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Employees Provident Fund (EPF)

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is the premier provider of retirement savings for all private and non-pensionable employees in the country.

Address
Employees Provident Fund Human Capital Department, 21st Floor, EPF Building, Jalan Raja Laut, 50350 Kuala Lumpur

Number of employees
Number of Employee

Locations
Malaysia

Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2015
30

Jobs in these areas
Graduates or final year university students preferably in any of the following disciplines: Accounting/Mathematics/Economics/ Finance/Engineering/Business/Actuarial Science/Statistics/Legal/IT and other related disciplines

Core skills required

  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Attention to detail
  • Commercial awareness
  • Communication skills
  • Creativity
  • Initiative
  • Leadership potential
  • Motivation
  • Organisational skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Teamwork skills

Minimum degree grade
CGPA 3.00 and above, 2nd Class (Upper) Honours

Accepted degree disciplines
Accounting/Mathematics/Economics/ Finance/Engineering/Business/Actuarial Science/Statistics/Legal/IT and other related disciplines

Internship Programme
Yes

Requirements for interns
Final year diploma/degree students with CGPA 3.00 and above in any related field and a minimum of four to 24 weeks internship period

Application deadline for internships
60 days before the commencement of the internship

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Who We Are

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is the premier provider of retirement savings for all private and non-pensionable employees in the country. It manages a mandatory savings scheme through which both employees and employers contribute a fixed percentage of the employees’ monthly salary into the employees’ (members’) accounts, which keeps growing until the employee retires. Other than provide for the retirement needs of Malaysians, the EPF also allows members to withdraw from their savings to fund their educational and health needs as well as to help secure a home as these would enhance the value of their post-retirement life.

Established in 1951, the EPF is also one of the oldest and largest retirement funds in the world, with total investment assets of RM636 billion as at end 2014. A major factor in its success is to keep relevant with the times, especially on the financial landscape, without losing sight of its ultimate commitment to not just preserve, but grow its members’ assets. Guided by stringent investment policies, the EPF channels most of its assets into safe yet relatively good-yielding investment instruments, such as government bonds and securities, balancing these with equities, money market instruments and property.

The EPF seeks to ensure that Malaysians are aware of their retirement needs and carries out educational campaigns via the print and electronic media to highlight the importance of prudent financial planning to ensure financial security in one’s golden years.

The EPF benchmarks its performance against international best practices and is driven by a vision to ‘be a world-class social security organisation providing the best retirement savings for Malaysians’. Towards this end, it is constantly innovating to meet both its members’ current as well as future needs via a vast network of over 60 branches nationwide offering award-winning counter service, a dedicated myEPF website and i-Akaun online facility (accessible via desktop and mobile App) to reach its members anytime, anywhere.