|Job Title||Department||Opening Date||Closing Date||Contract Terms|
|Branch Representative||Retail Banking and Wealth Management||24 October 2018||24 November 2018||Permanent|
|Senior ITID Specialist||IT||23 October 2018||07 November 2018||Permanent|
|Mid-Market Enterprise Relationship Manager||Wholesale Banking||23 October 2018||04 November 2018||Permanent|
|Product Management and Communications Coordinator||Wholesale Banking||19 October 2018||04 November 2018||12 months|
|Credit Documentation Manager||Credit Services Department||18 October 2018||28 October 2018||Permanent|
|Credit Documentation Officer||Credit Services Department||18 October 2018||28 October 2018||Permanent|
Employees benefit from a wide range of advantages, such as medical insurance, staff banking, competitive salaries, personal, professional growth and flexible working opportunities.
Medical insurance is available to all permanent and temporary employees.
HSBC offers competitive salaries and performance-based incentive schemes.
Flexible working is a unique benefit that HSBC provides to all its employees with the aim of allowing people to have healthy and productive work-life balance and help the bank to become the preferred employer of choice
We provide training and development such as the Group Leadership Capabilities scheme, Global Talent Management Strategy, coaching, mentoring and Personal Development Plans. We develop our staff as experts in each of our fields of excellence, meeting our customers’ diverse requirements to the highest possible standards.
We are looking for talented, highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals who:
We welcome applicants from all career and educational backgrounds; however in an environment as diverse as ours, professional knowledge, as well as fluency in Armenian, English and Russian are important.
Please remember that your application is our first contact with you. Getting your application right is more important than getting it in first, so follow the steps below to make sure yours is as good as it can be.
Research the role you are applying for. Review the role profile carefully, the job responsibilities and required qualifications needed for high-level performance.
Review your current skills and experience against the role profile to gain an accurate view of your strengths and possible areas for development.
Give genuine thought as to whether this is the right role, making sure it fits with your skills, interest and personal motivation in the short and longer term. Try to avoid simply applying for a role to escape the one you are in. You, as well as the recruiting manager, need to know there is a genuine interest and fit.
After you have sent your CV via email@example.com you will receive an acknowledgment notification from our Human Resources department. If you do not receive notice of receipt from us, it means HSBC has not received any application from you.
Once we receive your application, we will assess it against our requirements and criteria. If we do not contact you by the date committed in our notice of receipt, it means that your application was not successful.
Our tests aim to measure your skills, such as logical thinking, detail orientation, speed, English language knowledge through evaluation of text passages, ability to use charts and graphs, competence to work with numbers, time management, as well as explore how aligned your personal values are with those of HSBC. For some specialised roles there may be a need to participate in specialised tests which will measure the level of your specific professional knowledge and expertise.
If you pass the tests successfully we will invite you for interview(s). Our interview(s) are usually face to face and are mainly conducted by an HR representative and the hiring manager(s). If the applicant is not successful at the interview stage they will receive an e-mail.
Successful candidates will receive a call/e-mail from HSBC Human Resources Department with an official job offer.
At HSBC we offer internship programmes to suit your career needs and to apply to at a certain stage of your university education. We recognise that having meaningful work experience will greatly increase your employment prospects, which is why our internship scheme is designed to give you as much exposure as possible to our business, operations and customers through not only learning but completing daily tasks and various projects.
Through the HSBC Internship Programme we aim to:
Before you start your internship with HSBC you will attend an induction course and an orientation meeting organised by the HSBC HR team. This will be an excellent chance for you to get a view of the HSBC Group and HSBC Armenia, and in particular the values and business principles, code of conduct and core policies.
To make your internship worthwhile and mutually beneficial you will have the chance to get on-the-job training. You will get experience in our key business areas and enhance your knowledge of the financial services industry. At the same time, we will give you feedback on your performance to further enhance your skills and qualifications.
We will periodically announce internship opportunities that will be available at a given time in the bank. Our announcements are usually published on our website, as well as on career portals, such as www.staff.am , www.jobfinder.am and www.careercenter.am . We also send the announcements to the career centers of our partner educational institutions such as ATC, UFAR, AUA, YSU, ASUE, IAB.
If interested please send your CV and a Cover Letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please write the internship role title on the subject line of your e-mail while applying.
The following preliminary criteria must be met by interested applicants:
HSBC offers a truly global perspective that few other employers can match, along with extensive opportunities to learn and develop your skillsJohn Flint, HSBC Group Chief Executive