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北京  |  无工作经验  |  大专  |  招1人  |  02-13发布


职位: 大堂经理/形象大使 (第三方派遣合同) 

地点: 北京分行 


1.   主动迎接进入网点的客户,礼貌问候。了解客户需求; 

2.   引导客户至适合功能区域;

3.   为客户提供基本的咨询服务。根据客户需求,适时介绍;

4.   银行产品及服务;

5.   积极维护网点营业环境,服务设施及设备的良好状态;

6.   密切关注营业场所动态,异常情况及时上报;

7.   收集和反映客户建议,为优化服务提供参考;

8.   协助处理部分行政事务;

9.   其他上级安排的工作。


上班地址:北京市朝阳区景华南街5 号1 层远洋光华中心C 座



About United Overseas Bank Limited

United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) is a leading bank in Asia with a global network of more than 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific, Western Europe and North America. Since its incorporation in 1935, UOB has grown organically and through a series of strategic acquisitions. In Asia it operates through its branches and representative offices as well as banking subsidiaries in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.

UOB is rated among the world’s top banks, with a rating of Aa1 by Moody’s and AA- by Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings respectively.

UOB provides a wide range of financial services including personal financial services, private banking, business banking, commercial and corporate banking, transaction banking, investment banking, corporate finance, capital market activities, treasury services, futures broking, asset management, venture capital management and insurance.

In Singapore, UOB is a leader in the credit and debit cards business and the private home loans business. It is also a key player in loans to small and medium enterprises. Its fund management arm, UOB Asset Management, is one of Singapore’s most awarded fund managers.

UOB also plays an active role in the community, focusing on the arts, education and children. It has, over more than three decades, held the longest-running art competition in Singapore, the UOB Painting of the Year.

In recognition of its contribution to the arts, UOB was conferred the National Arts Council’s Distinguished Patron of the Arts Award for the ninth consecutive year in 2013. UOB also encourages its employees across the region to be involved in its regular volunteer activities. This includes the annual UOB Heartbeat Run which is held in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and mainland China.

For more information about UOB, visit www.UOBGroup.com.

About United Overseas Bank (China) Limited

United Overseas Bank (China) Limited (UOB (China)) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB), a leading bank in Asia. UOB (China) was incorporated in the People’s Republic of China on 18 December 2007 with a registered capital of Renminbi 3 billion.

Headquartered in Shanghai, UOB (China) commenced business on 2 January 2008. The Bank’s growth in China has been based on a long-term strategic focus which has seen it increase its presence to more than 10 branches and sub-branches in major cities in China.

UOB has 30 years’ experience in China. Our first representative office was set up in Beijing in 1984. In 2006 we were also the first bank from Southeast Asia authorised to settle capital accounts in Shanghai. UOB (China) received a retail Renminbi (RMB) licence and Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) trading membership in 2008 and 2011 respectively. In 2012, UOB (China) received a Qualified Domestic Institutional Investors (QDII) licence, and was one of an initial batch of 20 banks to participate in trading bullion via the SGE's newly-launched interbank platform; 2013, UOB (China) has become one of the first foreign banks to obtain a local mutual fund licence in China. These advances extended further our business offerings to customers operating in China.

UOB (China) is triple A rated for comprehensive financial credibility by China Chengxin International Credit Rating Co., Limited and stable for financial strength outlook.

While developing our business, UOB (China) is also actively investing in our people and take our responsibility to contribute to the society seriously. Since 2012, UOB (China) has held its corporate social responsibility programme, the annual UOB Heartbeat Run/Walk, to we raised fund to support children and education related community projects for beneficiaries in China.

For more information about UOB (China), visit www.UOBChina.com.cn