Hua Nan recruiting information technology talent

2020 0902 Hua nan 01Hua Nan Commercial Bank said that it is to recruit information technology personnel to meet development needs, as technology is reshaping the banking industry and it is stepping up digital transformation to stay competitive.

The century-old bank said it is in need of specialists in Java programming, software development, project management and systems integration training.

Nearly 70% of corporations have assigned more importance to information technology talent in the post-COVID-19 period,

with the percentage reaching a high 86 percent among financial institutions, Hua Nan said, citing a survey of chief information officers by technology Web site iThome.

Hua Nan welcomes jobseekers displaced or affected by the COVID-19 outbreak to join the company by following recruitment tips on its Web site and that of online recruitment agencies.

The lender’s information management business has three subdivisions that take charge of information security, information services, and information planning and development, it said.

New colleagues have the opportunity to sharpen their professional skills and knowhow on front-desk operations, backoffice efficiency enhancement, and cross-sectional coordination and integration, in line with their interests and strengths, it said.

To attract information technology talent, the lender said it has ditched its conventional seniority-focused promotion mechanism and replaced it with a system that values performance records and certificate accumulation.

Hua Nan said it has raised wages by at least 3% a year, with employees’ annual compensation averaging about 18.8 months of their monthly pay.

Taipei Times

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Special Feature

Bankers' Corner: new sharing feature in ABA website

The ABA introduces the “Bankers’ Corner”, a new feature of the ABA website designed to provide a platform for members to post information or materials that you may wish to share with other members of the Association or anyone who may be interested in them. We encourage members to take advantage of this platform and send your materials to the ABA Secretariat through