Full-Time Suchirindia Infratech career opportunity for General Manager and Customer Support Executive
Suchirindia Infratech job opportunity for General Manager and Customer Support Executive
Suchirindia Post Name: General Manager S & M : 1 No
Having 20 years exp in Apts/gated community sales with proven track record & ability to design, develop and deliver the targets by Recruiting & Training. Experience in handling big teams and driving them to reach their goals.
Age: 42-45 years.
Post Name: Manager S & M : 5 No.
Having 10 years exp in Apts./Gated Community sales. Should be able to handle team & drive them to reach their targets. Should be creative & innovative in generating leads.
Age: 30-35 years.
Post Name: Manager Customer Care: 2No.
MBA having 10 years Exp & knowledge in Customer care, collections and Loan Processing in Construction Industry. Candidates having Exposure in dealing with HNI clients in a Gated community project preferred.
Age: 30-35 Years.
Post Name: Executive – Customer Support: 3No.
MBA having 2-3 years Exp & knowledge in Customer care correspondence, Communication, collections and reports generation. Candidates having Exposure in dealing with Housing Projects are preferred.
Age: 28-32 Years.
Walk in Interview:
– Walk in Today & Tomorrow Between 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
– Candidates unable to attend the interview, can mail their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org within 7 days.
50-B, Suchir Capital,
Opp. Food Bazar Super Market,
near Apollo Hospital, Filmnagar,
Cell: 98481 59390
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