One of a bank teller's responsibilities is to work with cutomers, so I can imagine customer service skills are very important.
Here are the available positions. Then fill out the jop application information.
1. Check Processor 2. Bank Processor 3. Mortgage Loan Originator 4. Trust Officer or Administrator 5. Branch Manager 6. Investment Banker 7. Stockbroker 8. Human Resources Manager 9. Relationship Manager 10. Bank Teller
Yes, of course! He'll be right with you.
Hello, I'm here for the 12:00 p.m. interview with Mr. Tanner.
I do have experience with counterfit cash, I am aware of a few of the discrepancies to look for on printed money, such as the holograph and the thin vertical strip.
Yes sir. I aslo recieved some on-the-job training
I see that you are applying for the Bank Teller position. Now just to make sure, you did earn your High School Diploma, correct?
Now why do you think customer service is an important skill for bank tellers to have?
A customer will come to me looking for help with a transaction. I have to be able to give information about banking options in a friendly and patient way even if the cutomer is in a bad mood.
I never had an issue with money-handling. I am good at math, so I give back acccurte change. Some customers enjoy talking during the process, but I never find myself distracted from the task.
For some people, the idea of working with people can be daunting. I never understood this. As a cashier at a gas station, I had to handle some money, but of course there will be more money coming through a bank.
Are you comfortable with working with large sums of money?
I am not as familiar with spotting fraudulent checks, but I am a very quick learner.
Do you know how to detect fraudlent checks and counterfeit cash?