Full-Time Equitas Bank job vacancies for Officers, Managers
Equitas Small Finance Bank Ltd, Walk-In Interview for Business Development Officers, Business Development Managers
Equitas Walk-in for Business Development Officers and Managers
Post Name: Business Development Officers
Requirements: Graduates with minimum 1 year experience in BFSI Sales with good communication skills.
Post Name: Business Development Managers
Requirements: Graduates, preferably MBA, with minimum 2 years experience in leading teams in BFSI sales with good communication skills.
Excellent salary with best incentive in Banking
If unable to walk in, mail your cv to email@example.com with subject line: Application for Business Development Officer / Manager
Walk-In on 14th & 15th June, 2017 (10am-5pm) at,
1 Floor, Bhaggyam Galleria, Old No. 80, New No. 18.
Bazullah Road, T Nagar, Chennai 600017
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