Bank PO officer job roles, responsibilities, descriptions, duties and salary

Bank PO officer job roles, responsibilities, descriptions, duties and salary

Date of posting: 20 Sep 21

What Does a Bank PO Do?

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Job designation: - Bank PO

The Bank PO job role is one of the managerial positions for an entry level manager in the banking sector where they are trained for one year and get posted in various branches of that bank across the country.

Duties and responsibilities of a Bank PO

The responsibility of a PO is to learn the working dynamics of a particular bank where he is working. Since it is an entry level job at a probationary of 1 year there are a few responsibilities that he/she must fulfil

  • Helping customers of the bank

  • Doing jobs both clerical and managerial

  • Learning how things are done in the banking sector

  • Interacting with the senior management to learn more of the banking scenario

Places of employment for a Bank PO

Work schedule of a Bank PO

The general working hours is 10AM to 5 PM but usually they have to work overtime at the end of the financial year on 31st March.


Qualifications required to become a Bank PO


For most of the public sector banks, it usually requires a graduation degree but other private banks may ask for a master degree and a few years of work experience. The candidate must clear the exams like IBPS PO, SBI PO, IBPSRRB PO and other Bank PO exams for private exams.


Key/Technical skills

  • Good mathematical skills for money management

  • Ability to handle stress during work

  • Communication skill to deal with customers

  • Organizing ability to handle situations

Salary expectations

  • Average salary: - Rs. 4.8 lakhs per annum

  • Entry level salary: - Rs. 2.4 lakhs per annum

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