Punjab Thermal Power Pvt Limited Govt of Punjab Jobs Oct 2017

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Last Date October 30, 2017

Punjab Thermal Power Pvt Limited Govt of Punjab Jobs Oct 2017

Punjab Thermal Company (Pvt) Limited is company wholly owned by Government of Punjab established for setting up a 1236 MW Punjab Power Plant at District Jhang. We are seeking to his following professionals though walk-in-interview on highly competitive compensation packages and attractive incentives .It is also an opportunity to become a part of a leading initiative. The place of posting may be at Head office, Lahore or at Site Office (District Jhang).The requisite qualification and Experience for the required positions is as under:

Punjab Thermal Power Pvt Limited Govt of Punjab Jobs

Jobs placePakistan


Govt. / PrivateGovt. Jobs


FPSC / PPSC / NTS / OthersOthers


Published Date14 Oct 2017 Thursday


Last Date to Apply30 Oct 2017 Monday


Newspaper NameThe News

Vacant Posts:

  • General Manager Admin & HR
  • Planning Manager
  • Analytics Manager
  • Coordination Manager
  • Administration Manager
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Procurement Manager
  • Assistant Manager Technical
  • Assistant Manager I&C / Electrical
  • Assistant Manager Planning
  • Assistant Manager Analytics
  • Assistant Manager Monitoring & Evaluation
  • Assistant Manager Coordination

How To /Effective Method To Apply:

  • We are an equal opportunity.
  • Female are encouraged to apply.
  • Application (along with CV’s, experience certificates ans No Objection Certificate in case of government employee) may be sent to the following address.
  • Last date for submission is 30th October 2017; however applications will be accepted till the avability of vacancies.
  • Only short listed candidates will be called for interview and communication in the regard will be made accordingly.
  • No TA/DA will be give for the purpose of interview.

Application’s Deadline:

Last date is 30-10-2017.





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Source: Thenews Newspaper (October 15, 2017)