Full-Time Indus Biotech job opportunity Management Trainee Marketing
Indus Biotech job vacancy for Management Trainee Marketing
Indus Biotech is a global leader in the research, development, manufacture, marketing & export of nutraceuticals. Our dietary Ingredients (B2B) and products (B2C) are marketed In India as well as In high-value markets such as the USA & Canada. To support our ambitious growth plans, we are looking for enterprising go-getters, with excellent communication skills, to fill the following position. They will grow to be champions in the marketing and sale of our products, primarily through Digital Marketing.
Post Name:– Management Trainee – Marketing
Vacancies:– 4 posts
Applicants with full time (2018 pass-out) MBA/PGDBA/PGDBM in Marketing or PG in Mass Communication & Advertising may apply. Those completing their courses by April 2019 and would be permitted to immediately intern with our company may also apply. Those conversant with Digital Marketing / Web Design will be preferred. Competitive remuneration and bright growth prospects await the selected persons.
Selection and joining will conclude in the third week of November 2018.
Mail us your resume at: email@example.com
Last date for applications: Saturday, 10th November 2018.Indus Biotech
1 Rahul Residency,
Off Salunke Vihar Road,
India – 411048
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