Full-Time Bharath Co-Operative Bank requires Secretary and C.E.O
Bharath Co-Operative Bank Ltd, Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the following post of Secretary / C.E.O.
Bharath Co-Operative Bank seeking for Secretary and C.E.O
Post Name: Secretary / C.E.O
Scale of Pay: Rs.40050-1050-45300-1200-52500-1350-56550 + Other perks (Total emoluments Rs. 58,473/-)
Qualification: M.Com, with Knowledge in Computer Application is essential, Diploma in Computer Application. CAIIB LAW considered as additional qualifications.
Experience: Minimum 10 years of experience in Commercial / reputed Bank as Manager / Senior Manager, Knowledge of Kannada (reading and writing) required.
Age Limit: Should not be more than 50 years of age.
Applicants fulfilling the above conditions may send in their application along with resume. 3 passports size Photos, a crossed DD for Rs.1000/- favoring Bank along with testimonials for proof of age, Qualification and Experienced and addressed to The President, The Bharath Co.operative Bank Ltd., No.30 15th Cross, 3rd Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-11″ within 15 working days of publication of the advertisement. “Application should be super scribed as application for the post of Secretary / C.E.O”. Website:www.bharatbank.comThe Bharath Co-Operative Bank Ltd.,
No.30. 15th Cross, 3rd Block,
Jayanagar, Bangalore – 560 011.
Tel No – 26656820, 26632783, 26633566
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