On May 6, 2022, Sai Gon J.S. Commercial Bank (SCB) joined Center Of Enterprise Cooperation and Alumni (CECA), a functional center under governance of Ton Duc Thang University, in organizing the 2022 Job Fair (TDTU Job Fair 2022).
With the aim of connecting recruiters with potential job seekers, giving opportunities for information exchange between students and enterprises, the event at Ton Duc Thang University was reported to have participation of about 5,000 students studying 40 majors at universities and 15 majors at colleges.
As the gold sponsor for the event, representative of SCB, Mr. Nguyen Tuong Quang - Deputy Head of Banking Strategy & Development Division attended the opening ceremony and awarded scholarships to students who overcome difficulties to achieve academic merits.
The SCB booth attracted more than 500 applicants with helpful advice and information about the bank's career opportunities, recruitment procedures and conditions.
Being one of the leading banks in Vietnam, SCB currently has more than 7,000 employees. Considering human resources as the highest value, the bank has been investing in many activities out of building a workplace with comprehensive policy for employees’ benefits.
Over the years, the bank has been continuously received acclaims for its pleasant working environment. In 2021, SCB was honored as "Best Companies To Work For In Asia 2021" after an independent survey and assessment from HR Asia, a top magazine for HR professionals in Asia.
Some photos of SCB booth at the event:
Representative of SCB, Mr. Nguyen Tuong Quang (in white shirt) - Deputy Head of Banking Strategy & Development Division attends the opening ceremony and awards scholarships to students.
SCB booth gets the attention from many students.
Consultants from SCB exchanges with the students information about the bank's career opportunities, recruitment procedures and conditions.
SCB joins the event to find potential and competent nominees for the bank's job requirements and working environment.
Announcement about continuous preferential programs for SCB Card service charges for individual customers