PANCHDEEP BHAWAN, C.I.G. MARG, NEW DELHI-110002.
Recruitment of Social Security Officers / Managers Grade-II/ Superintendent 2010-11
Online Applications (through website of ESIC at www.esic.nic.in) are invited for filling up the following vacancies of Social Security Officers / Managers Grade-II / Superintendents in the pay band of (PB-2) 9300-34800 (Grade Pay Rs.4600) with allowances as admissible to Central Government employees
in similar pay band.
Age Limit: - Between 21 to 27 years (as on 31-01-2011). Upper age limit is relaxable for SC candidates up to 05 years, for OBC candidates up to 03 years. Upper age limit is also relaxable for ESIC employees, Govt. Servants, Physically Handicapped & Ex. Service Man as per rules.
Essentia l :
i. A degree of a recognized University (Preference will be given to the graduates in Commerce/ Law/ Management).
ii. Working knowledge of computer including use of Office Suites & data base.
Desirable: Three years service in a Govt. Organization or Corporation or Govt. Undertaking or Local Body or Scheduled Bank etc.
How to apply: - Only System Generated Applications (through website of ESIC) along with the required necessary document in an envelope super scribed “Application for the post of Social Security Officers / Manager Grade-II / Superintendent” should be submitted at the following address:-
Post Bag No. 29
Okhla Industrial Estate Post Office
New Delhi – 110 020
For complete details visit: www.esic.nic.in
About ESI Act
The promulgation of Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 envisaged an integrated need based social insurance scheme that would protect the interest of workers in contingencies such as sickness, maternity, temporary or permanent physical disablement, death due to employment injury resulting in loss of wages or earning capacity. the Act also guarantees reasonably good medical care to workers and their immediate dependants.
Following the promulgation of the ESI Act the Central Govt. set up the ESI Corporation to administer the Scheme. The Scheme, thereafter was first implemented at Kanpur and Delhi on 24th February 1952. The Act further absolved the employers of their obligations under the Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 and Workmen’s Compensation Act 1923. The benefit provided to the employees under the Act are also in conformity with ILO conventions.
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