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Employer BANKING TRAINEES

Hatton National Bank in Sri Lanka

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We are Sri Lanka's premier private commercial bank. We were named the Best Retail Bank in Sri Lanka in 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010 by the Asian Banker Magazine & the Best Bank in Sri Lanka in 2009 & 2010 by Euromoney Magazine.We are now looking for dedicated & enthusiastic school leavers to strengthen our team.

BANKING TRAINEES

Preliminary Qualifications:
- GCE O/L with 05 Credits which should include a Distinction in either English or Mathematics. Accountancy can be an alternative subject for Mathematics.
- GCE A/L with 03 passes one of which must be a Credit pass.

Additional Qualifications
- Basic knowledge in IT
- A flair for interpersonal relations/customer care
- Good command of English

Training
- Training period is 02 years during which an allowance is paid.
- On the successful completion of the training, candidates will be considered for appointment as Banking Assistants subject to availability of positions & will be paid an attractive remuneration package.

All applications should be strictly routed through www.hnb.net by selecting the option "careers"

Apply within 07 days of this advertisement.

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