Full-Time NK Group hiring for General Manager, Executive and Telecaller
NK Group, The trusted real estate group that has delivered many successful projects currently hiring dynamic marketing professionals for our exciting new projects in Vrindavan.
NK Group seeking for General Manager, Executive and Telecaller
Post Name: General Manager (Marketing & Sales)
with 10 years, experience in real estate industry.
Salary: Rs. 10 Lacs/- per annum + Incentives
Post Name: Assistant General Manager (Marketing & Sales)
With 05 years, experience in real estate Industry.
Salary: Rs. 6 Lacs/- per annum + Incentives
Post Name: Manager – Sales
With 03 years, experience in real estate industry
Salary: Rs. 4.2 Lacs/- per annum + Incentives
Post Name: Executive – Sales
With 02 years, experience in real estate industry
Salary: RS. 2.4 Lacs/- per annum + Incentives
Post Name: Telecaller
With good communication skills. Experience will be preferred.
Salary: Rs. 1.44 Lacs/- per annum + Incentives
Note:- Job location at Vrindavan & Noida
Pay package will not be constraint for deserving candidates.
Walk-In-Interviews:Vrindavan: 7th July, 2018(Saturday)
GLA University, 17 KM Stone, NH#2,
Mathura-Dehli Road, P.O. Chaumuhan,
Mathura – 281406 (UP), India
Noida Office:14th July, 2018 (Saturday)
H-50 (First Floor), Sector-63,
Noida – 201301 (Uttar Pradesh), India
Interested candidates may also submit their resume by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact No:- +91-78300 00740
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