AAI Recruitment 2022: Vacancies registered for the East region, valid from October 12


Airports Authority of India has invited online applications from eligible candidates from West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Sikkim for the positions of Junior Assistant (Fire Service) Senior Assistant (Electronics) and Senior Assistant (Accounts), at various airports and other AAI branches in the Eastern Region.

Eligible candidates can apply online at the career portal at aai.aero. The signup window is available from October 12 to November 10.

Here are more details of the messages:

Junior Assistant (Fire Brigade): Vacancies – 32, Salary Scale (IDA) – 31,000 -3%- 92,000

For these positions, candidates who have passed class 10 and have a 3-year regular diploma in mechanical/automotive/fire service with a minimum of 50% can apply.

Apart from them, candidates who passed class 12 (regular course) with 50% marks can also apply.

They must hold a heavy vehicle driver’s license or a valid medium vehicle license issued at least one year before the ad date September 30, 2022, or a valid light motor vehicle license issued at least two years before the ad date .

Senior Assistant (Electronics): Vacancies – 9, Salary Scale (IDA) – 36,000 -3%- 1.10,000

These positions require a degree in Electronics/Telecommunication//Radio Engineering with two years of experience in the relevant discipline.

Senior Assistant (Accounts): Vacancies – 6, Salary Scale (IDA) – 36,000 -3%- 1.10,000

These positions require a graduate degree preferably in BCom with computer training of 3 to 6 months and two years of experience in the relevant field.

The age limit for these positions is 18 to 30 years as of September 30, 2022. The upper age limit is relaxed for candidates in the reserved category.

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