the recruitment of4 General Manager, AGM, Administrative officer and Administrative Assistant posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for General Manager, AGM, Administrative officer and Administrative Assistant posting, are eligible to apply for Kerala Road Fund Board General Manager, AGM, Administrative officer and Administrative Assistant Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Kerala Road Fund Board recruitment 2017 must have completed Graduating Engineer, Kerala Road Fund Board Recruitment 2017. The age limit should be Maximum 60 years. Selection processes will be based on written exam and personal interview.
Name of the Organization: Kerala Road Fund Board
Official Website: www.krfb.org
Name of the Post (Designation): General Manager, AGM, Administrative officer and Administrative Assistant
Total Number of Vacancies: 4
Age Limit: Maximum 60 years
Educational Qualification: Graduation
Selection Procedure: Written Exam/ Interview
General Manager: 70,000/- per month
AGM: 60,000/- per month
Administrative officer: 70,000/- per month
Administrative Assistant: 45,000/- per month
Application Mode: offline
Last Date of Online Application: 25th January 2017
The Chief Executive Officer,
Kerala Road Fund Board,
Mayooram No. 7,
Thiruvananthapuram - 695 003
General Manager of administration is responsible for overseeing all administrative functions in your business. A major part involves leading and directing employees. She delegates administrative tasks, such as accounting, paperwork and payroll, while giving you the freedom to deal with other issues.
Kerala Road Fund Board, established in 2001 by the Government of Kerala, is a funding agency for providing financial assistance to the transport facility projects in the state, Kerala Road Fund Board plays a pivotal role in the overall infrastructure development of Kerala. Requirement of a professional and statutory body to take up the fund management of Kerala State Public Works Department has given shape to the Kerala Road Fund Board (KRFB). Constituted primarily to oversee and manage non-budgetary funds and to organise such funds for developing and maintaining roads and other related infrastructure. For mobilizing greater non-budgetary resources with the help of greater private sector partnership, the KRFB is entrusted with the responsibility of implementing development