Full-Time Tenny Jose Ltd hiring for Chief Finance Officer and Company Secretary
Tenny Jose Ltd are Hiring Professionals. is a Public Limited Company with diversified Interests in trade, construction and mainly into international trade with an expected turnover of 500 crores in this financial year are on the lookout for the following personnel to be located at our Corporate Office, Thrissur for immediate appointment.
Tenny Jose Ltd seeking for Chief Operating Officer and Company Secretary
Post Name: Chief Finance Officer (CFO)
The candidate shall be a Chartered Accountant with minimum 10 years post qualified experience preferably in a manufacturing or trading company with full knowledge of imports and exports. Working knowledge in business finance will be an added advantage. Reporting to the Chairman & Managing Director on a regular basis.
Annual Salary: 24 – 30 lakhs with family accommodation.
Post Name: Chief Operating Officer (COO)
The candidate shall be a postgraduate in Management / logistics and having thorough knowledge about the operational side. Minimum 10 -15 years’ post qualification experience desired. Previous experience in commodity, FMCG and Paper Industry preferred.
Annual Salary: 15 -18 lakhs with family accommodation.
Post Name: Company Secretary (CS)
Candidate with membership in Associate Company Secretary (ACS) with minimum of 3 years experience can apply.
Annual Salary: 9-10 lakhs.
Send your resume to: email@example.com
Corp.Off:R.No 8/9-D1-D2,lllrd Floor,
Avenue Tower, Opp. Marthoma Church, East Fort,
Bishop Palace Road, Thrissur-680005, Kerala,
Mobile: +91-8943343325, +91-8281009904.
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