Officer/ Sr. Officer (Finance) in INDIAN RARE EARTHS LIMITED
Indian Rare Earths Ltd. (IREL) is a Govt. of India undertaking, Mini Ratna category- 1 company under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) incorporated on August 18,1950, having its Corporate Office at Mumbai and is operating its beach sand mining and mineral separation plants at Chavara (Kerala), Manavalakurichi (Tamilnadu) & Orissa Sands Complex (OSCOM) (Odisha) with installed capacity to produce 5,10,000 ton per annum (TPA) of ilmenite and also associated minerals such as rutile, zircon, sillimanite, garnet etc. IREL has also set up a Chemical Plant at Odisha to produce about 11,000 ton Rare Earth Chloride and associated products and High Pure Rare Earths (HPRE) plant at RED, Aluva to produce separated Rare Earth Oxide/Carbonates. IREL is also in the process of facilitation, setting up of industry in value chain of minerals produced other than expanding its existing capacity in near future. In the process of expansion, IREL has also setup a joint venture with Odisha Industrial Development Corporation (IDCOL). Further details about the company are available in the website – http://www.irel.co.in.
In order to support the future growth and transformation challenges, we invite applications from experienced, energetic and dynamic persons for the post of Officer/Sr. Officer (Finance) through Online Applications Mode as per details given below:-
Opening date and time for On-line Registration of Applications – 23.03.2019, 10.00 hrs
Closing date and time of On-line Submission of Applications – 12.04.2019, 23.00 hrs
Date of downloading of Admit Cards- 06.06.2019 onwards
Date of Written Examination- 16.06.2019 (Tentative)
Downloading of Call letters for Interview – Will be intimated later
Date of Interview – Will be intimated later
DETAILS OF VACANCIES AND QUALIFICATION REQUIRED
Name of the Posts – Officer/Sr. Officer (Finance)
Qualification – Qualified Chartered Accountant (CA)/Cost Accountant(CMA)
B.com (Three years regular full time course) and MBA (Finance) (Two years regular full time course) with at least 60 % marks.