Full-Time Catholic Syrian Bank requires Legal Officer, Agriculture Credit Officer and Inspector of Branches
Catholic Syrian Bank, a leading private sector bank. Invites applications from dynamic, committed and self-motivated professionals for the following positions;
Catholic Syrian Bank hiring for Legal Officer, Agriculture Credit Officer and Inspector of Branches
Post Name: Legal Officer (Middle / Junior level)
Age: Below 40 years,
Experience: Minimum of 5 years bar experience and active practice in Civil / Criminal /Consumer / Labour / Bank Recovery laws.
Post Name:Inspector of Branches
Age: Age is not a deterring factor for eligible candidates (retired employees may also apply).
Experience: Minimum 3 years experience in audit and inspection of Bank Branches / Offices. Knowledge of ‘Credit’ is essential.
Post Name: Agriculture Credit Officer
Qualification: Graduation in Agriculture / other related courses like Horticulture, Fisheries, Agri Business Management, etc. to be posted in branches in Kerala /Tamil Nadu / Andhra Pradesh &Telangana / Karnataka / Maharashtra,
Experience: Minimum 2 years in the related field.
Age: Below 35 years.
Compensation, on CTC basis, will be commensurate with experience and/or last drawn salary. Details of eligibility norms are available on our website.
Interested candidates who meet the eligibility criteria may send their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject as Recruitment 2018.
Head Office, CSB Bhavan,
St. Mary’s College Road,
Thrissur, Kerala 680020
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