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Overview
In a service-based industry like banking, few things are more important than fast, attentive and friendly client service. In addition to transaction processing, we count on our Financial Service Specialists to proactively educate our clients on financial products and services.
Responsibilities
As a Century Bank Teller, your job responsibilities include:
Listen to our customers to learn about their needs
Provide an outstanding client banking experience
Educate clients on financial products and services
Work as a key member of the branch banking team
Perform settlements and transaction processing
Always be professional and adhere to laws, regulations, procedures and bank policies
Administer automated teller machines (ATM)
Tasks change regularly as determined by the team leader
Training provided
Monitors and/or ensures compliance with Federal and State laws and regulations; including but not limited to the Bank Secrecy Act and Anti Money Laundering, in addition to, Bank operation policies and procedures.
Qualifications
Detail oriented professional people with positive attitudes thrive as Century Bank Financial Service Specialists. All you need is at least a high school diploma/GED and prior customer service and/or sales experience. Travel to other branches on a temporary or permanent basis may be required to expand your experience and maintain client service levels. Many of our key managers started in this role.
Century Bank is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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