BSDP is a fast track program for the next generation of Citibank Branch Relationship Manager and Branch Leaders. The program is designed to develop high caliber, first class branch relationship manager with financial advisory skills by providing them with practical “hands-on” orientation.
This program offers graduates an opportunity to develop their potential sales skills through intensive 12-months program that combines in-class training, self-study coursework, challenging work assignments and in-branch on the job training in an environment that encourages an reward excellence.
A Career with Citibank has much to offer. Citibank provide professional challenges and opportunities to excel in the world of banking.
1. Sales Distribution & Reengineering
Branch Plan for 19 branches, covering:
IPB Acquisition Business
Capacity / Head Count
RMs and Acquisition Target
Monthly Sales Productivity Analysis:
Retail RM; Priority RM
Banking Product Specialist
SOP/SIP Scheme Review and Findings (for RMs, Heads, Acquisitions Team and all Product Specialists).
Capacity Tracking for Regional
Sales Program Tracking.
Sales R&R Scheme (BSA, Chairman’s Councils Award, etc.)
Special projects, i.e.: Team Concept, SRM restructure, Sales Process improvement, etc.
Independent CCSA Reviewer.
Support Retail Banking in overall sales management processes.
Develop innovative and cost-effective processes with clarity and easy adaptation approach for retail branches.
Work closely with branches and other departments to up, keep a smooth and easy sales process.
Take charge of sales projects assigned by Retail Bank senior management
Bachelor Degree from reputable University
Have 8-10 year experiences in banking and/ or have experience in Operational and Managing Branch.
Have a good communication in English and Bahasa (oral & written)
Strong in analytical, negotiation and presentation skills
Strong leadership, results oriented, hard working, highly motivated and ability to work under pressure
2. Branch Sales Development Program
Serve as the primary frontline liaison with Citibank customers.
Build the business by expanding existing accounts and acquiring new customers.
Develop and implement planning of sales activities in order to achieve given targets.
Assess customer needs and make appropriate product recommendations.
Assist customers in their financial planning.
Ensure that current and prospective customers have a consistently superior Citibank experience.
Has strong passionate in sales and service oriented
Bachelor’s degree from a reputable university and a minimum GPA of 3.00; Overseas University will be considered
Familiarity with lifestyle of the affluent market
Ability to build and maintain business networks effectively
Excellent verbal and written English
High level of integrity, confidence, persistence, and dedication
Strong interpersonal and communications skills
Ability to multi-task and work under pressure
Self-driven, eager to learn and a strong need for achievement
If the above criteria suits you, please send your comprehensive resume within 10 days from today with recent photograph to :
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
Closing Date: 12-11-08
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
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