Trainee Junior Assistant, Management Trainee

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  • Full Time
  • All Nepal
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Website Lumbini Bikas Bank Limited

JOB OPPORTUNITY

Lumbini Bikas Bank Limited, a leading National Level Development Bank, managed by a highly professional and experienced team in the banking sector, has been planning to expand its branch outlets continuously with a renewed strategic plan. The Bank, therefore, invites application from highly competent, energetic and self-motivated Nepalese citizens for the under mentioned positions.

Management Trainee – Few

Head Office, Existing and Upcoming Branches of Province: Province 1, Province 2, Bagmati Province, Gandaki Province, Lumbini Province, Karnali Province and Sudurpashchim Province

Requirements:

  • Minimum Masters Level (Preferable MBA Degree) in Management with CGPA 3 out of 4 or first division from a recognized University/ College
  • Having Basic Computer Knowledge
  • Not exceeding 30 years
  • Must have Two Wheeler’s Driving License.
  • Must be fluent in English language in both written and spoken

Trainee Junior Assistant – Few

Head Office, Existing and Upcoming Branches of Province: Province 1, Province 2, Bagmati Province, Gandaki Province, Lumbini Province, Karnali Province and Sudurpashchim Province

Requirements:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Management from a recognized University/ College
  • Having Basic Computer Knowledge
  • Not exceeding 28 years
  •  Must have Two Wheeler’s Driving License
  • Must be fluent in English language in both written and spoken

Application without disclosure of age, marks/percentage/CGPA, and minimum qualification shall be disqualification. Only short-listed candidates shall be called for written exam, interview and further selection process. The bank reserves the right to accept or reject any/all application without assigning any reason thereof. Canvassing at any stage of the selection process shall lead to automatic disqualification.

The deadline to apply is 2400 hrs, Mangshir 7, 2078.

Source: Himalayan Times, 3 November, 2021