Jawatan Kosong : Bank Negara Malaysia

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1. Maintenance Officers

Requirements
•3 years experience in handling and maintaining M&E works in high rise buildings;
•Have full knowledge of plant and equipment and maintain these in an efficient order by following routine maintenance procedure ; and
•Candidate must have the Chargemen Certification (A4) from TNB

Application must be submitted via email to: recruit@bnm.gov.my

2. Personal Assistant / Administrative Assistant


Requirements
•A recognised Diploma in Executive Secretaryship / Secretarial Science / Office Management or equivalent;
•Credit in Bahasa Melayu, English and Mathematics at SPM / MCE / SPMV Level ;
•Preferably with a minimum of 2 – 3 years working experience in a secretarial function; and
•Good command of both written and spoken English

Application must be submitted via email to: recruit@bnm.gov.my

3. Security Assistant / Security Department

Requirements
Academic:
•SPM with 4 credit in core subjects :-
•Bahasa Malaysia;
•Bahasa Inggeris; and
•2 other subjects

Age: 18-25 years
Height: 5'5″
Experience: On the Job Training

Application must be submitted via email to: recruit@bnm.gov.my

4. Ex-servicemen

Academic
•SPM with 4 credit in core subjects :-
•Bahasa Malaysia;
•Bahasa Inggeris; and
•2 other subjects

Age: 18-25 years
Height: 5'5″
Experience: Last rank (at least 1 year) as Corporal

Application must be submitted via email to: recruit@bnm.gov.my

5. Executive Officer / International Department

Role Purpose
Assist the supervisor in planning, coordinating and facilitating the development and implementation of Knowledge Management (KM) strategies and initiatives within the department, to manage and maintain IT resources as well as to assist in coordinating and preparing the Department's yearly budget requirements.

Principal Accountabilities:

KMO
•Continuously build awareness and explore how knowledge management can be embedded in the strategies and core processes of the department so as to build a knowledge culture in the department.
•Assist the supervisor in managing the knowledge management requirements in the department so as to develop a KM infrastructure, including its library, knowledge database.
•Perform research and continuously value add the department's knowledge on pertinent KM issues and trends which may impact the department's strategies and processes.

COMPUTER / IT RELATED
•Administer and maintain the computer resources/IT equipments (computers/Notebooks/printers) and services in the Department.
•Provide effective and efficient support, guidance and overcome problems (trouble shoot) faced by users related to the use computer facilities.
•Assist the supervisor in preparing the budget for computer-related equipment for the Department as well as to work closely with Jabatan Perkhidmatan IT (JIT) in monitoring repairs and maintenance of computer equipment.
•Monitor the movements of PCs and computer-related equipment in the Department.

OPERATING PLAN
•Assist the supervisor in preparing and monitoring department's budget needs.
•Ensure all expenditures are within the budget procedures as set out by the Bank.
•Identify appropriate budget allocations required by the Department for all administrative budget such as IT Budget, Asset Acquisition Budget, Supplementary Budget, etc..

Critical Success Factors
•Good collaborative behaviour.
•Excellent interpersonal skill.
•Ability to perform multiple tasks in an efficient and timely manner.
•Leverage on IT.

Key Challenges
•Able to cope with voluminous administrative work.
•Able to meet tight deadlines.

Requirements
Academic qualification:

•Diploma in any related field.(at least a 2nd Class Upper (or equivalent)) or a professional qualification in Accounting / Financial Engineering / Islamic Banking / Insurance / Actuarial Science / Finance / Commercial Law / Statistics / Mathematics or Economics.

•Credits in Bahasa Malaysia, English and Mathemathics at SPM/SPMV level.

Experience:
At least 2 years working experience.

Other Requirement:
A Malaysian citizen, aged 35 years and below.

Application must be submitted via email to: recruit@bnm.gov.my

6. Manager, Strategic Programme Management / Strategic Management Department

Role Purpose
Determine how to execute strategic projects as well as to manage, resource and monitor these bank-wide strategic projects requirements.

Principal Accountabilities
•Identify and conduct research on best practices in order to implement strategic programs developed by SMO to achieve the desired outcomes.
•Identify and determine selection of team members to be engaged in the implementation of strategic programmes developed by SMO, based on capabilities and capacities requirements, determine project timelines as well as identify interdependencies and specific measures against which the programme will be measured.
•Manage, monitor and inject the project and change management discipline to inculcate holistic approach in managing change and ensure achievements against desired outcomes
•Prepare project reporting and update Deputy Director on a regular basis to highlight potential project risk and recommend solutions

Critical Success Factors
•Good collaborative behaviour.
•Excellent interpersonal skill.
•Ability to perform multiple tasks in an efficient and timely manner.
•Leverage on IT.

Key Challenges
•Able to cope with voluminous administrative work.
•Able to meet tight deadlines.

