Contract Atlas Life Sciences requires DY. Managers and Commercial Executive
Atlas Life Sciences are the fastest growing Manufacturers of API known for Quality & Customer Satisfaction. We are poised for Major Expansion in terms of Products & Manufacturing facilities & desires to recruit young, dynamic, self-starter and highly result- oriented professionals for following positions at Ahmedabad.
Atlas Life Sciences seeking for DY. Managers and Commercial Executive
Post Name:DY. Manager – Contract Manufacturing
B.E /B.Tech. – Chemical having 6/8 years’ experience of achieving desired production in API industry. Will be responsible for production planning and achieving production / quality / yield targets. Good knowledge of Hydrogenation and Solvent Recovery preferred.
Post Name:DY. Manager- Project
B.E./ B. TECH – Chemical having 6/8 years’ experience in Project implementation. Process Engineering & Technology Transfer functions in API industry having good track record of achievements. Good technical competence & leadership qualities desirable.
Post Name:DY. Manager – Quality Assurance
B.Pharm / M. Pharm / M.Sc. having at least 6/8 years’ experience of QMS & general QA/QC documentation, Vendor / Supplier / regulatory audits, preparation of SOP for WHO-GMP handling of market complaints, etc.
Post Name: Commercial Executive
Graduate having 5 to 7 years’ experience of Logistics of incoming/ outgoing materials. Inventory Management. EXIM policies & documentation. GST and Liaison work.
Please mail your detailed CV mentioning salary drawn & expected:
2nd Floor, Shiromani Complex,
Satellite Road, Ahmedabad – 380015,
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