Punjab Wildlife & Parks Department Jobs 2021 Application Form Download

Here is an opportunity for a job with the Punjab Wildlife and Parks Department. It needs people to work on a contract basis until the project is finished. This job requires that you be Assistant Director of Wildlife, Wildlife Supervisor, Junior Clerk, Wildlife Inspector, or other jobs like these.

Punjab Wildlife & Parks Department Jobs 2021

For Punjab Wildlife & Parks Department Jobs, the Project Director will appoint people. They will work on the Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme (TBTTP) / Green Pakistan Programme – Revival of Wildlife Resources in Punjab Development Project. They will work on this project for as long as it takes for it to be completed.

People who want to work for this job need to meet some requirements. They must be qualified and have experience. People with the following type of degree or qualification can apply: Masters, Bachelors, Intermediate or Matric. But they also need to have some experience in the field too. Stay connected by checking out our recent job listings and remember these applying criteria so you can know if you are eligible for a position we offer.

Vacant Positions Category – A (Improvement and Restoration of Namal Lake, Mianwali):

  • Assistant Director Wildlife
  • Wildlife Supervisor
  • Junior Clerk
  • Wildlife Inspector
  • Wildlife Watcher
  • Driver
  • Naib Qasid
  • Chowkidar
  • Baildar
  • Sweeper

 

Vacant Positions Category – (Kheri Murat National Pak District Attock):

  • Junior Clerk
  • Wildlife Inspector
  • Wildlife Watcher
  • Driver
  • Naib Qasid
  • Chowkidar
  • Baildar
  • Sweeper

How to Apply for Punjab Wildlife & Parks Department Jobs:

·         Send your applications with certificates and photographs before the due date.

·         Government and semi-government employees need to apply through the usual channels.

·         The deadline for the application is December 3, 2021.

·         The Department is going to choose the best people.

 

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