Government of Pakistan
UTILITY STORES CORPORATION
Ministry of Industries & Production
Utility Stores Corporation is a private limited Company is the largest retail chain network. Our core purpose is to provide quality consumer products to its customers at prices lower than the market. The challenge brings tremendous growth opportunities both for the company and the management team leading it. We are looking for candidates with the growth mindset, quick and decision taking and commitment. Precisely we are looking for candidates who are productive, innovative and have enthusiastic approach towards targets and have ability to deliver results in short terms:-
1. Financial Controller
2. Manager Operations
3. Manager Human Resource
4. Manager Buying (Food)
5. Manager Buying (Non-Food)
6. Food Technologis/Quality Assurance Manager
1. Maximum age limit for the above positions is 45 years.
2. The appointment would be purely on a contract basis for a period of 2 (two) years, extendable subject to satisfactory performance.
3. Organization is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and is committed to making employment decision based on merit.
4. Applicants working in Government/Semi-Government/Autonomous Bodies should route their applications through proper channel duly accompanied with NOC.
5. Advance copy of the application shall not be entertained.
6. Applicants must indicate the name of position on the top left corner of the envelope.
7. Only shortlisted candidates would be called for interview.
8. Internal candidates meeting the above criteria can also apply.
9. Applications on the prescribed format (available on USC website www.usc.orq.pk) along-with CV should reach through post on the following address by 30th August. 2019. Applications received after due date will not be entertained.
Office of the General Manager (HR)
Utility Stores Corporation of Pakistan (Private) Limited
Mead Office, Plot No. 2039, Sector F-7/G-7, Blue Area, Islamabad.
Contact No. 051-9245045
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