Marshal, Full Time Sub Warden (Female) – Sabaragamuwa University
Closing Date: 2017-11-28
Source: Daily News (2017.11.06)
SABARAGAMUWA UNIVERSITY OF SRI LANKA
The Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka will entertain applications for the undermentioned posts from suitably qualified persons up to 28.11.2017.
Post: i. Marshal Grade II ii. Full Time Sub Warden Grade II (Female)
SALARIES AND OTHER BENEFITS: SALARY SCALES:
University employees are required to contribute 10% of their monthly salary to the Universities Provident Fund; the University in turn contributes a sum equivalent 8% of their salary to the Universities Pension Fund, 7% to the Universities Provident Fund (UPF) and 3% to the Employees Trust Fund (ETF). Appointees to the permanent posts will become members of the Universities Pension Scheme.
HOW TO APPLY
Application forms and relevant information including scheme of recruitment could be either downloaded from the University Website: www.sab.ac.lk or could be obtained from the office of the Assistant Registrar/Non Academic Establishments of this University up to 23.11.2017 by personally calling over or by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope 9″x4″ in size to reach the Assistant Registrar/Non Academic Establishments of this University.
Duly completed applications on prescribed forms together with certified copies of relevant certificates etc. should be sent under registered cover, indicating the post applied for on the top left-hand corner of the envelope, to reach the Assistant Registrar / Non Academic Establishments, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, P.O. Box 02, Belihuloya on or before 28.11.2017.
Applicants from the University System/Government Departments / Corporations / Statutory Boards, should channel their applications through their respective Heads of Institutions.
The University reserves the right to shortlist the candidates. Applications which do not conform to these requirements, incomplete applications and applications received after the closing date will be rejected without intimation.
Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka.