PT Bank Commonwealth ("Commonwealth Bank") is a subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ("CBA"). CBA initially made its presence in Indonesia by opening a representative office in 1990. In 1997, a joint venture bank, namely PT BII Commonwealth, was established to provide corporate banking services to the Indonesian business entities and other businesses. In 2000, PT BII Commonwealth changed its name to PT Bank Commonwealth, where CBA Group becomes the majority shareholder. At the end of 2007, PTBC acquired ownership of Bank ANK (83%), as part of a strategy to strengthen its market position in East Java.
PTBC now has 84 branches in 26 major cities in Indonesia, and will continue to grow in line with its business strategy and focus on developing a comprehensive retail banking services, including loan products, deposits, mutual funds insurance and investments. Specifically, PTBC aimed to serve three business groups, consisting of emerging affluent segment (middle), SME and High Net Worth individuals. PTBC operates more than 176 ATMs and will continue to grow in the future. PTBC is also incorporated in the largest ATM network in Indonesia, namely ATM Bersama and BCA/PRIMA to provide easier access with more than 34 000 ATMs across Indonesia.
Bank Commonwealth requires a proactive person and loves working with people or support others to succeed. They are proud of the work and the results of their work, and have the integrity, accuracy and self-actualization to invite banking professionals to fill positions:
- Support daily activities to the team in department and branches in Commonwealth Bank
- Minimum D3 majoring in Banking, Economic or Finance from reputable university with GPA > 3.00
- Fresh Graduates are welcome to apply.
- Proactive, full of initiative, highly integrity, risk focus and attention to details
- Effective and good communication skills, self-starter and team spirited
- Outstanding PC skills on Microsoft Office (especially Excel and Word)
- Proficiency in written and spoken English
- Placement : Jakarta Raya, Bandung (Jawa Barat), Balikpapan (Kalimantan Timur), Palembang (Sumatera Selatan), Medan (Sumatera Utara)