Closing Date – 2017.09.27
INSTITUTE OF BANKERS OF SRI LANKA
Established and managed by a Governing Board representing the Central Bank of Sri Lanka,
Licensed Banks, Fellows and Associates under the Institute of Bankers of Sri Lanka (Incorporation) Act No.26 of 1979
Post of Library Assistant,
The IBSL is a statutorily established Institute for providing staff training for the banking sector. Its operations involve in a large volume of data on student registration for the IBSL examinations, conduct of examinations, release of examination results and financial payments operations.
• Degree from a recognized University in Library Science with post-qualifying experience
• Ability to work in a computerized environment and communication skills in English
• Age preferably below 35 years
One year, renewable upon good performance. If the candidate is found to be the right one, permanent post can be considered after a sufficient period of contract.
Five days per week including Saturday and Sunday from 9.15 am to 5.15 pm
Monthly salary around Rs. 27,000, special payments of 2-4 months’ salary based on overall annual profit of IBSL, EPF, ETF, Hospitalization Insurance of Rs. 400,000 and outdoor medical bill reimbursement up to Rs. 35,000.
If you think you are the right candidate, please forward your CV within 10 days with the copies of Degree, A/L & 0/L certificates and contact details of two non-related referees to reach Director/COBAF at the address given below or Email : [email protected]
IBSL Towers, No.80A, Elvitigala Mawatha, Colombo 08.
Tel: 0115219245, 0112425617, 0766536697 E mail: [email protected]
- Sunday Observer – 2017.09.17
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