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Saturday, September 15, 2018

Job Vacancy at UBA: Positions, Salary + Everything You Need To Know

JOB VACANCY AT UBA PLC: POSITIONS, SALARIES + EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

The united Bank for Africa, popularly shortened as UBA are currently recruiting and they are in search of people to fill in for the position of;

TITLE OF THE JOB: GRADUATE TRAINEE

United Bank for Africa are looking for graduate with strong passion and those who are willing to work smart, for you to apply for it, you must make sure you;

  • Have fully completed you National Youth service Program (NYSC) and should have a completion certificate to prove that.
  • Have the drive to draw customers to the bank (customer hunting), and also you must be result driven.
  • Are below the age 27, any age above 27 means automatic disqualification.
  • Now that you know what you should do before applying, let us look into what the bank requires of you.


BASIC REQUIREMENTS


  • EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: All applicants must have a minimum of Bsc. When applying for the job.
  • Must be willing to pay attention to details
  • Must be focused and have a high level of motivation
  • Applicants must be swift and must be able to process data without any errors
  • Applicants must have a good marketing and selling skills.
  • Effective communication skills, for easy communication with customers
  • Applicants must possess high level of integrity and problem resolution skills.


EXPECTED SALARIES FOR THE GRADUATE TRAINEE PROGRAM

This information is from a staff of the United Bank for Africa. At the entry level, the monthly salary of the workers is estimated to N142,000 which is the lowest one can receive there. As time goes on and as the worker keeps increasing in his or her leadership position in the bank, the salary keeps increasing. It all requires hard work and how well you can reach the target. Contract (temporary) staffs however earns about N60,000.

HIERARCHY OF WORKERS IN THE BANK

There are several employees in the bank working together to achieve a common goal, the hierarch of the bank includes:
Executive officer – Assistant Banking Officer – Banking Officer – Senior Banking Officer – Assistant Manager of the Bank – Manager – Senior Manager – Ass. General Manager – General Manager – Executive Director – Finally, the Managing Director (MD).

ABOUT UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA (UBA)

UBA is known as one of the leading banks in Nigeria, it was founded in the year 1949 (69 years old) and has been operating fully ever since. UBA runs in about 20 African countries and also out of the shores of Africa, they operate in the United States of America (USA, Newyork), United Kingdom (UK, London) and in France (Paris), currently they have an estimate of fifteen million customers globally and over a thousand business offices globally.
The name of the bank didn’t start up as UBA, it was known as BFB when it started which stands for British and French Bank Limited, but the bank began to expand rapidly and it started spreading across African countries such as Tanzania, Benin Republic, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Zambia, Cameroon, Uganda, Congo DR, Senegal, Cote de Voire, Guinea, Liberia, Kenya, Mozambique, Gabon, Mali in the year 2005. The name UBA began afterward following the initial offer in the year 1970 by the Nigerian Banking Industry.


ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS OF UBA


  • In 1961, the bank got registered under the Nigerian law, which makes them one of the first international Banks to be registered in Nigeria.
  • They are the first Nigerian Bank to have the N1 trillion balance sheet size ever.
  • In 1990, they embarked on a GDR program which makes them one of the first.
  • They partnered with MoneyGram to open the first MoneyGram Location in Nigeria.
  • They were the first bank in Nigeria to introduce the Automated Teller Machine (ATM).
  • They are the only sub Saharan bank currently with a deposit taking license in USA.

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