New Delhi, December 16, 2020: Education sector lender Indian School Finance Company (ISFC) is all ready to flag of its stellar recruitment drive with over 100 across-the-board hires. The company has also initiated “Ghar Wapsi” campaign to bring back ex-ISFC employees. The campaign was flagged in Oct’20 and since then many ex-employees have rejoined the firm in various roles such as Finance manager, Cluster Business Head, Relationship Managers etc.
The recruitment drive is a part of ISFC’s objective to deepen the partner relationship by transforming the conventional business to relationship business while disbursing more than $100 million by 2022. The lender caters to schools and colleges, vocational training centers, coaching institutes, and SMEs in the education sector.
ISFC is focused at strengthening its national team by onboarding passionate 40 professionals up to the Assistant Manager level along with 20 Management Trainees having an entrepreneurial commitment, from different B-schools through campus placement drives. These recruitments will be made across Sales, Credit, Finance, Operations, Collection, HR, and Tele-Calling departments. In senior leadership roles, 2 Department Heads will join to spearhead Legal Department and Digital Product development. ISFC shall further strengthened its mid-management with 20 Managers and Senior Managers in Collection, Risk, Sales, and Customer Services.
Speaking on the development, Sandeep Wirkhare, MD and CEO, ISFC said, “The ongoing pandemic has completely transformed the education sector. Educational entities today have to confront a pivot or perish situation wherein not making core infrastructural changes can have a far-reaching impact on them. At ISFC, we have committed ourselves to the education segment and its end-to-end financial needs. We look at the recruitment drive to make the segment more robust by supporting its digital drive and capital requirement for other purposes. We are excited to welcome new joiners to the ISFC family and look forward to creating the desired synergies with them.”