Posted on :
30 Apr, 2011
Standard Chartered’s aim is to be the world’s best International bank with an extensive global network to service clients on their cross-border and domestic banking needs. To support this ambition, we want to hire high caliber graduates who can think and operate on an international not just a local basis. It’s important to us that our people can think internationally to provide a range of alternative solutions, and be capable of working with customers and colleagues across different time zones, different cultures and with different needs. Standard Chartered Bank Recruits Graduate Trainees
Job ID: 274463
The purpose of the role is to strengthen the international talent pipeline within a specified business stream. The recruitment of International Graduates is an identified strategic hiring initiative aligned to the Strategic People Agenda.
The role comprises of a number of set developmental rotations, academic learning and development initiatives over a period of 18m – 3 year period (depending on the business joined). It is mandatory for any hires to follow all aspects of the programme as defined.
Key Roles & Responsibilities
Specific responsibilities of an International Graduate vary depending on the business stream hired. However, a common thread is that all roles and responsibilities are clearly defined in the form of `Implementation Notes which communicate objectives and learning outcomes for each rotation in each function. These are available on Share-point.
Job Qualifications & Skills
Minimum of a bachelors level degree for all hiring functions, with the exception of Consumer Banking (Masters) as a minimum entry requirement
In addition, Wholesale Bank requires a minimum of two languages (at a `business standard).
Diversity & Inclusion
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. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.
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