Laboratory Technician (Electrical) Job Opportunity At Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA)
Qualification : Diploma in Electrical or SSLC (or equivalent) and two years
NCVT certificate Course (ITI) in Electrical OR any equivalent trade, from a Govt. recognized
Polytechnics/Industrial Training Institute with minimum 60% marks is essential.
For Diploma Holders: 2 Years of work experience with minimum of one year in a reputed
research institute/industry involved in clean room operations.
For ITI Holders: 5 years of work experience with minimum of 2 years in a reputed research
institute / industry involved in clean room operations.
The candidates should be well-versed in maintenance of electrical/electronic equipments such as
UPS, vacuum pumps, baking chamber, variable frequency drives, Building management system,
CCTV, Access control, Fire Alarm etc,. Candidates should be well versed in clean room
protocols & operations.
Desirable: Conversant with electrical installations of VFD's, De-Humidifiers, AHU's & Chillers
Job Requirements : Candidate may be required to attend the emergency maintenance and
testing work during nights and should be willing to work on shift basis. No. of position : 1
Eligible young, bright and highly motivated individuals are invited to attend Walk-in
interview on 18th July, 2019 at the Institute Campus, 2nd Block, Koramangala, Sarjapur Road,
Bangalore – 560 034 between 09.00 AM and 05.00 PM .
Candidates attending the walk-in interview should come with duly filled in prescribed
application attached with this advertisement with a passport size photograph pasted on the
top of the application along with original certificates related to their qualification and
experience and also one set of self certified photo copies of all certificates.
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The Indian Institute of Astrophysics is a premier institute devoted to research in astronomy, astrophysics and related physics. It traces its origins back to an observatory set up in 1786 at Madras which from the year 1792 began to formally function at its Nungambakkam premises as the Madras Observatory. In 1899, the observatory moved to Kodaikanal. In the year 1971, the Kodaikanal Observatory became an autonomous society, the Indian Institute of Astrophysics.