Your Career in the Central
Bank of Malta
The Central Bank of Malta's
Investment in Human Resources
Who are we looking for?
Working at the Central Bank
Career in the Central Bank of Malta
The human resource
is treated as the most important asset of the Bank. Rewarding
and investing in an
organisation’s employees improves the working lives of
its staff members. The Bank is proactive by planning for tomorrow’s
workplace. Hence, a flexible and adaptive workforce is constantly
Depending on the Bank’s requirements, it is the Bank’s
policy to recruit personnel at non-clerical, clerical and executive
levels on a full-time or part-time basis. The Bank grants equal
employment opportunities irrespective of sex, colour or creed.
Any recruitment carried out by the Bank is subject to national
Recruitment made by the Bank
may include a written assessment and an interview. New employees
provided with a well-planned
orientation programme to assist them in understanding the Bank’s
role, functions, structure and working environment/relationships
within the ESCB and the Eurosystem.
The Central Bank
of Malta's Investment in Human Resources
the Bank’s policy to train and
develop its staff to ensure professional performance and to
maintain the high level of expertise required to enable the
of the Bank’s functions and contribution towards
the attainment of the Bank’s Mission and Objectives.
Opportunities for development at the Bank include:
• Development Scheme – to
pursue full-time post-graduate courses in universities overseas.
• Study Scheme – to pursue self-development
opportunities at local and overseas learning institutions through
• Training and Development – All
employees at the Bank are given training not only upon their
engagement but also periodically during their career. Such
development includes both local and overseas exposure as well
as professional training in various related subjects.
• Overseas Commitments – Employees at the Bank have
the opportunity to represent the Bank in Committees and Working
Groups of the ESCB and the Eurosystem.
Who are we looking for?
The Central Bank of
Malta recruits periodically at both the clerical and managerial
level. The Bank recruits from specific degree disciplines
to fill vacancies as:
• IT Technicians/Professionals
• Internal Auditors
• Economics Officers
Selection is usually made by a written assessment and an interview.
Working at the Central Bank of
at the Central Bank of Malta is challenging and rewarding. Benefits
may be divided into two:
• competitive salaries
based on performance-related pay
• benefits pertaining to employees within the banking sector,
eg: subsidised house loans
• financial assistance to pursue self-development opportunities
• excellent work environment,
including state-of-the-art technology
• investment in human resources
• opportunity to represent the Bank in overseas meetings at the
ESCB, the Eurosystem and other institutions
• opportunity to graduate within the profession
• opportunity to meet people from all walks of life
• opportunity to learn new skills and have responsible and challenging