Indian Oil Corporation (IndianOil) is India’s biggest business endeavor, with a business turnover of Rs. 3,99,601 crore (US$ 61 billion) and benefits of Rs. 10,399 crore (US$ 1,589 million) for the year 2015-16. IndianOil is positioned 161st among the world’s biggest corporates (and first among Indian endeavors) in the prestigious Fortune ‘Worldwide 500’ posting for the year 2016. As India’s lead national oil organization, with a 33,000-in number work-constrain at present, IndianOil has been taking care of India’s vitality requests for over a large portion of a century. With a corporate vision to be ‘The Energy of India’ and to wind up ‘A universally appreciated organization,’ IndianOil’s business advantages straddle the whole hydrocarbon esteem chain – from refining, pipeline transportation and advertising of oil based commodities to investigation and generation of raw petroleum and gas, showcasing of flammable gas and petrochemicals, other than invasions into option vitality and globalization of downstream operations. There is post of Chief Officer at IOCL Below you will find the full details for the vacancy
List of Notified Vacancies
Name of Post: Security Chief
Number of Post: 01
The officeholder ought to be least Graduate and have resigned from Police benefit on or after 30.09.2012, from Gujarat, in the rank of Dy. Director of Police or a senior Police Inspector. Officeholder ought to have a perfect administration record and wellness of high request. Inclination will be given to competitors having legitimate foundation, experience of working in knowledge/wrongdoing control/oil division/pipeline industry.
IOCL Recruitment application process
Candidates who are eligible for the above post can forward the application (provided fill the application form) and all the required certifications to the Deputy General Manager (HR), Western Region Pipelines, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., Morbi Road, P.O-Bedipara, Gauridad, Rajkot (Gujarat)-360003 before 20th April 2017 upto 5PM.
Last Date to Apply for the post: 17th of April 2017