Requirements
Academic qualification:
•A recognized Master's / Bachelor's Degree (at least a 2nd Class Upper (or equivalent)) or a professional qualification in Accounting / Banking / Finance or Economics.
•Credits in Bahasa Malaysia and English at SPM/SPMV level.
•Minimum 5 years working experience in a related field.
•A Malaysian citizen, aged 40 years and below.

Application must be submitted via email to: recruit@bnm.gov.my

7. Manager, Strategic Management Office / Strategic Management Department


ROLE PURPOSE:
Contribute towards the formulation and communication of the bank-wide cross functional strategic blueprints in alignment to the Banks strategic results by driving data gathering initiatives, and actively promote buy-in from stakeholders

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
•Facilitate and drive the data gathering forum to contribute towards the bank-wide strategic blueprint
•Identify relevant corporate performance measures at sectorial level which are in alignment to the overall bank-wide strategic results
•Advise and implement relevant strategic management processes to facilitate strategic conversations amongst the managerial team (Director and below).
•Socialise and cascade the bank-wide strategy, process and tools to promote buy-in and create greater understanding amongst the various change agents
•Collaborate with the OD counterparts to develop and socialise on the OD framework as well as to drive the implementation of the integrated OD initiatives

Academic qualification:
•A recognized Master's / Bachelor's Degree (at least a 2nd Class Upper (or equivalent)) or a professional qualification in Accounting / Banking / Finance or Economics.
•Credits in Bahasa Malaysia and English at SPM/SPMV level.
•Minimum 5 years working experience in a related field.
•A Malaysian citizen, aged 40 years and below.

Application must be submitted via email to: recruit@bnm.gov.my

8. Marketing & Creative Supervisor, Visitor Experience Management / Bank Negara Malaysia Museum & Art Gallery

ROLE PURPOSE:
Responsible for development and formulation of marketing and communications collateral. Act as the custodian in terms of the visual brand articulation for the museum.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
•To assist the Marketing Manager in developing marketing and communications collateral.
•Coordinating all scheduled programmes systematically.
•Organizing the creative resources for the museum.
•To supervise events & promotions to help raise the profile of the museum.
•To assist the Marketing Manager in achieving targets and key result areas for marketing and website management
•To assist the Marketing Manager in running the marketing activities.

KEY CHALLENGES:
•Good understanding of issues relating to the developments in the marketing creative and brand management..
•Able to identify the potential problems and issues arising from the museum's visitors or customers and internal museum's staff that may affect the Visitor Experience Management Section.
•Able to identify risk mitigation and crisis resolution measures to minimise potential impact on visual brand articulation.

Academic qualification:
•A recognized Master's / Bachelor's Degree (at least a 2nd Class Upper / CGPA 3.00) or a professional qualification that are related to marketing, and art or creative discipline.
•Credits in Bahasa Malaysia and English at SPM/SPMV level.

Experience:
•Preferably 5 years of working experience in a creative role

Other Requirement:
•A Malaysian citizen, aged 35 years and below.

Application must be submitted via email to: ayuni@bnm.gov.my

9. Community Relations Supervisor, Visitor Experience Management / Bank Negara Malaysia Museum & Art Gallery

ROLE PURPOSE:
Responsible for the Public and Community Relations and Managing special events for the Museum. Providing customer relations for all visitors and the media.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
•Handling the Public and community relations including media.
•To liaise with the Marketing/Creative and Visitor Experience Supervisors in handling main responsibilities.
•To ensure the good relations and remarkable communication with visitors and the media by maintaining a positive image for the museum.
•Develop and carry out communication strategies programs which would help the museum maintain a leading position.
•Work closely with the media and produce presentations and press releases, organising promotional events such as press conferences, analysing media coverage as well as reputation management for the museum.
•Able to work as part of a team and use first class interpersonal and communication skills to build strong relationships across departments and the public.

KEY CHALLENGES:
•Good understanding of issues relating to the developments in the community relations area.
•Able to identify the potential problems and issues arising from the museum's visitors or internal museum's staff that may affect the reputation of the museum.
•Able to identify risk mitigation and crisis resolution measures to minimise potential impact on the museum
Academic qualification:
•A recognized Master's / Bachelor's Degree (at least a 2nd Class Upper / CGPA 3.00) or a professional qualification in Mass Communications, Business, Humanities or other relevant disciplines.
•Credits in Bahasa Malaysia and English at SPM/SPMV level.

Experience:
•Preferably 5 years of working experience in Public Relations and highly desirable to have work experience in an educational campaigns or environment.

Other Requirement:
•Exceptional writing and communication skills and abilities.
•Good organisational skills, enthusiasm, flexibility and initiative.
•Proficiency in other language such as Mandarin is a must and ability to speak any foreign language is an advantageous
•A Malaysian citizen, aged 35 years and below.

Application must be submitted via email to: ayuni@bnm.gov.my


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