Job Code: DeptInd 04 043
Position: Industrial Trainees in Internal Audit
The candidate should be a self-starter with an ability to learn quickly and reflect and adopt learnings in accomplishing the given assignments by the mentor.
The candidate is expected to be aware of overall banking practices and norms including credit and operations.
The candidates should possess a working knowledge of NRB Directives, prevailing laws applicable to the financial sector, and accounting standards.
The candidates must have completed 2 years of Articleship Training and be eligible for the industrial trainee as per rules and regulation of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nepal (ICANI).
Candidate is mandatorily required to mention the job code of the vacancy they are applying for in the application. Application without mentioning job code will be automatically disqualified.
Candidates need to submit a separate application for each job code and candidates can submit multiple applications for different job codes.
Canvassing at any stage of the process will lead to automatic disqualification.
The candidate needs to apply for a specific position and location as per their preference under the vacancy and multiple applications for the position at multiple department/location is also allowed. Documentary evidence related to qualification and experience shall be sought from the shortlisted candidates. The Bank reserves the right to reject any application without assigning any reason whatsoever.
Deadline to Apply: March 03, 2021
This Job is expired. The Company is no longer accepting applications for this position.
NIC Asia Bank is one of the largest private sector commercial banks in the country in terms of capital base, balance-sheet size, number of branches, ATM network and customer base. The Bank has 53 branches at present, which will be expanded to 66 branches within July 2014 with the relocation of 13 branches, which were merged together during the merger process. The existing branch network, across Nepal, covers almost all major financial centers of the country.