At Viswaat, we consider our employees to be the single most valuable resource within the company. Joining us would mean a career in a fast-paced environment exposed to a variety of business areas. Join us and experience the vibrancy of our work culture. Colleagues, Team, Friends whatever you may call your co-workers the sheer pleasure of being part of one big family that is the Viswaat Family is nothing short of a Celebration.
We provide opportunities for all aspirants – Interns and Apprentices, Graduates and Post Graduates and Experienced Professionals. Whether you are planning a long-term career, looking to advance your position, or fresh out of university, you will fulfill your need here. With our employee-friendly policies, you will be able to pursue your career while maintaining a near perfect work-life balance.
Interested candidates may send their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly stating the position to which they are applying. If your resume matches our requirement we will get back to you.
Beware of Fraudulent Recruitment
In recent times it has come to our notice that few of the job aspirants who wished join Viswaat Chemicals Limited for employment have been recipients of emails which are fraudulent in nature. The contents of the email primarily talks about the potential opportunities for employment in Viswaat Chemicals Limited. Further the job aspirants are asked to deposit monies into an unknown bank account in order to initiate the next step in the recruitment process. Please note Viswaat Chemicals Limited in not the sender of these fraudulent emails. We would not ask any job aspirant seeking employment with the company to deposit money to initiate advance stages in the recruitment process. If you or any one you know have received any emails which are fraudulent in nature please do not respond to them. However please note in the case of any eventuality Viswaat Chemicals Limited will not be held liable for any harm experienced by the job aspirants who have been wrongly influenced by this false solicitation.