Shirish Pawar

  • Mumbai Maharashtra


Work History

Work History

2015 - Present



Involved in the pre-production (planning) stage as well as the production (control and supervision) stage.

The exact nature of the work will depend on the size of the employing organisation. However, tasks typically involve:

  • overseeing the production process, drawing up a production schedule;
  • ensuring that the production is cost effective;
  • making sure that products are produced on time and are of good quality;
  • working out the human and material resources needed;
  • drafting a timescale for the job;
  • estimating costs and setting the quality standards;
  • monitoring the production processes and adjusting schedules as needed;
  • being responsible for the selection and maintenance of equipment;
  • monitoring product standards and implementing quality-control programmes;
  • liaising among different departments, e.g. suppliers, managers;
  • working with managers to implement the company's policies and goals;
  • ensuring that health and safety guidelines are followed;
  • supervising and motivating a team of workers;
  • reviewing worker performance;
  • identifying training needs.



Aug 2013 - Oct 2014

Diploma in Human Resource Management


Human resources (HR) officers develop, advise on and implement policies relating to the effective use of personnel within an organisation.

Their aim is to ensure that the organisation employs the right balance of staff in terms of skills and experience, and that training and development opportunities are available to employees to enhance their performance and achieve the employer's business aims.

HR officers are involved in a range of activities required by organisations, whatever the size or type of business. These cover areas such as:

  • working practices;
  • recruitment;
  • pay;
  • conditions of employment;
  • negotiation with external work-related agencies;
  • equality and diversity.