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Full Time Teller

Posted: 03/24/2024

General Functions:

The teller will provide excellent member service by performing accurate transactions, listening, educating, and identifying members' needs. The teller will share all products/services meeting those needs to best serve the member and help the credit union prosper. 

The teller position will require attention to detail, strong interpersonal skills, teamwork and a basic understanding of navigating multiple computer programs and the internet. Teller must always maintain confidentiality and professionalism in all aspects of service.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1) Reflects the credit union's core values in their daily activities and at any time they represent the credit union.

2) Greet and welcome members to the credit union in a courteous, professional and timely manner, providing prompt, accurate, and efficient member transactions.

3) Receive share drafts/checks and cash for deposit to accounts, verify amounts, examine share drafts/checks for proper endorsement, and enter deposits into computer records.

4) Cash share drafts/checks and process withdrawals; pay out money after verification of signatures and member balances.

5) Assist with mail or email transactions, when available.

6) Maintain an up-to-date and comprehensive knowledge on all credit union products and services that are handled or promoted by tellers. Maintain an up-to-date and comprehensive knowledge on all related polices and procedures, rules and regulations for the teller area, including robbery procedures.

7) Promote, explain, and cross-serve other credit union services such as consumer and mortgage loans, IRAs, certificates, safe deposit boxes, debit and credit cards, on-line banking, traveler’s checks, and money orders.

8) Receive mortgage, consumer loan, and other payments, and ensure the payments match balances due.

9) Enter payments into computer. Generate member receipts.

10) Place hold on accounts for uncollected funds.

11) Count, check, and package coins and currency.

12) Balance cash drawer at the end of the shift and compare totaled amounts to computer-generated proof sheet. Research and resolve discrepancies. Report any discrepancies to the supervisor as necessary.

13) Ensure that the teller station is properly stocked with forms, supplies, brochures, etc.

14) Report malfunctions of teller terminals and other equipment used at the teller station.

15) Check night depository and record proper information according to credit union procedures.

16) Able to assist and backup duties and responsibilities of more senior positions as needed.

17) Maintains work area in an orderly manner.

18) This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Performs other duties and works other hours as assigned. 

19) Must be able to meet physical requirements: prolonged periods of sitting at a desk working on a computer or standing and completing training activities; must be able to lift 30 pounds at times. 

20) Full-Time Teller is expected to work 40 hours per week. Part-Time Teller with benefits is expected to work approximately 30-39 hours per week. Part-Time Teller without benefits is expected to work 25-29 hours per week. 

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