Manager – IFB Products Development Division
8 years of work experience
Awash Bank Vacancy Today (Update for 2023)
Awash bank vacancy is now out for various positions Awash Bank is among the largest private banks in Ethiopia established in 1995 with a paid capital ETB of 24.2 Million. As of now, Awash Bank has 4369 shareholders and capital of ETB 5.87 billion. Awash Bank has over 446 Branches across the country.
Awash International Bank has flourished over 25 years in a quickly evolving economy. Started with a modest beginning and a visionary aim, Awash Bank marks the history of Ethiopia to exceed a billion profit which makes it the first private in Ethiopia in this regard in the financial year 2019.Awash Bank is currently working towards strengthening its capital base, technological capabilities, Human resources and customer base. The Bank would like to invite interested and qualified applicants to awash bank vacancy and apply.
Position : Manager – IFB Products Development Division
Available Position : 1
Deadline : August 30, 2023
- BA Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Economics and Management
- minimum of eight (8) years in Banking operation, with at least 3 years in directorial role preferably in the banking sector.
How to apply
Applicants who are interested for Awash bank vacancy and fulfill the listed requirement, are invited to apply Online following Awash bank job application system within 7 consecutive days from this announcement.
NOTE -incomplete applications won’t be considered
For more information, please visit our website https://www.awashbank.com/vacancy/
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