Standard IBTC Bank is a leading African banking group focused on emerging markets globally. It has been a mainstay of South Africa's financial system for 150 years, and now spans 16 countries across the African continent.
Ultimately, Standard Bank's success is built entirely upon our people. With an unrivalled global reputation for innovation and service, our corporate culture promotes independence, teamwork, and creativity.
We are recruiting to fill the vacant position of:
Job Title: Graduate Trainee Programme
Job Location: Nigeria
Using local insight to achieve results with global impacts is what our network has done for over 150 years. With presence in 20 African countries & offices in all continents of the globe, we are constantly seeking to groom talents who are passionate about building a career. If you are a fresh graduate with an extra swag or a master's degree holder between the ages of 21 and 26 and you are interested in making the most of both worlds, then you are invited to apply for our Graduate Trainee Programme.
Distinctively, the graduate trainee programme in Nigeria will give the successful graduates wide-ranging exposure to different areas of our business including, Personal and Business Banking, Corporate and Investment Banking0 Risk Management, information Technology, Real Estate Finance, Administration, Legal, Finance, Human Resources, Asset Management and Pension Fund Administration.
This programme affords the successful graduates an opportunity to interact with a diverse group of individuals from different backgrounds, a 1 year on-the-job rotation across the business pillars of Stanbic IBTC group, international exposure, trainings to cover a broad range of financial areas, working alongside and learning from product and regional experts and also an opportunity to participate in a structured mentorship programme.
How To Apply:
Interested and qualified candidates should send their resume to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Due Date:26th May, 2015