Standard Chartered Bank
(Others - Indonesia - Jakarta Raya)
Our International Graduate Programme offers world class development. It celebrates diversity and inclusion, open mindedness, original thought and ambition â€“ qualities we look for in the future leaders of our organization.
The International Graduate Programme is a targeted development for recent graduates from any background who are interested to develop a career in international banking. Opportunities exist for graduates in every discipline to join the programme.
To find out more and to apply please visit www.standardchartered.com/graduates. Those who pass online test will be invited for interview.
The world's best international bank, leading the way in Asia, Africa and the Middle East
Standard Chartered aspires to be the best international bank for its customers across its markets. The Bank derives more than 90 per cent of its operating income and profits from Asia, Africa and the Middle East, generated from its Wholesale and Consumer Banking businesses. The Group has around 1,750 branches and outlets located in over 70 countries. The extraordinary growth of its markets and businesses creates exciting and challenging international career opportunities.
Standard Chartered PLC, listed on both London and Hong Kong stock exchanges, ranks among the top 25 companies in the FTSE-100. The London-headquartered Group has operated for over 150 years in some of the world's most dynamic markets. Its income and profits have more than doubled over the last five years primarily as a result of organic growth and supplemented by acquisitions.
Leading by example to be the right partner for its stakeholders, the Group is committed to building a sustainable business over the long term and is trusted worldwide for upholding high standards of corporate governance, social responsibility, environmental protection and employee diversity. It employs 75,000 people, nearly half of who are women. The Group's employees are of 115 nationalities, of which 60 are represented among senior management.
Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage.
Standard Chartered is an equal opportunity employer. We have a meritocratic culture where each individual employee is valued and respected for who they are as a person and for what they bring to the organisation.
Go Places with a bank where everyone can make their mark.
To Apply for this position, please CLICK HERE
- Recent graduates from any disciple. For Consumer Banking IG, minimum Master Degree
- For Wholesale Banking IG minimun Bachelor Degree.
- International Mindset
- People Person
- Share our values
Closing Date: 14-5-09
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Standard Chartered Bank
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