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  • Philippine Savings Bank
    Keyskills: Application Security, Information Security, Web Application Security, Web Security, App Security
    Summary: conducts periodic review of access matrix, security parameter as well as alignment of roles and user clean-up of all of the bank’s business applications.
    Metro Manila / NCR
    1-2 years
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    Posted : February 2019
  • Philippine Savings Bank
    Keyskills: Cyber Security, IT Infrastructure, Information Security, IS OpeIT security, Infosec, Network security, Application security, IT audit
    Summary: Collect actionable threat intelligence such as “indications of compromise” (IOC) or information about specific security threats in order to defend or prepare the organization against any potential..
    Metro Manila / NCR
    0-2 years
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    Posted : February 2019
  • Philippine Savings Bank
    Keyskills: Banking, Business Analytics, Statistical Modeling, Modeling, Business Intelligence, Data Analytics
    Summary: Support the business by identifying opportunities using data mining, statistical tools and other specialized applications.
    Metro Manila / NCR
    2-5 years
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    Posted : February 2019
  • Philippine Savings Bank
    Keyskills: .Net Developer, .Net.Net. Net, ASP.Net, C#, ASP .Net, Oracle
    Summary: PSBank is looking for .NET Developers to join our team of innovative IT Professionals.
    Metro Manila / NCR
    2-5 years
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    Posted : February 2019
  • Philippine Savings Bank
    Keyskills: Branch Operations, Branch Service Officer
    Summary: We are Looking for a Branch Service and Control Officer for our Bacolod to manage branch operations and assist the branch head in meeting targets.
    Western Visayas
    3-7 years
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    Posted : February 2019
  • Philippine Savings Bank
    Keyskills: "Channel Management", Channel Development, Distributor Management, Dealer Management, Distributor Handling, Distribution Management, Channel Sales, Prepaid Sales, Channel Partner, , "Product Management", Brand Management, Product Development, Product Marketing, Pr
    Summary: The UX Assistant is responsible for providing support to the team when is comes to the implementation of enhancements, products, or services that will give the Bank a competitive advantage or incr..
    Metro Manila / NCR
    0-2 years
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    Posted : February 2019
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About Philippine Savings Bank

History Security Bank Corporation has a proud history of financial management expertise, with a proven track record of stability and consistent profitability achieved through an efficient, perceptive and forward-thinking management style. The Bank stands firm as one of the Philippines’ top ten private domestic universal banks in terms of assets, deposits, capital and return on equity. Our Beginnings Established on June 18, 1951, Security Bank, known then as the Security Bank and Trust Company, was the first private and Filipino-controlled Bank of the post-World War II period. Through the years, the bank experienced steady growth and success through our consistent and unflinching commitment to serve clients and stakeholders with milestones such as: The late 50s marked Security Bank's branch expansion in various parts of Manila. First among our banking peers, the bank had more branches in the metropolis than any other bank in the country. The 60s was marked by the opening of the bank's first provincial branch in Angeles, Pampanga as a part of the bank's goal of a broader, countrywide reach. Throughout the decade, branches were established in various parts of the Visayas and Mindanao. In the 70s, Security Bank laid the foundation for a culture of innovation in product development with the introduction of Diners Club, the first credit card franchise in the Philippines. The Bank also introduced to the market innovative trust products and services that served as forerunners of today’s pre-need and common-trust plans. In 1991, new majority owners led by Frederick Y. Dy assumed control of Security Bank and Trust Company, infusing a fresh direction for the Bank. In 1994, the bank was granted a Universal Bank license and not much later in 1995, Security Bank was publicly listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE: SECB) in 1995 for an impressive initial public offering of Php 1.5B. On June 18, 2001, SBC celebrated 50 years of banking in the Philippines, as it continued to live a tradition of banking excellence. Growing to become the Security Bank of today From its beginnings, Security Bank has grown to be one of the Philippines’ leading universal banks - providing financial services to a wide variety of client types. Our major businesses include retail, commercial, and corporate banking, and financial markets. Catering to our clients' needs, we also provide a wide range of services: financing and leasing, foreign exchange brokerage, stock brokerage, investment banking, and asset management, that is supported through our specialized subsidiaries. Subsidiaries and affiliates include SB Cards Corporation; SB Capital Investment Corporation and its subsidiary, SB Equities, Inc.; SB Forex, Inc.; Security Land Corporation; and, SBM Leasing, Inc., a joint venture with the Marubeni Corporation of Japan. Moving towards the future Continuous expansion. In February 2012, the bank acquired a thrift bank, Premiere Development Bank and renamed it Security Bank Savings to further expand the bank’s distribution reach nationwide and serve the needs of the consumer finance, small and mid-sized market segments. Truly world-class. Security Bank joined an elite circle of the world’s top financial institutions recognized for global banking excellence when it received two of the most prestigious global banking awards in 2012: Bank of the Year – Philippines by The Banker of the Financial Times of London; and the Strongest Bank in the Philippines by The Asian Banker of Singapore. Commitment to excellence. Security Bank has been acclaimed with awards and recognition from international and local organizations for product innovation, market leadership, and best-of-class management practices - a reflection of our commitment to continuously provide exceptional value to our clients. Commitment to serve. Security Bank is committed to supporting various educational and livelihood activities, disaster relief operations and other sustainable programs as part of its corporate social responsibility through Security Bank Foundation, Inc. (SBFI). SBFI’s initiatives promote deeper engagement among Security Bank employees and encourage active involvement in creating positive changes to society. WHY JOIN US? Vision and Mission Security Bank Corporation is one of the Philippines’ leading universal banks serving retail, commercial, corporate and institutional clients. Over the years, the bank has received various awards and accolades for being one of the most stable in the banking industry. Security Bank is committed to continually providing exceptional value to clients, guided by an exceptional vision and a mission to serve. An exceptional vision for Philippine banking To be a world-class bank that is the best of the best, a lifetime partner in fulfilling dreams across generations, beyond borders Our mission to serve you We are the leading provider of financial services and solutions. We focus on customers and markets, deliver innovative and responsive products of distinct quality and value, and nurture long-term customer relationships founded on mutual trust and confidence. We attract, develop, motivate and reward employees who are committed to productivity, quality and teamwork, as we encourage them to work with fellow employees across organizational boundaries to advance the interests of customers and shareholders. We conduct ourselves as good corporate citizens, and are recognized as an economic and social asset by the communities in which we operate. We pursue consistent growth in earnings and fair returns for our shareholders, as we commit to building the value of the company for the long term. All of this is reinforced in our renewed commitment to Better Banking.

 
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