Full-Time Sarhad Dairy seeking for Officer, Engineer and Clerk
Sarhad Dairy hiring for Officer, Engineer, Chemist and Clerk
Kutch District Co-op. Milk Producers Union Ltd widely known as sarhad dairy is the fast growing dairy Co-operative milk union in Gujarat, an affiliated member of Gujarat Co-op Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. Manufacturing Milk & Milk Products under brand name of “AMUL” with turnover of approx. 600 Crores, is looking for qualified, experienced, competent professionals for the following positions.
Post Name:- Technical Officer
Graduate / Post Graduate in Dairy/Food Technology with or without experience in dairy sector.
Post Name:- Chemist
Graduate/Post Graduate in science stream with 3-5 years’ with or without experience in dairy sector.
Post Name:- Environmental Engineer
Graduate/ Post Graduate in Environment or equivalent, with or without experience in same profile. Candidate should be well versed with statutory requirements of GPCB
Post Name:- Junior Clerk (Accounts/Dispatch)
First/Second class MBA/Commerce Post Graduate/Commerce Graduate with or without experience.
Candidates having relevant qualification/experience may send their resume mentioning the position applied for on envelop on or before 31st December 2018 by post/courier or email to:- firstname.lastname@example.org
The management reserves all the right to cancel one or all post advertised without assigning any reason thereof.Kutch District Co-Operativc Milk Producers Union Ltd “Sarhad Dairy”
C/O APMC Premises, Nr.Varshamedi Railway
Crossing Anjar Kutch, Gujarat- 370110
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