Union Bank of India Recruitment 2016 — Vice President Posts
Current Recruitment Notification Union Bank of India 2016 | 01 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
Union Bank of India Recruitment 2016 – Vice President Posts: Union Bank of India has inform 01 vacant seats for Vice President (Marketing) on contractual basis. Do you have a dream of getting joined Union Bank of India may attend for apply in the prescribed format from 07/10/2016 to 18/10/2016. Other details are mention below..
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Union Bank of India Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 01
Name of the Posts: Vice President (Marketing)
35 to 50 years.
MBA from a recognized University or a reputed institute recognized by Government authorities with relevant experience.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on interview.
Fees Of Application Form:
Pay Rs. 600/- by Challan directly in the account of the Bank through NEFT credit with Name of the account: Union Bank of India – Recruitment Project, Type of Account: Current, Account No. 378901010037011, Bank & Branch: Union Bank of India, Nariman Point (MMO) Branch & IFSC Code – UBIN0537896.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their duly filled application in prescribed format along with passport size photograph on the application form & sign along with relevant scanned copies of certificates regarding date of birth, qualification, challan in pdf format by email at email address firstname.lastname@example.org from 07/10/2016 to 18/10/2016.
Starting Date for Submit of Application Form: 07/10/2016
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 18/10/2016.
Job Location: India
About Us – Union Bank of India (Union Bank) was registered on 11 November 1919 as a limited company in Mumbai and was inaugurated byMahatma Gandhi. At the time of India’s Independence in 1947, Union Bank only had four branches – three in Mumbai and one inSaurashtra, all concentrated in key trade centres. After Independence Union Bank accelerated its growth and by the time the government nationalised it in 1969, it had grown to 240 branches in 28 states. Shortly after nationalisation, Union Bank merged inBelgaum Bank, a private sector bank established in 1930 that had itself merged in a bank in 1964, the Shri Jadeya Shankarling Bank.