Application are invited from working in Private Organizations/superannuated employees of PSUs/Govt.
Bodies for engagement as a subject matter expert/functional expert in the disciplines of HR and Legal, on contract basis, initially for a period of 06 months, extendable further depending upon the requirement and individual’s performance, till 65 years of age, for its Corporate Office at New Delhi on fixed remuneration per month.
The number of position: 1 job post of Senior Consultant (Legal).
Degree in Law from a recognized institute/university.
Applicant should be Superannuated from PSUs/Govt. Bodies/ working in Private Organization at the level of GM, CGM, ED, Sr. ED and having minimum relevant experience of 16 years, 18 years, 20 years and 22 years and out of which, Candidates should have at least 8 years, 9 years, 10 years, 11 years respectively at senior level of core functional areas.
Period of engagement
Initially for 6-month which may be extended on further 6- month basis as per performance and requirement of the Corporation.
Rs. 65000/-, Rs. 70000/-, Rs.80000/-, Rs.85000/- for officials retired in the level of GM, CGM, ED, Senior ED respectively.
Note: Apart from fixed remuneration, a monthly conveyance reimbursement will be @Rs.25000/- maximum subject to production of the bills.
How to apply
The interested eligible candidates may submit their application in prescribed format (copy enclosed as Annexure-1) with self-attested copies of qualification/experience certificates.
Application along with requisite documents in a sealed envelope superscribing “Application for the post of ——– be addressed to ‘The Senior Manager(HR), National Textile Corporation Limited, Scope Complex, CoreIV,7, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003’.
The last date of receiving duly filled applications is 5th April 2019.
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