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Pakistan Cricket BOARD- Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad & Rawalpindi Jobs |July 2018

Pakistan Cricket BOARD

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Pakistan Cricket Board, engaged in promoting and developing the game of cricket
in Pakistan and maintaining general control of the game, is seeking young, talented
and dynamic individuals to work anywhere in the Pakistan for the following positions:

DEPUTY CURATOR (Total=05 Posts: Karachi,Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi &Abbottabad)

Candidate should posses at least B.Sc (Hons.) or M.Sc (Hons.) Agriculture preferable specialization in Soil Science & Agronomy. He will perform conventional duties of curator (construction, up-gradation, maintenance of pitches/ outfield and other related works). He must have requisite knowledge/ experience of soil, water, grass, fertilizers and pesticides etc. The candidate must have the knowledge of MS Office & report writing skills. Ex-cricketers (Test/ Obis/ First Class) with similar knowledge/ expertise are also eligible to apply.

ASSISTANT CURATOR (Total=05 PS: Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi&Abkottabad)    Ci‘

Candidate should posses at least      rs agriculture diploma. He will distharge

curatorship expertise/ duties a      nous related assigned work. He must have

requisite knowledge/ experiert O soil, grass, fertilizers, pesticide and handling of ground equipments.

Interested candidates        the above criteria can apply with detailed resume

along with signed co  etter/ application, recent passport size photograph, CNIC

and attested rele’documents to be send on following address latest by 10th August, 20#

General Mangier HR & Administration Pakistin Cricket Board,

Gaddafi Stadium. Ferozepur Road,

Lahore, Pakistan.                                                             PCB

E-mail: [email protected]

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Only short-listed candidates will be called for test: interviews. TA,DA shall be paid.

Nawaiwaqt Newspaper ( 27 Jul, 2018)

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