KCB Bank is among the best banks to work for in Kenya. Graduate trainee are recruited from universities or from a pool of fresh graduates. They are trained for more than 1 year before redeployed within the institution. The starting monthly salary for the trainees is Ksh 40,000 to Ksh 60,000.Once confirmed as permanent employees, they are paid a starting salary of Ksh 65,000 to Ksh 80,000.
The graduate trainees can also work as sales representatives. Their pay range between Ksh 20,000 and Ksh 30,000.They are also paid commissions on top of the retainer salary.
They can also work as interns.KCB pays interns Ksh 20,000 to Ksh 35,000 per month.
It depends on how you are recruited. But the best recruitment is for graduate clerk/graduate trainees. You are sure that after training, the bank will retain you as their permanent employee.
Nowadays KCB does not recruit as often as they used to because of technology. There was a time banking hall had up to 20 counters but since most people withdraw from the bank through MPESA,the demand for clerks is low. You’ll go to a big bank and only find 2 counters operating.