Vacancy for Junior Assistant at Samudayik Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
A financial organization called Samudayik Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited is now looking for competent individuals to fill Junior Assistant posts at its branch offices in Province No. 1 and the hilly regions of Bagmati Province.
Nepali nationals who meet the conditions are encouraged to submit an application within 15 days of the notice’s publication.
Candidates must have passed the certificate exam or a test with a similar objective in order to be considered for the Junior Assistant post.
Candidates also need to be familiar with email, the internet, and computer usage. It’s also preferred to have a license to operate a motorcycle or scooter.
This role has a maximum age range of 18 to 35 years old. Female applicants may, however, submit applications up to five years after the maximum age.
According to their policies, the financial institution will offer pay allowance and other service facilities.
The application form is available for download at www.slbsl.com.np, the organization’s website. The filled-out application must be delivered to the institution’s central office or emailed to [email protected] together with copies of the applicant’s biodata, passport-size photo, educational credentials, and citizenship in Nepal certificates.
The Samudayik Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited Recruitment Committee will examine all applications and shortlist qualified individuals. Please be aware that this financial institution owns all rights associated with hiring new employees.
Apply as soon as you can before the deadline if you’re interested in working for this financial organization as a Junior Assistant.
You can reach the Recruiting Committee by phone at 011-662251/011-660432 at the central office in Banepa-14 Sanga, Kavrepalanchok if you have any additional questions.
View the Notice Below: – Vacancy for Junior Assistant at Samudayik Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
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