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Dear All,

Can any one mail me the designations in Production, Purchase, Sales & Marketing, Engineering & Maintenance, Safety, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, HR, IT, Stores, Finance & Accounts, R&D, Supply Chain, Production Planning & Control & Regulatory Affairs Department n their eligibility in terms of qualification dat is applicable. also the grade levels for the same...

Kindly do the needful..

Best Regards,
Priya Dhingra
Hi Priya,
First of all you structure your heirarchy like Jr. officer, officer, Executive, Sr.Executive, Asst.Mgr, Dy.Mgr, Mgr, Sr.Mgr, Asst.GM, Dy GM, GM, VP, Sr.VP & President type of structure and apply it to all departments.
Below the Jr. officer if you want Assistant in staff grade and in workmen grade it can be Helper, Jr.Operator / Jr.Technician, Technician / operator, Sr.Technician / Sr.Operator etc can be the designations.
If you start your heirarchy with Assistant then Assistant - HR / R&D, Accounts, SCM, Prodn, QA, QC etc etc then the next level will be Executive, Sr.Executive so on so forth
accordidingly you can structure the grades like G- 1, (Asst.), G-2 Executive and Sr.Ex., G-3 Asst mgr, Dy.Mgr, G- 4 Mgr, Sr.Mgr, G- 5 AGM, D.G.M, G-6 - GM & VP, G- 7 Sr.Vp and President.
I believe this may be useful for your in structuring the process. If you have any further queries you are free mail me on my personal ID
regards - kameswarao
Dear Kameswarao,

I am thankful for the valuable data you provided me with. I am still in the process to understand the hiearchy and job description as well as their reponsibilities of every department and under all levels. As Pharma is new sector for me.

Stay in touch thru .

Best Regards,
Priya Dhingra


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