Monster, Air Force Placement Cell In Tie-Up

Friday, 25 April 2014, 12:25 Hrs
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NEW DELHI: Leading online career and recruitment solutions provider Monster India today announced collaboration with the Indian Air Force Placement Cell to assist retired and shortly retiring officers for a second stint in their careers.

Monster India and the placement cell announced the collaborative effort to provide a platform to assist retired and shortly retiring Commissioned Officers and Warranted Officer/Senior Non-Commissioned Officers, who seek suitable second career opportunities in the corporate world.

"Indian Air Force Placement Cell is dedicated to provide possibilities and opportunities for Air warriors to showcase their aptitude in other fields after a prestigious career with the Indian Air Force," Air Marshal H B Rajaram, AVSM VSM, Air Officer-in-charge, Administration, said.

Rajaram further said that the association with Monster India would help retiring Air warriors find the most suitable opportunity to share their expertise and add value to various organisations.

'The Career after Career section on Monster will provide Air warriors the most suitable opportunities in corporate India.

"We know there is untapped talent for employers across virtually all industries and professions by considering retired and senior air force professionals. We are providing both groups with a direct platform to increase visibility amongst the right people in corporate India and share resumes for the most relevant job openings," Sanjay Modi, Managing Director, Monster.Com (India/Middle-East/South East Asia) said.
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