Full-Time Goyal Properties job vacancies for Advocate and Sales Executive
Goyal Properties is an organization built on ethics, just as much as values for over 3 decades. We attract & nurture best talents, who work, learn & grow towards creating an impeccable workforce devoted to the company goal & Built By Values.
Goyal Properties job openings for Advocate and Sales Executive
Post Name: Advocate
Qualification: LLB with minimum 5 years of experience in the Legal & Laisoning department of a reputed real estate company.
Job Profile: Eligible candidate should have good oral & written communication skill in Marathi and English, should be well versed with the process and procedure in Revenue Department, Collector Office, Courts & Corporations.
Post Name: Sales Executive
Qualification:: Graduate or
MBA with minimum 3 years of experience in sales department of a reputed real estate company.
Job Profile: Eligible candidates should be smart with good communication & presentation skills, must be fluent in English, Hindi & Marathi.
with your resume & passport size photograph between: 11th-14th April 2018, between 3 pm-6 pm
Contact: Mrs. Veronica Francis – 9011077734
You may also mail your resume on: firstname.lastname@example.org
1, Business Embassy, 1205/3/3,
J. M. Road, Shivajinagar,
Pune – 411004
Landline: 020 – 2553 2724 / 2090
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