Abysiniya Bank Vacancy 2022

Abyssinia Bank invites qualified applicants for the following job positions.

Bank of Abyssinia has registered significant growth in paid-up capital and total asset. It also attracted many professional staff members, valuable shareholders, and large customers from all walks of life. This performance indicates public confidence in the Bank and reliability and satisfaction in its services.

Position 1: Foreclosure Officer

Education: LLB Degree in Law

Experience: Minimum of 6 years banking experience, of which 3 years in the area of Law.

The Job Objective is to handle legal matters and court proceedings related to debt. Handle loan litigation cases and criminal cases; appear to all court levels and any tribunals. Identify emerging trends associated with loan defaults that may affect the Bank. Represent the Bank before courts of law and any tribunals. Participate in research works, participate in meetings & prepare periodic reports

Place of work: Addis Ababa (Head Office)

Position 2: Senior Attorney – Foreclosure

Education: LLM/LLB Degree in Law.

Experience: Minimum of 6/8 years Banking experience, of which 4 years in the area of Law.

The Job Objective is to provide legal advices; prepare/review contracts, policies, rules and regulations. Handle non-loan litigation civil cases and criminal cases. Represent the Bank before courts of law and tribunals. Examine legal issues related to new products and services. Conduct trainings, participate in research works, participate in meetings and negotiations, & prepare periodic reports.

Place of work: Addis Ababa ( Head Office )

Position 3: Senior Attorney– Corporate

Education: LLM/LLB Degree in Law.

Experience: Minimum of 6/8 years Banking experience, of which 4 years in the area of Law.

The Job Objective is to provide legal advices; prepare/review contracts, policies, rules and regulations. Handle non-loan litigation civil cases and criminal cases. Represent the Bank before courts of law and tribunals. Examine legal issues related to new products and services. Conduct trainings, participate in research works, participate in meetings and negotiations, & prepare periodic reports.

Place of work: Addis Ababa ( Head Office )

Deadline: December 16, 2022

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How to Apply:

After checking the eligibility criteria and prepared all the necessary documents, qualified and eligible applicants apply online through BoA career website: https://fa-enhf-saasfaprod1.fa.ocs.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/requisitions

• .In person or postal application is not accepted,
.Ineligible/Unqualified applicants will be automatically rejected,
.Applicants are urged to submit only one applications;
.Those who submitted multiple applications will be denied.
.Any updates will be communicated only through email.
.Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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