Support Assistant - International Business Unit (Fixed Term)

The Bank is seeking to recruit Support Assistants who are interested to gain some experience in banking, on a full-time basis for a fixed period of 3 to 4 months. 

If you are interested in joining the Bank’s team and satisfy the requirements outlined hereunder, then we are interested in you. 


Who we are

We are a leading financial institution, a key player in the Maltese market and part of a highly diversified multi-national group of companies. Employing a team of 220 employees, the Bank offers a full range of lending and savings solutions to both personal and business customers. We strive to offer a highly personalised service through our network of twelve retail branches spread across the Maltese Islands.

We are a team of inspired people who believe that opportunities start with a conversation. 

Duties and responsibilities

During this period, the selected officials will be responsible to carry out diversified support activities of an administrative nature and other tasks may be required from time to time. 

Competencies and experience

The potential candidate should be reliable and trustworthy, well-organised with a disposition to learn and a team-oriented approach.

You must:

  • possess have an 'O' level standard of education;
  • adopt a target driven approach; 
  • be resilient with a 'can do' attitude and be willing to learn;
  • have good analytical skills and be meticulous in your work;
  • be able to prioritise, multi-task and work under pressure;
  • possess good written and verbal communication skills in both English and Maltese; and
  • possess good Microsoft Office application skills mainly in the use of Excel and Word.

How to apply

If you want to be part of our team, we invite you to send us a detailed CV highlighting your achievements. Applications should reach the Bank only by email on

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