Bhartiya Mahila Bank, the first nationalised bank for women, intends to recruit 115 officers initially.
The proposed bank, to be headquartered at Delhi, is likely to be operational by November this year.
The bank has invited applications through online mode from female candidates for 115 posts. Candidates may apply online till September 30. Female applicants must be graduate in any faculty from any reputed and recognised university with good knowledge of basics of computer, says an advertisement by the bank.
The Reserve Bank of India gave its in-principal approval for the Bharatiya Mahila Bank in June and the banking company is being set up.
The government has already approved Rs 1,000 crore seed capital for the women-focused public sector bank, announced by Finance Minister P Chidambaram in his budget speech.
One of the key objective of the bank is focus on the banking needs of women and promote economic empowerment.
Bharatiya Mahila Bank proposes to complete the first six branches - at Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Indore and Guwahati - by October 15.
The government is also on look out for locations to set up the branches, including at Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore, Jaipur, Lucknow, Mysore and Indore.
With inputs from PTI