WHY BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTD.
Bank of Baroda (Kenya) Ltd. started its journey on 14th December 1953. The first Branch of the Bank was opened at Mombasa in Kenya. Today Bank has a total of -14- branches spanning across Kenya. The Bank is offering all types of banking services for its customers and for the past 7 decades has been contributing towards socio-economic up-lifting of the country.
During the last 7 decades, Bank has been able to place itself as a dominant player in the Kenyan Banking Industry. The Bank is committed to deliver in all vital sectors of the economy through lending to various sectors viz. Manufacturing, trading, agriculture etc. The Bank has been placed in the category of Tier II Banks with a good public image and customer confidence. Bank is now aiming towards becoming a Tier I Bank.
Bank of Baroda focuses on its employees, offering a career rather than just a job. Various initiatives are in place to groom employees throughout their life cycle. A comprehensive talent management system is available to groom future leaders of the bank.
The bank hires from a diverse variety of educational backgrounds. With graduates in science, commerce, engineering and business administration in its workforce, an environment of diversity is created among its employees.
Bank of Baroda (Kenya) Ltd. offers a huge variety of opportunities for you to pursue, such as: Bank teller, Banker, Loan processor, Mortgage consultant, Investment representative, Credit analyst, Investment banker, Relationship manager among others.
There are a wide range of benefits offered at Bank of Baroda (Kenya) Ltd. Bank offers excellent additional benefits such as private healthcare.
In terms of prestige, banking is seen as a desirable and prestigious career and is felt to be more secure than other sectors.
At Bank of Baroda (Kenya) there is always the chance to progress through the organization into other roles. Jobs are often advertised internally first, so once you’re into an organization you will be the first to know about vacancies.
Banks are well known for having well-trained staff so whatever your job role, you’ll be given the skills you need to do the job and many of these skills can be transferred to other industries should you decide to move on. As part of training, opportunities to train in India are offered to employees.