Education sector lender Indian School Finance Corporation (ISFC) is all set to report its formidable recruiting campaign with over 100 hires at all levels. The company also launched the “Ghar Wapsi” campaign to bring back former ISFC employees. The campaign was first reported on October 20 and since then many former employees have joined the company in various roles such as CFO, cluster business leader, relationship manager etc.
The recruitment campaign is part of ISFC’s goal of deepening the partnership relationship by transforming the conventional business into a relational business while disbursing over $ 100 million by 2022. The lender targets schools and colleges, vocational training centers, coaching institutes and SMEs in the education sector.
The ISFC is focused on strengthening its national team by integrating 40 passionate professionals up to the level of assistant manager as well as 20 management trainees with an entrepreneurial commitment, from different B schools through on-campus placement campaigns . These recruitments will be carried out in the Sales, Credit, Finance, Operations, Collection, HR and Tele-call departments. In leadership roles, 2 department heads will join to lead the legal department and digital product development. The ISFC will further strengthen its mid-management with 20 Managers and Senior Managers in recovery, risks, sales and customer services.
Speaking on development, Sandeep Wirkhare, MD and CEO, ISFC said, “The ongoing pandemic has completely transformed the education sector. Educational entities today have to face a pivotal or withering situation in which failure to make fundamental infrastructural changes can have a considerable impact on them. At ISFC, we are committed to the education segment and its end-to-end financial needs. We are reviewing the recruiting campaign to make the segment more robust by supporting its digital dynamic and capital needs for other purposes. We are delighted to welcome new members to the ISFC family and look forward to creating the desired synergies with them.