Get Atomic Energy Jobs 2022 PO Box 446 Peshawar Latest Advertisement was Released on 14 September 2022 on this page of our site. A Federal Government Public Sector Organization working under the Pakistan Army is looking for talented and qualified candidates for appointment to the following posts.
PO Box 446 Peshawar has jobs to apply for (Driver-III (SPS-02)). This organization offers competitive and career-oriented opportunities in a conducive work environment with attractive salaries and fringe benefits as compared to the above government jobs in Peshawar and selected candidates can be posted anywhere in Pakistan.
Candidates willing to apply for the posts should read the criteria mentioned in the image posted below and all the posts require matriculation with LTV/HTV driving license as per the criteria. Candidates’ age should not be less than 18 years and not more than 35 years. Therefore, only suitable candidates who meet the criteria, apply as per the application procedure given below.
PO Box 446 Peshawar Jobs 2022 Download Application Form Online.
- Driver III
How to Apply for Atomic Energy Jobs:
- Applications along with attested copies of Educational Degrees/Certificates/Experience Certificates, CNIC, Domicile, and recent photographs should reach the following address.
- Those who want to apply for both posts should send separate applications for each post.
- The name of the post applied for along with the number should be written in the upper right corner of the envelope.
- Incomplete applications received after the last date will not be considered.
- The last date for submission of the application is 27 September 2022.
- Candidates already working in the Government sector should apply through the proper channel.
What is the use of atomic energy?
Atomic Energy is used in the country for many peaceful applications in the areas of power generation, healthcare, agriculture, food preservation, industry, and research.
How atomic energy is produced?
Nuclear energy originates from the splitting of uranium atoms – a process called fission. This generates heat to produce steam, which is used by a turbine generator to generate electricity. Because nuclear power plants do not burn fuel, they do not produce greenhouse gas emissions.