Full-Time KRP Infrastructures walk-in-interview for Manager, Executive and Engineer
KRP Infrastructures job openings for Manager, Executive and Engineer
KRP Infrastructures Post Name and Vacancy: Senior Manager Hr -1
MBA preferably lady with 5 to 7 years of experience in HR field.
Post Name and Vacancy: HR Executive – 2
with 2 to 3 years experience should have knowledge in payroll, PF .ESIC & other documentation & their compliance.
Post Name and Vacancy:Senior Manager (Accounts)-1
Preferably C A with 5 to 6 years of experience or 10 years experience in accounts
Post Name and Vacancy: Accounts Executive – 2
B.Com graduate with 3 to 5 years experience.
Post Name and Vacancy: Civil Engineer (AGM)
Having experience in project estimation, cost control. Cost analysis, tendering etc.
Post Name and Vacancy: MEP Engineer (Manager) – 2
Graduate with 5 to 7 years experience in related field.
Post Name and Vacancy: Assistant Manager (Civil) – 3
Diploma / degree with 3 to 7 years experience.
Post Name and Vacancy: Receptionist (Female) -1
Smart & good looking, 5 to 7 years of experience as a receptionist & having basic knowledge of computer.
Walk-In-Interview: with prior appointment 16th & 17th September 2017 between 11AM to 5PM atAddress: Office No. 6,
Ashley Garden, Evershine Woods,
Bevarly Park, Mira Road (E),
Mail address for CV:email@example.com or contact: 022-28100082
Mobile.: 9820012883 / 9224629850
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