Banking Jobs career Mei 2010, Lowongan S1 Ekonomi Perbankan & Keuangan
TRADE SERVICES UNIT HEAD (TSH)
Required Qualifications and Skills:
* Minimum Bachelor Degree in Banking, Economic or Finance from reputable university with GPA > 3.00.
* Minimum have 5 years of banking operation experience, with minimum 3 years experience in the area of Trade Services.
* Minimum 2 years of managerial role in Trade Services Area.
* Good knowledge and understanding in Accounting Principles
* Have in-depth knowledge and understanding in Trade Finance processes and products as well as the best practice.
* Good understanding of export and import business and its regulations.
* High integrity, good judgment and problem solving skills.
* Good communication and people management as well as interpersonal skill.
* Demonstrate high service attitude.
* PC literate and excellent interpersonal skills
* Proficiency in reading, writing and speaking good English
* Responsible to process all Trade transactions (import, export for L/C and non L/C, as well as local L/C) properly and effectively toward best and standard practice based on approved delegated authority.
* Responsible to assist Department Head in maintaining relationships with other departments, such as Product Development, Commercial Banking, Accounting, as well as Customers.
* Responsible to follow up the nostro account reconciliation performed by Accounting/Internal Control department.
* Ensure proper reporting related to Trade Services transactions to Regulatory and Management.
* Provide assistance in quality assurance including handling complaint and investigation as well as resolves complaints and answers questions regarding services and procedures.
* Supervises and coordinates activities of subordinates in Trade Services activities within the HO Operations.
* Assisting Department Head in planning, preparation, and devises work schedules, according to budgets and workloads.
* Communicates with other departments and supervisor to resolve problems and expedite work.
* Reviews and checks work of subordinates such as reports, records, and applications for accuracy and content, and corrects errors.
* Prepares, maintains, and submits reports and records, such as budgets, operational and personnel reports.
* Minimize financial loss to the bank by implementing effective internal policy & procedures.
* Assist Department Head in developing and improving policy and procedures.
Please send comprehensive resume along with contact telephone number and recent photograph to:
(Please put Code: TSH on the subject of email)
All applicants will be treated in strict confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.
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