Peak Time Teller - St. Bethlehem - Clarksville, TN (Peak / 12 hrs)

Company Name:
U.S. Bank
Title: Peak Time Teller - St. Bethlehem - Clarksville, TN (Peak / 12 hrs)
Location: Tennessee-TN-Clarksville
Job Number: 140047344
Responsible for demonstrating excellent customer service in accordance with the U.S. Bank Service Advantage Core Values. Works a specified number of hours (less than 20 hours per week) during peak business times in a branch, in-store or on-site location. Responsible for handling routine financial transactions (deposits, withdrawals, advances, payment, etc.), Performs merchant transactions such as accepting and verifying large merchant deposits of cash and/or coin, prepares cash shipment to fill customer requests, etc. while ensuring a positive interaction with customers/non-customers. Cross sells U.S. Bancorp products as appropriate. Follows established policies and procedures while processing transactions in an effort to minimize losses.
Must be available to work the following schedule: ________________________________.
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Qualifications:
Basic Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent - Minimum one year of experience in customer service. - Physical requirements: May be required to stand for extended periods of time and may be required to lift bags/boxes of coin weighing up to 50 pounds
Preferred Skills/Experience - Basic clerical and processing skills - Effective interpersonal/customer service skills - Strong reading, writing and mathematical skills - Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with customers and coworkers - Strong written and verbal communication skills - Willingness to gain knowledge of U.S. Bancorp products - Bilingual language skills a plus
- Previous cash handling experience
Job: Branch Banking

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