February 3, 2014

Lowongan Bank BRI - Recruitment Associate Funding Officer

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PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk is recognized as the oldest financial institution in Indonesia, headquartered in Jakarta. Bank BRI has been active since 1895 in Indonesia. The Company also recognized as the biggest state-owned commercial banks in Indonesia with the largest network operations. As of December 2012, the Company had approximately 8,888 office networks nationwide, including 4,925 BRI Units and 1,790 Teras BRI. Based on Bank BRI Full Year 2012 Financial Statement (Audited), the Company sucessfully maintained profitability in 2012. The Company recorded total comprehensive revenue of Rp18.52 trillion for the end of December 2012, representing a growth of 20.08% from total comprehensive revenues in 2011 amounting to Rp15.29 trillion. To answer the challenges of the future, we are seeking for suitably qualified and professional candidates to join as following position:

Associate Funding Officer (AFO)
  • Min D3 all majors from accredited university (PTN/PTS)
  • Min GPA 2.75 (scale 4.00)
  • Age
    • Max 25 years old for fresh graduate
    • Max 30 years old for experienced in same field
  • Have experience in banking/marketing, preferably in the field of fund management (funding)
  • Have a high integrity and initiative
  • Good looking and have a wide networking
  • Willing to be placed in Jakarta Barat (Code : DKI-BRI), Kalimantan Barat (Code : KalBar-DKI), Banten (Code : Banten-BRI)
For further information, please refer official source from Bank BRI on following link below. Those who have close qualifications above are encouraged to send your complete application and kindly mark placement code to PO BOX 023 CPA KSBJ 15224A. Closing date February 14, 2014. All applications will be treated in strict confidential and only use for the purpose of selection. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for further process.
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