Cabinet Secretariat Jobs in Establishment Division Islamabad 2020 latest

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Cabinet Secretariat Jobs in Establishment Division Islamabad 2020 Applications are invited for the positions of Assistant, Statistical Assistant, Research Assistant, IT Assistant, Stenotypist, Upper Division Clerk, and Lower Division Clerk. This jobs advertise in express newspaper on 20 September 2020.

Cabinet Secretariat Jobs in Establishment Division Islamabad

  • News paper name: Express
  • Posted On: September 20, 2020
  • Education: Matric, Intermediate, graduate
  • Department: Establishment Division
  • job Location: Pakistan, Islamabad
  • Last Date: October 05, 2020
  • Address: Section Officer (Admn-II), Establishment Division (Main) Room No. 1115-J, Cabinet Block, Islamabad

Vacant Positions name:

  • Assistant (BPS-15)
  • Statistical Assistant (BPS-15)
  • Research Assistant (BPS-15)
  • IT Assistant (BPS-15)
  • Stenotypist (BPS-14)
  • Upper Division Clerk (BPS-11)
  • Lower Division Clerk (BPS-09)

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Qualification: Middle, Matric, Intermediate (FA/FSc) and graduate
  • age limits 18 to 30

Cabinet Secretariat Establishment Division Vacancies 2020

Cabinet Secretariat Jobs in Establishment Division Islamabad

How to Apply?

  • Download Application Form: CLICK HERE
  • The Interested candidates should the submit application form with required the documents along with an attested copy of CNIC and two colored passport size photographs within 15 days of publication of this advertisement to the Section Officer (Admn-II), Establishment Division (Main) Room No.1115-J, Cabinet Block, Islamabad. at given the address before closing the date.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be called for test/ interview
  • Incomplete/ OR Late received applications will not be entertained
  • No TA/DA will be admissible for test/interview.
  • Government employees should apply through proper the channel.

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