New National Accountability Bureau NAB Jobs March 2023 Advertisement
NAB Jobs 2023 from the National Accountability Bureau is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work in a highly rewarded and expanding environment. The Bureau has advertised many vacancies via the Daily Jang newspaper.
A career at NAB offers a very safe and profitable path, with high pay intended for the officers, medical insurance, additional allowances, and bonuses.
Workers are treated as the Bureau’s property and are given complete discretion in how they carry out their duties.
NAB is seeking junior experts. The selected junior specialists would be required to serve at either the national office of NAB or one of its regional offices across the country.
Assistant Junior Expert – I (Intelligence), Assistant Junior Expert – II (Computer), and Assistant Junior Expert – III (Security Guard) roles are now open (Transport).
Positions for former Army officers are also advertised. These roles are open to those who have finished their matriculation, intermediate, or graduation. Candidates must check the prerequisites before submitting their applications.
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How To Apply?
- Candidates must meet the eligibility requirements prior to submitting their applications to the department since merit will be used to choose the candidates.
- Before the deadline, qualified applicants are invited to visit the Bureau’s website and obtain the application forms in order to turn them into the office.
- If you want to get the application form, click here or go to www.nab.gov.pk.
- The application must be accompanied by certified copies of all supporting documents.
The National Accountability Bureau of the Federal Government is a self-sufficient, autonomous organization that aggressively fights against all forms of economic inequality. In order to enforce a fair and just financial system, the Bureau is authorized to take all necessary action.
As the Ehtesab Cell, the National Accountability Bureau was established in 1999 by former president and army commander-in-chief General Pervez Musharraf. Since then, it has grown and changed. Four different provinces house the four regional offices of the Bureau, which are managed by Islamabad.