Full-Time MRF Limited job vacancy for Engineering professionals
MRF Limited seeking for Engineering professionals
MRF Limited is India’s largest tyre manufacturer with an annual turnover exceeding Rs.15, 000 crores and the only Indian Tyre Company ranked in the Top 15 Tyre Manufacturing Companies in the world.
The company is setting up a green field manufacturing unit in Dahej, Gujarat and requires dynamic and result-oriented professionals. Fresh candidates and professionals with relevant experience in the manufacturing industry are invited to apply for the following disciplines:
Post Name:- Engineering professionals
Production / Engineering / Quality/Technical
Qualifications – Engineering Graduates
Disciplines – Mechanical/ Production / Electrical
Age – 21 -25
Qualifications – Diploma
Disciplines – Mechanical /Electrical/ Mechatronics/ Electronics / Instrumentation
Age – 21-25
Qualifications – Graduates
Disciplines – Science / Commerce / Arts
Age – 21-24
Qualifications – Post Graduates
Disciplines – Physics / Chemistry / Statistics
Age – 23-28
The compensation package will be commensurate with qualification and experience. The company offers challenging career and growth opportunities.
Should have adequate knowledge of Gujarati, Hindi and English.
Interested candidates may apply through our website www.mrftyres.com/careers by attaching detailed resume clearly mentioning current salary, email address and contact number along with a recent passport size photograph within 7 days of this advertisement.The Human Resources Department
MRF – Madras Rubber Factory Limited
114, Greams Road,
Chennai – 600 006.
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