Contract SBI jobs for officers – Vice President, Managers
SBI jobs for officers – Vice President, Managers
SBI jobs for Officers in Specialised Positions. Recruitment of Officers in Specialised Positions in State Bank of India.
Applications are invited from Indian citizens for appointment in following Specialised Positions in State Bank of India.
SBI Contract jobs – Vice President, Managers jobs in SBI
On contract basis:
(i) Vice President (Online Fulfilment / Integration and Journeys / Superstore Fulfilment)
(ii) Product Development Manager (e2e Digitisation)
(iii) Senior Manager (e-Commerce)
(iv) Manager (e-Commerce)
SBI Regular jobs – Assistant Vice President jobs in State Bank of India
On regular basis (Officer in Scale MMGS-III):
(i) Assistant Vice President (Servicing)
(ii) Assistant Vice President (Customer Experience)
(iii) Assistant Vice President (B2C Marketplace Acquisition)
(iv) Assistant Vice President (B2B Fulfilment)
(v) Assistant Vice President (B2C Fulfilment)
For vacancy position, eligibility criteria, terms & conditions and online application please refer to our Advertisement No. CRPD/SCO-IT/2016-17/08 available on the bank’s website https://www.sbi.co.in/careers – “Latest Announcement”
Online registration of applications & payment of fees: 22nd August, 2016 to 05th September, 2016
Last date for receipt of printout of online application with enclosures: 10th September,2016
For any query, please mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 20th August, 2016
Central Recruitment & Promotion Department, Mumbai.
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