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Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited (CPCL), is a Public Sector Undertaking and a Group Company of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., in the field of Hydro-carbon processing with a refining capacity of 11.5 MMTPA, having Refineries located in Chennai and Nagapattinam, in Tamil Nadu.

CPCL invites applications from bright, young and energetic persons of Indian Nationality for the following Non-supervisory positions. The number of vacancies indicated are tentative which may increase or decrease in the relevant categories at the absolute discretion of the Management.

Position CodePositionVac.Reserved for
UROBCSCSTPwD Reservation
1.Jr. Engineering Assistant-IV (Production)41211010
2.Jr. Quality Control Analyst-IV (Quality Control)7421{One position is reserved for OH (OA/OL) and one for HH}
3.Jr. Engineering Assistant-IV (Mechanical)126321{One position is reserved for OH (OA/OL) and one for HH}
4.Jr. Engineering Assistant-IV (Electrical)6321One position is reserved for HH
5.Jr. Engineering Assistant-IV (Instrumentation)4211One position is reserved for HH
6.Jr. Engineering Assistant-IV (P&U-Mechanical)12633
7.Jr. Enqineerinq Assistant-IV (P&U – Electrical)11...
8.Jr. Technical Assistant-(IV) (Fire & Safety)7421
9.Jr. Materials Assistant-(IV) (Purchase / Store)11.Reserved for VH(LV)
10.Jr. Marketinq Assistant-(IV) (Marketinq)3111One position reserved for OH (OA/OL) and one for VH (LV)
Total944924201

1) Positions at SI. No. 1,2,6,7 & 8 are operated in round-the-clock rotating shift, and thus, they attract relevant provisions of the Factories Act, 1948 regarding restrictions on employment of women.

2) Positions at SI. No. 3,4 & 5 are operated in day as well as rotating shifts depending upon the work exigency.

3) Position at SI. No. 9 & 10 are operated in day shift.

ABBREVIATIONS USED: Jr.=Junior, P&U=Power & Utilities, PwD=Persons with Disabilities, OH=Orthopedically Handicapped, OA=One Arm, OL=One Leg, HH=Hearing Handicapped, VH=Visually Handicapped, LV=Low Vision.

1. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Position CodePositionQualificationExperience (Refer note 1 & 2 below)
01Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Production)First Class Diploma (55% for SC candidates) in Chemical / Petroleum / Petro-Chemical Engg. / Technology.
(OR) First Class Degree (55% for SC candidates) in B.Sc. with Chemistry as a major subject.
Minimum two years of relevant post qualification work experience of Process Units in Refining / Chemical / Petrochemical / Fertilizer plant having work experience related to operation of Fired Heaters, Exchangers, Compressors, Distillation Columns, Reactors, High-Pressure Vessels, Effluent Treatment Plant, Cooling towers, Tank farm, Pressurized storage bullets, Pump House, etc.
02Junior
Quality
Control
Analyst -IV
(Quality
Control)
First Class Graduate (55% for SC candidates) in Science (B.Sc.) with Chemistry as a major subject.
(OR) First Class Diploma (55% for SC candidates) in Chemical / Petroleum / Petro-Chemical Engineering /Technology.
Minimum two years of relevant post qualification experience preferably in testing of Petroleum products / Petrochemicals, in the laboratories of Refinery / Petrochemical / R&D Centres. Hands on experience in sophisticated analytical equipments such as GC, HPLC, Flame Photometer / AAS, ICP AES, Spectrophotometer, Octane Engine etc. will be an added advantage. Desirable: Experience in ISO Quality Systems, TQM / TPM activities, conversant with NABL Quality Systems, etc.
03Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Mechanical)First Class Diploma (55% for SC/ST candidates) in Mechanical Engineering.Minimum two years of relevant post qualification work experience in maintenance of rotary equipments such as Process Pumps / Compressors / Turbine, Stationery equipments such as boilers, heat exchangers, column vessels, piping, valves and tanks etc. in a Process Industry including Refinery / Petro-chemical / Chemical / Fertilizer / Power Plant.
04Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (Electrical)First Class Diploma (55% for SC candidates) in Electrical / Electrical & Electronics EngineeringMinimum two years of relevant post qualification Work experience in maintenance activities of Electrical equipment like Motors, Transformers, Generators, HT (6.6kv and above) and LT (415V) switchgear control & protection, UPS, Battery banks, battery chargers, Variable frequency drives. Should be capable of reading, understanding and trouble-shooting the control circuits of above equipment. Experience should be in a process industry like Refinery / Petrochemical / Chemical / Fertilizer / Power plants.
05Junior
Engineering
Assistant-IV
(Instrument-
tion)
First Class Diploma (55% for SC candidates) in Instrumentation / Instrumentation & Control / Electronics & Instrumentation / Electronics & Communications Engineering.Minimum two years of relevant post qualification work experience in maintenance of process control instrumentation in a process industry including Refinery / Petro-chemical / Chemical / Fertilizer sector with a knowledge of Preventive and breakdown Maintenance / trouble-shooting and rectification of Field instruments-transmitters / control valves.
Familiarity with Distributed control system / PLCs – Ability to read P & ID and logic control diagrams – able to generate calibration reports.
06Junior Engineering Assistant-IV (P&U-Mechanical)First Class Diploma (55% for SC candidates) in Mechanical Engineering.Minimum two years of relevant post qualification work experience in operation (in rotating shifts) of water tube boilers and other utility systems such as DM Plant, Cooling Tower, etc. in a Power / Utility plant of any industrial complex. Candidates with certificate in BOE / BOA will be preferred.
07Junior
Engineering
Assistant-IV
(P&U-
Electrical)
First Class Diploma in Electrical / Electrical & Electronics Engineering.Minimum two years of relevant post qualification work experience in operation of Steam driven TG sets / Gas Turbine / Heat Recovery Steam Generators / parallel operation of Generators with State Electricity Grid / Electrical Sub-Stations 415 volts & 6.6 KV / 110 KV Switchyard, etc. in a Power Plant of any industrial complex. Candidates with ‘C’-certificate will be preferred.
08Junior Technical Assistant-IV (Fire & Safety)10th pass with minimum 50% marks from a Board or an Institute recognized by State / Central Govt. Candidates must possess Fireman’s Certificate Course of not less than three months duration from a Board or an Institute recognized by the State / Central Govt.Two years post qualification work experience in Fire & Safety set-up of handling firefighting equipments, Fire water networks, related communication systems, emergency handling, Fire Fighting, Operation of Fire Tenders / pump house etc.
Preference will be given to candidates having experience Petroleum Refinery / Hydro-carbon / Petrochemical / Fertilizer.
Knowledge of English (reading & writing) is preferable.
Candidate must possess valid Heavy Motor Vehicle Driving License.Preference will be given to candidates with certificate in “Diploma in Industrial Safety” from a Board or an Institute recognized by State / Central Govt.
09Junior Materials Assistant-IV (Purchase & Store)First Class Diploma in Civil / Mechanical / Electrical EngineeringMinimum two years post qualification experience in materials procurement process or planning and stores handling or handling various types of materials used in a process industries including Chemical / Petroleum / Petrochemical / Fertilizer / Power Plants / Gas Processing / Oil & Natural Gas exploration industries / large industrial units.
10Junior Marketing Assistant-IV (Marketing)First Class (55% for SC candidates) Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Commerce with Economics or Marketing Management as a major subject or any other equivalent Bachelor’s Degree with Economics or Marketing Management as one of the major subject.Minimum two years post qualification experience in sales & marketing of petroleum / petrochemicals / chemicals products in any process industries including Refineries / Petrochemicals / Chemicals / Fertilizers.

Age Limit: 30 years as on 31.01.2017

Age Relaxation for SC/ST/OBC Candidates: 5 years for SC/ST candidates, 3 years for OBC candidates

Age Relaxation for PwD Candidates: 10 years for General, 13 years for OBCs and 15 years for SCs/STs.

Age Relaxation for Ex-servicemen: As per the Government Directives.

Note:

1. The Apprenticeship Training under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961, shall be considered as work experience.

2. Reservation of vacancies for Ex-servicemen as per Govt. Directives issued from time to time.

2. Pay & Emoluments:

Candidates will be appointed in the IDA Pay Scale of 11,900-32,000 on a basic pay of 11,900/- (Rupees Eleven Thousand Nine Hundred only) in Grade IV in Non-Supervisory cadre, subject to medical fitness.

In addition to the Basic Pay, candidates selected will be entitled for DA, HRA / Self-Lease, PF, Gratuity, LTC / LFA, Reimbursement of Medical expenses, Superannuation benefits, etc., as per the rules of the Corporation.

3. Mode of Selection:

A. For all position excluding post code 08 (Fire & Safety):

The selection will be made on the basis of the performance in the Written Test followed by verification of certificates of the short listed candidates. The candidates will be finally selected subject to their being found medically fit.

B. For post code 08 (Fire & Safety):

In addition to the Written Test, the candidates will have to undergo Physical Test and Endurance Test followed by verification of certificates of the short listed candidates. The candidates shortlisted on the basis of the performance in Written Test shall undergo Physical and Endurance Test as given below:

1) Physical Test:

Height (Min.): 165 cm, (Relaxable by 5 cm. for candidate from hilly areas).

Weight (Min.: 50 kg, Chest (Min.): Normal- 81 cm, Expanded- 86.5 cm.

