Recruitment for Back Office and Secretary Bank Mandiri - March 2016


Job information comes from one of the banks in Indonesia, namely:PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk or Mandiri Group (IDX code : BMRI) or referred to as "Bank Mandiri" is the Country's largest commercial banks which is majority owned by the Government of Indonesia. Bank Mandiri was founded on 2 October 1998 as a part of the Indonesian bank restructuring program which implemented by the Government of Indonesia. In July 1999, four state-owned banks - PT Bank Bumi Daya (Persero), PT Bank Dagang Negara (Persero), PT Bank Ekspor Impor Indonesia (Persero) and PT Bank Pembangunan Indonesia (Persero) - were amalgamated into Bank Mandiri. 

Headquartered in Jakarta, Bank Mandiri runs its business through 6 strategic business units (SBU); corporate banking, commercial and business banking (CBB), treasury, financial institution and special asset management (TFS), intitutional banking, micro and retail banking, and consumer finance.


Due to facing fast business growth and expanding of business across Indonesia, PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk is in need of the following staff for employment in Commercial Banking as follows:
1. Back Office
2. Secretary


General Requirements :

  • Male or Female.
  • Minimum education of Bachelor Degree (S1) in any field.
  • A minimum final GPA of 2.50 within 4.00 scales.
  • Good looking.
  • Energetic and confident.
  • Strong communication skill.

For further information, please refer official source from Gunadarma University Career Center on following link below. If you are interested to be a member of Bank Mandiri's big family, please send your application letter, CV and latest photograph to jefri.etrionaldo@bankmandiri.co.id and rekrutmen.cbb@bankmandiri.co.id.Official information you can see through the official information.INFO

Closing date 1 April 2016.Only shortlisted candidate will be proceed on the next step.
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