State Bank of Pakistan SBP Job, Chief Legal Advisor OG-8 Required
STATE BANK OF PAKISTAN
State Bank of Pakistan, the Central Bank of country, regulates the monetary and credit system of Pakistan and fosters its growth in the best national interest with a view to securing monetary stability and optimum utilization of the country’s productive resources.
We are an equal opportunity employer.
Chief Legal Advisor (OG-8)
Key responsibilities of the incumbent will include, but not limited to, the following:
• Lead and manage the functions of legal services to ensure smooth and timely delivery of services to various stakeholders.
• Provide dynamic and progressive legal support to deal with all issues of SBP and its subsidiaries, matters of banking industry as well as issues of national importance.
• Safeguard the interest of SBP & its subsidiaries and other stakeholders from legal issues and against all kinds of legal implications.
At least LLB from HEC recognized university. Preference will be given to candidates having higher legal qualification.
Maximum 50 years as of last date of submission of application.
Must have minimum 20 years of relevant professional experience with at least 12 years in senior management position of well reputed firm / credible experience of Superior Courts.
Competitive compensation and benefits package, within approved salary scale of OG-8, commensurate with qualification and experience of candidate, as per Bank’s rules.
Interested Pakistani/AJK nationals meeting the above mentioned eligibility criteria may send their detailed CVs along with covering letter, experience certificates, copies of educational documents, CNIC and a recent photograph addressed to the Senior Joint Director, Human Resources Department, State Bank of Pakistan, 10th Floor, SBP Main Building, I.I. Chundrigar Road, Karachi latest by March 15, 2016. Please clearly mark the envelope with the position applied for. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Misinformation and any attempt to influence the selection process will be considered a definite disqualification for current as well as for all future recruitments in the Bank, even if the candidate is otherwise qualified.