General Manager-Internal Audit Department, Bangladesh Bank Job

General Manager-Internal Audit Department, Bangladesh Bank Job circular has been published recently. Applications are invited from Bangladeshi Nationals for the post of General Manager (Head of the Department) of Internal Audit Department,Bangladesh Bank on contract basis under the following terms and conditions:

1.Consolidated monthly salary will be in the range of BDT 2,00,000 to BDT 2,25,000 (Including Tax). Salary will be fixed depending on the candidate’s educational qualification and experience.No other benifits will be given.
2.Minimum 08 years work experience in relevant fields after obtaining Chartered Accountancy (CA) degree. Candidates having experience of work in Banks/Financial Institutions, having practical knowledge about IFRS/IAS and International Standard on Internal Auditing and having experience in Risk-based Auditing will be given priority.bangladesh bank job, bangladesh bank job application,, bangladesh bank job website
3.Applicant’s age must be within the range of 47 to 60 years.The appointment will be on contract basis for a 03(three) years term.Interested candidates are requested to send a CV and related documents no later than 20 August,2017 to the following address. Applicants who are currently employed are requested to send their applications through their employment authority. Please note that only short – listed candidates will be notified and invited to participate in the selection process. Applicants have to go through a Viva – Voce process. Incomplete or application with wrong information will be rejected without any contact with the candidate. Bangladesh Bank reserves the right about the final selection. Download Bangladesh Bank job circular, GM, IAD,BB

General Manager-Internal Audit Department Application Process

Address for mailing CV & related documents:
General Manager
Human Resources Department-1
Bangladesh Bank,
Motijheel C/A Dhaka-l000
Tel: 880-2-9530492
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