Apply for the FBC Graduate Trainee Programme

Deadline: 24 September 2021

About the FBC Graduate Trainee Programme

FBC Holdings is seeking to recruit young graduates for a graduate training and development programme which is part of its talent management strategy. As the Group is largely undergoing a digital transformation process it is expected that prospective applicants must be highly computer literate and technologically savvy. Evidence of computer literacy and knowledge of use of IT software will be a prerequisite.

The training will specifically focus on Insurance, Reinsurance, Civil Engineering, Banking and other support areas of the business. The training programme will run for approximately 24 months and it is expected that the trainees should be ready to be deployed into substantive positions thereafter.

Prospective candidates must be 25 years of age or younger and have attained a minimum of an upper second class degree (2.1) pass in the following disciplines or any closely related fields to the ones indicated.

  • Banking, Business Studies, Finance, Economics, Human Resources Management, and e-Commerce (13 trainees)
  • Risk Management & Insurance (4 trainees)
  • Civil Engineering (2 trainees)

Applicants are expected to have the following attributes:

  • self drive and motivation
  • integrity
  • innovation and creativity
  • good communication and interpersonal skills
  • initiative and willingness to explore new horizons
  • team player capability and high level of confidence
  • highly computer literate
  • entrepreneurial flair and a keen instinct of achieving tangible results and effecting positive change

Interested applicants that meet the above specifications may submit their applications via email to no later than 24 September, 2021, clearly marked; “Graduate Trainee Programme 2022”


Also check the following> Delta Beverages Graduate Traineeship 2021/2022


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