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PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Sumatera Utara - D3 Frontliner Bank Sumut April 2019

Written By JobsCDC on 18.4.19 | 8:44 AM

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Bank Sumut
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PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Sumatera Utara - Bank Sumut is a rapid growing regional development bank in Indonesia. Bank Sumut is owned by the regional government (provincial, regency and municipal) in North Sumatra Province. As of December 2017, Bank Sumut is 46.82% owned by the Provincial Government of North Sumatera, 11.73% by all municipal governments in North Sumatera, and 41.45% by all regency governments in North Sumatera. Headquartered in Medan North Sumatera, Bank Sumut runs its business through 36 conventional branch offices, 6 sharia branch offices, 98 conventional sub branch offices, 16 sharia sub branch offices, 38 cash offices, 31 mobile cash units, 65 Payment Points, 121 office channeling units and 293 ATM units. Bank Sumut's head office is registered at Jl Imam Bonjol 18 Medan.

In term of financial performance, Bank Sumut managed to recorded good performance in the business year of 2017. According to information found in PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Sumatera Utara Annual Report 2017 as cited by JobsCDC.com, Bank Sumut registerd total net profit of Rp630 billion in 2017. This number equivalent with an increase of 7.78% year-on-year (YOY) as compared to the previous year’s net profit of Rp585 billion. Bank Sumut also recorded an asset growth of 10.55% YOY from Rp26.17 trillion in 2016 to Rp28.93 trillion in 2017.

In line with its continued expansion program, PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Sumatera Utara is calling young smart people to seize theese career opportunities

Frontliner

Requirements
  • Preferably Female.
  • Minimum D3 in all major, except Midwifery, Health, literature and Education / teacher training.
  • Fresh Graduate or those who have experience working at the Bank.
    Minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.75 for PTN 2.75 and 3.00 for PTS.
  • Maximum age of 23 years old.
  • Attractive. with minimum height of 160 cm for Female and 165 cm for Male.
  • The work period ends until the age of 33 (thirty three) years.
  • Domiciled in Nias Island, Mandailing Natal District and Padang Lawas Regency (evidenced by a legalized copy of the Family Card).
  • Willing to be placed according to the domicile of the applicant (Nias Island, Mandailing Natal District and Padang Lawas Regency).
  • Not married and willing not to marry for 2 (two) years from the date of appointment of employees.
  • Willing to undergo an official bond for 3 (three) years from the date of appointment of employees.
  • If breaking / stopping while undergoing an official bond will be charged compensation and training fees. 
Required application documents
  1. Application letter;
  2. A legalized copy of the valid Identity Card (KTP and Family Card) shows the domicile that is suitable for placement;
  3. Curriculum Vitae;
  4. Color photographs Size 4 x 6 with blue background (2 sheets);
  5. Closeup photo full body with white background (1 sheet);
  6. Copy of diploma and value transcript (legalized);
  7. SKCK;
  8. Other supporting documents.
For further information, please refer official source from Bank Sumut on following link below. To apply for this opportunity, please send all required application documents above not later than 20 April 2019 (post mark) to PO BOX 1100 MEDAN. All selection process will held at Medan. Only candidates that meet the above qualification will be shortlisted.(JobsCDC.com/Source)

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