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Employer Manager (Administration and Human Resource Development)

State Printing Corporation in Sri Lanka



STATE PRINTING CORPORATION
VACANCY
State Printing Corporation, a well established profit making commercial organization involved in
Commercial Printing, Security Printing, Publishing and Stationery Production and marketing, looks
for a dynamic and result oriented Sri Lankan having good track records for the following vacancy.
POST OF MANAGER (ADMINISTRATION AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT)
Job Description:
Being the overall in-charge of administration and human resource development of the organization,
responsible for formulation and implementation of proper Administrative and HRD policies and plans
ensuring highly motivated, knowledgeable and skillful workforce.
Qualifications:
A Degree in public Administration/ Personnel Management/ HRD from a recognized University with
Professional Qualifications and at least 10 years executive experience of which 3 years should be at
senior managerial capacity in a public or private sector organization in the field of Administration and
Human Resources Development.
Scale of Salary:
Rs.33705/= 14 x 925 – 46655/= (Monthly)
Successful candidate will be placed on a suitable salary step depending on her/ his qualifications,
experience and present remuneration.
Age Limit: Below 45 years
This age limit will not be applicable for the candidates from Government Departments, Corporations
and Statutory Bodies.
The following allowances are applicable for the post in addition to the salary.
• Govt. approved allowances
• Attendance Incentive
• Meal allowance
Other Fringe Benefits:
• Medical scheme covering the employee and the family
• Annual Bonus equivalent to two months salary
• EPF & ETF
• Encashment of unutilized leave
• Free transport between residence and office
How to apply:
Applications giving full bio-data, address and telephone number with copies of educational &
professional certificates and names and telephone numbers of two non-related referees should be sent
under registered cover to reach the undersigned on or before 01.03.2011. Applications from
candidates employed in Government Departments and Public Sector Institutions should be forwarded
through the respective Heads of Departments. The post applied for should be stated on the top left
hand corner of the envelope.
Chairman,
State Printing Corporation
Panaluwa
Padukka.






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