Contract SBI-State Bank hiring for HR Specialist, Banking Advisor and Supervisory
SBI State Bank of India, Recruitment of Specialist cadre officers on Regular / contractual basis. Central Recruitment & Promotion Department Corporate Centre, Mumbai. Applications are invited from Indian Citizens for recruitment to the under noted posts in State Bank of India.
SBI State Bank seeking for HR Specialist, Banking Advisor and Supervisory
Post Name: Specialist cadre officers
Job type: Regular / contractual basis
* HR Specialist (Recruitment)
* HR Specialist (Manpower Planning)
* Internal Communication Specialist
* Banking Supervisory Specialists (BSS)
* Defence Banking Advisor (Army)
* Defence Banking Advisor (Para Military Forces)
* Circle Defence Banking Advisor
Eligibility criteria: (age, qualification, experience and key skills), requisite fees and other details are available under Advertisement No. CRPD/SCO/2018-19/02 on Bank’s website https://bank.sbi/careers OR https://www.sbi.co.in/careers along with a link for online registration of application and payment of fee.
– Candidates are advised to go through the detailed advertisement ensuring their eligibility/vacancy position etc. before applying and payment of fee.
Dates for online registration and uploading of documents of application and payment of fee: 15th may 2018 to 02nd june, 2018.
For any query please mail to email@example.com
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