Abu Dhabi Banking Jobs 2019 For Bank Assistant Clerk in SBI Latest

Grab this incredible opportunity offering for Abu Dhabi Banking Jobs 2019 For Bank Assistant Clerk in SBI Latest. An application is being announced by SBI stands for State Bank of India offering by its representative office looking young, well disciplined, hard working, caliber and experienced individual for the position of Assistant Clerk which needs to be filled with graduate qualification with between 20 to 27 years of age. An eligible candidate will get paid an attractive monthly salary which would be around 5650 dirhams including standard benefits as per the policy. All candidates are requested to read the eligibility criteria carefully before taking steps forward for applying.

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Bank NameState Bank of India
Job LocationDubai & Abu Dhabi
NationalityIndians Only
EducationGraduate
Experience2 years Banking Experience
Age Limit20-27 years old
Monthly Salary5650 AED /- (Confirm)
BenefitsExcellent
Posted Date2nd October 2019

State Bank of India Abu Dhabi Banking Jobs For Bank Clerk

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Candidate preferably with at least Graduate qualified.
  • Required some specific age limit candidate which must between 20 to 27 years old.

How To Apply For Abu Dhabi Banking Jobs?

Interested applicants can forward their job application for Abu Dhabi and Dubai banking jobs at the following email below. Only shortlisted candidates will get notified by the employer. Non-eligible candidate please do not apply.

Applying Details For Banking Jobs in Abu Dhabi

Last Date To Apply: Tuesday, 8th October 2019
Email CV For Dubai: [email protected]
Email CV For Abu Dhabi: [email protected]

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