Graduate Trainee Banker – Nib Bank Vacancy Announcement

April 13, 2023

Nib Bank Vacancy Announcement, April 13, 2023.

Job Overview

  • Organization: Nib Bank
  • Position: Graduate Trainee Banker
  • Employment: Full Time
  • Location: Hossana
  • Experience Level: Entry Level (0 years)
  • Number of Positions: Not Specified
  • Date of Announcement: April 12, 2023
  • Deadline: April 19, 2023

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Job Requirements

  • Experience: 0 year/ Fresh Graduate
  • Educational Qualification: B.A Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Business Administration, Public Management, Cooperative Accounting & Auditing, Marketing, Marketing & Sales, and Banking & Finance with related
    or related fields of study.
  • With CGPA For Male: 3: 00 and Above
    For Female 2.75 and Above
  • Age 25 years and Below
  • Place Of Work : Branches under Hossaina District
  • NB: Copy of 8th Grade Ministry card is Mandatory
  • Applicants should be graduate of 2022 G.C and 2023 GC

How to Apply

Interested applicants who fulfill the above requirements are invited to submit their CV and copies of non-returnable credentials along with application letter within seven working days from the date of this announcement to the Nib International Bank Hossana District Office .


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