Graduate Recruitment Programme In First Bank of Nigeria
First Bank of Nigeria is a Nigerian bank and financial services firm.
First Bank traces its ancestry back to the first major financial institution founded in Nigeria; hence the name. The bank is the largest retail lender in the nation, while most banks gather funds from consumers and loan it out to large corporations and multinationals, First Bank has created a small market for some of its retail clients.
- Not more than 27 years old by February 2012
- Must have completed NYSC with a valid certificate
- Minimum of BSC with “Second Class Lower” or HND with “Upper Credit”
- Year of graduation not earlier than 2007
- Additional requirments
- Analytical in reasoning
- Passionate & result driven
- Excellent communication skills
- Proficient in the use of MS Excel, Word and Power Point at the least
METHOD OF APPLICATION
The recruitment process starts when you have submitted your application online and the confirmation page appears on your screen indicating ”application successfully submitted”.
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