State’s only listed company, Jammu and Kashmir Bank is hiring again. This was stated by officials on Thursday after formal notification was issued in this regard. Coming as a pleasant surprise, the drive named as Relationship Executive-2015 is aimed to recruit direct officers on ‘contract basis’ for two years.
According to notification, “the placement is purely of contractual nature for a period of Two Years against consolidated pay plus performance linked incentive. After the conclusion of two years contract period, pay/extension/absorption/or otherwise will be subject to performance.”
The bank has avoided paper work and the mode of application is ‘online’ through bank’s website www.jkbank.net from April 2, 2015 to April 16, 2015(both days inclusive).
“No other means/ mode of Application/Registration will be accepted. Candidates should have a valid personal email id. This email id should be kept functional till completion of this recruitment process,” read the notification.
The eligibility criteria for applying is ” educational qualifications should be from a recognized University/Institute (UGC/AICTE approved) and the result should have been declared on or before 31.03.2015. (The fraction of percentage arrived will be ignored i.e. 54.99% will be treatedas less than 55% and 49.99% will be treated as less than 50%).”
The age bar according to notification is “18-30 years of age as on 31032015 (Relaxable upto 5 years in respect of Schedule Caste (SC), Schedule Tribe(ST) and Ex servicemen). The general category candidates born before 31.03.1985 & after 31‐03‐1997 are not eligible to apply.”
Pertinently this is bank’s third drive to recruit officers since 2008. The last being RE-2013 who are yet to complete their two year contract period. Besides, Bank also recruited Banking Associates (Clerk Cadre) in 2011 and than also absorbed few hundred who were dropped in list of RE-2013 batch as ‘contractual banking associates’. J&K Bank is the largest employer after State government. The move is being hailed as bank gives alternate space to professionals who otherwise are desirous of making their career in private sector outside the state.