Full-Time Bombay Hospital requires Manager Law and Housekeeping Officer
Bombay Hospital wanted Manager Law and Housekeeping Officer
The Bombay Hospital Trust owns and runs the 700-bed Bombay Hospital, one of the largest private Hospitals in India. The Bombay Hospital 68 Years of Medical Care You can Trust. We are seeking highly motivated persons tor the following positions for our Hospital located at Mumbai.
Post Name: Manager-Law
– Candidate should be LLB/LLM preferably a Solicitor with Minimum 5 years experience in a Solicitor Firm.
– The incumbent should have knowledge of Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure Code, Substantial knowledge of The Bombay Public Trust Act 1950, The Negotiable instrument Act, The Contract Act, The Organ Transplant Act, The RTI Act, The Consumer Protection Act, The Limitation Act, Transplant of Kidney (Procedure & Documentation), and also have experience of procedure of small Causes Courts, City Civil Courts, High Courts, Supreme Court and Consumer Forum / District Commission / National Commission.
Post Name: Officer – Housekeeping
– Candidate should be Graduate with P.G. Diploma in Hospitality Management with 4 to 5 years of experience as Housekeeping Officer in Star Hotels, Super Specialty Hospitals or Airlines. Candidate will be responsible for overall smooth functioning of Housekeeping of the Hospital.
– Age limit for the above positions is below 40 years. Computer literacy is must. Remuneration will be commensurate with the profile of the candidate.
CVs can also be sent by e-mail to: email@example.com
Interested candidates may forward their CVs with copies of certificates and testimonials within 10 days to:Director- Personnel & HRD,
Bombay Hospital Trust,
4th Floor-MRC Building,
HRD Department, 12, New Marine Lines,
Mumbai- 400 020.
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