Bank Teller

Trillium Staffing is now hiring a Full-Time Bank Teller in the Niles, Mi area! Trillium Staffing, a leader in the staffing industry is currently seeking a Full-Time Bank Teller in the Niles, MI area. Candidates will provide clients with friendly service and meet financial needs by completing transactions and uncovering other opportunities to promote additional services.
o Processes banking center transactions, cash machine and vault balancing activities, following policies and procedures
o Greets clients and promotes bank products and services
o Answers inquiries and refers clients to appropriate client services specialist
o Utilizes problem resolution process for appropriate levels of service
o Participates in retail sales programs to help meet personal and banking center goals
o Participates in community projects and appropriate educational programs related to the position
o Responsible for the completion of all compliance training related to the position.
o Understand all applicable laws and regulations that apply to the position and complies with the requirements.
o Ability to work all banking center hours which can include Saturday, Sundays and evenings. o One (1) - two (2) years of customer service experience preferred
o High School Diploma/GED required
o Customer service and sales oriented
o Good PC skills
o Cash-handling experience
o Ability to cross-sell bank products and services.
o Ability to protect the confidentiality/privacy of others as appropriate, as well as of company documents and records
o Ability to pass pre-employment screenings Trillium Staffing has been recruiting and placing professionals for over 25 years. From Fortune 100 companies to small businesses, our philosophy remains the same: to achieve excellence by providing quality employees and an uncompromising level of service. We believe in honesty, integrity, and a simple philosophy of providing value to our customers and our employees. We strive to be unsurpassed in the recruitment and placement of quality and skilled professionals.

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