Advt. No. APL/HRM/Con/Adv-53(Pt-II)/384
Deputy General Manager (HR)Grade: E6 job opportunities in Assam Petrochemicals Ltd.
Essential Qualification: Full time MBA/MPM with specialization in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations/Human Resource Management or equivalent qualification from any University or Institute of repute.
Essential Experience: Minimum 20 (Twenty) years post qualification experience in line out of which 2(two) years should be in next lower level Managerial post in PSU/Large Private Sector industry having exposure to Manpower Planning, Industrial Relations & Welfare, Recruitment, Induction & placement, ability to ensure proper administration and good governance, Liasioning with Govt. Agencies, Employee Engagement initiatives, Statutory & Legal compliances, handling litigation including conciliation, arbitration and disciplinary matters etc., Learning & Development, PMS, HRIS, Salary & wage administration etc. Preference shall be given to the candidate working in State / Central PSU having proficiency in local language
No. of Vacancies: 01
Age: 50 yearsGrade Pay: Rs. 7200/- Pay Band: Rs. 12000 -40000
HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates may apply with detailed bio-data in prescribed form of application along with attested copies of certificates/testimonials in support of qualification, age, caste, experience etc.
The application should be addressed to: Group General Manager (P&M) Assam Petro-Chemicals Limited P.O. Parbatpur, Namrup Dist. Dibrugarh, Pin- 786 623 (Assam).
About Assam Petrochemicals Limited
Assam Petrochemicals Limited was conceived for productive utilization of natural gas, which was being flared up in the Upper Assam oil fields. Only a small quantum of natural gas was then used in fertilizer industry and power generation. To prevent this colossal wastage, the company was set up by the State Government of Assam with joint participation of Assam Industrial Development Corporation Ltd (AIDC) and the public. Incorporated in 1971, the company was a pioneer in the field as it was the first to manufacture petrochemicals in India using natural gas as feedstock. It started with a small Methanol plant with Formaldehyde and a few Urea Formaldehyde resins as downstream projects with technology supplied by Mitsubishi Gas Chemicals Co. Inc, Japan. Commercial production began in 1976.