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Tata Memorial Centre jobs for Field Worker in Varanasi. Last Date to apply: 05 Mar 2024

Field Worker

Tata Memorial Centre
experience-icon 1 Years
salary-icon 17000 - 28000 Monthly

Posted: 29 Feb 24

Job Description

Designation -Field Worker

Interested and eligible candidates may attend Walk-In-Interview for Field Worker on Contract Basis under Project. Candidates are required to carry bio-data, recent passport size photograph, original documents of PAN card, Aadhar card, experience certificates, education certificates and one set of self-attested copies of all certificates on given dates for attending Interview.

Number of Job Vacancies - 1

Essential Qualification & Experience
  • Bachelor in Science from recognized university and have a minimum of 01- year experience in Cancer Screening / Cancer Care in a Hospital. The candidate must have Degree or Diploma in Computer
Age limit as on Walk-In-Interview date
  • 30 years

Monthly Remuneration
  • Rs. 17000/- to Rs. 28000/-
Important  dates:
  • WALK-IN-INTERVIEW Date - 05.03.2024 

More information about this Field Worker Job

Please go through the below FAQs to get all answers related to the given Field Worker job

  1. What are the job requirements to apply for this Field Worker job position?
    • Ans: A candidate must have a minimum of 1 year experience as an Field Worker

  2. What is the qualification for this job?
    • Ans: The candidate can be a Graduate from any of the following: Diploma, BSc

  3. What are the salary requirements for this job?
    • Ans: The salary range is between 17000 and 28000 Monthly. The Salary will depend on the interview. This Field Worker is a Full Time in Varanasi.

  4. What is the hiring Process of this job?
    • Ans: The hiring process all depends on the company. Normally for an entry level, hiring the candidate has to go for Aptitude, GD (If they look for communication),Technical test and face to face interviews.

  5. This Field Worker is a work from home job?
    • Ans: No ,its not a Work from Home Job.

  6. How many job vacancies are opening for the Field Worker position?
    • Ans: There are immediate 1 job openings for Field Worker in our Organisation.

Job Particulars

Education Diploma, BSc
Who can apply Experienced (1 Years)
Hiring Process Face to Face Interview
Employment TypeFull Time
Job Id2278349
Job Category Govt Jobs
Locality Address
Country India

About Company

Tata Memorial Centre, under the guidance and support of the Department of Atomic Energy, is resolved to be a part of this era-defining transformation – living Gandhiji’s immortal exhortation to be the change that we wish to see. In the past 15 years, it has transformed itself from a two-hospital Mumbai-based organization to an eleven-hospital institution (construction about to begin in two) in seven states of India, under the leadership of my immediate predecessor, Dr Rajendra Badwe, and successive Chairmen of the Atomic Energy Commission - Dr Anil Kakodkar, Dr Srikumar Banerjee, Dr Ratan Kumar Sinha, Dr Sekhar Basu, Shri K.N. Vyas, and now, Dr Ajit Kumar Mohanty. It is a role model for the delivery of evidence-based cancer care to all sections of society. It registers, among all its hospitals, about 120,000 new cancer patients every year. It has made a substantial impact in producing trained human resources, who are vital for delivering good-quality cancer care at scale in India. Some of the most impactful clinical and public health research, which has defined practice not only in India but worldwide, has emanated from TMC. That so much has been accomplished is not only a testament to the vision of the leaders but also to the dedication and passion of all staff members of TMC. Having the opportunity to serve this institution as its Director is the singular honour and privilege of my career.
Much remains to be done. Cancer incidence in India continues to rise, projected, by a GLOBOCAN estimate, to increase from the current annual 1.3 million to over two million annually in the next 15 years. Although income and human development levels will continue to increase in India, a substantial portion of the increased cancer burden will fall on the less privileged sections of society. The public healthcare delivery system will have to scale up commensurately in quality and quantity - infrastructure and human resources - to realize our shared vision of being a developed nation in all meanings of that term. To achieve good outcomes, cancer requires a substantial component of sophisticated multidisciplinary care. It also requires investment in equipment and its maintenance, most notably radiotherapy and imaging.
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