Full-Time Ahmedabad District Co-op requires Executive Assistants to Chairman
Ahmedabad District Co-op. Milk Producers Union ltd, popularly known as Uttam Dairy, is ISO 22000-2005 & ISO-9001-2008 certified and is fast growing Co-operative. Uttam Dairy has recently commissioned a most modern automatic 8 LLPD Expandable to 13 LLPD Dairy plants at Navapura. The Dairy is growing from annual turnover of 500 crore currently to probabaly 2000 crore in short span of time.
We are looking for young, dynamic, promising, ready to take challenges and having advance knowledge of management skills, persons in age group of 30 to 35. The salary will not be constraint which can be monthly Rs50000 to Rs 1, 50,000 depending on skills. The candidates will be designated as Executive Assistants to Chairman of the Union. We need four executive assistants.
Ahmedabad District Co-op wanted Executive Assistants to Chairman
Post Name: Executive Assistants to Chairman
The applicant should be MBA/M.Tech./Master degrees in IT from a well establish recognized University and should be well educated with brilliant academic record and proven special skill-ability.
The candidates who fulfill the above eligibility may send their application to the In charge Managing Director, Ahmedabad Dist Co-op. Milk Producers’ Union Ltd., Uttam Dairy, Near Sukhramnagar, Gomtipur, Ahmedabad-380021 along with complete bio-data with recent passport size photograph within one week from the date of advertisement.
Candidates must have to subscribe the post applied for on the top of the envelop.
Uttam Dairy, Sukhram Nagar,
Gomtipur, Gomtipur, Ahmedabad,
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