Money & Banking

Bank of Baroda to hire specialists, sales officers

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on January 09, 2018 Published on November 21, 2017

Bank of Baroda, one of India’s largest public sector banks, is recruiting 428 specialist officers. The lender has advertised about 255 jobs in the middle management grade (Scale II and III) in finance, credit, trade finance and treasury areas.

Candidates must be between the ages of 25 and 35 years with an MBA or CA/ICWA qualification and have relevant post-qualification experience. The gross emoluments work out to ₹81,000 to ₹1 lakh per month on cost-to-company basis. Allowances may vary based on place of posting.

The bank also has 150 vacancies for sales jobs in the junior management grade (Scale I) where the gross emoluments may work out to ₹66,000 per month on cost-to-company basis.

The age group for candidates is between 21 and 30 years with an MBA and a year’s experience.

For Scale-I posts, there is an online test. Online registrations commenced last week and will go on till December 5. The tentative date for the exam is January 7.

For Scale-II and above, selection will be on the basis of group discussion and interview of short-listed candidates. The bank may, however, choose to hold an online test if there are a large number of applications. More details are available on the bank’s website.

Published on November 21, 2017

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