PT.Bank BRI (Persero). Born on 16 December 1895 as a small association with responsibility of managing fund of a local mosque, which would than be channeled to the local community through a very simple scheme, a small financial institution called De Poerwokertosche Hulp en Spaarbank der
Inlandsche Hoffden started its long History from Purwokerto, Central Java, and became
the pedigree of Bank Rakyat Indonesia . As time passed, the small setup found by Raden Aria Wiriatmadja continued to flourish and meet the need of the community. In the course of its existence, its name was changed several times, beginning with the Hulp-en Spaarbank der Inlandsche Bestuurs Ambtenareen followed by De Poerwokertosche Hulp Spaar-en Landbouw Credietbank (Volksbank), Centrale Kas Voor Volkscredietwesen Algemene in 1912 and Algemene Volkscredietbank (AVB) in 1934. During the Japanese occupation, AVB was changed into Syomin Ginko. After the Japanese defeat in the Second world War and Indonesia’s independence, the Indonesian Government once again changed the name to Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) on February 22, 1946. Based on Government Regulation No. 1 of 1946, BRI became the first bank to be owned by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia. As a state-owned bank, Bank BRI played a key role in realizing the government’s vision in the development of people’s economy. In 1960, the government change BRI’s name into Bank Koperasi dan Nelayan (BKTN). Based on Law No.21 of 1968, the government renamed the bank BRI and it became a public bank. Later, based on Banking Law No.7 of 1992, BRI had its name and legal status of its entity changed to PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero). With a focus on micro, small and medium businesses, BRI has inspired a lot of other organizations to empower the businesses in these sectors as they are the backbone of the Indonesian economy. On November 10, 2003, Bank BRI became a publicly listed company and the government divested 30% of its shares to the public. Since the Go Public, the price of BRI’s shares have always increased and are now included in the Blue Chips shares belonging to the LQ45 group. With the public controlling 43% of its shares, BRI’s shares are actively traded in the capital market. Today, BRI stands out as a strong bank in the midst of the Indonesian economy from the villages to the cities.
Lowongan Kerja Bank BRI FUNDING OFFICER / FO (CODE A)
Requirements: Education min Bachelor (S1) from the accredited PTN / PTS for all disciplines / majors with GPA min 2.75 (scale 4) for those without experience and min 2.60 (scale 4) for a min of 1.5 years of work experience as
Funding Officer (FO)
Age max 25 years old (not birthday to 26 at the time of initial selection) for those
without experience and a maximum of 30 years old (not birthday to a 31 at the time of initial selection) for a min of 1.5 years of work experience as a
Funding Officer (FO) Domiciled in Surakarta Have a good correspondence and communications skills Willing to work with the target and preferably with experience
as Funding Officer Interested candidates
Please send complete applications (cover letter is equipped with a CV, 2 sheets of 4x6 recent color photograph, copy of ID Card, SKCK, copy of diploma and transcript (legalized), health certificate, letter of reference work experience (especially for those who have experienced) to following address. Write position code on top left your
Closing date November 4, 2011
(postmarked). Only short listed candidates
will be notified.
BANK BRI Kantor Cabang Slamet Riyadi Solo
Jl. Slamet Riyadi No 236 Surakarta