2) Endurance Test:

i) One Mile Run: Run 1.6 km in 6 minutes.

ii) Load Carrying: Run a distance of 100 meters with dummy load of 30 kg, within 30 seconds.

iii) Vertical Rope Climbing: Climbing rope using Hands & Feet upto 4 meters.

3) Medical Fitness Norms:

The following abnormalities shall be deemed to be disqualification for physical fitness of fire operator: –

i. Flat feet.

ii. Knock knee.

iii. Deformity of any limb or extra limb.

iv. Any other physical abnormality.

v. Absence of full field of vision in each eye.

vi. Color/Nightblindness.

vii. Squint eyes.

viii. Any morbid condition of the eyes or lids of either eye, ix. Deaf/Dumb. x. Skin/Venereal diseases.

xi. Disorders in Nervous System, Respiratory System & Cardiovascular System. xii. Abnormal medical condition detected by physician, if any.

The candidates will be finally selected subject to their being found medically fit.

Candidates are advised to ensure that they are Medically Fit as per CPCL’s Pre-Employment Medical Standards. Candidates are advised to go through the “Guidelines and Criteria for Physical Fitness for Pre-Employment Medical Examination’ before they commence the application process. The guidelines are available on our website www.cpcl.co.in.

4. Application Fee:

Candidate belonging to General / OBC categories are required to pay online a non-refundable registration fee of ₹ 300/- (Rupees Three hundred only). No other means / mode of application shall be accepted. CPCL will not be responsible for non-receipt / bouncing back of any email sent to the candidate. The SC/ST / PWD / Ex-servicemen candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.

5. How to Apply:

a) The eligible candidates have to apply through online registration system of CPCL only. To apply visit: www.cpcl.co.in. The candidate must possess a valid e-mail ID. The site will be functional from 10:00 hours of 28.01.2017 to midnight of 27.02.2017. For General and OBC candidates, once they submit their data Online, system will display a unique Registration Number and a link for Payment of Application Fee. Candidates have to click on that link and make the payment of Application fee. Only after payment of Application Fee, the Application will be treated as complete and candidate can generate final Registration Slip using the unique Registration Number.

b) After downloading the registration slip, the candidates are required to enclose self-attested photocopies of all relevant documents in support of their age, educational qualification, community, physical disablement, experience (either last salary slip or joining letter or Offer of Appointment or any other supporting documents) and send them by ORDINARY /SPEED POST ONLY, superscribing on the envelope – Application for the position of (Name of the Position) to The Advertiser (Unit: Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited), Post Bag No. 99, GPO, Kolkata 700001 so as to reach latest by 04.03.2017.

c) PHOTOGRAPH: One recent coloured passport size photograph not more than three months old is to be scanned and uploaded in the space earmarked in the on-line application. The photograph should be minimum 200 dpi (dots per inch) and in .JPG Format. The size of the photograph should be between 10KB to 50KB. (Refer our website for detail).

d) SIGNATURE: Scanned signature (in Black ink) against white background is to be scanned and uploaded in the space earmarked in the on-line application. Candidates must ensure the signature uploaded shall be maintained as same at all places viz. signature up-loaded, appended on Undertaking, Attendance Sheet of written examination, etc. If any variation is found between the signatures, the candidature is liable to be cancelled. Candidate is advised to confirm that his / her uploaded signature is clearly visible/ identifiable at the appropriate place. The signature should be minimum 200 dpi (dots per inch) and in .JPG Format. The size of the signature should be between 2KB to 20KB. (Refer our website for detail).

e) While making the Payment, system will again ask the details of Name, Mobile No. etc. and Reference Number, which were generated at the time of applying online.

f) METHOD OF APPLICATION FEE PAYMENT: A link will be provided on the website for payment, which would take the candidate to www.onlinesbiafter submitting of online data and generation of Registration Number. The candidate should then follow the instruction as given on SBI Link to complete the payment. The candidate can make payment through Internet Banking / ATM-cum-Debit Card / Credit Card / Bank Challan. After making the payment a Payment Slip will be generated on screen, and candidates should take the print of that payment slip or save that.

g) Candidates who wish to make the payment later on should click on the link: “Acknowledgement – For Registered candidates only” given on main page to: Reprint Registration Slip/To submit the Bankdetails and generate Registration Slip/To make the Payment of Application Fee if provisionally Registered. This information will be asked only at ONE time for completing the Application, and afterthat a candidate can generate and take the print of Registration Slip again (if required).

h) It is mandatory to submit the details of SBI Collect Reference Number (10 digit alphanumeric reference number starting with DU) printed on e-receipt and deposit dates again in online portal by login through Unique Registration Number after making the payment. If a candidate fails to submit these details within due date after making the payment, his / her application shall be

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